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Liminal Podcast is for people trying to learn how to deal with life when the rug gets pulled from under your feet. Join Gordon and Joe on their journey into liminal space, as they speak frankly and honestly with friends and experts about their experiences, and ways to deal with change in a healthy way, be that through humour, self-care, science, or spirituality.
 
Each month, host Stephanie Bee uses primary sources to tell a story that could've only happened online. Ephemera is a show about the Internet that does its research and preserves stories in amber. It is made with an understanding that its listeners are just as fascinated with the liminal space of the Web as I am. It is a cyberpunk, plunderphonics, digital archive of human stories, particularly ones I find interesting.
 
Welcome to Liminal Space! The word "liminal" comes from a latin word meaning threshold. It's often used to describe things and situations that are slightly off from the reality we know; things that are not "normal" (whatever that means). Follow Liminal Space as it dives into different strange topics on a bi-weekly basis. Through shock, fascination, occasional disgust, and laughter, Rebekah, Melissa, and Danielle share their interests in the "ookie-spookie things" of life- As Rebekah would de ...
 
Stillness is a myth.We are in constant rotation, constant orbit, we migrate and shift as individuals from room to room, house to job, country to country - birth to death. As we try to answer the unanswerable, we create our own processes of thought and action. If we break ourselves open, we may find inner structures created from remnants of the many who have come before us. Secret Architecture: the process of process operates from this place. Season one explores art and culture as invisible a ...
 
Through Yoga Nidra, guided Shamanic journeys and rich conversation, we explore the in-between spaces and the thresholds, our deep roots and source origins. This space is held for you by Kael Klassen, an intuitive healer, story teller and shadow worker who is here to teach, heal and guide not by dictating or prescribing, but by openly and honestly sharing experience. Thank you for being here.
 
Consciousness to Music to Conservation - aiming at truth, rather than victory; embracing the liminal space; a wide-ranging conversational style podcast in Hawai'i produced by host and musician Abe Vandenberg Conversations about: Ayahuasca, EMR, Human Origins, Immigration Law, Mysticism, Ancient Egypt, Consciousness, Cave Art, and [original music: saxophone electric ukulele guitar groove grunge]
 
Welcome to the intersection of creativity and spirituality, a pilgrimage through time and space with Lobsterbird. Here, entrepreneurship is a holistic spiritual path, where travel, art, energy, and healing weave together, creating a space for presence, inspiration, and transcendence – a Bridge to Being. Welcome to the state that exists between worlds. Cultural anthropologist Victor Turner calls it liminality, where one thing is in a state of transitioning: “Liminal entities are neither here ...
 
Everybody goes through change. But not everybody transitions. Each episode of Life Through Transitions aims to help those facing the turbulence of difficult change understand that transition is something that can powerfully form us, not something to get through. No matter the change that is faced, we help our listeners create forward momentum by embracing life's most formative transitions and the immense growth and transformation they invite.
 
This is A LOT TO SAY Podcast - a conversation based project focussed on unconventional career paths and the projects that consume us. Focussed haphazardly somewhere between the creative, technology and culture realm - this is an excuse to create a conversation with people who give a damn about the world we live in, and hear some incredible stories of the experiences we accumulate. A LOT TO SAY is part of the ALTS Projects suite of stuff - curated and delivered by Garry Williams.
 
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Glenn Edney is a Deep Ecologist, an Ocean explorer, diver, sailor, an activist for the living Ocean - and a deeply thoughtful visionary, following in the footsteps of his hero, Jacques Cousteau. He's the author of three books, the most recent, published in 2016, is 'The Ocean is Alive'. He wrote this as his way to help those of us more land bound t…
 
Our guest this week is Doug Sands, who is an entrepreneur, hypnotist, podcaster, and adventurer. He joins Gordon and Joe for a deep dive into hypnosis, quarantining in a desert in Utah and building a relationship in a pandemic. Show Notes The Demon Headmaster Doug’s Website Doug’s Instagram Doug’s Facebook Treatment of anxiety and pain in childhood…
 
Failure, follow-through, frivolity and the philosophy of solitude. The manifestation of a dream, of many dreams and the waiting game associated with such fantasies. Are hopes worth the effort of hope? Isn't that what hope is about - an effort of faith? What is the value, if any, of comparison? When do you answer the call of the wild? Laying claim t…
 
Trust The People is a movement of community builders open to everyone sharing deliberative democratic tools to support local communities dealing with global crises. In this episode, Mags Mulowska, an activist with TTP, explores how our current system is broken, and the ways we can change it so that everyone has choice and a voice, so that everyone'…
 
Kristin Duffy joins Gordon and Joe to talk about a devastating liminal space, triathlons and her production company Slackline Productions. Most notably how her production company, which aims to put women in the drivers seat, has adapted to operating in the pandemic. Show Notes Girl with Mandalorian Mask Slackline Productions (Facebook) Slackline Pr…
 
BLACK LIVES MATTER. RESIST FASCISM. Get in touch: ephemeraTHEpodcast@gmail.com https://www.patreon.com/ephemerapodcast http://storiesfromtheinter.net/about http://storiesfromtheinter.net/zine Audio engineering is generously provided by Miguel Tanhi of Much Different NY, a live podcast recording venue in Brooklyn, NY. --- FURTHER READING: http://www…
 
The term "gatekeeper" has been in much use these days and can sometimes raise a few hairs. HOWEVER, my guests this week are singularly focused on the equitable and generous dissemination of resources, tempering the term with generosity. Meet Madison Cario and Nikki Estes, rare breeds in the radical world of arts funding. Join us as we discuss the r…
 
Alnoor Ladha's work focuses on the intersection of political organizing, systems thinking and narrative work. He was the co-founder and Executive Director of The Rules (TR), a global network of activists, organizers, designers, coders, researchers, writers and others focused on changing the rules that create inequality, poverty and climate change. …
 
The Mimosa Piduca plant is that ferny plant that shields itself by curling up when touched by human hands. Who's to say if that is a good or bad thing? What I do know is that the more an artist shies away from mentorship and feedback, in their own way, they are closing up. While artistic guidance may sometimes sting, it's the kind of love we grow t…
 
Navona Gallegos is an ecologist and farmer working to transition desert back into grassland in the arid Southwest of Turtle Island. She works and educates on the intersection of clean water, biodiversity, carbon sequestration, and nutrition: soil. Navona's passion is decolonization and she sees building soil as the keystone that allows us to step i…
 
Gordon and Joe are joined this week by a long term friend of Gordon’s, Craig Watson. He joins them to discuss his journey with sexuality and spirituality, which culminated in a breaking point threatening everything he believed. Trigger Warning - If topics of LGBTQ+ rights and how this group can be treated in religion is triggering, please be advise…
 
Spiritual Director Kelsie Meyers offers this beautiful prayer of Examen for the year end. In the presence of God and through the eyes of Jesus, you are invited to look back, noticing the movements of God in your life and to look ahead, cultivating hope for what is yet to come.Music courtesy of Borrtex: Bright Morning Star (Creative Commons)Photo by…
 
The second episode of the Confined Spaces Radio Show is on the way. Join my guest Joone and myself tonight from 10PM (GMT) on Bloop London Radio. About the guest: Joone (June) DJ Producer producer from North London, currently signed to Hugarian Label “Secret Fusion” as well as running his own music labels “Acrylic On Canvas” & “Furioza”. In Novembe…
 
Can we access the value of deep reflection while encountering something meaningful? Or is that a hard-learned lesson? Does something endure because we have a fond memory of the first encounter with it? Or is staying power baked into the things we love? Passionate art lover and dedicated seeker of beauty Avery Kastin joins the ever-prolific and imag…
 
We have to stop consuming stuff... but we never stop imbibing ideas. So here are some to choose from - all links to Blackwells. For obvious reasons. Non-Fiction 'From what is to what if' by Rob Hopkins The Trembling Warrior and others by Gill Coombs 'The Best of Times, the Worst of Times' by Paul Behrens 'How to Be More Pirate' by Alex Barker 'Doug…
 
Brilliant chat to end 2020 with the guys from Funny Business Podcast (Lachlan Bradford & Robbie Hicks), who went on an absolute tear in 2020 launching out their podcast project to a budding (& big) audience who responded to what they put out into the world with big love. A natural, honest, unconcerned-with-perfection approach that sees some hugely …
 
So, it's our Birthday - and it's that time of year when every pundit endeavours to look back at the year just gone and ahead to the one that is coming. And we thought we'd like to establish a parallel tradition, where we bring together our favourite podcasting-friends and explore the ways we think. So we set up a structure that will be repeatable i…
 
This week Joe and Gordon are joined by the founder of Fizzy Kids, Ali Fenshawe. She talks about her experience raising two ‘fizzy’ kids, the journey her family has had to take and how this has now led to her creating the Fizzy Kids community. Show Notes Fizzy Kids Website Fizzy Kids Facebook Fizzy Kids Instagram Steps Marginal Gains (Further Info) …
 
Alan Jones (the good one) joins the A LOT TO SAY Podcast for the 2nd last released for 2020, and the 2nd one recorded in-person thus far. Alan is regularly enlisted as an entrepreneur in residence for various accelerator programs and is an active investor, advisor and mentor for all matters pertaining to technology growth, investment, go-to-market …
 
Kunal Kalro joins this episode to talk through what he and his team are growing with Eugene Labs- helping people make smarter health care choices in a convenient manner, whilst advocating people take proactive investigation into their personal health and utilise preventative measures. We go into a bit of detail on the practical processes of buildin…
 
Patience is a virtue and within a quickly moving world, it becomes challenging to engage with subtle transformation. So much so, that the opportunity to reflect, re-work and reclaim could be deemed a privilege. For as much patience as is needed to modulate work, just as much, if not more, is required to live inside and experience a shift. Choreogra…
 
SANDREW are well known in the street art scene in Melbourne (and beyond) for their voracious collecting of works by some of the world's best street artists. They've championed the street art scene loudly and have supported many artists over the years to help expose them to larger audiences/ ways to create a sustainable living as artists. We talk ab…
 
Suppose we all learned three things at school: empathy, critical thinking and systems thinking... imagine how different the world would be. Suppose we learned how to think clearly, how to communicate, how to understand our own feelings and express them without feeling the need to trash other people just because we were hurt, or angry. Rachel Musson…
 
This week Joe and Gordon are joined by the larger than life Jay Smith, known commonly for being part of Deviant UK. He speaks about the highs and lows of his music career, plus the combination of a recent major health scare and losing a loved one in the space of a couple of years. Trigger Warning - If your sensitive to the topic of depression, canc…
 
These advent reflections and prayers accompany the Weary World Rejoices Advent guide which is posted on the www.betwixtpodcast.com and Flourish Contemplative Center website. You are welcome to download the guide and join us in this journey of illumination toward Christmas!During Advent, we light candles to remind ourselves to watch for the light. E…
 
Georgia Frances King joins to talk both about her career journey (of which there is a stark delineation between a lifestyle career and a technology career) as well as talk through the experiences she has witnessed in 2020 from her front row seat in New York City as the USA experiences a time of great upheaval and struggle. Georgia talks about the m…
 
Philosophers are often close at hand, whether it is a family member, a favorite author or a colleague. Guests, Ursula Payne and Edisa Weeks provide insights into how these voices in their formative years shape the artists that they are now. By reflecting on honoring history and inner wisdom, these two women prove that by remembering and listening, …
 
We live on the edge of change - the facts can be terrifying, but the creative potential of our times is inspiring and just as jaw-dropping as the horrors of the reality we inhabit. Paul Behrens is Assistant Professor of Energy and Environmental Change at Leiden University in the Netherlands. He has advised governments and his work on climate change…
 
Andy Miller joins us to talk about the journey he and the team are taking with Heaps Normal- an independent NON-alcoholic beer company that have launched into the market with a bit of a bang, gathering a raft of supporters as they go. With growing the brand via some unconventional means such as startup accelerators like Startmate and other traditio…
 
Joe and Gordon are joined by Abhishek Lahoti, an expat currently based in the UK. He joins the boys to discuss dealing with an immigrant family wanting their son to be a doctor, the pressure of relocating countries and a fascinating experience with Ayahuasca. Abhishek is also the host of ‘One Simple Question’ and our very own Gordon has an episode …
 
These advent reflections and prayers accompany the Weary World Rejoices Advent guide which is posted on the www.betwixtpodcast.com and Flourish Contemplative Center website. You are welcome to download the guide and join us in this journey of illumination toward Christmas!During Advent, we light candles to remind ourselves to watch for the light. E…
 
Jaddan Comerford joins A LOT TO SAY to talk about his life's journey in the music industry and the many experiences and perspectives he has gathered along the way- reflections on leadership, artistic pursuits and livelihoods, projects, investment opportunities and even working side-by-side with his wife Rachael! We talk about the growth of UNIFIED …
 
The search for community is often an ongoing endeavor. As we meet new people along the way to wherever we are going, we amass populations that provide a sense of home, escape, belonging and grounding. Throughout the quest, if we reflect upon boundaries, truth, prophecy and abundance we can significantly shape how we see our histories and sit in the…
 
The concept of radical, renegade, revolutionary insurgency based on the model created in the Golden Age of Pirates was given wings by Sam Conniff's best selling book, BE MORE PIRATE. In the wake of its success, Sam needed to find ways to help the many people the book inspired. And for that he needed help. Enter Alex Barker, Primary Pirate, visionar…
 
This week the boys are joined by MNRØ, aka Paris, discussing how her childhood trauma influences her music. Trigger Warning - Suicide is spoken about in this episode be advised Show Notes MNRØ on Apple Music or on Spotify MNRØ‘s Instagram MNRØ‘s Twitch Channel (Gaming and Live Music) MNRØ‘S TikTok Liminal Podcast is for people trying to learn how t…
 
These advent reflections and prayers accompany the Weary World Rejoices Advent guide which is posted on the www.betwixtpodcast.com and Flourish Contemplative Center website. You are welcome to download the guide and join us in this journey of illumination toward Christmas! During Advent, we light candles to remind ourselves to watch for the light. …
 
A recording of the content Tiffany and Robbie prepared for us for this week’s Reflection in the Wild. “A Spotless Rose” sung by Robbie A spotless Rose is blowing Sprung from a tender root, Of ancient seers' foreshowing, Of Jesse promised fruit; Its fairest bud unfolds to light Amid the cold, cold winter And in the dark midnight. The Rose which I am…
 
Joel Connolly is Blackbird Ventures creative force, working primarily on building the venture capital group into a world-class business. Joel builds the brand & culture, and works on their social mission - to inspire young people through education and entrepreneurship. He is also the head of the Blackbird Foundation, which provides community grants…
 
BLACK LIVES MATTER. INDIGENOUS SOVEREIGNTY MATTERS. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Xim3v8KTX14-M9FvYz7VsDm1YkLFuUUKULqpias01Uc Get in touch: ephemeraTHEpodcast@gmail.com http://storiesfromtheinter.net/about http://storiesfromtheinter.net/zine (zine 2 is out!)https://www.patreon.com/ephemerapodcast Audio engineering is generously provided by Mi…
 
It’s finally time to let the cat out of the bag …. I am super thrilled to announce that after few years break I’m back on the radio. Last month I got invited by the nice people from Bloop London Radio to host my own monthly show and I cant describe how excited I am. The show will go live every 4th Tuesday of the month from 10PM to 12AM (GMT), start…
 
Giulia Giannini McGauran, or GG McG, is a creative director, artistic director, photographer and/ creative collaborator. Regularly photographing musical acts and artists in her highly distinctive style, Giulia relishes the collaborative nature of any project (and there are many) After returning to study with a niche focussed advertising degree, Giu…
 
It's said that imitation can be deemed a form of flattery, yet when does it cross the line and begin to intrude upon cultural history and identity? CiCi Kelley and Dr. Theresa Howard join me to discuss the ways history, experience – and blood, unite cultures in ways that can only be understood by its descendants. Amidst the openness each provide in…
 
Red is the colour of our life blood. It joins us to the land and all the web of life. It was chosen as the original colour of the silent life-dancers of Extinction Rebellion as an explicit symbol of this life blood - and although other colours have been used, notably black for oil and blue for the sea - the feature of a red line of silent individua…
 
In their first duo appearance since the start of Season 2, Joe and Gordon sit down to discuss Joe's experience catching Covid, Gordon's delivery nightmare and Lockdown 2.0. Show Notes Analysis of Covid contracts for PPE Anti-Lockdown Protest in Manchester Kettle/IEC Cable Liminal Podcast is for people trying to learn how to deal with life when the …
 
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