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Medium and spiritual connections teacher, Jaci Pearse, shares her take on the unseen world, non-traditional life forms (spirits, ultra-dimensional beings, and extra-terrestrials), and what its like to teach others to connect. Jaci is Dallas based and offers private sessions, online teaching programs, and digital courses for those looking to connect to the unseen and enhance their own abilities.
 
Innovators is a weekly conversation with leaders pushing for change through the lens of innovation. Each episode is a frank conversation about the challenges and opportunities faced by the visionaries, executives and entrepreneurs driving the world’s leading fashion, beauty, retail and tech businesses forward. From sustainable fashion pioneers to the inventor of Amazon Alexa, tune in with our host, Liz Bacelar, to hear behind-the-scenes revelations and insights from the world’s top innovators.
 
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Bryan Callen is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer, podcaster, and a friend of mine. As you may have heard, he's been caught up in a very difficult situation involving a woman who accused him of assaulting her twenty years ago. We talk about the legitimate need for the #metoo movement as well as the dangers posed by retribution without due process.…
 
John Colapinto is a journalist, author and a staff writer at The New Yorker. In 2000, he wrote the New York Times bestseller As Nature Made Him: The Boy Who Was Raised as a Girl, which exposed the details of the David Reimer case, a boy who had undergone a sex change in infancy—a medical experiment long heralded as a success, but which was, in fact…
 
Over the past few years, people keep asking me if I'd read The Way of the Superior Man, by David Deida. Having long ago given up on being a superior man, I hadn't. Finally got around to reading it, and as you'll hear in this episode, I have some things to say about what I think Mr. Deida gets right and some equally passionate thoughts on what he ge…
 
Jaci interviews astrologer & meditation guide, Sofia Adler. They discuss the difference between astrology and Human Design, the doom and gloom side of astrology, the elements within our chart (fire, earth, air, and water), and more. Also, this is the magical tea: Bengal Spice (+ collagen, coconut oil, and milk alternative of your choice). Sofia is …
 
Niles is a documentary photographer, filmmaker, and essayist who's work focuses around themes of ageless wisdom for our modern times. Sharing insights in his films, spoken-word essays, podcast "An Infinite Path," alternate media appearances, street photography blog "Philosophical Photography," and in mentorships with others. He is the director of t…
 
Jaci interviews medium Jocelyn Mackenzie. They discuss the first time you realize you're a medium, the concept of "you only have one life", "coming out" as a person with supernatural abilities, and more. Jocelyn is a student of the Connections Method (a one-on-one mentorship with podcast host, Jaci Pearse) and has a solo album for string quartet ca…
 
What a woman! Deborah Copaken has slept in caves in Afghanistan, produced documentaries, raised three kids, and written best-selling books on the A train under the cold streets of Manhattan. She's smart, funny, tough, and honest. A perfect podcast guest, in other words. Deborah on Instagram and Twitter. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. This episode…
 
Welcome to another Ramblin' ROMA. Lots to cover in this one. I talk about: Current events (of course); How/why to compliment the women/men in your life; Why we need to think globally, but act locally; The life and death of my friend Diego Fresco; Why there's no shame in changing course in life; Some suggestions for taking advantage of COVID; Ideas …
 
Hear that? That's the sound of shit hitting the fan. In this episode (not for the faint of heart), I trace current events back to the marriage of modern advertising and politics in the 1980s and the fragmentation of media. We're in for a wild ride, folks. It's just beginning. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast.…
 
Eleanor Janega is a very smart, very funny medieval historian, specializing in late medieval sexuality, apocalyptic thought, propaganda, and the urban experience in general, and in central Europe more particularly. She teaches medieval and early modern history at a number of universities across London. She considers herself to be "a sad, sad mediev…
 
SPOUSING is a podcast done by a couple married for 34 years. They don’t have doctorates, clinical training, or are specialist in any field other than staying married. In this episode, Tina and Chris discuss a New Year’s resolution that might actually be able to succeed and make both partners happier and healthier in their marriage and in this new y…
 
In this episode, I answer listener questions about whether to savor or defend a world that may be dying, how to be single but not alone, how to choose a safe place to make a stand, and my feelings about the holiday season. Check What Makes This Thing Great? Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon affili…
 
In this episode, I talk about how to think independently, why it's an important skill, and how to cultivate it -- all while dipping in and out of Paul Graham's essay, "How to Think for Yourself." Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon affiliate link kicks a few bucks back my way. Intro music: “Brightsi…
 
Anya and Erin are two of my all-time favorite people. Whore Rapport is their podcast, where they explore and discuss a version of sexuality that is healthy, strong, and aware, by "delving into topics such as gender, orientation, intimacy, and power without pathologizing desire, victimizing femininity, or demonizing masculinity." Follow Whore Rappor…
 
For my money, Rick Beato is the most knowledgeable, most enthusiastic, most open-hearted guide to the world of music. Dude can break a song down to its essence without draining its magic and beauty. Quite the opposite, in fact. After a few episodes of What Makes This Song Great?, you'll understand music -- and hear it -- in a whole new way. Here's …
 
Dr. Ted Achacoso attained a college degree in biology at the age of 18 and a doctor of medicine at the age of 22. A polymath who has professionally trained in interventional neuroradiology, pharmacology, neurology, medical informatics, neuro-interventional radiology interventional endocrinology, and nutritional medicine. Dr. Achacoso's current miss…
 
"Hey Chris, this is Whitney. I love the podcast! You should come visit me in the pyramid next time you're in Montana." It had been four decades since I'd heard from Whitney Lake, who was a legend at Cazenovia High School in 1979-80. His reputation for brilliant disruption greeted me when I moved to town, halfway through senior year. He still excels…
 
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