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Hay House Meditations

Louise Hay - Free Guided Meditation with Louise Hay
★★★★ (4.06)
Stir up the pot of your deepest emotions so healing can flow into your body, mind and spirit.  Enjoy this calming guided meditation with metaphysical teacher and best-selling author, Louise Hay.  This creative visualization meditation will release the natural healing qualities to bring about peace of mind, calmness of spirt and an infinite abundance that is always available to you.  This delightful meditation will leave you feeling a deep sense of peace and compassion to carry you through your day.  This is...

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On Being with Krista Tippett

[Unedited] Lawrence Kushner with Krista Tippett
★★★★★ (4.71)
Rabbi Lawrence Kushner is a long-time student and articulator of the mysteries and messages of Kabbalah, the Jewish mystical tradition. Kushner says mysticism tends to appear when religion — whatever the tradition — becomes too formal and logical. “The minute mysticism becomes permissible, acceptable, possible, it’s an immediate threat to organized religious structures,” he says. “Because what mysticism does is it gives everybody direct unmediated personal access to God.” He is influenced by the Jewish hist...

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Ideas from CBC Radio (Highlights)

The Long Arm of Ayn Rand: Why She Still Matters, Part 1
The intelligentsia mocked her writings and lampooned her philosophy, which she called Objectivism. But Ayn Rand's books, especially her two major works The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged, continue to sell millions of copies. There are Ayn Rand think tanks, academies, even dating sites. And her influence on politics and popular culture are stronger than ever. Contributor Sandy Bourque outlines Rand's improbable rise to fame and influence, and the surprising Canadian connection, which helped secure her place...

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RV Navigator

RV Navigator Episode 167- The Shortest Month
February is always short, but because we are leaving for Antartica in late February, we are getting ready early. This maybe a time when we’ll be totally out of touch at the beginning of the month and thus not able to do the podcast, so we did it early. Our 17 day sailing will take us further south than we've ever been at the end of their summer. However we are expecting cold - in the 20s. This is a big change from February in FL. This month has been very warm while the rest of the country is mired in col...

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Tyckonom

Teknikoptimist - med Gustav Martner
Jag pratar med kommunikatören, strategen och teknikoptimisten Gustav Martner om fansinkultur, hur internet hade kunnat utvecklas i en annan tid och mycket mycket annat. Längsta avsnittet hittills vilket jag beklagar, men det gick helt enkelt inte att klippa ned mer än såhär. Swish 0709502758...

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Astonishing Legends

Loftus Hall Part 1
★★★★★ (4.5)
Loftus Hall is considered one of the most haunted residences in Ireland. But what made it that way? If you believe the local legend, it started when a mysterious stranger visited the Hall one dark and stormy night. During a game of cards, he would enchant the young mistress of the house. But with his true nature discovered, he would flee most violently and mystically, leaving the woman scarred for life. They would both routinely haunt the house since. If you believe the legend, then what drew the dark visit...

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Jonah Raydio

Let's take another
★★★★★ (4.82)
Apollo Ghost- What Are Your Influences Wolf Girl- Every Now And Then Nick Waterhouse- Song for Winners Jonahs “Don’t Talk To Dave” beat with live drops. we talk- music news butterflies music that opened your mind...

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Skyhooked

37 Dengang vi talte om downsizing
Vi taler om downsizing ud fra egne erfaringer. Århus Faldskærmsklub er med i Ja-hat & Springplads. Herefter en snak om drømme om faldskærm og flyvning. Til sidst præsenteres en liste over Top-20 ligheder mellem faldskærm og sex...

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Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Episode 38: Alan Lightman on Transcendence, Science, and a Naturalist’s Sense of Meaning
★★★★★ (5)
Let’s say, for sake of argument, that you don’t believe in God or the supernatural. Is there still a place for talking about transcendence, the sacred, and meaning in life? Some of the above, but not all? Today’s guest, Alan Lightman, brings a unique perspective to these questions, as someone who has worked within both the sciences and the humanities at the highest level. In his most recent book, Searching for Stars on an Island in Maine, he makes the case that naturalists should take transcendence seriousl...

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Dear Hank & John

181 - Comforting Existential Crises (w/ Jana Hisham!)
When are you too old to read YA? How do you get lost in a healthy way? Are there entire civilizations on the bottom of the ocean? And more! Check out Jana's YouTube channel: youtube.com/aFriendlyArab This episode was recorded live at VidCon London 2019! If you're in need of dubious advice, email us at hankandjohn@gmail.com. Join us for monthly livestreams and an exclusive weekly podcast at patreon.com/dearhankandjohn....

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Hotboxin with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin with Mike Tyson & Rashad Evans
Once UFC Light Heavyweight Champion and winner of Ultimate Fighter 2 Rashad “Suga” Evans (@SugaRashadEvans) drops into Tyson Ranch for a deep episode of Hotboxin’ with the fellas. Prepare yourself for a mystical ride into the dark side of the athlete’s experience and the power of plant medicine. Rashad, too, has had an encounter with the Toad... www.hotboxinpodcast.com...

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Invention

Toilet, Part 2
While the toilet is not THE most important invention, it's certainly hard to imagine life without one -- and the advantages of modern flushing toilets go far beyond mere convenience. In this Invention two-parter, Robert Lamb and Joe McCormick explore the ancient origins of the toilet and the origins of the modern flush toilet....

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P&L With Paul Sweeney and Lisa Abramowicz

Max Grounding Will Cost Boeing $100 Million Per Month (Podcast)
Peter Robison, Bloomberg investigations reporter, and George Ferguson, Senior Aerospace and Airline Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, on how Boeing had too much sway in vetting its own jets. Atish Davda, CEO of EquityZen, on Lyft aiming for a valuation near $20 billion in its upcoming IPO. Alan Baum, auto analyst and Principal at Baum and Associates, on Trump calling for GM and the UAW to reopen an Ohio factory. Elisa Martinuzzi, Bloomberg Opinion finance columnist, on how Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank's ...

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Fintech Insider by 11:FS

305. News: Graceful degradation
★★★★★ (5)
This week we have some great stories for you as Sarah and Simon are joined by a couple of great guests: Daniel Hegarty, CEO of Habito Sharon O’Dea, founder of communications and collaboration consultancy Lithos Partners We kick off the episode by taking a look at the RBS trials for a biometric fingerprint bank card. Sarah thinks it's not a terrible idea and a potential solution to upcoming Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) demands. But Simon and Daniel disagree. Simon thinks the whole thing is a gimmick ...

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Mørkeland

Episode 52
I får først historien om en ung kvinde, der holdt for rødt i et lyskryds med sine to små drenge på bagsædet, da en fremmed mand pludselig sprang ind på passagersædet med en pistol i hånden. Derefter fortæller vi om en af 90’ernes helt store sager, som begyndte med en 20-årig mands død, og endte med, at de sigtede blev mediedarlings....

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Lore

Episode 110: Crooked
★★★★★ (4.78)
Not everything can be perfect. Even when there’s a clean slate and we’re given the resources and tools to make something great, humans have a way of building their flaws into it. And while there are many examples of locations built on a crooked foundation, few have the haunting historical tales to back it up. * * * This episode of Lore was sponsored by: Casper: American-made, hybrid mattresses that’s insanely comfortable—and affordable. Try it for 100 nights—risk-free—in your own home. If you don’t love it,...

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Aced It!

38 - VPN for PRN
This week on Aced It; The UK is getting Porn Age Verification Questions: 1. I want to date but how do I get started? 2. My friends keep talking about dating and getting married, while I'm figuring out if I'm ace! What do I do? Check out Red Foreman on BandCamp! Find Jamie on Twitter for Art! Support my Patreon for the after-show! Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acedit/support This podcast is sponsored by Anchor...

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Game Scoop!

Game Scoop Episode 522
★★★★★ (5)
Google's Stadia game streaming service, The Division 2, StarTropics, and more. The song at the end of this week's episode is called "Holodeck Happy Hour" off Daemon's album, Beyond the Darkness....

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Business & Biceps

How To Build Your Confidence
★★★★★ (4.88)
On today's show, Maurice is on vacation and John opens up with a deep conversation about the things that happen in our lives that make us and how we can uncover what those things are. Cory explains why he is addicted to the freedom of entrepreneurship. In the Main Event, the guys go in depth around confidence, where their confidence came from, how they developed it and how you can do the same! Be sure to SUBSCRIBE, SHARE the podcast with a friend, leave a 5 STAR RATING and a positive comment on iTunes! This...

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CYBER

How Online Disinformation Affects the Real World
★★★★★ (5)
In the lead up to the 2016 US presidential elections, the Russian government allegedly used internet trolls, fake Facebook accounts, and hackers in a coordinated disinformation campaign. What did we learn from it? And how is the world preparing to deal with this new kind of information operations that straddle between the online and real world? We spoke to Roel Schouwenberg, the director of intelligence and research at Celsus Advisory Group, a consulting firm based in the US that helps clients deal with dis...

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The GaryVee Audio Experience

How To Crush It In 2019
★★★★★ (4.83)
Entrepreneurship today really needs to be more grounded in practicality. Really implore you all to either start saving cash or invest your cash back into your business — the economy isn’t going to be good forever, and when things get slow, people aren’t going to talk about things like “passive income” the same way they do today. 0:00 - I worked 18 hours a day for 15 years 5:03 - Passive income needs practicality 15:55 - Changing your perspective on life 22:05 - How to prepare for the coming economic collaps...

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Asian Action Cast

Police Story 2
Jackie Chan reprises his role as Chan Ka Kui, Hong Kong's most irrepressible cop. After getting busted down for his actions in the first police story Chan Ka Kui finds his particular set of super cop skills in need when a gang starts planting bombs all over Hong Kong....

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Positive University Podcast

Joel Marion | Broke at 25 to $100 Million at 30 - From Success to Significance
★★★★★ (4.98)
In this episode of the Positive University Podcast, Jon Gordon talks with Joel Marion. Joel’s story is compelling. He went from broke at age 25 to $100 Million by age 30. Now, he’s leveraging his success for significance and sharing the lessons he’s learned along the way.    A few highlights from this interview: How Joel went from 25 and struggling to making it BIG. How what seemed like a major failure in Joel’s career actually become a significant opportunity.  The importance of adding value to other...

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Making Bank

The Future of Advertising and AI with Guest Rich Schefren: MakingBank S3E42
MAKING BANK is now a weekly YouTube TV show / iTunes Podcast full of #Success and #Business with Josh. Subscribe to the Podcast MP3: bit.ly/TumblrSubscribeSubscribe to iTunes: bit.ly/JoshF_ItunesSUBSCRIBE for weekly episodes and bonuses: bit.ly/JoshFSubscribe === SUMMARY === Do you want to stay ahead of the curve and ensure that your business survives the rapid change tech advancements thrust on the e-commerce marketplace? According to marketing fore thinker Rich Schefren, the name of the game is data and g...

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The Generation Why Podcast

Pizzagate - 321
★★★★★ (4.5)
October 30, 2106. Washington, D.C. During the 2016 Presidential election campaign in the USA, a conspiracy began to be posted about on message boards, facebook, and twitter. It apparently began after WikiLeaks made John Podesta's personal emails public. Hillary Clinton's campaign manager didn't have anything obvious in those emails that spelled out a conspiracy in government involving a "child sex ring" but believers in the conspiracy pointed to what they say were coded messages. At the center of this was a...

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The Vanished Podcast

James Candy
On August 6, 2017, 17 year old James Candy climbed out of his bedroom window during the night and left his home in the Vegreville area of Alberta, Canada with only the clothes he was wearing and the lariat he used on the family farm. Earlier that evening, his parents had talked to him about his use of marijuana in their home after his mom found a small amount of it in the pocket of his jacket. Before he went to bed, he and his dad made plans to do some work the next day, agreed on a time, and said "I love y...

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Slate Daily Feed

Who Runs That: Oscar CEO Mario Schlosser
In this episode, Seth Stevenson talks to Mario Schlosser CEO and co-founder of the health insurance company Oscar. In their discussion, Schlosser talks about what it’s like to start a business in a sector that’s rife with regulation and bureaucracy, about what really goes into setting insurance rates, and about his views on U.S. health care policy and how we can improve it....

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Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken: 03.18.2019
★★★★★ (4.81)
- Spotify Fires Back at Apple Firing Back - Maxell Sues Apple for Allegedly Violating 10 Patents - Stanford/Apple Watch Heart Study an Apparent Success - Walmart Launching Own ONN Android Tablet for Kids - Apple Places Series Order for “Pachinko” - Apple Builds Team to Chase Film and Video Awards - Phil Schiller Guests on Accidental Tech Podcast - Get 10% off of your first purchase of a website or domain with coupon code macosken at Squarespace.com/macosken - Power Mac OS Ken through Patreon at Patreon.com/...

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The Ezra Klein Show

Why Gov. Jay Inslee is running for president on climate change
Vox senior politics reporter, Jane Coaston speaks to Washington Gov. Jay Inslee at South by Southwest about climate change, his 2020 candidacy, why it's time to eliminate the filibuster, and the Green New Deal.We are conducting an audience survey to better serve you. It takes no more than five minutes, and it really helps out the show. Please take our survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3X6WMNF...

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Brian Houston Podcast

It's Coming Back Part 9
Brian Houston is the Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church. Our hope and prayer is that you'll be encouraged, blessed and inspired through these free podcasts. You can find more information and other resources by Pastor Brian at brianchouston.com...

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Stuff You Missed in History Class

Fanny Brice, Part 1
★★★★ (4.2)
Fanny made a space for herself on stage as a comedian because she felt she could never be pretty enough to be an actress. And her personal life was a complete roller coaster. But she remains the original funny girl, making awkward her brand from the time she was a teenager. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers...

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My Brother, My Brother And Me

MBMBaM 451: Spider-Man’s Magic Potion
Happy MaxFunDrive, everybody! We’re kicking things off with a genuine POTION PARTY! Come and get strong and fast and powerful with us, and consider kicking in a donation while you’re at it! This potion’s for you! Suggested talking points: The Piper, Surprise Bonus Fish, Big Monster Wheel Power Boy, My Foul Lady, Guy-Pounded Chicken, The Best Potion, Orgling, DVD Dead Drops...

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Making Sense with Sam Harris

#151 — Will We Destroy the Future?
★★★★★ (4.82)
In this episode of the Making Sense podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Nick Bostrom about the problem of existential risk. They discuss public goods, moral illusions, the asymmetry between happiness and suffering, utilitarianism, "the vulnerable world hypothesis," the history of nuclear deterrence, the possible need for "turnkey totalitarianism," whether we're living in a computer simulation, the Doomsday Argument, the implications of extraterrestrial life, and other topics. You can support the Making Sense po...

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Hockey Central @ Noon

March 18: The passionless Maple Leafs
Jeff Marek asks Gord Stellick about the Leafs' rough week, and Colby Armstrong about Conor McGregor pumping up the Bruins; on the Leafs' struggles, Garret Sparks' post-game comments, Nazem Kadri's play as of late, Morgan Rielly's leadership; on the Oilers' struggles and how Connor McDavid must be feeling; on the Flames' clinching a playoff spot; on the Penguins' loss, Evgeni Malkin's injury, where the Pens are at, and Hart candidates....

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Entrepreneur Stories 4⃣ Inspiration

118: How this Sweatproof Undershirt made it on Shark Tank | Billy Thompson of Thompson Tee
★★★★★ (4.94)
Billy Thompson is the President of Thompson Tee. He is the inventor of the Thompson Tee with Hydro-Shield Sweatproof Technology, a patented undershirt guaranteed to block underarm sweat, preventing embarrassing wet marks and yellow stains. As seen on Shark Tank, "The Doctors" TV and Editor's Pick in SHAPE magazine. They are proudly serving customers in over 135 countries worldwide and their product is fully handcrafted in the USA.   This Episode is Sponsored By: Mack Weldon is the most comfortable underwea...

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Chicago Dog Walk

Monday 3/18/19 - Saddam Hussein's Son's Hypnotist Part 1
The start of a 3 part episode where Eddie talks to a hypnotist who has an astonishing story about how he was called upon to be Saddam Hussein's son's hypnotist. In Part 1 the two talk about what exactly a hypnotist is/it's benefits and then we get started on how he began a 10 day journey overseas in the Middle East....

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Intelligent Design The Future

Kepler, Galileo, the Book of Nature, and the First Mathematician
★★ (2.33)
On this episode of ID the Future, Andrew McDiarmid talks with science historian Michael Keas on pioneering mathematical astronomer Johannes Kepler, based on Keas’ new work from ISI Books, Unbelievable: 7 Myths About the History and Future of Science and Religion. Kepler studied theology before turning to math and science, and it was his belief in God that guided his extraordinary discoveries. “Without an architect who created the world,” he said, “there is no … power in mathematics to make anything material...

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Circling Back

Bit Madness (Part II) & The Steam Room
After going through Part II of our Bit Madness Bracket, we determine our final winner. We also talk about this past weekend's listener meet-up at Icenhauer's, steam on vets and seemingly terrible Netflix movies, and more. Support us on Patreon and receive episodes every Friday for just $5 per month: www.patreon.com/circlingbackpodcast Earlybird CBD: www.earlybirdcbd.com (CIRCLINGBACK for 20% off) Rhoback: www.rhoback.com (CIRCLE20 for 20% off) MyBookie: www.mybookie.ag (STEAM for 50% deposit bonus) Twitt...

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The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

Ep. 6 - Rhea Butcher “A Weird Flesh Skeleton (and the Maximum Fun Pledge Drive)”
Ep. 6 - Rhea Butcher “A Weird Flesh Skeleton (and the Maximum Fun Pledge Drive)”   VERY happy to bring you A SPECIAL BONUS EPISODE in what would’ve otherwise been a dark week for us (in the sense that we wouldn’t normally be delivering a podcast because we’re on a bi-weekly schedule, because, I mean… it’s always pretty dark these days… and weeks) with our friend, comedian Rhea Butcher! If you like our dumb intro conversations, then, my friends, you are in for a treat, because this may be our dumbest ever.  ...

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The Business of Fashion Podcast

John Ridding and David Pemsel on Reinventing Old Media for a New Media World | BoF VOICES
The news media business is in crisis, but the chief executives of the Financial Times and Guardian say their models prove people value quality journalism in a world of fake news and political polarisation. Sign up for BoF’s Daily Digest newsletter here: http://bit.ly/BoFnews. Ready to become a BoF Professional? For a limited time, enjoy 25% discount on an annual membership, exclusively for podcast listeners. Simply, click here: http://bit.ly/2KoRRBH, select the Annual Package and use code PODCAST2019 at the...

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The Signal

Why US life expectancy is falling
For the first time since World War One, US life expectancy is falling. It's partly to do with an increase in suicides, and partly to do with a spike in deaths caused by opioid overdoses. It's a crisis that’s been rolling for 20 years now, but it’s found new urgency as more and more addicts make the switch to fentanyl, which is far stronger and more dangerous. Today's episode traces the origins of the problem, back to the aggressive marketing tactics that drug companies pioneered in the 1990s. Featured: ...

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Pânico

Luiz Felipe Pondé - Pânico - 18/03/19
O filósofo Luiz Felipe Pondé afirmou que não acredita em poliamor e relacionamentos abertos. Para ele, esse tipo de relacionamento não funciona para todos os envolvidos. “Sou contra o poliamor porque é um discurso bonitinho para comer muita gente”, disse em entrevista ao Pânico nesta segunda-feira (18)....

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