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Young and Kyla tied together by marriage and anecdotal experiences around Korea talk about their experiences. Join them as they continue to learn about each other and all the ways that Korea shapes their lives. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anecdotalkoreans/support
 
Hi. I'm Aaron Tsuru and this is my podcast, Anecdotal. I'm a photographer, zinester, writer, videographer, artist, painter, singer, illustrator, momma, father, spouse, cat owner, runner, cyclist, agender genderqueer atheist liberal romantic with vitiligo in New York City. Let's share each other's stories! Love, Aaron Tsuru http://tsurufoto.com http://anecdotalpodcast.tumblr.com
 
Hear ye, hear ye, these anecdotes* from the courtroom**, courtesy of a friendly little lawyer man.*** Facebook Twitter Evidencecast@gmail.com *Segments not guaranteed to be in anecdote form **Segments not guaranteed to be law related ***The listener accepts any and all liability for injury related to the podcast. No Refunds.
 
In the medical community, the term "anecdotal evidence" is used dismissively. But our lives as we live and experience them can be thought of as the stories we're writing every day. In his work as a psychiatrist, Daniel Johnson, MD has been deeply moved by the healing stories that have been shared with him over the years. Join him from his home in Asheville, NC where he shares long-form conversatons exploring the interesting and inspiring aspects to life's growth. His guests include practitio ...
 
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The channels referred to in the title are energetic channels of the body, some represented by gross anatomy landmarks and others categorized by subtle body anatomy. This episode may be the science-y one yet, as the hosts overlay a template of cranialsacral anatomy over the subtle anatomy of the chakras and three main nadis (Sushumna, Ida, & Pingala…
 
Be the Change! Here is Mahatma Gandhi's actual quote: "We but mirror the wold. All the tendencies present in the outer world are to be found in the world of our body. If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. This is the divine …
 
2.Yogas Citta Vrtti Nirodhah Second Yoga Sutra as written in The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, written by Sri Swami Satchidananda "The restraint of the modifications of the mind-stuff is Yoga." Yogas = Yoga Chitta = of the mind-stuff Vritti = modifications Nirodhah = restraint Click the link above for more on this publication of the Yoga Sutras. Differ…
 
Knowledge can come from any source; be cautious about what ideas you dismiss. Listen to hear how a 10-year-old girl and her mother helped Apollo 11 land on the moon and return to Earth safely. The post 173 – Knowledge can come from any source with Maria Marenco appeared first on Anecdote.由Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk
 
This episode is a companion to the Winter Wander in Wonder Walks. It is an invitation to more BEing & less DOing. It is a reminder that we are a part of the natural world and not apart from it. It is a call to action to notice what you notice and move on. This is a very casual conversation. Being in nature is a clear reflection and can offer the su…
 
This episode focuses on the fourth limb of Yoga which is Pranayama (breath control). In Yoga, breath work is designed to maximize the life-force in the body through various breathing techniques. These techniques are said to help reduce anxiety, balance emotions, clarify the mind, create the causes & conditions to open to gratitude and more peaceful…
 
The third limb of Yoga is Asana, sometimes defined as “seat” and often as “posture,” is what people typically think of as Yoga. It is the collection of evolved shapes designed to prepare the body for deeper pranayama practice (breath work), to sit in meditation with more ease in the body, as well as being a sharp tool for self-study. It’s also fun!…
 
Happy Birthday to Anecdotal Anatomy who just complete a full year of podcasting! This humble conversation started, in part, as a means to dive deeper into understanding our anatomy, functionally and academically. It turned into a bigger conversation about the stories the body holds & tells. Aspects of the original intention have been sprinkled in t…
 
Moving from the restraints of the Yamas (E50) to the Observances of the Niyamas (E51), the hosts steer the conversation to the second set of Yoga’s ethical offerings. From discussions about cleanliness and digestion of the worlds around them to golden shadows and the presence of creation in all things, this conversation touches on the myriad experi…
 
In this episode, the hosts discuss the first limb of Yoga, the Yamas. The Yamas (restraints) are part of Yoga's ethical code, which underscores the importance of being in alignment on all levels of engagement. Next episode, they will expand into the second limb, The Niyamas (observances). They break it down into the five parts and offer anecdotes &…
 
This episode drops on Thanksgiving, so it made sense for the hosts to ruminate on gratitude. Theresa reframed the question from what are you grateful for, to what feels like a gift right now? Sometimes just saying or asking something in a different way can lead our minds to otherwise unseen spaces and new clarity. The hosts share some of the highli…
 
This new season is all about the 8 limbs of Yoga. Sherry & Theresa, both longtime practitioners & teachers, take listeners on a journey beyond asana (physical poses), but not excluding it. There will be episodes that are designed around specific limbs and others that will reveal how yoga shows up in our lives off the mat in very real and daily ways…
 
In this final episode of Season 4, Theresa & Sherry dive into the elements & senses as tools for transformation & making sense of the world. They touch on Ayurveda (Science of Wellness - sister science to Yoga) where the elements are foundational to understanding our own constitutions (a/k/a Doshas*). While everything is made up of the elements, it…
 
This episode touches on the language & tone we often experience (and sometimes contribute to) in the Yoga world. Theresa & Sherry talk a lot about what it is to “hold space” and how important it is to be able to feel and express the full range of emotions. Even when we do, there can be a residual that seeps into the body, held by its fibers and oth…
 
Today is a circular conversation that starts with what lives in our blind spots & how our shadows are sometimes connected. When we’re willing to see the world as our mirror, and things as they are, we get to grow. Taking the mirror metaphor a step further, “Things in mirror are closer than they appear” is often etched into a car’s side mirrors. We …
 
Poorly managed diverse teams are less productive than homogenous teams, but when managed well, diverse teams are the most productive. Listen for a taste of what Anecdote Principal Rob Grundel will cover in our upcoming webinar. The post 165 – Well-managed diverse teams are more productive appeared first on Anecdote.…
 
Last episode was about Theresa’s experience in a mindful outdoor leadership training at Kripalu. In a few weeks, Anecdotal Anatomy in Action is hosting a retreat (3 days in November). Couched in the middle is the question of Retreat; what value is there in withdrawing from the daily doings to move into the bareness of being? Priorities get revealed…
 
On today's episode, Theresa is a guest on her own show! Following nine days in the forest at Kripalu in the Berkshire Mountains, Theresa recounts her adventure. She participated in a mindfulness outdoor leadership training which had participants outside approximately eight hours a day. Sherry asks many questions including how the training program r…
 
A continuation, of sorts, from last episode discussing divine feminine energy. This episode has a larger focus on shifting energies, finding balance (divine feminine & divine masculine), while identifying light & dark energies. Last week the wise woman of autumn & superhero archetypes arose from the chat, this week fairytale witch was added to the …
 
On this road to the Divine Feminine, Theresa & Sherry take many turns. They share stories & opinions, while quoting articles and asking questions, all in service of understanding a little bit better. The Maiden, The Mother, and The Crone are the three major stages of the Divine Feminine. In this episode, the hosts touch on the qualities of each sta…
 
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