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  • 00:36

    Timber Devil- High Strangeness in the Forest - The Fort Bennning Beast!

    in Science

    Julie interviews a witness who saw a creature that terrified him and his team while doing training in the forests surrounding the Army base Ft. Benning, in Georgia. What he describes is no ordinary Bigfoot encounter, and the entire team witnessed it!  What exactly is roaming the forests in the southeast?   You do not want to miss this show!
    Timber Devil is sponsored by Adam Davies and Mike Richburg from ICRA studios and their podcast Undiscovered Beasts and Strange Phenomena.  
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    Thank you for your support!

  • 00:45

    Critical Design: Examining our Values

    in Psychology

    Please join us for conversation concerning the relationship of our values to the ontologies that we create.

  • 00:41

    The Mysterious Story of the Self

    in Psychology

    Today I will discuss the nature of the self and try to convince my listeners that beginning a sentence that expresses a psychological fact should not be "I am" but "I do" thereby changing the nature of our selves from nouns to verbs. This small grammatical shift allows us to recognize the enormous difference between judging ourselves and judging our actions or behaviors. Once we judge ourselves as a noun the judgment becomes a permanent attribute of our identity and self. Once we judge our behaviors we have an opportunity to change any aspect of our behavior which we (or others) feel is wrong or harmful. The change from "I am" to "I do" also allows us to challenge the psychiatric nonsense of being lablelled as mentally ill or disordered and living with the belief that our selves are permenantly defective. For example, "I am Schizophrenic" changes to "I behave schizophrenically and I can always learn to behave differently."   I will also discuss the relationship of our brain's activities to our understanding of self and selves.  
    To learn more read my book 'Psycho"therapy" and the Stories We live By'

  • 00:31

    NWI Citizens Advocate Joining the 2021 IU Resilience Cohort as a Region

    in Environment

    Host Kathy Sipple, together with Jim Poyser from Earth Charter Indiana, speak with Highland residents and volunteers, Alex Bazan and Connie Wachala about their organizing efforts around this pioneering region-wide effort. Connie Wachala, along with several other region residents attended last year's Climate Leadership Summit, hosted by Earth Charter Indiana. Encouraged by the resources she learned about, Connie began planning a Climate Action Blitz in Highland, Indiana on February 15, 2020. 65 northwest Indiana residents from 13 communities attended the event. Based on momentum from the blitz, a group formed, calling themselves NWI Region Resilience.  Their primary focus at this point it to urge the region to join Indiana University's 2021 Resilience Cohort and to conduct a region-wide greenhouse gas emissions inventory to get a baseline measurement the region can use as a basis for planning in the future.  Donate Sign the Petition

  • 01:08

    The Rock & Roll Shrink Ep. 93 - I'll Stand by You (Healthy Relationships)

    in Psychology

    By request of one of our followers, tonight’s topic is about how to find a healthy relationship, after you have been in a toxic one.
    It sounds simple, and it can be, but it is not always easy. There are many reasons that people wind up in relationships that are unhealthy or toxic, and those reasons need to be addressed first, before any kind of meaningful and long-term progress can be made.
    This topic is not necessarily about a mental illness issue, but it definitely can impact our mental health when things are not going well. Also, there can be additional issues in relationships that might be caused or influenced by a mental health issue.
    Being in a healthy relationship is unfortunately not a skill that is built in to our society, culture, or educational system, as likely to be taught to most people before they reach their teens, when they begin forming a relationship history. Because of this, we will look at healthy relationships at a basic level, and how to adjust our choices and patterns to work towards having them.
    Tonight, we will discuss:
    What is a Toxic Relationship? What is a Healthy Relationship? How/Why we end up in Toxic Relationships Work to do before a new, healthy relationship. We'll start off the evening with some topic-relevant Classic Rock played by Dr. Mathis, followed by Classic Rock trivia in "The Rock & Roll Shrink Recalls," followed by our topic discussion.
    Please follow our bi-weekly, Wednesday evening shows, at 11 pm EST/EDT. We will have a new topic for you in two weeks!

  • 00:13

    Ace the Medical Job Interview and Prevent a Code Blue with Dr. Kristy Taylor

    in Medicine

    If you are seeking a job in the healthcare industry and need targeted interview preparation, this book is for you.  It is jammed packed with articles, tips, and exercises to help better prepare you for healthcare job interviews.  Whether you are an experienced professional or new to the field, this concise guide will give you the confidence that you need to ace the medical job interview and prevent a code blue by already knowing what to do!
    Pick up your copy on Amazon:

  • 01:02

    Candid Conversation With Will Shirley About VIRTURAL BRAIN TRUST SESSION

    in Energy

    9/2/2020        Hosted By: Ronald Bethea           Episode 167
    Host: 1 1:00 am - 11:05 am Est.: Introduction
    Guest: 11:06 am - 11:31 am Est.: Will Shirley Em. Sy.President /CEO SUNDIAL SOLAR POWER DEVELOPERS, INC.
    Host: 11:32 am - 11:35 am Est.: Commercial 
    Host: 11:36 am - 11: 46 am Est.: Wells Fargo Stories: Funding a solar revolution
    Host: 11:47 am - 11:55am Est.: Energy Department Announces Grand Prize Winners of American-Made Solar Prize Round 2
    Host: 11:56 am - 11: 58 am Est.: Commercial
    Host: 11:59 am - 12:00 pm Est.: Closing Remarks

  • 00:32

    Flourishing in These Unprecedented Times

    in Psychology

    Steve Campbell explores how our brains conform to the messages we give them. When we learn how to optimize those messages, our minds literally rewire themselves to create new positive self-images of who we want to be and what we want to become. It’s not magic – it’s cutting edge brain research.
    Join the Brain Lady today as we explore the brain and Flourishing in These Unprecedented Times.
    To learn more about Steve, visit his site HERE or message him directly HERE
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    Facebook: or Twitter: @brainlady LinkedIn: BrainLadyJulie Instagram: BrainLadyJulie YouTube: Julie Brain Lady Anderson OR YourBestMind For more information on becoming a Certified Brain Personality Connection Specialist email Julie at or visit
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  • 00:49


    in Psychology

    Authors Jordan Gruber and James Fadiman wrote YOUR SYMPHONY OF SELVES, re-introducing a concept that was considered more of an understanding of our psychology of self, prior to the 1900's. We will talk with them to uncover what multiplicity is ,as how this relates to incorporating our multiple selves for our most effective and creative life. We explore this mastery in musician David Bowie, and we'll discuss how this differs from moods. Join me today live at 1ET or archived

  • 00:45

    One World with Yatande: Move Closer To One World My Friends

    in Social Sciences

    Host Yatandé, The former Host of The National African Religion Congress, discuss the current events of our world and ask the question of who we are and who we believe we are. 
    How did we allow the world to go so far out of control and how did we become so selfish to abandon Human suffering. The Host will challenge listeners to see who we as a people have become so distant to the pain and suffering of us all by challenging us to move closer to our world and see   

  • 00:23

    Oh My Grades ; Episode 4

    in Science

    Students Guide Segment: Learning Styles Infotainment: Influence of music on your brain's learning efficiency