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  • 00:31

    Prof. Boileau on temporality, resentment, and existential violence

    in Psychology

    Enjoy us for continuing exploration of the existential roots of violence within ourselves.  We will study together the dialectic between the Apollinian and the DIonysian, the slave type and the master type, within each one of us.  Let's figure out together the root causes of violence.  Is it a fear of death?  Is it our lack of control over the passing of time?  Let's see.

  • 00:30

    Dr. Boileau Continues His Exploration of the Existential Roots of Violence

    in Psychology

    Join Prof. Boileau as he continues his musings about the roots of existential resentment that become perpetrated violence.  

  • 00:42

    Harm Reduction and Existential Therapy

    in Self Help

    Our guest this evening is Mara B Collins who will be discussing her work using harm reduction and existential therapy.

  • 02:00

    UGP #261 Why Is There Air? & Other Existential Questions...

    in Politics Conservative

    UGP Radio #272 Tour De Fra & Secret Agent Aussie Steve


    Why Is There Air? & Other Existential Questions…


    Grab the popcorn and open a Dr. Pepper…Tonight The Professor talks about questions that have no answers…


     Also we will be talking about the most famous bike race in the world, the Tour De Fra or Tour of France… www.itsonlyabikerace.com


    Sunday we continue our look at the Constitution and its amendments


     


     

  • 00:34

    Counseling Lessins: Existential Life Review

    in Psychology

    Hosted by Janet Kira Lessin & Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.
    We broadcast most days. Site is www.aquarianradio.com.  
    In this course, Dr. Lessin leads you to reflect upon your being-in-the world in terms of the subjective/objective and universal/individual continua bipolar pesonality theory and in terms of field theory, your center, and the hierarchy of levels of consciousness derived from phenomenological reduction.  I model each existential mediation, and you get a chance to get your own experience as I get mine, then take it to even greater depth when you access the website and go through the meditation cues.
    More at http://schoolofcounseling.org/2013/02/04/existential-life-review-part-1-web-radio-with-an-online-e-course-for-you/

  • 01:29

    The ANDREA SHEA KING SHOW - Evan Sayet

    in Politics Conservative

    A friend describes tonight's guest this way:


    "Leftists always believe and complain that when someone becomes wealthy, it is somehow wealth taken from the pockets of those who have less... as if we are in bloody existential competition for a fixed amount of resources, and the immorally aggressive get the spoils at the expense of the noble poor, ennobled by their lack.


    "As if poverty is proof of moral superiority and wealth proof of the opposite. Wealthy people are to be deplored and decried, and if possible, to be plundered in the name of the poor, so that the Robin Hood ethic can be played out and everything can be equalized (it never was and never will be, but somehow it still calls to some).


    "Evan Sayet reveals the simple truth. Other people making it big usually has some benefit for everyone else. If they weren't creating and offering benefit for others, then others wouldn't be rushing to give them MONEY!
    So simple, but so hard to find a message that makes it easy to understand... in a world where too many messages are screaming the opposite."

  • 00:35

    Does Moving In Together Ruin Your Relationship

    in Lifestyle

    Kate Holmquest is a coach, curriculum developer, and campus director for Wright and the Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential who believes that dating is one of the best possible playgrounds for discovering and transforming yourself! Potential movie titles that describe her quest for satisfaction in single life are “40 First Dates” (a.k.a. dating with velocity), “Ten Things I Hate About You” (a.k.a. telling the truth on dates), and “The Thing About My Folks” (a.k.a. noticing and breaking the relationship rules I learned at home). 


    The Wright Foundation, founded by Dr. Bob Wright and Dr. Judith Wright is a principle-based learning organization that brings together the best of neuroscience, development, existential, humanistic, Adlerian, and positive psychologies and philosophies into a proven, practical system for learning the skills to have a great life.


    To be on the show, email george@wrightliving.com


    http://transformweekendtraining.com/

  • 00:59

    Guest: Irvin D. Yalom author of Creatures of A Day

    in Relationships

    This week on Relationships 2.0 my guest is renowned psychiatrist Irvin D. Yalom author of Creatures of A Day: And Other Tales of Psychotherapy.


    About the book:


    “All of us are creatures of a day,” wrote Marcus Aurelius, “rememberer and remembered alike.” In his long-awaited new collection of stories, renowned psychiatrist Irvin D. Yalom describes his patients’ struggles—as well as his own—to come to terms with the two great challenges of existence: how to have a meaningful life, and how to reckon with its inevitable end. In these pages, we meet a nurse, angry and adrift in a morass of misery where she has lost a son to a world of drugs and crime, and yet who must comfort the more privileged through their own pain; a successful businessman who, in the wake of a suicide, despairs about the gaps and secrets that infect every relationship; a newly minted psychologist whose study of the human condition damages her treasured memories of a lost friend; and a man whose rejection of philosophy forces even Yalom himself into a crisis of confidence. Their names and stories will linger long after the book’s last page is turned.


    Like Love’s Executioner, which established Yalom’s preeminence as a storyteller illuminating the drama of existential therapy, Creatures of a Day is funny, earthy, and often shocking; it is a radically honest statement about the difficulties of human life, but also a celebration of some of the finest fruits—love, family, friendship—that life can bear. We are all creatures of a day. With Yalom as a guide, we can find in this book the means not just to make our own day bearable, but meaningful—and perhaps even joyful.


     

  • 00:35

    Dating Offline, In An Online World

    in Lifestyle

    Kate Holmquest is a coach, curriculum developer, and campus director for Wright and the Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential who believes that dating is one of the best possible playgrounds for discovering and transforming yourself! Potential movie titles that describe her quest for satisfaction in single life are “40 First Dates” (a.k.a. dating with velocity), “Ten Things I Hate About You” (a.k.a. telling the truth on dates), and “The Thing About My Folks” (a.k.a. noticing and breaking the relationship rules I learned at home). 


    Rachel Zwell is a coach and the executive assistant to the CEO of the Wright Foundation for the Realization of Human Potential, who has been playing in her dating by taking risks and saying things she never would have imagined saying. She has loved discovering how to go for what she wants in her dating, and is using it to get to know herself better and get what she wants!


    The Wright Foundation, founded by Dr. Bob Wright and Dr. Judith Wright is a principle-based learning organization that brings together the best of neuroscience, development, existential, humanistic, Adlerian, and positive psychologies and philosophies into a proven, practical system for learning the skills to have a great life.


    To be on the show, email george@wrightliving.com


    http://transformweekendtraining.com/

  • 01:01

    How to Survive Life and Death by Author Robert Kopecky

    in Spirituality

    When you nearly die three times, you learn a thing or two about how to live...


    An Emmy-nominated art director for television, Robert Kopecky never dreamed he'd end up writing a book about how to survive life and death. But what else could he do? Over the years, Kopecky had not one but three near-death experiences. He discovered exactly what lives on the other side of our fears about dying--and living. And he had some stories he knew we'd want to hear. Even some very funny ones.


    Read this book and you'll find yourself uncoiling, relaxing your shoulders, taking deeper breaths. You may even feel like you're floating as you begin to shed the weight of a lifetime of social and existential anxiety. You'll discover what Kopecky believes are the three keys to living more life:



    Radical Kindness
    Radical Forgiveness
    Radical Surrender.


     


    And you'll find the calm determination to live your life accordingly.


    http://amzn.to/1kuDlIm


    Amazon /Robert Kopecky

  • 00:53

    Dating the World: The More the Merrier!

    in Lifestyle

    Kate Holmquest is a coach, curriculum developer, and campus director for Wright and the Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential who believes that dating is one of the best possible playgrounds for discovering and transforming yourself! Potential movie titles that describe her quest for satisfaction in single life are “40 First Dates” (a.k.a. dating with velocity), “Ten Things I Hate About You” (a.k.a. telling the truth on dates), and “The Thing About My Folks” (a.k.a. noticing and breaking the relationship rules I learned at home). 


    The Wright Foundation, founded by Dr. Bob Wright and Dr. Judith Wright is a principle-based learning organization that brings together the best of neuroscience, development, existential, humanistic, Adlerian, and positive psychologies and philosophies into a proven, practical system for learning the skills to have a great life.


    To be on the show, email george@wrightliving.com


    http://transformweekendtraining.com/