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Best The Liturgists Network podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best The Liturgists Network podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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In this episode, Elena Dominguez unpacks a few ideas in the field of somatic psychology and the nervous system. Along with telling her healing journey through depression and anxiety, she explains the basic wave of the nervous system in both a profound and practical way inviting the listener into a more embodied spirituality. She also gives a number…
 
William Matthews, Dr. Hillary McBride, and Michael Gungor discuss dissonance and how our minds work to make sense of things when we have two incongruent ideas occupy our minds at one time. How does our ability to survive affect how we approach those different ideas? What kind of new thing exists in the space of that dissonance? Michael describes th…
 
Heather McCain talks with Dr. Hillary McBride to pull apart the story that disability is inherently negative. Heather McCain is Executive Director of Creating Accessible Neighbourhoods, a non-profit they founded in 2005. Heather’s experiences with multiple types of disabilities, inaccessibility, and ableism led them to become a well-known and respe…
 
In this episode, Dr. Jerome Lubbe unpacks a radical new lens on the Enneagram from the vantage point of Neuroscience. As a functional neurologist who's worked with complex trauma patients over the last decade, Jerome shares his personal story as well as explains why we need to move away from thinking of ourselves as a certain number on the Enneagra…
 
Evelyn Tribole talks with Dr. Hillary McBride and Michael Gungor about our relationship with eating and our view of our body. Evelyn is an award-winning registered dietitian with a nutrition counseling practice in Newport Beach, CA, specializing in eating disorders. In 1995, Evelyn published Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Program that Works with…
 
Ruthie Lindsey talks with Dr. Hillary McBride and Michael Gungor about her experience with pain and trauma. They also discuss some things we can do during the COVID-19 crisis. Ruthie's new book, There I Am: The Journey from Hopelessness to Healing, will be released on April 21, 2020. At seventeen years old, Ruthie Lindsey was hit by an ambulance ne…
 
Dr. Hillary McBride, Science Mike, William Matthews, and Michael Gungor talk about COVID-19 and its impact on our health, culture, and economy. Many news sources are discussing the pandemic using the titles "Coronavirus" or "COVID-19." Here are some quick facts and terminology to help you understand what it all means: This virus is a "novel coronav…
 
There is a God shaped hole in your heart, or at least that's what a white Jesus texted his friend in the tract you read as a kid. We were told we need Jesus because total depravity — our inherent defect — has separated us from God. As well, the idea of hell is a strong incentive to share the story of Jesus with others, because if we don't share tho…
 
Scapegoating is a common human response to difficult situations. We have a tendency to point to another group of people as the source of our world's woes. But is the solution simply saying "they" are the problem? What happens when "they" scapegoat "us" in response? In this episode, Peter Rollins and Michael Gungor talk about how we can engage in pr…
 
Many of us feel like something is wrong with us if we are single. Some times we don't feel loved or feel unlovable. But what does it mean to be "single?" And what does it mean to be "loved?" Those don't have to be related. The way we receive love or feel love for ourselves is often tied up in how other people view us and the cultural norms we exper…
 
Feeling shame and guilt when our beliefs change can be overwhelming. Our relationships with family, friends, and partners can seem to pivot solely on a shared understanding of what we believe. When our beliefs change we may fear that if people find out, they will not approve, or worse, they might abandon us. We may also feel anxious about not knowi…
 
History is literally a story we tell ourselves about what happened in the past. The way we tell that story is usually influenced by the people who have cultural and political power. We heard from so many of you from around the world about how whiteness affects our perception of history. In this episode Andre Henry, Propaganda, and Nikki Blak join W…
 
HERE IS A FULL EPISODE OF HOOD POLITICS WITH PROP! We are currently mapping out season 5 of Red couch in the meantime, check it out. trying to get your head around the is Iran situation?! So is all of congress. join Prop and Derek Minor as they try to help us understand what is even happening. Mixed and scored by Matt Osowski theme music by Dj Seap…
 
In this interview, comedian JP Sears, best known for his "Ultra Spiritual Life" YouTube episodes, shares his personal story from college drop out to personal trainer to emotional healing coach and now well-known comedian with his numerous viral videos. You'll get an inside look at both the wisdom and humor that JP embodies. From practices to find e…
 
Sometimes we leave one set of problems only to find ourselves in a new situation with the same problems. In this episode, Michael and Hillary speak with Emily Capshaw about her experience of leaving Christianity only to find some of the same problems in other belief systems. They talk candidly about how to avoid swapping one fundamentalism for anot…
 
final episode for season 4, today we talk to another power couple. Founders of the Houston based streetwear brand, Grits. this couple uses imagery from a time when black america was in full segregation and was creating its own narrative. they coined the phrase Black Americana. Also, hood politics... seeesh! just enjoy! if youd like to support us: t…
 
In this episode, best-selling author and Episcopal priest, Ian Cron, tells his own personal story, a journey that led him through pain, cynicism, a few mystical moments, and ultimately into the Enneagram. From self-awareness to working with the ego and learning to not take oneself too seriously, Ian is a masterful communicator of the nuances of lif…
 
This week, we go back to Houston where we interviewed Wordsplayed about one of the hardest moments of his life. his wife Catalina had a miscarriage. Bouncing back from such things can seem impossible. hear how the funniest man on earth continues on. Hood politics is ALL Impeachment and how their "ain't no such things as halfway crooks!" follow word…
 
Racism is a widespread issue in all spheres of society. People participate in racism knowingly or unknowingly and with or without intention to do so. While racism may not involve physical abuse or violent behaviors, it can be manifested through people's attitudes as well as their actions. But can something be done about it? Yes, we must call out ra…
 
In this episode, Dianne Garven tells her own personal story and relationship with Astrology as well as gives some background to this spiritual path. The conversation ventures from whether you can change the stars to personal destiny as well as how to incorporate this particular pseudoscience, or sacred language of God, into your life. To hear the r…
 
Michael Gungor and Science Mike talk about their experiences with church, God, science, scripture, theology, tradition, and more at the Los Angeles stop of the Tabs & Wafers Tour. The talk is an honest look at how some people experience Christianity and evangelicalism in the United States and how to find sincerity when it can be difficult to find a…
 
Continuing our live experiences, we tale yall back to Dallas where we spoke to the Trip lee and Jessica about their struggles with his chronic fatigue and all the twists and turns of their life. Hood politics was some throw backs that magically are still relevant. special thanks to Matt Owoski for mix and masters. Dj seanP for the hosting and check…
 
Lauren Evans and Lisa Gungor talk about creative flow and how people who create art, music, and other creative work can make what is right for them. Finding her authentic voice served as an important life quest, because Lauren’s early work required her to be a creative chameleon. Lauren also talks about her life growing up, her spiritual experience…
 
In the first episode of Season 2, best-selling author Jeff Goins tells his story of unraveling and awakening. It's a coming out story, but not in the traditional sense of the word. Jeff also answers the new 10 big spiritual questions of Season 2. Join The Unravel Community today and become a patron to get exclusive access to bonus content as well a…
 
In the last episode of Season 1, host Brady Toops sits down with his mother, Kim Toops, as they discuss Brady's birth and growing up in Minnesota. Halfway through the interview the roles reverse, and Kim asks her son Brady the 10 big spiritual questions to see his thoughts around the questions he asked his guests throughout the interviews of Season…
 
Today we give yall a glimpse what the hard to love tour dates are like, Here we interviewed Phoenix natives, chicago residents Sentrock, a street artist and Summer Perez, a husband and wife duo. tickets are still available for Los Angeles on October 21.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-red-couch-podcast-live-with-performances-by-propaganda-city-jame…
 
This week we're talking about porn: what it is, how we feel about it, and what roles is plays in our culture. Joining us in the conversation are the following people: Hillary McBrideMichael GungorWilliam MatthewsMike McHargueKey WilliamsCaroline LeeJenny McHargueKevin Garcia This episode was sponsored by Betterhelp. Get 10% your first month of safe…
 
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