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Refuge Recovery is a Buddhist-oriented, non-theistic recovery program that does not ask anyone to believe anything, only to trust the process and do the hard work of recovery. In fact, no previous experience or knowledge of Buddhism is required. Recovery is possible, and this program provides a systematic approach to treating and recovering from all forms of addiction. When sincerely practiced, the program can ensure a full recovery from addiction and a life-long sense of well-being and happ ...
 
Welcome to Digital Marketing Life hosted by digital marketer, speaker, instructor and entrepreneur Noah Omri Levin giving you access to the real life experiences, challenges and triumphs of the incredible people across our industry. On this podcast you'll hear a mix of Noah interviewing people across our industry, speaking at events, coaching his digital media team members and more. Whether you're an in-house digital marketer, on the agency-side, or looking to break into the digital marketin ...
 
Ever click a link and think… "Uh oh!" "What the Hack?" is a new podcast that makes getting scammed, hacked, phished or cyber bushwhacked seem a little less terrifying. You might even have fun. It's one part true crime whodunnit (or what happened) and one part how to fix it. Every week the "What the Hack?" crew talks to fascinating people about some of the most terrifying (or annoying, embarrassing, infuriating) things that ever happened to them in cyberspace. "What the Hack?" tells you what ...
 
Four-quadrant films are movies designed to appeal to the biggest, widest audience possible. In the process, they can often leave out a lot of LGBTQ+ representation – but end up loaded with subtext. In The Queer Quadrant, hosts Brooke Solomon and Jordan Gustafson examine cinema in all its cultural contexts, and explore why your favorite four-quadrant blockbuster is maybe…not as straight as you think it is.
 
Are you conscious of your addictions, refuse to be defined by it, not satisfied with living your life on the surface? Are you drawn to a deeper meaning and purpose and believe that it's possible to grow through your addiction, to experience real freedom? If this is you.. Welcome Home! This podcast is dedicated to you.
 
Actor/Comedian Andy Dick invites listeners to join him as he candidly examines his notorious struggle with addiction, sexuality, and mental health. In each episode, Andy meets with a leading doctor, therapist, spiritual leader, life coach, or recovery specialist who tries to help him get to the root of his problems and break his patterns of self-destructive behavior. His daughter Meg, and the producers of the show, accompany Andy on this voyeuristic exploration filled with both laughter and ...
 
For over a decade, host Elliott Terral has been consumed by the art of magic. He’s been fortunate to travel the globe and meet some of the greatest magicians the world has ever seen. Magical Thinking serves to share deep, revealing conversations with some of the best creative thinkers, philosophers, and practitioners of conjuring and the performing arts about inspiration, creativity, successes and failures, and what it all means.
 
Marketers In Capes, hosted by Eytan Buchman, shares rapid-fire practical marketing advice. Each episode asks real marketing heroes, famous or not, how they do what they do so well....and all in just about ten minutes. And Season 2 takes it to the next level, recording together with the G-CMO Forum, a community of Israel's top CMO's from global companies. [Learn more at buchman.co.il]
 
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Here at What the Hack with Adam Levin we’ve been preaching forever and a day that you should never use your debit card when a credit card will do just as well. If you listen to the show you already know why. Credit cards simply offer more robust consumer protections than debit cards. The teenage son of this week’s guest learned this lesson the hard…
 
In this episode we chat to a fascinating dude. Corey Ackerman is a ex pat Canadian living in Aoeteroa/New Zealand with his wife Amanda and their dog Nipsy. He has been involved with the Straight edge movement for many years now. We go deep with him, reflecting upon his spirituality, relationship with alcohol, tattoos and his passion for running mar…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by past guest and friend of the pod Arden Jurskis to discuss 2004's extremely progressive (and extremely violent) gender-based slasher. Listen in as Brooke geeks out over "Bound" references, Jordan comes to terms with his fear of Chucky dolls, and Arden gives their manifesto on the enduring queerness of this franchise. …
 
The second talk in a series on the Four Foundations of Mindfulness. In this episode, Andrew discusses the Second Foundation of Mindfulness - Mindfulness of Feeling Tone. The Buddha instructs us to notice the reactivity that often arises around pleasant, unpleasant, and neutral feelings as a method of unhooking from the impulses of reactivity that o…
 
The Covid epidemic shut down music venues around the world, but with our ever more connected planet, the bands played on. Music people moved their gigs online and Twitch became a major venue for that. That’s where Emily ran into trouble with a new version of the overpayment scam. Also: Can you steal a Tesla with a Raspberry? Learn more about your a…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by comedian Avery Edison to discuss 1991's seminal horror. They talk the complicated legacy of this film and how it affected future on-screen representation, attempt some Dr. Lecter impressions, and prove (once again) why NBC Hannibal is the best show to ever grace our airwaves. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com…
 
In this episode, Mikey Noechel offers a talk on practicing kindness and acceptance to the thoughts, feelings, and emotions which may be viewed as wrong, bad, or evil. Mikey offering a loving kindness meditation with the phrases: May you be at ease May you be at peace May you be kind and gentle with yourself May you be filled with loving kindness…
 
Some scams give us something to laugh about in hindsight based on sheer audacity or incompetence that made the work. Loki’s story is not one of those capers. This week, we talked to the victim of a catfishing scam in which he figured (post-identity theft) as the catfish. Worse yet, he was scammed by his lover. Also: Is Travis a deepfake? Learn more…
 
Welcome to our third instalment of Spirituali-Tea, the ramblings of two punk idiots! In this episode we reflect upon the stories in our heads, how they're often not even accurate and how damaging they can be to our mental health. We discuss practical ways to break the constant stream of thoughts and reflect on the importance of inner child work. Ho…
 
Andrew kicks off a series of talks given on the Four Foundations of Mindfulness, beginning with mindfulness of body. Establishing mindfulness of the body serves as the foundation for stilling the mind and assisting in the development of mental clarity that brings about transformative insight into the three characteristics: the impersonal, impermane…
 
Cybercrime is a writhing mass of larval opportunists. Larry worked on the assembly line at Ford Motor Co. once upon a time, and his pre- and post-retirement career puts most of our resumes to shame. Now he can add to his many assignments “Scam Slayer.” Online crime often targets retirees, assuming that they’re easy prey. Larry is an object lesson i…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Sloane Steele and Zach Mellen (Mummy Dearest) to discuss 1997's satirical cult classic. This episode has everything: plenty of Verhoeven praise, analysis of military propaganda, co-ed shower scene thirst, and a riveting discussion on bug slime. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/QueerQuadrant Follow Mummy Dear…
 
Mary is a lot of things. Cannabinoid cooking maven, former radio host, and her banter could make the saltiest sailor blush. When she was angling to find love (and sex) online, a rather young-sounding catfish took the bait. But she lived to tell the tale (pun fully intended) financially intact. Also: A rogues’ gallery of fishy dad jokes. Learn more …
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Emma Stefansky (Thrillist) to discuss 2010's dream heist! They dig into the rich tradition of fan fiction (which Jordan will be converted to one day), what they'd use for a dream totem, the beauty of practical effects, and why Tom Hardy might actually be too sexy to lead a film. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.…
 
Andrew concludes a series of talks on the 10 Paramis (only 5 are listed on the podcast), which are the spiritual principles that serve as the foundation for the Buddha's teaching. In this talk, Andrew speaks on the topic of "equanimity", which means even-mindedness, balance, and non-reactivity. Equanimity is all about finding peace amidst the world…
 
Moe Ari is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist turned soul guide and mindset coach. He has spent years working with individuals at really important intersections in their journey. Through his own personal exploration of his identity, Moe Ari is now an expert in cultivating radical authenticity and offers coaching that he hopes will inspire oth…
 
Like many of us, Joyce spent many hours during the Covid lockdown connecting with friends playing games online--MahJong mostly. Imagine her surprise when using a legitimate app to find a scammer trying to empty her entire bank account. The likely culprit: an in-app advertisement. This episode is about the danger posed by the ads in the games we pla…
 
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