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961 Self Care Meditation  

Be guided in a meditation reflecting on how to give yourself the kind of self care you need. 

This is part 1 of a 7-Part Self Care Meditation series, Episodes 961-967.

As always, you don't have to do the meditation techniques -- they are simply there to help you transition from your busy day to a state of stillness. The techniques also help to calm "monkey mind," when your thoughts continuously interrupt your meditation.

For free meditation tools to help you start meditating please head over to my website at www.SipandOm.com, and there you'll find a multitude of free resources to help you on your Meditation Journey.

Sample from a selection of resources including:

*a Free Private Facebook Group to connect with meditators from around the world

*a Free Meditation Bundle to get started meditating

*a Free Sleep Technique to Sleep Better

*a Free Instant Calm Breathing Technique

*a Free Guide to Get Started Meditating.

 If you'd like to receive fresh daily fully guided meditations 7 days a week you can subscribe to Slow Down Nation, a monthly subscription membership site and app. Not only do you receive a brand new daily fully guided meditation, you also receive access to over 800 meditations customized around weekly themes. 

***All meditations are Mary Meckley's original copyrighted content unless otherwise stated, and may not be shared without her written permission.

Resources:

Music composed by Christopher Lloyd Clark licensed by RoyaltyFreeMusic.com, and also by musician Greg Keller.

I'd love your feedback! Please let me know how you're enjoying the meditations by leaving me a review.

 

To be guided in a daily meditation where you learn a different meditation technique customized around a weekly theme head over to www.SipandOm.com to subscribe to Slow Down Nation daily meditations guided by Mary Meckley.

Want to connect with other meditators from around the world who listen to the daily meditations? Join our free private Facebook Group at https://www.SipandOm.com.

Ep. 251: Zero Possibility  

In this episode, Bob piles on with more newly discovered evidence that completely destroys the State's case against Edward Ates. We hear about an expert witness who testified at the first trial, but not the second. We also find out how Monica Bush proved Ed's innocence, just 36 hours after Elnora was killed. www.harrys.com Offer Code: Justice www.stamps.com Offer Code: Truth

960 Simplicity Reflection Meditation  

Be guided in a meditation reflecting on how to simplify your life.

This is part 1 of a 7-Part Self Care Meditation series, Episodes 961-967.

As always, you don't have to do the meditation techniques -- they are simply there to help you transition from your busy day to a state of stillness. The techniques also help to calm "monkey mind," when your thoughts continuously interrupt your meditation.

For free meditation tools to help you start meditating please head over to my website at www.SipandOm.com, and there you'll find a multitude of free resources to help you on your Meditation Journey.

Sample from a selection of resources including:

*a Free Private Facebook Group to connect with meditators from around the world

*a Free Meditation Bundle to get started meditating

*a Free Sleep Technique to Sleep Better

*a Free Instant Calm Breathing Technique

*a Free Guide to Get Started Meditating.

 If you'd like to receive fresh daily fully guided meditations 7 days a week you can subscribe to Slow Down Nation, a monthly subscription membership site and app. Not only do you receive a brand new daily fully guided meditation, you also receive access to over 800 meditations customized around weekly themes. 

***All meditations are Mary Meckley's original copyrighted content unless otherwise stated, and may not be shared without her written permission.

Resources:

Music composed by Christopher Lloyd Clark licensed by RoyaltyFreeMusic.com, and also by musician Greg Keller.

I'd love your feedback! Please let me know how you're enjoying the meditations by leaving me a review.

 

To be guided in a daily meditation where you learn a different meditation technique customized around a weekly theme head over to www.SipandOm.com to subscribe to Slow Down Nation daily meditations guided by Mary Meckley.

Want to connect with other meditators from around the world who listen to the daily meditations? Join our free private Facebook Group at https://www.SipandOm.com.

FDR3566 Non-Sudden Egg Death - Call In Show - January 18th, 2017  

Question 1: [1:45] – “I'm a 30-year-old professional musician and my 29 year old fiancé and I would like to have children sooner than later. We live in a very lefty state, so in the interest of our future children, should we reestablish ourselves somewhere more inline with our personal values, or should we stay put and raise our children in a potentially hostile environment?”

Question 2: [21:44] - "I’m currently a female sophomore at a US public university. Back in high school, my plans for the future revolved around career. My entire focus was on becoming an engineer because I wanted to help advance technology and there are many exciting projects I wanted to work on. However, listening to your podcasts made me realize that I want to have children in the future and that seriously conflicts with my career plans. Given the choice, I already know that I would choose to take time off from work to raise children properly. But, I’m still concerned about wasting my education which is paid by my parents and the state taxpayers. What should women do when they are on a trajectory towards a career, but they want to have kids? Does college have a purpose for women who are considering motherhood? Do you think it’s a good idea for women to go to college to meet an educated man?"

Question 3: [1:07:30] – “I've heard you from time to time on your shows make offhand remarks that are dismissive of peak oil theory. What are your thoughts on peak oil?”

Question 4: [1:34:06] – “I understand the principle of how the minimum wage keeps people out of work. But listening to the speakers assessment brings up the question of if inflation goes up shouldn't something be done about wages to keep pace. If inflation is a government caused problem shouldn't the wages be adjusted? Why shouldn't the minimum wage be tied to inflation is my ultimate question. If we can't stop government from devaluation of currency shouldn't we at least tie wages too it to avoid misery?”

Question 5: [1:53:10] – “My girlfriend of 8 months recently left me. I since have felt confused and anxious. It seems to affect me more than I see it affect others. I feel spite for the woman I loved and have ill will towards her. This is a recurring theme throughout my past relationships. Why? Why is it so difficult for me to do the grown up thing and hope my ex does well and is happy?”

Question 6: [3:17:51] – “Should the public be able to participate in the ethical debate of women in combat before such policies are implemented?”

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Faith in Russia  

This week Roy Jenkins explores the role of religious faith in Russia (and particularly the dominant Orthodox Church). He looks at the extent to which it influences policy decisions in the Kremlin which have implications around the world, at a time when Russia appears to be asserting itself with increasing confidence; and how much the church it is itself shaped by the state. Is religion now flourishing in a country where secular atheism was until relatively recently the official creed, or is it struggling?

Adventures In Research - 2 Episodes (08-20-46) (08-27-46)  


"The First American Patent" (08-20-46)) and "Typewriter History"(08-27-46)
The series began about 1942 and were distributed, probably as a public service educational feature, for weekly programming. The early shows were discussions with Paul Shannon asking the questions, Dr. Phillips Thomas (research physicist for Westinghouse, specializing in electronics) answering the questions. The later programs were written by Dr. Thomas, but were dramatizations instead of the Q and A fomat. The programs themselves present a fascinating look at the state of scientific knowledge during the war and the immediate post-war years. Many of the topics are hopelessly outdated, a surprising number are still up to date and reflect the state of knowledge about the subject many years later. The purpose of instilling an interest in science in the general public is still as valid now as it was then. Even more important, the program themselves are good radio and interesting. TODAY'S SHOW: Program #187. Westinghouse syndication. "The First American Patent". Sustaining. The building of the first water-powered saw mill in America, the holder of patent number one. . 15 minutes. Program #188. Westinghouse syndication. "Typewriter History". Sustaining. The history of the typewriter and the man who invented it, Christopher Latham Sholes. . 15 minutes. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


a16z Podcast: Of Presidents, Policies, and Tech  

How to think about tech policy and top-of-mind issues for the tech industry, given a new president? From what agencies matter for different tech domains -- e.g., autonomous cars, drones, fintech, healthcare -- to recent staffing moves, the a16z Policy and Regulatory Affairs team shares their views in this episode of the podcast. What happens to tech policy when you have a dominant Republican presence in both Congress and most states, yet a Democratic majority of mayors? Especially when cities (potentially laboratories of experimentation) may be where all the real tech action's at? How does tech policy play out differently at the local, state, international, and even federal levels? Especially when many of the tech issues don't fall along party lines ... and the traditional way you look at issues is "left vs. right" -- "but it's almost like 'forward/backward'" here. And finally, how should entrepreneurs think about engaging with policymakers, and vice versa?

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Serial Appeal Stumble, Journalism Bullies & Suspect Convictions  

Toby's back...just in time to weigh in on the newest true crime podcast fill our ears. But first - the state of Maryland has won the latest round in Adnan Syed's quest to get out of prison now that his conviction has been overturned. What does it mean that they've been granted a "Leave to Appeal" and how much closer are we to a new trial for the Serial season one protagonist? Then, we talk about something a little bit weird that happened during the latest episode of one of our favorite podcasters, Amber Hunt of the Cincinnati Enquirer's Accused podcast. Then we'll get into "Suspect Convictions," and break down what's good, not good, and controversial (among the panel) about this true crime podcast from WVIK. In the Crime of the Week, we're getting frisky in the Granite State - and it's got some goopy consequences! This week's sponsors are: Madison-Reed! Go to madison-reed.com and use the promo code "WRITERS" Prepdish! Go to prepdish.com/stories Simplisafe! Go to SimpliSafe.com/criminal Audible! Go to audible.com/crime Kopari! Go to Koparibeauty.com/crime

The Adventures Of Leonidas Witherall - Murder At The State Fair (09-24-44)  


Murder At The State Fair (Aired September 24, 1944)
The Adventures of Leonidas Witherall was a radio mystery series broadcast on Mutual in the mid-1940s. Based on the novels of Phoebe Atwood Taylor (writing as Alice Tilton), the 30-minute dramas were produced by Roger Bower and starred Walter Hampden as Leonidas Witherall, a New England boys' school instructor in Dalton, Massachusetts, a fictional Boston suburb. Witherall, who resembled William Shakespeare, is an amateur detective and the accomplished author of the "popular Lieutenant Hazeltine stories." His housekeeper Mrs. Mollett was played by Ethel Remey (1895-1979) and Jack MacBryde appeared as Police Sgt. McCloud. The announcer was Carl Caruso. Milton Kane supplied the music. The series began June 4, 1944 and continued until May 6, 1945. THIS EPISODE: September 24, 1944. "Murder At The State Fair" - Mutual network. Sustaining. 9:00 P. M. Three different people threaten the life of a miserable old women. When she is found dead at the state fair, all are suspect. The program is next on the air on October 8, 1944 at 7:00 P. M. Walter Hampden, Ethel Remey, Alice Tilton (creator), Howard Merrill (writer), Roger Bower (director). 28:52. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


The MMA Bunker - Chael Vs Tito: How Bellator Wins By Not Losing  

Streamed live 20 JAN 2017: Pull down the blinds, encrypt those communications, Kid Nate of http://BloodyElbow.com is locked in the MMA Bunker and ranting about the state of the business and explaining why Chael Sonnen vs Tito Ortiz is a temporary win for Bellator.

EPISODE 180 - Weekly Deliverance Sessions 01-19-17  

LIVE Call-In Deliverance Session
WHERE THE HOLY GHOST ACTS

Callers:

Charles - California
Stephanie - Tennessee
Isaiah - Minnesota
Anita - Georgia
Cathy - Washington State

To request a session, call the Deliverance Conference Line # 712-775-7031 and enter access code 335950 on Wednesdays or Thursdays at 2:00 pm (EST). Internationals; for details, visit HouseShalom.org/deliverance. ALL CALLS ARE PUBLIC, RECORDED AND SHARED ON ALL OUR PROGRAMS. Shalom.

Beck Blitz: Inauguration Day Grief Counselors  

On today's program, Glenn touches on the"safe space" for anybody whose "afraid of the inauguration" being offered at Ohio State. Also, Greg from Connecticut calls in to tell Glenn about the public schools "charging the social workers, psychologists and counselors in the schools to provide grief counseling for any faculty or students that are not happy with the state of the nation right now." They discuss how this service was not available over the last 8 years under the Obama administration and how this "safe space" could be causing more harm than good. The Glenn Beck Program with Glenn Beck, Pat Gray, Stu Burguiere and Jeff Fisher, Weekdays 9a–12pm ET on TheBlaze Radio

FastingTalk-ep-003  

Veteran health podcaster, blogger, international speaker, and bestselling author Jimmy Moore from “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” teams up with Toronto, Ontario Canada-based nephrologist Dr. Jason Fung from IntensiveDietaryManagement.com and Dr. Fung’s Clinical Director at his Intensive Dietary Management Program clinic Megan Ramos on this podcast dedicated to answering YOUR questions about intermittent, alternate day, and extended fasting. Jimmy and Dr. Fung are the coauthors of the 2016 international bestseller The Complete Guide to Fasting: Heal Your Body Through Intermittent, Alternate-Day, and Extended Fasting and, along with Megan, are happy to provide this podcast as an additional resource for anyone curious about going on a fast to improve their health. We love hearing from our listeners with new questions–send an email to Jimmy at livinlowcarbman@charter.net. And if you’re not already subscribed to the podcast on iTunes, then you can do that and leave a review HERE. Listen in today as Jimmy and Megan are joined by Special Guest Patient Anne Brown to answer your questions about all things fasting in Episode 3.

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SPECIAL GUEST PATIENT: Anne Brown

Anne is a 63 year old woman in Dr. Fung & Megan's IDM Clinic in June 2016. Anne was taking 156 units of insulin a day. She decided to go on an 11 day fast. She stopped her insulin within the first three days of fasting. Her original A1c was so high it was rated as >15%.  Within 11 daysof fasting her A1c dropped to 13.1%.

Anne continues to fast. Her fasts vary from 24 hours to three or four days at a time depending on her schedule. Her A1c is now at 9.9%. She has lost 10 kg and 10 cm around the largest part of her abdomen.

Here’s what Jimmy, Megan, and Anne talked about in Episode 3:

1. What can I do about watery stools? Why can’t I have sweeteners?

Hey Jimmy and Megan,

Just got The Complete Guide To Fasting and it's GREAT. I have two questions I didn't find an answer to and wanted to get more information about.

1) I have watery stools while fasting...any thoughts about why or how to prevent?
2) You recommend no sweeteners…why would you not be able to use even stevia?

Thanks again for such a good book and your help with my questions.

Cheryl

2. Can I get the autophagic improvements through frequent 3-day fasts or should I do longer fasts for that?

Hello guys,

A question that I haven’t seen covered well is the frequency of fasts. My job is far too physical to accommodate a 7-day fast. Can I water fast three days on and three days off for a month? And if I am hoping to clear a chronic infection by this method via autophagy, can the autophagic effect be cumulative with on and off fasting as I mentioned or must I have the continuous longer fast of ten days or more to get real results?

I really appreciate your insight and experience and your desire to enlighten us!

Best wishes to you,

Gary

3. Can I continue my workouts while fasting? Should I take my regular supplements while fasting?

Jimmy and Megan,

I am currently eating one regular meal and a small meal a day.  I plan to drop that small meal soon and then graduate to 2 days, then 3 days, and then 4. But I still want to be able to workout. I currently do a moderate cardio workout in the morning and then after work I do strength training. I am 63 years old and own and ride a horse. So I need to keep the strength in my muscles for that as well as being able to perform my job.

I am pretty sure I am insulin resistant as most of my family has diabetes and my eating habits up until two years ago would almost guarantee this is more true than not. So I am now ready to take my journey to the next level and start healing the damage. One last question: Should I continue taking my supplements while fasting?

Thanks ever so much,

Diana

4. What’s the best way to break a fast and still remain in the fat-burning mode state of ketosis?

Hey Jimmy and Megan,

I've been on a ketogenic diet since August and have lost 40 pounds so far. I've done many intermittent fasts, a 2-day and 3-day fasts and am currently doing my first 7-day fast after reading The Complete Guide to Fasting. My question is I don't know how to break this longer fast and still stay in ketosi

FDR3564 Making America Great Again | Paul Nehlen and Stefan Molyneux  

What does the future holds for the United States of America given the Presidential transition from Barack Obama to Donald Trump? Stefan Molyneux and Paul Nehlen discuss the state of the transition and the importance of regular people taking action to Make America Great Again!

Paul Nehlen is a business executive, entrepreneur, and famously challenged Speaker of the House Paul Ryan in the 2016 Wisconsin Republican primary.

Website: http://www.paulnehlen.com
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/pnehlen

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#499: Ami Horowitz  

Journalist and YouTube star Ami Horowitz joins Adam and Dr. Drew today to discuss the current state of our society and how political and racial divides are often misunderstood or overblown. They discuss Ami's very successful videos focusing on topics from racism in voter ID laws, Ami's experiences at the respective parties national conventions leading up to the Presidential election and his travels through the West Bank. They also speak about some of President Obama's most famous remarks and break down their underlying messages.

"Tottenham Hotspur might just be Pep Guardiola’s bogey team"  

Ahead of another huge showdown between Pep Guardiola's Manchester City and Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham Hotspur, Squawka Talker host Greg Johnson is joined by Muhammad Butt, Oli Young-Myles and London Evening Standard journalist James Benge. Together they pick apart the results of the FA Cup third round replays, the state of Arsenal's season, Liverpool's hopes without Sadio Mane, Antoine Griezmann to Manchester United, the return of the Bundesliga and Real Madrid's faltering form.

Episode 66: The Two­-State Solution, and a Standing Desk Problem  

With relations between the United States and Israel at a turning point, we examine the peace process and the possible death of the two­state solution. Plus, a rap fan explains how Run the Jewels speaks to the problems of middle age; and that guy in the office who switched to a standing desk won’t stop singing its praises. 

#405 STEM Pipeline  

This week we look at the current state of the STEM pipeline and what happens when people drip out. We speak with Paula Stephan, Professor of Economics at Georgia State University, about practicing "PhD contraception" in order to better match supply with realistic demand. We talk with Gary McDowell, Executive Director of Future of Research, about ways we might try to change the STEM process from the inside. And we speak with Melissa Vaught, a biochemist turned editor, about the realities of going into a science PhD and what to do on the other side. This episode is hosted by...

959 Simplicity Meditation + Feverfew Herb  

In this episode you are guided to layer a few techniques from this week's series. You'll be guided as you layer an affirmation, a breathing technique and a mudra into one meditation. You also discover how feverfew herb can release tension.

This is part 6 of a 7-Part Simplicity Meditation series, Episodes 954-960.

As always, you don't have to do the meditation techniques -- they are simply there to help you transition from your busy day to a state of stillness. The techniques also help to calm "monkey mind," when your thoughts continuously interrupt your meditation.

For free meditation tools to help you start meditating please head over to my website at www.SipandOm.com, and there you'll find a multitude of free resources to help you on your Meditation Journey.

Sample from a selection of resources including:

*a Free Private Facebook Group to connect with meditators from around the world

*a Free Meditation Bundle to get started meditating

*a Free Sleep Technique to Sleep Better

*a Free Instant Calm Breathing Technique

*a Free Guide to Get Started Meditating.

 If you'd like to receive fresh daily fully guided meditations 7 days a week you can subscribe to Slow Down Nation, a monthly subscription membership site and app. Not only do you receive a brand new daily fully guided meditation, you also receive access to over 800 meditations customized around weekly themes. 

***All meditations are Mary Meckley's original copyrighted content unless otherwise stated, and may not be shared without her written permission.

Resources:

Music composed by Christopher Lloyd Clark licensed by RoyaltyFreeMusic.com, and also by musician Greg Keller.

I'd love your feedback! Please let me know how you're enjoying the meditations by leaving me a review.

 

To be guided in a daily meditation where you learn a different meditation technique customized around a weekly theme head over to www.SipandOm.com to subscribe to Slow Down Nation daily meditations guided by Mary Meckley.

Want to connect with other meditators from around the world who listen to the daily meditations? Join our free private Facebook Group at https://www.SipandOm.com.

Free Talk Live 2017-01-19  

80 Year Generational Cycle :: Generations :: NRA Supporting Bigger Government :: Cantwell Kokesh Debate :: Racism :: Immigration :: Conservative Stockholm Syndrome CO LP Senate Candidate Moving to New Hampshire :: State of Jefferson :: Trump Inauguration Protests :: Police Complaint Procedures :: Native American Immigration :: AFTERSHOW :: HOSTS - Ian, Conan, Heather

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