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This podcast is devoted to topics on psychotherapy, contemporary psychoanalysis, and psychodynamic therapy methods, as well as social issues. A new episode is published every Friday. Recommended readings can be found attached to each respective episode. Website: https://www.psy-cast.org
 
Today In Alternative Medicine is a media project established and designed to inform a ever increasing health conscious society about possible alternative remedies that could help people better manage common health afflictions such as hypertension, obesity, acute colds and flu's, diabetes,weaken immune systems, and poor nutrition, without the necessary use of drugs. Today In Alternative Medicine is a marketing,educational, and entertainment production of Xcel Nutraceuticals. Xcel Nutraceutica ...
 
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Lives of the Unconscious Summary:What constitutes our inner mental life is in large part based on our early relationship experiences. This principle of psychoanalytic thinking becomes particularly clear in the concept of attachment. Attachment describes the existential experience of emotional resonance and reassurance in relationships—or its fatefu…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:"Should I really do it—or should I rather not?" In many situations, we are at odds with ourselves, want to have our cake and eat it too, or are two minds—or even more?—about something. Conflicts determine our coexistence with other people, but also our inner mental life. The subject of this episode is: why conflicts…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:"That’s something that I’ve done? I don’t to remember that at all!"The word repression has made a career for itself: even in our everyday language we speak of repressed feelings and memories. But what is it really all about? Is it true that one can really completely repress basic experiences? What role does repressi…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:They are among the central terms of psychoanalysis: transference and countertransference. While at the same time, they describe something that every person experiences in daily life; for transference always takes place when we enter into relationships with others. In this episode you will learn what is meant by this…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:Outdated and dusty? No other psychotherapeutic practice generates as many rumors as psychoanalysis. Generally, psychoanalysis is equated with a red couch and the works of Sigmund Freud. But what is it really all about? And what distinguishes contemporary psychoanalysis? The first episode introduces the basic feature…
 
In this conversation I talk with Tanner Guzy, a Men's Style expert and someone I've learned a great deal from the past 2 years. Tanner has been my personal style coach, and his philosophy of style, touching on competency, the appearance of power, archetypes, and mindset, its not what you'd expectI'd highly encourage all of you gentlemen to check ou…
 
What do you do if you are living among people who are bad for you? You LEAVE. In this episode I detail the 8 steps anyone must embark on to leave a bad situation and become independent in order to thriveYou can support this podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/AlexanderC--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-art-of-health/support…
 
In my first ever interview, I spoke with Dr. Taylor Burrows, aka Dr. Babe. Taylor is a dynamite woman whom I connected with twitter. She is licensed therapist that has been practicing for over a decade, and I wanted to have a dialogue with her on relationship dynamics. This was a purely fun conversation, and we covered a breadth of topics-relations…
 
In this interview, I sat down for 2 hours to talk with Rollo Tomassi, author of the Rationale Male, and Godfather of the Repill philosophy on Human Behavior and intersexual dynamics between Men and Women, and society at largeThis was a DEEP interview-Masculine Congruency-Alpha fucks and beta bucks-Doomed relationships-Archetypes of female fantasy a…
 
In this podcast, I discuss in depth the Duality of Discipline-The Discipline of Action, what you do-The Discipline of Negation, what you do not doThis podcast is my exploration of the Discipline of Negation, how implementing discipline must account for 1st, 2nd, 3rd order effect, and how Discipline of Negation helps you find your passion, identity,…
 
The Masculine psyche is comprised of four everlasting qualities that establish a Man's relationship with the world and determine the quality of his life LeadershipStrengthMindGratitudeIn the podcast, I refer to the book, King Warrior Magician Lover, and how these archetypes can be examined on different levels--- Support this podcast: https://anchor…
 
What is a System? A simple question, but one that is readily overcomplicated. Understanding what systems are is straightforward, applying them to your life is the harder part. I define systems pragmatically, give examples, and provide a framework to ask the right questions to create your own systems in your life--- Support this podcast: https://anc…
 
Disicpline is the freedom to do what you WANT to do, and the freedom NOT to do what you do not want to do. In this podcast, I reframe discipline as energy and time management that creates free time and down time for you. Whereas most of the society views discipline as requiring extreme work and effort, the reality is that disciplining your life ena…
 
In the past year, I have taken an email list of zero subscribers, and grown it to over 5,000 people. In this podcast, I explain my philosophy behind this, why I started with an audience first before a product, and the practical strategies I use every day to constantly add people--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-art-of-health/support…
 
I've been asked my opinion on crossfit many many times over, and I finally share it here. Unlike many in the fitness industry, I am neutral on pursuing crossfit as an endeavor. Its a personal choice of personality, and I encourage people to seek out qualifed coaching who do elect to do it.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-art-of-healt…
 
This was a request by a reader to do a spoken word telling of a recent article of the digital divide in building relationships. This is an unbroken podcast, and presented without commentary. You can read the article herehttps://medium.com/@AJA_Cortes/on-love-and-loneliness-in-the-age-of-digital-identity-5a6c58a3dd7c--- Support this podcast: https:/…
 
A straightforward conversation today on caffeine, stimulant, and supplement usage. I answered some questions as to what I personally use with products, how to taper back caffeine, and lifestyle considerations if you are a stimulant junkieRED-energy dominator http://mikemahler.com/nutrition-supplements/new-red-real-energy-dominator--- Support this p…
 
"Does fruit make you fat?" The demonization of fruit has personally aggravated the living hell out of me the past few years. Because carbohydrates have been so lambasted, fruit has been lumped in, and declared unfit to be eat because it has FRUCTOSE in it, or some other alarmist statementTruth of the matter is that fruit is healthy, and NEVER has i…
 
The New Skinny Fat program is being released soon, and in this podcast I give you an in depth preview of the 20 principles to put into practice if you are a Skinny Fat Individual. These are all strategies to optimize your training, diet, and lifestyle to improve your genetics and create the body you want.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/…
 
The Modern environment is one which negatively affects people's mental health, but to an extent few realize. Depression and anxiety have been on the rise for decades, and the reasons why are very clear. In this podcast, I into a thought experiment by how I could engineer depression in someone purely through physiological changes--- Support this pod…
 
How do you determine what a full ROM is? Should you ever use partial ROM in training? Why do some people's form look so different from others? This podcast covers the practical definition of ROM, the difference between partial reps and cheat reps, and how to use both in your training--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-art-of-health/supp…
 
Anterior Pelvic Tilt, commonly called APT, is a common condition that many men and women unknowingly have. It presents movement issues due to it disrupting the ideal and efficient relationship between the skeleton and gravity In this podcast, I present an overview of the functional anatomy, the muscles involved, and the series of steps to take to b…
 
Are the barbell squat and deadlift mandatory movements in training? Probably not, and relative to your training goals, you must ask the question of whether you truly need to do them, If you are determined to squat and deadlift though, but are not physically prepared to do so, then you should adopt a muscle first approach to build your body up to th…
 
How do you learn to keep your back straight? Poor posture is a common problem that negatively affects movement mechanics for almost all exercises. Trying to improve posture and technique can be difficult. In this podcast, I discuss common issues, what exercises to address them with, and how to start from zero if you have no capacity for athletic mo…
 
Building strength, muscle, and power is a combination of different stimulus that altogether facilitate long-term "gains". In this podcast, -I discuss the simple system I use for progression in beginners and intermediates-Why different rep ranges have different effects-Why a mixed approach is best for training--- Support this podcast: https://anchor…
 
HIT training and Volume training are often presented in opposition to each other, and the question is posed that one must be superior to the otherIn this podcast, I talk about why this presentation is fallacious, how the "truth" of exercises and studies is often misguided, and why BOTH approaches are necessary for resultsBooks Mentioned: Purposeful…
 
Bulking and toning are two of the most pervasive myths of the fitness industry, used to sell billions of dollars in products and hook people into false paradigms. Understand why these two things are fundamentally flawed will break you out the cycle of inertia with your own training--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-art-of-health/suppor…
 
There is no such thing as the perfect workout. There is no such thing as the perfect exercise. There is no such thing as the perfect diet, or meal plan, or program. Health is a varied concept that requires learning, whether you are healthy or not comes down to time spent on your health, and the momentum that time createsSuggested reading Good to Gr…
 
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