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Weekly Dharma talks from the teachers of Mindfulness Outreach Initiative (MOI) Omaha. Located in Omaha, Nebraska, MOI is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Insight Meditation organization providing meditation instruction rooted in teachings of ethics, compassion, and wisdom. MOI offers weekly in-person and online meditation, retreats, and study groups. Through diverse community outreach efforts MOI works to make meditation and mindfulness training accessible to all.
 
Welcome to The Compassion Initiative Podcast Series. This Podcast series features Dr Stan Steindl and Dr James Kirby, both Clinical Psychologists. Stan and James are the co-founders of The Compassion Initiative. The podcast series is a relaxed informal ongoing conversation between Stan and James about issues related to compassion. You can access and subscribe to the Podcast on our website: www.thecompassioninitiative.com.au
 
The Compass Opioid Stewardship Program aims to combat the opioid epidemic through education. The program aims to accomplish the following goals: 1. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about best practices for prescribing opioids 2. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about non-opioid pain management therapies 3. Reduce the amount of opioid prescriptions prescribed by eligible prescribers
 
A podcast for people who’ve dedicated their careers to helping others – but eventually realise they need help, too. Conversations about promoting care and compassion in humanitarian and development settings and sharing what we are learning about promoting and supporting aid worker well-being and organisational culture.
 
Join Utah’s First Lady Abby Cox and her friends for timely and candid conversations with fascinating people with unique perspectives in an effort to unite us all through our common humanity. Each week, Abby dives into discussions on topics ranging from education to motherhood to mental health and beyond. Abby is an outspoken advocate for “getting proximate” with people who have different viewpoints, and using her platform as Utah’s First Lady to combat the empathy crisis our country is facin ...
 
Join us on a DEEP Dive into Hoarding Issues! We talk about every aspect that is involved! From trauma & mental health to real estate, first responders and the journey of being an AKOPTH - Adult Kid of Parents That Hoard. Creating a space to talk about hoarding is the first step in shifting HOW we approach this with compassion, kindness & awareness. Please join us & be sure to send us a message with your thoughts!
 
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What does it mean to experience life mindfully and how can we do it? Is there a difference between having compassion and exercising it? Why should we even care? These are the very questions that host Justin McBride, founder of Social Profit Initiative, will explore on the Mindful X Podcast.
 
The After Lodge podcast is the after lodge banter of some men who happen to be Freemasons. It is not endorsed nor recognized by any Grand or subordinate lodge of Freemasons. Drawing topics from the /r/freemasonry subreddit, as well as the other Masonic networks, the After Lodge podcast discusses current-day topics within and without the fraternity.
 
The goal of the Our Only Home podcast “Who will save Our Planet” is to inspire people by presenting projects and initiatives that are carried out by NGOs and civil society to make the world a better place. Watching the news, we often hear about the sad things happening in the world every day and this can easily let one be frustrated about how humanity destroys the planet and its inhabitants. But outside of the spotlight, there are also a lot of inspiring and world-changing initiatives happen ...
 
Welcome to the official podcast of the Healthcare Experience Foundation. Every one of the millions of small encounters that comprise the healthcare experience serves as a chance to seek excellence, change someone’s day, week, or month. These experiences may even change a patient’s outlook on life itself. This podcast’s mission is in lockstep with Health Experience Foundation’s ongoing drive to create demonstrable improvements in patient experiences of care. It exists to improve quality and s ...
 
Shaman Sister Sessions PODCAST WITH SHAMANS MICHELLE HAWK AND KATHERINE BIRD Welcome to Shaman Sister Sessions! We created this podcast to empower spiritual seekers and practitioners of all modalities. Shamans and all those on the path of awakening. We offer a deep look into our personal and professional experiences as healers and Universal seekers, along with tools for navigating the expansion of human consciousness, cultivation of psychic and Shamanic gifts and living a fulfilled, uniquely ...
 
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Medea's Anti-Aging Podcast

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Medea's Anti-Aging Podcast

Medea Galligan MS, Functional Medicine Nutritionist

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With over 25 years as a Functional Medicine Nutritionist, Medea Galligan MS CHHC AADP has created a new and exciting platform to provide REAL INFORMATION FOR REAL TRANSFORMATION, supporting you in making the practical changes will change your life. Tune in to hear from the brightest minds exploring a variety of pathways to optimal health, longevity and how we can all move through life with greater joy and ease. We will be discussing not only the latest information on nutrition, but together ...
 
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On the 17 November 2019, I published my first Compassion in a T-Shirt video titled “Understanding fears, blocks and resistances to compassion, and how to work through them”. You can see that first, slightly dodgier video here.All this time later, I am excited to return to the topic of working with fears, blocks and resistances to compassion because…
 
Melissa speaks with Aseem Prakash and Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken about how governing boards of aid organisations can “govern well.” They discuss the power dynamics present in any group of humans, embracing difference and true diversity, prioritising lived experience, modelling behaviours, and asking smart questions. Professor Prakash studies NGOs a…
 
The 20th of May is "World Bee Day", and what would fit better on this day than publishing an episode that matches perfectly with that topic? Sophia introduces the "Save Bees and Farmers" ECI, which was initiated in 2019 and collected more than 1,1 Million signatures. The main demand is to phase-out the use of synthetic pesticides on agricultural la…
 
Our guest on today’s episode of the Healthcare Experience Matters Podcast is Dr. Joshua Schwarzbaum. He joins us to discuss the “Code Breathe” initiative that he helped develop in the Emergency Department at St. Barnabas Hospital in New York City. Dr. Schwarzbaum is a board-certified emergency medicine physician with SBH Health System in the Bronx.…
 
In this week's episode of First Lady and Friends, Utah's First Lady, Abby Cox, speaks with Kirsten Rappleye (Director of the First Lady’s Initiatives) to recap the past year of the First Lady's “Show Up” Initiatives, building deep connections with communities in need throughout Utah, and how "Care Communities" can make a significant impact in the f…
 
On this episode Dr. Sigal Klipstein returns to the program to talk about the ethics committee's recent writing on moving innovation to practice. Ethics Committee Document More information on these topics is at www.asrm.org Tell us your thoughts on the show by e-mailing asrm@asrm.org Please subscribe and rate the show on Apple Podcasts, Google Play …
 
During this episode, we talk about easy ways to get new volunteers involved in your church on Sunday morning and beyond! Volunteering can often be a great way to get new members plugged in, so save yourself some work with the tips Julie Farrell from PlanHero has to share. Check out http://churchcommunications.com/planhero-engage to download the fre…
 
After sitting a seven-day retreat, MOI teacher Anne Savery shares some of the insights she has gained in this week's talk. She touches on a range of topics, such as giving ourselves permission to rest, stability, our habitual conditioning for striving, energy, expectations, and increasing our capacity for spaciousness. Most importantly, Anne emphas…
 
Today’s Healthcare Experience Matters podcast episode features a recent webinar from the Healthcare Experience Foundation (HXF). This webinar is entitled, “Speed to Trust: What Can We Gain with Better Senior Leader Rounding?” If you missed the webinar earlier this month, we are making it available now and fully on-demand through our weekly podcast.…
 
May is National Foster Care Awareness Month and in this week's episode, Utah's First Lady, Abby Cox, is joined by Nikki MacKay (Director of Retention Services) & Amanda Walker (Brand & Marketing Manager) with Utah Foster Care to talk about what influenced them to work in foster care, some of the challenges that they face on any given day, and the v…
 
Today on the show my guest is Dr. Silvina Bocca, who is chair of the ASRM Coding Committee. Coding Webpage: Coding Resources | ASRM More information on these topics is at www.asrm.org Tell us your thoughts on the show by e-mailing asrm@asrm.org Please subscribe and rate the show on Apple Podcasts, Google Play or wherever you get your podcasts. ASRM…
 
You are likely familiar with Adopt-a-Family signups during the holidays. But what about the rest of the year? How can you help? What about an Adopt-a-Family program going into the summer or prior to the start of school? What about determining what’s needed for families after a natural disaster strikes?Julie Farrell, founder of PlanHero, shares simp…
 
Hosts Don Stader, MD and Rachael Duncan, PharmD sit down with Andrew Herring, MD and Charles Hawthorne of CA Bridge to discuss healthy equity and disparities in the opioid epidemic. CA Bridge is a pioneering organization that expands access of evidence-based addiction care to those who use drugs in the Bay Area, Andrew serves as the Director and Co…
 
Are you any good at concentrating your attention? Is your mind able to sustain a connection, or is it often fragmented? In this week's talk, MOI teacher Johnathan Woodside explains the practice of concentration, stating that it's not as difficult to achieve as you may think. When watching a movie or television show we often experience a concentrate…
 
An explanation of the first four verses of the Yoga Sutra's of Patanjali. It details the use of a simple, direct method to achieve meditation and samadhi. Transcript: https://glorian.org/learn/courses-and-lectures/beginning-here-and-now/yoga-is-the-dissolution-of-mental-activity A quote: Today we are going to analyze one of the most important works…
 
Win Howard is once again our guest on Healthcare Experience Matters. Win joins our podcast to discuss a topic that is near and dear to his heart—gratitude. Today’s discussion focuses on the implementation of gratitude in straightforward and unique ways to make a genuine impact on people. There are takeaways from the discussion that are helpful to t…
 
Today on the show my guests are Dr. Jennifer Kawwass and Dr. Katie Cameron. They will be discussing the recent ethics committee opinion Reproductive and Infertility Care in Times of Public Health Crisis. Documents: Reproductive and infertility care in times of public health crises: an Ethics Committee opinion (asrm.org) Ethical Considerations of As…
 
Spiritual initiation cycles often bring up a lot of resistance. You’ve probably experienced this: initiations can be uncomfortable, confronting, challenging and triggering. But, as Michelle and Katherine discuss in this powerful episode, “resistance is fertile.” Resistance shows us where there is potent energy available for transformation, and when…
 
Caring for your mental health while serving in ministry can be difficult. In this episode, we'll hear from Eliza Huie as she shares 4 traits of a healthy ministry worker, along with some practical tips for caring for yourself and your community. Eliza is a counselor, author, and speaker committed to providing care and resources for the whole person…
 
No matter what might be going on around you, or in the world at large, even when the suffering of others seems so much greater, it is always important to occasionally turn to yourself, check in, see how you are going, notice suffering of your own and begin to direct compassion towards yourself.In this video, we will practice a guided imagery exerci…
 
This week's talk is all about the conditionality of things. In Buddhism, this is known as Dependent Arising or Dependent Origination. As MOI teacher Mark Wiesman states, this teaching is "profound, hard to see and understand, unattainable by pure reasoning." As such, Mark spends the hour unpacking this challenging topic. Except for Nibbāna (the unc…
 
In this episode we discuss the answer of the European Commission to the 'End the Cage Age' ECI with Esben Sloth, who works for the organisation World Animal Protection in Denmark. In June 2021, the Commission announced that it will initiate quite far-reaching changes in EU animal welfare legislation already by 2027! Esben shares his knowledge and o…
 
Our guest on this week’s episode of Healthcare Experience Matters is Paul Glisson, D.O., MBA, FACEP. Dr. Glisson currently serves as chief medical officer with Infirmary Health in Mobile, Ala. Today’s discussion centers around Dr. Glisson’s thoughts on the importance of emotional intelligence and its value to the worldwide community of healthcare w…
 
On this episode we review some recent recommendations and recaps from ASRM for April 2022! Abstract Reviewer : Abstract Review (confex.com) Volunteers: ASRM Volunteer Application Survey (surveymonkey.com) More information on these topics is at www.asrm.org Tell us your thoughts on the show by e-mailing asrm@asrm.org Please subscribe and rate the sh…
 
Planning outreach events doesn't have to be complicated! Join us as we hear from Julie Farrell, founder of PlanHero™ as she shares some tips you can use to simplify your planning process. We talk about how to get more members involved, collaborating with local organizations, and forming relationships with new people. Check out https://churchcommuni…
 
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines compassion as “a sympathetic consciousness of others' distress together with a desire to alleviate it." In other words, compassion is about recognizing that someone is suffering and trying to help them. We all have our own definition of compassion and we all know what it means to us as individuals, but it is a…
 
Utah's First Lady, Abby Cox, is joined by Chris Yadon (Executive Director) and Lisa Clark (The Lisa Show podcast, writer, actor, producer) to talk about what inspired her to pursue improv comedy, the origins of Studio C and Divine Comedy at BYU, and how she met her late husband, Chris, at BYU. Then Lisa opens up about how becoming a parent helped b…
 
On the book review we talk with editors Julie Chor and Katie Watson about this wonderful new collection of essays. More information on these topics is at www.asrm.org Tell us your thoughts on the show by e-mailing asrm@asrm.org Please subscribe and rate the show on Apple Podcasts, Google Play or wherever you get your podcasts. ASRM Today Series Pod…
 
A church trivia night can be a fun and engaging way to get your congregation connected with one another! Join us for a conversation with Julie Farrell, as she walks us through the ins and outs of planning a trivia night, and shares some helpful tips and resources. Check out http://churchcommunications.com/planhero-engage to download the free guide …
 
Even if you plan ahead & get the agreement of the person that hoards for a clean out - it can still be horrible for the person who is helping. Join us in The Hoarding Solution Community as we shift the paradigm on #hoarding & the humans impacted by it. Feel free to connect! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thehoardingsolution/message…
 
Compassion as an evolved human motivation is not the same as compassion being our default motivation. Compassion, a sensitivity to suffering in self and others with a commitment to try to alleviate or prevent it, is actually rather uncommon and gets outmaneuvered quite often by other equally evolved, equally human motivations. So we gotta practice …
 
Where do you get entangled? What does your mind get tangled up in? In this week's talk, MOI teacher Anne Savery investigates these questions, stating that we can become entangled in anything our mind thinks about: work, relationships, emotions, ideas, situations, etc. When we become entangled, we need tools to help untangle the tangle instead of be…
 
on soluna medicines podcast this week we explore : Why is judgment normal? What is it good for? What is judgment? How do I tell the difference between judgment being about my own projections or someone else's behaviors? What do we do if we want to continue a relationship or HAVE to continue a relationship? Ex. family, community members solunamedici…
 
We hear so much in the spiritual and “conscious” world about being non-judgmental, not judging ourselves or others. But what if judgment is actually a really helpful, valuable and positive tool? Judgment is incredibly important for setting boundaries, evaluating integrity, aligning with right action and opening to high-frequency spiritual experienc…
 
April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Child Abuse Prevention month and in today's episode, Utah's First Lady, Abby Cox, is joined by Chris Yadon (Executive Director) and Betsy Kanorawski (Chief Program Officer) from Saprea to talk about their Utah roots, the origins of Saprea, and different ways that we can all fight against child sexual abuse. We …
 
Accountability has been defined in the latest version of the CHS guidance note as "the process of using power responsibly, taking account of, and being held accountable by, different stakeholders, and primarily those who are affected by the exercise of such power.” Dr. Emilia Roig, author of “Why We Matter” explains in this Embodying Change episode…
 
The Healthcare Experience Matters podcast welcomes back Katie Owens to our program this week. We chat about strategies for identifying and understanding our own strengths and weaknesses. Through our interview with Katie, we strive to uncover the various ways we can improve the patient experience by recognizing and embracing our own strengths. As we…
 
It is April and that means it is Stress Awareness Month. On the show today to discuss stress awareness is Dr. Ariadna Cymet-Lanski, who is chair of the Mental Health Proffesionals Group (MHPG) of ASRM. MHPG Homepage: Home - Mental Health Professional Group (asrm.org) More information on these topics is at www.asrm.org Tell us your thoughts on the s…
 
During this episode, we hear from Drew Young, a church communicator in Washington. Drew shares his experience as a fully remote church employee, some tips and tricks for collaborating online, and how to set up a community-wide prayer initiative in your church. To connect with Drew, send him an email at day2pray@ctk.church. PlanHero™ is a suite of t…
 
It feels like suffering is everywhere at the moment. The COVID pandemic continues to engulf the world, Russia has invaded Ukraine, causing untold suffering, and last week, here in Australia, up and down the east coast, we have had terrible storms and floods, wreaking havoc on homes and business, and the tragic loss of life. And so compassion is mor…
 
What exactly is mindfulness? What are the qualities and characteristics that makeup mindfulness? In this week's talk, MOI teacher Johnathan Woodside explains the spiritual faculty of mindfulness. He defines it as present-centered awareness free from wanting our experience to be different than it is. Mindful awareness is knowing what is happening as…
 
Joining us for this week’s installment of our podcast is Barry Fleming from the Healthcare Experience Foundation (HXF) Team. We discuss takeaways, inspiring stories about elevating the patient experience, and more from The Beryl Institute ELEVATE PX 2022 Conference. This event took place late last month in Indianapolis. Learn more: https://healthca…
 
In this week's episode of First Lady and Friends, Utah's First Lady, Abby Cox, is joined by Mike Mower (Senior Advisor of Community Outreach and Intergovernmental Relations) and Liz Mower (Community Activist) to talk about the beginnings of their relationship, what life was like raising a blended family, and some great tips when it comes to blendin…
 
Today on the show we kick off April, which is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, with a discussion of testicular cancer with Dr. Kathleen Hwang, President of SRS. SRS Travelling Scholar Form: srs-traveling-scholar-2022-application_fillable.pdf (asrm.org) SRS Website: Home - SRS (reprodsurgery.org) More information on these topics is at www.asrm.org…
 
"We have very little time. This is a life and death issue for all of us. Can we stop the drift toward destruction? We all have a responsibility in answering this question. It is to carry out my personal share of this responsibility that I have spoken out so strongly. I intend to continue. I hope you will join me - and millions of others - in workin…
 
An out-of-the-ordinary episode in which the community of MOI shares about their individual practice of mindfulness and meditation in daily life. If you feel inspired by these teachings, and wish to practice generosity, please consider supporting MOI and its teachers by visiting, https://mindfulnessoutreachinitiative.org/generosity/…
 
In this episode, Sophia talks to Olga Kikou from the animals' rights organization 'Compassion in World Farming' (CIWF) about the End the Cage Age Initiative. CIWF was the initiator of the initiative and Olga explains how the idea came about, how much planning it involves to lead an ECI and which challenges came up along the way. End the Cage Age In…
 
Utah's First Lady, Abby Cox, is joined by Mindy Benson (Interim President of Southern Utah University) to talk about growing up in Cedar City, the ways her family's legacy is intertwined with SUU, and how planning high-profile events helped her prepare for her current position at SUU. We also dive into the various ways that SUU is addressing studen…
 
The Healthcare Experience Matters podcast is pleased to welcome back Nita A. Magee, PhD, RN, MHNP-BC, to our show this week as we chat about mental health advice for busy practitioners. This is a “must listen” podcast for anyone working in healthcare that finds themselves too busy taking care of other people to the point that they are not making en…
 
On this episode we review some recent recommendations and recaps from ASRM for March 2022! ASRM Academy ASRM Acaddemy is live! ASRM 2022 Abstract Submission Presenter Resources - ASRM Scientific Congress & Expo Activities Report ASRM 2022 Advocacy Activities Report Covid 19 Update COVID, Reproductive Health, and Public Policy: Lessons LEarned after…
 
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