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Dive in to the world of liminal spaces, Sacred Thresholds of birth, coming of age, death, Rebirth & initiations, Spiritual growth edges, Near Death Experiences, Touching the divine & peak and flow states, Multidimensional and entheogenic experiences, Finding your service & dharma in the world, and more. This free flow conversational style podcast will feature conversations with some epic, amazing people, as well as my own solo conversations with Self, exploring all these thresholds. As a tra ...
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Inner Voice

Anila Saluru

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Let innervoice come through dont let the mind overtake it ,let the intentions ,emotions come through innervoice, so take a deep breath and be still in that moment
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You,Me and Chemistry🎤📖🇳🇪 @chemistry_lyf Say No to Drugs and Yes to Life. Learning is lifelong process.This podcast helps you to understand chemistry from very basics. In upcoming episodes more about technology.
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Each week, TELUS Talks with Tamara Taggart will bring exclusive conversations with experts and influencers making a difference for Canadians right now. From health and wellness, to community, to social responsibility, we’ll share stories, bust myths, provide simple and practical tips, and deliver information of value to Canadians.
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The CopDoc Podcast: Aiming for Excellence in Leadership

Dr. Steve Morreale - Host - TheCopDoc Podcast

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Visit our website: https://www.copdocpodcast.com The CopDoc Podcast delves into police leadership and innovation. The focus is on aiming for excellence in the delivery of police services across the globe. Dr. Steve Morreale is a retired law enforcement practitioner, a pracademic, turned academic, and scholar from Worcester State University. Steve shares ideas and talks with thought leaders in policing, academia, community leaders, and other related government agencies. You'll find Interviews ...
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Today women represent more than 50% of the medical school class, yet only hold 20% of the positions in the C-suite. My own journey with leadership was by trial and error. I wanted to represent the 20% but quickly realized, there was no leadership path to follow or defined curriculum to teach me the skills I needed to adjust quickly to this new role. I struggled with balancing work and family, navigating our complex healthcare system, and trying to find my voice in leadership. After 20 years ...
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From the hard-knock streets of New York to the high-stakes realm of federal law enforcement, Pete Forcelli’s journey epitomizes the life of a quintessential lawman. This episode peels back the curtain on an illustrious career marked by courage and integrity, as Pete, a retired ATF executive and former NYPD homicide detective, recounts the days that…
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💦Let’s dive in, while I literally take a bath 😆… to the world of holy and healing waters. This journey is one of discovering the benefits of therapeutic hydrogen water, holy springs, homeopathics and imprinted water crystallized into ice… Water glyphs… Crystallized grief as tears… Holy prayers to heal the waters… and so much more. This is a meander…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Lisa Herbert interviews Dr. John Moore about his career and the Montana College of Osteopathic Medicine's dedication to global health. Dr. Moore discusses his background, Dr. Moore earned his BS degree from the United States Naval Academy and his Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) Degree from Nova Southeastern University. He hol…
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Tobias Dengel believes voice technology is poised to completely transform how we interact with apps, services and even entire industries. As someone who has been working with digital technology for decades, Tobias predicts a major shift from conversational assistants to devices that combine voice, visuals and more. He joins us to talk about his wor…
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Explore with me the huge potentials of these two major holistic healing revolutions, and the interface they have with our biological cellular function and our parasympathetic nervous system. This is a brief intro to my personal journey with these modalities, but more will soon come in part 2 where I will dive into the science a bit more. Visit me a…
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As a kid, Mark Stoddart says he had a basketball in one hand and an art portfolio in the other. Now his artwork is permanently installed in Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena. With a career spanning over three decades as a visual communicator, graphic designer, and painter, Mark’s work illustrates the history of Black athletes, entertainers, and public fig…
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Season 5 - Episode 122 Join the conversation with James F. "Jim" Pastor, a former Chicago Police Officer turned author, as he unpacks the tumultuous atmosphere enveloping police leadership today. Our chat delves into ideologies that shape our society, touching on race, religion, and politics, and their effects on law enforcement. Pastor's book "You…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Adayna Upchurch Burrows, a seasoned pediatrician discusses her upcoming transformative journey to The Gambia, her dedication to serving lower socioeconomic communities, and her eagerness to learn from and contribute to non-western medical practices. Dr. Burrows graduated from Howard University, Howard Medical College, a…
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Join Eric and I on a lovely conversational journey into the realms of fatherhood, free birth, initiation experiences and more, looking through the lens of Alchemy. For more on Eric and Appy’s Mystical Marriage offering, check out their Instagram @thewildmystics And for more on my (Ala Anila’s) offerings visit bio.site/nourishedwaters where you can …
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Valerie Jerome grew up in Canada’s fastest family. As the granddaughter of John “Army” Howard, Canada’s first Black Olympian, Valerie says she was “blessed” with genes for speed. She was only 15 years old when she competed in the 1960 Olympics in Rome. Her brother, Harry Jerome, was one of the most recognizable Black Canadian athletes in the 1960s.…
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Season 5 - Episode 121 Imagine feeling the weight of a family legacy on your shoulders as you step into a career safeguarding your community. That's the journey Captain Bill Walsh of the Voorhees Police Department shares with us, offering an unvarnished look at his path from a young police dispatcher to a vanguard of law enforcement innovation. Thr…
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When Kathy Wagner’s son, Tristan, began experimenting with drugs at the age of 14, she told herself it was just a phase. But by the time he was 15, she had to face the gravity of Tristan’s addiction. Kathy opens up about the early signs that her son was at risk, the grief of losing him to an accidental fentanyl overdose, and how she began healing w…
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With the rapidly rising cost of living, immigrating to Canada can be challenging. Now imagine going through those same challenges without speaking English or French or having a network to support you. Anila Lee Yuen, the CEO of the Centre of Newcomers in Calgary, helps people build their new life and overcome the challenges of finding community, ac…
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In this episode of "On the Road to the Gambia," Dr. Lisa Herbert interviews Dr. Sarah Irene Washington, a pediatrician excited about her upcoming medical mission to the Gambia. They discuss Dr. Washington's career, her dedication to pediatric care, and her advocacy for vaccinations, including HPV to prevent cervical cancer. Dr. Washington shares he…
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The Arctic is evolving every day. New shipping lanes are opening, remote minerals are becoming accessible and tourism is taking off. How can Canada make sure it's prepared for this emerging Arctic economy? Clint Davis is a leader in Indigenous economics and a member of the TELUS Indigenous Advisory Council. He discusses the opportunities and challe…
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Season 5 - Episode 120 Ever wondered how the seemingly stern face of law enforcement could be humanized? We've got Chris Hsiung, the undersheriff of San Mateo County, sharing his own experiences and insights on this matter. A veteran with 28 years at the Mountain View Police Department, Hsiung believes in the power of social media to break down bar…
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Everyone has a relationship to pop culture. Whether you’re a casual fan or superfan of your favourite actor, musician or athlete, we all have interests that connect us. Throughout her life, Jen Sookfong Lee has seen how Canadian pop culture staples, such as Hockey Night in Canada, can create community across different walks of life. On this week’s …
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Season 6 - Episode 119 Get ready to enter the mind of an expert in evidence-based policing, Dr. Lawrence Sherman, as he takes us on a journey of discovery in the realm of law enforcement. A New Yorker in the UK. As the Chief Scientific Officer for the Metropolitan Police and a professor emeritus at the University of Cambridge, his experiences are a…
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In this episode of the "On the Road to The Gambia" podcast, I interview Dr. Neema Moore, a chiropractor passionate about women's health and empowerment. Dr. Moore discusses her chiropractic practices, the importance of patient trust, and dispelling misconceptions about her field. She also shares her upcoming plans to introduce chiropractic care in …
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As a Black child adopted at birth by a white family, Harrison Mooney grew up with a desire for belonging and looked for cultural connection. His memoir, Invisible Boy, explores his experience as a transracial adoptee. Harrison discusses how being separated from his birth culture and community had an impact on his sense of self and how we can work h…
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In this podcast episode, host Dr. Lisa Herbert welcomes her guest, Dr. Randi Nelson. Dr. Nelson is President of the Nelson Media Group and founder of Ladynomics financial wellness business doctor. She is also a nationally recognized author of two Amazon bestsellers. Doctor Nelson is a board-certified pediatrician, and currently a general pediatrici…
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Like many Canadians, farmers across the country are experiencing symptoms of anxiety, depression and burnout. Megz Reynolds, Executive Director of the Do More Agriculture Foundation, says there is an intense stigma surrounding mental health care in agriculture. She discusses the unique stressors facing Canadian farmers and the need to make mental h…
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TCD Podcast - Season 6 - Episode 118 What does it truly mean to be a police officer in today's America? Can police departments adapt, innovate, and transform their culture to better serve their communities? Join us as we explore these questions with Dr. Neil Gross, a sociologist from Colby College and a former short-term law enforcement officer in …
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Join me for this lovely interview with Lev, a father of two little boys who has a wonderful perspective and insights to share around Initiation and the fatherhood experience, relating to birth, how men hold space for women, and for other men. It was a privilege to sit with a father, something I don't normally do, to talk about birth. Join us on thi…
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Every 22 minutes, a Canadian woman dies of a heart attack. But the majority don't have to. Dr. Tara Sedlak is one of the few certified women’s heart health cardiologists in Canada and is a fierce advocate for education and awareness. She discusses how heart disease can show up differently for women and how we can improve our heart health every day.…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Lisa Herbert interviews Dr. Lesley Sharpe, an emergency medicine physician participating in a global healthcare collaboration in The Gambia. In this episode: Dr. Lesley Sharpe discusses her decision to pursue emergency medicine, the mentors who influenced her, and the challenges and rewards of working in the emergency d…
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In this episode of "On the Road to Gambia," host Dr. Lisa Herbert interviews Dr. Anila Ricks-Cord, a board-certified OB-GYN. They discuss Dr. Anila's career, her motivations for pursuing medicine, and her role as an OB-GYN hospitalist. Dr. Anila shares her experiences in dealing with challenging situations and her commitment to improving women's he…
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TCD Podcast - Encore Episode 117 - Julie Parker What if you could transform public perception of law enforcement agencies with the power of effective communication? This riveting episode takes a deep dive into the world of police media relations with our esteemed guest, Julie Parker, former ABC Washington News reporter and current CEO of Julie Park…
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Dr. Ellen Choi felt like she had been moving through her life on autopilot. Through mindfulness and meditation, and removing the burden of perfection, she was able to connect with herself and learn how to live with intention and purpose. She joins us to discuss how everyone can develop their own personal practice.…
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The CopDoc Podcast - Season 6 - Episode 116 Have you ever wondered how the intricate world of social media and public relations intertwine with law enforcement? Let’s unravel this with guest, Katie Nelson, from the Mountain View California Police Department. Katie moved from a career in journalism to managing social media and PR for the police forc…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Lisa Herbert hosts a conversation with Dr. Kelechi Uduhiri, a double-board-certified family medicine and preventive medicine physician. They discuss Dr. Kelechi's career journey, her passion for holistic healthcare, and her decision to volunteer in the Gambia. The episode highlights the upcoming collaborative trip of 15…
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Minna Dubin realized “mom rage” was an international phenomenon after publishing an opinion piece in the New York Times. Titled The Rage Mothers Don’t Talk About, the piece received an outpouring of positive responses from mothers. Minna decided to do more research and found that mom rage was something entirely different from regular anger or frust…
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This podcast highlights the steps of 15 clinicians from the United States who are traveling to The Gambia and embarking on a transformative journey with the Institute for Community Evolution, The Gambia Collaborative Project, Sunu Reew, University of the Gambia, Penn Global Visions, and the Edward Francis Smalls Teaching Hospital to foster a new er…
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In this trailer of "On the Road to the Gambia" podcast, Dr. Lisa Herbert discusses a transformative collaboration involving 15 US clinicians traveling to the Gambia. The Gambia Collaborative Project aims to promote equal access to medical education and equip future doctors with cutting-edge knowledge. The initiative also seeks to address healthcare…
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Thousands of Canadians don’t have regular access to a vet for their furry family members. With such a concerning shortage across the country, vets are often overworked, and pet owners are stressed out. Dr. Koharik Arman is the Director of Virtual Vet care at TELUS Health MyPet. She says telemedicine is allowing vets to treat minor issues remotely a…
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TCD Podcast Season 6 - Episode 115 What if you had a peek into the life of a policewoman, a woman of color leading a team to combat domestic, child, and adult abuse in the UK? Join us as we unravel the intriguing journey of Aneela Khalil Khan, a Detective Chief Inspector at South Yorkshire Police Department. Aneela, a seasoned professional with a 2…
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In a world changed by the COVID-19 pandemic, one question looms: are we ready for something like this to happen again? Dr. Michael Osterholm is an internationally recognized epidemiologist and has witnessed trust in public health crumble and the rapid spread of misinformation, which makes him wonder how we would all handle another pandemic in the f…
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Bodhisattvas, Aghora, Magdalena, and Death as Initiator… This Halloween, Samhain, Day of the Dead, All Hallow’s Eve special is a deep dive into a world of spirits and spirituality, and some perhaps unexpected revelations about it all. As always, please subscribe, share, help me build this vision! Your support helps keep me going :) And find me on I…
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Chelsea Conaboy knew things would change when she had kids, but she never anticipated how different she would feel. New parents undergo major structural and functional brain changes, driven by hormones and the flood of stimuli a baby provides. As an award-winning reporter, Chelsea decided to dive into our society’s ideas of mothers and what they sh…
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