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Each week we bring you a new, in-depth exploration of the space where science and society collide. We’re committed to the idea that making an effort to understand the world around you though science and critical thinking can benefit everyone—and lead to better decisions. We want to find out what’s true, what’s left to discover, and why it all matters.
 
TOP SECRET Personal Attention, SpyCast Listeners Known to be the podcast real spies listen to -(STOP)- eavesdrop on conversations with high level sources from around the world -(STOP)- spychiefs molehunters defectors covert operators analysts cyberwarriors technologists debriefed by SPY Historian Hammond -(STOP)- stories secrets tradecraft and technology discussed -(STOP)- museum confirmed to have greatest collection of artifacts on the subject anywhere in the world -(STOP)- podcast rumored ...
 
Donna Karlin and Steve Harper have spent over 15 years percolating about life, business, and the myriad of perspectives we have about ourselves within it all and now we’re inviting you to listen in. Inquiring Minds is about life and the conversations we have to navigate it —Conversations to help us learn, evolve and challenge how we think about ourselves and others so we make better, more informed choices.
 
Inquirers into the Strange is a monthly(ish) podcast hosted by Ansir and Sophia. Join them as they discuss a vast array of topics including: the paranormal, occult, cryptozoology, myths & legends, extra-terrestrials, UFOs, strange murders and events, as well as anything else that seems to defy explanation. Ansir provides his mix of logic and occult knowledge, whilst Sophia draws forth reason by asking the questions that everyone has in mind -- injecting a good dose of humour as only she can!
 
Oriental medicine was not developed in a laboratory. It does not advance through double-blind controlled studies, nor does it respond well to petri dish experimentation. Our medicine did not come from the statistical regression of randomized cohorts, but from the observation and treatment of individuals in their particular environment. It grows out of an embodied sense of understanding how life moves, unfolds, develops and declines. Medicine comes from continuous, thoughtful practice of what ...
 
Inquiring minds want to know...My Inquiring Mind is a weekly podcast delivering discussions on various topics. Through a combination of interviews and self research, your host Kate Croom, gets authentic, entertaining and some times bizarre facts on real life stories and provides education about each. Covering topics from true crime and mystery to current events, psychology & more! Kate will cover whatever topic she’s obsessing and inquiring about that week.
 
This fortnightly podcast is for the endlessly curious, for those who like listening to inquiring minds talking about their work and ideas. With over 20 years experience as a documentary cameraperson, podcaster Piers Leigh has a passion for science, story-telling and learning. In a long-form and relaxed exchange, Piers leads a conversation with a leading scientist or thinker. www.piersleigh.com/podcast Music: Blake Leigh Creative Direction: Alice Sheppard Fidler
 
A podcast from Sno-Isle Libraries for lifelong learners with inquiring minds. Check It Out! introduces the amazing people who work at, use and collaborate with the library district – and all of the services it offers to residents of Washington State’s Snohomish and Island counties.
 
What’s up everybody I’m your host Mr. Los. I work in the International transportation sector as a shipbroker for liquid transportation overseas. In this profession I give global market analysis, provide logistics and legal guidance for contract assessment and forward market broadcasting. In addition to the international business I am an MMA striking coach with about 20 years of martial arts experience having trained all over the world at the top academies in the world in multiple different s ...
 
Chai. It’s more than just a soothing warm drink for relaxing. It can be argued that the core of desi society is Chai. From Pakistan to Bangladesh, Nepal to Sri Lanka. They live for Chai. It starts the day, while ones evening cannot be finished before having it before the night is over. Hell, the British invaded India for this very reason. Nothing exemplifies south Asia like this hot cup of relaxation where some of the most captivating discussions take place that could change the world night ...
 
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Are you acting out of obligation or choice? Acting out of obligation is usually an external driver where we feel we have no choice but to do something (or aren't sure how to say no). Acting out of choice is internally driven. Have you ever wondered how to act from choice all the time and how that impacts your relationships? Donna and Steve discuss …
 
In the summer of 2019 - long before the world heard of COVID - author, researcher extraordinaire, and ‘Gastropod’ co-host, Nicola Tilley and her husband and co-author, Geoff Manaugh, told a rapt audience, “You and everyone around you is going to be quarantined, is going to experience quarantine in your lifetimes.” They had just presented their exte…
 
In this episode we discuss the pitfalls of having a judgmental mind, and present simple methods to use when judgment arises. • Includes a guided meditation in which five phrases are used to help you transcend your judgmental nature. Don't forget to subscribe for more ingenious ways to tap into the ever-present stillness and joy of our true nature. …
 
"Deeply, deeply, disturbing." This is how Alma's Katsu's book, The Hunger, was described by Stephen King. Ok, I'll repeat that, that's how her book was described by Stephen King, author of Carrie, The Shining and Misery! The Hunger was based on the infamous Donner Party trip of the nineteenth century, but her most recent book, Red Widow, turns to i…
 
How we are with ourselves affects how we are with patients. Our own difficulties in life can assist us in helping others, but it requires that we are able to come to a sense of neutrality with those traumas of the past. In this conversation with Seanna Sifflet we discuss using our own feelings, the healing potentials in empathy and forgiveness, and…
 
Battles are traumatic places. Whether there is one casualty or millions, they have the potential for hauntings of both the residual energy and discarante consciousness types. Join Ansir & Sophia as they discuss a number of battlefields and the possibility for them to be haunted. Support the show (https://inquirersintothestrange.wordpress.com/shop/)…
 
The coterie encounters unexpected dangers while riding the subway beneath Boston on their way to meet Arabella Rowlands in Quincy Market. Content Warning: Language, smoking, nightmares, death, the molasses flood of 1919 Storyteller: Lex Lopez Britta: Rebecca Steigelfest Johnny: Garrett Gabbey Miles: Tim Davis Neil: Rob Muirhead Wynn: Erika Webb Fac…
 
Acting out of obligation is usually an external driver where we feel we have no choice but to do something (or aren't sure how to say no). Acting out of choice is internally driven. Have you ever wondered how to act from choice all the time and how that impacts your relationships? Donna and Steve discuss this and more in today's segment.…
 
Last week’s episode focused on “Karen Schaefer, CIA Operator,” while this week’s episode looks at her time as a “Serial Collaborator.” Karen specialized in making sure the heart, brain, left hand and right hand had a better idea of what each was up to and were functioning in unison – whether as Director of Intelligence Programs at the National Secu…
 
Among COVID-19’s many side effects are two that seem to be in direct conflict – on the one hand we’ve all become armchair epidemiologists, and on the other, conspiracy theories are at an all time high. In the common search for answers regarding the virus, some have put all their faith in the certainties of science while others are just as committed…
 
In this episode we inquire into the five different types of inquiry, and how each can be used to connect with deeper peace and happiness. • Includes a guided meditation using questions to lead us into an experience of our true identity. Don't forget to subscribe for more ingenious ways to tap into the ever-present stillness and joy of our true natu…
 
From counternarcotics to counterterrorism, from Latin America to the Middle East, and from the back streets of a warzone to the center of events in Washington DC – Karen Schaefer has had, how should we say, an “eventful” career as an intelligence officer. Charming, smart, thoughtful, and you haven’t even met Karen yet…but seriously, it was a pleasu…
 
Over the years, music producers have tried to predict what audiences want to hear while at the same time advances in science and technology have taught us a lot about what happens in the brain when we listen to music that we love. Now, David Rosen, CEO and Co-founder of Secret Chord Labs, has brought these two fields together to explore the potenti…
 
What are your thoughts regarding the relationship between the mind and the brain? For that matter, what are your thoughts? Iris Berent has definitely done some deep thinking on these questions, unearthing the stories we tell ourselves about what we know and who we are as well as the impact these stories can have. She shares her thoughts here today …
 
Cheesesteaks. Baseball. Rocky. Espionage? Hear about the Philly you never knew – as the birthplace of American espionage. From the Committee on Spies during the Revolution (now there is one committee, that actually sounds like it would be good to be on!) to Allen Pinkerton and Kate Warren during the Civil War, up through the A-bomb, a former Direct…
 
In this episode we talk to Deepak Chopra about his latest thoughts on awakening, consciousness, and his book, Total Meditation. • Includes a guided meditation leading us to see how we are in everything, and how every experience includes, and is, the background of awareness. To learn more about Deepak Chopra please visit: DeepakChopra.com Photo by M…
 
After arriving in Boston, the coterie wakes during the day to find themselves trapped in a burning building. Content Warning: House fire, graphic violence, decapitation, gore, language, smoking. Storyteller: Lex Lopez Britta: Rebecca Steigelfest Johnny: Garrett Gabbey Miles: Tim Davis Neil: Rob Muirhead Wynn: Erika Webb Facebook: Facebook.com/Patho…
 
Spy satellites are fascinating! Man-made objects up there – sometimes way up there – looking down to see what other humans are up to. I believe it’s called a God’s eye view. You may not be as unfamiliar with satellites as you think: for starters, you’re on one! The earth is a satellite of the sun, the moon is a satellite of the earth, you are a sat…
 
“What is my purpose? Why am I here?” These are questions that we all grapple with at one time or another in our personal and professional lives. But finding the right answers is often elusive—mainly because our focus tends to be narrow and we fail to ask the right questions. In this discussion, we welcome back Sam MacLean to delve into the topic of…
 
Language creates walls or openings. We can attempt to coax our patients into our view of the world, or softly and with respect enter into theirs. There are clever ways to use language as a trick. But in the therapeutic setting it is far better to use language with respect, and that respect comes from a deep rooting in our presence and embodiment. I…
 
Grief and fear are a potent combination of influences, and when you add the pressure cooker effect of Covid-19 and all that entails it can be powerfully disruptive to our collective wellbeing. Seanna Sifflet and Heidi Lovie explore how our medicine and our presence can help our patients and our communities to navigate through the choppy waters of o…
 
When we think of the essential aspects of the human being, we think Jing, Qi and Shen. When you think about the health, wellbeing and flourishing of your business; what are the essentials you consider? If you did not consider marketing, you might want to think again. And give MB Huwe a listen here, because marketing is an essential aspect of your p…
 
Shaoyang issues have a kind of cyclical nature. The problems come and go with a wobbly periodicity. Not unlike the wheel of a bicycle that is slightly out of true. The flaring of heat and uprising of qi can be seen through this lens. In this case presentation with Eran Even we get a glimpse of this shaoyang dynamic and see how a clinical presentati…
 
Knowing a little medical Chinese can be very helpful in learning and practicing the medicine. This review of the Chinese Medical Characters app will give you a good overview of the app, along with some encouragement for the process of helping yourself by learning the basic characters that will help you to better understand and think about our medic…
 
It’s easy to think of our practices as “acupuncture.” But the truth is our practices are first and foremost— a business. An infrastructure that allows us to do the healing work we do. The business is as separate from the practice as the mind is from the body. Which is to say; not at all. If you’re taking the pulse of your business, the overhead is …
 
Through the boundaries of time, language and culture East Asian medicine has found its way into the West. But there is a cultural component that we often don’t consider. And that can make a difference in the effectiveness of our clinical work. Furthermore, our modern culture disportionately values curing over healing, and sometimes there is no cure…
 
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