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  • 01:41:27

    CMP Special 40 Druid Special #2

    · Celtic Myth Podshow

    Part 2 of our Interview with Philip Shallcrass, Head of the British Druid Order In the second of our unique Druid Interviews, we bring you the second half of our interview with the Head of the British Druid Order, Philip Shallcrass, aka Greywolf. He talks about Druidry, the BDO's Distance Learning Courses, the Ogham, the World Drum and much more. The show also contains 6 fantastic pieces of music, including one by Philip himself which he wrote for his three sons. Truly, an interview not to be missed! More resources over at our main Website at http://celticmythpodshow.com Running Order: News & Views 1:56 New album by The Dolmen 2:15 Four-Cornered Castle Songbook by Damh the Bard 2:41 New album by Phil Thornton 3:22 500 Tub Thumbs by Pandora Celtica 4:52 Interview 1 with Philip Shallcrass 8:49 The Green Man by Jonathan Kershaw 27:47 Interview 2 with Philip Shallcrass 34:15 The Lament of Miach by the Bards of Fodla 52:07 Interview 3 with Philip Shallcrass 54:25 Willow by PerKelt 1:01:02 Interview 4 with Philip Shallcrass 1:06:34 My Sons for Evermore by Philip Shallcrass 1:27:09 Listener Feedback - David 1:32:35 Under a Beltane Sun by Damh the Bard 1:34:19 All the credits for this episode can be found in our show-notes at http://celticmythpodshow.com/druidspecial2 We hope you enjoy it! Gary & Ruthie x x x Released 26 Apr 2014, 1h 43m, 95Mb We love haring from you! garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com, or call us on Speakpipe News & Views News: The Banquet The Banquet The Banquet is the latest Album by The Dolmen. The 14 Track album is a sincere blend of Medieval Celtic Rock, unique to the Dolmen spirit. The band purposely composed 'Banquet' as a forerunner to "Nuada" a second album release due for this year (2014) in May. It was decided after they had finished their 2013 Euro Tour, that there were to many songs for Nuada, and more in production, so decided that Nuada should be split and Banquet should introduce an exciting yet bizarre theme of which the band are presently enchanted, hence laying a musical foundation for 2014 the "Nuada, God of the Sun Tour" and the adventure of musical discovery. You can buy Banquet on The Dolmen website. News: The Four-Cornered Castle (Songbook) by Damh the Bard The Four-Cornered Castle (Songbook) "This chord book contains the chords from my last three studio albums, The Cauldron Born, Tales from the Crow Man and Antlered Crown and Standing Stone". As with Songbook 1 there is no musical notation in the book - Damh doesn't read music himself - but the chord shapes and locations within the lyrics will show you more about his writing process, and how to play the songs as he does. He says: "As with my last songbook, I hope you enjoy singing these songs around your camp fires, in your covens and groves, or simply on your own or with friends." Get strumming! Order now on Damh's website. News: Edge of Dreams 2 by Phil Thornton Edge of Dreams 2 Phil Thornton's first album for New World back in 1986, Edge of Dreams, developed from a 5 minute demo at the 'Enid' studio which at that time was based a few miles from Halesworth in Suffolk. The Enid's lead guitarist Stephen Stewart had by that time developed into a brilliant producer, so when New World gave me a budget to record an album for them it was a dream come true. Phil has let us know that he is currently working on a follow-up to this album. Keep your eyes on his website or Facebook page for further news! Good luck Phil! 500 Tub Thumps by Pandora Celtica Faerie Revel Pandora Celtica is a Dark Celtic Faerie a cappella band local to Denver. Their combination of powerful harmonies and tragic subject matter have been thrilling audiences for the last nine years. Whether they're singing ancient tunes or original songs, their style has been described as dark and tribal - something that gets right into your heart and spirit. They are unique and distinctive. They are passionate. They are Pandora Celtica. This complex and beautiful medley, 500 Tub Thumps, comes from their fifth album, Faerie Revel. You can find out more about Pandora Celtica on their website on our Contributor Page on this website. Interview with Philip Shallcrass, aka Greywolf Head of the British Druid Order PArt 1 of our Interview Greywolf, the Chief 'Wolfsbody' of the British Druid Order (the BDO) created the Order from his realisation he was a Druid in 1974 and his simultaneous realisation that Druids were the shamanic folk of ancient Britain and Europe. He has been chief of the BDO since 1979, sharing the role with Bobcat (aka Emma Restall Orr) between 1995 and 2002. He is a writer, musician, singer-songwriter, artist, roundhouse builder and thatcher. He currently lives in Wiltshire with two of his three sons, not far from his beloved Avebury. He writes regular blogs on Greywolf’s Lair. You can find his books and music on the BDO Website. You can find out more details about Greywolf on his Contributor Page on this website. The Green Man by Jonathan Kershaw Bizarre Tales Jonathan is a guitarist/songwriter originally from Yorkshire in northern England but now based on the south coast. Although known in various areas for his rock playing, he has quietly been applying his talents to an altogether different sound. In his early 20s, Jonathan relocated for a number of years to Somerset in the Southwest of the UK. This was quite a rural area and provided his first insight into folk and Celtic style music. Listen out for the incredible and powerful sounds of The Green Man, from Jonathan's brilliant album, Bizarre Tales in this show! You can find out more about Jonathan's incredible music on his Contributor Page or find out more on his website. Philip Shallcrass Part 2 of our Interview First ceremony with the World Drum, on Dragon Hill in 2008 by John Whittlestone In this part of the Interview Philip talks about the World Drum and many other things. The World Drum in front of Philip's Altar, pic by Philip   The Prayer for Mother Earth We are all human beings, all people, you, me, our neighbours. No matter where you live in this world, if it is in Africa or South-America, if it is in Asia, Europe or U.S.A, we are all sisters and brothers in humanity. All people of the world. Whether rich or poor, whatever colour, religion or political thinking, we are all residents of this one planet, Mother Earth. The time has come to answer the questions. Do we really want to destroy our home? Do we really want war, hunger or disasters? Do we really want to give our next generations a planet in such a condition that there will not be any hope for survival? Mother Earth is crying. She is shivering in fear of losing all her entrails, as we dig and drill to get hold of what we think is our right towards a better wealth. Mother Earth is crying. Soon she will not have any tears left, and then it will be too late. The time has come to unite and stand together. Please, I ask you, take each other’s hands, lift them high and make a prayer while The World Drum sings her song and we feel her heartbeat. It is the heartbeat of Mother Earth. It is our heartbeat, from each and one all over the world. It is the heartbeat of life itself. Let us join together as one that this heartbeat may continue. Morten Wolf Storeide, Norway 2006   Philip mentions the Screaming Blue Messiahs - they disbanded in 1990, but you can fnd them on YouTube or more details on their wiki page. You can find detaills about Philip's books and music on the BDO Website. You can find out more details about Greywolf on his Contributor Page on this website. The Lament of Miach by The Bards of FoDLA Sacred Oaks The Lament of Miach is a wonderful harp piece by Eva Gordon of the Bards of FoDLA, inspired by the story of the Diancehct and his son Miach. Check out the tragic story in Episode 3, The Rule of Bres the Beautiful. This beautiful piece coems from their astounding album, Sacred Oaks. The Bards of FoDLA are American balladeers inspired by the ancient Druids, the Bards of FoDLA celebrate the spirit of the sacred oaks with Celtic harps, guitar & voices. Traditional and original folk music join in a deeply mystical and joyful fusion of past and present. Check out the FoDLA Druid Order. You can find out more about the beautiful music of the Bards of FoDLA on their Contributor Page or find out more on their website. Philip Shallcrass Part 3 of our Interview Greywolf with Ogham Cards In this part of the Interview Philip talks about the Ogham Tree Oracle Cards that the BDO have designed. You can find more details out about the cards and where to buy them on the BDO Website. Willow by PerKelt Dowry of a Troll Woman The band PerKelt was founded in 2008 in the Czech Republic, consisting of friends from the local Conservatory. After they found the shapes of their musical expressions, they started gigging, built connections in the industry, a fanbase, recorded two albums (PerKelt 2008 and Musica Mardania 2011) ... and then found another challenge, to move to UK and do the same once again. The beautiful and yet rousing track, Willow, comes from their album Dowry of a Troll Woman. You can find out more details about PerKelt on their website or on our Contributor Page on this website. Philip Shallcrass Part 4 of our Interview The BDO Roundhouse with visiting Norwegian shamans, picture by Morten Wolf Storeide The British Druid Order, rekindling the sacred fires of Druidry as a living, breathing, Earth-honouring, life-affirming spirituality for the 21st century, drawing inspiration from the threefold stream of Awen’s flow from its source, the Cauldron of the goddess Ceridwen. They offer Distance Learning Courses as well as many Retreats and Workshops at the Spiritual Centre of Wildways on the Borle. You can find his books and music on the BDO Website. You can find out more details about Greywolf on his Contributor Page on this website. Philip, Joe & Us, pic by Mike My Sons for Evermore by Philip Shallcrass Lord of the Wildwood My Sons for Evermore is a soulful tribute to the love a father carries for his sons, and the feelings that Philip experiences as he contemplates their venturing forth into manhood. "Sitting at home one misty morning, gazing from my window at a grey, cloudy day, it struck me that soon my sons would be making their own ways in the world and I'd be rattling around at home alone much of the time. "The words and tune of this song came into my head all in a rush and this draft version was recorded soon after via a Skype headset plugged into my computer. I'll re-record it 'properly' for my next CD (which will probably be called 'Lord of the Wildwood'), but I kinda like this rough and ready first take. It has a quality that the Welsh call hiraeth, a sort of melancholy yearning after times and things past." Greywolf and his “Cubs” Listener Feedback David We play some super Listener Feedback from David from California, who suggests The Secret of Kells as an additional to our Celtic/Fey films reference! Under a Beltane Sun by Damh the Bard Antlered Crown & Standing Stone This beautiful track, Under a Beltane Sun, comes from Damh's latest CD - Antlered Crown & Standing Stone; a superb album that captures the feel of the land in every chord. You can get hold of Damh's new album Antlered Crown & Standing Stone from iTunes, CD Baby or his website at Pagan Music. You can find out more details about Damh on his Contributor page on this website. Big Thanks Big, big thanks for listening to our first Druid Special and we hope you enjoyed the show and we look forward to more of these wonderfuil interviews in the future! We'd like to wish you many, many blessings! (And an extra, extra special thanks to Amielia - our Grand-daughter - for saying Hi!)  Extra Special Thanks for Unrestricted Access to Wonderful Music (in Alphabetic order) Anne Roos Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of her masterful music to Anne Roos. You can find out more about Anne on her website or on her Contributor page. Caera Extra Special thanks go for permission to any of her evocative harping and Gaelic singing to Caera. You can find out more about Caera on her website or on her Contributor Page. Celia Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of her wonderful music to Celia Farran. You can find out more about Celia on her website or on her Contributor Page. Damh the Bard Extra Special thanks go to Damh the Bard for his permission to use any of his music on the Show. You can find out more about Damh (Dave) on his website or on his Contributor page. The Dolmen Extra Special thanks also go to The Dolmen, for their permission to use any of their fantastic Celtic Folk/Rock music on the Show. You can find out more about The Dolmen on their website or on our Contributor page. Keltoria Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of their inspired music to Keltoria. You can find out more about Keltoria on their website or on their Contributor page. Kevin Skinner Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of his superb music to Kevin Skinner. You can find out more about Kevin on his website or on his Contributor page. Phil Thornton Extra Special Thanks go for permisssion to use any of his astounding ambient music to the Sonic Sorcerer himself, Phil Thornton. You can find out more about Phil on his website or on his Contributor Page. S. J. Tucker Extra Special thanks go to Sooj for her permission to use any of her superb music. You can find out more about Sooj on her website or on her Contributor page. Spiral Dance Extra Special thanks go for permission to use Adrienne and the band to use any of their music in the show. You can find out more about Spiral Dance on their website or on their Contributor page.   For Incidental Music Gwilym Morus, for his specially composed pieces for our interviews. See his website at welshmythology.com for more details. Diane Arkenstone The Secret Garden. See her Contributor page for details. Kim Robertson The Hangman's Noose. See her Contributor page for details. Jigger Time Ticks Away. See her Contributor page for details. For our Theme Music The Skylark and Haghole, the brilliant Culann's Hounds. See their Contributor page for details.   Get EXTRA content in the Celtic Myth Podshow App for iOS, Android & Windows Contact Us: You can leave us a message by using the Speakpipe Email us at: garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com. 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  • 01:09:40

    Philip McKernan - Discover Your Destiny

    · London Real

    Philip McKernan - Discover Your Destiny WATCH FREE HERE: https://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/philip-mckernan-discover-your-destiny/This week’s returning guest on London Real is Philip McKernan. Philip believes that the biggest barrier to creating a meaningful life is the quality of relationship you have with yourself.Who are you seeking approval from right now? Are you driven towards your goals because they are valuable in themselves, or because you want to make a point to someone? Are you living authentically, or at the mercy of a story that no longer works for you?Many of us use success, money and work as a way to avoid listening to our intuition, and what that intuition is telling us.For Philip, we live in a culture dominated by the mind. It's his mission to turn people away from their minds, and towards their true selves. After working with thousands of people from the rich and the powerful, to orphans in the poor world, Philip is convinced that our struggles and depressions can be healed if we would just stop and listen to our intuition.We live a life running away from our feelings, but the sad truth is, according to Philip, they catch up with us eventually. The question is not what we think about money, relationships, family and work. The real question is how do they make us feel?It’s the story behind those feelings that holds the key to living a more fulfilled life. But as Philip says, it’s that very story we are doing our best to avoid.As he tells me in the course of our amazing discussion, when we give up trying to be who we think we should be, and allow ourselves to be who we really are, then we can start to build lasting happiness and self-worth. For most of us, who we are is tied up in what we do, and that's what Philip is trying to steer us away from. Can you define yourself outside the work you do? Philip’s message is powerful, and he doesn’t waste words. This week’s interview is packed with ideas and practical advice on making the leap from what Philip calls ‘mindset’ to ‘soulset’.Just listening to Philip Mckernan is gonna make you feel like you are doing serious and fulfilling inner work. 00:00 Trailer.01:30 Brian’s Introduction.05:16 Stop making the journey all about you, get in touch with what your gift is, use it to benefit others.07:10 Philip’s own continuing journey and vision.08:50 We lie to ourselves.11:53 Living life intuitively not intellectually led.13:29 The Best Man’s speech, causing carnage by how and what he said.20:03 Moving self-belief from the head to an inner feeling of self-worth.22:53 Lack of self-value inhibits everything.25:20 An identity crisis, it is who you are, not what you do. Suppression of identity within relationships.28:51 You can be incredibly lonely within your own skin.29:57 Saddest thing is people not seeing their greatness and even sadder, not wanting to see it.30:34 Giving your last talk before you die.35:14 Never undervalue your story. Your past has created the present which is creating the future.36:43 Speaking without the constraints of a PowerPoint presentation.37:15 Embrace and challenge your story. Question your assumptions and relationships.40:40 Relationship counselling.45:42 Let go of your partner and grow yourself.47:58 If you think it’s your partner, it’s you, start valuing yourself.49:49 Every single couple wants the same thing.52:37 Philip’s relationship with Ireland53:49 Philip McKernan comes out.57:24 Philip’s charitable work and why and how he does it.1:00:50 I am here for a short space of time, I am going to use my gift to impact on as many people as I can.1:01:53 What do you do about the bully in the mirror?1:06:53 Brian’s summing up.FULL SHOW NOTES: https://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/philip-mckernan-discover-your-destiny/ MUSIC: https://soundcloud.com/stephen-anderson/fields-of-light  Stephen Anderson - Fields of Light

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  • 00:10:38

    Glass kompositioner kräver koncentration

    · OBS

    Kompositören Philip Glass skriver om sitt liv och verk i boken "Words without music". Det får frilansjournalisten Tor Billgren att fundera kring tid, koncentrationsförmåga och musikalisk provokation. I ett av de bästa avsnitten av den tecknade satirserien "South Park" ska skoleleverna sätta upp ett julspel på skolavslutningen.Och precis som i Sverige - i verkligheten - blir det högljudda diskussioner så fort fenomen som tradition, religion och högtidlighet aktualiseras. Beståndsdel efter beståndsdel rensas bort ur julspelet, och när alla föräldrar och intressegrupper fått sina krav tillgodosedda är det enda som återstår: Philip Glass.*Den här är ingen elak parodi av Philip Glass, utan faktiskt precis vad han är ute efter i sin musik. Allt innehåll i form av känslor och berättelser ska bort. Musiken ska inte beskriva eller illustrera - utan berättelsen och känslan ska uppstå i mötet med lyssnaren. Istället för att sjunga orden "Light my fire", ska lågan tändas av publikens möte med musiken.*Så här kan det låta i "Music in twelve parts" som färdigställdes 1974. Om man till äventyrs inte upplevde att någon låga tändes av det här, var det förmodligen för att det bara var ett kort utdrag. Hela verket tar 3,5 timmar att spela igenom.Det var runt 1967 som Philip Glass kom fram till det musikaliska språk som har blivit hans signum. Han bodde då i Paris och arbetade med musiken till en pjäs av Beckett. Som han skriver i memoarerna är det påfallande ofta som kompositörer hittar något väldigt speciellt när det jobbar med musik för scenen. Monteverdi. Mozart. Wagner. Och detta speciella beror enligt Glass på att teaterarbetet ofta försätter kompositören i okända och oförutsägbara situationer - och det är där det nya kan uppstå.*Philip Glass är född 1937, i Baltimore, norr om Washington DC. Han hade tidigt siktet inställt på en musikalisk karriär och studerade komposition vid bland annat Julliard i New York. 1964 flyttade han till Paris och studerade för den berömda dirigenten och pedagogen Nadia Boulanger. Under två år nötte han in den västerländska konstmusiken och lärde sig behärska dess olika former under den stränga madamen.Under åren i Paris kom han också att samarbeta med Ravi Shankar, som han ser som sin andre store lärare.Rent biografiskt och litterärt innehåller självbiografin fantastiskt material. Det är en lågintensiv framgångssaga, som täcker in mycket av samhälls- och konstströmningarna från andra världskriget och framåt.Vem kan till exempel motstå bilden av en 20-årig Philip Glass som på 50-talet läser och beundrar Allen Ginsbergs poesi och åker motorcykel över kontinenten i "On the road"-anda. För att fyrtio år senare bli kysst på kinden av samme Ginsberg när han ligger på dödsbädden, under det att poeten utbrister: "Jag är så glad att jag fick känna dig."Eller hur Glass i början av 60-talet besöker Yoko Onos loft i New York och ser hennes performances långt innan hon blev mrs John Lennon.Hur han läser Hermann Hesse i tonåren och reser till Indien och Tibet för att underkasta sig noga utvalda yogamästares lära.Eller hur han har Salvador Dalí som passagerare när han jobbar som anonym taxichaufför i New York på 70-taletBoken är full av historier av den här kalibern. Men den hade behövt lite balans på andra hållet. Varför nämner han till exempel inte den välkända schism som har rått mellan honom och kollegan Steve Reich sedan början av 70-talet? Det är många fans som undrar.*Ett stycke ur operan "Einstein on the beach" som Philip Glass gjorde tillsammans med teatermannen Robert Wilson. Den hade premiär 1976 och var hans stora genombrott. Speltid: Fem timmar. Och detta med tiden är viktigt.För när man reflekterar över Philip Glass livshistoria och musik utkristalliseras ganska snart just tiden som ett distinkt, underliggande tema. Det löper parallellt på olika sätt. För det första i form av Philip Glass obekymrade förhållande till tiden i sitt privat- och yrkesliv.Han har alltid varit otroligt metodisk i sitt lärande. Han nöter in och lär sig genom befinna sig mitt i det han vill tillgodogöra sig.En annan sida av den här tålmodigheten är att han har förvärvsarbetat parallellt med sitt konstnärskap. När han kom tillbaka från Paris 1967 blev han flyttgubbe. Sen jobbade han som självlärd rörmokare. Sen jobbade han som skulptören Richard Serras ateljéassistent. Under fem år på 70-talet körde han taxi. Det var inte förrän 1978, när han var 41 år, som han kunde försörja sig på musiken allenast.Den andra huvudaspekten av tid, är som beståndsdel i själva musiken. Många av hans verk är otroligt långa. Den här utdragenheten gör att det inte bara blir en intellektuell och emotionell upplevelse, utan även kroppslig. En konsert blir en fysisk ansträngning.Och det här är inget man kan snabbspola sig igenom. Det finns inga genvägar eller sammanfattningar på powerpoint. Framförallt: Det är inget man kan läsa sig till. Det enda sättet är sitta på baken och lyssna.Detta mycket praktiska angreppssätt gör att musiken är öppen för alla som är beredda att ge den en chans. Man behöver inga förkunskaper. Det här tyckte den europiska publiken var väldigt konstigt under första "Einstein on the beach"-turnén 1976. Hur kan det INTE finnas någon ideologisk eller teoretisk bas, undrade de? Glass och Wilson fick gång på gång bedyra att det handlade om energi och flöde.Philip Glass var i sina 70-talskompositioner ute efter var den råa musikaliska kraft han upplevt på jazzklubbarna i New York under bebopens glansdagar på 50- och 60-talet.Men publiken kunde också provoceras av enkelheten, och att det aldrig tog slut."De trodde att jag retade dem", skriver Philip Glass.En gång i Amsterdam kom en person upp på scenen och började banka på pianotangenterna mitt under konserten. Philip Glass smällde till honom och han stapplade av scenen."Halva publiken jublade", skriver han. "Resten antingen buade eller skrattade."Till och med en pionjär som John Cage kunde vara kritisk. Han gillade Philip Glass musik generellt, men ibland kunde han utbrista: "Too many notes, Philip. För många toner"Personligen kan jag ibland tycka att Philip Glass ibland är lite väl kantig och introvert. Och så har jag svårt för de gälla och skrällande klanger som han har en förkärlek för. Men jag fattar poängen: Det handlar om att dra uppmärksamhet till musiken. Musiken själv. Enformigheten tvingar oss lyssna noga för att lägga märke till de förändringar som de facto sker över tid.De här koncentrationskraven gör Philip Glass musik viktig och användbar idag. För det har aldrig varit så lätt att slippa tillämpa självdisciplin som just nu. Så fort en bok, arbetsuppgift eller mattelektion blir det minsta tråkig erbjuder sociala medier och andra telefonfunktioner en flykt från det jobbiga kravet på tålamod. Förmågan att koncentrera sig håller på att tillbakabildas hos mänskligheten.Kanske kan Philip Glass musik - och livshistoria - spela en roll här som motkraft.Tor Billgren, frilansjournalistLyssna på Glass! Tor Billgrens urval av essentiella Philip Glasslåtar (externt länk till Spotify)

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  • Philip Deal

    · The Shetler Show

    Philip Deal, native of Virginia Beach, Virginia, is an internationally renowned classical and contemporary dancer. He is an award winning choreographer and teacher, whose works have been commissioned by dance companies, schools, and professional dancers in the United States and abroad. At 10, Philip followed Jazz Master Frank Hatchett to NYC to train under him at the Broadway Dance Center while studying at Wiest-Barron school of TV. At 14, he received his training at the Kirov Academy of Ballet in Washington D.C. and toured with the Kirov Ballet of St. Petersburg Russia across America for three years performing as a soloist in The Nutcracker while spending his summer time at School of American Ballet and the American Ballet Theatre’s Young Dancer’s Program NYC. At the age of 16, Philip was the youngest full-ranking soloist in the history of the Komische Oper in Berlin, Germany. At 18, he was the youngest ever and only American ever to win a medal at the Concours International de Danse de Paris performing original choreography by Mia Michaels. In 2002, he taught ballet at STEPS on Broadway in New York City in its International Young Dancers Program. Philip has taught master classes and judged at regional and national dance competitions such as Dance Masters of America, Dance Educators of America and Aspire. Yoga, Pilates, Pole Fitness, Aerial Fitness Philip is an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance and received his certification through YogaFit Training Systems. He received his advanced Yoga training under Master Adam Nguyen, a descendant of Quang Trung Nguyen Hue, the 18th century Vietnamese King and Yoga Master at the International Yoga Institute in Virginia Beach. He has practiced Tantra Yoga with Hot Nude Yoga creator Aaron Star. He is also a certified Aerial Yoga instructor with Atmosphere Fitness. Philip is also a certified Pilates mat instructor. Philip began Pole Dancing when he was a featured dancer in North Carolina at Chasers Bar, Charlotte’s only all male nude review. He received his Pole Fitness certification through Crunch Gym, NYC X-Pert Teacher Training under Kyra Johannesen. He has competed in pole nationally at the American Pole Fitness Championships, National Aerial Pole Art, and Polesque. In November 2012 he won the silver medal at the Southern Pole Championships in Houston, Texas in the senior dramatic division. Now he teaches Pole, Aerial Silk, Aerial Hoop, Flexibility, Hand Balancing at North Shore Pole Fitness in Lawrence, MA. Philip Just completed the Animal Flow Coach workshop with Mike Fitch owner of Global Body Weight Training to become a certified Animal Flow Coach. Philip is a Level 2 certified Parkour instructor with USA Parkour a subdivision of the World Freerunning & Parkour Federation Adult Entertainment/Sex Education Five years ago Philip became an overnight sensation on the adult social network XTube as Adam Likes Apples. He began producing and directing his own brand of amateur porn. That summer he won "Best Video of the Year" at the Amateur Porn Star Awards hosted by XTube presented by EXXXotica in Miami, FL. At the time he was the #1 most viewed XTuber with over 5,000,000 video views. He worked for the reality webcam show Hot Cam Boiz as an actor and webcam model. As Adam, Philip became an infamous and renown blogger teaching his Tantra Yoga for Men, Stamina Training Techniques, and Exotic Male Dance. Philip is listed on the New School for Erotic Touch and the Orgasmic Yoga Institute as a sexologist and instructor, creating original video content for adult sex education. Today Philip holds classes and workshops in Tantra, Adult Sex Education, and Erotic Massage.

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  • 01:02:17

    CMP Special 39 Druid Special #1

    · Celtic Myth Podshow

    Part 1 of our Interview with Philip Shallcrass, Head of the British Druid Order In a ground-breaking show for us, we bring you the first part of an interview with the Head of the British Druid Order, Philip Shallcrass, aka Greywolf. He talks about Druidry, the Order, how he discovered his Path and he even tells us how he got the name 'Greywolf'. The show also contains 4 fantastic pieces of music, including one by Philip himself which re-tells his encounter with the Anglo-Saxon God, Woden. An interview not to be missed! The second half of this interview will be in our next Special show, SP40 Druid Special #2! More resources over at our main Website at http://celticmythpodshow.com Running Order: News & Views - Sacred Wells by Roland Rotherham in Druidcast #84 2:01 The Fith-Fath Song by Damh the Bard 3:18 Interview 1 with Philip Shallcrass 10.07 The Ancient Ones by Kellianna 27:51 Interview 2 with Philip Shallcrass 32:05 Song at Wodnesbeorg by the Philip Shallcrass 50:26 Listener Feedback - Sean 54:24 The Four Seasons by Blanche Rowen & Mike Gulston 56:27 All the credits for this episode can be found in our show-notes at http://celticmythpodshow.com/druidspecial1 We hope you enjoy it! Gary & Ruthie x x x Released 10 Apr 2014, 1h 2m, 57Mb We love your feedback, please email us at garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com, or call us using Speakpipe News & Views O.B.O.D. Logo We encourage you to listen to the wonderful Prof. Roland Rotherham as he gives a very stimulating talk on "Sacred Wells and the Beheading Game" in Episode 84 of the super Druidcast. Shownotes and a download link for the Episode can be found at http://www.druidry.org/druid-way/resources/druidcast-obod-podcast). The Fith-Fath Song Damh the Bard Herne's Apprentice The Fith Fath Song, a traditional folk story tells of the traditional Shape-shifting archetype and is wonderfully, engaging and fast-paced tale set to music! It comes from Damh's debut album, Herne's Apprentice. You can find his music on iTunes, or from his website, Pagan Music. He is also the voice behind Druidcast, the official podcast of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD, for short) - modern day Druids. You can find Druidcast here and find out more about OBOD here. You can find out more details about Damh on his Contributor Page on this website. Interview with Philip Shallcrass, aka Greywolf Head of the British Druid Order Part 1 of our Interview Greywolf, the Chief 'Wolfsbody' of the British Druid Order (the BDO) created the Order from his realisation he was a Druid in 1974 and his simultaneous realisation that Druids were the shamanic folk of ancient Britain and Europe. He has been chief of the BDO since 1979, sharing the role with Bobcat (aka Emma Restall Orr) between 1995 and 2002. He is a writer, musician, singer-songwriter, artist, roundhouse builder and thatcher. He currently lives in Wiltshire with two of his three sons, not far from his beloved Avebury. He writes regular blogs on Greywolf’s Lair. The British Druid Order, rekindling the sacred fires of Druidry as a living, breathing, Earth-honouring, life-affirming spirituality for the 21st century, drawing inspiration from the threefold stream of Awen’s flow from its source, the Cauldron of the goddess Ceridwen. They offer Distance Learning Courses as well as many Retreats and Workshops at the Spiritual Centre of Wildways on the Borle. You can find his books and music on the BDO Website. You can find out more details about Greywolf on his Contributor Page on this website. The Ancient Ones Kellianna The Ancient Ones Kellianna is an accomplished musician and performer worldwide. Her CD's, Lady Moon, I Walk with the Goddess, Elemental, The Ancient Ones and Traditions are being recognized around the globe as a must have for any lover of Goddess inspired folk music. Her live shows are a combination of acoustic guitar songs and chants to the God and Goddess. In this show you can hear the title track from her iconic album. The Ancient Ones. Learn more about Kellianna on her website or on her Contributor Page. Philip Shallcrass Part 2 of our Interview Greywolf inside Roundhouse In this part of the Interview Philip talks about the Celtic connections of Druidry, shamanism and sweat lodges and reveals how he got the name of 'Greywolf' Philip, Joe & Us - pic by Mike Shallcrass Song at Wodnesbeorg Philip Shallcrass The Sign of the Rose The Sign of the Rose is an album of songs, spells and invocations from BDO chief, Greywolf, aka Philip Shallcrass. "Beginning with an invocation to the old Saxon gods of Britain, it moves into ‘Song at Wodnesbeorg,’ a song inspired by Greywolf’s meeting with Woden on an ancient burial mound in North Wiltshire. Next is an invocation of Awen, the sacred, flowing spirit of inspiration in our tradition. This is followed by a hymn to the divine feminine, ‘Lady of the Greenwood.’ Track 5, ‘Lover’ and the title track, ‘The Sign of the Rose,’ are lyrical love songs. ‘Autumn Spell’ is a prayer for healing, followed by ‘Hel’s Embrace,’ reflecting on the dark side of relationships, while the next track, ‘A Perfect Mirror,’ deals with love’s ability to find itself reflected in another’s soul." "‘Slide’ is an out-and-out rocker with some bitchin’ slide guitar work. ‘Sacrifice’ muses on what we may or may not be willing to give, or give up, for love. ‘Thanks’ is an expression of gratitude for the sheer strangeness of being alive. The final track, the 12-minute epic, ‘The Sweet Sorrow,’ is a tragic tale of love and loss, based on a traditional Scots ballad of the same name, here given a makeover with layered harp, bass, percussion and strings." [source] Listener Feedback Sean We play some super Listener Feedback from our old friend, Sean MacDhai! We mention that we started chatting to Sean on our Forums, but forgot to also mention that the forums have long since been taken down. The Four Seasons Blanche Rowen & Mike Gulston The Dance Goes On Songs traditional and contemporary from England, Wales and France ... two voices in harmony, with guitar, octave mandola, laud and bowed psaltery. Blanche and Mike, formerly of Brocc (a much loved band on this show!), have a wide range of Celtic, Traditional, medieval, Welsh and French songs and tunes to their repertoire. Look out for more from this talented duo in future shows! You can find out more about the superb Blanche Rowen & Mike Gulston on their website or on their Contributor Page on this website. Big Thanks Big, big thanks for listening to our first Druid Special and we hope you enjoyed the show and we look forward to more of these wonderful interviews in the future! We'd like to wish you many, many blessings!  Extra Special Thanks for Unrestricted Access to Wonderful Music (in Alphabetic order) Anne Roos Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of her masterful music to Anne Roos. You can find out more about Anne on her website or on her Contributor page. Caera Extra Special thanks go for permission to any of her evocative harping and Gaelic singing to Caera. You can find out more about Caera on her website or on her Contributor Page. Celia Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of her wonderful music to Celia Farran. You can find out more about Celia on her website or on her Contributor Page. Damh the Bard Extra Special thanks go to Damh the Bard for his permission to use any of his music on the Show. You can find out more about Damh (Dave) on his website or on his Contributor page. The Dolmen Extra Special thanks also go to The Dolmen, for their permission to use any of their fantastic Celtic Folk/Rock music on the Show. You can find out more about The Dolmen on their website or on our Contributor page. Keltoria Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of their inspired music to Keltoria. You can find out more about Keltoria on their website or on their Contributor page. Kevin Skinner Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of his superb music to Kevin Skinner. You can find out more about Kevin on his website or on his Contributor page. Phil Thornton Extra Special Thanks go for permisssion to use any of his astounding ambient music to the Sonic Sorcerer himself, Phil Thornton. You can find out more about Phil on his website or on his Contributor Page. S. J. Tucker Extra Special thanks go to Sooj for her permission to use any of her superb music. You can find out more about Sooj on her website or on her Contributor page. Spiral Dance Extra Special thanks go for permission to use Adrienne and the band to use any of their music in the show. You can find out more about Spiral Dance on their website or on their Contributor page. For Incidental Music Gwilym Morus, for his specially composed pieces for our interviews. See his website at welshmythology.com for more details. Diane Arkenstone The Secret Garden. See her Contributor page for details. Kim Robertson The Hangman's Noose. See her Contributor page for details. Jigger Time Ticks Away. See her Contributor page for details. For our Theme Music The Skylark and Haghole, the brilliant Culann's Hounds. See their Contributor page for details.   Get EXTRA content in the Celtic Myth Podshow App for iOS, Android & Windows Contact Us: You can leave us a message by using the Speakpipe Email us at: garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com. Facebook fan-page http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow, Twitter (@CelticMythShow) or Snapchat (@garyandruth), Pinterest (celticmythshow) or Instagram (celticmythshow)   Help Spread the Word: Please also consider leaving us a rating, a review and subscribing in iTunes or 'Liking' our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow as it helps let people discover our show - thank you :) If you've enjoyed the show, would you mind sharing it on Twitter please? Click here to post a tweet! Ways to subscribe to the Celtic Myth Podshow: Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Save Save

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  • 00:28:30

    Telemann à Hambourg en 1730 (4/5)

    · Musicopolis

    durée : 00:28:30 - Musicopolis - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - ## Programmation musicale ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Orpheus_ (1726) Acte III. Sc 1\. Air d'Orasie "Furcht und Hoffnung Hass und Liebe" Dorothea Röschmann, soprano, Akademie für Alte Musik, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMC 901618/19 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Pimpinone_ (1725) Récitatif "Doch was kann dieses wohl für Lust erwecken" et Aria (Duet) "Ella mi vuol" Uta Spreckelsen, soprano, Siegmund Nimsgern, basse, Ensemble Florilegium Musicum, direction Hans Ludwig Hirsch, direction Herbert Tachezi Warner 0190295860134 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Orpheus_ (1726) Acte II. Sc 5\. Choeur des esprits damnés "Heureux mortel, quelle est ta gloire ?" Choeur de chambre du RIAS de Berlin, Akademie für Alte Musik, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMC 901618/19 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Suite en fa majeur_ TWV 55:F3 (s.d.) Ouverture Les Ambassadeurs, direction Alexis Kosssenko Alpha 200 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Concerto en la min pour violon cordes et basse continue_ TWV 51:a1 (v.1708\-1716) II. Presto Zefira Valova, violon, Les Ambassadeurs, direction Alexis Kosssenko Alpha 200 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Concerto en Ut majeur_ TWV 51:C3 II. Largo Orchestre de chambre de Bâle, violon et direction Julia Schröder SONY 88697922562 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Concerto en Ut majeur_ TWV 51:C3 II. Largo International Baroque Players, violon et direction Johannes Pramsohler Raum Klang RK 3105 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Suite en ré mineur_ TWV 55:d3 (s.d.) Menuet I et II Zefiro, direction Alfredo Bernardini Arcana A371 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Suite en ré majeur pour viole de gambe et cordes_ TWV 55:D6 (s.d.) Bourrée Jaap Ter Linden, basse de viole, Musica Antiqua Köln, direction Reinhard Geobel Archiv Produktion 471492\-2 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Suite en sol min_ TWV 55:g7 (s.d.) Gavotte Elizabeth Wallfisch, violon et direction, Orchestre baroque Orfeo CPO 777 242\-2 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Suite en Ré Maj_ TWV 55:D22 (s.d.) Remède : Petite\-maison \- Furies Arte dei Suonatori, direction Martin Gester BIS BIS\-1979 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Kapitänsmusik_ TWV 15:11 (1738) Sérénade "Es locket die Trommel mit wirbelnden Schlägen". Choeur "Deutschlands Ruhm soll ewig stehen" Rheinische Kantorei, Das kleine Konzert, direction Hermann Max CPO 777 386\-2 ## Bibliographie **Georg Philipp Telemann**, A_utobiographies_ (Symétrie 2013) **Gilles Cantagrel**, _Georg Philip Telemann_ (Papillon 2003) **Laure Gauthier**, _L’Opéra à Hambourg (1648\-1728)_ (Pups 2009) **Romain Rolland**, _Voyage musical au pays du passé_ (1919) ## Lien [The German Spy: Or Familiar Letters From A Gentleman On His Travels Through Germany, To His Friend In England (1740)](https://archive.org/details/bub_gb_xE4HAAAAQAAJ) - réalisé par : Béatrice Trichet

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  • 01:51:47

    PHILIP MCKERNAN - BELIEVE IN YOU

    · London Real

    Watch: https://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/philip-mckernan-believe-in-you/ Success Secrets: https://londonrealacademy.com/success-secrets/philip-mckernan-success-secrets/  Who do you want approval from right now?Are you driven towards your goals because they are valuable in themselves, or because you want to make a point to someone? Are you living authentically, or at the mercy of a story that no longer works for you?This week’s guest on London Real is Philip McKernan. Philip believes that the biggest barrier to creating a meaningful life is the quality of relationship you have with yourself.Many of us use success, money and work as a way to avoid listening to our intuition, and what that intuition is telling us.For Philip, we live in a culture dominated by the mind. It’s his mission to turn people away from their minds, and towards their true selves.After working with thousands of people from the rich and the powerful, to orphans in the poor world, Philip is convinced that our struggles and depressions can be healed if we would just stop and listen to our intuition.We live a life running away from our feelings, but the sad truth is, according to Philip, they catch up with us eventually.The question is not what we think about money, relationships, family and work. The real question is how do they make us feel?It’s the story behind those feelings that holds the key to living a more fulfilled life. But as Philip says, it’s that very story we are doing our best to avoid.As he tells me in the course of our amazing discussion, when we give up trying to be who we think we should be, and allow ourselves to be who we really are, then we can start to build lasting happiness and self-worth.For most of us, who we are is tied up in what we do, and that’s what Philip is trying to steer us away from.Can you define yourself outside the work you do?Philip’s message is powerful, and he doesn’t waste words. This week’s interview is packed with ideas and practical advice on making the leap from what Philip calls ‘mindset’ to ‘soulset’.Just listening to Philip Mckernan is gonna make you feel like you are doing serious and fulfilling inner work.

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  • 00:28:30

    Telemann à Hambourg en 1730 (3/5)

    · Musicopolis

    durée : 00:28:30 - Musicopolis - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - ## Programmation musicale ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Flavius Bertaridus_ (1729) Acte I. Air de Grimoaldus "Wie glücklich wird ein Herr " Antonio Abete, basse, Academia Montis regalis, direction Alessandro de Marchi Deutsche Harmonia Mundi ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Der geduldige Socrates_ (1721) Air de Rodisette "Mich tröstet die Hoffnung" Nuria Rial, soprano, Maurice Steger, flûte, Orchestre de chambre de Bâle, direction Julia Schröder SONY 88697922562 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Der geduldige Socrates_ (1721) Air de Hildegard "Meine tränenwerden Wellen" Nuria Rial, soprano, Orchestre de chambre de Bâle, direction Julia Schröder SONY 88697922562 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Trauerkantate_ (Cantate funèbre) "Du aber Daniel, gehe hin" TWV 4:17 (s.d.) VIII. Choeur "Schlaft wohl ihr selige Gebeine" Ricercar Consort (enregistrement 1990) Ricercar RIC375/7 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) Cantate TVWV 1:897 _Ihr, deren Leben mit banger Finsternis umgeben_ (1725\-26) Air "Schaut in dieses Sonnenlicht" Henri Ledroit, contreténor, Ricercar Consort (enregistrement 1983) Ricercar RIC375/7 _♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) Passion selon Saint Mathieu_ TVWV 5:31 (1746) Choral "Du o Herr hast ausgestanden" Les Agrémens, Choeur de chambre de Namur, direction Weiland Kuijken Ricercar RIC375/7 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Passion selon Saint Mathieu_ TVWV 5:31 (1746) Récitatif l'évangéliste les 2 servantes Pierre choeur "Sie antworen und sprachen" Stéphane Van Dijck, ténor, Caroline Pelon, soprano, Les Agrémens, Choeur de chambre de Namur, direction Weiland Kuijken Ricercar RIC375/7 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Oratorio de la Passion_ TWV 5:2 (1722) Das selige Erwägen des bitteren Leidens und Sterbens Jesu Christi I.Sonata, puis Aria de Jésus "Vater, Vater" Berthold Possemeyer, baryton, L'Arpa Festante München, direction Wolfgang Schäfer Brilliant Classics 94318 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) Oratorio de la Passion TWV 5:2 (1722) Das selige Erwägen des bitteren Leidens und Sterbens Jesu Christi. Aria "Tränen, die der Glaube" Barbara Locher, soprano, L'Arpa Festante München, direction Wolfgang Schäfer Brilliant Classics 94318 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) Cantate _Ach, Seele, hungre, dürste_ (O âme affamée, assoiffée) TWV 1:294 Aria "Kommt, ihr armen Menschenkinder !" Eva Lax, mezzo\-soprano, Ensemble Barocco Padovano Sans Souci, direction et hautbois Giuseppe Nalin dynamic CDS 130 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) Cantate _Was gleicht dem Adel wahrer Christen_ TWV 1:1511 (1725\-26) Aria "Walle vor Insbrunst, erfreutes Geblute" Jan van Elsacker, ténor, Bergen Barokk Toccata Classics TOCC 0180 ## Bibliographie **Georg Philipp Telemann**_, Autobiographies (Symétrie 2013)_ **Gilles Cantagrel**_, Georg Philip Telemann (Papillon 2003)_ **Laure Gauthier**_, L’Opéra à Hambourg (1648\-1728) (Pups 2009)_ **Romain Rolland**_, Voyage musical au pays du passé (1919)_ ## Lien [The German Spy: Or Familiar Letters From A Gentleman On His Travels Through Germany, To His Friend In England (1740)](https://archive.org/details/bub_gb_xE4HAAAAQAAJ) - réalisé par : Béatrice Trichet

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  • 00:01:36

    Philip McKernan - Discover Your Destiny - Trailer

    · London Real

    Philip McKernan - Discover Your Destiny (trailer)Full Episode public release: 28-Aug-2016This week’s returning guest on London Real is Philip McKernan. Philip believes that the biggest barrier to creating a meaningful life is the quality of relationship you have with yourself.Who are you seeking approval from right now? Are you driven towards your goals because they are valuable in themselves, or because you want to make a point to someone? Are you living authentically, or at the mercy of a story that no longer works for you?Many of us use success, money and work as a way to avoid listening to our intuition, and what that intuition is telling us.For Philip, we live in a culture dominated by the mind. It's his mission to turn people away from their minds, and towards their true selves. After working with thousands of people from the rich and the powerful, to orphans in the poor world, Philip is convinced that our struggles and depressions can be healed if we would just stop and listen to our intuition.We live a life running away from our feelings, but the sad truth is, according to Philip, they catch up with us eventually. The question is not what we think about money, relationships, family and work. The real question is how do they make us feel?It’s the story behind those feelings that holds the key to living a more fulfilled life. But as Philip says, it’s that very story we are doing our best to avoid.As he tells me in the course of our amazing discussion, when we give up trying to be who we think we should be, and allow ourselves to be who we really are, then we can start to build lasting happiness and self-worth. For most of us, who we are is tied up in what we do, and that's what Philip is trying to steer us away from. Can you define yourself outside the work you do? Philip’s message is powerful, and he doesn’t waste words. This week’s interview is packed with ideas and practical advice on making the leap from what Philip calls ‘mindset’ to ‘soulset’.Just listening to Philip Mckernan is gonna make you feel like you are doing serious and fulfilling inner work. LONDON REAL ACADEMY: http://www.LondonRealAcademy.comSUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToLondonRealMUSIC: https://soundcloud.com/stephen-anderson/fields-of-light  Stephen Anderson - Fields of Light

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  • 00:43:58

    #29: Being a HERO Dad (with guest Philip Rivers)

    · Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

    This week’s episode features Philip Rivers, NFL quarterback of the LA Chargers, talking to Dr. Meg about being a HERO dad. Philip is not only a star on the football field, but he is a husband, father of 8 kids, and he is passionate about his role as a father. He talks about balancing a demanding career with being a great husband and father in his own house. Along with this great conversation with Philip Rivers, Dr. Meg will give you three points to ponder that you don’t want to miss and she answers a question from a mom about getting kids to clean up after themselves. Do you have a question for Dr. Meg? If so, email them to askmeg@megmeekermd.com and she could answer your question in an upcoming episode!   0:00 – WELCOME Dr. Meg introduces the topic “Being a HERO Dad”. She teases her conversation with Philip Rivers, her three points to ponder, and a social question from a mom about getting kids to lean up messes when they should.   1:36 – PARENTING RESOURCES Dr. Meg’s new book, HERO: Becoming The Strong Father Your Children Need is available NOW! Many of us know that Dr. Meg has a passion about the relationship between children and their fathers. Regardless of your situation in life, whether you’re married, divorced, widowed, or a step-father, the book HERO: Becoming The Strong Father Your Children Need will show you how and why you should strive to be a hero father and the impact your presence and involvement has on your children. Go to HeroDadBook.com and order your copy today along with a great gift bundle perfect for Father’s Day, birthdays, or any occasion.   2:59 – POINTS TO PONDER Dr. Meg gives you three points to ponder as you learn more about being a HERO dad!   7:10 – A CONVERSATION WITH PHILIP RIVERS (PART 1) Dr. Meg welcomes NFL quarterback and HERO father, Philip Rivers to talk about how he balances his career in the NFL with being a great husband and father. Dr. Meg also talks with Philip about how his relationship with his wife, Tiffany, is important to raising great kids.   21:13 – AD – AMAZON KINDLE Great spellers come from great readers! That’s why AMAZON KINDLE is the presenting sponsor of the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee on June 1, 2017 at 8 PM on ESPN. The Kindle e-reader is the perfect companion to young readers because they can carry thousands of books on one device without overloading a backpack. It’s also a dedicated e-reader, so no distractions from apps, games, or videos! Create flashcards for review later along with personal profiles for each kid! Visit amazon.com/kindleforkids to learn more about how Kindle inspires the love of reading in kids!   22:34 – AD – STORYWORTH Everyone has a family member who tells the best stories! Preserve those treasured narratives for future generations to enjoy! Simply purchase a subscription for a family member, and each week STORYWORTH sends them an email with a question for them to respond either via phone or email. Each year the stories are bound in a book. Go to storyworth.com/meg and get $20 your subscription!   23:58 – A CONVERSATION WITH PHILIP RIVERS (PART 2) Dr. Meg welcomes NFL quarterback and HERO father, Philip Rivers to talk about how he balances his career in the NFL with being a great husband and father. Dr. Meg also talks with Philip about how his relationship with his wife, Tiffany, is important to raising great kids.   39:33 – LET’S GET SOCIAL Email Dr. Meg at askmeg@megmeekermd.com or tweet your question to her @MegMeekerMD. In this segment, Dr. Meg answers a question from Amber about how to manage expectations of how clean her kids’ bedrooms will and should be according to their ages.   42:58 – PARENT PEP RALLY   43:25 – FROM THE PRODUCER Thanks for listening to Episode 27, Courageous Parenting! Get Social with Dr. Meg on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @MegMeekerMD   Have a parenting question? Write Dr. Meg at askmeg@megmeekermd.com and your question could be featured in a future episode!   Dr. Meg’s parenting resources and tools are available at www.megmeekermd.com and click on “Parenting Resources”. Enjoying the Parenting Great Kids podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave a review for us on iTunes!

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  • 00:28:30

    Telemann à Hambourg en 1730 (5/5)

    · Musicopolis

    durée : 00:28:30 - Musicopolis - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - ## Programmation musicale ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) CD 610799 _Kapitänsmusik_ TWV 15:2a (1724) Oratorio "Freuet euch des Herrn, ihr Gerechten" I. Choeur Telemannisches Collegium Michaelstein, direction Ludger Rémy CPO 777 176\-2 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Kapitänsmusik_ TWV 15:2a (1724) Oratorio "Freuet euch des Herrn, ihr Gerechten" III. Aria "Wie wunderbar sind deine Werke" Magdalena Podkoscielna, soprano, Telemannisches Collegium Michaelstein, direction Ludger Rémy CPO 777 176\-2 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Kapitänsmusik_ TWV 15:2b (1724) Sérénade "Geliebter Aufenthalt" Aria "Ihr saumenden Wellen" Matthias Vieweg, baryton, Telemannisches Collegium Michaelstein, direction Ludger Rémy CPO 777 176\-2 ♫ **Johann Mattheson** (1681\-1764) _Magnificat a due cori_ (1716) Choeur "Meine Seele erhebet den Herren" Kolner Akademie Orchester Damals und Heute, direction Michael Alexander Willens CPO 777 274\-2 ♫ **Johann Mattheson** (1681\-1764) _Die heylsame Geburt_(1716) Trio "Dir Gott und Mensch sei ewig Ehr' und Ruhm" Ursula Eittinger, alto, Andreas Post, tenor, Stephen McLeod, basse Kolner Akademie Orchester Damals und Heute, direction Michael Alexander Willens CPO 777 274\-2 ♫ **Reinhard Keiser** (1674\-1739) _Der geliebte Adonis_ (1697) Ein Mägdlein und ein Orgelwerk Jan Kobow, ténor, Ensemble United Continuo Pan Classics PC 10237 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Brockes\-Passion_ TWV 5:1 (1716) I. Abendmahl. Sinfonia Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMU 902013.14 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) Brockes\-Passion TWV 5:1 (1716) 16\. Jésus "Mein Vater !" Johannes Weisser, baryton, Jésus, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMU 902013.14 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Brockes\-Passion_ TWV 5:1 (1716) 72\. "Verwegner Dorn, barbarsche Spitzen !" Daniel Behle, ténor, l'Evangéliste, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMU 902013.14 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) Brockes\-Passion TWV 5:1 (1716) 106\. Trio Drei glaubige Seelen (3 âmes croyantes) "Oddonerwort" (O tonnerre) Birgitte Christensen et Lydia Teuscher, sopranos, Marie\-Claude Chappuis, mezzo\-soprano, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMU 902013.14 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Sonate en trio en sol mineur_ TWV 42 (1740) I. Mesto Ensemble Amarillis, Héloïse Gaillard, hautbois et direction Ambroisie AM 112 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Sonate en trio en sol mineur_ TWV 42 (1740) I. Mesto Ensemble Amarillis, Héloïse Gaillard, hautbois et direction Ambroisie AM 112 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Brockes\-Passion_ TWV 5:1 (1716) 117\. Choeur "Ich bin ein Glied an deinem Leib" RIAS Kammerchor, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMU 902013.14 ## Bibliographie **Georg Philipp Telemann**, _Autobiographies_ (Symétrie 2013) **Gilles Cantagrel**, _Georg Philip Telemann_ (Papillon 2003) **Laure Gauthier,** _L’Opéra à Hambourg_ (1648\-1728) (Pups 2009) **Romain Rolland**, _Voyage musical au pays du passé_ (1919) ## Lien [The German Spy: Or Familiar Letters From A Gentleman On His Travels Through Germany, To His Friend In England (1740)](https://archive.org/details/bub_gb_xE4HAAAAQAAJ) - réalisé par : Béatrice Trichet

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  • 00:28:30

    Telemann à Hambourg en 1730 (1/5)

    · Musicopolis

    durée : 00:28:30 - Musicopolis - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - ## Programmation musicale ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Cantate Lobet den Herrn, alle seine Heerscharen_ (1721) I. Chorus Lobet den Herrn Collegium vocale des Bach\-Chores Siegen, Hannoversche Hofkapelle, Trompeten\-Consort Friedemann Immer, direction Ulrich Stötzel Hänssler classic 98.179 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Ouverture TWV 55:C3 "Wasser Ouverture \- Hamburger Ebb' und Fluth_ (1723) I. Ouverture The King's Consort, direction Robert King Hypérion CDA 66967 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Ouverture TWV 55:a2 I. Ouverture_ Il Giardino Armonico, direction et flûte à bec Giovanni Antonini Alpha ALPHA245 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Ouverture TWV 55:C3 "Wasser Ouverture \- Hamburger Ebb' und Fluth_ (1723) III.Bourrée "Die erwachende Thetis" Höör Barock, direction Dan Laurin BIS BIS2235 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) ou plutôt **Christoph Ludwig Fehre** (attribuée longtemps à Telemann, il a été prouvé en 1995 que la pièce était de Fehre) _Der Schulmeister_ Siegmund Nimsgern, baryton\-basse, Membres du choeur d'enfants de Stuttgart, Collegium Aureum DHM 05472 77817 2 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Cantate Ich werde fast entzückt !_ (Quelle merveille) (1731–2) TWV 1:881 Eva Lax, mezzo\-soprano, Ensemble Barocco Padovano Sans Souci, direction et hautbois Giuseppe Nalin dynamic CDS 130 ♫ **Johann Sebastian Bach** (1685\-1750) _Cantate_ BWV 115 _"Mache dich mein Geist bereit"_ (1724) VI. Choral "Drum so lasst uns immerdar" Tölzer Knabenchor, Concentus musicus Wien, direction Nikolaus Harnoncourt Teldec 242608\-2 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Ouverture_ TWV 55:D15 Zefiro, direction Alfredo Bernardini Arcana A371 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Emma und Eginhard_ (1728) Air de Hildegard "Steckt Mars den degen ein" Nuria Rial, soprano, Orchestre de chambre de Bâle, direction Julia Schröder SONY 88697922562 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Orpheus_ (1726) Acte I. Air d'Orasie "Su mio core a la vendetta" Dorothea Röschmann, soprano, Akademie für Alte Musik, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMC 901618/19 ♫ **Reinhard Keiser** (1674\-1739) _Fredegunda_ (1715) Air de Galsuinde "Lasciami piangere" Joyce Di Donato, mezzo\-soprano, Il complesso barocco, direction Alan Curtis Virgin Classics 5099960265425 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Concerto pour trompette_ en Ré majeur TWV 51:D7 (c1708–14) II. Allegro Friedemann Immer, trompette, Musika Antiqua Köln, direction Reinhard Goebel Archiv Produktion 419633\-2 ## Bibliographie **Georg Philipp Telemann**, _Autobiographies_ (Symétrie 2013) **Gilles Cantagrel**, _Georg Philip Telemann_ (Papillon 2003) **Laure Gauthier**, _L’Opéra à Hambourg_ (1648\-1728) (Pups 2009) **Romain Rolland**,_Voyage musical au pays du passé_ (1919) - réalisé par : Béatrice Trichet

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  • Ep.40 Philip Hitchen on How He Overcame Adversity, Improved His Lifestyle and Raised His Business’ Revenue by £3 Million in Just Five Years

    · The Dent Podcast

    In 2011, Philip Hitchen was diagnosed with cancer and spent three months having chemotherapy. That experience changed everything, not just in his life but in business too. Since then, Philip has increased the turnover of his bus and coach hire business, Belle Vue, by £3 million plus. He’s added 40 vehicles to his company, has 93 employees and is helping other business owners to achieve similar results.      Here, we deconstruct all of that and map out Philip’s journey that led to Belle Vue becoming an award-winning, leading transport brand for education across Greater Manchester in the United Kingdom, moving 1.4 million passengers per year. This is definitely one to check out if you’re at a stage where you're wondering how to scale your business and improve efficiency. In this episode we really get into: How Philip overcame intense price competition with a simple, free product Using customer criticism to develop a better product How he decimated (and acquired) the competition to 100% own his niche Philip on how he acquired two businesses from hospital in between bouts of chemotherapy The mindset that helped him overcome cancer and also solve some major business challenges How he transformed a hard grind business into a lifestyle business Building trust and credibility with clients using a simple communication system How a stellar reputation and word-of-mouth landed Philip’s business with the biggest and most lucrative contracts Dealing with inefficiency and wasted talent to improve margins and revenue How Philip saved £43,000 per annum by improving his drivers’ performances Using the universal language of iMA to improve communication, trust, understanding, cooperation and ultimately sales The Wheel of Life - a tool Philip uses to help motivate and train Resources LinkedIn iMA Twitter Belle Vue Coach Hire The Belle Vue Coach Email The Wheel of Life Francis House Stockport Metro The post Ep.40 Philip Hitchen on How He Overcame Adversity, Improved His Lifestyle and Raised His Business’ Revenue by £3 Million in Just Five Years appeared first on Key Person of Influence.

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  • Filmmaking with Philip Bloom GCS105

    · Go Creative Show

    The one and only Philip Bloom joins us today to talk about his career shooting across the world, new cinematic technologies like 360 video, drone videography, and how his work has inspired a generation of filmmakers. The Go Creative Show is supported by Hedge For Mac Kessler Crane Rule Boston Camera PremiumBeat News Shooter Shutterstock The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Burning Man by Zac Nelson Spotlight: Philip Bloom Philip Bloom is a world-renowned filmmaker who has proved to his audiences that you can create incredible cinematic images no matter the camera. Some of Philip most iconic work was created with DSLR’s and as one of the biggest evangelists for their use, his website PhilipBloom.net has become the home for filmmakers who embrace new production technologies. Philip has worked across the world and won countless awards, but most importantly, he’s inspired millions of filmmakers to follow their dreams. How Philip got his start in the production industry How the news industry shaped Philip's career Is the Golden Age of Blogs over? 360 video production Drone videography and the Mavic Pro DSLR filmmaking Philips wildly successful blog Tips for staying engaged in your work Shooting CNN's Wanderlist Why Philip loves Instagram Stories and much much more! SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: Philip Bloom Official Website @philipbloom on Twitter Philip Bloom on Instagram Ben Consoli on Instagram Go Creative Show Twitter BC Media Productions Website SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media. HedgeForMac.com Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. www.rule.com // Rule's Event Page PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound www.premiumbeat.com News Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema NewsShooter.com Shutterstock - Premium Footage and Images Shutterstock.com

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  • US Composers: Steve Reich, Philip Glass and John Adams

    · Front Row

    Philip Glass, Steve Reich and John Adams are America's greatest living composers. Between them, they have helped change the way music is made and heard, repeating rhythms, highlighting melodies and overlapping time signatures to create new musical languages that are widely heard in the looped and sampled soundtrack to the 21st century. As they reach milestone birthdays, they talk to John Wilson about their work, and about the musical movement that links the three of them - Minimalism.Playlist:Philip Glass - Closing Steve Reich - Clapping John Adams - Phrygian Gates Bartok - Concerto For Two Pianos, Percussion and Orchestra, 3rd movt Stravinsky - Rite of Spring Bach Brandenburg 5 Charlie Parker - Be Bop Tchaikovsky's - 1812 OvertureBozo the Clown Philip Glass - Dance 8 Steve Reich - Livelihood John Adams - On the Transmigration of SoulsSteve Reich - Different TrainsPhilip Glass - Floe Philip Glass - Facades Steve Reich - ClappingSteve Reich - Piano Phase Steve Reich - Drumming Steve Reich - Clapping John Adams - Grand Pianola Music Philip Glass - Knee Play 1 from Einstein on the BeachPhilip Glass - Evening Song from Satyagraha John Adams - The People Are The Heroes Now from Nixon in ChinaSteve Reich - The Cave John Adams - Hallelujah Junction Philip Glass - The Hours Steve Reich - Music for 18 Musicians Producer: Rebecca Armstrong.

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  • 01:00:36

    EP146: Philip McKernan on How To Create A Life That Means Something

    · Untame the Wild Soul: Spirituality | Womanhood | Sex | Money | Relationships | Success (audio)

    All year I've been hearing the name Philip McKernan from people I really admire and respect like former podcast guests Giovanni Marsico and Samantha Skelly, so when his team reached out to us about having him on the podcast I was an instant, "Hell yes!" Philip believes the path to a happy and fulfilling life is found through the meaning we derive in life through the WORK we do, our relationship to OTHERS and the most important relationship of all, the one with ones SELF. In this interview we jam on all of that, along with other interesting stuff like navigating fear, uncertainty and limitations, the relationship between judgement and compassion, the purpose of pain, how anger keeps us from accessing our intuition and so much more. It's one of those conversations I didn't want to come to an end. You'll probably want to listen more than once. Enjoy! About Philip McKernan: Philip works with entrepreneurs and business leaders all over the world. When people are seeking clarity about their future or want to move through roadblocks, seen and unseen, they call Philip. He helps people get clear on who they are and where they need to go. He helps them transition in their personal and professional lives so people feel aligned in all areas of life. Philip believes who and what we do ‘off the ice’ has a huge impact on our results ‘on the ice’. In more recent times he has worked with the Canadian Olympic Team, The Pentagon and has shared the stage with other speakers like the Dalai Lama and Richard Branson. With a knack of getting into all sorts of scenarios – he’s caddied in golf for the President of Ireland, been chased and nearly killed by a bull elephant in Nigeria and made wine in Australia. He has traveled to 80 countries around the globe and has worked with orphans in Sri Lanka, Peru, India and Guatemala, written 4 books despite being dyslexic and his first documentary film will be released in late 2016. The film explores how the gift of giving makes up feel more worthy and alive. It also explores the science behind the impact of giving on our emotional well being, our mental health, our physiology and our business’s. Philip believes the path to a happy and fulfilling life is found through the meaning we derive in life through the WORK we do, our relationship to OTHERS and the most important relationship of all, the one with ones SELF. In this episode, Philip shares: 1. Loving what you do, who you are and who you're with 2. How and where we lose our identities in life and what to do about it 3. Common misunderstandings about anger 4. Why people come together in partnership  

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  • 01:01:40

    EP146: Philip McKernan on How To Create A Life That Means Something

    · Untame the Wild Soul: Spirituality | Womanhood | Sex | Money | Relationships | Success

    All year I've been hearing the name Philip McKernan from people I really admire and respect like former podcast guests Giovanni Marsico and Samantha Skelly, so when his team reached out to us about having him on the podcast I was an instant, "Hell yes!" Philip believes the path to a happy and fulfilling life is found through the meaning we derive in life through the WORK we do, our relationship to OTHERS and the most important relationship of all, the one with ones SELF. In this interview we jam on all of that, along with other interesting stuff like navigating fear, uncertainty and limitations, the relationship between judgement and compassion, the purpose of pain, how anger keeps us from accessing our intuition and so much more. It's one of those conversations I didn't want to come to an end. You'll probably want to listen more than once. Enjoy! About Philip McKernan: Philip works with entrepreneurs and business leaders all over the world. When people are seeking clarity about their future or want to move through roadblocks, seen and unseen, they call Philip. He helps people get clear on who they are and where they need to go. He helps them transition in their personal and professional lives so people feel aligned in all areas of life. Philip believes who and what we do ‘off the ice’ has a huge impact on our results ‘on the ice’. In more recent times he has worked with the Canadian Olympic Team, The Pentagon and has shared the stage with other speakers like the Dalai Lama and Richard Branson. With a knack of getting into all sorts of scenarios – he’s caddied in golf for the President of Ireland, been chased and nearly killed by a bull elephant in Nigeria and made wine in Australia. He has traveled to 80 countries around the globe and has worked with orphans in Sri Lanka, Peru, India and Guatemala, written 4 books despite being dyslexic and his first documentary film will be released in late 2016. The film explores how the gift of giving makes up feel more worthy and alive. It also explores the science behind the impact of giving on our emotional well being, our mental health, our physiology and our business’s. Philip believes the path to a happy and fulfilling life is found through the meaning we derive in life through the WORK we do, our relationship to OTHERS and the most important relationship of all, the one with ones SELF. In this episode, Philip shares: 1. Loving what you do, who you are and who you're with 2. How and where we lose our identities in life and what to do about it 3. Common misunderstandings about anger 4. Why people come together in partnership  

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  • 00:14:37

    Höstlovsläsning: Philip Larkin - Breven till Monica

    · OBS

    Radioessä: Den brittiske poeten Philip Larkin blir fortfarande läst och älskad, ett kvarts sekel efter sin död. Men när hans brev till livskamraten Monica Jones publicerades förra året kom kanske mindre kända sidor av honom fram. Jan Norming läser Philip Larkins brev till Monica och skissar sitt porträtt av ett förhållande, och två liv. (Den här radioessän sändes första gången den 18 mars 2011) Litteratur: Larkin, Philip: Letters to Monica Edited by Anthony Thwaite, Faber and Faber och Bodleian Library Larkin, Philip: The Whitsun Weddings, Faber and Faber Larkin, Philip: Collected Poems, The Marvell Press och Faber and Faber Larkin, Philip: Döden är ett moln, dikter i urval, översättning av Olle Thörnvall, Ellerströms förlag Länkar: Diskussionssida om och med Philip Larkins nyupptäckta dikt, “Dear Jake” The Poetry Archive, med inläsningar av Philip Larkin Programledare: Fredrik Pålsson  fredrik.palsson@sr.se Producent: Lena Birgersdotter  lena.birgersdotter@sr.se

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  • 00:14:39

    Philip Larkin - Breven till Monica

    · OBS

    Radioessä: Den brittiske poeten Philip Larkin blir fortfarande läst och älskad, ett kvarts sekel efter sin död. Men när hans brev till livskamraten Monica Jones publicerades förra året kom kanske mindre kända sidor av honom fram. Jan Norming läser Philip Larkins brev till Monica och skissar sitt porträtt av ett förhållande, och två liv. Litteratur: Larkin, Philip: Letters to Monica Edited by Anthony Thwaite, Faber and Faber och Bodleian Library Larkin, Philip: The Whitsun Weddings, Faber and Faber Larkin, Philip: Collected Poems, The Marvell Press och Faber and Faber Larkin, Philip: Döden är ett moln, dikter i urval, översättning av Olle Thörnvall, Ellerströms förlag Länkar: Diskussionssida om och med Philip Larkins nyupptäckta dikt, “Dear Jake” The Poetry Archive, med inläsningar av Philip Larkin Programledare: Fredrik Pålsson  fredrik.palsson@sr.se Producent: Lena Birgersdotter  lena.birgersdotter@sr.se

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  • 01:06:15

    TICM 118 | Philip Mckernan |The Power Of Your Story: Owning Who You Are

    · The Inner Changemaker Podcast with Jay Wong | Purpose | Entrepreneurs | Motivation | Life Strategy

    Philip Mckernan is an inspirational speaker, writer and filmmaker. Philip works with entrepreneurs and business leaders all over the world. When people are seeking clarity about their future or want to move through roadblocks, seen and unseen, they call Philip. As a speaker he has inspired and challenged the Canadian Olympic Team and The Pentagon to name a few. He helps people get clear on who they are and where they need to go. He helps them transition in their personal and professional lives so people feel aligned in all areas of life. Philip believes who and what we do ‘off the ice’ has a huge impact on our results ‘on the ice’. What separates Philip from a lot of coaches, speakers and gurus is originality. He brings new conversations to the table and spends an obscene amount of time thinking and challenging the status quo, instead of simply repackaging business & life hacking strategies. Philip McKernan is a philosopher, a modern day philosopher of the human experience. With a knack of getting into all sorts of scenarios – he’s caddied in golf for the President of Ireland, been chased and nearly killed by a bull elephant in Nigeria and made wine in Australia. He has traveled to 80 countries around the globe and has worked with orphans in Sri Lanka, Peru, India and Guatemala, written 4 books despite being dyslexic and his first documentary film will be released in late 2016. The film explores how the gift of giving makes up feel more worthy and alive. It also explores the science behind the impact of giving on our emotional well being, our mental health, our physiology and our business’s. Philip believes the path to a happy and fulfilling life is found through the meaning we derive in life through the WORK we do, our relationship to OTHERS and the most important relationship of all, the one with ones SELF. Show note and links to Video interview: www.theinnerchangemaker.com/podcast/118

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