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We tell Asian America's stories to go beyond being seen. As people of all backgrounds reckon with complex legacies of race, power, culture, and identity and ask themselves, “Where do I stand?” Self Evident presents reported stories and radically open conversations from the everyday Asian Americans who have been confronting this question for generations. Our mission is to empower local communities to share stories and build relationships around the value of self-representation. Self Evident i ...
 
Flip Your Script is a podcast about life’s critical turning points and how people find the inspiration and motivation to move forward and rewrite their unique stories. The show is hosted by Kristi Piehl, who flipped her script from an Emmy-winning journalist to a successful entrepreneur (Media Minefield) and speaker.
 
Laura Lee & Paul Robear host wide-ranging conversations with leading-edge researchers in a variety of interdisciplinary fields. Every guest, every conversation, fills in another piece of the Grand Puzzle. Ultimately, it’s about the eternal questions -- who are we? where did we come from? where are we going? and what's it all about, anyway? For the widest perspective, we include our early ancestors worldwide to see what wisdom of the past may inform our future! Laura and Paul bring their medi ...
 
This podcast is for the leaders and the high-achievers who choose to thrive in every area of their life and never settle for anything less than their wildest dreams. Through brain-based mindset strategies, scientific manifestation, productivity secrets, and my own proven methodologies, I help you unlearn everything that's holding you back from living your fullest, most authentic life so that you can attract more abundance, prosperity, and fulfillment in less time than ever. Lets dive in!
 
Any analysis of language as a dynamic and evolving system must confront a self-evident truth: languages are spoken with intention by living, breathing human beings. The linguistic choices of individuals and groups point to the diverse ways that we understand our world and the complex meanings that we exchange with one another. This course is a collection of seminars given at the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language by both Centre members and visiting scholars. Please note: d ...
 
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Our minds often reject the idea that getting what we want can be simple (not to be confused with easy). Today's pivot episode will help you embrace simplicity in your own daily evolution so you can get what you desire faster without so much struggle and hustle. It gets to be simple! Follow the Inspiration on Instagram Book 1-on-1 Coaching With Me…
 
There is growing evidence of possible visits to the Americas made by people from Asia Europe or Oceania prior to Christopher Columbus in 1492. Pretty much accepted by mainstream scientists and scholars are Maritime explorations by Norse peoples from Scandinavia during the late 10th century led to the Norse colonization of Greenland and Newfoundland…
 
Ahmed speaks with Huffington Post national reporter Rowaida Abdelaziz about her work covering American Muslims and her piece on swimming while a Muslim woman. Due to an injury, YouTube uploads are delayed, but subscribe for a video version of this podcast soon: youtube.com/ahmed Follow Rowaida: @Rowaida_Abdel Read Rowaida's piece "When Swimming as …
 
Throughout recorded history there are references to light emissions observed to come from the human body. For years we have known that life is an electrical fact; that all vital systems operate electrically. Recently we have found that a cell is a bioelectric wonder - with polarities and energy field effects. Relatively inert substances, like membr…
 
Dee Hays loves shattering stereotypes. She is the President and CEO of Excellence Engineering, and now an innovator in the fashion industry. When a back surgery nearly forced her to give up her 500+ pairs of high heels, Dee invented HeelzFirst, a first-of-its-kind product that hugs your foot to your high heel shoe for comfort and support. In this e…
 
Social media can be the ultimate source of self-doubt or a portal for inspiration and ideas. Listen to today's pivot episode to learn how to powerfully and intentionally use social media to reach your goals. Follow the Inspiration on Instagram Book 1-on-1 Coaching With MeBy Caroline Perry
 
“It would be arrogant to think we’re alone in the Universe,” says Harvard Professor Avi Loeb, theoretical astrophysicist. His conjecture on the anomalous, shiny, elongated space object (dubbed “Oumuamua”, Hawaiian for “scout”) that wandered through our inner solar system in 2017 fit the evidence, yet stirred up quite the controversy. It looked and …
 
He dropped out of high school with a 0.9 GPA and worked 10 minimum wage jobs to support his wife and kids, including one of the worst jobs imaginable just to make $1 more an hour. So how did Todd Rose turn his life around to become an honors student, Harvard professor, author and think tank founder? In this episode of Flip Your Script with Kristi P…
 
What would happen if you felt the pull of your intuition and didn't ask why? What if you trusted life and the Universe of enough to pull you in the direction you're meant to go? Today's pivot is meant to guide you into a state of trust in ease, to encourage you to ride out life in mindful presence, and to find reasons for gratitude in everything. F…
 
"The Biblical accounts are full of trance states," says this Georgetown University scholar. When I ask him why our society trusts accounts of ASC from 2,000 years ago, but less so now, he agrees that mystical states are just as available to us now as then. "Nobody has done more than John Pilch to popularize the use of an ASC model for understanding…
 
Luke Carlson started his career as a trainer for professional athletes and is now using his knowledge to help everyday people live better lives. Luke is the Founder and CEO of Discover Strength, a boutique fitness studio that focuses on evidence-based exercises. In this episode of Flip Your Script with Kristi Piehl, Luke shares his mindset as a bus…
 
You may have heard before in the self-development world that belief comes before the evidence. In other words, we have to believe something is possible first before we actually see it and experience it. But, how do we do that? How do we believe in the existence of something when we clearly don’t have it. Contrast can make us second-guess ourselves …
 
"You are born to fly, and in dreams you remember the soul has wings," says Robert Moss, who weaves tribal and shamanic wisdom with practical tips to better access your dreaming self and all it offers. The dream state can wake us up to guidance, healing and creativity beyond the reach of our everyday state of mind, as Moss illustrates with examples,…
 
We’re back from hiatus and to our regularly scheduled programming with an interview with Dr. Ihsan Bagby on his work polling American mosques for two decades. Find the mosque survey from Dr. Bagby here: https://www.ispu.org/public-policy/mosque-survey/ Also: our big new announcement is that we’re now on YouTube thanks to a grant from the Google New…
 
From server to CEO, Julia Stewart’s resume spans each end of the restaurant industry. If you’ve eaten at Taco Bell, Applebee’s or IHOP, you’ve likely experienced her work. Julia is now adding entrepreneur to her career achievements. She recently launched Alurx, a wellness hub with information, advice and products all in one place. In this episode o…
 
The author of "The Way of the Peaceful Warrior" cites universal spiritual laws as simple yet powerful truths for living wisely and well — in alignment with the universal laws that govern our lives, including balance, choice, process, expectation, presence, integrity, compassion, surrender, and unity -- a roadmap for living our best life. Dan Millma…
 
Andrew Newberg, a pioneer in "neurotheology" -- the neurology of religious and spiritual experiences -- cites a "God Gene" as an inherent part of our physiology tuned to a sense of the Divine, and several direct and indirect neuro-mechanisms tying mystical experiences, spirituality, compassion, and love with improved mental and physical health and …
 
Hello, lovelies! Welcome to the first episode of a brand new series I'm calling "The Pivot" where I guide you through a whole mindset-reset so you can tackle the week ahead with confidence and clarity and fast-track your way to achieving your goals. In my coaching containers, I have noticed that the culmination of small, deliberate shifts make the …
 
"You cannot mistake the similarities between the high of athletic performance with that of religious experience" says Michael Murphy, who draws parallels between mystical moments reported by athletes and those of mystics and yogis, and cites the religious heritage of both East and West as a basis for understanding spiritual experiences arrived at t…
 
When ELLE.com columnist R. Eric Thomas released his first book, everyone from Lin Manuel Miranda to Jenna Bush Hager raved about it. His memoir, Here for It, or How to Save Your Soul in America, brings humor to difficult topics as he shares his experience from struggling as a gay Christian to finding his soulmate in church (spoiler alert: he marrie…
 
There’s so much pressure to succeed in this world. To rise up, to get better, to get to the next level. You might be feeling lost, wondering “what is the next step?” and “how do I make it happen?”. “What should I be focusing on?” “What should I be thinking about?” Well, today I want to talk to you about what really creates success and share the ans…
 
"The rainforests hold answers to questions we have yet to ask," says ethnobotanist Mark Plotkin, "and with each medicine man that dies, it's as if a library burned down." He has spent much of the past four decades studying the shamans and healing plants of tropical America from Mexico to Argentina, mostly focused on the Amazon. He notes there is no…
 
Thomas Moore says "Soul is not a thing, but a quality or dimension of experiencing life and ourselves. It has to do with depth, value, relatedness, heart and personal substance.” Defining soul as the seat of emotions and hub of our lives, he connects loss of soul with the restlessness, addiction, insecurity, and frustration of our times, and the ye…
 
The idea that life is a cosmic, rather than a purely terrestrial phenomenon, has gained ground over the last few decades. Cometary Panspermia is astronomers Chandra Wickramasinghe and Fred Hoyle's theory that the codes of life are transferred among planets and galaxies by microbes that survive within comets and meteors. Gaining support with new dis…
 
The road to Harvard Law School was not an easy one for Rehan Staton. For years, Rehan and his family struggled. He provided for his family and paid for college by hauling trash and cleaning dumpsters. While many would say it was hard work that got him into Harvard Law, Rehan says it was luck, his attitude and the people he met along the way - like …
 
What common elements might the rituals of the diverse cultures around the world have in common? Denny Sargent is joined by his wife Rebecca, recounting their travels around the world noting common themes and archetypal symbols of higher ritual, and how archetypes play out in our own lives. Denny visited 30 countries, spent four years in Japan, been…
 
During the current refugee crisis in Afghanistan, we’ve seen Asian Americans working to resettle Afghan refugees and help them build new lives. Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Hmong Americans in particular have been reminded of their own refugee stories — not just the stories of leaving their homes, but stories of the challenges they’ve faced in rebuild…
 
Olga Kharitidi was faced with integrating her work as a psychiatrist in a hospital with her induction as an apprentice to Umai, a Siberian shamaness who saw her healing potential. This chance encounter during a trip to the remote Altai mountains of her birth prompted her to apply these newly gained insights and methods to her practice, with stunnin…
 
Kristy Sidlar was fit and active when she passed out while teaching an aerobics class. Doctors dismissed her concerns for years until she was rushed to the hospital after noticing an abnormal heartbeat while on a bike ride. Kristy was diagnosed with a rare heart condition and eventually had a heart transplant. In this episode of Flip Your Script, K…
 
It’s no secret that one of the keys to successful manifestation is clearing out limiting beliefs, that directly contradict us getting what we want. What I see a lot of people do is attempt to shift their beliefs using pure willpower instead of following their brain’s natural process for simple and effective belief change. In this episode, I'm going…
 
Kara Robinson Chamberlain was 15 years old when she was abducted in broad daylight and sexually assaulted for 18 hours. After escaping to save her life, she helped police find her abductor only to learn he was a serial killer, murdering at least three women prior to abducting Kara. Nearly two decades later, Kara sat down with Flip Your Script host …
 
We’re presenting an episode from Shoes Off, a podcast about Asian Australian culture hosted by Jay Ooi. In conversation with performers and scholars, producer Thinesh Thillai explains how power and status, and in particular, caste, enable art forms from marginalized communities to be co-opted. Shoes Off takes a close look at the history of Bharanta…
 
Learn how to tame your inner critic with these 3 steps so that you can activate your true potential and take action to manifest your desires without your brain holding you back. You deserve to get to know the real you who is no longer a victim of her inner critic and is living her best life unhindered by self-doubt or self-criticism. Want more deli…
 
Shawntan Howell is a tall, confident and powerful Black woman whose mission is fueled by her own experiences and her daughter’s experiences with body image, bullying and racism. Shawntan founded the nonprofit Girls Are Powerful to help girls and young women embrace their individuality and empower one another. She talks with Flip Your Script host Kr…
 
A medical anthropologist, Alberto Villoldo sought new approaches to illness by going back to the age-old practices. Throughout the remnants of the ancient Amazonian empire he found sages and “Earth Keepers” who still practice their ancestral ways and healing methods. Visiting their villages, he met with the medicine men and women, and shares what t…
 
Ipupiara, also known as Bernardo Peixoto, shares the story of his life. He is a member of the Uru-e-wau-wau tribe of the Brazilian Amazon, a shaman, and an anthropologist. He was fluent in eight indigenous dialects and served as a bridge between cultures, a consultant to the Smithsonian Institute and Museum, and an advisor to the Clinton White Hous…
 
This week, we’re playing an episode from Making Contact. Making Contact produces media that analyses critical issues and showcases grassroots solutions in order to inform and inspire audiences to action. The episode, based on a documentary by filmmaker Grace Lee, is called “American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs,” and it’s about t…
 
Marisa Schulz has an impressive resume that revolves around helping people. She's a writer, urban planner, co-founder of the creative agency All Together in Chicago and has taught courses at DePaul University. But it wasn't until recently that Marisa started sharing her own story and private struggles. She had three miscarriages after having her fi…
 
Setting and keeping boundaries can be a tricky thing, especially if you identify as an empath, are someone who struggles with feeling worthy, or who feels very uncomfortable with conflict. Today I'm going to share with you 3 critical mistakes you might be making when it comes to setting your boundaries that is causing you to experience frustration,…
 
Stephanie Reece became one of the most successful tennis players at Indiana University and was a five time All-American athlete. Professionally, she competed at the French Open, US Open, Australian Open and Wimbledon. Stephanie had no idea how her physical, mental and emotional strength would be tested when her ex-husband killed her two children be…
 
We’re playing an episode from an exciting new podcast by our friends at APIENC, an organization that builds transgender, non-binary, and queer power for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the Bay Area (you might’ve heard their director, Sammie, on one of our previous episodes). The new podcast is called Dragon Fruit, and it’s all about the hi…
 
Pastor Stephanie Williams O’Brien, or Pastor Steph, knew as a young girl she was destined to lead. She grew up as the daughter of a Billy Graham pastor but didn’t see women in leadership roles within her faith. Hearing her calling loud and clear, she decided to forge her path as a female religious leader and eventually opened her own church. The ta…
 
Your triggers are just opportunities to get clear on what you believe. In this episode, I teach how to uncover the limiting beliefs beneath the triggers so you can clear out the thoughts that are holding you back from fulfilling your limitless potential. This is a key step in the process of how I help my clients transform their unfulfilling jobs, r…
 
The pandemic had a devastating impact on nearly 10 million working moms in the U.S. Chandra Sanders is a single mom, and like many, was laid off. Rather than scrambling to find a job, she decided to wait and let the perfect job come to her! After connecting with The Mom Project, Chandra became the Director of RISE, a program that helps moms access …
 
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