Brené with Austin Channing Brown on I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness
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Austin Channing Brown’s anti-racism work is critical to changing our world, and her ability to talk about what is good and true about love, about our faith, and about loving each other is transformative. She is a writer, a speaker, and a media producer providing inspired leadership on racial justice in America. In this episode, we connect on her book I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness, and talk about her online television show, The Next Question.

Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris
Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris
ABC News
#326: How to Make a Masterpiece | Pete Docter
We’re all creatives, whether we think of ourselves that way or not. In so many aspects of your life, from planning your future to planning a meal to curating your social media, you need to be able to both envision and then execute. And how you work with your mind in these moments is key. Today, we are going to hear from a master creator -- the mind behind brilliant Pixar movies such as Inside Out, Up, and the recently-released Soul -- about how to run a creative process at the highest possible level. (I have a six-year-old, and, in my opinion, one of the worst parts of the job of being a dad is sitting through insipid children's entertainment. But the aforementioned films have been both thrilling and moving to consume, for both me and my son.) My guest today is Pete Docter, who directed all three of those films. He is the Chief Creative Officer of Pixar. He is also a meditator and a practicing Christian whose films are each motivated by a big, pressing question he is posing to himself about his own life. In this conversation, he takes us inside the making of his films, most notably Soul, for which he and his team had to invent a coherent metaphysical scheme to explain both the afterlife -- and the before. We also talk about how his spiritual practices support his storytelling endeavors, and how to power through the pain, frustration, and embarrassment of trying to make something truly original. One more thing: We would appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to help us out by answering a survey about your experience with this podcast. Our team here cares deeply about you, our listeners, and we are always looking for ways to improve. Please go to https://www.tenpercent.com/survey. And thank you. Full Shownotes: https://www.tenpercent.com/podcast-episode/pete-docter-326
51 min
On Being with Krista Tippett
On Being with Krista Tippett
On Being Studios
The Question “Who Am I,” and Movies We Love
So many of us have been getting through this year by watching movies at home by ourselves, or with friends on Zoom, inventing new ways to grieve and to hope, to keep ourselves laughing, all through the simple act of watching stories unfold on our screens. Movies have the power to unearth the many layers of our identities; to help us answer the question: Who am I? And that is what we trace, by way of a few beloved movies including _The Color Purple_, _The Fly_, and _Blockers_, in this episode. Danez Smith — is a Black, queer, HIV-positive writer and performer from St. Paul, Minnesota. They are the author of _Homie_ and _Don’t Call Us Dead_, which was a finalist for the National Book Award. Tony Banout — is the Senior Vice President of Interfaith Youth Core. He holds a PhD from the University of Chicago, where he studied at the Divinity School and was a Martin Marty Center and Provost fellow. Shea Serrano — is an author, journalist, and former teacher whose work has been featured in The Ringer and Grantland. He’s the author of _The Rap Year Book_, _Basketball (and Other Things),_ and _Movies (and Other Things)_. Emily VanDerWerff — is a writer and the Critic at Large for Vox. Virgie Tovar — is an author, activist, and one of the nation's leading experts and lecturers on weight-based discrimination and body image. She is the author of _You Have the Right to Remain Fat _and _The Self-Love Revolution_, and hosts the podcast Rebel Eaters Club. Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.
51 min
Your Parenting Mojo - Respectful, research-based parenting ideas to help kids thrive
Your Parenting Mojo - Respectful, research-based parenting ideas to help kids thrive
Jen Lumanlan
130: Introduction to mindfulness and meditation with Diana Winston
"When she was younger, she wasn't that into reading and that was like a huge deal for me. I thought: "I'm such a reader. My daughter doesn't love to read." She's still not a big reader, but it's not hampering her in any way. She's blossoming in fifty other ways, but when I get caught in that story, "She's not like me. She's not..." - that's when I'm suffering. So I settle back into trusting, and think: "Oh, she's becoming who she is. Let her be that." -Diana Winston   Meditation is touted as being a cure-all for everything from anxiety to depression to addictions. But is it possible that all this is too good to be true? In this episode, meditation teacher - and former Buddhist nun! - Diana Winston guides us through what we know of the research on meditation that's relevant to parents. It turns out that the quality of much of this research isn't amazing, but this may not matter to you if you're thinking of starting a meditation practice because the opportunity cost (a few minutes a day) is so low and the potential benefits are so high. We walk through a basic meditation that you can do anywhere, and no - it doesn't involve sitting cross-legged with your thumb and first finger held in a circle and saying 'ommmmmm....'. I was skeptical about meditation too - until I tried it. Perhaps it might help you as well?   Jump to highlights: (02:36) Introducing Diana Winston (03:39) Defining Mindfulness (05:25) Distinguishing between mindfulness and meditation (06:26) How can mindfulness benefit me? (08:05) Self-hatred as a Western concept (12:27) The practice of mindfulness rooted in religion and cultural appropriation (13:57) The research on mindfulness (17:27) Why is it so hard to study mindfulness? (19:33) Mindfulness vs science as tools of observation (21:26) The benefits of mindfulness to parents and children (28:04) Improving parent-child relationships through mindfulness (30:27) Working in mindfulness practices in the context of communities (35:52) Practice mindfulness now with this quick walkthrough (42:46) Sit Still and It Will Hurt Eventually   Useful links: https://yourparentingmojo.com/tamingyourtriggers/ (Taming Your Triggers Workshop)   Books and other resources: https://www.amazon.com/Little-Book-Being-Practices-Uncovering/dp/1683642171 (The Little Book of Being: Practices and Guidance for Uncovering Your Natural Awareness) https://wakingup.com/ (Waking Up App by Sam Harris) https://www.uclahealth.org/marc/ucla-mindful-app (UCLA Mindful App) https://www.tenpercent.com/ (Ten Percent Happier App) https://www.amazon.com/Wide-Awake-Buddhist-Guide-Teens/dp/0399528970 (Wide Awake: A Buddhist Guide for Teens)   Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2174808219425589 (Your Parenting Mojo Facebook Group)   [accordion] [accordion-item title="Click here to read the full transcript"] Jen 00:02 Hi, I'm Jen and I host the Your Parenting Mojo podcast. We all want our children to lead fulfilling lives, but it can be so hard to keep up with the latest scientific research on child development and figure out whether and how to incorporate it into our own approach to parenting. Here at Your Parenting Mojo, I do the work for you by critically examining strategies and tools related to parenting and child development that are grounded in scientific research and principles of respectful parenting. If you'd like to be notified when new episodes are released, and get a FREE Guide called 13 Reasons Why Your Child Won't Listen To You and What To Do About Each One, just head over to YourParentingMojo.com/SUBSCRIBE. You can also continue the conversation about the show with other listeners and the Your Parenting Mojo Facebook group. I do hope you'll join us.   Jen 01:00 Hello, and welcome to the Your Parenting Mojo podcast. Today we're going to continue our exploration of topics related to mindfulness as we start to do some episodes
53 min
Death, Sex & Money
Death, Sex & Money
WNYC Studios
I Was Your Father, Until I Wasn't
Tony* wasn't sure what to say when the woman he'd slept with told him she was pregnant. First, he says, there was a long pause. They weren't a couple, and he didn't want to say the wrong thing. "I told her that it was her choice and if she chose to keep it, then I would be a good dad," he remembers. "I was freaking out." At the time, Tony was in his mid-20s, working as a bartender and photographer in a college town out west. Tony started paying child support for his daughter near the end of the pregnancy, went to prenatal appointments, and took parenting classes along with the baby's mother. On the day his daughter was born, Tony cut the umbilical cord. And Tony was an active father. As soon as his daughter could take a bottle, he says he started sharing custody of her, sometimes watching her three or four days a week. "We were really just good buddies," he says. "It felt good to have purpose, and it felt amazing to love something so much, in a completely new way." Money became a source of tension, though, between Tony and the baby's mother. So did the fact that as his daughter got older, she started looking less like him or her mother. Tony decided to get a paternity test when his daughter was about a year old. "I couldn't play it dumb forever," Tony says—but he also feared the results. "That's not something that you want to know, especially when you love something so much." Tony quickly learned the truth: he had a zero percent probability of being the biological father. He called the mother to tell her, and soon after that, he met Victor*, the man who is his daughter's biological father. Over beers, they talked about Tony's shock, Victor's suspicions from the sidelines, and their plan for the little girl they both considered a daughter. More than two years later, they joined me to talk about the logistics and emotions of the transition that followed, which included packing up a pickup truck with nursery furniture to move it from Tony's place to Victor's. This episode first aired in 2017. *Last names have been withheld for privacy reasons.
30 min
Terrible, Thanks For Asking
Terrible, Thanks For Asking
American Public Media
Who Cares? (Part 4): Care During COVID
Caregiving has always been hard work, and heart work. It has always been challenging, rewarding, grueling and life-giving. It has always been work worth doing, and work whose worth is challenged, or hard to quantify. And adding COVID to the mix…didn’t help. This episode is filled with stories from caregivers; people who were thrust into this role by COVID, or found the role further complicated by COVID. It is a reminder that you are not alone, even when you are bone-achingly lonely. An piece of recognition and appreciation for all of you. A few additional things: Our friends at Still Kickin have *two* upcoming caregiver workshops to help you find connection and support. Caregiver Workshop (Part 1): https://www.facebook.com/events/257634999276205 Caregiver Workshop (Part 2): https://www.facebook.com/events/702119987143649 AND ALSO! We’re starting a thing for everyone who loves READING! Go here: TTFA.org/readingclub Our twice-monthly newsletter features behind-the-scenes content, previews of upcoming episodes and more. Sign up. When you shop our Bookshop.org store, you support the author, independent bookstores AND our show! Shop here. Shop for your favorite TTFA gear at TTFAmerch.com Read the transcript for this episode here. You can catch up with TTFA on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook using @ttfapodcast. Nora's Instagram is @noraborealis. TTFA is public media. Which means we are supported by you. You can join us with a contribution at ttfa.org/donate And check out our sponsors this week: Fordham University GSS: fordham.edu/gss Purple.com: purple.com/thanks10 with code thanks10 Thirdlove: thirdlove.com/terrible Calm: calm.com/thanks Ritual: ritual.com/thanks
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Optimal Relationships Daily
Optimal Relationships Daily
Optimal Living Daily
906: Creating a Harmonized Home to Attract Love by Karen Stanley on Home Decoration and Keeping a Clean House
Karen Stanley tells us how to create harmony in the home and attract love. Episode 906: Creating a Harmonized Home to Attract Love by Karen Stanley on Home Decoration and Keeping a Clean House Karen Stanley is an entrepreneur, professional Mezzo-Soprano, and former single mom who spent over two decades running her marketing business and performing around the country. During the eight years prior to her last first date with her husband John, she experienced the ups and downs, joys and challenges of raising two children as a single parent. It wasn't until she transformed her negative beliefs about men and kept her focus on becoming the person she wanted to marry that Karen attracted the man of her dreams to become Mrs. Karen Stanley. Now, a published author, coach and speaker, Karen helps singles achieve their relationship goal by harnessing a belief within themselves that with the right systems and massive action, attracting true love is possible! The original post is located here: https://mrskarenstanley.com/creating-a-harmonized-home-to-attract-love/ Ten Ten's limited-edition collection of diamond engagement rings is available at http://BlueNile.com. Calm is offering a special limited time promotion of 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com/ORD Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts and join our online community: OLDPodcast.com/group Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting
10 min
The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals
Ep 79 - Toxic Mold Syndrome, “I Have a Client Who …” Pathology Conversations with Ruth Werner
A new client calls for a manual lymph drainage session, and they have a diagnosis the massage therapist has never heard of—toxic mold syndrome. Information online about this condition is confusing and inconsistent. What is toxic mold syndrome? Does it even exist? Why is it so controversial? And most of all, what can we do to help this client? This podcast sponsored by: Books of Discovery: www.booksofdiscovery.com Color Up: www.colorupco.com Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com Host: Ruth Werner: www.ruthwerner.com Resources: Edmondson, D. A. “Allergy and ‘Toxic Mold Syndrome.” Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology 94, no. 2 (2005): 234–39. Huang, Shih-Wen. “Mold Allergy.” Last modified December 2, 2020. Johns Hopkins Medicine. “Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.” Accessed February 12, 2021. Leonard, Jayne. “Black Mold Exposure: Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention.” September 18, 2019. Pityn, Peter and James Anderson. “Misperceptions: Let’s Take the Myth-stery Out of Mold.” Accessed February 12, 2021. Poison Control. “Mold 101: Effects on Human Health.” Accessed February 16, 2021. WebMD. “Allergy Major Cause of ‘Toxic Mold Syndrome.” February 24, 2005. WebMD. “What is Multiple Chemical Sensitivity?” Accessed February 12, 2021 Werner, Ruth. “Fungal Vocabulary.” June 28, 2019. Werner, Ruth. “Mycoses Abounding.” Massage & Bodywork magazine, July/August 2019, page 36. World Health Organization. “Mycotoxins.” May 9, 2018. About Anatomy Trains: Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function. Website: anatomytrains.com Email: info@anatomytrains.com Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains Instagram: Instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA About Color Up: Color Up makes 100% natural, cruelty-free, and small batch hemp-derived CBD products intended to balance the mind, body, and spirit. Color Up describes our mission, our intention, and our values. It’s a symbol of health and wellness, a way to find balance and harmony, and a way to stay connected to Mother Earth and all her colorful offerings. All Color Up products aim to evoke the body’s natural ability to heal and balance. Our process begins with the proper care and study of the cannabis plant, and extends to our therapists, chemists, and cultivators who work alongside one another to create these intentional, healing products. Color Up formulations are crafted with deliberate, complementary ingredients, working with the body’s chemistry to bring relief, correction, and homeostasis. Website: www.colorupco.com Email: info@colorupco.com Phone: 720-420-1734 Facebook: www.facebook.com/ColorUpTribe Instagram: www.instagram.com/colorupcbd
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