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Best Beth Bruno podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Beth Bruno podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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For women who wonder how strength and weakness coexist or how to bless both bravery and tenderness; for those longing to bring the fullness of their glory to the world without a chip on their shoulder; for those who have embraced a global sisterhood and left small storied lives behind, this is for you. The fierce and lovely women seeking the “both and” of a big storied life. Join author Beth Bruno as she chats with fierce and lovely women around the world.
 
Hermitix is a podcast focusing on one-on-one interviews relating to fringe philosophy, obscure theory, weird lit, underappreciated thinkers and movements, and that which historically finds itself 'outside' the academic canon. The aim of the podcast is to allow autodidactic thinkers, amateur philosophers and the generally curious an insight into the work of thinkers who are often impenetrable to those outside of the academy. With the discussions at Hermitix aiming to be informal idea barrages ...
 
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Rico Sneller is a professor at Leiden university and is the author of Wild Beasts fo the Philosophical Desert: Philosophers on Telepathy and Other Exceptional Experiences, in this episode we discuss his soon to be published book Perspectives on Synchronicity, Inspiration and the Soul, alongside discussions on death, suffering, modernity, mysticism,…
 
Ole Bjerg is the author of Poker the Parody of Capitalism and Parallax of Growth - The Philosophy of Ecology and Economy, he is also Associate Professor at the Copenhagen Business School. In this episode we discuss his book Making Money - The Philosophy of Crisis Capitalism, alongside such topics as ontology, money, being and the work of Martin Hei…
 
In this last part of a 3-part series, Chris and Beth talk about different categories of people you're walking with around the issue of p*rn. Are you a parent? In kids' ministry? How about a ministry leader looking through applications for new staff with a p*rn problem? Or a pastor choosing a better way to lead? Regardless of the role you play, p*rn…
 
Iris van der Tuin is professor in Theory of Cultural Inquiry at Utrecht University. In this episode we discuss Michel Serres’ text Thumbelina in relation to knowledge, education, understanding, generational thinking and millennial culture. Become part of the Hermitix community: Hermitix Twitter Hermitix Discord Support Hermitix: Subscribe Hermitix …
 
John Michael Greer is an American author who writes on collapse, ecology, religion, philosophy, politics, appropriate technology, oil depletion and the occult. We talk about Greer’s latest translation On the Shadows of the Ideas, Giordano Bruno’s first publication and work on the art of memory. We also discuss the life of Giordano Bruno, Hermeticis…
 
In this series, Chris and Beth are debunking common misconceptions around sexual addiction and p*rn use because it is one of the biggest things facing ministry leaders today. In today's episode, Chris talks about his unique approach to addressing this with his clients. As an onramp to counseling, Chris' male clients take the Re|Wire course. Entirel…
 
Curtis Yarvin, also known as Mencius Moldbug, is the author of the blog Unqualified Reservations, alongside being the founder of Urbit. We talk Yarvin’s latest work Gray Mirror of the Nihilist Prince, alongside discussions on power, WW2, governance and meta-politics. Gray Mirror of the Nihilist Prince can be found here Become part of the Hermitix c…
 
Justin Murphy is a political scientist whose research has been published in The British Journal of Political Science, and popular outlets such as Foreign Affairs and New Statesman. He is also the author of Based Deleuze: The Reactionary Leftism of Gilles Deleuze. He now works independently as a writer and podcaster. In this episode we discuss acade…
 
P*rn addiction is the number one reason men and women are disqualified for ministry leadership today. We get asked all the time, "How can I help someone who is struggling?" Those of you walking with others have tried programs, books, and therapy often without success. Accountability feels hollow. True freedom seems elusive. In this new series, Chri…
 
Steven Brown is a Professor of Health and Organizational Psychology at Nottingham Trent university. In this episode we discuss Michel Serres’ text Rome, alongside discussions on the philosophy of communication, violence, noise, Deleuze and Guattari and specificity. Become part of the Hermitix community: Hermitix Twitter Hermitix Discord Support Her…
 
Born in Angola, Africa, David Beth is the co-owner of Theion Publishing and the founder of the Pandaemonic Current and Hierophant of its associated initiatic groups. University educated in Germany and the USA, he has received various Western esoteric transmissions and is well known for his past work as the former head of Michael Bertiaux’ Voudon Gn…
 
Professor Paul Bishop is the author of multiple books on the work of Carl Jung, Friedrich Nietzsche, alongside other texts on analytical psychology and German thought. He is also the author of Ludwig Klages and the Philosophy of Life, a Vitalist Toolkit, one of the few English texts on the philosophy of Ludwig Klages who we’ll be talking about toda…
 
A recent study claims that 1/3 of Adult Americans report an increase in depression and/or anxiety as a result of COVID. Chris and Beth Bruno jump in there. Is this accurate? What is the difference between "situational" and "clinical" depression? For those of you walking with others experiencing a mood disorder, what should you know? Listen in! Find…
 
Welcome to the third episode within a series title ‘The Michel Serres Project’ In this series I aim to interview interview a Michel Serres scholar or researcher on one of Serres’ numerous text, or an aspect of Serres’ philosophy. David Webb is a professor of philosophy at Staffordshire University, specializing in contemporary European philosophy, F…
 
Jasun Horsley is the author of THE VICE OF KINGS: How Socialism, Occultism, & the Sexual Revolution Engineered a Culture of Abuse, PRISONER OF INFINITY: UFOS, Social Engineering, & the Psychology of Fragmentation, SEEN & NOT SEEN: Confessions of a Movie Autist and more. He writes about Ufology, social engineering, Occultism, film and may more topic…
 
In part 3 of the series, The Disordered Life, Chris and Beth Bruno talk about Borderline Personality Disorder. Debunking myths, explaining common signs, and encouraging those in ministry to handle things differently. Follow on Instagram @storyrestored Seek counseling at www.restorationcounselingnoco.com Never miss a thing at www.restorylabs.com…
 
Welcome to the second episode within a series title ‘The Michel Serres Project’ In this series I aim to interview interview a Michel Serres scholar or researcher on one of Serres’ numerous text, or an aspect of Serres’ philosophy. In this episode I’m joined by Bill Ross,the translator of Serres’ text The Birth of Physics and an independent research…
 
Michael Martin is a biodynamic farmer, philosopher, theologian, poet, and musician and Director of The Center for Sophiological Studies. He is the author of The Incarnation of the Poetic Word: Theological Essays on Poetry and Philosophy/Philosophical Essays on Poetry and Theology and The Submerged Reality: Sophiology and the Turn to a Poetic Metaph…
 
Chris and Beth Bruno continue in their series diving into the most well-known personality disorder, Narcissism. What is it? Why are authors and pastors like Chuck DeGroat writing about it? Can it be "cured?" Listen in. Visit https://www.restorylabs.com or https://www.restorationcounselingnoco.com to learn more. Follow us on Instagram @storyrestored…
 
Chris and Beth Bruno dive into a new series this week. We've all heard the terms, tossed them around for fun, and speculated on who might actually be... but do we really know what various disorders are or mean? Listen in. Visit https://www.restorylabs.com or https://www.restorationcounselingnoco.com to learn more. Follow us on Instagram @storyresto…
 
This week I’m joined once again by John Cussans who is Senior Lecturer of Fine Art at the University of Worcester. In this episode we discuss consumerism, control, authority, freedom alongside the work of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari, Karl Marx and Michel Foucault. John’s work can be found at johncussans.com Become part of the Hermitix communi…
 
Welcome to the first episode within a series title ‘The Michel Serres Project’ In this series I aim to interview interview a Michel Serres scholar or researcher on one of Serres’ numerous text, or an aspect of Serres’ philosophy. In this episode I’m joined by Massimiliano Simons, a post-doctoral researcher in the philosophy of science at the Univer…
 
Joseph Azize is a priest in the Maronite Catholic Church, worly chiefly in the Chancery. He is also an honorary associate at the University of Sydney. For twenty-three years he was a practicing attorney for the Commonwealth of Australia, serving at one time as acting Senior Assistant Director of Publications. He has published academically in three …
 
Chris and Beth continue their series. In part 4 of Amplified, they dive into addictions. Why do we have them? What are two categories they fall into? Why has p*orn increased by 12% globally since the corona virus began? And how can YOU ask someone who struggles in a way that gets to the heart and not just the behavior? Don't miss a thing here: http…
 
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