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When I first saw Ken Russell's ALTERED STATES I was alternately bored, confused, repulsed, and horrified. With each successive viewing this film engaged me on increasingly complex levels, educating me in equal measures in the ways of cinema, philosophy, love, and and spirituality. As films that changed me go ALTERED STATES may be the most expansive reversal from hating a film to loving it that I have yet encountered.
If you would like to view the trailer played within this podcast, please follow this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67lYG7a4YOA
Producer/Host Nicholas Snow and correspondent Kathy Colgin report daily from the 2014 Palm Springs International ShortFest and Film Market taking place June 17-23, 2013. Participating filmmakers are encouraged to call in every day during the festival! Nicholas Snow Live, a daily, global conversation "Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity." Producer/host Nicholas Snow's previous show, SnowbizNow, has had over 1.5 million downloads. This new format encourages listeners to interact with the live show as follows:
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Join Patti and her guest Rosalind Smith, as they explore altered states of consciousness to see where dreams fall in the consciousness continuum.
Do dreams come from the unconscious? Or are dreams a state of consciousness not previously explored? How can hypnosis help us reach dream? Rosalind Smith is a Certified Master Hypnotherapist and Transformation Life Coach, guiding and empowering individuals to successfully make life transitions. In person and online, she leads private and group sessions, workshops and classes.
Rosalind is a member of the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association and the National Guild of Hypnotists. She uses a mind-body-spirit approach in assisting her clients to achieve desired results. She is also an Advanced EMF Balancing Practitioner and Reiki Master.
We welcome researcher and author, Ryan Hurd, to discuss his research on dreaming and consciousness as well as the nature of sleep paralysis and altered states. Guest's Website
These days we hear a lot about genetically-altered, chemically-grown fruits and vegetables. Many people clamor for food that is fresher,sustainable and grown without pesticides.
What are the consequences of years of pesticide usage and farming methods that strip the nutrients from our soil? IS organic farming practical and are the results really that much better?
Teresa's guest, Tom Earnshaw, is an organic & sustainable farmer, educator, and the founder of Cambridge Farms in northwest Florida. He is an advocate of what he calls “outlaw farming,” and offers people a place to learn healthy farming practices through his classes, farm tours, and gardening partnerships. His Farmer’s Market co-op brings organic farming veterans and newbies together to trade and barter with one another and learn from each other.
“Geography 2050: Mounting an Expedition to the Future” is the inaugural event in a multi-year strategic dialogue meant to help decision makers and the public alike understand the major trends that will reshape the nation and planet between now and 2050.
Geography 2050 is the fall conference of the American Geographical Society. It is hosted by the Earth Institute at Columbia University, with the support of the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) and other partners and sponsors. This one-day event will take place Wednesday, Nov. 19, at the historic Low Memorial Library In New York City.
Geography 2050 organizers posit the world will be radically different by 2050, and aim to launch an "expedition to the future" to help determine how we will get there and navigate the uncharted waters of the future. Climate change, urbanization, rapid expansion of the Internet, the continued evolution of human identity, and changing modes of commerce, cooperation, and conflict are just some of the many trends influencing the future. Each poses many challenges and opportunities for how we perceive and shape our world’s geography now and in coming decades.
In this podcast, Jon Konarski III, executive director of the American Geographical Society, and Christopher Tucker, Geography 2050 program chair and founder of MapStory, join us to discuss the upcoming event.
FEATURING: Jim Gilchrist takes off the gloves and beats up Obama on enterovirus (Michelle was busy with the turnips) John LeBoutillier dares to ask if Obama is so freakin bumbling that his ebola stupidity is gonna be the October surprise; James Hirsen says that Hollywood has caught Ebola fever & will produce a series based on this; David J. Pollay is the author of The Three Promises and The Law of the Garbage Truck and tells us how to be happy in life with 3 rules. Grammy winner Darius Rucker of Hootie & the Blowfish fame talks about his project to help kids TODAY.
Welcome to Bill Martinez Live, hosted by an unapologetic AMERICAN U.S. Marine of Mexican descent who knows why people come to America but demands that immigrants come through the front door and that the rule of law is respected. Bill Martinez Live waves just one flag and has no use for hyphenated hearts torn between the 4th of July and some other foreign flag. We put the United States over party politics and broadcasting our unstinting praise of this great land to 250 American cities through CRN, BML syndication and the ever popular Blog Talk Radio platform.
Listen in to the show to hear every facet of the issues but keep your eye on God and the exceptionalism to which he has urged on America and its people. Our nation is at a crossroads but remember your solemn birthright fellow Americans as "We the People". See more at: http://billmartinezlive.com/about-the-program/#sthash.tooJ0atj.dpuf
Jeff Gendelman, writer and producer, wrote and produced The Surface, an 18-year journey of perseverance from idea to production. The film stars Sean Astin, Chris Mulkey and Mimi Rogers and was directed by Gil Cates Jr. Jeff also produced and directed the award-winning short film, In Passing. He produced the Los Angeles world premiere of the play, The Letter Writer, and then developed it to be made into a film. He produced and directed two science documentaries, and a pilot for a syndicated TV series. As an actor, Jeff co-starred with Christopher Lambert in the feature film, Splitsville. He had a supporting role opposite Robert Forster and Donnie Wahlberg in the feature film, Diamond Men. His TV work includes guest-starring roles on NBC’s Law and Order and he was featured on Beverly Hills 90210. Jeff was also a series regular on the television dramas One Life to Live, Guiding Light and Loving (nominated for Outstanding Actor in a daytime TV series). He studied in film classes at the American Film Institute (Los Angeles), New YorkUniversity, USC, and at the BBC (London). Jeff has also been involved with the theater since age 10. After graduating from the University of Minnesota he went to train in the American Conservatory Theater Advanced Actor Program in San Francisco. He has acted and directed at theaters throughout the United States and Japan, including Old Globe Shakespeare Company (San Diego), Milwaukee Repertory, Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles), and Riverside Shakespeare Company (New York City). Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at rexsikes.com Visit and subscribe to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat Blog at http://www.RexSikesMovieBeat.me for articles and more about the industry we love and work in.
The modern welfare system seems to have resurrected a pattern of behavior that was designed to destroy emotional ties between men, women and children in order to breed human beings for sale on the market. The plantation stud. Back in slavery times, this was a virile young man assigned by the plantation owner to have sex with a female chosen by the plantation owner in order to impregnate her. Once she was pregnant, the stud was then reassigned to another female, to have sex with her until she became pregnant. This business, known as "slave breeding" became popular once the United States outlawed the importation of Africans on slave ships. Without new arrivals, plantation owners had to create a system of breeding children for farm workers or for sale by creating an emotionally detached sexual relationship between enslaved men and women. This way, fathers would have no bond with their children, they often didn't know which children were theirs. The enslavedmen lost the instinct to protect and provide for a family, they were conditioned to be only driven by sex. They would therefore offer no resistance when the child or the mother was sold, beaten, or otherwise abused as a slave. Is the modern day phenomenon of emotionally detached men with multiple women and children a resurrection of the plantation stud? How do we correct this destruction of our family cultural values?
Robert, Michael, Anthony and Lawrence discuss America's most popular news headline. Ebola.
Every few years a new sickness or disease scares the globe. Is Ebola the modern day plague or is it another sickness that will come and go like the scares of the past?
The American Dream: Graduate college, pile up student debt and work in a field unrelated to your college degree. What is today's American Dream?
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Why New American State?
Our country is going through transformations not seen since the Industrial Revolution. America is transforming because it HAS TO. The current state of our nation, politically and economically, is unsustainable. Change is the only certainty. I am a part of that change. If you live in the United States, consciously or unconsciously, YOU are a part of that change too. As we go through these changes together, we will be the ones redefining the state of America, the new American state. These are extraordinary times.
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Radio host, Luis Bayamanakoel Ramos, interviews award winning film maker, Salvador Bolivar, Taino. His latest award winner is "FIFI PATELITO GOES TO THE DMV" It is a comedic short film about a naive immigrant street vendor who goes to DMV to get a drivers license in hopes of achieving his version of the American Dream. Arriving at the DMV, Fifi is confronted by frustrated DMV agents amidst patron meltdowns, and comes face-to-face with many of the obstacles thatimmigrants face in the United States and around the world. Despite his best efforts, Fifi gets lost in translation and ends up where no immigrant wants to be.
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