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The Long Distance Love Bombs Podcast Dr. Jeremy Goldberg

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    50: Farinaz Lari - What does it mean to fight for your dreams?

    50: Farinaz Lari - What does it mean to fight for your dreams?

    Farinaz Lari was the first Iranian to win the world kickboxing championship. In 2016, she was the Canadian National Amateur Flyweight Muay Thai Champion.  With her coach and husband, Ali, she owns and operates District Warrior, a kickboxing and Muay Thai training studio in Vancouver. Follow her on Instagram here. Go and get trained by her at District Warrior here.


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    49: Nahko - Why is forgiveness another name for power?

    49: Nahko - Why is forgiveness another name for power?

    Nahko is a singer, songwriter, and musician who blends socially conscious folk and rock with soulful, alt-R&B, genre-bending production. In a career built on reflective, deeply personal songwriting, Nahko’s new album, ‘Take Your Power Back,’ grapples with grief, trauma, reconciliation, and learning to face heartache head-on by embracing the peace and serenity that comes with understanding and acceptance. It’s an album of growth, courage, and resilience, a testament to the beauty and evolution that can come from fully inhabiting our pain.  It’s also proof that our true power —spiritual, physical, and emotional — inevitably comes from within.

    Born to a Puerto Rican/Native American mother and a Filipino father, Nahko was adopted by a white, conservative, Christian family in Oregon and raised under the name David Bell. He later learned that his birth was the result of a rape, that his biological mother had been fourteen and sold into sex work at the time he was conceived, and that his biological father was murdered. A sixth-generation Apache, he took on the moniker of Nahko — a play on his middle name, Nahkohe-ese, which translates to Little Bear — as a way of reclaiming his roots, and in his late teens and twenties began traveling the country, spending time in Hawaii and Alaska as he wrestled with identity, purpose, and perception.

    Backed by his band, Medicine For The People, Nahko released his debut album, ‘On The Verge,’ in 2011, but his breakthrough came two years later with ‘Dark As Night', a critical and commercial breakout landing in the Top Ten on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart and earning festival slots at Outside Lands, Electric Forest, Wanderlust, Bumbershoot, and more.  Over the next four years, he would release two more albums with his band, solidifying his reputation as an outspoken activist and advocate for social and environmental justice.

    A few of my favorite songs of his are this one, and this one, and this one, and this one.  Also, here is the song, San Quentin, inspired by the visit to the jail that he referenced near the end of the conversation.

    Here are links to check out Nahko and his music: 

    Website: http://nahko.com

    Instagram: www.instagram.com/nahko_and_mftp & www.instagram.com/nahkobear

    Twitter: twitter.com/nahko_and_mftp

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/nahkoandmedicineforthepeople

    Youtube: www.youtube.com/user/medicineforthepeople

    Spotify: spoti.fi/387r87z

    Apple Music: apple.co/36Wz4sj




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    48: Ben Goresky - What does healing really mean?

    48: Ben Goresky - What does healing really mean?

    Ben Goresky is an addiction counselor who helps men understand and recover from addictions of all kinds.  Ben is also a men's work leader in The Samurai Brotherhood, a rapidly growing community in Western Canada. You can find him online at his website here and follow him on Instagram here. You can also find his men’s community at the Samurai Brotherhood here and on Instagram here. If you want more of his vocal insights, Ben has a podcast called the Evolving Man Podcast and you can listen to it here.  The books Ben suggested are Iron John, No More Mr Nice Guy, and The Way of the Conscious Warrior: A Handbook For 21st Century Men (click each title to learn more).


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    47: Mark Groves - Are life transitions really just invitations?

    47: Mark Groves - Are life transitions really just invitations?

    Mark Groves is a human connection specialist who posts no-BS relationship advice.  He is an emotional translator, writer, speaker, and coach. He is also a good friend and one of the best people I know. His website is here. Follow him on Instagram here. Listen to his podcast here.  Find him on Facebook here, Twitter here, and check out his online courses here:  Dating 101, Become a Boundaries Badass, and the Breakup Recovery Recipe.


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    46: Heather Pennell - What if the only way through pain is through pain?

    46: Heather Pennell - What if the only way through pain is through pain?

    Heather Pennell has dedicated her life to understanding and working with trauma. Through the integration of shadow work, conscious communication tools, spirit medicines, and somatic practices she touches the lives of many and continues to expand in capacity for facilitating healing.  She is a spirit-led mentor, co-founder of Rising Woman (an educational platform offering programs to help people build a healthier relationship to themselves and others) and creator of The Mystic Moon Calendar.  Check out her website here, follow her on Instagram here (and Rising Woman here), and explore her online courses here.


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    45: Stefanos Sifandos - What's the secret to understanding men today?

    45: Stefanos Sifandos - What's the secret to understanding men today?

    Stefanos Sifandos is a relational alchemist who helps to demystify dating dynamics.  He is a relationship coach whose mission is to assist individuals in actualizing the fullness of their potential, to relate consciously to each other with authentic love, and to be a conscious steward of Earth. Find him on YouTube here, Facebook here, and Instagram here.  His website is here, including various courses he has - Conscious Clarity, and Chaos to Clarity.

    Carl Sagan's Pale Blue Dot video is here.  Watch it, please.


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