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"ziva" Discussed on Sounds of Science

Sounds of Science

03:05 min | Last month

"ziva" Discussed on Sounds of Science

"Had to fight. I had to fight all throughout and had to fight also to go to college hit but i am glad it was a good fighter. Put up well. i mean. We're glad you did because we're going to get into How cool some of your new workers. But in the meantime what do you think. Drew your attention to fungi. All this is such a fun question. So you're not intense grade. Mary we had a very good biology teacher and we had to learn about in the tenth grade interaction. School learn about the life cycles of microbes. Okay and i really got so fascinated by fungi. This fascination continues till today for my first degree. I majored with some focus on. Plant pathology right So i didn't know what. I was doing to fight to go to school to college. The college was closed by. I agreed okay. I wouldn't go far. I'll go to the closes college. They had major in. Botany took major in. Botany and they had plant pathology and that really got me even more into learning about fungi. And the more. I learn the more i was fascinated fun so worsening on day. They really are fascinating there on class. Their own them doesn't matter. They are beautiful very mysterious. That's why they keep me going 'til today. I'm like every time. I discover something. And i said whoa. I didn't know about this so it started with a tenth grade teacher. And then obviously you took some more classes but what finally convinced you that this could be a career. Well so you know once. I completed my bachelor's in botany. I wanted to focus on microbiology especially my college. So remember i'm talking about the seventies okay. There was just one institute that offered my college in. Bombay and i was lucky to get admission of course it was a challenge on all fronts. Now i've done my bachelor's why am i doing my masters and why am i going far away. It was not far away to half an hour train ride and also from the university. You know i had good grades in my bachelors. I was a distinction student. I was still not thinking about making fungi as a career right. I'll just living my passion. I was just excited about fungi. Mike korea started when i east my master's degree masters class winning csi for a fellowship for ceus. Ar fellowship is council of scientific and industrial research. Fellowship it's it was a lot of money. I was so excited. It was a salary for technician. You know a senior technician..

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"ziva" Discussed on Sounds of Science

Sounds of Science

05:06 min | Last month

"ziva" Discussed on Sounds of Science

"Biotechnology and medical device companies. She is also mad about my college. Having fallen in love with fungi at an early age she has written and edited books and articles on the topics of fungi and the prevention of contamination in clean rooms and she is here today to talk about her career and her passions. Welcome ziva thank you mary. I'm glad that i'm so glad to have you here. I hope you feel welcome. So can you For the benefit of our listening audience. Tell me about your education and your experiences before college. Absolutely this is something. I'm never asked So i'm going to. I'm gonna share this for the first time. I was born in a very religious community in india. Red goals or matt off at age anywhere between thirteen to sixteen years of age. But i was fortunate that my mother had admitted me in a local. Anglo indian montessori school. Well this montessori school teacher somehow convince my mother to admit me in a zero astronauts cool again. This is in bombay. India and my mother agreed school. Life was not fun. I'm not actually familiar with that type of school could you. Could you explain a little bit with what about at the montessori or disarray asturian zoroastrian. But we might as well explain both okay. So montessori the anglo indian mantra story. School is when you know. We had british ruling india so the makes marriages between the indians. And the british. And their progeny was called anglo indian so they had a lot of british customs but they also spoke english language. It a great school. A montessori school was great. I learned to eat with four cannot spoon not knife for cancun and learn some basics of playing piano. Zero ashton is the most ancient religion. Imprompt paras-perez is iran. Today dead tenants are good thoughts. Good words good deeds and they are very. Prominent philanthropist in india so restaurants moved from iran or pariahs many many years ago but they really did advance education in india and this school was built by kavas jihong gear a prominence arash and lower of education and arts. And that is the school i went to. It was not the school that we know. Today it was a good cool. The girls were not only groomed in academia but also as being a good housewife so we had to learn gardening cooking cleaning embroidery sewing handicrafts. Everything and if you feel three subjects whether it be gardening cleaning an embroidery you fail the class. It was a strict school very interesting. I wish more those schools today. Mrs a total tangent. But i can tell you. I have a whole rant prepared about how kids are not given the typical home economics classes that they used to. I mean i never did but it sounds like it used to be something from sure there would be cooking in taking care of babies in sort of that sort of thing but they also teach you like how to balance a checkbook out to pay your taxes. And that's just not something. They teach in schools anymore. I wish they did. I wish you know the things we were taught. Mary was amazing. We grew vegetables like lettuce..

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"ziva" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays

Southern Tomfoolery Plays

06:53 min | 5 months ago

"ziva" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays

"To see a little bit more that like it's it's empty What you see is rose of of rigid plastic chairs lining the walls of this l-shaped room and there's a silver medal reception desk of course we recognize In the center of the room that houses the two employees workstations and a small computer is mounted to each workstation. This is where you grabbed. Were able to grab coun- reese's itinerary because she's the receptionists. They're still had pulled up when you came however there are no receptionist here now. Okay all right so just a preface. That i'm always trying to make sure for like any kind security shorts trolls cetera But still not touching the door. I do want to see if i can percent for it. Okay although dice are like in my trae second. Where else would i mean. Same hold on all my dyson in mantra his. No no no. I just want to crack. There's too many thanks to trae runneth over so confused. Hold on. I have all right here. Okay so that is gonna be a twenty six. Yeah the door looks pretty chill real chill up not to like choice trap on it right. Exactly it's untracked. It is perfect right. Amount of chill is the perfect level. It's got blue mountains on it. As kind of steps back from from inspecting the door but not really touching ziva would ask of. You've been here before you know what is in these other two doors and gesture to the ones on either side and a low tone. He says i haven't been past the receptionist at Ziva would step up and look at the door not touch it but these little the this map is kind of on angle so against the north west ish map. Our door rather Hear anything anything. Will you see. It says employs only on the door. Promising okay we've got to leave that one alone. Well we're outta rambler. Yes we're not. Employees is worth a shot. I mean you can look across. The other door also says employees only on as well. I didn't even see that one Okay so perception is a trapped is their. I mean we have broke perception an to. Yeah i mean. I'll back you go. Why would we not be. Let me see what. Y'all role in decide. I need to stroud saving your ass teen on the die. So nineteen plus fifteen list. That thirty four that many. I got that many It's not trapped. Put it does. It is locked. And i got a twenty six door. Same same deal. I don't give a shit with a three. He's just back there like digging for the last crumbs of the whale. Okay so I guess laser microphone on both of those doors to the side since we can't see through. Let's pick one showy. Let's pick the employs. Only all right then the west and north northwest with Yes so you put it up there and you do hear a sound kind of like a very like something kind of walking something. I thought it was. Yeah that sounds like some kind of century bought type shit or rightful. Well hold on hold on. I'm still gonna hold my rifle but gosh hold rifle Let's let's let's check the other door. I and so yeah go ahead and try the microphone on that one of each right Now there's nothing trapped about this door. I mean they're lopped leading to the the no. The reception is not locked employees. The doors are well. You know we got clear this thing room by room. I mean come on. Yeah yeah the question is how are we getting. The door is my gonna break it down. We're gonna pick the law. That's the question that's really mean if we can simul pale let's pick it. Let's pick it. Yeah i'm gonna get to bust the door down at some point and speaking a witch though he didn't. Didn't you realize that you made a mistake on your mistake. Now i have a clarification for the mistake. Let's 'cause i like announced that one thing was giving me a plus for two doors and it wasn't that thing but it was another thing. I was correct in that something is giving me bonuses bus down doors but it is my juggernaut boosters on my my armor upgrade nice nice kuyper. I will say the from your position in those blast. Doors that you can see. The reception. room has an exit kind of in the north part of the l. the exits to the east. There's another set of double doors on the on the back. You can't really make out. You know the angle you're at you can just see that their doors there but that's about it But yes you do have locked doors on either side of you. If you wanted to try to like open the doors quietly. It would be probably a computers check. Rather than an engineering tech engineering would force the door open. You know obviously bashing through with would not be stealthy but it is an option but if you want to do it stealthily..

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"ziva" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays

Southern Tomfoolery Plays

03:40 min | 6 months ago

"ziva" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays

"Ziva. I mean she. Can you explain to me. What happens to ziva when she tries to cast the spell like you. Just don't feel like your your connection cause your connection was through aren in abra right. You guys kind of mind melded together. In that moment on relishes in you gained that power from connection your mystic connection comes through orange and you just severed it okay and you feel that you know and so. Do you still feel that. It's there but it is so much harder for you to access you know and you think back to the time that you spent with orion aktan like learning this and the training that he you in a just feels muddied and and everything that you thought you knew about. It just seems just out of grasp She would kind of like stared. Her hands a little bit and then look at kuyper and look back at oran and she cited. The doctors performing. I can't do anything into. He's he's i can't heal him helped me. He's fine and she walks over and touch is orange forehead blackness he's gone you'll find him in one piece. Don't we can go once. This is done of course.

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"ziva" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays

Southern Tomfoolery Plays

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"ziva" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays

"Sort of wanted to wait until this episode I i cried after we got off off air. 'cause i thought i had made like a mistake But after after. I thought about it and everything i was like you know you were. You're playing your character. The way she would react Because everything that ziva did. She had a very good reason for like in her mind. She was one hundred percent making orrin better like she's helping him to feel better helping to relieve some of his his eight his pain. And that's that's a good thing. It's born out of a painful circumstance but like the doctor was saying you know she's familiar with that getting the best out of a bad situation. So i'm going to double down on my initial assessment and is much as it breaks my heart. I i think that ziva hundred percent that would have been her course of action just gone down like a chicken sandwich. Made with chicken brand yup. I'm ashamed to say that. I tried one of those anti to. I'll be honest with you on disappointed. It's both andrew yourself. I a young. i want to piggyback on. Emily's comment I also had trouble The day right after session as well. I had a lot of trouble sleeping. And i was even wondering whether i did something wrong. And i mean with the whole exchange that happened between the doctor and khyber etcetera. And even then even after that i'm a trying to like me and kuyper To play different thoughts on the matter and like the thing is is that it's it was hard to actually separate that at first. It was very hard to figure that out like where i had to like. Put pen to paper just to address my thoughts and try to identify. What the fuck. If where's the separation think. I hope that you figured it out 'cause That must be nice. I'll novel abc. Let's let's get into and see what the fallout from. This is gonna be. i mean we. We ended last week with the.

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Autopsies Show Inmates' Lungs Filling With Fluid As They're Executed

All Things Considered

05:01 min | 9 months ago

Autopsies Show Inmates' Lungs Filling With Fluid As They're Executed

"In a high security prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. Two federal inmates await their executions when tomorrow the next on Thursday as they wait. Their lawyers are asking the court to intervene because they say The drugs used to kill. The inmates will cause their lungs to fill with fluid as they die, and that in their final moments, they could experience the sensation of drowning. Those fears aren't unfounded, and just a quick warning for listeners. What you're about to hear may be upsetting. In the spring of 2017 on Arkansas inmate gasped and choked as he was executed the following year. In Ohio, an inmate heaved against his restraints struggling for air and a few months after that, in Tennessee, once again on inmate gasping for air and convulsing. All of these inmates were later found to have lungs filled with fluid. Now we can't ask them how painful their executions were, whether They amounted to cruel and unusual punishment, But what we can do is peer inside their bodies. For the past two years, a team and all things considered has been investigating the autopsies of inmates killed by lethal injection. We've obtained the largest collection of these autopsies ever assembled in the U. S. This collection spans decades of executions across the multiple states, and what our findings reveal is evidence of a death far less peaceful than what states promised when they adopted lethal injection decades ago. We begin the story in Atlanta, where I went in 2018 with producer Noah Caldwell to meet a doctor who made a startling discovery. Joel Zip. It works 80 hour weeks at Emory University Hospital. He's an anesthesiologist checking in on patients in the ice for you. So if temperatures is looking a little grade, and did you get to say, perhaps Mediate those? A few years ago, federal defenders in Georgia hired zip it to review a few autopsies of inmates executed by lethal injection. What I was asked The address was the blood levels of certain kinds of medications, but something else caught his eye and recognize that something was amiss. What did you see in the autopsy? So I began to see a pattern of organ failure instead of what I thought would be pristine findings instantaneous death. I began to see a picture that was more consistent with a slower death a death associated with suffering a painful death in autopsy after autopsy. What zip it saw were unusually heavy lungs, lungs swollen with fluid, which surprised him. It's not a common finding in autopsies. It's something you'd see in cases of, say. Congestive heart failure or sepsis, neither of which were happening here. He wanted a second opinion. So he contacted a colleague at Emory, a pathologist named Mark Edgar. I said I want you to look at these documents and just tell me what you think you see here because I think I'm seeing something here. That is a surprise to me now. Zip. It deliberately did not tell Edgar what had surprised him in those autopsies. But anger. He zeroed in on the exact same thing that zip it did. Lungs filled with fluid. He noticed frothy fluid in the nose. Same word kept popping up frothy material in the main bronc I the word frothy, frothy fluid in the upper and Lower airways. What they were seeing was a severe form of a condition called pulmonary, a Dema. Presence of froth was a troubling clue because it meant that inmates were still alive and trying to breathe as their lungs were filling with fluid. Xzibit and Edgar got a few dozen more autopsies from other states just to see Was this a fluke and similar words like frothy and fluid kept coming up to describe the lungs. It was a stunning finding, because here was some physical document that could answer a question that could otherwise not be answered, which was What exactly is the experience of a dying inmate? Ziva brought these findings to federal court in multiple states. It's evidence that is now at the forefront of legal challenges to lethal injection. For the past two years, The team at NPR has undertaken its own investigation. We expanded the scope of the data significantly, we obtained more than 300 inmate autopsies through Freedom of Information Act requests. They cover executions in nine states dating from 1992 2019. And what these autopsies show is that when inmates lungs or examined after their executions, pulmonary oedema occurred 84% of the time that was consistent across states. Medical experts say these findings are troubling. Because they mean it is very likely these inmates experience the sensation of drowning or suffocation before they die, and that many inmates were not being properly anesthetized.

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"ziva" Discussed on Bryllupsklokkerne

Bryllupsklokkerne

20:55 min | 1 year ago

"ziva" Discussed on Bryllupsklokkerne

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"ziva" Discussed on Bryllupsklokkerne

Bryllupsklokkerne

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"ziva" Discussed on Bryllupsklokkerne

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"ziva" Discussed on Bryllupsklokkerne

Bryllupsklokkerne

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"ziva" Discussed on Bryllupsklokkerne

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"ziva" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"ziva" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"To the show as well. Are there any other misconceptions about your area of expertise that you feel like people? Just don't understand I mean I said it before but I'm GonNa say it. Bears repeating bit so pervasive and nine. Is that people think they can't meditate. Because they can't clear their mind that the that really is the biggest thing keeping so many people crossing the subway the other day in the staff. What do you do as a meditation teacher? I saw these cringe. Can't do that is clear. My mind and this guy had clearly had zero meditation Convinced he was hell bent on the fact that he couldn't do it because he couldn't clear his mind. So I'm just GONNA. I'M GONNA be shouting this rooftops for a really long time. You don't have to clear your mind in order to get the benefits meditation. Eleven any parting advice to leave with the listeners. Today this is a trick question for me because for me. It's find a teacher that you trust in respect. Invest the time to learn meditation practice. Because it just makes everything else Better Lakers. Sweeter food tastes better. Your body is stronger asleep. It makes life so much more enjoyable. So that's my. That's my party. Was the final practice. Invest the time. And just do it. It's so worth it for you for your kids. Your everyone around you or awesome and all of the links to find you and yearbook and your courses are in the show notes on the summit defensive guys make sure to check that out but else people can find you and connect with you online. Yes so the book and online course courses. That's all at Ziba. Meditation Dot Com. I know it's a kind of weird word. But it's just the V. A. Ziegler Meditation her all over Social Media. Zeba Meditation Awesome. Emily thank you so much from here. This was super fund in the lightning. I'm definitely going to be checking out all of your resources and I know many others will as well. So thank you for sharing. Thank you for having me. Thank you for the body of work that you created in helping so many people especially parents because we need it off well and thanks to all of you for listening and sharing one of your most valuable assets your time with both of us were so grateful that you did and I hope that you will join me again on the next episode of the wellness. Mama podcast if you're enjoying these interviews would you please take two minutes to leave a rating or review on Itunes for me? Doing this helps more. He full to find the podcast which means even more moms and families can benefit from the information. I really appreciate your time and thanks as always for listening..

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"ziva" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"ziva" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"What happened. I realized that even the most naturally minded up. My friends were still using certain conventional toothpaste and shampoo because they weren't willing to sacrifice quality. They just weren't willing to have teeth white or hair that wasn't clean their natural options out there certainly and there are conventional actions that work really well but to find products that do both was almost impossible and thus wellness was born. I realized that there had to be a way to create the highest quality products. That also worked as well as any conventional alternative and we tackled the toughest I creating the first and only natural toothpaste that is fluoride and glycerine. Free it's based on my way recipe that I have been using for a decade. It contains calcium and hydroxy appetite to uniquely support the mineral balance in the mouth. It also contains things like Neem oil and green tea to support healthy bacterial balance and oral microbiome and to fight bad breath. You could be the first to try it for you and your family and to try our innovative natural hair care shampoo and conditioner at wellness dot com so again it's wellness with an E. ON THE END. W. E. L. L. E. S. S. E. DOT COM for people. Who are curious I am to? What is the practical way that the program works? Is it like an online course that you follow because it's something people can learn over time and then integrate without needing to follow something or what does it look like? That's exactly what I love about. Ziva book online and basically all trainings are designed to make you self sufficient. It is designed to give you the keys to the car and the driving instructions so that you can do this on your own for lunch. Meaning that let's see is on o'clock at night or ten equipment and you're in the room your kids you don't need to like go get an IPAD. Make sure it's charged in having on dim modes of the lights are coming in. There is the perfect speakers or headphones. Or there's Electrons are fired once you graduate. Which is a little bit of a secret thing? Always Meditation APPs out there. The free free meditation APPs. They're designed to keep tethered to your phone if they're free to you. That is getting their money off of advertising dollars. Which means that. They are monetize. How long your eyeballs are on your Nova new? But I don't want my eyeballs on my phone limits he she baptist and so the idea hit once you move through the online course. He had the tools to be for life so I don't know that I said this yet. But the technique is a factor of mindfulness. Meditation in manifesting. So the three ends. That's what we teach so with all my course it's about fifteen minutes a day for fifteen days so the ideal use makeup for kids get up wash it first thing in the morning before coffee and builds upon itself so the first three days are mindfulness mandates. Four through twelve. Learn the meditation unnaturally. The magic happens. That's where the rest comes. That's where you're actually giving something called mantra which is not a flow game. It's not a saying but it's a very powerful mind vehicle Word Miami's nine vehicle. That's kind of the key to Ziva car. So you get the hat and you use that Through twelve to become an expert in that we move onto the manifesting in that sounds a little little different. But it's not. It's you getting clear on what it is that you want in your life and I find that there's so many of us we've been in survival mode for so long it's easy for in our dreams especially as moms easy to start taking care of everyone else and and forget what you want and enjoy. I Love was manifesting piece for do it just for two minutes at the end of your meditation and it's time to start to ask a question such as what would. I love what I love right now. Not What should I do not let the kids need not making the most money not good on instagram? What would I love right in in? What I found is the combination of meditation. Manifesting is so much more powerful faster than either one alone consumer charges. I just got home. It's on and he said he was a yoga. Teacher named learn Ziva. He said this is linked. Jet Fuel Spiritual. Eating a lot of US may think that we're manifesting might even thinks that we're praying over. Accidents doing is complaining and we don't even realize it or asking questions like why can't I lose this weight? What's wrong with my husband's like why? Why does she get a job? And I didn't end if you start to ask questions. You're going to get terrible answers. The after body can't lose this way. Your Body will answer that question you ask. Why does she have a boyfriend? I don't again your your body will answer that question so instead I teach people how to remember their dreams how to ask us this very secret time right and left hemispheres of the brain function in unison to plant the seeds for everything that you want to create task questions. Like how much money would I love to hear? What was my dream? Relations body feel like what has made dream schedule. Look like with my family with my dream. Relationships look like and then you start to move towards the positive setup away. I love that. I think that's another thing that I've heard. You say that I love so much is about the question we ask ourselves Because I think so many times we do that more in our head than we do. We wouldn't ask slow things of a friend or we wouldn't talk like that to other people but we have that script running in our head and then you're right. Our brain answers the question So even that simple reframe is so amazing it at the beginning you talked a little bit about at tation energy. I WANNA go a little bit deeper on that. If you don't mind and talk about how meditation helps replenish that. And what are the benefits of that? So I defined adaptation energy as your ability to handle a demand durability to handle a change expectations so as MOMS leader dealing with your changes. Expectation demands all day every day. You thought you were going to sleep until seven high. Your kids woke up at six. You thought you had eggs in uh-huh you realize you didn't have any was. GonNa be no traffic drive. Your school turns out with the parking lot. Another league for school. You thought you were going to get a lung by to Ha- conference Louis nearly to give your kid. It's just a constant stream of demands concentration of changes expectation and these. These demands are burning up something that we call adaptation energy and if you run out of adaptation energy and then you have another demand then your body is going to launch into fight or flight whether you read eat. Pray love or not whether you read. The seven habits of highly effective people are not because we don't act in accordance what we know we act in accordance with the baseline level of stress in our nervous systems. We all know how we should be acting. None of us are doing it. Because we're stressed. We shouldn't drink a bottle of wine at night when we shouldn't be binge on Netflix until two in the morning. Maybe we shouldn't be going instagram for an hour. We do it anyway. Because we're in so if you start meditating everyday twice a day not only. Are you getting rid of that stress? You're filling up your reservoirs with this adaptation energy into does it take way to demands no when it does that it increases your ability to elegantly handle with maps so instead of freaking out and having a full-blown fighter flight stress reaction. On your kids by six o'clock at night because you're exhausted is a huge meditative. You have more patients who have creativity have some more gas at a team to handle the flow of got it. Yeah that makes me think of Several years ago cautious probably like five. Now I hit a point where I thought I was GONNA have a nervous breakdown because I was so stressed and probably I had no adaptation energy left but I had business and family and just all the things on my plate and I had this moment where I realized in business everything just automated it flows. I have systems. It's so easy I get that part but at home I feel like I'm just treading water or juggling plates all the time and I finally had this moment of clarity to realize it because business I have systems and objectives in. Kpi's and goals. And I run things according to a plan whereas at home I'm just trying to juggle everything in my head all the time so for me. Part of it was figuring out how to put practice systems in place at home that reduce stress. I didn't have those open loops all the time and I didn't like I was constantly having to adapt but I think you have the other piece of the puzzle. Which is that you have to give your brain the ability to have more at patient energy with the two of those. I feel like that's extremely for MOMS because we do have more typically more on our plates than most people in society and we're juggling alive for managing the official sponsor emotional responsibility for our kids and food and house in job a lot of time. So I love that you talk about that. That's so important. Yes thank you for illustrating such a beautiful idea of how to get out of that survival mode. It's a gift to be creative system to close as open loops. That's that's another way to give yourself more adaptation energy. All open cycles are burning adaptation energy as well. So it's two fold you WANNA increase your capacity but whenever possible. We also removed the demand or delegate demand or systematized so it is harbor. Answer that makes sense We get near the end of our time. I always love to ask a couple of questions and the first being other than your own which of course will be linked in the show notes if there is a number of books that have dramatically impacted your life and if so what they are and why so thinking about this a lot and I'm going to go old school and go to the book of it in high school and it was Ayn rand. The fountainhead. And I read it. I was a literature class. And it's basically I mean it can be some people call the capitalism manifesto and it can be taken out of context or taken too far. I'm very much celebrating. The individual in the ego ideas ego is thing. That's propelling society forward. But I read it at a time where I was in a small town and I was you know making straight A.'s on the lead in the play and I was. I was sixty of succeeding in a lot of different areas of my life and I think I was giving a little bit of Tall Poppy Syndrome and I started feeling like I would rather people like me than be my best because I started to ask Excelling in these different areas. At least my perception was that I was making other people uncomfortable. Or they didn't like me now. I could just been me in that time. People like me. I don't I don't know but I'm started diminishing myself playing small and trying to make other people who better by not being in my full power. I read this book. I think it was junior and it really changed my life. It allowed me to into migrants allowed me to see will need diminishing myself is not helping. Lift anyone else up. And that and I quote Mary Williamson. Which is you know it's our. It's our light. That most frightens is not our darkness in place mall as you step into your inspire other people to do the same. That in the phone hadn't really really young age. I love that. That's a new recommendation and I'm actually going to read it because I had those thoughts as well like there's times when I was worried that if I was like fully myself I would it be intimidating or like too much or like people wouldn't like me because of that and so that actually really resonates with me. I'll make sure those are linked.

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"ziva" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"ziva" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Healing on a cellular level. It's changing your nervous. System was giving a harbor upgraded like upgrading your computer and and ultimately elegant software. If you have a more advanced computer into the end of the day we're going to have to do both above the hard drive and the software so thank you for that. So beautiful down nearly science rabbit hole so when the body watches into fight or flight than we go into sympathetic in which is the body is basically preparing for predatory attack. This comes out of millions of years of pollution protecting us from Tigers Lions bears. So let's say you're in the woods tiger jumps on you with the intent to kill. Your body will launch into a series of chemical reactions. The first thing that happens is your digestion will flooded acid shutdown gestion waste any of that adjusted energy. All the energy seiner pleaded Tiber. That's an affable. See onto your skin so that you don't taste. They should get into by the tiger. Your House evacuates you can rely on your feet blood fixing coagulates so that if you get bitten into you don't lead to death. Your vision will narrow your immune system goes to the back burner because who cares if you're going to get cancer if you're about to be killed by a tiger again. Many all Hanson deck so this series of category actions is very useful if your demands or predatory attacks but if your daily demands our kids and inlaws and deadlines in school projects in emails in traffic than fighter. Flight thing his become maladaptive is this allowing us from performing at the top burke game. This backlot of accumulated is making us stupid. Sick in slow as a species and so when we start meditating what happens. Is We go in thirty to forty five seconds Nervous which means that at a bulk rate decreases. Which doesn't you're GONNA gain weight. This is the rate with which consumes oxygen breathing slows. Your heart rate slows. Your body temperature cools and then within less than a minute introducing dopamine serotonin which are alkaline in nature and they always agree at nature's antidote to cortisol internal which are stress hormones. Those are acidic by nature and ever studied Arabic medicine. Acid Eagles inflammation and inflammation is the basis all chronic disease. And so if. You're crying flamed for chronically stress in the body is just a little bit to set a little bit too hot when we start meditating not only clear apnea adrenaline cortisol. We start putting the Alkaline in nature this is why according to tests and waiver. Forget the name of the other university. But there's two universities who've done studies on how meditation can reverse your body age says eight years he's wake forest actually said some are up to fifteen but you can reverse your body age from her between eight to fifteen years with meditation and there was another study. That came out so that you can reverse your brain age. The average meditators at fifty has the brain of a twenty five year old and this is based on neurogenesis neural activity and also the strengthening of something called the Corpus Callosum. Which is the way strip that connects right in cinemas fears of the brain? So I mean this all sounds too good to be true and people like what do you mean medidation can do this business but really the question we should be asking is how stress messing so many things up because according to medical school stress is responsible for ninety percent offers visits in scientists are calling the Black League of our century. And the cool thing here. Is that stress is not an incurable? Ellis we have a cure to it. It's called meditation. We owned were too busy to medicine. The I think you're so right about that. And let me explain it. So well all that neuroscience about meditation and how many benefits that has and like. I said it's had its time in the sun. There's enough really successful people saying it's a huge part of the reason. They're so successful that I think people are paying attention but why eating that so many of us still like I even stone guilty of sailing. I can't I'm not good at meditative. Quiet my mind like why are people still saying that when obviously it's important I think people are saying I don't have time. I can't can remind because of the misconception. Between Mindfulness and meditation so a moment ago the mindfulness most of the free quote unquote. Meditation Obser- actually teaching what I would call anytime guiding you through looking guy that youtube video or a drop in studio and someone is telling you to imagine waterfall or counting your breasts. Focus on your shoppers anytime. You're directing your focus. I'm putting that in the category of mindfulness and mindfulness. Like I said is very good dealing with your stress. Now because it's not ultimately getting rid of root cause because it's not healing the backlog of stress your past then it's creating st change versus meditations creating a traits change actually altering your cells alternative jeans and going after the root cause So what I've found. Is that with Meditation Specific? Zeba the return on time investment is exponential is basically done. A math is fifteen minutes twice a day two percent of your day so the question is when you're willing to invest two percent of your day to make the other ninety eight percent more effective more productive more more presence Versus with mindfulness. Y You might feel better in the now for a lot of people they reported. It's not giving that scene or why they don't feel more productive leader. It's more of a a triage. Look I can't do this. Africa now or already have insomnia. Says LISTEN TO THIS GUIDED? Meditation Fall Asleep were ultimately not called treating what caused the inside insomnia to begin with and so I think that this is the time piece. It's like whatever your whatever time investment you're making you need to be getting more time back in your day. I had the good fortune of teaching Dr Mark Hyman to meditate. Who's the founder of the Medicine Center at the Cleveland Clinic and one I think. One of the world's leading doctors in certainly Medicine and he says for the to meditate Back about three hours in his day. He's like I have three more hours of productivity three hours a fine three more energy to go dancing or to be with my wife or my friends not to me is special sauce because again none of us attorney waist now the clearing of the Mind Peace. I think people are confusing the results for the techniques. Because if you sit down meditate chances are afterwards you are. GonNa feel more clear. You argue anymore presents. You argue to be more intuitive. You won't be so mired with Stephanie. Anxiety however just because clarity of mind is a result of meditation that does not mean that it is the practice of meditation to if you sit down and close your eyes and try to your the mind. You're always gonNA feel like you're failing because the mind thinks involuntarily just like the heartbeats in voluntarily trying to get your brain commander shot up is at impactful is trying to give your heart. A commend stop eating. It does not work in yet. This is when everybody's trying do and this is why everybody thinks it's hard because we're judging ourselves based on an impossible criteria and this is because a lot of the mindfulness practices that people are adopting or durations of things that were originally made for mocks even anything head face. Andy was among the biggest popular personal brand on facebook. Jay Shedding was a monk. I so mindfulness almost fetish is a little bit in the left. And we think what whatever most are doing must be more. Powerfully must be vibrating or levitating. But it's the other way around if you have a job kids and stuff to do and you have less time in your day with which to meditate see actually need a practice. That is more powerful. You Need Prophecy Hugo in do come out more energy on the other side into the the meditation portion of the technique is based on something that six thousand years old it was needed for people like us. It was made for people with busy. Busy lives so inches. You go in and get out. It's not about meditating all day which is what monster doing. That is their tradition to society. They can afford to do something. That's a little bit jumper. That makes perfect sense. And I know Dr Hyman as well and that's really drastic I had not heard him say that. That's amazing that he feels like he gets that big of a return for meditating and reminds me a little bit of that quote I believe he was Saint Francis or somebody who said it like pray half an hour a day unless you're too busy and then pray for an hour a day like the people who are the most busy are the ones that most need this On the NERDY. Note for a second again. I'm curious are there any studies or any data that you've seen between a regular meditation practice like this and changes in heart rate variability because I've been tracking that just as a pet project lately and I'm curious if there's anything that shows on that yes and so people will put the hurry? Variability Training Bill even call bat meditation which. I think is really valuable in a great thing to do but it's it's much more active and whereas Zeba is kind of the Lazy Man's meditation. It's more taking a nap sitting up but ultimately what we're doing. Zeba isn't getting rid of the stress in the body. And so when when? You're not meditating. You're not as stressed. You're just at normal homeo- stasis and the whole Gig with heart rate variability. The reason why we bought ourselves to be more variable is that if a tiger com ready Josh. Definer play. If it's time to go to sleep you can down regulate you can go to sleep really quickly. It's like we want to be variable. Want to be adaptive to whatever the circumstances of life or calling upon. And that's the whole point of meditation. You're increasing your ability to adapt versus someone who's chronically stressed who has chronic amounts of cortisol and adrenaline Very very high all the time..

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"ziva" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"ziva" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"And one of the best books out there. If you're looking for ways to detox emotionally and mentally she has taught more than twenty thousand students around the world including leaders at Apple. Google and Harvard Business School and she also helped this very type. A. Mom to learn how to meditate as well and I love how approaches that we meditate not to get better at meditation but to get better life and we talk about that and so much more today and I know that you will enjoy this episode as much as I did so without further ado. Let's join Emily. Emily Welcome. Thanks for being here. What a joy to get to be here. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to chat with you. I I met you or new view at an event a couple of years ago when you spoke and one of the things that you said that really resonated with me was that we meditate to get good at life not too good at meditation. And that's what I started paying attention to you. Actually because I had never been great at meditating and the idea of like clearing my mind was not something that was ever GonNa Happen to me and so I think like you said that I started listening to what you were saying and realized you had this whole different approach so I wanted to start there Why is that? It's such important distinction when we start talking about meditation because so many people are exactly like you. They've tried meditation. They felt like a failure because they could clear their mind. They assume that is just not for them. And then potentially robbed themselves of a lifetime of work productivity more energy more happiness because judging themselves based on information so many people are trying to clear their mind because some yoga teacher somewhere said just let you go into a world full of X. meditators when their case because the point is not to clear the mines point me is to be happier to have more energy better sleep better immune system to the kids. That's why do this. No one cares. If you're good at yes. I think such an important point. Most of us are not trying to reach like monk level of meditation and our daily lives. It's we want it to be practical and that makes so much sense. When you explain it I feel like meditation is such a time in the sign that most people probably are really familiar with it. But I also feel like. There's a lot of misconceptions so to get really basic for a second walk us through. What actually is the definition of meditation? What does that mean so? The simplest definition would be a stress relieving tool but definition. I think is too vague. Because if that's only criteria than so as a bottle of wine so as binging on. Netflix you know smoking pot. funny Oh cool exercise is mine with or cooking with y'all cooking is called cooking exercises called exercise meditation. Meditation that's why they have their own words so I think a stress relieving tool is not quite specific enough teachers Yvo. Which is the name of my company. Teach a type of meditation. It's giving your biting breast five times earthen sleep again because I think especially for all sorts of really exciting style of meditation is giving your body. Rest is five times deeper than sleeps. Kind of like a supercharged tower. Now you can do in fifteen minutes with Asleep rover but on the other side. You're even more awake than the other. Really importantly here is that in this style. Of Haitian you're not only handling your stress from today. You're also going in inhuman on your stress from the past and this is really important because most of what people are calling meditation meaning most of the Free Apps out there. Most of the guided things on you to most of the drop in studios are actually teaching what I would call. Mindfulness and mindfulness meditation are often being used as synonyms. But they are not the same thing into the big. Distinguishing factor between the two is. The mindfulness is all focusing. And it's very good at dealing with your stress in the now so think of a crazy your kid you could work from Hong Control Your really stressed you do ten minutes of head space or Palmer. Something ended handles your stress in now like a state change like taking an aspirin if you have a heady now. What I'm teaching. Ziva is not only having your stress from the now but it's also getting rid of your stress from the past. It's going in healing things cellular Lii and now even though it's healing things on ethnic genetic level which is what we've been heritage. Parents will pass on to our children in this day. Because it's ultimately the ratification of backlog of stresses we haven't ourselves it. We do that. This is what gives us return on the time investments so for fifteen minutes invested in your meditation. Because you're getting rid of the stress. It's even story in your body that stuff. That's making us all stupid. Second Slow and you start to have more time in your day because your brain gets faster. Your immune system is stronger. Your creativity is more tuned in. Your intuition is stronger so this is why I find especially with Zeba that the airline is higher. And this is. I think maybe takes the other misconception around that is that it's not the first people think they can't do their mind which we can talk about other people think they're too busy and we're all too busy to waste our time none of time to lease and if you're just doing ten minutes in getting yourself out of triage but ultimately not healing the root cause than I'd say that's not a really great investment of your time but if you're going into not only feeling better in the now actually handling very route of the anxiety caused the insomnia the cause of the overwhelm then this because a very productive and valuable investors fear that makes sense and honestly if I think back even a couple of years ago. I think I would have still been a lot more. Skeptical of just how dramatically something like that can impact your biology until I had an experience myself actually because I had I had trauma in high school and I thought I had dealt with it and I had done all the talk therapy and I thought it was totally fine and then I had Type of bodywork combined with just being in the situation that got me out of my comfort zone and has entirely different type of emotional release happened to the point that I should like literally body shook for an hour. It was like when you see an animal almost get killed and then they're fine and all that adrenaline has to come out. It was like a decade of adrenaline. Just like shaking out of my body and that alone. My Body's changed so much in the past few months with my diet lifestyle. Everything's staying exactly the same so I'm definitely now much horrible believer of just how drastically our mental state and our emotions can really really impact our physiology dramatically impact us I'm a nerd. I'd love to go a little deeper. And can you explain biochemical and physiologically? What's happening in the body? When we meditate like what are some of the pathways that reactivating are we going into pair sympathetic? Or what are some of the ways it's affecting us yes. Thank you grass. And also thinking Britain illustrating so beautifully difference between what I would call a software upgrade in a hardware upgrade so all in all of us a lot of us have done the talk therapy for years in an call software upgrades you changing your operating system. It's changing the Lens. Through which you see the role of this meditation work in that somatic worker energy working body where.

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"Accident In Time!"

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"Accident In Time!"

"Endless weeks of chasing Dr Steven Federal through the time and space. His young protege decker brand. Nothing companionship's are hoping to hit back to their own time. It got showing the latest Star Wars Film and being true at heart. They are going in costume. Golly chips your rookie costume looks really good. Laugh IT UP FUZZBALL CARE. Help me get this white sheet over my head. Hey that e walk costume you made for Mr Pitches looks great man. I love the walks. They were just a little bit of cute and Fuzzy that that movie needed okay. Is everyone ready to go right chips? I never realized the resemblance but now that I see him in the costume which is now on nothing. You just really look a lot like Yoda. That's all I'm not sure if I should take a complimentary nuts at any rate. Why are you dressed as a ghost? Don't we were all going in Star Wars characters and OBI Wan Kanobi after he died and founded coming down to tell you that oh be one is dead. He was struck down and then he faded away. Why can't own doctor? Stevens made a time jump. Agree great now. I'll never find out what happens to antic in at the end of episode three Total Control Room W grant you forgot to wax the Poles again. Just take the stairs bolger so much fun okay. As our heroes begin their journey through time and space. We find that no good near to well Stephen. Sasha in fidgets racing through time and space juryman full ball. We'RE DR Steve Behind the wheel. Not Tell me how to drive. I was driving way before you were showing off the back of his sheep. I am not following. Close that steam train up ahead is moving too slow. I have to stay over. Eighty eight miles. An hour will drop out of the time and space streets. Aren't you'll right. There does seem to be an awful lot of traffic in this part of the time and space treats reserve. We are going to October. Thirtieth nineteen thirty eight. It was on that date that Orson. Welles created quite a panic by putting on a dramatic contemporary production of H G wells war of the worlds. I'm going to steal his script from the production to sell on Ebay in our own time. I just love that script. He was a brilliant bit of evil genius. In Austin Center City Independent he was on inspiring even if it was just a city in New Jersey. What do you mean? He wasn't an evil genius. Loss and wells was one of my inspirations to become an evil genius. That's what we live for striking terror into the hearts of cities even if they are just cities in New Jersey. I remember Oh no Dr Steven plotting steel awesome well script from the radio. Production of war of the worlds can our heroes toward his evil machinations list granite chips and find out Dr Lu. You can't drive this fast through traffic heavy. Whatever that delorean Dr Floyd? I'd never hit anyone before. That doesn't mean you won't read word on a motorcycle. Wear right over there. That's really cool. You know he was always guided is on the road is jumping your host Dr Grant. When are you gonNa hit that phone booth? You distracted me with Fred Ward judge. Oh boy. They're getting out of the phone booth roll down a window Dr Grant but you said we couldn't roll down the windows and the time and space during I know what I said but just roll it down. Do you do all right? Well yea walk. Who'll light or toot swayed in a flash? The phone on its three occupants are gone back in time and space stream great took off. Our ship won't start. What are we going to do? Dr Four till quadruple comes by. I'll give them a call right now to fold. Thank you for calling quadruple when you're not around around wind around midday meal stuck in an endless loop. I'm positive all companies do that on purpose because they're on a coffee break. Let me see the phone. Dr Floyd where are you calling? I'm calling our lab. Nobody's there yeah but we will be there in the future so I'll just leave a message for us to come get us and we'll get it later and then come get ourselves as well. That's assuming that we even get out of here. But if you call us there before we leave here then brain cramp low. Who is this Dr? Doug who's this grant he dr? Doug how are you? We haven't seen in a long time. Where have you been around? Hey listen you left the door wide open so I came in mind. That's good. We need your help actually good. I love to help. What can I do for you? We need you to write a note for us to come rescue ourselves out in the time and space dream we'll do vitamins space stream guys. Kill me okay I gotta go now. Have a good time. We all well. I hope he leaves the note for. I don't think he did because we didn't show up. Maybe we're late. But how can we show up if we're already don't start now? Sit on the hood of their incapacitated time spaceships. Throwing rocks waiting patiently. Someone to come rescue me mild onto seat in almost to the year. Nineteen thirty eight where they are going to attempt to steal while script for more of the world. We'll next ZIVA plans succeed. We log heroes find a way to fix their ship. Or will they find the known? The future of they've left for themselves in my head if I know next

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"ziva" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"ziva" Discussed on Untangle

"And then we'll get into that you'd wide to strike neck as the winning so where. I think this gets confusing confusing. Is that most people are using the terms. Mindfulness and meditation as Synonyms. And I think that can be confusing for people who are starting out because in a a lot of mindfulness practices. You're using more of a directed focus style. There's you're either focusing on your breath or counting your brats or visualizing something or or perhaps bringing your awareness to a certain part of the body which is all beautiful and their powerful techniques but because you're directing your focus it's keeping a bit more in your less brain in waking state. It's exercising bit about prefrontal CORTEX and the way I like to find is. Mindfulness is the art of bringing your awareness into the present moment and find that. It's very good at dealing with your stress in the now like my boss yelled at me and I feel overwhelmed so I do some breathing or I do a visualization or. I do my Athens downloaded and I feel better in the now now. This is a bit different from the type of meditation that I teach Ziva which is all about getting reddit your stress from the past an order to do that. We're inducing deep-healing rest rest. That's about five times deeper than sleep. And we know that because heart rate slows body temperature cools metabolic rate decreases. And when you give your body that deep healing rested actually de excites the nervous system and some of that. Old Accumulated stresses that we all have our nervous systems constructed. Come up and out and really. It's exorcism for lack of a better word of the backlog of stresses that allows houses to perform at the top of our game because the sad harsh reality is that stresses making us stupid sick and slow as a species and it's not just the stress pressroom today. It's all the stuff. We've been accumulating for years so we do the work of the meditation and then at the end sort of like the dessert. Course if you will is the manifesting which I I define manifesting as simply consciously creating a life you love. It's getting intentional. About what you want your life to look and then using that sacred powerful our full time at the end of your meditation for visualizing your dreams as if they're happening now let's go back to the first part of which is meditation and talk about your technique. I don't know if we think about six.

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Country star's tour bus goes up in flames

WBZ Afternoon News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Country star's tour bus goes up in flames

"The country stars tour bus catching fire the musician streaming the incident here's ABC Ziva pilgrim award winning artist Neal McCoy watched from the side of the road as massive claims for this tour bus the singer who captured the whole incident on Facebook live said they were traveling from Texas what he heard a pop up out our driver pull over he came back on the bus at gas I think we may have a fire the call in his team were unharmed despite

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"ziva" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

13:54 min | 1 year ago

"ziva" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"B. D. with Ziva Cooper of UCLA's cannabis research initiative and health reporter Jayne o'donnell of USA today we love to hear from you too if you've used products with C. B. the wattage try wattage tryin did it work perhaps you were in the C. B. D. business are you a manufacturer are you a retailer what's bringing folks into the shop how satisfied or the with what they get and how are you dealing in dealing with some of the regulatory issues around running your business comment on our Facebook page tweet us at one eight or email one A. acts W. A. M. U. dot org before we keep going chain there was a point you wanted to make regarding the clip we just played from former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb yeah just that it's it's it's very interesting he saying that now because it was back in April before he left that most like days before he left he was saying basically just that he was concerned major pharmacies in retail stores were selling it and wanted to remind them that the FDA's job is to perfect that protect the consumer that's very different than saying CBS you're breaking the law so and if there's a new ones there and it and it's important to note that the farm bill removed the restrictions on low THC ham that used to to produce CBT so it wasn't so it's no longer in the category with marijuana cocaine and heroin so there's there's a lot of gray area there and and I that's that was a pretty extreme statement and there is an enforcement that goes along with that going to get some of your thoughts about CBB Jess tweeted I work in medicine and am a huge skeptic when it comes to alternative treatments but I've been using C. B. B. bomb for a pinched nerve that causes pain and tingling down my arm and it works within minutes my medically trained brain doesn't one hundred percent understand wine but I'm sold Elizabeth emailed I've been using a CB the lotion for the past few years for whenever my menstrual cramps or headaches get too painful I am allergic to most pain killers so this was a good alternative that provides good relief for me while still being able to function and go to work and class thank you for sharing your stories we welcome more of them but lets out a few more voices to the conversation for a few more first hand stories about using CBT joining us from Clarksville Tennessee is Mandy Bloomingdale she's part of a patient family that has found success using CBT to deal with some serious medical conditions including epilepsy Mandy welcome to the program thanks so much for joining us from Deerfield beach Florida is Laura Fuentes the co founder and CEO of green roads which is an award winning CBT company she's also a licensed pharmacist more welcome thank you Josh I great it's great to be here many let me start with you I understand that both you and your daughter U. C. B. D. to help with seizures can you talk about did what you had been doing both for C. B. D. to deal with your seizures and and how well or poorly it worked well what me and my daughter and we're just on medication I know from my daughter she was gone thirty seven till today and she was still having thirty five plus break through seizures a day I'm sorry you said she was taking thirty seven pills every day yeah then she would still have dozens of seizures every single day every single day what did you know about C. B. D. Mandy before your doctor recommended it for your daughter have you heard of it I know people had recommended it to me but I was very uneducated on what the fee the plant really dead when I heard CPM like I'm not going to get my kids marijuana what was the conversation like with your doctor what when your doctor recommended how did that go the conversation where where you basically there were there doctor saying there's really not a whole lot else so we can do for her she's been on every drug out there and there's really nothing else that we can try and I'm like what do you mean there's nothing else that we can try and then we brought up the baby and she's like wall legally technically I can't say yeah because at that point in time is four years ago it was that later federally legal or CBT and I remember her saying well I'll tell you this much you know my my child's doctor said there's nothing else that we can do for my kid I would definitely look into my options and I've heard a lot of good things about the V. microphone here so I went home I started researching was there a point at which she decided okay let's let's give this a shot where you you felt comfortable with that or did you just kind of do it because you were at the end of your rope like what sealed the decision for you so I went home that night my daughter tell you she left in a wheelchair she with non functioning nonverbal communicating trucks and sign language and I started researching DVD and I it there were several other companies are looked up but it was one of worry Charlotte's web where the Colorado and hearing her story and how it was life changing and so that's the brand that we actually might work how did how did other people react to Mandy when they found out that you were going to try CB to help with the seizures did they get it did they judge you what was that like I felt very charge and you know I tried to explain to them Hey should not getting high and she's not you know and I would send people resources and just say educate yourself and Laura but in just a minute I'd love to hear Laura how you deal with educating new clients in new customers about CBB that's got to be one of the big kind of learning curves that you deal with is just telling people what it's about but before I get to Laura let me keep going with you Mandy described the beginning of this treatment regimen with CBT what were you giving your daughter was an up hill was it like a teacher in an eye dropper what form did it take there was a concern and I dropped and I remember doing a follow up or doctor ready six weeks after she got released from the hospital and like I said she left the hospital in a wheelchair six weeks later we had a follow up in my daughter's running up and down the hall and I'll never forget the doctor's face when she looked images as this is the same Charles the last year a little over a month ago in a wheelchair how soon did you begin to see progress Mandy within I would say the first three or four weeks okay so and and what was that like for you like what went through your head what went through your heart when you saw your daughter mobile again it was she different trials and just seeing it back so that it just brings so much sorry me because she her quality of life now four years later she's reading chapter books when she didn't remember out four years ago she doing addition subtraction multiplication yes you still in the classroom making leaps and bounds progress on a daily basis I don't I don't think I remember ask you how old is your daughter now she is thirteen she's thirteen so she was about nine years old when this started yeah okay we know what about you how you said that you and your daughter have both taken CD how does it make you feel what was the impact for you Walker's IRA when I get really bad migraines and I remember welcome to give this my child I'm gonna try it and I did and since then my can I open it he's been able to rock every single drug that I was on and I just strictly CD with era feeling for bill today now and that's not there for the application of the product well first you need to be on about but if one phase in life before I get to Laura Mandy I'm curious to know what kinds of what was the learning curve like for you whether you had to make any adjustments along the way one of our listeners heavier than dal tweeted I've been taking CBD in a tincture form for a few months now it is helping to reduce anxiety and does help me for the fall asleep since I'm not in my head stressing myself out it as much at night unfortunately I've noticed that tolerance builds quickly so I occasionally take a week or two off many were there any changes modifications you had to make as you went along was there a learning curve for you or your daughter in terms of the right way to take CBT absolutely only first sorry websites where there's like three different tiers and sprite only start on the first level and then after time right but she still having a little bit of issues and how we got to the next bottle and then this at the last point but she was on the very highest does a child and then a few months ago I won't get back in here the FDA approved the first EP oil on the market or Appalachian there's two to perform better it's a group formed and Anna actually qualify for it so now she's getting she's on about dialogue and even without like we've had to make some adjustments with other increase it a little bit you know as we switch plants yeah before we get too dumb to Laura story chain could you talk a little bit more about because about that because every dialects was approved by the FD last year I believe it's the only legally available FDA approved purified form of CD is that right right and I I was as I was hearing her research very very powerful story I was wondering whether she was on that truck because that is the only the only proven axes may I approved use of of five truly approved by the FDA so it's really interesting to hear that and it's it and and I think that I mean that's what's going to give people more confidence people in particularly skeptical reporters eva Cooper your thoughts on Mandy story so again you know we hear the stories and C. B. D. seems to be having a profound a fact on diseases and symptoms that are otherwise not being helped by traditional medications and Mandy shared this unbelievable story and shared her journey with us and we can see the evidence or potential evidence for how CBT might be able to help arrange of indications and arrays range of diseases but there also seems to be at this point a degree of frustration because Mandy had to go through this journey and figure out what to do says were good for her daughter which products could be used for her daughter and I think that what we're trying to see or starting to see right now especially with the approval that the dial acts are you know clinical studies trying to determine the effectiveness of CVD for certain indications and what doses need to be used and what types of products can achieve the effectiveness so dean pointed out you know how at the dial axe was FDA approved in two thousand eighteen and that was really a landmark and that that was the first time that a cannabinoid had been FDA approved in about thirty years and it was a plant derived cannabinoid so we see that the FDA is really open to looking at the strong supporting data the strong supporting evidence that C. B. D. might be helpful for a range of indications that people are using capital for let me shift gears out to Laura Fuentes the co founder and CEO of green roads in Deerfield beach Florida or give us a sense of the range of the products you sell first I'd like to say Mandy you know I'm really happy for ya I'm I'm really glad that this DVD is helping you it's amazing stories as far as the range goes I mean I'm we'd hear things from as much as you know my dog couldn't walk any longer to my grandmother is are her arthritis is is is better she can walk she can function I mean we hear everything I hear thousands and thousands of testimonials throughout the week we get letters we get phone calls honestly it's it's amazing the feedback that we're getting out there now I'm assuming lore that you're not selling C. B. D. in like a rolled up cigarette to light like what for form does he be taken the products that you sell right now we sell capsules topple goals sublingual and coffees.

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UN Chief: AIDS is far from over

UN News

09:57 min | 2 years ago

UN Chief: AIDS is far from over

"Sense that winning the battle against AIDS is a done deal has been slowing progress on reducing new H._I._V. Infections and in reality. It's far from over according to the chief of the U._N.. Agency dedicated located to tackling the virus and what's more Gunilla Carlsson the acting executive director of Human AIDS says if we forget about people at risk such as intravenous drug users men who have sex with men and sex workers we will not solve the problem with the rise of new H._I._V.. Infections affections in an interview with you a news. She said although world leaders had signed up for an AIDS free generation by twenty thirty. If we don't walk the talk we might not get that Miss Nelson spoke to this graffiti. I think that there is this notion as if AIDS eights is over and it's not we still see an increase in new infections and we are still having seven hundred seventy thousand AIDS related death in two thousand eighteen so it's far from over and I think the complacency seeing the feeling like this is done that has slowing down progress that we actually have done in the world it also illustrates a precarious picture with some countries making gains while in others new H._I._V.. Infections and AIDS related deaths are on the rise. Can you speak to that where we see progress. It's good but it's not fast enough and the investments and the interest needed should be accelerated. I think because we know what helps and what can make a difference and that's when we put communities at the center. Boy That is when we we really try to address those people at risk where we see an increase in infections it is where they are lack of protection where there are no rights where there are no access to treatment and care yeah we are there happened to be discrimination and perhaps sometimes criminalization whether it's a lot of stigma and in some parts of the world new infections are especially rising in key populations six workers men having sex with men people living in prisons people injecting drugs transgender amber partners and if they are excluded I mean they stand globally for fifty four percent of the new infections in the world so if we tend to forget about people at risk we will not solve the problem with the rise of new HIV epidemic these people at risk because of stigma and discrimination. They're still being marginalized also with regard to prevention services. How can that be addressed? I think to have a good discussion around around H._I._V.. That this is about sixty it is about a virus that can be treatable and preventable and I think also if we are trying to shy away from it and hide it we're also losing a big bulk of the young populations and still too many kids are dying of AIDS related deaths due to that they don't have access to treatment so it is a complex issue but it's getting even more complex and dangerous if we are hiding away from and that's why the stigma and the risk of people hiding eating because they feel ashamed is also something that we have to address. This is nothing to be ashamed about. I think at sometimes even more than just being ashamed some people are afraid to mention it because they can be stigmatized and even violently hurt. That's also why. I'm admiring a lot of these young people than I do me too and I'm traveling so I was outside Durban in a little village call him lassie and I met with a nineteen year old lady called Ziva and her mother Potiskum. Both of them are HIV positive and this nineteen year old. She was not hiding away from it. She said I'm H._I._V.. Positive she was talking about this with her friends and the likelihood in that region because now we're talking about South Africa in KwaZulu Natale all were up to one fourth of the young girls below twenty five years carry the virus it is a huge epicenter as there are brave people in the communities start to talk about it. It can also normalize it in one way and then make sure show that people have access to treatment that they know how to protect themselves not spreading the virus and that is also part of where we have to have a good global discussion around this but the risk for many many others to hide and not disclose. I think it is because the the communities the environment on not helpful enough we have to end that we have to end stigma and discrimination. I know in South Africa L._G._B._T.. Rights enshrines in the constitution but in many countries it's illegal so I would imagine that many people if they're H._I._V.. Positive and they're not supposed to be gay to start off with so how do they get to this point. That is a problem when you have laws that discriminate against certain sexual identity entity or where you're not allowed to have access to services. I must say that there are countries that still have it in their laws but from a humanitarian and from a health perspective or making it possible for example gay men and transgender. People to access services and healthcare but that's not everywhere we spoke about South Africa South Africa's very progressive they have seen a decline both in new infections and AIDS related deaths since twenty ten so they are addressing it fully fully but not at the speed enough and they are having a full-fledged approach but many other countries are exactly as you said they are discriminating and that means also that it's very hard for those individuals to access treatment in time according to the report Howard Children Faring I think we failing the children in two thousand eighteen. There were seven hundred seventy thousands AIDS related death. Still I think many people doesn't understand that it still a health threat but one hundred thousand of them where kids below fifteen years and about half of the kids of the world that are living with HIV are not having access to treatment they diagnosed or they don't even know some of them are diagnosed. Some of them don't even know there has been a huge success when transmission mission to mother-to-child an understanding preventable programs but still it's not enough and that's why we are talking and the leaders of today have signed up to an AIDS free generation by twenty thirty and I think if we are not working the talk we you might not get there. That's why AIDS at this period of time in this global update are actually sounding the alarm bell. The report also points out that available resources for H._i._V. is drastically falling. Why is that and what will be the impact? Many reasons for example that global donor community have many other challenges as well and money for development cooperation and foreign aid is kind of drying up what we also have seen that it's a D. investments in the HIV response to early so in two thousand eighteen the available resources declined by one billion U._S. dollars and that there is a huge financial gap now why seven billion newest honoring total and at the same time the domestic stick resource mobilisation that the capacities for countries themselves with high epidemics have not enough resources and systems to carry on the treatment programs. The donor community now really has to think about successes made and don't D- Invest Invest too early because this is something where we really can say that we made a difference there is a good economics also in doing more to ending AIDS Global Health Threat by twenty thirty but it will need resources on all levels you have recently stated the urgent need to increase political leadership in order to end aids. How can that help and how can it be done? We see politically have to be more understandable that AIDS is not over and perhaps also talk about sex to talk about relations to talk about not discriminate and also to stop violence against women and girls that is also part of what's driving the epidemic and that is what I call political leadership so talk about the reality and to put H._I._V. Into a context because it's not only about fighting a virus it is actually about changing society and that's why we are so happy to work with the communities and give voice to those that knows how to change that trends. In two thousand thirteen you served alongside Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and David Cameron and others on the Advisory Board for the Post Twenty fifteen developments agenda. What was the H._I._V.? AIDS situation like back then as compared to now we discussed is that not abandoned the Millennium Development Goals because they were unfinished business on the role of women in development and especially those that H._i._v. was not over and it should be inherited into the sustainable development goals so that's why we now have a big agenda where we have still the promised to end aids as a global health threat. It's still there and we know that we can do that. When we also spoke about these issues it was about the role of women in society society? I really feel sad to know that six thousand two hundred adolescent girls and young women are infected every week and they are phone available because it's also part of an equal power relations. It is about sex it's about violence. Sometimes it's about lack of resources it's about nonconsensual sex and we spoke at that commission a lot about addressing the needs and the roles of these young people in this society is is to give them voice to give them power and to be part of development but when we see the increase of new infections H._i._v. in these groups we have to say that we are not doing good enough on all levels and also to make sure that we can end this figures but we have to do better actually hosa deputy secretary general I mean Mohammed was part of this commission. We also spoke about violence against women and it is not only about mass violence. It's not only about rape. It's also about domestic violence so there are many reasons.

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"ziva" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ziva" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"Dear Ziva Union sponsor my podcast all the time but if I had the studio writing my house I would have been able to serve you on from my refreshment fridge but this is an orange. It's like Stevia so there's no sugar so it's not but it's supposed to be more natural like not bad for you like a like a diet drink but it's the orange is is my jam in. It's so good no aftertaste orange like orange. It's good. It's not like the orange. Do you love or I wouldn't even say that. I Love Orange but I love Orange Ziva. I've tried all their flavor. They should holy sponsor they should will. They hit me up on instagram after I talked about but I mean I'm not even I. I'm paying customer. I'm a fan will continue to buy their product. I don't care I like to let people know about things. Try it and this is good stuff like they have it a whole foods or or maybe even kroger but I'll let you don't forget who you heard about it from and I'm sure they'll call an offer you some deal and I'm like I'm gonNA needed case my friend amy in southern kitchen or whatever and they're like this episode is brought to you by Ziva and they're gonna be like isn't that the girl that returned the cat yeah we can't do put gas up little life always pretty pretty beautiful little mouth mm-hmm kick with Amy Brown. I'm Dana Schwartz and I'm the host of noble blood a new history podcast from iheart Radio Aaron Minke that focuses..

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"ziva" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"ziva" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"So you have these things called scaling that are like basically right by your clavicle and they had gotten so tight. I couldn't stand comfortably couldn't sit comfortably. Everything was a nightmare. I finally understood what people mean when they said if I could just cry I would feel better. And it was so frustrating. I was like if I could just cry. I would feel better like this is so miserable. And I ended up having to do biofeedback because the part of me that was the problem is actually my lower mid back, which I never would have guessed this seemed impossible that that was affecting something up I'm neck, but the physiotherapist was like trust me I've seen this before this is the problem. And so as I was learning to fire that muscle. I was shocked at how it I I couldn't even imagine what he was talking about. Then he put the biofeedback device, and then I could target it. And I could get into that zones. When you talk about sort of slipping through that bliss state. It's like, I'm sure some people will struggle with that. And they're not sure like is that retire? About that. I do it. And and that's the question I've gotten a lot around meditation. I'm sure you have as well. Like, how do I know that it's working, and you said your life will get better. But there there might be that intermediate way to really show people. Like, okay. This is the biometric signature of what we're looking for boom. You're in it. That would be really really interesting. It does exist. You know, news the headband it's very much designed for mindfulness. So I say if people are going to practice what I teach in the book or Ziva is that you can use it. You just have to turn the sound off. Because that is very it's almost like slapping on the hand for having thoughts, which is the opposite of what I teach say that thoughts are not the enemy. You're allowed to have thoughts. The mind is going to think, and so many people report that that one piece of information that thoughts are not the enemy of meditation effort is allows them feel so liberated you're going to have mental field trips. And just like when you sit down to meditate or do breathing probably some random thoughts pop into your mind. Okay. Cool. So when those thoughts come back, it's like you. You're going to innocently and spontaneously realize that you're off of the practice and win that realization comes up innocently and spontaneously that's your cue to gently come back. It's just is similar processes so much longer leash. I actually really liked the way that you talk about the mantra in the book, you said, you're not going to like sort of consciously say it you're going to let it bubble up from within. And I want you to think of it like the very attractive person at the bar. You don't run up and start talking to them a mile a minute, you'd be a little coy. And you know, you let it happen. Okay. That actually makes a lot of sense. And so that whole effortless thing is is really starting to come together for me. I like the repetition of this is the lazy man's version and in the book. Oh god. I wish I could. Remember the exact words you use? But you translate. I think as soon screwed word that means like niche something kinda yoga, which means union attained by action hardly taken. So yoga means union. What do we union were unique? Inning individuality with totality. Karma means action and niche com means hardly taken. Right. So we're not in there. Like, a got meditate gotta get there. So it is a decidedly more feminine approach. It's not so masculine it's much more surrendered. It's much more receiving so niche come karma yoga union, attained by action hardly taken and this is where it's hard for us westerners, and certainly high-achieving westerners, you know, we like to work hard and play hard..

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Afghan official: 13 killed in bombing at candidate rally

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Afghan official: 13 killed in bombing at candidate rally

"At least thirteen people are dead following a bombing and an election rally in northeastern Afghanistan today, another thirty two are wounded and Afghan. Anistan official says a bomb later motorbike parked near the rally in Rostock district detonated the attack took place just before. Now Ziva you sufi beg a female candidate for the Tober. Twentieth. Election arrived at a rally, no one immediately claimed responsibility for this attack. They casualties include civilians and members of the

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"ziva" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ziva" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"She wanted to rescue to rescue I don't know that she particularly, went to pick the ugliest dog there but she sure did I was handsome There was some worry that she the dog growled at her boxer so they weren't careful to keep the apart. Except when supervised I told her that, the, first week yes and, she came in I saw the. Dog the dog obviously he was so scarred up and so very large and like over bred to. Be a monster and he obviously had been faded and trained to go after dogs. That were reacting a gravy been a fighter or he'd been in after we. Saw his reactions I'm sure he was a fighter and the first week though I didn't get any red flags from the donkey seemed like. A nice boy I gave, him a tree took it, from my hand. Very gently heat I gave. Him some water I walked away when, I came back he was happy to see me wagging his tail licked me and Ziva me a comment for like hey yeah Oh boy he was you mentioned that but he was also looking around and we were concerned that maybe the woman didn't have enough control over the dog because he was a really large strong dog and she had him in a. Harness that she's not a big woman, now, so Yeah. I, went, and sat. Back there with. Her purposely because I wasn't sure if she had control of the dog or not and the first week he seemed to be okay m. patron KU both had some interactions with them on the fruit to right or with her talking with. Her Nothing The. Well let's see how he does if we get, any if we get any red flags or feelings about. The, yeah we're gonna have to do something else. Before group clap. Is we did mention the harness may not be the perfect tool for training that was mentioned had mentioned that her that thought that the dogs can have a prong collar at at.

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