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Take a psychedelic journey into Jim Mahfood aka Food One’s record crates as he brings you the ultimate mixtape podcast. We're talkin' music, art, comics, and a whole lot more! Fun. Funk. Friendship. Falafels. IG @jimmahfood for daily updates. Skull Funk enamel pins at www.jimmahfood.com Prints & merch at www.society6.com/jimmahfood
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The Electric Image Express celebrates Asian American/Asian films and their creators. On each episode we invite our guests to share their personal creative journey and explore their latest work. Episodes come out every two weeks! You can reach us via e-mail: electricimageexpress@gmail.com or IG/Twitter @electricimageexpress
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Raising the New Earth

Raising the new earth

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Raising the New Earth is a podcast to call us to higher levels of consciousness and tap into a greater potential for ourselves, our children and humanity as a whole. We explore the role we can individually and collectively play to birth, nourish and co-create a more beautiful world. Sign up to Noa's NEW 360 Wellness course and receive a 15% coupon code, when you mention Raising the New Earth Podcast! Click the link to learn more: https://naturallynoa.com/courses. Available for a limited time ...
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Join me, Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Scijinks, Seekers of Science) while I work to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds, one interview at a time. On this podcast, I will cover the entire spectrum of what constitutes a Maker including but not limited to traditional garage skills, crafting and cosplay design, metal working, YouTube and Instagram Making, STEM careers like Engineering and Technology Development as well as the creatives here in LA LA Land . I am on a mission to normalize ...
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Today, we're diving into an electrifying topic: "Unlock Your Vitality: Elevate Your Energy with Electric Body Secrets." We'll explore how our bodies are electric and magnetic fields, based on the groundbreaking work of Eileen McKusick. We'll also delve into how our sun and soil play a crucial role in our energetic well-being and discuss the insight…
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Hydration is more than just drinking 8 cups of water—it's about optimizing how our bodies use and benefit from water. This informative episode explores how we can achieve true hydration and why it matters so much for our health. Topics explored: * True hydration is about hydrating your cells, not just drinking water. * Eating a diet rich in fruits …
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The impact of heavy metals and ultra-processed foods on cognitive decline is a serious public health issue backed by extensive scientific research. By understanding the sources, mechanisms, preventive measures, and detoxification methods, we can take steps to protect our brain health and advocate for a cleaner, safer environment. Heavy metals, such…
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Scientific studies support the benefits of mindful movement. For instance, a study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology found that regular exercise can be as effective as medication for reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety. Another study published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology found that mindfulness-based movement practic…
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There are different types of asthma: 1. Neurological asthma 2. Vagus nerve asthma 3. Phrenic nerve asthma 4. Asthma caused by underlying viral conditions such as Epstein-Barr virus It is possible to heal and to no longer need your inhaler. Healing foods that don’t produce mucus and in fact reduce and eliminate it are the place to start—and the key …
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"We are spiritual beings having a human experience.” Maybe you’ve heard of Reiki but don’t quite know what it is. Maybe you’re considering reiki but aren’t sure whether it’s right for you. Or maybe your doctor has suggested Reiki as a form of therapy complementary to your existing medical treatments. Whatever it may be, Reiki Master, Eileen Kiely C…
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This episode addresses neuroplasticity and the actionable steps we need to take to rebuilding the neural network using different tools. “The first move necessary in fixing anything is to understand what is presently not working. You have to know what the problem is and then name it in order to have power over it”~Joe Dispenza People are not doomed …
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In this episode from the beautiful Lisbon, Portugal, I get to sit down with Maya Dori, a sought after Lawyer with a PhD in economics and business administration, for an intimate and candid conversation about the role of women in business and so much more! Maya Dori is an S&P 500 business development expert, an economist and a lawyer specializing in…
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Traveling soon? then you need to know about radiation and what to do about it! Radiation is energy given off by matter in the form of rays or high-speed particles. It is used as a medical treatment as well as for medical scans -X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs. Other man-made sources of EMFs (electromagnetic fields) include cell phones, computers, WiFi r…
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In this episode, Noa shares 5 lessons to living a better life. While our Ego (=Everyone's Got One) may be the driving force behind greed and wars we see in the world, when we connect to our true selves, and to our desire for the sake of SHARING, we can then start showing up as LOVE and UNITY in this world, which is what we really need within us and…
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The meaning of JUDGMENT is the process of forming an opinion or evaluation by discerning and comparing. When we are judging, we are automatically being judged- In Hebrew we call it “Ain Hara” (evil eye). There are two names for two types of energy: judgment and mercy. One with absolute order and structure, and one being okay with mistakes and needi…
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Resilience is the process and outcome of successfully adapting to difficult or challenging life experiences, especially through mental, emotional, and behavioral flexibility and adjustment to external and internal demands. Mental resilience is how you deal with and recover from challenging life events. A number of factors contribute to how well peo…
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Addressing the root of the imbalance, is to understand the flow of vital energy, the chi, from its source and how consciousness can restore the morphogenetic field when the individual evolves from an ego conditioning mode toward a self-creative mode. In this episode, we explore the winter element how it relates to the individual person.Addressing t…
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Rabbi Hillel said : "If I’m not for my self: who am I?, If I’m only for my self? what am I?" We need to be for both, not just for me and not just for others. In the heart Integration of the two we have the recognition of the heart self. Loving ourselves means our immune system is at rest. The Chakras (energy centers of the body) are linked with the…
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In this episode, Noa discusses the effects of smoking tobacco and marijuana on human health, focusing on its impact on our chakras or life energy centers. We all know that smoking could cause asthma-like symptoms, hyperactivity in the immune system, but did you also know that nicotine's effect on the central nervous system contributes to addiction …
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According to NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Health), one in five adults will experience or have experienced a mental health struggle, that is to say about 47.6 million living with a mental illness. Now, individuals working in the entertainment industry in front of and behind the set/stage are approximately three times more likely to struggle wit…
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There are two different deep roots behind addictions: adrenaline surge dependency and glucose deficiency. Other factors including life stressors, immense pressure, and abuse can also play a part. Nonetheless, adrenaline dependency and glucose deficiency or both, are nearly always involved. When we're deprived of glucose, we'll become obsessed with …
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The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5), defines eating disorders as mental illness. Eating disorders include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and OSFED (other specified feeding or eating disorder). From a chakra medicine standpoint, the seventh and final chakra, the Crown chakra, ca…
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If you have a chronic illness, neurological issues, nervous system issues or you simply want to have the best health possible in the future, it’s important to limit or altogether avoid the following food chemicals: Preservatives Alcohol Nutritional yeast Formaldehyde Natural and artificial flavors Monosodium glutamate (MSG) Formaldehyde Aspartame a…
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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is characterized by deficiencies in social interactions and communication, limited and repetitive behaviors and interests, and in many (but not all) cases, intellectual and language impairments. These symptoms can range from mild to severe. For example, what used to be known as Asperger’s disorder would be on the mild…
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Considered as the seat of pure consciousness, the Crown chakra correlates with the neocortex, pineal gland, and the thalamic gate. An unbalanced Crown chakra is associated with many mental disorders, including Bipolar Disorder. As the metals in the emotional centers of the brain heat up, lasting heat radiates from these metals into brain cells and …
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Dyslexia is a learning disorder that involves difficulty reading due to problems identifying speech sounds and learning how they relate to letters and words (decoding). Also called a reading disability, dyslexia is a result of individual differences in areas of the brain that process language. Every case of dyslexia is different because of its caus…
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The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) was the product of more than ten years of effort by hundreds of international experts in all aspects of mental health. However, despite offering diagnosis criteria, the DSM 5 does not explain the root cause of mental health challenges. Noa's solo bite-size episode disc…
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If you have been given a confusing autoimmune diagnosis and have been told that your body is attacking itself, you may already feel disempowered and hopeless. I am here to share with you the tools that have personally helped me overcome Hashimoto Thyroiditis and to burst that bubble. Your body is NOT attacking itself. It never attacks itself. This …
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The reality is that most everyone has some sort of worms . Yes, even healthy people with no symptoms. However be mindful that viruses & bacterias are common co-infection, so its imperative that we have a comprehensive process to fight pathogens! Children who don't wash their hands often or adults who eat raw fish and under cooked meat or people who…
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“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” Life’s kaleidoscope of experiences has been shown to be a paradoxical blend of joy and sorrow, love and sadness, where moments of profound beauty and happiness blend with sadness as a testament to tha…
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“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow". Thanksgiving is a d…
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Everybody wants transformation and rapid success, but we must realize that small habits and little choices already transform us daily! This episode, inspired by James Clear's book Atomic Habits, discusses: 1) Everyone wants a magic pill, the high-risk thing to get to the "THERE" now, but what does that mean, and how much pleasure do we experience n…
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"As you start to look at this war over our microbiome, we are finding an increasing need since the 1940s to kill more and more microorganisms because of the vulnerabilities in the immune system we've created by sterilizing these bodies." Dr. Zach Bush In this episode, Brooke and Noa discuss the 1800s academic debate between two French scientists, L…
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“The only thing that will end hatred for no reason, is love for no reason.” In lieu of recent tragic events in Israel, Brooke and Noa embark on an intimate conversation and come together to support one another and others during these trying times. When we see chaos around us it means that our job has increased. There are miracle stories that were a…
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“The doctor is just the bridge to direct you toward optimal health." Einstein said there is no such thing as dark. Only absence of light and in this episode, Brooke and Noa sit down for an insightful and enlightening conversation with Dr. Kelly Carter. Together we discussed the following: 1) The efficacy of acupuncture and other TCM modalities in t…
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“Children are not our extension, they are their own people. Let them evolve.” In this episode, Brooke & Noa chat with Shikma Geffon, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Certified Parent Coach about: 1) Narrative therapy as Shikma's chosen form of therapy that aims to separate the individual from the problem, allowing the individual to e…
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"Cultivate the power to pause, for within that precious moment are seeds of awareness, choice and response, which sprout joy, love and freedom." In this episode we talk to Julie Dean, recipient of women of intention award as “Voice of Inspiration”, and founder of Twin Cities Mussar, about the core concepts and practice of Mussar, as a way to live l…
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"Sometimes in life, we feel like everything is going just fine...until it's not. In those moments, we may need to look inside ourselves to see if we rely on things we can't always control to make us feel complete, centered, or "okay." Once we remember that that feeling of "life energy" comes from within us, we can return to our inner power." Today,…
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Interestingly, the word “healing” has the same etymological root as “wholeness.” This means that healing in the ultimate sense is achieving wholeness. Patanjali said that all our suffering comes from the ignorance of believing that we are separate from the whole. Rather, to heal the disease of separateness is to integrate into the whole, realizing …
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Dive into Brooke and Noa's conversation about easy snacks, bento boxes, subsidized foods, and how to set your child (and yourself) up for success this year! According to the World Health Organization, health is "a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely an absence of disease or infirmity” (WHO). There are times when h…
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A beautiful long term study was done on centenarians, who are people who reached the age of 100 years AND BEYOND Because life expectancies worldwide are below 100 years, the term is associated with longevity. In 2012, the United Nations estimated that there were 316,600 living centenarians worldwide. They are called the blue zones. Those communitie…
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In this episode, Brooke and Noa chat with Dr. Erinne Branter about her work as a veterinarian specialist and a constellation healer. Erinne grew up in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. After heading a full-time Interventional Radiology department in Los Angeles, she returned to her hometown and opened her own veterinarian hospital in British Colu…
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In this episode, Brooke and Noa share eight things we can do to enhance children's innate wonder of life and how not to get stuck in the parent-child labeling. 1. Allow them to teach us. Our children are closer to the non-physical world; they have come from the non-physical into the physical. Spirituality teaches us that our soul chooses our parent…
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“You are not just birthing another human; you are birthing another version of yourself.” In this episode, we get personal with Raffaella Dobles, a postpartum doula, childhood development consultant, and founder of Sewing Smiles. Raffaella shared with us her personal and professional experience as a postpartum doula and a mother and how helping fami…
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The primary function of the auto-nomic nervous (ANS) system is to maintain a stable internal environment by mediating activities such as digestion, temperature, and blood pressure. Emotional expressions including palpitations of the heart, clammy hands, and blushing are observable signs that the sympathetic nervous system (=stress) is engaged. When…
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Consciousness, the brain, and material reality are interconnected in mysterious ways. Consciousness is the ground of all beings, and our connections with the world around us can regenerate our and the planet's health. As an advocate for healing the internal terrain and the terrain of our world, we sit down with Dr. Catherine Clinton to discuss Quan…
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Everything is created and recreated–often carrying out multiple roles in the cycle of life. Minimalism is not about restriction - it is about freedom . It’s also not about having a small, firm number of possessions…or living in a sparse white box…it really is about clarifying what you value the most and letting go of everything else…which is really…
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Primary food is recognizing that we derive energy in our lives through “nutrients” other than food. You can be eating this ideal “perfect diet” (which actually doesn’t really exist) such as Whole Foods, plant based and such, but if you are not investing in these other areas of your life your health, from a holistic and whole-listic perspective - me…
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In this week's episode we had the privilege of interviewing David Dua, a sought after Kabbalah teacher from the Kabbalah Center, about the history and origins of Kabbalah, students' diverse backgrounds and religions and the impact it has made on people seeking deeper spiritual connection. Together we covered the following concepts: What is Kabbalah…
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In this episode Brooke and Noa discuss Family and Systemic Constellation work with Luisa Muhr, an interdisciplinary artist and healing arts practitioner specializing in Family & Systemic Constellations. This healing method explores 3+ generational trauma and patterns and helps initiate movement deep within the soul. Through this movement, the solut…
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Sleep is not just for the sake of sleep, but rather putting our bodies in a state of regeneration and repair. How you start your day and the intention that you bring will determine your quality of sleep. In this episode Brooke and Noa discuss: 1) What happens when we sleep 2) Lack of sleep and its toll on our immune system hormones, blood sugar, ca…
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We are living in a world that is constantly "on" - even more critical, with all our distractions and externally focused behaviors to find ways to manage stress. In this episode, Brooke and Noa discuss the many ways to destress, reducing the frequency of our brain braves and incorporating mantras and meditation. Meditation is "A mind-body practice i…
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In this episode Brooke and Noa sit down with Megan Smith, an intuitive, compassionate emotion code therapy healer, owner of Harmony Restored and the president of Guiding Arrow, a non-profit regenerative farm and healing retreat center, specializing in nature camp weeks for children and young adults with Autism. Megan's work is groundbreaking. After…
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No matter where you are in your relationship journey, Christine Eartheart is confident you will find inspiration, guidance, and support while reaching a whole new level of what’s possible in your love. In this episode Brooke and Noa interview Christine, who shared with us that great relationships don’t just happen, but rather we have to create and …
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