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LifeRhythms Radio: Episode 16 – Depression and Creativity – Featured Guest: Celeste Lear

Celeste Lear – DJ, music producer, singer, songwriter and sound engineer

Welcome to Episode 16 of LifeRhythms Radio!

In this episode, Robert interviews Celeste Lear, discussing the topic “Depression and Creativity” – a conversation that many of you will deeply relate to.

Celeste is an incredibly talented and prolific music producer, singer, songwriter and sound engineer, residing in the San Francisco Bay Area. She passionately dives deep into this weeks topic, revealing the power of depression and seeing how it has affected fellow artists, empaths and their creative process. From her own experiences,  Celeste vulnerably shares her wisdom, insights and discoveries and aspires to help other artists and empaths who are struggling with depression. You will also discover that empaths and creatives who experience depression tend to be even stronger creatives. You don’t have to feel like an ‘outcast’ or  ‘weirdo’ just because you are dressing a ‘feeling’ certain way. Chances are that if you are feeling that way, you are far from along with that feeling.

Also in this episode, you will hear an unreleased song selection from Celeste’s audio collection titled “Someday is Today (feat. Violin Girl)”, as well as her inspiration for choosing it. Please be in touch with Celeste after listening and tell her that you heard her interview on LifeRhythms Radio. She has an incredible offering that is exclusive to LifeRhythms Radio listeners and you will be very happy that you have reached out to her!

About Celeste Lear:

DJ Celeste Lear’s unshakable love for music and performance has led her to spend nearly two decades fully dedicated to studying and applying the art and science of DJing, music production and sound engineering. With a set of career highlights that truly depict a modern female in the entertainment industry including 9+ years as a mobile event & nightclub DJ, running sound for & DJing over 500 events, including over 200 weddings, meticulously collecting and cataloging over 18,000 songs and developed a knack for climactic, seamless song mixing, eclectic curation, reading a diverse crowd and naturally possesses a never ending enthusiasm for providing a top notch, energetic experience for her listeners.

With an emphasis on keeping her personal sound hip, energized, sophisticated and accessible, Celeste craftily mixes everything from the hottest high energy Deep/Tech House to Top 40/Pop hits. Indie Dance and Nu-Disco to, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s classics, Hip Hop, super creative Mash Ups and Remixes. She has a special passion for unique and edgy Dubstep, Glitch-hop, tribal and Bass Music and closely follows all the best, most cutting edge new underground and mainstream music producers to stay ahead of the game. Celeste is a regular guest DJ for the wildly popular “Ecstatic Dance” events across the West Coast, where she gets to really experiment sonically, combining sound healing with inspirational energetic festival bangers for 200-300 dancers.

As a music producer, Celeste has had over 50 placements on television & film including most notably Fox’s wildly popular “So You Think You Can Dance” as well as various shows on VH1, the Fashion One Network, HBO, SONY, Discovery Channel and MTV. Celeste owns and operates her own recording studio and independent record label with 6 current album releases and countless remixes and mash-ups.

*Another interesting note is that Ms. Lear is the granddaughter of the 8-Track Cassette (and Lear Jet) inventor William P. Lear. Definitely one with music bred right into her genes!

Some of DJ Celeste’s Regular Clients Include: Ecstatic Dance, W Hotels, Google, Apple, Banana Republic, Warner Brothers, The Gap, The Exploratorium S.F., Max Mara, Yelp, Twitter, Oracle, Cybex, Fredericks of Hollywood, Macy’s, Neiman Marcus.

For more information about Celeste, visit the links below:

Email: oneearlear@gmail.com
Website: djcelestelear.com
Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/celeste-lear
Twitter: twitter.com/celestelear
Facebook: www.facebook.com/celeste.lear

For more information about Robert Alexander, visit the links below:

Phone: 805-699-5298
Email: liferhythmscreativestudio@gmail.com
LifeRhythms (Customized Music & Private Sessions): liferhythms.us
Evlov Music: Bandcamp, Soundcloud, Pandora, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Mixcloud

Graphic Design: liferhythms.us/portfolio
Facebook (Personal): facebook.com/inliferhythm
Facebook (Professional): https://www.facebook.com/yourliferhythm/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liferhythms/
Instagram: @inliferhythm
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/YourLifeRhythm

For more information about LifeRhythms Radio, please contact Robert Alexander directly at liferhythmsradioshow@gmail.com.

Also visit: www.liferhythms.us, or call Robert directly at 805-699-5298.

Q&A with CIPCUG Session 103

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Fred Krueger    Instead of Google search, how about using Duck Duck Go

News Item:   Yahoo Messenger Now Joins the List of Discarded Chat Programs

News Item:   Microsoft Store Brings Remote App Install to Windows 10 With “Install on my devices”

News Item:   Windows 10 ‘Redstone 5’ may add a ‘Switch to S Mode’ option

News Item:   Switzerland has decided to block all online gaming sites from Swiss citizens

LifeRhythms Radio: Episode 13 – Spiritual Technology – Featured Guest: Don Estes

Don Estes – Certified medical technologist, laboratory director, neuroscientist and Director of InnerSense, Inc.

Welcome to Episode 13 of LifeRhythms Radio!

In this episode, Robert interviews Don Estes, certified medical technologist, laboratory director, neuroscientist and Director of InnerSense, Inc. In this consciously transformative interview, Robert and Don will be talking about “Spiritual Technology” – a conversation that will deeply enlighten, engage and intrigue those who are fascinated with spirituality, modern day technology and the intersection of where those meet.

You will be amazed as Don introduces his wisdom, knowledge, insight and evolution of his spiritual and scientific journey. Though his research and debunking common religious / spiritual conceptions, you will also learn more about the deeper aspects of his technology, the experiences that they provide and his powerful intention for the positive transformation of mankind. Indeed, vibration and frequency is taken to a whole new level! Whether you are on a spiritual or scientific journey of discovery, this will definitely be an episode of LifeRhythms Radio that you will definitely ‘vibe’ with.

Also in this episode, you will hear Don’s song selection from Evlov’s debut album titled “Song of the Soul”, as well as his inspiration for choosing it. Please be in touch with Don after listening to his interview and tell him that you heard him on LifeRhythms Radio. Don also has a very exclusive offering that he is offering to LifeRhythms Radio listeners and you will be very happy that you have reached out to him!

About Don Estes:

Don Estes is a certified medical technologist, laboratory director and neuroscientist who has lectured worldwide on sensory science and vibrational medicine. He has appeared on CNN, NBC, ABC, Entertainment Tonight, Science Frontiers, and the Discovery Channel hits Beyond 2000 and Next Step, which won an Emmy award in 1994. In addition, his work has been featured in Wired, Computer Design, and Los Angeles Magazines and many other national and international media. He is also the author of many articles as well as a book called Harmonic Law: The Science of Vibration, which is illustrated by a large wall chart titled the Absolute Scale of Relative Cosmic Reality, one of the most complete compendiums of scientific and philosophical knowledge ever assembled.

He is founder and director of InnerSense, Inc. and inventor of VibraSound® Sensory Resonance™ technologies used by both professional and nonprofessionals all over the world for music and sound therapy, relaxation, entertainment and expanded states of mind. His intellectual property is garnered from over thirty years experience in the unification of science, philosophy and religion and includes theories, proprietary knowledge and patents in the fields of light, color, sound, music and algorithmic automata. His unique combination of experience in both the hard and soft sciences represents the essence of true neuroscience. In addition, he has consulted with many rejuvenation retreats, day spas, mind spas, medical professionals and location based entertainment facilities worldwide, having personally designed, built and operated three award-winning facilities called InnerSpace™, MindWave™ and Aha! Spa™.

Since 2001 his company, InnerSense, has been partnered with Randy Stack of Psiometrics in Glastonbury, UK. Together, they’ve brought the original concepts of alchemy into the modern scientific world by designing and building a world-class supercomputer. Utilizing this “microcosmic emulator” they’ve pioneered a new field of study called the science of universal automata, which defines the tangible and intangible mechanisms behind the quantum manifestation of reality. Patented technologies developed from this new science have radically improved all forms of vibrational therapy like light, sound, tactile vibration, color, music, art, water structuring, quantum biofeedback, virtual reality and energy field modulation.

Being acknowledged by the VP of Google as an original pioneer and named one of the Top 200 Innovators in Transformational Technology for the past two years by the TransTech Lab at Sophia University has opened the doors to the academic world and given this technology a platform to reach a wider group beyond the few that are currently willing to devote time, money and energy into transforming themselves. Eventually, this platform will provide the validation needed to engage the medical community and bring them into the new paradigm of enhancing what’s right instead of fixing what’s wrong.

Don currently lives the Aha! Experience on a daily basis with his wife and two children in the Santa Monica Mountains of Los Angeles. He remains as Founding Director and President of InnerSense a corporation dedicated to developing transformational technologies to assist the world during the great changes currently taking place.

 

For more information about Don Estes, visit the links below:

Address:
2118 Wilshire Blvd. #730
Santa Monica, CA 90403

Phone Number: 310-261-1128

Vibrasound:
email: info@vibrasound.com
website: www.vibrasound.com

The Portacle:
email: info@theportacle.com
website: www.theportacle.com

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/ThePortacle/

For more information about Robert Alexander, visit the links below:

Phone: 805-699-5298
Email: liferhythmscreativestudio@gmail.com
LifeRhythms (Customized Music & Private Sessions): liferhythms.us
Evlov Music: Bandcamp, Soundcloud, Pandora, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Mixcloud

Graphic Design: liferhythms.us/portfolio
Facebook (Personal): facebook.com/inliferhythm
Facebook (Professional): https://www.facebook.com/yourliferhythm/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liferhythms/
Instagram: @inliferhythm
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/YourLifeRhythm

For more information about LifeRhythms Radio, please contact Robert Alexander directly at liferhythmsradioshow@gmail.com.

Also visit: www.liferhythms.us, or call Robert directly at 805-699-5298.

Q&A with CIPCUG Session 95

Google’s case for ‘right to be forgotten’

John Weigle   I was listening to your podcast No. 92. I was using Firefox. The sound stopped at 3:28. I reloaded, which didn’t help, but playing it in another window worked fine.

Lisa Toth   I occasionally fill out survey forms but find that when I come to a ranking list where ranking of a number of items is requested that I can’t rank all the items.

Lisa Toth   Reading technical articles sometimes quickly lets me know how much I don’t know. Why are they working with JavaScript when we try to avoid Java?

John Weigle   I’m trying to set up a Microsoft account so I can use OneDrive and other Office 365 features but can’t do so. I’ve tried all my email addresses and MS says they’re all taken.

Lisa Toth   I’m gonna have to set up a new email program.  I see in the menu that there is a program called ‘mail’. That is where my contacts mysteriously went to. It doesn’t seem to be outlook.  Also on the menu is Outlook.  “Outlook” looks like a stripped down email program.  Since my contacts moved to “mail” I am going to try to set that up. Then I’ll have to find the data files I want to keep from “live” mail and put them somewhere.  Can I import those to Mail?

News Item:   Apple starting to alert users that it will end 32-bit app support on the Mac

News Item:   Some Android device makers are lying about security patch updates

News Item:   Google loses ‘right to be forgotten’ case

Q&A with CIPCUG Session 49

Roger Houston   Not sure about the usefulness of

Last Pass Authenticator. CrockMaskIs it helpful? How?

News Item:  A photo of a person’s eye taken at a medium distance is more than enough to trick a Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone login iris scanner, according to researchers from the Chaos Computer Club (CCC).

News Item:  Google now knows when its users go to the store and buy stuff

News Item:  Leaked!  Facebook rules that allow death threats, pictures of animal torture and videos of self-harm

News Item:  WannaCry update.

Follow on Question:  In light of Heathrow airport being shut down because computers can’t route luggage to the proper airplane, how likely is it that some virus, worm or just poor planning could shut down major portions of civilization?

Pictured:  Jerry Crocker, our photographer extraordinaire (in his disguise)

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