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Dr. Ramani Durvasula - Finding love after Heartbreak -Rerun
Join Mike T as he Interviews Dr. Ramani on the problem with a lot of relationships after they've ended. Moving on or finding New Love after a long termcommitment has ended.is very hard for many and Dr. Ramani will help you navigate through what sometimes can be a very long and tedious process. Feel free to share this episode with friends and if you or someone you know needs help with this subject be sure to join us. To advertise on this or any of The Love Zone USA
#365 - Kelly Starrett, Glen Cordoza
Kelly Starrettis a coach, physical therapist, author, speaker, and creator of MobilityWOD. His new book written withGlen Cordozais calledBecoming a Supple Leopard.
Episode 24 – Philosopher Evan Thompson
In this episode I interview philosopher Evan Thompson, who is a Professor of Philosophy at University of British Columbia, mainlyin the fields of cognitive science, philosophy of mindandPhenomenology. He is the author of the bookWaking, Dreaming, Being: Self and Consciousness inNeuroscience, Meditation, and Philosophy. We discuss a wide range of topics, the aspects of consciousness […]
Tim Grover | Relentless
Tim Grover, author of RELENTLESS: From Good to Great to Unstoppable is known for his training and mental preparation for the most elite athletes in the world. He's trained Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Derek Jeter, Dwyane Wade and many other elite, hall of fame athletes. He strongly believes in mastering one thing and making yourself invaluable. Leverage your contacts but make sure you have something to back it up.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss St Augustine of Hippo's account of his conversion to Christianity and his life up to that point. Written c397AD, it has many elements of autobiography with his scrutiny of his earlier life, his long relationship with a concubine, his theft of pears as a child, his work as an orator and his embrace of other philosophies and Manichaeism. Significantly for the development of Christianity, he explores the idea of original sin in the context of his own experience. The work is often seen as an argument for his Roman Catholicism, a less powerful force where he was living in North Africa where another form of Christianity was dominant, Donatism. While Augustine retells many episodes from his own life, the greater strength of his Confessions has come to be seen as his examination of his own emotional development, and the growth of his soul. With Kate Cooper Professor of History at the University of London and Head of History at Royal Holloway Morwenna Ludlow P...
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the planet Saturn with its rings of ice and rock and over 60 moons. In 1610, Galileo used an early telescope to observe Saturn, one of the brightest points in the night sky, but could not make sense of what he saw: perhaps two large moons on either side. When he looked a few years later, those supposed moons had disappeared. It was another forty years before Dutch scientist Christiaan Huygens solved the mystery, realizing the moons were really a system of rings. Successive astronomers added more detail, with the greatest leaps forward in the last forty years. The Pioneer 11 spacecraft and two Voyager missions have flown by, sending back the first close-up images, and Cassini is still there, in orbit, confirming Saturn, with its rings and many moons, as one of the most intriguing and beautiful planets in our Solar System. With Carolin Crawford Public Astronomer at the Institute of Astronomy and Fellow of Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge Michel...
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss fungi. These organisms are not plants or animals but a kingdom of their own. Millions of species of fungi live on the Earth and they play a crucial role in ecosystems, enabling plants to obtain nutrients and causing material to decay. Without fungi, life as we know it simply would not exist. They are also a significant part of our daily life, making possible the production of bread, wine and certain antibiotics. Although fungi brought about the colonisation of the planet by plants about 450 million years ago, some species can kill humans and devastate trees. With: Lynne Boddy Professor of Fungal Ecology at Cardiff University Sarah Gurr Professor of Food Security in the Biosciences Department at the University of Exeter David Johnson N8 Chair in Microbial Ecology at the University of Manchester Producer: Victoria Brignell.
#027 – Unforgetting: Christopher McDougall
Chris McDougall is well known for his 2009 book Born to Run, which, among many other things, tells the story of the Tarahumara (Rarámuri), the tribe who (literally) ran away from the Spanish Conquistadors in the 16th century – and never came back. The book features the stories of severalcolorful charactersincluding the peripatetic runner known as Caballo Blanco, who died in 2012, the podcaster/antelope-chaser Scott Carrier and the effervescent ultra-runner Scott Jurek. For me, it was singularly important because it convinced me to take off my shoes and run barefoot.Ever since seeing him on The Daily Show and then reading the book, I’ve wanted to ask Chrisabout the irony ofembracing barefoot running in the 21st century, when every single technological advancement (and accompanying advertising) seems to imploreus to do otherwise. This notion goes beyond athletics; our culture has deliberately forgotten myriad practices that our ancestors employed tens of thousands of years ago. Are...
Christopher McDougall, Author of “Born to Run” & ULTRArunner
Christopher McDougall, Author of “Born to Run” & ULTRArunner Author of “Born to Run” joins us for a fantastic conversation about minimalist running, what Caballo Blanco has been up to and what his next project is. http://www.chrismcdougall.com/
080 - Radical Mycology with Peter McCoy
This show is an interview with Peter McCoy of Radical Mycology. Radical Mycology is a movement and social philosophy based on accessibly teaching the importance of mushrooms and other fungi for personal, societal, and ecological health. Radical Mycology differs from classical mycology in that classical mycology generally focuses on taxonomy, identification, mycophagy (eating mushrooms), and the more personal benefits of working with fungi while Radical Mycology is about using fungi for the benefit of larger communities and the world. As a concept, Radical Mycology is based on the belief that the lifecycles of fungi and their interactions in nature serve as powerful learning tools for how humans can best relate to each other and steward the world they live in. Show Notes: permaculturevoices.com/80
The Mycelium is the Message with Peter McCoy, author of Radical Mycology
Attention: calling all citizen scientists, farmers, homesteaders, and back-to-the-land types — Mother Mycelium wants YOU to join the ranks of the few, the proud, and the brave who’ve taken up the cause of radical mycology! For this week’s installment of the Good Life Revival Podcast (no. 48), I had the pleasure of speaking with thee rad mycologist himself, Peter McCoy. Peter is the author of the indispensable 2016 tome ‘Radical Mycology,’ which details essentially everything that we collectively know about fungi in the 21st century. Most recently, Peter launched Mycologos, the “world's first online and in-person school dedicated to the art and science of working with fungi.” Mycology — the study of fungi — is a very young science, and there is vast potential for creative individuals to make groundbreaking new discoveries and chart courses through completely uncharted fungal territory. Peter’s bio says he speaks for the fungi, and if the thrust of his message is any indicat...
029 - Fascinating Fungi And Radical Mycology With Peter McCoy
In this episode we talk with Peter McCoy. He is most well known as one of the founders of Radical Mycology, a grassroots organisation and movementthat teaches the many ways to work with fungi for personal, societal, and ecological resilience. He describes himself as an interdisciplinary, systems-oriented mycology educator. Join us as we talk about traditional uses of fungi, myco-literacy, what fungi can teach us, and Peter shares a bit about his journey. In 2016, Peter releasedthe book Radical Mycology: A Treatise on Seeing & Working With Fungi. He is the lead cultivation expert for theAmazon Mycorenewal Project, and a mycology advisor toOpen Source EcologyandPermaculture Magazine North America. Apart from his work with fungi, he is also a community organiser, artist, musician, lecturer, and teacher. Peter’s daily practice centers on cultivating, researching, and foraging for new intersections between healthy human and fungal relations. He is available for consultation on mushroom ...
Radical Mycology | Peter McCoy
For our first ever episode, we will welcome the Peter McCoy, one of the founding members of the group Radical Mycology and the author of the soon to be released book of the same name. We talk about what Radical Mycology is all about, the history of fungi in human cultures, the mushroom life cycle as a metaphor for human life and interactions, how we can work with the fungi kingdomtoheal our world, and more. Support The Show: https://www.jameswjesso.com/support
#1277 - Gabrielle Reece
Gabrielle Reece is a world-renowned athlete, TV personality, New York Times bestselling author, and model. Together with her husband Laird, they launched anew all-encompassing fitness program called XPT. http://www.xptlife.com
"You can't just evaluate coaching effectiveness based on results" - A conversation about coach development with Mark Bennett MBE
Mark Bennett is back by popular demand!!This is a bit of a bonus episode where Mark and I sat down for a cup of coffee and I decided to hit record to see where the conversation took us. We really got in deep as to how we as coaches can measure our effectiveness and also how someone developing a coach should look to guide their development. We are in a cafe so there is quite a bit of background noise but I think you will agree that it is worth persevering!!You can support these podcasts and buy me a cup of coffee by going to the website at www.thetalentequation.co.uk and clicking on the 'become a patron' button at the top of the homescreen. All the best Stuart
A conversation with my mentor - Mark Bennett MBE Performance Development Systems
Mark Bennett is someone that has had the most profound effect on my coaching, my parenting, my management style and my life. Mark is an expert people developer and has worked with people from all walks of life from elite sports coaches to teachers working in primary schools. His approach to helping people to follow a path of excellence is extremely powerful and I was really keen to make sure that he shares some of his insights with the Talent Community. In this great discussion we cover: - How to decide whether you are on a journey of performance and self improvement or on a journey of self delusion- How Mark tries to make himself redundant by ensuring that coaches and athletes make good behaviour choices whether he is there or not- Using 'covert tests' to help you ensure that learning has taken place- Why most coaches need to take 70% of the content out of their session plans- How to ensure that athletes make a commitment to the goals that they establish for themselvesThis is an ep...
Episode 204: The Bhagavad Gita's Hindu Theology (Part One)
On the classic Hindu text (ca. the 3rd century B.C.E.), part of the Indian Epic poem Mahabharata, attributed to Vyasa, using Keya Maitra's 2018 translation/commentary. What is it to live wisely? What grounds duty? Listen as the supreme God Krishna convinces archer hero Arjuna that it's OK for him to kill his relatives because, you know, reincarnation and determinism and caste-related duties. Lots of metaphysical complications! With guest Shaan Amin. Don't wait for part two! Get the full, unbroken, ad-free Citizen Edition now. Please support PEL. Get the 2019 PEL Wall Calendar! Sponsors: Visit thegreatcoursesplus.com/PEL and explore Peter Singer's http://thelifeyoucansave.org/pel.
Talib Kweli is an American hip hop recording artist, entrepreneur and social activist. He sits down with the Armchair Expert where they have an honest debate about many social issues plaguing America today. They touch on all of the topics one would generally avoid at the dinner table including race, gender and religion. In addition, Talib talks about his place in the hip-hop world, his parents' emphasis on education and his counterview to Sam Harris. Dax and Talib reminisce about an altercation they teamed up on, they talk about their mutual worship of Jay Z and Monica discusses the gender patterns she's observed from working on the podcast.
#842 - Chris Kresser
Chris Kresser is a health detective specializing in investigative medicine, blogger, podcaster, teacher and a Paleo diet and lifestyle enthusiast.
#994 - Dom D'Agostino
Dom D'Agostino, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine, and a senior research scientist at the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC). He was also recently a crew member of the NASA NEEMO 22 project.
#1005 - Hannibal Buress
Hannibal Buress is a stand-up comedian, actor, television writer and host. Check out his podcast called "The Handsome Rambler" available on iTunes/Stitcher.
#1015 - Reggie Watts
Reggie Watts is a musician, singer, beatboxer, actor, and comedian. His improvised musical sets are created using only his voice, a keyboard, and a looping machine.
#1084 - Douglas Murray
Douglas Murray, author of "The Strange Death of Europe" which is out now, is an author, journalist, and political commentator. He is the founder of the Centre for Social Cohesion and is the associate director of the Henry Jackson Society and associate editor of The Spectator, a British magazine discussing culture and politics.
#1110 - Zach Bitter
Zach Bitter is an endurance athlete, ultramarathon runner and coach. He holds the current American 100-mile record at 11:40:55.
#1115 - Mike Baker
Mike Bakeris a former CIA covert operations officer. Currently he is the president of Diligence LLC, a global intelligence and security firm.
#1133 - Dennis McKenna
Dennis McKenna is an ethnopharmacologist, author, and brother to well-known psychedelics proponent Terence McKenna. His new book "Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugs: 50 Years of Research (1967-2017)" is available here: http://www.synergeticpress.com/shop/ethnopharmacologic-search-psychoactive-drugs-50-years-research/
#1149 - Michael Scott Moore
Michael Scott Moore is a novelist and journalist, who was kidnapped by Somali pirates and spent two and half years in captivity. His book "The Desert and the Sea: 977 Days Captive on the Somali Pirate Coast" is available on Amazon now: https://www.amazon.com/Desert-Sea-Captive-Somali-Pirate/dp/0062449176
#1154 - Doug Duren & Bryan Richards
Doug Duren is a passionate hunter, farmer, land manager and conservationist. Bryan Richards is the CWD project leader for the U.S. Geological Survey's National Wildlife Health Center.
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