A podcast of Dave & Roo reading out works of literature, reacting to the ideas presented, and often rambling off into the meaning and relevance to real life. Approximate Publication Schedule: Monday EST 00:00/12:00 AM - GMT 04:00/4:00PM - AEST 14:00/2:00 PM Disclaimer: This non-commercial podcast will involve works of authors who have deceased, and strive to apply public domain law as stipulated in Australia (life plus 70 years, since 2005. The law is not retrospective and excludes works published in the lifetime of an author who died in 1956 or earlier). So many books, So little time Podcast by David Flodine, Rouha Granfar is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
By Dave & Roo
Our main mission with this Primal Survival Podcast is simple, to Discover, Educate, Inspire, Inform, and Prepare. Throughout our lives, the last thing we want to have to do is survive in a tough situation. I always say its better to know and not need than to need and not know.<br><br>Let's face it, the way the world is today, anything is possible. Our mission is to fully prepare you for all of the survival possibilities and we feel like a survival podcast is the best way to reach our audience.
By Primal Survival Podcast
A theology podcast for the church. The pastor theologians podcast consists of conversations and teaching resources at the intersection of theological scholarship and life and ministry in the local church. The vision for this show is to help equip pastors to be theologians for today’s complex world.
By The Center for Pastor Theologians
The American Mind Podcast uncovers the ideas and principles that drive American political life. In each episode, we engage Claremont Institute scholars, co-conspirators, and critics in thought-provoking discussions about the real causes of our current political and cultural reality. We explore these ideas with an eye towards restoring American civic health. The Roundtable is a weekly show, hosted by our editors and publisher with a unique blend of joviality and intellectually stimulating conversation, boosted by an occasional glass of whisky. Each episode focuses on a handful of topics that carry significant weight in the debate of ideas for the best path of American life, both privately and civically. Of course, we do reserve some time for fun in each show. Occasionally, we produce special podcast features on individual topics with commentary from the top thinkers in America today. Think of American Mind Podcast specials as succinct audio-documentaries. Tell us what you think! Subscribe to our channel, rate us, leave a review, and help spread the word to your friends and colleagues! Interested in hearing from us on a particular topic? Email your suggestions to email@example.com. And visit our website, americanmind.org, for essays, editorials, debates, and more. The American Mind, The Roundtable, and our specials are productions of the Claremont Institute. The mission of the Claremont Institute is the recovery of the American idea—the timeless principles that have made America great since its founding.
By The Claremont Institute
What one man can do, you can do as well…but you’ve got to have the proper know-how and help from your friends! You can, man.™ is all about the DIY spirit from home and auto repair and maintenance, to small and huge renovations alike, to entrepreneurship and lots in between. We think tackling projects leads to more confidence and success in all areas of life.
By You can, man.
Hello, my name is Aaron Doughty and I help people expand their consciousness by making daily content intended to help people raise their vibration and shift to a new level of consciousness. I believe there is a consciousness shift happening on the planet, an awakening where more and more people are becoming aware of who they are at a greater level as well as how to create the life they always dreamed of. New episodes go live every Monday, Wednesday and Friday and Youtube audio will be posted daily as well. On this podcast I will share practical tools, techniques and perspectives that have the potential to shift your level of consciousness and listening to this podcast daily will accelerate that process in a very powerful way.
By Aaron Doughty
Be Love challenges you to look deeper within yourself, which is the beginning process of awakening to a greater truth and the discovery of peace. In this bool I present complicated concepts and distill them into an understandable and easy to follow format. Be Love was written for the beginner and for the advanced seeker of truth. This book is not another self-help book, it’s a book that challenges the status quo and gives concise direction to awaken. Be Love addresses the most fundamental aspects that keep us stuck in our mind, stopping us from experiencing peace. Be Love is relatable, inspiring and thought provoking. The beginning of the book has a subjective focus. I talk about the nature of the mind, emotions, thoughts and thinking. The middle is more object, as it guides the readers to look at their relationship with the material world and how they interact with others in their relationships. The end deals more with deepening your understanding of your soul and your relationship with the Divine. I share personal stories throughout the book and at the end of each chapter I offer tools to deepen your experience with the material. Be Love was written to appeal to a wide array of people. The first half of the book provides a fresh approach to maintaining better mental health and the last half is directed to the spiritual seeker of truth. Be Love is a practical guide to move the readers out of the maze of the mind, freeing them to experience a deeper understanding of themselves.
By Ned Burwell