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Finding new podcasts is hard. We know. We are here to rate, review and recommend all kinds of pods to make your listening easier. We are also here to gossip, just a little, about the podcasts we love. Whether you are looking for scifi or crime, news or cooking, we will give bite-sized reviews with a laugh and a critical ear. Pause Play Repeat is an ear fiesta with us, Anya and Saga, made just for you. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/pauseplayrpod Find us on Instagram: https://www.i ...
 
I'm just your typical Juilliard-trained violist-turned-stand-up-comedian. What is it like to make this shift? And why would I? I explore these questions while I talk to other artists about the creative process, throughlines between artistic fields, performance anxiety, and more as we navigate the reality of following our dreams. Note: show is on indefinite hiatus.
 
Last year has really been a year - and amidst the madness, as we start the New Year, we’ve all had a chance to reflect on what we appreciate the most in life. Emma Forbes wants to find out from some brilliant people what makes them tick - asking them what really gives them life and what really feeds their soul. The Life and Soul podcast brings you nuggets of life advice, moments to pause and above all a good old chat over a virtual cup of tea. Find out more on byemma.co
 
In the Holistic Trauma Healing podcast, I share the profound path to healing trauma that allows us to move out of the role of victim and into the role of conscious and empowered creator of our best possible reality through mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, and ancestral trauma healing. Learn how trauma affects every part of your existence and how to weave a new web of life that isn't ruled by the past. The HTH podcast empowers you to heal trauma in the same way it has affected you -- a ...
 
Socrates said that talking about virtue and the good life is one of the most important things a human being can do. That's where "Ethics-Talk" fits in. Housed in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at Central Michigan University (CMU), The Center for Professional and Personal Ethics brings you discussions about ethical issues, both pure and applied. For us at EthicsTalk -- "ethics" is broad and encompasses things that affect a human being's flourishing. To that end, students working wi ...
 
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I’ve known Stanley Krippner since the mid-1990s, when he invited me to join him on a three week trip to Brazil. He’s a world-famous researcher and author who has has hung out with everyone from Timothy Leary to Alan Watts to the Grateful Dead. He and I have traveled together to all over the planet, from a shamanism conference in Bavaria to a Psycho…
 
I love this guy. He exudes kindness, generosity, and intelligence. This is the fourth time Rick’s been on Tangentially Speaking, but the first time we’ve met in person, so it’s a special conversation. We don’t talk about music as much this time around, but we go deep on family, dads, and how life looks from sixty. This is a public episode. If you’d…
 
This mini-ROMA was recorded streamside at a Lund Park campground in Oregon. It includes an update on my dance with covid and some thoughts on a very strange word: bosom. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit chrisryan.substack.com/subscribe…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the Emerald Sports Desk podcast! On today's episode, Aaron Heisen, the sports desk editor, was joined by volleyball beat reporter Nina-Grace Montes and women's soccer beat reporter Elliott Deins. They discussed the state of each respective teams, their early season performance and upcoming stories in the works. They …
 
In this episode, I... share ways to know if you're operating under "Good Girl Programming" discuss the perfectionsim, shame, inner criticism, and judgment that's underneath Good Girl Programming talk about recognizing the voice in our heads — the voice of our Inner Judge or Inner Critic share a real-life example of Good Girl Programming on social m…
 
DEBORAH EDEN TULL, founder of Mindful Living Revolution, is a Zen meditation and engaged dharma teacher, public speaker, author, and sustainability educator who trained for seven and a half years as a Buddhist monk at a silent Zen monastery and has taught engaged dharma for over 20 years. Her most recent book is Luminous Darkness: An Engaged Buddhi…
 
In this episode with women's health practitioner Adele Wimsett, we... talk about women as cyclical beings and why our cycles are our superpower discuss ways to honor our cycles through lifestyle shifts discuss the gender bias against women that is present in the medical industry talk briefly about that gender bias as Lindsey shares her own experien…
 
Alex Cody Foster’s next book, The Man Who Hacked the World: A Ghostwriter’s Descent into Madness with John McAfee, will be published November 15th (2022). In the meantime, the crazy story is told in the Netflix documentary called “Running with the Devil.” He’s ghostwritten eight #1 Amazon Bestsellers, written for one of the U.K's most successful th…
 
In a new episode of 'How it's Reported,' Jamie takes a deep dive into the world of sports journalism with Aaron Heisen as they talk about challenges athletes from the 2022 World Track and Field Championships face.Aaron's Article: https://www.dailyemerald.com/sports/oregon-plays-home-to-a-sport-flooded-with-flaws/article_a9bd76d4-06e4-11ed-99a3-339c…
 
Katherine Halper is an American comedian, writer, filmmaker, podcaster, and political commentator. She is the host of the podcast The Katie Halper Show and co-host of the Useful Idiots with Aaron Maté. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit chrisryan.substack.com/subscri…
 
In this solo episode, I... talk about the importance of surrounding ourselves with beauty share how cluttered, chaotic environments stress out the nervous system give ideas for free ways to drastically increase the peace in our spaces discuss our external environments as mirrors of our internal environments share why it's never a waste of time, ene…
 
Zappy Zapolin is driven by his belief that psychedelic medicine is the most powerful tool available to quickly raise consciousness and alter humanity’s direction from a destructive path. He has made it his life's mission to increase accessibility to psychedelic compounds through education, media, research, clinical development, and commercial enter…
 
I was recently on Cory’s podcast, and I enjoyed our conversation so much that I proposed we keep it rolling on mine. That’s how it works with us podcasters. Dinner at my place, dinner at your place. In addition to hosting his very successful podcast, Cory has published a book about mindfulness, and has written, produced, and engineered his own musi…
 
On his second visit to the podcast, Frans discusses his latest book, Different: Gender Through the Eyes of a Primatologist, as well as one of my favorite books, Bonobo: The Forgotten Ape, which he co-authored with photographer Frans Lanting. Frans received his Ph.D. in Biology and Zoology from Utrecht University, the Netherlands, in 1977. He comple…
 
In this episode, psychotherapist, social worker, and parent coach Teva Johnstone and I... question the identity points system, particularly as it appears online, and how neoliberal identitarianism values identity and identity points when deciding if someone is allowed to speak or not discuss why people are so attracted to labels and identity marker…
 
Chris and Nani manage the amazing Kisima Ngeda Camp, on Lake Eyasi, Tanzania. Chris grew up nearby after his German parents moved to Africa on an impulse, and stayed on, while Nani stumbled into this oasis while adventuring through as a penniless, apparently fearless traveler. The story of how they met, fell in love, and built a world will make you…
 
Here’s a ROMA in which I talk about some oddities of backwards greetings in Tanzania, driving in Georgia, the financial realities of world travel in 2022, the conundrum of hydraulic toilets seats (and other luxuries), and what it means (and doesn’t) when you say a woman is “beautiful.” This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with ot…
 
In a new episode of 'How it's Reported,' Jamie talks with Evan Reynolds and Simon Scannell about UO students' reactions to the overturning of Roe v. Wade and the protest that ensued.Evan and Simon's Article: https://www.dailyemerald.com/news/overturning-of-roe-v-wade-sparks-outrage-fear/article_9e14e6ea-fc18-11ec-b830-7359a1afc352.html--"How It's R…
 
The folks at Gladioloa Adventure in Arusha thought Elia would be a good guide to show us around northern Tanzania for 9 days. They were right. Raised by his Maasai grandfather, Elia has a deep understanding of animal behavior, not only spotting lions, leopards, and cheetahs at a distance, but anticipating where they would move so we could position …
 
Chip Kime was an utterly unique young man who was a huge presence in my life once, then he became an abstraction when our paths diverged in our 20s, and now he’s gone. But not really. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit chrisryan.substack.com/subscribe…
 
Craig's Sholley’s experiences with wildlife and conservation began in 1973 as a Peace Corps volunteer in Zaire. As an L.S.B. Leakey grant researcher in the late 1970s, Craig studied mountain gorillas with Dian Fossey and, in 1987, became director of Rwanda's Mountain Gorilla Project. Craig has acted as Scientific Advisor for the award-winning IMAX …
 
Dario is a science journalist based in Madrid who was instrumental in getting Sex at Dawn published in Spain (En el Principio era el Sexo). We’ve been friends since around 2011, when he interviewed me about that book. In this conversation, we talk about Spanish culture and history, the challenges of writing about science for Spanish publications, a…
 
Kevin is an actor, comedian, and host of the RISK! podcast — which Slate.com called “Hilarious, jaw-dropping and just plain touching,” and Rolling Stone named it one of its top podcasts. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit chrisryan.substack.com/subscribe…
 
I met Gym when I rented her place on Airbnb in Chite, Spain. Just looking at the photos of the funky space she’d created, I had a sense that this woman would be fascinating, and my hunch turned out to be 110% on target. As it happens, Gym is an accomplished painter, has worked on many TV and film sets, and has published a book of autobiographical s…
 
My friend Debra is a magical woman living a magical life. She’s the hub of many wheels, the grain of sand in the oyster, the sun in solar systems, the log that breaks the logjam. She hangs out with movie stars, billionaires, artists, and visionaries. Her energy, generosity, and spirit attract the kinds of people most of us spend our lives hoping to…
 
My 16-year-old daughter joins me on the podcast to share an incident we had with the Department of Homeland Security during our return from a mother-daughter trip to Mexico earlier this year. She tells the story from her perspective, including what she was feeling in her body and her thoughts on how I handled it as the adult/mom. We talk about trau…
 
Welcome to "My Life in Three Songs." This episode is part of a ten-week series where our host, Riley Breier, talks to someone in the UO community about three songs that have greatly impacted their life.In this episode, Riley talks with honor's college professor Anita Chari.You can find a playlist with all of the song choices here: open.spotify.com/…
 
Welcome to another episode of Emerald SportsBrennan Furber and Mojo Hill discuss the baseball team's season up to this point, and how they expect things to play out at regionals. Then, Brennan is joined by Dylan Conway, where they recap conference play for the softball team as they approach the Fayetteville Regional.This podcast was produced and ed…
 
Welcome to "My Life in Three Songs." This episode is part of a ten-week series where our host, Riley Breier, talks to someone in the UO community about three songs that have greatly impacted their life.In this episode, Riley talks with vocal director Karen Esquivel.You can find a playlist with all of the song choices here: open.spotify.com/playlist…
 
In the first part of this month’s bonus ROMA (BROMA), available to everyone, I talk about a new feature to help listeners find each other. I also talk about my thoughts concerning whether we’re all in some kind of simulation, the difference between sound and music, and my personal feelings about and experience with abortion. Part 2 (where I talked …
 
To boil it waaay down … After suffering a freak road-rage incident in LA, Robert came to Spain to visit an old friend seven years ago, then went back to LA, quit his job, sold his house under the Hollywood sign, and brought his two daughters to live in a village by the “Playa de los Muertos,” where hundreds of dead sailors washed ashore after the B…
 
In this episode with the fearless Latonya Williams, we... discuss the small-scale Freedom Convoy and how it is a micro movement that mirrors the macro movement of collective awakening discuss the 4 points Latonya made in an IG Live that went viral regarding the mass loss of freedom and pervasive surveillance and censoring of social media platforms …
 
Welcome to another episode of Emerald Sports!Brennan and Carlos are joined by club baseball players Daniel Friis and Riley Howard. They discuss the season up to this point, as well as the culture club baseball is building in Eugene.This podcast was produced and edited by Podcast Producers Brennan Furber and Carlos Pimentel…
 
In the second part of my two-part conversation with Kirby Criddle, we... share an instance when one of Kirby's clients had a spontaneous healing from hearing loss talk about the upside and downside of "quantum leaps" discuss Kirby's attempted cancellation over a video she made about triggers and self-responsibility discuss triggers as a way we clos…
 
In this conversation with mystical force Kirby Criddle, we... discuss the difference between intellectual understanding and embodied understanding talk about the concepts of opening and closing as it relates to trauma, healing, the nervous system, and embodiment discuss the effect of energy and its existence prior to how it manifests, first in the …
 
Welcome to "My Life in Three Songs." This episode is part of a ten-week series where our host, Riley Breier, talks to someone in the UO community about three songs that have greatly impacted their life.In this episode, Riley talks with music producer Lance Miller.You can find a playlist with all of the song choices here: open.spotify.com/playlist/4…
 
Intro messages from Mike in Washington, Adam in the UK, and a human from an undisclosed location. I discuss a few topics suggested by listeners, including: “Should I have kids?” “What about yoga?” “What’s the deal with asexuality?” “How has your sense of your personal future changed as you’ve aged?” Also, what’s the deal with ice machines in hotels…
 
If you’ve read my recent post of the same title, you can skip this one, which is mostly for folks who listen to the podcast, but haven’t checked out what’s happening at Substack yet. Tangentially Speaking with Chris Ryan is a reader-supported publication. To get access to bonus content including bonus episodes, newsletters, and exclusive blog posts…
 
In this episode, astrologer and avant-garde thinker Anya Kaats and I... share Anya's journey from her Jewish upbringing to her gender and sexuality studies, marriage, divorce, food blogging, chronic illness, agnosticism, and astrology talk about the comfort of ritual and connection to something higher, the nature of belief, and the comfort found in…
 
Zen Rahmoun is living what may be the story of our age: that of the refugee. Whether triggered by war, climate change, political upheaval, or economic collapse, one in 95 people around the world have been forced to leave their home, resulting in over 82 million refugees. Well over a thousand people drown every year trying to cross the Mediterranean…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with my former client Brynn. Brynn explores the insights, breakthroughs, and challenges she experienced while working with me for 12 weeks. Brynn learned to be more in tune with her body, to feel and express anger and grief, to find compassion for Self and those who harmed her underneath all that anger and grief, and t…
 
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