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Podcast de colectivo multidisciplinario que se ha creado virtualmente desde Estados Unidos y México para ayudar e inspirar a otros, donde quieran que vivan y que hablen español o inglés. En este podcast encontrarás charlas interesantes que te ayudarán para evolucionar integralmente gracias a los distintos temas que tocamos sobre crecimiento personal, psicólogía, tanatología, alimentación, espiritualidad, meditación y demás temas que los talentos van donando. En este mundo pandémico, cuando e ...
 
Here at Eclectica you’ll find -all kinds- of superb music and unusual new forms of audio entertainment: From Rock to Reggae, Pop to Goth/Industrial, Trance to Middle Eastern, Happy Hardcore to Celtic & Jazz, Folk to R & B, Comedy to Early Music and much, much more, Eclectica has it ALL. We’ve even got a smattering of wonderful spoken-word pieces like poetry, audio plays and storytelling here n' there. So sit back, relax, & I hope you enjoy the journey! :):)
 
Eclectica is a very bellydance-inspired, diverse music podcast. Here you’ll find -all kinds- of music and unusual new forms of audio entertainment; designed to move the spirit, mind & body alike! From Rock to Reggae, Pop to Goth/Industrial, Trance to New Wave, Happy Hardcore to Jazz, R&B, Folk, Country, Middle Eastern, Indian + beyond- Eclectica has it all! So sit back & relax (or get up and shimmy) & come with me on a journey to explore music from all over the map!
 
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En Ecléctica colectivo multidisciplinario nos importa más el fondo que la forma por lo tanto no etiquetamos como entrevista a la comunicación con la gente talentosa con la que charlamos. Las anti entrevistas nos dan libertad de ser creativos y no pensar en tiempos, formas ni formatos. Escucha esta anti entrevista de nuestra cofundadora Gina Mata do…
 
Segunda parte de la charla con Ginebra Matinski. Ella nos translada a su experiencia de vida y su Arquitectura de Vida, terapia para sanar integralmente a sus pacientes.על ידי Beatriz Chávez. Ecléctica Colectivo Multidisciplinario Founder
 
Conoce a Gina Mata, Terapeuta transpersonal, creadora de Arquitectura de Vida. Kundalini Yoga, terapeuta transpersonal, Chef holística y Holistic Health Coach, Integrante de la Asociación de Coaches mexicanos del Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) de Nueva York, EEUU. Conoce el tipo de terapia que ella aplica para beneficio integral de la pe…
 
This week Ben tells us a spooky tales of saints battling demons. The true terror is the lack of understanding of mental illness though. We also chat about time itself, Harvey Weinstein still existing and the reversal of progress made on smoking. Finally we have our long foreshadowed chat about (The) Joker. Banter Links https://www.buzzfeednews.com/…
 
In the first of our two spooky weeks, Steph tells us about the Ouija board, its journey from spiritualist tool to board game and how it became erroneously associated with demons (hint: it's that movie you think of). We also chat about the loudest bird call, the troubling purchasing of land by Scientology and it's followers in Clearwater, Florida, c…
 
This week Ben tells us about the Teachers In Space Project, about tragedy and persistence, and about the strange strands of fate. We also talk about the smaller ways climate change will affect privileged life, contemplate a future without unprofitable companies and discuss why committed journalism is so important in the fight against shitty media m…
 
This week Steph tells us about the opioid crisis, how it was manufactured by companies like Purdue and the effects on people's lives. We also chat about fake meat, real meat and Marvel movies vs. Scorsese. If you have a topic you would like either of us to cover, email theeclecticast@gmail.com with either "Steph topic" or "Ben topic" in the subject…
 
This week Ben finishes of his two part series on Alex Jones, talking about his new business model, his relationship with Trump and the outlandish events of the past few years. We also chat about Lana Del Ray, giving up your dating information to Facebook and the sad passing of the Jeremy Renner App. If you have a topic you would like either of us t…
 
This week Steph reflects on movies from the 80's set in 2019, how accurate and inaccurate their predictions were, and our opinions on whether we can have sex with robots. We also discuss bed bugs in The New York Times office, Disney war on popular culture and why The Eclecticast office won't be on a WeWork floor. Finally we talk about Ari Aster's n…
 
This week Ben guides us through the first part of the Alex Jones episode, guiding us through childhood, early career and what his beliefs are. We also chat about how Iceland is melting and the Amazon (the good one) is on fire, Elon Musk's totally normal plan to nuke Mars and the authoritarian world of Amazon (the bad one). If you have a topic you w…
 
This week Steph tells us about the twisted tale of Angela and Ian Diaz, and Michelle Hadley. This one is certainly a bizarre journey. [Trigger Warning: Sexual Assault] We also talk about the cynical marketing campaign targeting millennial associated buzzwords, the disturbing number of young people without friends and the obligatory (though delayed)…
 
In this very first attempt to record content, we talk about our history of broadcasting and performance, religion and cults, appropriation of culture, living out of home and our early plans for the podcast. I feel like you learn a lot about what makes us tick in this demo. Real fans will take note of all the quotes included in The Eclecticast theme…
 
This week Ben tells us about Platonic love, the original dialogue from which it emerged and what it means to navigate a friendly relationship with someone you could be sexually attracted to. We also talk about feet pics, the Oscars and our plans to become podcast millionaires. If you have a topic you would like either of us to cover, email theeclec…
 
This week Ben goes personal and talks at length about one of his hobbies. LEGO. Its history, all the different kinds of LEGO and the issues surrounding this ubiquitous brick. Trigger warning: Suicide. We also chat about the problem with the glut of podcasts, why are some people are going to the U.N. so they can continue to harass women and how the …
 
This week Steph tells us about modern slavery, its surprising prevalence in western countries and a few recent examples of this horrific crime. We also talk about how you should wash your clothes, the weird habits we keep from out childhood and the movie "Hail Satan?". If you have a topic you would like either of us to cover, email theeclecticast@g…
 
Ben talks about Revelation 12 Sign, a prophecy for the end of the world which of course failed and the wider context of the Book of Revelation. This one is a bit messy. We also talk about the season finale of Rick and Morty, complain about how many podcasts they are and provide a behind-the-scenes look at trying out some new samples (hopefully soon…
 
In this episode Ben talks about films investigated or charged incorrectly with featuring the murder of actors, where the line for freedom of expression lies, the issues with depictions of violence and sex and that time Charlie Sheen thought he saw a snuff film. Trigger warning: violence and sexual assault. We also chat about Dick Smith's prediction…
 
This week Steph tells us about spectrophilia, which celebrities believe they have had spiritual lovers, how to summon a succubus or incubus (not the hit Nu Metal band) and incidents of supposed sexual assault by ghosts. Trigger warning: sexual assault. We also chat about Google's position in a pride parade and its employees who want to protest, why…
 
This week Ben talks about the Park political dynasty of South Korea, how the last president was impeached for being corrupt and what this all has to do with the daughter of a cult leader. We also talk about how a German court greenlit the ongoing mass slaughter of male chicks, why the FBI helped search for Bigfoot and reflect on the legacy of the A…
 
This week Steph tells us about past-life regression, some of the experiences and practitioners and how weird our dreams are. We also talk about body positivity and health, Jessica Biel's thoughts on vaccines and Jon Stewart before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties (not the full committee). If yo…
 
This week Ben goes through a casual roundup of some of the weird verses in the bible, such as brutal deaths, the face of God and that time The Lord tried to kill Moses We also talk about Kim and Kanye's Antichrist church, a development reducing the need for water in jeans manufacturing and Japan refusing to save women from the scourge from high hee…
 
In this demo episode Steph talks about the Stanford prison experiment, it's horrible implementation and what it says about human nature. Ben rants a lot in this episode, thank God we got him a shock collar after this. The experiment was discredited after this demo was recorded, which we discuss in demo # 8, which was episode # 32. The chronology of…
 
This week Steph tells us about when birds attack people, steal knives and spy on foreign governments. We also chat about the disappointing results of the Australian federal election, sex cults and the controversial (among bigots) episode of Arthur. Finally, we lay Game Of Thrones to bed, without having to say something lame like "All Men Must Die" …
 
This week Ben talks about lawsuits against Heavy Metal, how it was part of the panic about satanism and subliminal message in popular culture and how record came to be labeled in the United States. Trigger warnings for suicide and sexual assault. We also chat about the upcoming Australian federal election and clash over the Ted Bundy movie, Extreme…
 
This week Steph tells us about Amway, a Multi Level Marketing company that is definitely not a pyramid scheme. Why you even ask that, the shape is a reverse funnel, didn't you do geometry in school? She informs us about the life destroying joys of becoming an "Independent Business Owner" and the politics of their cretinous founders. We also talk ab…
 
This week Ben talks about threats and attacks against The Beatles, including their tours of Japan, the Philippines and the United States, the knife attack on George Harrison and the shooting of John Lennon. We also chat about feminist banana art in Poland and where we rank on the banana scale. Finally, we discuss Game Of Thrones' biggest battle. If…
 
This week Steph tells us about the arch-enemy of the art historian, The Mona Lisa, how it became famous and the speculation about the painting's meaning and subject. We also chat about previous topics, Marie Kondo and Colonel Sanders. Finally, we discuss the awkward episode of Game Of Thrones and speculate about who will die in the next episode. If…
 
This week Ben tackles a lighter topic, talking about the history of nostalgia band Smash Mouth, the movies featuring their hit song "All Star" and why they are a universally known band about whom people know very little. We also talk about the fire at Notre Dame, the Christian controversy over leggings and the passing of famous fraud Lorraine Warre…
 
This week tells us about how fast fashion, it's destructive effects on the developing world and the environment and what to look for when you pick out your next outfit. We also chat belatedly about the Mueller report, the vegan protest in Melbourne and how Ben hates April Fools Day. Finally, we try to remember Game Of Thrones characters as we antic…
 
In this demo episode (the first ever recorded in the home studio) Ben talks about the theory of Ego Depletion, how it relates to the replication crisis and the general approach of science and psychology to study and test phenomena. We also stumble onto talking about the structure of society, naturally. Ben also goes on banaly about his new Twitter,…
 
In this demo episode, Steph tells us about the War Of The Worlds broadcast, the exaggerated legacy of it's impact and the don't-give-no-damns approach of Orson Welles. We also talk about Donald Trump's fake news awards, his deteriorating condition and pornography (not entirely sure why). If you have a topic you would like either of us to cover, ema…
 
This week Ben talks about incidents involving nuclear weapons, how a number have been lost since their creation in the 20th century and why on earth they still exist. We also talk about the shooting in New Zealand, remember that MySpace still exists and lament Google expanding yet again, this time into video games. If you have a topic you would lik…
 
This week Steph finishes off her discussion of body parts, and then gets into the supposedly haunted Aradale Mental Hospital, its horrific history and the varying experiences of ghost hunters who have visited. We also talk about Kylie Jenner being declared a billionaire, how data and science are still biased against women and how AI is misleadingly…
 
This week Ben talks about Mary Magdalene in the New Testament, how we came to think of her as a repentant prostitute and why she is a hero of Gnostic writings. We also talk about Scott Morrison's very revealing comments on International Women's Day, follow up on how Marie Kondo is not anti-consumerist and read out some spam emails we have received.…
 
This week Steph informs us what's up with our hair, lips and ears. No, seriously, and we are going to talk about other body parts next week. We also chat about have a bearably short tale from the Kardashianverse, talk about the Oscars with Ben having not seen a single movie and get angry about Muffin Break attempting to steal labour for their profi…
 
This week Ben guides us through the terrible plague of the internet, spreading out from the internet's fakeness, how it is controlled by a few terrible companies and the plague of social media. We also manage to chat about why Steph doesn't like money. We also talk about Kim and Kanye's house, Goop coming to Netflix and the confusing, dissapointing…
 
In this very first followup episode, we both discuss Marie Kondo's new TV series, Tidying Up, and and return to the book. We talk about how her philosophy can be unrealistic and one size fits all, we argue about consumerism while basically agreeing and discuss what a better philosophy of happiness at home might look like. We also talk about Lovesyn…
 
In this demo episode (recorded BEFORE the TV show was released) Steph tells us the preoccupation with tidying, Marie Kondo's special brand of the Japanese art and why we need to look beyond just being tidying and question our consumption habits. This is going to form the first part in a two-part series, where next week we will be talking about the …
 
This week Steph tells us about the "tunnel people" in New York, how their lives were documented and the tragedy of homelessness. We also talk at length about the new Theodore Bundy movie and documentary, the perverse fandom that surrounds some serial killers and how this relates to true crime media. If you have a topic you would like either of us t…
 
This week Ben talks about Australia's shameful history of massacres of its indigenous populations, how the History Wars have worked to obscure the truth about colonisation and what are the alternatives to having Australia Day on January 26th. Needless to say, if you are sensitive to this topic take a break from us this week. We also finally talk ab…
 
This week Steph talks about Millennial Burnout, how this generation came to be so disillusioned and what we can do about it. We also chat about Chris Pratt's new diet, Karen Pence's new school and the big president's food at the White House. If you have a topic you would like either of us to cover, email theeclecticast@gmail.com with either "Steph …
 
This week Ben talks about the gasoline pills, liquids and powders, the numerous frauds who tried it and the worrying related story of suppression on the Falun Gong in China. We also talk about older women, their bodies and the impending Bezos divorce. If you have a topic you would like either of us to cover, email theeclecticast@gmail.com with eith…
 
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