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If Science & Mysticism got married, the Outer Limits of Inner Truth (www.outerlimitsradio.com ) radio show would be their child. OLIT (Outer Limits of Inner Truth) is a program about introspection, discovery, and evolution. It premiered on February 2014 and within a few short months, was picked up for national syndication on Starcom Radio Networks (44 AM Stations). In 2018, OLIT was picked up by Mental Health News Radio Network (a large media network that features programs about psychology a ...
 
A Podcast that interviews the Long Shots in life. This podcast dives into the heart of people who’ve overcome seemingly insurmountable odds to become a success. Success is defined narrowly in today’s view. But real success comes in the evolution of themselves and their inner peace knowing that they are striving for their passions. From Jiu Jitsu champions to Singers to Entrepreneurs to Photojournalist to Cage Fighters, Phenomenal underdogs leaves no stone unturned to find the deep treasure o ...
 
International yoga leader and creator of the LYT Method, Lara Heimann, investigates the modern evolution of yoga from her background as a Physical Therapist and neurodevelopmental treatment specialist. She passionately explores the core values of her groundbreaking yoga method: smarter movement patterns, kindness to ourselves and others, compassion for all beings, finding the best way through inquiry, the courage to change, discipline to grow, and taking a stand for what we believe in. See a ...
 
Recovering From Religion is an international community for those who have questions or doubts about their faith. We aren’t here to talk you out of or into faith. We just provide a safe place to examine what you believe. And perhaps, why you believe it. Whether you are an atheist, religious, or leaving a cult, we hope you will find this podcast helpful. Your hosts, Recovering From Religion volunteers, bring guests who've experienced harm from extreme religions, as well as experts in psycholog ...
 
Space Music for Yoga and Meditation A podcast featuring electronic music. This is a podcast by the award winning artist Alexander Forselius a.k.a. Dr. Sounds where he guides you through his amazing soundscapes which have got over 100 000 plays on Spotify, and tells the story behind them and this thoughs about spirituality, Taoism and parallel world. Find music here bit.do/drsounds Alexander consider his music as 'evolutionary', as he create an ecosystem of many songs, that inherit characteri ...
 
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Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! Your questions: I have POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome) that causes many awful symptoms. How does one begin exercise when they suffer from severe exercise intolerance? Do you have any advice for understanding the risk of osteoporosis for a reasonably healthy, most…
 
There is safety in religious beliefs such as rules to follow, clear consequences, and structured relationships. When we step out of our religion into the big wide world, it’s a struggle to release the rules, to ignore the dogma we’ve been raised to trust. June has learned to recognize that rules-based voice, challenge it and embrace life without th…
 
As we head towards the end of the year, it’s important – as always – to find and show compassion to ourselves. The stress of the holiday season, even the fun parts, can push us beyond our bandwidth and leave us feeling fried. Let’s all try and avoid that holiday hangover and take care of ourselves this year. Today, we share tips to help you do just…
 
Katherine “Kibby” McMahon is a postdoctoral associate at Duke University. Her goal with her studies is to marry contemplative mindfulness practices and clinical psychology. After dealing with anxiety, depression, and addiction in her own life, she took yoga in college as a form of exercise and found it to be a great practice for challenging the bod…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! In this Wednesday Q&A, we answer your questions about body pops, countering protraction, and improving hamstring flexibility. Your questions: Is it normal to hear your back pop when going into flash dance? Is squeezing the scaps toward each other an OK way to counter protraction?…
 
Many people who leave religions struggle to overcome the inaccurate ideas they spread about sex. In this talk, Dr. Darrel Ray discusses how to overcome some of these issues in order to live a fuller life. RfRx talks are recorded every Monday at 7pm Central Time. Please consider joining us live. Information about upcoming shows and a link to join th…
 
Yoga nidra is one of my favourite ways to relieve anxiety and stress. It’s so simple, but relatively unknown, tune in to hear how you can add it to your own practice. The benefits of yoga nidra can be amazing, so long as you’re able to bring it into your schedule, find consistency, and make it work for you. Doing so can help with everything from yo…
 
I welcome Mat and Ash, The Yoga Couple, to the show for a discussion of the amazing work that they do, from helping people overcome porn addiction, to training the next generation of yoga teachers. We hear their amazing origin story, their individual backgrounds, how they met, and what led them to collaborate in order to help people self-heal. To l…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! Your questions: How has LYT Yoga® helped you age well? Can you give us more core tips for long torsos? Does yoga help neuropathy associated with the feet or hands? To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: lytyoga.com/blog/category/podcasts/ Do you have a question? D…
 
The Amish Heritage Foundation is a history-making nonprofit committed to empowering Amish women and children through education past the eighth grade, so they can choose their own futures. They provide services including cultural literacy training to institutions and individuals as well as raising public awareness about the crises hidden in Amish so…
 
The world is going through a lot right now. There’s the transition of seasons, the time change, and through ongoing world events, our stress is being elevated while our coping mechanisms are stretched to their limits. But, in these moments, we can step back and gain perspective by looking at the wisdom of the past. We all know what it feels like to…
 
Jessica Gershman is the host and creator of The Zen Mommy, a yoga teacher, clean eating guru, and mom of four on a mission. She’s also a blogger, podcaster, and author – a multi-talented, multi-faceted entrepreneur we’re happy to have with us for this Friday with Friends episode. We talk about balancing being a parent and an entrepreneur, how she c…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! Your questions: Do you have any recommended stretches for people who have postural issues and neck pain from sitting or standing in the same position for too long? How do you hold a baby or toddler and still maintain good posture? What are some of the causes for unexpected knee p…
 
The holiday season can be a time of strong emotional reactions, and not just because of the usual religious overtones. Feelings of disconnection and loneliness can be experienced due to the pressure of traditions and social expectations, even when around loved ones. In this RfRx we’ll discuss how holidays affect us, from personal and social influen…
 
Dave Warnock is a former conservative Evangelical pastor and church leader of 40 years, who began to question, examine and investigate his Evangelical Christianity faith claims 10 years ago. He came to the conclusion that those beliefs came up short and it took him several years to work through how to live without belief. He realized that this was …
 
No matter how much we try to maintain positivity in our lives, negativity will always find its way in. It’s easy to let it get you down, but a few simple tricks can help you take negativity in stride, without letting it ruin your day. The most important thing is to stay true to yourself. Negativity can be contagious, so don’t let others infect you …
 
A Retrospective Look At Unacknowledged with Dr. Steven M. Greer Steven M. Greer, MD is Founder of The Disclosure Project, The Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CSETI), The Orion Project and Sirius Technology Advanced Research, LLC. Father of the Disclosure movement, he presided over the groundbreaking National Press Club Disclo…
 
The Hard Hat Intellectual The Outer Limits of Inner Truth sits down with The Hard Hat Intellectual – a passionate critical thinker and freedom advocate. For the past year, HHI has been raising so many great questions about the nature of our reality and in a short period of time, he’s earned the accolades of thousands worldwide (including prominent …
 
Flicka Rahn is an internationally known vocal performer, author, teacher and published composer. She served on the music faculty at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi for 22 years in addition to Brandeis University in Boston, and the Boston Conservatory of Music. As a professional soprano she has appeared with the Boston Lyric Opera, Boston Philha…
 
Ted Price is the inventor of Ted’s Pain Cream, developing the revolutionary product to alleviate his own chronic pain conditions. Tune in to hear the science behind what makes it unlike any other pain relief product on the market. To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: lytyoga.com/blog/category/podcasts/ Resources: Buy Ted’s Pain Cr…
 
Growing up in fundamentalist religious households, the trauma that children experience due to the belief systems of their parents can last a lifetime and be very difficult to work through. Alexis will talk about how she got herself out of the fundamentalist belief system and the path she took to discovering her own identity. She will provide helpfu…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! Your questions: What is your advice for doing LYT Yoga® for people with scoliosis? How often should we increase the intensity of our workouts to sweat more efficiently? Can you touch on your experience as PTs? To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: lytyoga.com/blo…
 
One simple tip can boost your ability to bring success into your life. Don’t think “I can’t” or “I won’t.” Think, “I WILL”: Willingness, Improvement, Longevity, and Listen. Remembering what each of these letters stands for will help you hone in on the very things that drive success so that you can channel it toward you. Knowing this will allow you …
 
This is a question many liberty minded individuals often ask when thinking about some of the unprecedented challenges and dangers in the world today. In Dr. Paul’s fifth interview with the Outer Limits of Inner Truth, he discusses how to engage with people that are completely under tyranny’s spell. Dr. Paul also shares his wisdom on what happens wh…
 
Khris Krepcik is a world renowned etheric healer and metaphysical teacher with a lifetime of training in ancient wisdoms and mystic arts. He is considered to be down to earth, natural, and real — authentic and genuine. With over thirty years of experience in the extensive study of ancient teachings, altered states of consciousness, philosophies, sh…
 
Abdul never had any pets growing up, but when he met his wife – a cat foster parent – he was introduced to the world of cat rescue. Pretty soon, they started to wonder what they should do with the hundreds of photos she had taken of him playing with the adorable, little animals and that’s when the @abdulscats Instagram page was born. The best thing…
 
Substance and alcohol abuse is so prevalent around the world that very few people have not succumbed to its temptation or know someone who has. There is substantial evidence that we and our ancient relatives used substances as antimicrobials and antiparasitic agents. A byproduct was these substances' ability to disable our prefrontal cortex, inhibi…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! Your questions: The past couple of months, I’ve been experiencing a pinching feeling in my lateral posterior right hip when doing modified side plank at half noon. I suffer from bunions, Morton’s neuroma, inflammation, bursitis, and arthritis. Can you give me any tips for managin…
 
The changes of the seasons affect us all differently. Some of us can find the transition into fall and winter difficult, so here’s a run down of what you can do to beat the seasonal blues, and stay healthy and motivated. A lot of this won’t be new to you, but you have to remember to actually put this advice into action if you want to see results. F…
 
Spiritual skeptic turned medium and spiritual development coach, Isabeau Maxwell, spent years as a spiritual cynic in the corporate world before a visit from her grandmother lifted the veil to the other side. After giving herself the space to explore the space she found herself leaving her old life behind, giving readings as a professional intuitiv…
 
American Atheists is a national civil rights organization that works to achieve religious equality for all Americans by protecting what Thomas Jefferson called the “wall of separation” between government and religion created by the First Amendment. They strive to create an environment where atheism and atheists are accepted as members of our nation…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! Your questions: I have a weak upper back, shoulder area, and core, but when I do exercise my trapezius immediately hardens. Any suggestions? How should athletes and yogis cure diastasis recti? Do you have remedies to stop your pinky finger separating from other fingers while work…
 
We’ve often talked about the importance of immersing yourself in nature – how it makes us feel better, calmer, and more at ease. Joining us today is Mark Heimann. He shares his personal experience of how nature can offer a reset and how others can get a similar experience for themselves. To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: lytyog…
 
Bobby Lynch is the founder and CEO of Plant Strength, a vegan fitness, training, and activism platform. He’s a kind soul that does amazing work being a voice for animals and defying the myths regarding veganism and strength training. We talk about making an impact on people and meeting them where they are, why protein deficiency isn’t an issue with…
 
As an offshoot of the Mennonites, the Amish have been around since the 17th century and are well known for their public-facing quaint and austere lives. However, along with their historical and religious cousins, the Mennonites and other Anabaptists, those who are on the inside know it's not at all an idyllic life within these isolated religious co…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! Your questions: Can you discuss yoga teacher body image difficulties? What is the connection between the tongue and lower palate and overall range of mobility? How can supination and pronation of the feet affect your yoga? What can you do about it? To learn more, and for the comp…
 
Emotional regulation is an important part of emotional intelligence. It allows us to interact with others more effectively, whether as a parent, a partner, a friend, or a coworker. It is the ability to manage your emotional responses. Life is going to throw a lot our way. We can’t control everything that happens, but we can learn to control how we …
 
Libby Hinsley is a physical therapist who specializes in hypermobility and the intersection between it and yoga. Hypermobility is something that gets a lot of praise and attention when starting yoga. Being naturally very flexible allows you to do some impressive-looking moves, but without understanding the intricacies of what you’re doing, this can…
 
The Outer Limits of Inner Truth features Hall of Fame Professional Wrestler and Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs. Jacobs shares his views on where he sees things headed for the future, the impact Dr. Ron Paul has had on the liberty movement, and what individuals can do to become leaders in their communities. Jacobs has served on the East Tennessee Ch…
 
Are humans 'hard-wired' for religion? Dr. Mark Reimers will describe recent evidence from neuroscience, genetics, anthropology, and psychology about the human propensity to be religious. Dr. Mark Reimers is a computational neuroscientist at Michigan State University where he researches how animal brains work and how human genes affect brain functio…
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! Your questions: Even after mobilizing my stiff neck I still have issues moving pain free. Any suggestions? How do I maintain my posture when the headrest of my car or in an airplane pushes my skull forward? Can you talk about handling addiction through yoga? To learn more, and fo…
 
It seems like every other person out there is struggling with issues of neck pain. It’s a problem that’s always been there but it has certainly increased. We’re going to look at why neck pain is so prevalent, the common causes, as well as some exercises to treat, recover from, and prevent neck problems. To learn more, and for the complete show note…
 
During the decade when Evangelicalism was coalescing with politics, a homegrown cult, known as the Shepherding Movement, reached its zenith. A religious pyramid scheme that bilked people of their money, identity, and freedom quietly penetrated the Southern United States. Rachel Roberts escaped the cult and the 80s, and fortunately outgrew both, jus…
 
Everyone grieves in their own way and according to their own timeframe, the accepted wisdom tells us. But those in mourning rarely find comfort in knowing this and those looking to support someone in mourning can do little with this advice, leaving them with a sense of helplessness. As a mental health professional and someone who has dealt with her…
 
A foundational piece of fundamentalist thinking is black/white, us vs them, view of the world. Often, even having left the structure of religion behind, we still maintain that either/or worldview. In this RfRx discussion, David will work through why this is still so enticing, even without a god, and how to expand beyond it when engaging with other …
 
Jayson Gaddis, founder of The Relationship School, returns to the show to talk about his brand new book, Getting to Zero, all about how to work through conflict in your most important relationships. Jayson is also the founder of The Relationship School as well as the host of The Relationship School Podcast. We talk about what getting to zero means …
 
Our brains evolved on the African savannah well enough to allow Homo Sapiens to survive in that harsh, unforgiving environment, and go on to populate the planet. But the thinking organ which developed to prevent our death at the hands of predators and the elements is far from perfect. We are primed to trust the opinions and anecdotes of those in ou…
 
Trigger warning: Images of Self Harm are in the presentation Regular RfRx guest Dr. Andy Thomson, M.D. will summarize key findings from the psychological science research into happiness and well-being, and how it all connects to our evolutionary history. Additionally, the presentation will discuss a useful model known as the “AAA battery”: Agency, …
 
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them! Your questions: A friend and fellow has Dupuytren's contracture and has been told it is not severe enough to operate. What are your thoughts on this? Anything she can do? I was diagnosed with left posterior rotator cuff weakness 18 months ago. Worked on strength exercises and now…
 
Since 2014, Kansas City Oasis has provided a community for secular families, believing the human experience is better when shared. Our goal is to cultivate an environment where you will find new friends and a place to belong, regardless of your beliefs, gender identity or sexual orientation. Our Core Values define our community and help shape our i…
 
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