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Forensic Files is a pioneer in the field of fact-based, high-tech, dramatic storytelling. This series of television programs delves into the world of forensic science, profiling intriguing crimes, accidents, and outbreaks of disease from around the world.
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Abby and Libby - 2 young girls murdered. Investigators are searching for the killer using their biggest clue: a recording of his voice from one of the victims' phones ordering the girls Down the Hill. Almost three years later, it's a mystery that still haunts the small town of Delphi, Indiana while police say the killer may walk among them. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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From HLN Original Series, a true crime podcast obsessed with cracking the forty year mystery of California's most prolific serial murderer - the Golden State Killer. Who is he? Where did he go? Why did he stop? And is he still alive? With evidence suggesting the latter, in 2016 the FBI reopened the case - making the investigation hotter than ever. Based on the HLN television series, the weekly podcast will examine the newest theories and FBI evidence with exclusive guests tied to the crimes ...
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In the aftermath of violent crimes, unexplainable accidents and other strange occurrences, authorities search for answers in what was left behind. Listen as detectives, scientists and other experts sift through the clues, analyze the evidence and piece together data — all in hopes of finding the truth.
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Explore #RVA and Beyond! The Barry Farmer Morning Show with Sharon Lizzy is a Syndicated Morning Show that embraces individuals from all over. Join Barry Farmer Sharon, D’Marie and Don “Da Producer” as they ave Friendly Debates|Motivation|Product&Food Reviews|StoryTelling| Entertainment|Hot Topics and So much more! Barry Farmer has been featured on media outlets across the Nation, such as CBS News, ABC News, HLN, PEOPLE Magazine, PopSugar, Apple News, Good Morning America, NewsMax, Disney an ...
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SociologistRay Speaking Truth to Power is hosted by Dr. Rashawn Ray. This podcast focuses on ways to build better race and gender relations by having candid conversations about racism, police-civilian relations, and men's treatment of women. Dr. Ray provides research, statistics, and policy solutions to promote civility and tolerance. Dr. Ray is Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Lab for Applied Social Science Research at University of Maryland. He has written and appeared ...
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What is Holding You Back from Surpassing Your Goals? Business. Legal. Life. Informed…Not Simply Outraged. Attorney. Author. Humorist. Professor. Award-winning International Strategic Leadership Innovator, Courtney Elizabeth Anderson, J.D., M.B.A., M.S. (CourtneyAnderson.com), is "The Workplace Relationship Expert" ™, executive director of the International Workplace Relationship Council, and practices the "Joyful Art of Business!"™ around the world. Leading workplace relationship policy expe ...
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This podcast explores how to heal stress & trauma holistically. I am your host, Luis Mojica. My work, Holistic Life Navigation, was modeled after my own journey in healing myself of chronic illness & PTSD. I share this podcast with many other brilliant minds who, like me, healed themselves through unique, unusual, and unorthodox ways. For more information on me & my work, please visit: https://www.holisticlifenavigation.com. (Written, produced & recorded by Luis Mojica. Editing by Will Manni ...
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Dr Chris is a sex and body positive social justice psychotherapist and author. This doctor encourages authenticity, especially with sex and dating, and never shames or attempts to fit people into a neat little box. Radical and accessible, he works to undo misinformation while also pushing us to be better versions of ourselves. He is the Director of Clinical Education for The Sexual Health Alliance (SHA), and frequent co host on “The Doctors” tv show. He previously hosted WE tv’s “Sex Box”and ...
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Higher Learning Now

Robin Lindbeck, Kevin Rocap, Ben Meredith

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This podcast is devoted to discussions of the practical applications of technologies big and small and how these technologies can be used to support the learning process in higher ed, corporate ed, community ed, etc., by people who help others learn.
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The first season of The Chosen Ones focuses on the mysterious case of the doomsday cult obsessed mother of two previously missing children, JJ and Tylee. While looking at the key players of this case, it becomes evident Lori and Chad Daybell are a part of a religious cult that derives from the fundamentals of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Join Celene Beth as she investigates the truth behind the murders of Charles Vallow, Tammy Daybell, JJ Vallow, and Tylee Ryan.
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On today's episode, the HLN Team talks about getting sick, and how embodiment can change the way we experience being sick. They discuss: prioritizing the body through rest how sickness increases our sensitivity to our own capacity sickness and the inability to bypass how symptoms are the way the body communicates the wisdom of slowing down tending …
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Today's episode is a replay of A Braver Way podcast recording, where Luis joined Mónica Guzmán to discuss the relationship between political disagreement and trauma response. Mónica talks to Luis about what he's learned from his clients about how we physically react to intense political disagreement… and what we can do about it. Luis sheds light on…
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This is a bonus episode which features an interview with Luis and Jaguar Mary X. They had Luis on their program called Midday Medicine Journey. It's a live, public radio out of Kingston, NY. You can find the entire episode here. For more information about Jaguar Mary X, visit: https://www.kaliartproject.com/ You can read more about, and register, f…
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It's almost exactly the one year anniversary since we released this episode! Martha's interview with Luis is one of our most listened to podcast episodes, so we decided to re-share it in case you haven't heard it, or if you wanted to revisit the wisdom within it. --- In this episode, Luis is joined by Martha Beck, a Harvard-trained sociologist, wor…
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On today's episode, Luis is joined by Natalie Ross, a marketing coach and self-described "witchy weirdo who loves helping purpose-driven entrepreneurs put themselves out there with confidence." Natalie shares how somatic experiencing changed her life, how she learned to market within a somatic framework, and how she helps clients learn to do the sa…
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Today’s bonus episode is a replay of the most recent Community Somatics. Luis takes us through a variety of topics and practices, as well as a demo, as he invites us to drop in, play with the philosophy and techniques of somatic work, and see what we learn. Community Somatics are bi-monthly, public, pay-what-you-want offerings. You can view the upc…
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On today's episode, the HLN Team is joined by Thayer Case, and they highlight, with a little humor, some psychology terms that have entered into the world of pop culture and been misunderstood. They discuss "triggered," "safety," "gaslighting," and "narcissism." They also discuss fragility and preciousness, the binary nature of language, and the va…
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On today's episode, Luis is joined by the HLN team (Camille Leak, Marika Malaea, and Evan Adams), retreat co-facilitators Zach Kalatsky and Holly Kiefer, and retreat participants Ansley, Shana, and David, to share their experiences at HLN retreats. They discuss what to expect at HLN retreats, ranging from itinerary to inner experience. These retrea…
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On today's episode, the HLN Team talks about medical trauma, including their personal experiences, and how prevalent it is. They discuss: the necessity of boundary breaks during medical procedures how embodiment practices can in preparing transactional vs. relational medical experiences how clients and medical practitioners can be supported by diet…
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On today's podcast, Luis welcomes his friend Lindsay Christinee: environmental activist, entrepreneur, and author. After her father's passing, Lindsay began to deeply realize that, in western society, we aren't taught how to grieve. Lindsay shares about her cathartic experience of reading and writing about death and grieving. They discuss: how her …
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On today's episode Luis is joined by writer and speaker Eldra Jackson III. Luis had seen Eldra in The Work, and was deeply moved by the documentary. At the time of filming, Eldra was serving a life-sentence in prison; he is now the co-executive director of Inside Circle, the non-profit who hosts the men's groups shown in the documentary. As a survi…
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On today's episode Luis speaks with Britt Piper, sexual violence survivor and educator. Britt shares about how she was sexually assaulted in college by a “good samaritan” who offered to help her with a flat tire. The event left her traumatized, and the emotional exhaustion of the trial, and repetitively rescheduled hearings, were re-traumatizing. S…
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On today’s episode, Luis is joined by Blake Lemoine, software engineer and AI researcher, to discuss artificial intelligence and our relationship with it. Topics of their conversation include: · defining AI, and how the definition changes based on perspective · what "intelligence" is, and the meaning and history of the word · reasoning, kinds of in…
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Today’s bonus episode is a recording of the most recent Somatic Drop-In. Luis takes us through a variety of topics and practices as he invites us to drop in, play with the philosophy and techniques of somatic work, and see what we learn. These Somatic Drop-Ins are bi-monthly, public, pay-what-you-want offerings. You can read more about, and registe…
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On today's episode, Karen Hurd joins Luis to discuss epigenetics: the study of how our behaviors and environment can cause changes that affect the way our genes work. They parse apart the difference between DNA and genetic makeup, and the way the DNA translates, due to the foods we eat and the habits we practice. Karen highlights how sugar, caffein…
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On today's episode, Karen Hurd joins Luis to discuss the top three reasons (from a biochemistry perspective), why we get depressed, activated, and dysregulated during the holiday season. They are: 1) chemical & natural fragrances 2) refined carbohydrates 3) sugars They parse each apart, and dive deeply into the way that the body responds to these h…
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On today's episode, the HLN Team discusses victim identity through the lens of somatics, and riff off an Instagram post Luis posted earlier in the year on the topic. They discuss: · living from the expectation of threat · the internal biology of oppression · the constriction that can come from over-identifying · overcouplings and how we carry the s…
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This is a bonus episode which features an interview with Luis and Jaguar Mary X. They had Luis on their program called Midday Medicine Journey. It's a live, public radio out of Kingston, NY. You can find the entire episode here. For more information about Jaguar Mary X, visit: https://www.kaliartproject.com/ You can read more about, and register, f…
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(Today's episode is a replay of a previously released episode.) We welcome back friends of HLN, James-Olivia and Nisha Mody! Nisha, James-Olivia, and Luis have a beautiful, existential conversation about a word that is all too easily thrown around -- manifesting. They first explore what it means to decolonize manifestation, i.e. to go from being in…
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Inspired by his lost love of online message boards, Luis put out a call for Tori Amos fans to come together and discuss how her music has impacted their lives. They agree that the magic of Tori comes from both her as a person and her music: · the music that navigates both ends of the spectrum, from anger and angst to beauty and dreamlike reverie, a…
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On today's episode, Luis welcomes back April Harter (@aprildawnharter) to talk about how shaming others into accountability, especially on social media, is a form of narcissism. They discuss: the somatics of shaming and of shame secure vs. insecure attachment the desire to be seen and heard, and attachment needs sustainability and embodiment search…
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On today's episode, Luis speaks with Amanda Palmer about her artistry, her life, and the art of being disliked. At the same time Amanda co-founded the Dresden Dolls, she began blogging about her life and her career, which was the start of her continued relationship with the internet and internet culture. As Amanda's online presence increased, she a…
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Today's episode is a replay of the "Staying Embodied Through Global Crisis" event that Luis co-hosted with Camille Leak and Daniel Maté. They discuss: hows somatic practices can help us navigate unpleasant and activating sensations that arise during global crisis the difference between offering support, and the ability to control a situation attuni…
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On today's episode, Luis is joined by HLN co-teacher Camille Leak, and Rebecca Dollard and Janell Flores Bolte, graduates of the most recent Embodied Practitioner slow groups, to share their experiences in the container. They discuss: what's been internalized by the idea of the "right" way to run a business working with capacity vs. desire within a…
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On today's episode, Luis is joined by Zach and Steven, his co-facilitators, and graduates of the most recent Embodied Masculinity slow group, to share about their experiences around masculinity, sexuality, emotions, social conditioning and more. They discuss: talking about puberty with other men, through a somatic lens the loneliness of puberty reg…
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On today's episode Luis talks about navigating gender dysphoria without an urgency model. He speaks directly from his experience of gender dysphoria as an intersex person. Some of the topics he discusses are: how gender dysphoria doesn’t always go away, but we can change our relationship with it how gender dysphoria is a spiritual experience tendin…
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On today's episode, Luis speaks with Buck Angel: human rights activist, speaker, and innovator. Buck shares his story of growing up biologically female, the ensuing internalized body dysmorphia, and the external transphobia and homophobia. He talks about the wisdom of suffering, and how he was able to use pleasure as a doorway to healing. Buck's un…
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On today's episode, Luis discusses the many forms body shame can take, and how prevalent it is. Luis shares about his own experience, as well as highlighting recurring themes of body shame that he witnessed while working in private practice. Some of the topics include: the noticing of differences between bodies vs judgement the relationship between…
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On today's episode, Luis is joined by Kat Kruse, a somatic coach, writer, and practicer of Embodied Thinking. Their conversation began when Luis had said that “our thoughts [are] the most impersonal and unoriginal things,” during a Holistic Life Navigation meeting, and Kat immediately disagreed. Kat shares how conceptualizing the mind as an alienat…
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Today's podcast episode is a replay from the “Trauma Rewired” podcast. Hosts Jennifer and Elisabeth discuss the following topics with Luis: Fawn response from a neurosomatic perspective Shame as a protective mechanism and how to reframe it How to become self-aware of your fawning Differentiating between sexual fawning and arousal Finding compassion…
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On today’s episode, the HLN team talks privilege, and brings nuance to the complex topic. The discuss: privilege vs. privileges the assumptions behind privilege and marginalization bringing curiosity to the experience orienting to ourselves first how context impacts marginalization, and how it can be fluid how shame and guilt are unhelpful to every…
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On today's episode, Luis is joined by musician, producer, and sound healing practitioner Evan Glenn Adams. They discuss Evan's solo music project Heavybird (@heavybirdmusic), and his newest album, "a lit candle in an empty room." The album was written during the pandemic as a way to understand and process his personal experience, with the hope of i…
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On today's episode, Luis and Karen discuss how perfume and other chemical fragrances effect our bodies. Since they can be inhaled or absorbed through the skin, many of us are constantly bathed in them: either in our home, our workplace, or out in the world. In this episode, we cover the ways that the body reacts. Perfumes and other synthetic fragra…
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On today's episode, Luis follows up with Camille about her experience with Khadija in the NICU and how her body was, and is, responding. Camille shows us firsthand what it looks like to use somatic embodiment practices to prevent serious overwhelm and potential traumatization. They discuss the following practices and topics: · choosing what to attu…
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On today’s episode, Luis discusses an often-requested topic: navigating panic attacks. Luis shares his personal experience with panic attacks, starting at the age of sixteen, that lead to multiple hospitalizations, and tests that yielded no clear results. By learning a somatic approach, Luis has been able to prevent them before they happen, through…
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This is a bonus episode which features an interview with Luis and Jaguar Mary X. They had Luis on their program called Midday Medicine Journey. It's a live, public radio out of Kingston, NY. You can find the entire episode here. For more information about Jaguar Mary X, visit: https://www.kaliartproject.com/ You can read more about, and register, f…
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On today's episode, Luis speaks with Sophie Strand, self-described writer, compost heap, and neo-troubadour animist. Together they explore identity as a strategy: sometimes useful, sometimes not, but never the truth. Often when there is low capacity for ambiguity, the identity is the strategy born from that, fueled by desire for stability. Luis and…
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On today's episode, Luis has a conversation with Noah Michelson, editor at HuffPost Personal, over their shared love of Tori Amos, and the way her music has helped them explore their own traumas. Tori Amos shares so honestly (both through her music and her personality), and they discuss how it has a way of making others feel seen, and how it can be…
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On today's episode, Luis explores how we often overcouple anger with rage, violence, oppression, and harm, and how it doesn’t always have to equate. He discusses: the relationship between boundaries, anger, and rage the difference between stress and trauma how rage is a thwarted fight response, repressed by a freeze or fawn response the relation be…
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Today’s bonus episode is a recording of the most recent Somatic Drop-In. Luis takes us through a variety of topics and practices as he invites us to drop in, play with the philosophy and techniques of somatic work, and see what we learn. This Somatic Drop-In focused on overwhelm, and the relationship between overwhelm, boundaries, and capacity. Lui…
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We welcome back friend of the show, Carolyn Waiters Carter, a human development professional, poet, and somatic relational coach. Carolyn generously shares with us a story of grief, grace, grit and gratitude. She feels called to to share her grief journey after her beautiful beloved only daughter China transitioned in November 2021 from a long hero…
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This is a bonus episode which features an interview with Luis and Jaguar Mary X. They had Luis on their program called Midday Medicine Journey. It's a live, public radio out of Kingston, NY. You can find the entire episode here. For more information about Jaguar Mary X, visit: https://www.kaliartproject.com/ You can read more about, and register, f…
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On today's episode, Luis explores the sensations and stories behind our kinks, sexual desires, and turn-ons. Luis discusses the complicated relationship that can occur between overwhelm, fear, and turn-on. He invites us to explore the following question: "do I experience relief, openness, tenderness, and a deeper connection to myself and the other …
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Today’s podcast episode is a repost from the “Soul & Psyche” podcast, where Luis and Otto Maier discuss topics that include art as therapy, the mystical experience, animism, and more. Otto is a trained and Certified Psychedelic Integration guide, Jungian Coach, Ceremony facilitator, Kambo practitioner, and Breathwork facilitator for retreat centers…
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In this episode, Luis is joined by Anita Brown, a grooveologist, yoga teacher, and writer. Luis and Anita have a fascinating conversation about the sole of somatics within Christianity. Both Luis and Anita were raised within the Catholic tradition and they discuss the impact of those experiences, the concept of embodied praying, and how religious p…
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On today's episode, Luis discusses the somatics of lying. In his own words:“lying is what I do when I don’t have the capacity for how you may respond to my truth.” Some of the topics he covers include: lying as a strategy to give us space understanding (thinking) vs. experience (somatic) exploring what lying really is, how we experience it, and wha…
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In this episode, Luis is joined by Simone Grace Seol, a life coach and business mentor. Simone explains why business can and has to be relational in order for it to be sustainable. Although it can be counterintuitive, Luis and Simone discuss why slowing down and building a relationship with the body and the nervous system actually provides people w…
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