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"yogi" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Even better at playing baseball or a plumber or electrician or an actor like you name it just so that people can be in their life and who they are without having to join some crazy fucking colds and cut off their hair and lose everything just for this person to lake. Do whatever the fuck they want with them. You know it's like. I don't wanna be a part of that. You know i just want to be like. Hey here's how you go into your heart. Have fun absolutely man. I i love him and i i have one question. They kinda came up because the end of your book. The last chapters about kind of like microdosing right microdosing your body and i s someone who smokes cannabis every day. I've always wondered. You know his cannabis helping harming as far as the spiritual mind body soul connection. And i know there's certain sex or groups of people in hindu islam or india that practice you know different spiritual beliefs with canopus. Is that something you've experienced through your interactions with yoga's cannabis utilized in any yoga practices or do you think it's something that should be. Abstained from yeah So earlier when you said. I'm like this renegade yogi. I really am in the sense. That i started smoking when i was twelve. Bill smoke weed. I had like a period of two years. Where i stopped because i i felt that it was kinda taking over my life and i just needed a break. And i've developed this new relationship where i can say no to it and so k and i can spend like a couple of weeks now i smoke. Maybe like once a week and it's totally per victory. And i've had amazing. Meditated experiences with cannabis lake. Just mind blowing in like. There's two stories that come to mind that have really facilitated understanding like outer body experiences and really potent lucid dreaming in and like self-induced past life. Regressions you know so. Like i think it has its place especially because we have cannabinoid system like nervous system in our brain. You know so. It's like it's so easily integrated into our system. And what i would recommend is having laid periodic cleansing periods where you're like say for example in shaggy in like the interstate yoga in the neom. 'as yes something called top us which is like burning of karma. That's what it's kinda translated as or like willpower so you can be like i'm going to have a top us. Where for a week. I'm not gonna smoke weed and what you might find. Is that in that period of having your body. Come back to like a homeo- stasis with your endo krista system in your hormones that when you smoke weed again you have this keeton sensitivity and suddenly. You're like it just amplifies your experience. Right 'cause i find with smoking weed on a daily basis suddenly lake. You'll be like on need to smoke more. And he's smoke more and he smoked more where that time away for it. Suddenly smoke like half as much in your super high. But it's difference and you're more sensitive to things. And i found that it's early on in my use of cannabis through my research with what it does to the body is that i did phillips. A an intention for spirituality with it and so it really helps facilitate having really profound meditation. That's that's exactly. I mean you you put it really well. I've always said it kind of wipe the slate clean allowed my spiritual intuition to start guiding me cause for the longest time i had this kind of reactive kind of philosophy because i had been raised with a roman catholic kind of only go to church on sunday kind of religion in my family and it just made me feel like all. This is all lies. And there's no truth in this so atheism must be the truth. And then when i smoked weed not only did it kinda. Wipe that out of you. Know even being possible within the realms of buzz ability nana chance anymore but at that point it was really shocking. You know i had this experience not only did the world. Tell me like all this planets bad for you. It's illegal all his stuff is proven wrong immediately but it put me in touch with i think my higher yourself but i'm curious to know if there's a sort of there's a practice within yoga that takes that into account or like. Is there a meditation that you've learned about that. You can use while smoking or any groups of yogis who use cannabis more than others. Because i know there's like documentary some footage of these guys. They're all ash. They have ash all over them. And they're like. Oh yeah they smoke all the time but you know they're not really asking any good questions and they're just treating them like a freak show you know yes so those are the gory ios got and they see their patsy land in through extreme right so like eating ash of dead people and carrying around a skull of their relative and like covering themselves with his ashes like eating their feces and tyke doing crazy things. But the thing is is like that extreme is like so perturbed. That's yeah like the documentaries. Just don't really do justice but to just go into your original question about yoga and cannabis that typically no typically. Yoga is cleansing. So you you don't want to really be smoking. Which is obviously contradictive to what i say because i smoke cannabis and you know. I'm a yogi. However i see the the use of cannabis through the lens of tatra which allows me to enjoy something that can be paired with the practice and that will allow me to open up at a time where i may not be able to open up just without it. 'cause i find that when i do smoke weed and i sit down to like stretching get into my body and go into the feeling of everything. I just found that there's this slide.
"yogi" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Was what looked like a kind of medieval small town. Where the that. The town centre was encircle and had a fountain in the middle and shops around the perimeter. And then a road that led up to the castle and i- intimately knew who i was and what i was doing there and it turned out that i was a guard for the king and the king had let us all go like me and our little like true because the church came in and took over the role of of defending the kingdom and i ended up having like this like deep resentment and might deep like anger. I could feel it. Viscerally in this past liven pod done would ask me frequently like okay. What's going on. what do you see. And i was a part in this light underground by sacked of gars where we were like planning a coup you basically exposed the church and to show the king that they you know the kingdoms being manipulated and taking over and what ended up happening is my best friend in this past life. Kind of ratted us out. And we were all assassinated and the crazy thing about the stream or not the stream but this past life was that i was killed in the past life and i fully experienced being stabbed in the chest and dying and leaving my body. And there's this moment where was inside my house. The guards from the church killed me. And i was leaving my body and the image of the past light was fading away into this white light and when i didn't realize that i stopped talking and i stopped like explaining things sue potman and as i turned to the late. There's this like blinding light. A house in front of and i shift my focus into i nearly seven beings of light standing in front of me and right at that moment pod bodman was like. Oh what's happening. The past life and suddenly the past life came back. And i can see the guards. Take the body away and i was like. Oh yeah i was killed and the guards are taking my body away. The past light faded away again. Now standing in front of these beings of the play and one of them pointed at me and said you are one of a standing here and again tried to like ask. Kay what's going on and i cut him off and i was like that's important right now. I'm standing in front of these seven beings of light and they're telling me that i am one of them and right then and there he cut me off like he snapped his fingers and brought me back and i was like i looked at him and i was like what are you doing. Why did you do that. Us calmly said in my twenty five years of doing this. I've never had this experience. And i have no idea like what was going to happen so i had to bring you back out of your own safety and then just at that moment just all my intention in like everything i thought about with riley martin some other cases dislike flooded into my mind is like only to god fucking works way absolutely loud and and it just about like. I was nineteen years old at that time. And you know to be like really new meditation and you know to suddenly be like kind of like thrown into this experience really changed my life and that was slake one of the pivotal moments. That was like okay. There's way more to this leg. If in this world than we will ever know and it just sparked this like intention within me to like share this and to see get more right so that's was a huge driving force to get into yoga and and all that stuff. Yeah while yet. No that i mean. That's really that's interesting when you mentioned the part about getting killed in your past life. Regression almost brought to mind things. I've read from different indigenous tribes. Who take peyote or another hallucinogenic or not. Even sometimes they can induce this. You know with drumming and sweat lodges or other circumstances that push your body to its limits right and they talk of wants passing. Pass those physical thresholds going into an astral realm where your body your physical bodies killed and you almost like you see it right have you. Have you heard about this. I think this is coming from kind of like a book by mike. An inner and the idea. And i think there's also stuff about this in the tibetan book of the dead but the idea that like your physical body was kind of being killed and i know this was under the circumstances of past life regression so it might not have been the same but do you think that that's almost the experience you're being given like. Hey this is you in your past life. This is your mission. Here's an example of it and then at the end you know you have this moment of realization holy shit. My higher self is much greater and grander than i ever expected. Yeah well i think. These experiences are like inadvertent catalysts right so whether or not the past life is actually a past life. I think the way that the intelligence of these like extra dimensional or multidimensional or hired mitchell beings is that they need some kind of medium outside of your kind of like concrete mundane world to interface with you and so because i was planting the seeds in my consciousness of mediating what could be. My kind of higher self is ads there. Were these initiations our taking place leading up to it so you know leading up to that experience those doing meditations having kind of little profound experiences and i was already used to doing some such psychedelics like mushrooms and you know i was smoking cannabis. Send really preparing myself in may. So that's when. I literally changed my wake normal day to day. Reality blake meeting this random. Little lake. yogi elder like hypnotherapy guy to usher in this experience for me that it was all almost like designed and even though maybe my lake physical mind couldn't really fully wrap itself around it. The hypnosis was a part of being able to kind of turn that off. So then i can have that experience of meeting my higher self through the light. Yeah absolutely i mean it sounds like to me like you went from you. Know neophyte to adapt. And now your ear. Reaching the stages of hira font. You know like this kind of person who's who's passed onto the the third level where you're actually starting to help.
"yogi" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"All right ladies and gentlemen welcome to the my family thinks i'm crazy podcast. Back firm nother episode. I am rolling so low today. And we're gonna do a little review. This is gonna be longer introduction to an episode. then you're probably used to. But i wanted to take Takes dan take some time to give some shoutouts to give you guys some updates and You know tell you guys what's good. What's what's up with the scene. So here we are. Today it's beautiful. September twenty eighth rainy connecticut east coast. Day i'm chilling in the basement in the studio and i'm lighten up a blunt right. Now we're gonna get into some stuff so about a month ago. A guy named isaac reached out to me and he said much love and respect to you. Mark my name is isaac. And i'm a huge fan of 'em. Fdic seen tin foil zero. Pretty much everything. You and sam are involved. It thank you very much. Isaac love your view of synchronicity. His you and chance of inner verse are my synchro gurus. I've been vibe ing. Hard in the realm of podcasts. In the last year and love everything i hear. Feel the love of those. I listened to love the community. So look at that really great message and he had some questions for me after that but it was a moment like that or i said to myself i'm a synchro guru and so is this guy chance chance while while matt it i just want to say the scene is cooking. We just put out a new episode with charlie robinson. It was great. Charlie got into his new book. Hypocrisy spoke with charlie last night on the union of the unwanted and that is also where i spoke to yogis or a nanda. The guy who's going to be in this episode today that you're listening to right now but anyways back to my over here out you know what. I emailed him from a different email either way. Keep things moving over here. So isaac thanks to you for the shout and the tip off letting me know who chance was. I don't think i've heard of his show before. So it's cool to get a tip like that and the recent reached out to them and they want wealth and went. Well we're going to do a show together. And that's what i encourage. I want people to reach out. That's why i wanted to read some of these messages. Let people know that. I am reading them. And if you do message me. I will read it. And maybe if it's interesting enough already did on the show but if you're really brave and i hope you are because there's no reason not to be. We have something called pod. Inbox dot com. All you have to do in the episode descriptions just click on the link that says leave me message. Or if you're very intrepid goto pod inbox dot com slash capital m. capital f. capital t capital. I capital c. that's mft. I see the acronym which stands for my family. I think some precis in capital letters be sure to put in capital letters. You go to pot. Inbox dot com slash m. Fdic leave me a message. Leamy a voice message. I've had this thing for two months of paid pod. Inbox eighteen dollars for past two months. It's nine dollars a month. And i've got no messages so i'm going to cancel it if i don't get any messages for the month of october and folks my birthdays coming up so at the very least you feel so inclined. Say i wish me a happy birthday. I know that'd be a good use for this pot in box thing. And if nobody sends me a message over pot and boxing you know probably have to cancel it for now but either way. Email is cool to 'em fdic podcasts at gmail.com. And someone else. That my man damian so damian says. Hey i'm on weirdo in the world fedex driver since basically the start of covert. I don't have any credentials or anything. I'm just you know a fellow getting along to get on or what have you. I am genuinely just curious. If i can have a back and forth with you. I'm hip to everything in the world. I listen to podcasts. Pretty much every day. I've been binging yours for the past three or four days hanky damian. I don't know dude. I dislike to have a verbal back and forth someone that has a more so a similar mindset to what i have looked at that damian i am not opposed to that all i think you're more than welcome to join me on the my family thinks i'm crazy podcast for conversation. I definitely encourage people to reach out to me. I also think you know if you wanna be on the show. Please tell me about yourself. You know damian didn't do that here but that's okay you know. He did email me a couple messages. Later said oh. I was drunk when i sent that first messages. No big deal. I thought that was funny but either way yes semi a message if you wanna be on the show semi maybe a podcast. You've been on before Your own podcast. That you have If you don't have a podcast maybe tell me what your idea for a podcast would be if you're going to start one or if you're not interested in starting your own podcast. Just tell me what you're an expert in. Tell me you know what has happened to you. Because i'm interested in meeting some people who have experienced some stuff and have like some stories to tell so if you have a really cool story to tell a potted box dot com slash capital m. capital f. Capital t capital. I capital see or click on the link in the episode description and leave us a message and we will either play it or if you don't want us to play it but you're too lazy to type something just say at the end like hey don't air this also be sure if you're going to record a message for us you know. Don't use your full name. I would recommend maybe using your first name and last initial or a nickname. All that's cool I don't wanna put anybody in that position. Ooh gotta turn my notifications off. Troy mclaughlin just reached out to me. He's going to be on tin fall tomorrow. A little behind the scenes there but either way we add a really cool message from damian. Thank you damian. Free sheet sheet. That brother palace go very to next email here at a lot of emails from my friend. Michael juan in course pow. Here's one so jona goldman jona goldman says good morning miss wondering if i can get your handbook for the apocalypse on stitcher app. Which is my go-to podcast app. I only see episode. Two through 'em. Fdic well the answer to that question is yes we will put your hand look for the apocalypse on stitcher matt is the show that is gonna be on michael one susquehanna alpha me. Rss feed which. I do host by transistor accounts account that hosts. My family fix them. Crazy count hosts the renegade yogi cast experience account also is going to host the matrix memoirs which is a new podcast posted by my girlfriend. Sarah the on the lookout for that. Either way michael on and i are working together. We're creating a new podcast. Called your handbook for the apocalypse. But we're also releasing the archived youtube videos.
The Biggest Untapped Market Opportunity in the World
"Today's guest is my friend. Rahul sorry yogi from india Rahul is the founder and managing director of autobahn capital advisors advisor to the antion capital family of funds. His mission is to consistently identify the best ten to fifteen investment ideas from among the thousands of publicly traded indian corporations rojo graduated from the wharton school of the university of pennsylvania with a degree in economics and is the author of investing in india of value investors guide to the biggest untapped opportunity in the world a definitive guide on navigating the indian marcus published by john wiley and sons row. Welcome back to the program. It's been a while. Thank your yes indeed and so royal. I just want to jump in. Because you're you're just you're my guy in india like of and i've met a bunch of folks at conferences and so forth Folks that we both know. But you know when i really wanna know what's going on i i have to talk to you and i. I haven't even thought. I hate to admit it. I haven't even thought about india probably over a year and all like all i know about india's to look at a chart of the you know the india. Etf it's it's too far off my radar screen. I think it's too far off everybody's radar screen. I know you agree with that. Wouldn't yeah absolutely done It it has indeed been a while since we've spoken than it's been. What twelve years since you were here in southern india and janae with me and You don't we were driving it out and looking at stuff while yup it has. So is it at any given moment when i've talked you like sometimes you like well. The markets run up huge. And you know. I'm really cautious. Or you know it's it's way down and i'm really aggressively bullish or something because it is. It does seem to swing a
MLB to end 70-year partnership with Topps trading cards
"In nineteen fifty one New York Yankees catcher yogi Berra was the American league's Most Valuable Player fellow catcher Roy Campanella of the Brooklyn Dodgers was the NL MVP and New York Giants outfielder Willie Mays was a National League rookie of the year that was a year tops got the license to make baseball cards for the major leagues those decades of kids trying to chew that hard stick a bubble gum while flipping through the cards are nor in all the who is he to get to the Reggie Jackson's George Brett's or Barry Bonds are coming to an end the company yet to be named as being formed by the sports merchandising company fanatics it will become the exclusive licensee for baseball cards once the current deals with the MLB and players union expire I'm timid wire
"yogi" Discussed on The BosBabes
"Out here in New Jersey about, and it was probably about twenty five minutes from Yankee Stadium. And they, they had a bowling alley e. For four years and that was their offseason business. But they needed to have extra jobs to be able to support their families. Wow, honestly. And this is going to sound weird, but I think that is one of the most interesting facts I have read about your grandfather and all of the facts that I've ever heard about him, is him having to work multiple jobs while playing and playing so well in the MLB back in the day wage. That's super, freaking cool. And really interesting. So I'm definitely going to be using that clip is like a highlight clip having you talk about that because I think that's like mind-blowing. I'm like speechless at this point much stuff leads in in the fifties and the sixties had to have other, you know, business interests to be to be able to work his team. They just didn't make. Even even in the if you compare the money to wage, you know, back then type money. They they had a well-paying job but they weren't like crazy Rich. The way athletes are today. So friggin interesting, I literally love that fact that game For sharing that with the boss babes Fanatics and I want to jump into talking about the Yogi Berra Museum shortly. But before we get into that, your grandfather is widely known or what people call quote, unquote, yogi-isms. So, are there any yogi-isms that stick out in your mind? What are some of your favorites? And I know people still use some of them to this day sucks. The most famous ones are when you come to a fork in the road, take it, nobody goes there anymore. It's too crowded. It ain't over till it's over, is probably the most famous. My favorites are more than a potential ones. If the world were perfect, it wouldn't be future. Ain't what it used to be. What I like to point out about the yogi-isms, is that on the surface, a lot of them seem to be a little silly, but if you're able to open your mind, they really do. Make a lot of sense and there is some very Sage wisdom in there. My grandfather had a very unique way of looking at the world. And he was just very able to cut through all the BS and all the noise, and call it like he saw it. So, like, for example, nobody goes there anymore, it's too crowded, right? If you knew the restaurant was down, totally jam-packed and you were hungry. Would you go there and wait on line for for an hour to eat know, you'd go somewhere else, where you know, you could get a cheeseburger right, you know, the future ain't what it used to be, you know, as we could see things evolve every day and and it's not what we thought it would be. So so many of them are are so like you know, prescient and and they really just make a lot of sense when you think about them and I I know growing up that if I went to ask my grandfather for advice he he would he would point out something that was so obvious that you actually couldn't see it yourself. You needed him to pull out for you. So he was great for that. Super fantastic. I'm I'm happy that I asked that question about the yogi-isms and I want to talk about the fact that you are actually a board member at the Yogi Berra. Yep. Family Museum. I've never been there before. I would love to go there. Is it located in New Jersey dep? So the Yogi Berra, Museum and learning center is on the campus of Montclair State University in Little Falls New Jersey. It's literally twelve miles west of the entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel. You can be here from Manhattan in less than 20 minutes. There's actually a train that comes from Penn Station right out to the university..
"yogi" Discussed on The BosBabes
"Awesome products. Now guys, back to the episode baby. He actually his he would tell you that. His three older brothers were better baseball players than he was, but the family was very poor. And the older brothers had to work to help support the family. But by the time, it got down to my grandpa Yogi, his older brother's convinced my great-grandfather Pietro to let Grandpa Yogi. Have a chance to play baseball, so one of them would have a chance to make it as a baseball player at that point. My grandfather was a right-handed hitter and and threw right-handed, my Uncle Tony had the presence of mind. Not to take my grandfather from being a right-handed hitter and switch him around to being a lefty because he thought he would have a better chance of making the big leagues, as a left-handed hitter. And we all know how that turned out because Yogi Berra is not Yogi Berra. A he's right handed. So that happened when he was about ten years old and he played American Legion ball. He, this is actually sort of a crazy story. He dead. And his neighbor across the street who was a guy named Joe, garagiola Joe is in the Baseball Hall of Fame, as a broadcaster. He played and played for, and won a World Series with the st. Louis Cardinals. In a early 1940s, Grandpa and Joe garagiola went to a open tryout for the Saint Louis Cardinals together at that time. Branch Rickey, who would later become the general manager of the Dodge Chargers and become famous for signing Jackie. Robinson to break the color barrier in baseball. At that time. Branch Rickey was the general manager of the st. Louis Cardinals. Branch Rickey offered Joe. Garagiola $500 as a down to sign with the Cardinals. He only offered my grandfather, 250 bucks and Grandpa thought that he and Joe were worth the same amount so he told Branch Rickey. No Branch. Rickey had a plan. He did this on purpose. Knew he was leaving the Cardinals and going to the Dodgers and he wanted to save Grandpa Yogi for the Dodgers. However in the interim of Branch, Rickey moving from the Cardinals to the Dodgers George Weiss from the Yankees, swoops in and signs my grandfather. And the rest is history because of Grandpa Yogi, had been a Dodge things would have been very different as well. Oh, my gosh. I actually love learning all that history because I feel like people grow up reading about the grades, like, your grandfather, like Joe DiMaggio, like, Mickey Mantle. And it's like, we don't hear these inside or story. So, I'm so happy that you were on here being able to tell those Insider stories. First of.
"yogi" Discussed on The BosBabes
"That you accrue a away from alcohol. For those of you guys that aren't familiar with alcohol, I actually have to stay away from it a good about 2 because I have really bad allergies. And if you drink too much alcohol, it can actually create inflammation in your body. So if you're active, like Lindsay is staying away from alcohol is very important. Please stay with us. You guys just listen to Lindsay Berra, talk all about her early years, growing up, in Jersey with her family home with their mom and dad with her grandfather. Also everything in between sports-related playing Collegiate softball. Also, playing men's league, freaking hockey at home. Hours in the morning before going to school, we are hearing her talk about food and her podcast food of the Gods podcast. She is actually a host in just started releasing episodes. I believe this past month, the month of June. So, we are going to switch on over to the Barrett family Legacy. This is part two. So Lawrence, Peter Berg Yogi Berra. He was actually born in nineteen twenty-five, and he is a legend in the baseball world. I'm just going to ramble off some facts for you guys. For those of you guys, that will be listening to this podcast. He played the position of Catcher, which is why I was picking Lindsay sprained earlier. If she ever played that position herself, he also later became a coach and a manager he played freaking 19 Seasons, like holy crap, 19 seasons in the MLB. Most of them, with the infamous, New York Yankees, we all know that the Yankees are literally a dynasty. He one freaking dead. And at World Series like that is almost unheard of ten World Series and 18 time, all star and widely regarded as one of the greatest catchers in baseball history. Hold on guys, I have some more facts for you. You need another page and another page and like, hold on a minute. Let me flip it over. I'm like he is only one of six players who win the American League MVP award three times. So not one but three times and he was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame back in 1972. So Lindsay, let's talk all about your father, his lasting Legacy on the baseball world. And before we even talked about about that, how the heck did he himself get into the sport of baseball so he grew up on the hill in St. Louis Missouri, the hill was the Italian section. His parents were Italian immigrants. All three of his older brother. Brothers were born in Italy. He was the first sibling born here, and then his younger sister behind wage. And the kids on the hill, just sort of sounds the way I grew up. We had TV but I wasn't allowed to be inside and watching it. Grandpa didn't have TV. There was no video games. So they were just outside playing sports all day. They played Sandlot baseball, he played basketball, he played football, he played street hockey, they used to duct tape newspapers to their shins because they couldn't afford shin guards. They played this crazy game, where you hit a bottle cap with a broomstick. And I would say, and Grandpa was known as a quote unquote bad ball hitter, but I'm pretty sure that he developed a lot of that hand-eye coordination hitting a bottle cap with a break. Try that it is very hard Hank. Aaron did it to when we see where that got him with all those home runs. So anybody wants to learn how to hit a baseball try that it's, it's very difficult, do do do the Olympics Euros, baseball major championships and concerts are all in this summer. But you know, what is it.
"yogi" Discussed on The BosBabes
"Now back, episode his older, brother's convinced my great-grandfather Pietro to let Grandpa Yogi. Have a chance to play baseball, so one of them would have a chance to make it as a baseball player at that point. Bought a grandfather was a right-handed hitter and and threw right-handed, my Uncle Tony had the presence of mind to take my grandfather from being a right-handed hitter and switch him around to being a lefty because he thought he would have a better chance of making the big leagues, as a left-handed hitter. And we all know how that turned out because Yogi Berra is not Yogi Berra. If he's right-handed off, this is not your typical Sports show is real. And Rome is a table, you I know with the baby Need.
Gut Healing and the Carnivore Diet With Sarah Kleiner, Host of the Carnivore Yogi Podcast
"What does working on your gut mean. Yes so for me. I had started working a little. Bit with nutrition with judy The friend of mine and she had me start on just some probiotics. And but i also what i wish i had done was started using some. Hcl some For some acid and then some digestive enzymes. That really made a huge difference for me. Because what i found is that i wasn't breaking down my food. I wasn't absorbing nutrients. Because i had done a lot of gut damage prior you know. I had been on. A lot of antibiotics had been on a lot of different medications And so there's there's a lot of prior damage before even into carnivore. And that's probably why i had such severe ibs. I had such severe issues before carnivore even started was because it was my my gut that needed healing so for me like elimination diet is great. But you have to go a little bit deeper and see what's going on your severe despite versus Are you do you have enough stomach acid. Do you have proper enzymatic function. and then i've also added some beauty rate in as well and supplement with peter eight. That's been helpful. So it's been. It's been a lot of stuff that i've done. I still use the probiotics I'm still using the enzymes. And the hcl and the post biotic right now as well but those things are working really well for me. So i might take a break from them Or wean down in a little bit
This Makes Cents: Yogi Berra Gets a Stamp Named in His Honor
"Friday night against the Chicago White Sox. And Rick and Alisa Hall of Fame catcher Yogi Berra once said, a nickel ain't worth a dime anymore. Well, neither a postage stamps they cost 55 cents for a forever stamp. And that's the
Into The Nothing With Gabriel Cousens
"It's so interesting to to talk to you. Because and i'm just going to share a bit about you with mindful tribe. You're a world renowned holistic physician a rabbi yogi spiritual mystic. You're a psychiatrist. A family therapist a humanitarian. A peace ambassador. And there's just so much to share about you and It it says here that you live in the world between nothing which is the world beyond time and something which is the temporal world. So let's start there. How did you get to the point where you see yourself. As as living in this world between nothing and something it had been gradually it was back philosophical. I lived in india for seven years and begin editing about six hours a day and also focusing intense contemplation on the divine name with chanting During the time. I begin to move into the nothing. No what is the nothing you disappear as a separate ego as a separate linus and there's only that or in that said is nothing to say the just but the point is that is that just quiet but you are there. There's not a you with a quiet mind you disappear. There's only durant
Sarah Harding on Dharma Journeys of Practice and Translation
"Sarah i wanted to welcome and thank you for joining us on the wisdom dot chat but i wanted to start with how you first encountered bosom. How did you go down this past Was it through a book or you meet a teacher. How'd you first encounter the buddha dhamma. How far back should i go. Nats let's keep it to these lives. Okay that's fortunate since i don't remember the other ones Yeah i will. I got interested in meditation in eastern phosphine. Everything while i was still in high school actually and then i read some books like autobiography yogi and things like that and i read the life of miller that was one of my first folks which has stuck with me all this time till now even and then i What happened. I met some tibetans in arizona prescott arizona. Actually in dan. I dropped out of college in went traveling and ended up in the east and Kind of tried to forget about the buddha steph for a while but eventually came to nepal yan You know got tired of all the fun stuff in there was colpon happening with lava yes shea of coupon in dan That was it. I kind of you know was stock. In like bob dylan which have gone last taken that last detour in so then i went and met cholera in pay went from the. Someone showed me a picture in that coupon retreat in i headed to find him
Sales Is Just Helping People Get What They Want
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Why You Should Think Twice Before Wearing Black Clothes
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Master Sri Akarshana | The Yogi With a Lamborghini | Making Decisions Right
"What i always say to people is that it's not about making the right decisions in life. It's about your ability to make a decision and make that decision right because whether leaving home was a at sixteen was a right or wrong. We don't have that conversation right now whether whether being fights whether whether whether working in burger van whether it's taking out a four hundred sixty thousand loan when i was twenty one. That's not my first business whether that was stupid or whether that was right or wrong actually. Nobody needs to judge that right now because at the end of the day i took this step i took this step because i felt it and when i took the step i decided that i'm going to make this work. Whatever step i take. I make sure that i make it work. And as a result of it now many years later. I've made the things work. And what's the result because mom and dad know that i'm safe not only safe. I have this abundance to be able to not only look after myself but look after them and help people around the world and that's all they ever dreamed of. And so i think sometimes it's it's it's not required to have the people around you support you. It doesn't matter if if you want something enough then you go for it you you go all in you. Make sure to make it happen. Make it work. Yes you'll face challenges but if you keep moving and if you keep staying solution focus you'll get there you know
U.S. Capitol officer killed in vehicle attack; suspect dead
"Day in the nation's capital, R U. S Capitol Police officer is dead, another injured and their attacker was shot and killed. Acting Capitol Police chief Yogi Ananda Pittman says the driver of the car rammed into two officers before crashing into a barrier and getting out a knife. He did not respond to verbal commands. The suspect did start lunging toward U. S. Capitol police officers at which time U. S. Capitol police officers fired upon the suspect. The suspect, identified as 25, year old Noah Green later died. One of the officers involved in responding to the attack also later died. William Billy Evans was an 18 year veteran of the police force. A second officer is expected to be okay. The officers had been posted at an entrance off of Constitution Avenue, which soon after the end. It was quickly filled with members of the National Guard on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T o P News When the news
Yogi Assignment: Discipline by Kino MacGregor of KinoYoga
"Yogi assignment discipline by keno mcgregor of keno yoga dot com. I used to be a perfectionist. Or rather i used to think i had a true chains being perfect or getting all the things right. All the time somehow headed naive notion that if i just visualized hard enough and trained my vibration to be high enough that i never experienced any lows ever again. I live in some bubble of peace love and happiness. My life had something else in store for me this last year alone. I've stumbled and fallen so many times and made so many bad decisions. I can hardly be into account for them all failure or the recognition that. I did something wrong or that. Something i did was not good enough to meet the cut or that. I simply do not achieve. My goals is something that has been a hard and sometimes bitter pill for me to swallow. Perhaps you like me were raised with the narrative that you can do anything you want. If only you set your sights on it just think good vibes and be positive all the time and everything you want will magically come into being. I was told that. I was simply manifest my reality well while i have certainly accomplished a lot. There is so much more that i've tried and failed at and so much more that i experienced that did not go. According to my vision. I spent a good deal of time wondering how to reconcile the desire to stay in a continuous state of peace and harmony with the reality of continually falling out of that sweet spot lately of come to see the moments of failure as loving discipline rather than harsh punishment. While it'd be nice if we could always get it right. The reality is that we don't when we aren't able to stay on the path and make every decision according to the highest truth. Then it's important that we remain open to being rebuked disciplined educated enlightened both by the universe and by god and also by other people within our community is a necessary correction along the journey of life if the spiritual community seems to have a bit of payroll tax reading through the average list of spiritual quotes found. Online is evident that there is ample discussion on how to keep your oracle. Lean how to think only good vibes and how to remove toxic. People or situations bows often missing is how to process. He'll evolve and grow from the moments when feeling good vibes is simply not an option after admit that i get triggered sometimes when people respond to negative feedback by blocking the heaters and surrounding themselves with good vibes. Only i guess one of the reasons. I get triggered is because i know that no matter how hard i try just can't live in the bubble of good vibes. Only while i'm overall a general positive peaceful person who loves to laugh my also get angry. Sad to press anxious. I get things wrong. Mike often and all the time and when i do. I'm often sensitive to criticism. Almost like something inside of me. Feels like i should have done better. At keeping. The bubble of positivity defense at work design environment for growth. Though to assume that you will get it right. One hundred percent of the time and have no need for discipline is to assume that you already are perfect and they have no need for any further guidance. Sure sounds like hubris to me. It takes a very high degree of self confidence and spiritual strength to process negative feedback and grow from it. If you are a well intended spiritual person living a life committed to peace and love. It can feel truly unsettling if someone called you out on not living up to your integrity. If feels wrong. He had called out of your protective bubble. You may have inadvertently surround yourself. With an echo chamber that reinforces your beliefs about yourself. When those beliefs are questioned or challenged it can feel like a direct and personal assault. You may wanna lash out or even zone out. He may not want to put in the emotional labor required to work through all your stuff. But if you choose to dig your head in the sand you will be depriving yourself of an opportunity to grow from the experience much like a child who disciplined cannot grow from the experience while discipline is not always optional. Growth is of course optional. You can choose to disregard the voices of people who call you out as heaters. You can bolster your case of good person hood where he could pause reflect research and study the issue. He also say with your own feelings of discomfort until you come to clarity and compassion. It has been said that the truth will set you free but i it will piss you off by feminist gloria steinem among others. We face truth and feel angry. Lean into your rage especially when it's reactionary don't project or act out your anger until you fully processed it. Discipline or negative feedback is so vital to growth. Imagine if you're working at a new job and the boss was unhappy with your performance instead of telling you that your work wasn't up to the level required your boss has told you that you are awesome imperfect but then one day that same boss fired you. You'd be left feeling truly confused. If however your boss gave you the negative feedback that your work wasn't up to standard and listened ways. You might improve. It'd be up to respond in a way though at either ensure your evolution or demonstrate your ineptitude for the position me the way you actually need the negative feedback to grow. Life is an interested in whether or not your feelings get hurt. life is interested in helping you grow. You put all your heart into something only to have it fail or even worse. Blow up in. Your face is getting disciplined from the word is not meant to be punitive or harsh instead. It simply meant to be feedback giving you the opportunity to grow and learn and eventually rise up to meet the challenge that life is presenting to you. I kind of feel like our life lessons. Return and repeat until we get them like the universe is infinitely patient with us while we try over and over again to get the same lesson right. if we don't immediately get it. We have years to repeat man. Learn them all over again. This week's yogi assignment is disciplined. Change the way you view negative feedback instead of taking it personally. Recalibrate the story you tell about it. Think about negative feedback as an opportunity to reflect on your path if think about failure as the discipline of a loving force in the universe perhaps it shines light on a turn that you took in wrong direction or perhaps it makes you more sure about the direction that you are going either way. Remain open to experience of discipline that comes in the form of life lessons. Reflect on any recent negative feedback that you may have received or many recent failures. What can you learn from each of those experiences. Search for the life lesson contained within the discipline and seek to grow from it practice giving negative feedback to someone else. If you can phrase your words with as much love as possible and be sure that you truly do not come from hate yet if you notice that. Something is out of alignment. Whether in a person or organization and you choose to remain silent you may be depriving the person from an opportunity to grow and evolve
Capitol police officer suspended after anti-Semitic material found near work station
"An officer after a copy of an anti Semitic reading material was found near his work area Sunday. Acting Capitol Police chief Yogi Ananda Pittman released a statement saying once this matter was brought to my attention. I immediately ordered the officers suspended until the office of Professional Responsibility can thoroughly investigate. To Charles County
Board to begin search for permanent Capitol Police chief
"The U. S. Capitol Police Department is starting a search for a permanent police chief. That's what a person familiar with the matter tells The Associated Press. Acting chief Yogi Ananda Pittman has come under fire from lawmakers for security failures that allowed a pro trump mob to storm the capital on January 6th. Search for a permanent leader of the force of 2300 officers and civilian employees will be nationwide. The person who spoke to the AP says Pittman can apply for the position, but she's not guaranteed it.
Acting Capitol Police chief testifies about Washington, DC riot
"A new warning from testimony on the Capitol riot last month. During an appearance before Congress yesterday, the acting Capitol police chief said military militia groups want to stage another attack Chief Yogi Ananda Pittman. Says there are threats to blow up the Capitol sometime around President Biden's first address to a joint session of Congress. That speech hasn't been scheduled. Yet. Pittman was also asked about intelligence and procedural failures that allowed Trump supporters to storm the building on January 6. There's evidence that some of those who stormed the capital were organized. But there's also evidence that a large number where everyday Americans who took on a mob mentality because they were angry and desperate. It is the conduct of this latter group that the department was not prepared for an acknowledges Capitol police did pay some operational challenges during the
Capitol Hill officer details racist abuse during mob attack
"Police has acknowledged there was a major breakdown in communications involving officers as they tried to fight off the mob, The mob that attack the capital last month. The T. O. P. S. Mitchell Miller today on the hill during a House hearing. Washington State Congresswoman Jamie Herrera Butler says it was clear during the attack that Capitol police officers weren't getting any guidance from superiors. Part of the problem. There was chaos each and every one of these officers boots on the ground commander or not, I had to make a decision with no information. Acting police chief Yogi Ananda Pittman testified that commanding control fell apart as commanders tried to help overwhelmed officers. I think it's a multi tiered failure, the executive team here has taken a number Of proactive steps to ensure that incident command protocols are right here, too, in the future. Still, many lawmakers remain frustrated over what they say was a lack of preparation and coordination on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T. O P News president Biden
Report to blame Saudi Crown Prince for death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
"With New public details about those behind the death of journalists, Jamal Kashiwagi. Now it implies Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was involved in the murder at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018. It also comes as President Biden plans his first call to Saudi Arabia, King Salman Former national security adviser John Bolton told Bloomberg News. On top of the killing of two Sugi dynamics in the Middle East have changed. Well. Last night. Axios reported that Biden plans to call the king today that coming before the release the head of the oven intelligence report about the murder of the journalist remark, a show G. What do you know about this report? I don't. I don't. I don't know exactly what report it is And if it's Related anything that I saw when I was in the government. I won't talk about it. But I will say this. This is this is ah, moment of truth. I think for buying if if he wants to have a fundamentally different relationship with Saudi Arabia, I think it's a reflection that he thinks he can have a fundamentally different relationship with Iran. And I think That part of the premises. Incorrect. As long as the Ayatollahs are in tower. Nobody could don's the murder show. Nobody has any doubt that the Saudi government was involved in it. This is a this is a matter of realpolitik. In in that region way need the Saudis and they need us When I was in Moscow, once meeting with President Putin, he just he thought of his real humorous. Subject that we might turn away from the Saudis, and he said to me, Look, if you don't want to sell them weapons, That's fine. I'll sell them weapons. Now. The CIA assessed that NBS personally ordered the killing and a United Nations investigator found in June of 2019. It was inconceivable that NBS was not aware. The killing, of course. Yogi. White House Press secretary Jen Psaki said last week that President Biden is working to re calibrate the American relationship with Saudi Arabia and plans to communicate with King Salman, which is his counterpart instead of his son, the Crown prince. South Dakota House lawmakers have begun impeachment proceedings against the
Romney says Trump would win GOP nomination 'in a landslide' in 2024
"Alright Senator Mitt Romney, one of the more outspoken anti Trump Republicans in the party right now, says former President Donald Trump will end up winning the GOP presidential nomination in 2024 if he run. No kidding yes. During a New York Times event on Tuesday, Romney said. That Trump will likely continue to be very involved in the future of the Republican Party. Here's what he had to say. Well, well. President Trump continue to play a role in my party. I'm sure you will. He has by far the largest voice and a big impact in my party. I don't know about his family members whether they intend to do that, but but I expect he will continue playing a role. I don't know if he'll run in 2024 not but if he does Yeah, I'm pretty sure he will win the nomination. You think he would win the nomination? Oh, I think you'd win the nomination. If you run. I mean, what can happen between now and 2024. So on I'm not great at predicting I'm I subscribe the Yogi Berra's philosophy in that regard, he said, I don't like that. I don't like predicting particularly the future's involved. So I I don't really know what'll happen there. But I look at the polls in the polls show that among the names being floated his potential contenders in 2024. If you put President Trump in there among Republicans, he wins in a landslide. I would not be voting for President Trump again. I haven't voted for him in the past on, I would probably be getting behind somebody who I thought more represented the tiny wing of the Republican Party that I
"yogi" Discussed on The Naturist Living Show
"For us to send people. You're to you. Yeah i mean if anybody is like really inspired by this brief little chat and wants to support me financially right away like feel free to check out my patriot on i'm also an only fans. It's the same content on both sites and both cases. The handle is the naked yogi. But if you're just interested in learning more about my messages and seeing kind of how. I interact with people on social media. I'm most active on twitter. Which is at the underscore naked yoga videos. You post there. Are they From the meal. I i don't know where your status but youtube was. Were they giving you some trouble. Yes i. I had a youtube account which my first video that i ever posted on youtube account. When almost viral it was like eight hundred thousand views. Enviros like a million by some people's you know measurements. And i think that's just because people are tend to be so obsessed with female nudity that it just kind of like struck a chord for work and so i did my best to follow youtube rules. They allow nudity as long as. It's not for the intention of sexual gratification. So i would make sure that. I mentioned that. In all of my videos that i was there. To educate artistically inspire people about nudism and about self acceptance and so. I thought that i was doing everything that was required but the sensors are as they are. So that's original. Youtube account was deactivated. And i decided to focus more on how so most of my content is on now because it allows to type of expression though. I do have a new youtube account. I'm just not that active on it. I have it available for when i'm making content that falls within youtube 's restrictions but for the most part My free content is on on video and on twitter. So we're that there would take the whole channel bell. You'd think if there was a video you would get a warning about a video. Yes something's things that they're hard to figure like. I received a couple warnings for my facebook posts and again i was doing my follow the censorship i started with like a pixellated sensor but apparently looked to to flesh like so then i changed the type of sensor and i tried a different types of censorship but my staff kept on on being removed on facebook and i was posting the exact same content to instagram. Never warning on instagram And then one day. My instagram was just gone. I guess some someone in facebook realized that the the accounts were connected and disabled instagram. Even though i didn't receive any warnings on that platform but you know it is what it is and i it's just been a process of learning what platforms work welfare me and which platforms. Don't a lot of your mindset seems to be in line with poorer of peace love unity respect of you know raves and dance events. Do you have kind of a. Would you say you're like a burning man type. Rave sensibility is. That's yeah i think i would. I've never actually been to burning man. But i definitely enjoy music festivals. I definitely enjoy the raves. That are local. I remember actually. When i was traveling with a friend of mine and we were trying to go to this club in new york and we ended up in boston and so we are dressed up the way that we had planned to dress up to go to this kind of like alternative style club in new york and we're in boston which is a little bit more of a conservative town so we stood at a little bit and i remember in line to enter the club. Somebody was like. Are you a burner. Just by the way that. I have a look i dated a girl who would go to bring in every year and After she got back just because of the pictures and whatnot. I was literally at a grocery store. And i saw grow. Who had these like fuzzy boots. And i just got a five and i was like oh it was great. You go. don't let you tell of. Yeah yeah i've actually some of some very freeing bodily experiences that i've had have been music festivals like i remember this festival that i went to last summer i really wanted to be topless for most of the weekend but most people weren't doing that and i didn't want us to get like a sore thumb is dealing with all of those types of insecurities and and then what this person walked right in front of me like just mostly naked and i was like. Oh my god this is so freeing okay. I if they're doing it. I can do it too. You know. and it wasn't an nature s resort. It wasn't a news report. It was just a music festival. And that's the kind of vibe of like freedom and self love that i think kind of crosses over in those two worlds i wanted to ask you just for the sake of people may not be familiar with the same. What does it mean to be. Sex positive I think at least the way the i interpret it in my own life is that i believe that sexuality is a normal natural and beautiful thing can like sorry. I'm just trying to figure. Yeah you ask believe that. Like sex is normal natural and beautiful whereas so many people received the narrative as a child that sex's shameful and terrible and sinful and wrong right. So you know. I think that there are boundaries and limits in all things and they're often around Harming others so. I'm not supportive of sexual expressions that are harmful to others. I think that you know consensual is totally. Okay if that's what you're into but that's not the thing as harming others because it's consensual but yeah if as long as you're not harming other people you know. I think it's totally okay to express your sexuality. Yeah that's a pretty. that's that's a good mindset. I can't imagine anybody would argue with that. You know Prejudging people based on what they think is weird or out of the norm oscar. Wilde said the only normal people you know are the people don't know that well so montauk camped across the road. You don't.
"yogi" Discussed on The Naturist Living Show
"Ever experienced that. Probably the first very memorable experience was in high school. A couple of my close friends and i all female. We're talking about how we all thought that are boobs. Were weird looking and so it occurred to one of us. What if we all. Just look at one another's breasts and we'll figure out what's weird and what's not and so. We all undressed and looked around and discovered that all of our bodies were so different that there's no sense of one breast like there's no model breasts that we all have to look like or anything like that. We were all so diverse. There's just a small group of us and even just with the small group. The diversity in bodies was amazing and it relieves so much pressure for me. I was afraid that. I mean i'll talk in detail but my body. It's all over the internet. My areola are dark and their wide. And i thought that was weird because the images that i had seen of women online there are areas. Where like a caucasian women were lighter and more in smaller. So i thought that might be the weirdest until i saw other people's breath. Smells like oh yeah. Some people have dark areas and people have wide. You know like. There's no normal to adhere to so that was my first kind of experience of i'm being nude in a non sexual. Context essentially routes are interesting. In that. you know a lot of times. Women will have one one that is one size in the different size. And that's that's gotta be just trying to find the right bra you know. Yeah well i. I stopped wearing a bra and high school. So i don't have that problem at all. Sometimes people message me questions like you know all sorts of questions about my body and sometimes people asked my cup size. And i'm like i have no idea. No i'm a little surprised they would even ask that. Which which is a good transition into. I wanted to ask you about about your followers. I mean do you feel that you are sexualize and harassed at all. I mean as that or is it something that you own and you're like well. This is just part of part of this path. Well i would separate being. Sexualizing being harassed. I'd i've never felt harassed. Occasionally people do message me repeatedly of with the same question so sometimes people will ask for private photos or ask for and by private. I mean just like photos custom for them and sometimes people will ask about like sexualize photos. That i'm not interested in taking and usually my response to that is just very polite. I don't create that kind of contents. If you wanna see what. I've posted feel free to check out my feed that kind of thing and sometimes people will ask repeatedly and after maybe five times of giving the exact same polite response will just stop responding. So i don't. I wouldn't consider that her asthma and i don't feel attacked or in danger in any way so i'm polite and eventually dismissive when it comes to being sexualize that is something that i do experience a lot but i have a really strong sense of my subjectivity. This is something. I was thinking about before. Getting on on the call with you knowing that this was probably going to be a talk topic that comes up. The reality of objectification is that it happens in the eye of the person. Who's objectify you. It's objectification part of gays. So and subjectivity is how i live. I don't live in the gaze of others so you know whether whether people are looking at me with the sexual gays or any other sort of gays. I don't live in the eyes of others or for other people. So i can maintain my subjectivity. Throughout of whatever way that people react to me and this is just a reality of life in general. Like sometimes you'll say you're driving and somebody has road rage and directs anger at you. They're looking at you with a hateful gaze but that has no effect on who you are inherently as a person but yeah. I don't feel trapped by people's gaze. So i'm not concerned about the way that other people look at me but when it comes to sexuality very sex positive and that was something that i was thinking about from the beginning of creating the naked yogi. Is that many people will probably come to my content through a sexual desire or through kind of like kink niche of naked yoga. I'm sure that that's a king for some people. And so i i kind of prepared from the beginning that i would be doing a bayton switch you know so like you know people will see my content and be like oh beautiful naked woman. I'm gonna. I'm gonna buy her staff and just whatever pleasure myself and then what you discover is everything that comes out of my mouth and the captions that i post and everything is just self love and self worth and all these kinds of things so anybody that is looking to fill a void in their life through pornography and self pleasure might find that rather than filling the void with those kind of temporary. Bandaids they might be able to find a more long term solutions. Who to the issues. That they're facing and and i mean because i'm a sex positive person. There's nothing wrong with masturbation in my opinion and there's nothing wrong with pornography as long as it's ethically made but i know that some people do struggle with pornography addiction or or they use pornography and with it's not healthy and so i wanted to be able to reach those people and say that there is an alternative loving yourself as a whole being rather than just in the sensual pleasures. I recall that you commented recently. Somebody asked you about Erections and you were saying that you feel like it's just a not something to freak out about. Yeah totally totally. And i think that elections kind of get a bad rap because they're externally visible. But the reality is i know that a vagina owners experienced wetness at random times so this these symbols of arousal are not inherently tied to arousal. But i think sometimes penis owners get a bad rap because the symbols of arousal are visible on their bodies in ways that they're not visible on a fab bodies. So i really don't think that erections are big deal just the same way. I don't think it would be a big deal if somebody experienced.
"yogi" Discussed on The Naturist Living Show
"A show notes if anybody wants to learn about andrew and what. He's done what he's doing next. I just want to mention episode artwork with this episode for the first time we have episode our work well unique capsule artwork has always been the episode for the show And that's what shows up in most of your Players but a lot of the podcast players Including spotify show specific episode artwork. If it exists. I haven't been doing it because the problem with the images that i use on the website is that there's full nudity and i actually embed that in the i d i d three tags which you can only see there's only one Podcast player that shows that. And i'll put up with links to that in a show notes. So he can know which ones do which so. there's the the show artwork. Which has you know the yellow square with the outline of the family that we've used forever and that's been created very specifically because i don't want to get into the problems that i have in all the social media which is get the occasional episode blocked and they can't delete our show because our show exists. But they could delist our show from the directories which means that you would still be able to listen to it if you're subscribed But you would not be able to Find it if you're not at least directories if they d listed us but so if apparent it does look nicer if there's unique episode art work with a title and that's what i'm doing starring with this show And the image that we use on the the show website nature's living show dot com will be that episode our but we're going to put the title over it and we're going to cover all the bits so there's zero chance of anybody thinking we're doing something that we're not supposed to and people complaining and getting delisted so if you want to see the actual pictures whenever it is a show either use a podcast player that shows the id three tag. Which is the mp three image that's embedded or which is a little techy. Apologize for that or you'd follow us on twitter where twitter at this point and so far and always has been very tolerant of nudity. So we can do that or you go to our website which we hundred percent control and nobody can ever block or delete or censor so Those are your choices and it's just letting you know if you start to see different images of than the yellow square in your player. That's why Today's episode is about the naked yogi. Now we've talked about yoga before and there's a number of people who do yoga Sarah jane is the naked yogi. And she's actually. She's canadian she's nowhere near us. Canada very big country It's over five thousand kilometers if your fly from the east coast of the west coast and to give you a little bit of perspective if you were to fly from copenhagen to gibraltar Which is across most of europe In diagnosis and through spain you would do about half of that trip in canada and we would still be in the same country after five thousand kilometers anyway. She is in canada though as are many people But the resigned mentioned is because she's nowhere near me and she was actually interviewed by tim. Chizmar our west coast intrepid reporter from in the us so it's kind of funny because actually further away. But whether i was doing it or tim was doing it. It was going to be over the web interview so without further ado. Let's listen to sarah. Jane It is me it's him. It's t i am for the nature's living show we how on the podcast today. Somebody that i'm really excited about. Because i she's all over social media and i've seen her popping up on all of my feeds all of these This is sarah jane. She's the naked hugh e and. We're really excited to find out all about her. Thank you so much joining me. Sara jane thanks for having me. I'm excited to be here sweet. So let's dive right in. You know this is a nudist podcast for nitrous living. Do you consider yourself a nudist. This is something that actually kind of came to me. By surprise short. The answer is yes i do. Consider myself a nudist or interest. Is kind of yeah. I was kinda surprised by that. Label people started asking me on social media when i began publishing my content whether i was a nudist. Well actually. they started asking me how long i've been a nudist presuming. That the answer was that i am nudist. And at that point. I kind of looked into them and realized that all of the things that i was intuitively expressing are the kind of like fundamentals of the nudist movement so without being aware of this movement as an ongoing phenomenon. I just kind of organically with creating my own content. That totally fits within that nation. Would definitely i would definitely say so. It's resonated with a lot of you. Wouldn't even the things that you say you're very Your spiritual path that i that nudist would identify with some of the topics that you bring up. mood emphasized the polls oneness with their bodies and not being you know ashamed to be in their natural state things like that. So it does seem to go hand-in-hand tell me what about the journey. What brought us here. Did you grow up in a con delaney household. When did you discover yoga. And why i mean let's Let's dive in what brought you here. Sarah game actually what you mentioned about a lot of my messages being related to overcoming shame. That's been a big inspiration for how i got where i am. Because i didn't come from a yoga household. And i didn't come from an interest household i actually came from a community that was very evangelical christian and so there was a lot of shame related to body a lot of shame related to sexuality. There was a lot of influences. The perpetual that. We're perpetuating shame and like narratives of shame in my life. So when i moved out of that community and started learning about other ways of living other ways of being both yoga and nature of them were very healing to me. So yoga allowed me to find a lot of peace of mind. Because it's really connected to a tradition of meditation and nature as well really embracing nature was something that was just an expression of freedom that i had often repressed in my own life because i remember from a very young kid loving nudity and as yeah as a teenager. I began sleeping naked and was like okay. I don't need to have sleepovers with my friends anymore. Because being naked is better like always really enjoyed nudity but it wasn't considered acceptable in most of the places that i moved so when i started thinking more for myself i was like you know this is not shameful. This is not wrong. My body is not sinful just for being a body. My body is just a body. There's no inherent value judgment related to it. So i can be free with my body. And i can model that so that other people have the opportunity to feel free with their bodies if if nobody has ever told them that their body is okay. I want to be the person telling them that. Their body is okay. When did you first. Experience social nudism. Did you go to a nude beach or pose for an art class win win win you.
"yogi" Discussed on The Naturist Living Show
"High stefan. My name is andy. I'm a sixty eight year. Old lifelong nudist san francisco as a single and gay man coming of age in new york city during the nineteen seventies. I wasn't welcomed by resorts or organizations in the area gender parody. At all that as a result i was left to create my own very naked lifestyle in a largely unstructured and unsanctioned way at seventeen i began visit including optional public beaches and by age eighteen. I was modeling for art. Classes and acting nude in an off broadway play. I was a home nudist. Who frequently state undressed. When i had friends over or would take off my clothes. When visiting others. And i still do that. I became known for being nude in otherwise clothes social settings and also of course among the few fellow new decided encounter. I moved to san francisco in my thirties. After participating nude in regulated events like the beta breakers race and the world naked bike. I eventually became one of the city's notorious street. Nudists until the nudity band was passed in two thousand twelve. I mean nudity is our default state to be ashamed of or offended by the human body is to be ashamed of or offended by simply being human. I don't buy the argument that we should always defer to those who are offended by nudity. Most of us are frequently faced with behaviors refined objectionable but we are seldom harmed by them. I guess i consider myself somewhat of an activist for body freedom and body acceptance including my own aging body. I guess i tend to push the envelope both for my own sense of wellbeing. And because i think the world needs that particular envelope pushed more recently. I have finally added some more traditional mattress experiences to my resume such as visiting resorts and going on a few nude cruises and now i'm finding it challenging to be perceived as part of the problem of the ageing nato at nudist community. Although i actually do understand it the movement definitely needs new blood and i value young nature. S who have a presence. But i'm rubbed wrong when they make negative remarks about the prominent visibility of naked old men. I've always been visible nudist. Since i was seventeen both in the default world and more recently online and i don't intend to stop now just because i'm aging and sometimes old men are the only ones willing to put ourselves out there. I actually have no idea as to what your response my particular brand of very public real world nudism will be for all. I know you may disapprove but i have a lot of appreciation and respect for your contributions and for this show so i just wanted to say hello and to invite you to reach out if you're so inclined. Thanks so I i want to tell you. Andrew that i really appreciate that you live through some very difficult times and that you stood up for things that made a lot easier for people today And i'm glad you persevered. And i'm glad you didn't give in and i don't think that anyone is actually saying old men are problem but i can see how would feel that way because it is almost like a joke. Isn't it It's not that old men at our problem it's that clubs and are only populated by old man because they are not Marketing themselves are making relevant themselves to young people. are not attracting anybody and that creates places that are not growing and where only older men generally tend to be And it tends to be older men because single women in the older generational come in a new generation. It seems to be single. Women are coming without younger men But that's the next episode episode one twenty four and we'll talk about that then. I am actually interviewed a number of women at barracks summer. So little preview of what's coming up but back to what you were saying andrew And you know. I am totally for nudity rights You said you weren't sure whether i was going to agree with your type of nudity. No i would have have. I would have been right there with you. Walking around san francisco when it was legal. Unfortunately it's not anymore as you heard But when it was legal. I would absolutely been there and i would. I think that was great because body. Acceptance is body. Freedom is a very very important concept to nature wrists but it's not actually nature them and and again i prefer nature's and if you wanna use nudism i don't care it's not as long as we mean the same thing. We're trying to make the world a better place who cares. I understand your point that nature ism sounds more like it's all about you know being a naturalist and being about birds and butterflies and plants and all that stuff which are great things to protect. Don't get me wrong but in europe. Nature 'isms definitely the term that people are using and I just think that because it's actually not about nudity. Body freedom and body acceptance is about nudity and again that's a great thing but nature. Ism is about a lot more than that. It's not about nudity. Nudity is more of the tool Especially in ethical nature. As i describe it to get people to except Except themselves for who they are their own body Get comfortable with what what it is and by taking your clothes off you kind of forced to accept that because you're letting received you can't hide behind closed anymore. You can't hide who you are. And it's also about showing respect for others because you're not doing that because you are presenting your truth and excel to others and not pretending to be something more or different than what you really are. And it's about living a more natural life hence to nature ism aspect natural meaning that This is the way we were meant to be in a natural way. This is our natural state Of course with that comes though an appreciation for living with the rhythm of the nature and what our bodies and and that of course comes respect for nature because we feel acquire more part of it than we do when we cloak ourselves in the drug. The grow garb of society So so i think we. We agree because i agree with what you're doing but i'm doing. I'm talking about something slightly different as well. And when an ethical. Nature's i'm what i'm talking about isn't a nature them and even the nudism in north america that was being described at the middle of the twentieth century. So it but i created the scale that goes from recreational nature ism or nudism to ethical nature's nudism To recognize the fact that that philosophy that ideology has gone away For a lot of people who have been forgotten or it's been watered down and some people just enjoy being nude and nature and nudist clubs for its own sake so in that case it's more about you know just a right to be nude and being comfortable nude and not having to follow rules that says you shouldn't be comfortably. You should be ashamed and embarrassed and offended by your own image. That's wrong and i totally agree. So i think we agree but i think i'm also sometimes talking about the same thing you are but also sometimes talking about something slightly different Where did nudity is no longer just a right or it's about freedom. The nudity is about doing more and changing how we interact with each other. See ourselves and see others so about all good things. I think you'll agree Andrew gave us a link to His wordpress Blog the naked gentlemen. And i will put that in.
"yogi" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Yogi and 5 90, the docks station. I'm John Baxter. This is John Baxter Show while we continue in a search for a president or a president elect, and the counting continues. There are results from this 2020 election that are profound for the people of the United States and the people live in Illinois, and I welcome investor Richard Epstein. The Hoover Institution. A senior fellow, He teaches law at the University of Chicago as well as in you. And Richard, you have written of the fair tax that was on the ballot in Illinois. And I have this breaking news from Chicago W T T W reporting. In a blow to Governor J. B. Pritzker and to his hopes of injecting billions of dollars more revenue into the state budget. Illinois voters rejected A constitutional amendment to overhaul how the state taxes income, a result that portends budget cuts and overall income tax hike or a combination of both. With 98% of precincts reporting. This is some hours old, but it follows the trend. The question was trailing 55 to 45% in favor. Ah, hurdle too high to clear, Even outstanding ballots continued to be counted. A report that as of Thursday the ballot initiative had been defeated. This was much ballyhooed by the governor. You have brought my attention to it some weeks ago. Mr Pritzker spent his own fortune, which is considerable. $56 million of it. He was matched near to by a very wealthy hedge fund. Man. Can Griffin 50 more $4 Million, But most important today is that you wrote about this in defining ideas the day before the election. What is the fair tax that the people of Illinois have rejected it? And what is an alternative? Good evening to you? Well, a fair tax. This is a word that you put in quotes but this means it's a progressive or graduated tax. And what that means is that not only that you pay more money is to earn more money because that's also true under Flat tax. But the percentage of money that you pay in taxation goes up with the amount that you weren't on DH In the case of people who earned a couples over million dollars, not only with the top bracket B higher close to 8%, but also all the lower bracket stuff would be wiped out. And you have to pay an 8%. Ironically bad tax flat tax if you were in over a million dollars, so somebody who earns a million dollars the current rate of 4.95% up from about 3% a couple of years ago. Ah, that would be essentially a $30,000 tax. And the great fear that many people had is, folks who are going to have to pay. An extra $30,000 to stay in the state may decide to change their residents. This is not as hard as you might think it to be. Many people, particularly people have in million dollar incomes of more have multiple residences, and you can simply drop the Chicago is your principal resident. Sign up to vote somewhere else. Move your car spend a little bit more time there in self. Then you're out of it. One of the people who could do that, of course, can Griffin I don't know how many millions of dollars. He's worth billions of dollars. But hey, lives in Chicago now, and he probably has seven of the homes in any time he would like he could make some other one of those homes is permanent resident and that will do in this thing, so the experience that other states have shown People leaving when the tax goes high means that instead of getting more revenue from the same number of people, you lose the really rich people and you don't get much more revenue, you probably lose revenue. The rich you are, the more easy it is to switch money around from place to place and a 3% taxes actually large enough to provoke those kinds of reactions. It's not just 3% for this year is 3% of the foreseeable future. And so long as Democrats remain in power, and Chris got the whip hand, That rate can go from 8 to 9 to 10% because there was nothing in the constitutional amendment that allowed for progressive tax that captain at 8%. The New York Times weighed in on this, and you have been generous to quote The New York Times. Especially the part where they were selling the Illinois fair tax quote. Say yes to fair taxation and quote well. That always turns on this. Most Americans says the time except the common sense case for progressive taxation. Those who have more ought to contribute more to the society that is the foundation. Of their prosperity. End quote. How do you answer Richard? Well, I mean, first of all, flat tax does the same thing. It means as you go up, you contribute more. It's also the case that if you look at the expenditure side 50 60 years ago, much more money was spent on public goods like roads and infrastructure. Today, much more spent on transfer payments. So even with the flat tax, there's a huge amount of redistribution from rich to pour. And what the governor is trying to do is to jump that up. So it's not as though that you don't have any redistribution. You don't have enough. The second thing is, this is an echo of Elizabeth Warren's famous mine away. These rich people ride on roads that poor people pay for out of the general tax revenue. Well, it turns out that the people who Richard also pay Mohr in property taxes, they probably pay more in certain kinds of service taxes. The taxes in some sense, regressive I. It takes a larger share of the income from poor people to sail back from Richard people. But if you want to think about, but total dollar impact, this is no contest whatsoever. Many, many more dollars collected from rich folks from poorer folks. And it's even a ripple effect. You remove a very rich person from town, all the gardeners or the house cleaners, all the service people, the Julius and so forth. They're going to lose income as well. So that would you have to worry about in this case is whether or not when rich person gets a quote unquote good deal from the flat packs. Are the expenditures that he or she makes the other people are going to sort of keep the community more rich or richer than would otherwise be and those sources of income will disappear. There's a kind of a rough the urn, which says that if you're a great innovator, and you put up a billion dollar company that is one that makes you a billion dollars, you've probably generated $9 billion where the surplus that can be shared by everybody else from your employees, suppliers and customers and so forth. So if you're trying to figure out how you grow up, I I think I can suffer somebody earning a billion dollars, much of which you will give away anyhow, if it's going to generate collateral benefits of $9 billion for everybody else, So there's a very strong, egalitarian impulse in American taxation today on I'm on the other side of that question, I think in Germany qualities in fact and approve the position of the worst off, which is one of the tests that you want to always ask..
"yogi" Discussed on My Seven Chakras
"If you're on the part of spirituality, , you've probably come across the Book Autobiography for Yogi and Other Yogurt books. . They talk about these mystical Himalayan yogis would live for a hundred and ten honored and twenty, , one, , hundred, , thirty years or even beyond that what are the secrets? ? How are they able to live deal such an ordeal and more importantly power they were retain their youthful glow in the air vigour and energy. . Even at such an orphanage are all those stories just mitts and rumors are is there some truth to what they're saying today I'm going to attempt to tell you at least one secret that might be key to living longer and I'm going to tell you how you can apply these secrets. . Into your life to live longer once I've action tribe Asia here, , host and founder of my seven chuckers my seven chuck dot com the place where we help you expedience healing awakening and abundance. . While what are you? ? It has been right. . So many changes corona wireless masks, , social distancing staying at home, , and of course, , the implications of all of this on our mental health, , our jobs, , our relationships, , and the entire word and this phase. . Has Allowed a lot of us to really go inwards and find out what we're truly passionate about and how we can align with our life's book, , and for me this is really affirm to me that Mike Calling lies in helping you heal yourself Gombe yo mind and relax your diabetes and I've been meaning to do more of these solo episodes but you know what? I ? just don't WanNA create episodes for the sake of it. . Which is why I took the time to go inwards, , get more clarity and alignment on exactly. . I'm here to do and be a sponge and really dive into the stories into the practices dealt out experimented on myself and research all of the stuff that will help you my friend lead a better quality life and I feel that I'm ready to share because I have honestly missed connecting one with you. . I do the interviews but this thing that we have here. . That especial so I appreciate you listening and I want to do more of this but the question for today's what is the longevity secret of the Himalayan. . Yoga. . So to attempt to answer this question, , let's I stand the a lifestyle. . Most of these Yogis were live high up in the mountains inside kids where there was record and with less oxygen at that elevation what would they eat? ? They would <hes> mostly various and fruits and food available out in nature, , and they would have bath in the cool cool waters of the rivers Gord explosion, , and of course, , they will also do. . Yoga. . And they would also do. . Dancing practices to align themselves to purify their energy and to connect with the universe. . But have you noticed something about people living high up in the mountains whether it's mountains in Tibet or Himalayas are Switzerland or the Andes? ? These people they seem happy. . This seem youthful they seem radiant. . They seem fit. . So can there be something about the oxygen. . Our lack of oxygen there might be factor in this three words action tribe brief. . Intermittent hype boxer I'm going to explain more but hold onto these words. . Brief intermittent hypoc show you somewhere in the nineteen thirties. . Russian scientists discovered that when you reduce the desired level of oxygen in your blood for a brief period of time that are many positive outcomes outcome such as increased level of haemoglobin production. . Production of nitric oxide, , which defends the body and especially the tissues against oxidative damage and prevents erectile dysfunction in men, , and also another benefit is the increase assocation of stem cells which have the unique capacity to differentiate into worship. . Any kind of cell in your body, , which has major implications for healing and longevity. . So these Russian scientists discover amazing benefits of brief intimate hype box. . Here I know it's a lawful, , but they were busy trying to replicate this in their elite athletes and perform us, , and they will literally Dick these high-performance athletes on helicopters to high altitudes where there is less oxygen they created these hypo Barak. . Chambers to systematically reduce oxygen levels and gas mixtures that contained ten percent oxygen, , even less than that to induce intimated HYPOC boxy conditions in the body. .
"yogi" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"My. Thoughts. And that's. We have it's very liberating to accept. They slide to be self and I. Really Talk About in the book it was. Shocking to. Name it, but shocking experience to go to an Ashram in Melbourne and they have the Ashram around Stralia in the world. And now is is really fear driven. I felt atmosphere, and we're very heavy on. You WanNa. Latch away leggings. You weren't allowed to wear fitted clause because that might incite lost. You had to do these do that. Don't do this, and they were they senior teachers. He kind of would walk around in like police. And I remember thinking on, and you know at the end we we chant for our about divine, these enjoy that main. Meanwhile, it was a very joyous atmosphere. And then later on, I was doing research about sexual abuse within the community for not cool, and came upon all these transcripts from the child. What are they called? The Royal Commission on Child Sexual Abuse and they mentioned this particular Ashram and later of the Ashram. Had Been Abusing underage people, and what was most disturbing to me, was that his senior female teacher had been assisting him and everyone in the Ashram at the time. Probably we're not everyone, but most people probably had a pretty good idea of what was going on. And I. Get chills thinking about it now. Because the woman who is leading the Ashram and I. Think she's probably still there. She said in the court documents. Yeah, but those those girls could be pretty flirtatious and I just. My blood runs called thinking that this the abuse happened I think twenty years ago, but people who able to steal their. Attitudes is still there and I think. If you daren't acknowledged the shudder. I mean sure it's nice to say we've got to do it, but. If, you're in one of those yoga communities where quite closed leaving environment if the group doesn't acknowledge, the group showed then abuse can flourish in. It happened in that I. Think the Sheva I. Don't want to name the wrong, but there was another one in Melbourne that happened and and the effect on the people I mean you rate about people who've gone through abuse in the Catholic Church and they talk about when faith and abuse mixed the thing that you really relied on you to get through tough times is tainted. In one of the survivors I talked to the article said. We held these state. You're in high esteem, and when he's being in charge of your awakening, suddenly that awakening itself seems false. And one of the students edge. We were taught. This is one of the transcript. She said that there was. That, the higher up the person who abused you, ause and I'm getting a bit dark on. Sorry but. The closer to awakening. And I it's horrific because I think we can talk about these things as if they're in the past. Oh, yeah! We know about these things that would never happen, but I think that thing about that kind of abusive power source subtle and happens by degree little bit by little bit. It's not to someone corners you in an alley. And we look at the stuff with beaker. Muruga and read about anything how that happened, but it's that group mentality and I think I, know from my own experience in training and I kind of take the piece out of it in the book, but evening class of students. They was his feeling of. We're not getting it this not something wrong with us, and we're not trying hard enough, not Yogi enough. And that's why quoted. Bad Ye this idea that we Yogi can ease toxic in. And your Geeky Nafis accepting that we're titled Bags of neurotic whatever and that's okay, that's fine. Yeah exactly. Yeah. No, it's really interesting. I mean I had a workshop experience recently. I won't go to on. I had a bit of a rant on facebook about. Just the group dynamics like you said it just sort of. There was one person that same to bit outside from the group to begin with and towards the end he sort of. Made certain comments about a different I guess guru. And this person was quite forcefully and furiously rejected from the group. And that in itself, I don't think there was probably any other way that. That could have happened, but just because he was being really disruptive. Yeah, yeah, but it just sort of I found it quite scary. How the group just? The idea that you're not allowed to say that. This isn't the right place to say that I K- yell had lots of money to be here. This is what we paid for right. It's inconvenient. Eventually and. India just how group unified against this person. Interesting and I. Don't know I, feel like in certain contexts within the the cycle spiritual community. Even the language we use can lead us towards the sister nation, which is not gary in what way what language I guess when we say things like like you mentioned before that. We should. Anything saying we should be arriving at a particular destination I. think sits up things for. That's interesting because I guess it's also about responsibility, and I think about someone like Marianne Williamson who in the. Spiritual world and she talks a lot about. If you become a your your teacher off you going to spiritual stuff, somehow you can't have that spiritual bypass way you educate yourself for responsibility for the world. You still have to speak. Happy still have to do what's right. It's not just looking at yourself and your all. That's just my issue. You do have to speak up and she leads me to a question. I was just about to us because we all identified this issue in this dynamic in different places that we've Bainian. Where to from here, like what do you do when you kind of sense that current in the room and that feeling of group mentality and maybe? It, not feeling rush figure. Yeah, look I think on a big advocate of the Middle Way, not demonizing any one particular group and don't think we and is just a different Hubbard. Great mentality really looking. Right is group on facebook. It's women riders, and it can get quite hated in there about you not allowed to say this Weirdo that word. You're not allowed to say. Hey, guys because that's. Agenda. And Look I, I understand, but I think we can meet the bigger picture, a little bit and sorry I think when you're in situations where there is that group feet think one you have to think easy, actually worth saying. Is it kind of it is I think it's coming at it from A. Not, a position of opposition, but we've all got the same goal. And maybe this idea is impinging that goal so not coming at it from UTICA, there's enough polarization as it is, but you still have to be direct and. One of the things I've noticed in yoga world. Well, not. I'm being kind of generalizing, but they can be tendency to Heggie bits, and you don't really say something to strongly. There's that wishy-washiness. No, that's never what it's about. It's about really tapping into that fire and children, the Buddhist nuns. She says it's not about becoming this personality Bliss Blob. It's about bracing the spice in the fire and and taking responsibility. Yeah that. I think that's a really good perspective. As well because the phone training I was just in those little discussion about owning what we feel and using I. Statements and not being kind of like waste. Vince about like Oh. Yeah, this thing happens in society, but actually like I. Feel like this or I feel like something just happened here and maybe we should all have a bit of a look at that, because think no one can argue with you about how you feel And that's exactly what you're saying that being authentic and speaking up but not. Speaking for anyone, but yourself may agree in that situation I. Think the other thing that I. Am I'm noticing myself hedging my bets about how to say this, but I think that there's I statements. I think they're great and we can also sleep into. I'm offended, or I'm heard. Therefore, you've done something wrong that that sense of that victim place. And? Even though it's easy important to earn your truth, it's about earning it a not holding others responsible like it's your job to say how you feel. But it's not anyone else's job to fix that. Does that make sense? Yeah,.
"yogi" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Determination when he feels lost. It's impossible to walk away from this book. Without feeling hopeful, a summary of the book makes it really sound powerful, it says the girl with allowing voice is a novel by Bobby, d'auray D. A. R. E.. With an accent in this rousing tale of courage, and pluck a fourteen year old Nigerian girl is sold into servitude by her father when her mother, a proponent of education passes away. You will root for a Dooney as she endeavors to escape her. Sorry and often harrowing lot, and applaud the kind of strangers who bore buoy. And her spirits. I have linked to this list in the show notes and I've been talking with Amazon's publicist about having a member of the Royal Books Team on next week's show so that we can find out more about this book and the others on the list. They do a great job of just pouring over all the books that that come across their way, and there's nothing related to promoting books by Amazon, publishing or anything other than just having a team of book. Lovers decide which books really. Are Worth considering so I value the work they do, and this'll be valuable list to to consider. Finally I've got a comment from John Aga. That I received. Len I recently purchased a fire. She eight plus tenth generation for my wife's birthday I am currently using fire HD ten seventh generation. One of my favorite features is immersion reading I found the find the sound quality on my fire. HD tend to be tinny when playing an audible edition, the other hand my wife's fire. Plus sound warm, and definitely not tinny. It is closer to the fond memory. I still have the sound quality veal fire Hda ex I would like to get your opinion of the sound quality difference. Well I am going to try it because as it happens I have a fire hd ten and in HD eight, plus so we'll cue something up. Get the same audio to listen to and play it for you before my high-quality Yeti. Blue Blue Yeti microphone. See if you can hear the difference and I'll tell you if.
"yogi" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Really cool. 'cause all the all the monks nine that plum village, the Buddhist maximum. They that the books. And out. A. He said that your submission to pair lacks they run it by the whole board out there, and it's got a I remember. Some of those people that are on the board from when I was seventeen and And of course I read about signal hunting Saltwater Buddha so so it was neat to. Link back up with them that way. Yeah, well, let's so the book. The title is mop rides. The waves of life and who is mop I some autobiographical elements I would guess, but when you think of mop and describe him to somebody. How do you describe him? Well, mop is a kid would use the mop. Of Hair. All he's got a big air, so people call them up because his air looks like a mop super curly. and. Again! That is somewhat autobiographical, big curly hair, but and I did as a kid, and I was teased about it as a kid as mop. It's Were you ever rolled up? I wasn't ever called. Not I was called Y! Teased about is I would run down the soccer field play. Lots of sports and people would say. Don't look at his hair. Like my hair alone would ju- Vantage then. Exactly so but I i. was you know I? Take a little offence to it? I tried to laugh it off, but then I would also blush really obviously as a kid like my face would turn bright red, if I was embarrassed and one of my best friends. Was your riot favor? WHO's a famous world champion UFC fighter now? Oh, and he. Was a really thick, skinned great athlete. Total Alpha male in his DNA, and he would say Jamal Your faces getting he I make fun of my hair. Then he'd call everybody over and say look Jamal's face, turn bright, red, and do as a party trick and that he get me until I was like fuming. You know. Tackle try to tackle. Of course. He could beat me out so. Anyway this was probably mop is probably unconscious way of processing some of that old trauma. It's funny. I'm still friends with your. I am talking with them later today and now tease him a little bit about the fact. That teased me. And then the other autobiographical thing about it, is that mops mom teaches them mindfulness, which my mom kind of played that role for me to shoes. Yogi and meditators and still isn't a teacher but mop is a kid who lives the life I kinda wanted to live..
"yogi" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The country we know that this can spread explosively if it gets out of control that's why we have to be so careful we're all tired of waiting at home we want to get out I want to get back in the gym we want to get back to our allies who want to get our economy back but at the same time if we go too fast it will backfire and we can see explosives read that could bring us back in fundamentally it's not just the lockdowns that are keeping us at home it's the virus the virus is the enemy here and you know Chris yogi Berra said if people don't want to go to the ballpark how you gonna stop if people aren't feeling safe going out they're not going to go to dine to the shop to do other things that's why it's so important that we get our economy back soon we start safe well you say starts right as we just sad forty eight states have re opened to some degree some businesses some parks and beaches do you think we're moving to the soon to reopen our viewers is great there's a very very low risk of spread out of doors so by all means go out take a walk bicycle enjoy nature it's good for you it's good for your health and there's some businesses that are you central and there some businesses they can start with minimal risk the other things that are going to be harder to do without without a lot of safety measures so we're going to see not shaking hands for a while we're going to see using hand sanitizer a lot we're going to see facemask word spreading widely where you're within six feet of someone especially if you're indoors there are things that we can do so that we start the safer doesn't mean you have to stay home forever does mean we have to be careful because if you get the virus it's not just about you getting sick you could without feeling sick spread it to your neighbor's kid who has leukemia and they could get deathly ill we're all in this together we're fighting a virus that is a really difficult enemy to fight and it's still out there it's going to be there the more we're safe from this virus actually the more will be safe from the flu as well those things we do to physically distance those are gonna cut down our flu level as well and if everybody gets a flu vaccine this fall that will be helpful to just keep in mind this is a lot worse than the flu this is ten times deadlier it spreads much more readily it's more likely to kill you and we don't have any immunity naturally and we don't yet have a vaccine.