Greetings again! This is Athena Jezik. We’re gonna work on some more videos and explain
some things out. Sciatica seems to be a problem that many
many people suffer from so i thought i would go through a little bit more sciatica work and explanation on how i deal with
sciatica. There’s many different techniques that people have but for me
this has been the most effective and i’m also learning that there’s
different types of things that come from that area. Sciatica usually is pain coming from
about here. When it’s real bad it will run down the leg. It’s a nerve pain so it runs as though it’s a like a hot iron or a hot rod going down the leg. Very uncomfortable. Sometimes there’s pain though in other parts of the hip which isn’t really the classic sciatica but it does still involve things similar because there’s so many nerves that come out of this sacral area. So that’s another thing that i’ve been
discovering. So not everything that happens with the pain and going down the leg is maybe the classic sciatica but it doesn’t matter because in my opinion naming a lot of things
doesn’t really do anything except for make it a disease and then a disease is only by law treatable by the western medical people. So that’s just names and labels. The thing is
we want to get people out of pain. We want to move them into a space of
being able to function well. So in that pain area of the hip impinging nerves and creating bad
sensation or pain down the leg we’ll call that the sciatica pain and of course it comes from here
and I find that it is always got a direct connection to the
positioning of the sacrum that also has a direct connection to the
position of the sphenoid bone at the occipital base and I’m gonna show you a little bit of this… I’ll just show it to you now. Excuse me it’s early in the morning and I’m kind of foggy today. So the sacrum is sitting here and in that sacral bone there is a lot of nerves that come out from here. These little holes are where they come
out of so if that is position a little bit
crooked on there, which happens quite a bit then we’re gonna have this pressure. The nerves are not going to be coming
out with the proper alignment and the nerves are gonna have pressure on them when they are twisted a little bit. sometimes this bone can be in a
position that’s a little more like this or it can also be an a combination of
that particular pattern so it’s important to be able to allow this bone to be able to lengthen down. This is something better done if the body can do it itself. If it’s forced into it, it doesn’t always mean that it’s going to hold because there’s a bunch of stuff
underneath there. The network of the facial structure,
the membranes under that that will twist like a nylon stocking and so if it’s forced back it will go back but because of the
underlying structures there it will pull it back into that odd position. This is translating up into the head and
because I’m a cranial sacral therapist and I’ve been doing it for so many
years I have a lot of understanding how these connections are made. So right in there where the purple and the yellow come
together is the sphenobasilar junction. The sphenoid bone is the yellow bone right here and so that bone touches all the other
bones and it does relate directly to the sacrum at this joint. So if this sacral structure is sideways, crooked on there, that’s going to be placed and it’s going to be
like so The same thing is gonna happen at at the head.
This sphenoid bone is going to be out in a similar manner because it’s a counterbalance for what’s
going on with the body. So it keeps things balanced so that we feel somewhat straight. So that’s areas that I look for in work around low back pain particularly down in the sacral area. I do not like to do the hard pushing with the elbow. For one thing You can get through muscles that way but your elbows are not very sensitive as to what you’re really doing and what structures
you’re on and i have found that when i’ve tried to
work elbows even forearms the bones and the bony surfaces.. it’s just too rough.
I don’t feel good about it. It doesn’t feel productive so I don’t
use that method. Also sometimes when the nerve is affected there’s inflammation. So in
my opinion the way that I see things is by driving yourself into that nerve, through those muscles with a bunch
of inflammation going on is not really going to help the problem. So there’s little things like that that I pay attention to that I don’t know if many other people take a lot of
that into account because we do get sort of a technique
to loosen things up and it doesn’t always provide for us the thoughts of what’s
happening at the subtle anatomy level. So I test this just by checking at
the occipital base and at the sacrum to see the position of everything and once the position is established then I can go in and work with the sacrum
in order to correct it. Sometimes this will be corrected quickly
and sometimes it’s not corrected as quickly and I believe that a lot of that is
because it’s maybe not a true quote “sciatica” but there’s other
stuff going on maybe in the hip joint. There might be some kind of misalignment
in the pubic arch. There might be some kind of a rotation in the hip as well so other things have to happen. So here I’m just giving a little drag on the sacrum and letting it loosen up and letting it
swim around and my other hand is at the occipital base. Just steadying the dural tube. And so there I just wait a little while and then I will soften the muscle area around
there. I work really differently. It just kind of depends. So much of my work is intuitive. There’s
somewhat of a protocol that I follow but each person presents things
differently. No two bodies are ever the same. No injury patterns are ever the same. So flexibility is important to be able
to move from various techniques and not follow things too rigidly particularly in pain
problems and issues Then the other thing that i will do is
to get my finger at the base of the sacrum… Excuse me, at L5 S1, which is right in this area here L5 S1 so try to put some distance between there
because that’s where the jamming probably tends to be. Sometimes it’s at the coccyx. And I’ll show you that technique as well. So with that you just do a little
stretching integrating in with the muscles integrating in with the tissues and then just waiting for it to move. This is going face down. There is a better way to do the sacral pull when they are on their back but this way will also open it up. Either way is fine and my other hand
up here is also feeling some rotation and some movement coming up the spine. So as one area of the spine is off every
little vertebrae is affected to some degree. There’s a little bit of adjustment that they
have to make in order to keep the misalignment aligned and the bodies just gonna do that it’s
gonna work within the framework that it has and it’s gonna normalize whether a pattern
is there. And so there now we’re getting it softened
and now there’s a little bit of a stretch happening. I’m stretching downward with the hand
that’s on the L5 S1. And I am taking a little bit of a stretch upward. Just a little traction. No deeper than the fascial level. So we have skin, fluid, then fascia. So I’m three layers down and giving a little stretch there and i’m feeling quite a bit of rumbling
going on and there is a separation happening between L5 S1 And it just swims around and the sacrum is trying right now to find its way back to the proper position. It’s a good idea, if you know cranial
work to also balance it at the spenoid level because the sphenoid bone, if not corrected, can pull this thing out. Sometimes this
will correct the sphenoid bone but it’s a good idea to check both. She just had a couple pulses. There’s
a lot of activity going on. Even though she’s not suffering from sciatica or any kind of hip serious pain problems there’s still a
lot of activity going on, which is correcting little misalignments in there, which is a reason that we should be paying attention to maintenance. Even though we’re not hurting, we might
wanna have some kind of session just for tweaking. I see a number of people who come in regularly every four to six weeks just to be
tweaked with cranial work And I myself have an hour and a half
session with somebody once a month. And I love it when I get it. It took me a while to find somebody that I felt was at my capacity. Okay and then the other position is just
to lay the hand on the sacrum here and curl the fingers at L5 S1
and give a little bit of traction this way. This is a little tricky because you have
to keep the palm of the hand pretty secure and the fingers have to bend so there’s quite a lot of technique in the hands in order to get the right feeling. And the
hands have to work independently because I’m right at the sacral coccyx junction and I’m stretching
downward on that while I’m allowing the movement, which is a little
bit of a swaying motion at L5 S1.
There’s a downward traction as well as this being loose to be able to align. at the same time it’s being tractioned downward. Okay and there’s some movement happening. These techniques will usually give quite a
bit of change to the pain. It doesn’t mean that one time is going
to give total remedy to the problem but it does begin to correct that space. Once that’s corrected then we can go in
and also work into the muscles, much deeper into the musculature. And the only reason i work into the
musculature is to loosen the muscles so that they’re not sinching down around those
nerves because if they are sinching around those nerves then they are not gonna let go really easy even though the
alignment happens so i just worked really deeply into these glutial muscles for the purpose of the muscle again, not the purpose of the nerve. And I’m careful if I go into the
area where the sciatic is the main place where you can feel it. I do not go into that with a lot of
deep pressure because again I don’t like going into the inflamed areas and I don’t like going
into pain with a lot of pressure. I don’t think in my work it gives me the better results. Okay and then up front and there is many areas of the hip to take and loosen. And along the ridge of the hip as well coming from the sacrum. Working all that. And of course both sides are benefited. I won’t do too much on this side. Both sides have benefited by that. You can even go into the attachments of
the hamstrings. In fact it’s a good idea to make sure
that the quadriceps and hamstrings are well stretched. With this there’s also
some stretches that can be done with the leg, but I will show that at another time So basically what i do is corrected the position of the sacrum to alleviate the pain of the sciatic pain or hip pain. Thank you very much! This is Athena Jezik. Please subscribe to our channel and you should also visit our new website because we have over 1300 videos on our channel I know it can be a little difficult to navigate and find the videos that you want to see
but if you visit us at Psychetruth.net you’ll be able to find the videos you want to see and watch them there. So we encourage you to go to Psychetruth next time you want
to search for something and we look forward to seeing you again soon!
So this is the tutorial on carving your relief block. At this point you have already made your drawing. My drawing as you can see is on a piece of clear film. You’re gonna take your
drawing, your drawing should be wrong reading, it should be in reverse, you’re going to take it and you are going to cover the back of it with a 6B or 8B pencil, if you have it
you can also use a conté crayon which works very well to. You are going to
cover back at the drawing, make sure that you
have graphite or conté on all the lines you need to transfer
to your block and you know give it a good covering, the more you have on their the
more its gonna transfer and the easier it will be to get your
image transferred to your linoleum block. So I’m just going to finish covering it and get rid of the access
graphite and then I’m going to lay it onto my block that is the same size as my paper gonna position it where it needs to go and then before I do anything else, so it doesn’t move during transfer, I’m gonna tape it down. I’m gonna tape it in areas that are non-image areas, that way
I don’t have to try to, um, transfer over the tape. So you know, think it through, if that means
tearing some tape smaller pieces so you can place it places where there are
is no image to transfer then um, that’s what you need to do. So you want to tape it so that it is stable and it’s not gonna move on you during the transfer process. The next step is to
transfer the drawing and to do that you need a ballpoint pen and you’re just gonna apply some
pressure and basically redraw your drawing onto the block. So, the nib of the pen is going to transfer the graphite that’s below onto the Block. You don’t want to push so hard that you indent your block because if you make a mistake you don’t
want to have an indentation that could possibly print. You want to think about this
thickness of the line that you’re transferring the nib of the ball point pen is
quite thin so if you want to transfer a larger line, you need to draw around the contours for that line. Otherwise you’re just gonna get a thin
line transferred and during carving you may not remember
that that line is suppose to be thick and you me carve it to thin. So make sure
you pay attention to the thickness of the lines because drew those lines for reason and
you wanna make sure that they are part of the final print. During the
transfer if you wanna check your drawing you can,
what’s nice about having the drawing taped down is that you can pick up a corner and have a look to make sure that your transferring correctly. So as you are transferring you are also going transfer graphite into other areas that are not image areas that’s not a big deal you can
always remove that afterwards or before proofing, it will come off during the proofing process, so it’s not really something to
worry about you can always use a bridge to keep your
hand off the surface but here is the drawing now transferred
to the block. the first step in carving is to create what I call the moat So, what the moat does is protect image areas from being carved away by your
tools by your gouges. So, you are going to take an x-acto knife, put a nice fresh blade in there and you’re basically gonna go around all
lines that you are using as the contours for your image area. Your going to follow along the edge to the
line at a 45 degree angle in one direction
and then cut the opposite direction 45 degree angle
as well. So that’s going to create a little
V moat around each of the lines for your image area. This is a very crucial parts to things that you really don’t want to be cutting free hand. Something
that’s organic for instance when I go to cut the hair here in the block, that I’ll do a little more free hand but these straight lines and specific contours I’m going to
use them moat technique to protect my image area and to you make sure that the lines that I
create are clean and crisp. So, every line that you want to preserve needs to have a moat around it. The depth of the moat doesn’t have to be very deep it just needs to be so that your two 45 degree cuts are going to join to make that V shaped line around your contours. In terms of safety you are using an x-acto blade of course is a sharp pointed blade so you
wanna be cautious of that but you know I’ve seen as those blades snap so you don’t again need to put down so much pressure that you are bending that blade and possibly running the risk of it snapping. In terms of hand placement I’ll cover this
more when we go to the actual use of tools, always try to cut away from your
hand, is kinda funny, because here you’re kinda
cutting towards yourself but you’re more likely to slip with your
hand and cut your other hand than to drag the tool all the way and cut yourself. I always stress when you’re working on
woods cut or relief prints standing up is the best way to work.
Sitting down, especially at the tables that we have at the school, those tables are really low and you don’t really want to place
yourself into that close of a proximity with these tools that you gonna be using
to cut. So my moats are all done now so the next step would be to cut. So you have a speedball tool, I have two
different types of cutting tools here we have the same types of gouges. So there you can see that that is a U gouge. The gouge end is shaped like a U and that’s gonna give you curvilinear line when you’re cutting, larger gouges will take out more material than the smaller gouges.This is a V shaped gouge, so this is gonna give you a V shaped cut. Depending on how deep you push your gouge into the material that will alter the width of the cut. So, what I’m using here is a Japanese handle
U gouge and I’m gonna place it in my non-image area and I’m going to remove the
material. You can actually see you there That the moat is protecting the image area and I’m able to cut quite close to my line because of that
moat that’s there. So this larger tool is a tool that I would use for cleaning out larger areas. Its going to leave a wide mark and with these prints a lot of the
visual vocabulary that you have is based on the
marks that you create. So there you see the v-shaped was
leaving a thinner mark and a less curvilinear mark in
terms and the shape of the mark its making and then you’ve also got
at your disposal like a pointless I would say or a
staccato like cut where you can chip away at the
block and leave and texturized surface. Any mark you make
on the block with your tool is going to print so as we discussed when we introduced
this project anything that’s raised is gonna
print. So you can make different textures and
create different types of marks with your tools that are going leave
different types of, um, information in the block for the print. Things to think about, the direction of
your marks, the depth of your marks, the size of your marks. So, if you are going to use the same type of
mark everywhere then trying to vary the size of the lines
are gonna be using or the depth of them, um, by depth I mean the harder you push
down with the tool the wider the lines gonna be, so you can vary the types of marks you make that way. This is a a a flat gouge which is used
to clean out areas when you remove large areas like what I did down there in the corner you’re gonna get little raised surfaces that will be the artifact left behind
after the gouge so those could possibly hold ink. They’re raised surfaces, so you want to
remove them. Also when you have an area like what you
see there in the corner the paper could very easily touch down
on the area So you want to make sure that it’s going to be really clear from the roller height so that it the
roller won’t touch anything in there and create in inking where you don’t want
the inking to happen. Now you could cut a shape up the block here, I could cut out the shape of this block and that’s one way to deal with this but
I like to have a original shape of the block for
registration that is something, when as you start to
create shaped blocks, which is something that also occurs if you carve too deeply
because you cut right through the linoleum and into the burlap it makes
registration a bit more difficult so don’t push down so far with your
gouge that you actually hit the burlap or cut through the burlap
because once you start doing that once you start
making holes in the bottom you’re going to alter the integrity
of the block and it may not register well, it may not print well, it may start to fall apart, all kinds
of things so you don’t want to cut too deeply
with your tools. Again, I’m being very cautious to remain
between the moats I’ve created in my block already with my x-acto
knife, and what you gonna see me do is just going around the block and
remove the materials that I don’t want in my print. At no time do you see me while working
cut towards my hand that’s holding a block, in the classroom
we provide you with bench hooks they’re there so that you
don’t hurt yourself it’s a common enough occurrence for
students to cut themselves while carving so you have to be cautious and make sure
that your aware of the manner which you’re holding
your tools. So this is a fair enough warning to you, you’ve heard me say it in class, and I’m saying here again that hurting yourself is not a proper
excuse for turning work late. Now in classroom we only have so many bench hooks so you have to share or you can simply make your own. I advise that, it’s not a difficult thing to do and
it’s quite easy. Here you can see the difference between
the height of my image area and my none image area. You need to make sure that
the difference in height is enough so that the hard durometer
brayer will not touch the parts of your block
that are not any image area.
Hey, what’s up guys Scott Herman here from muscularstrength.com now Whether you’re doing deadlifts squats Overhead pressing rowing or even curling many of you are finding it difficult to lift heavy weights or increase the intensity of your workouts because of lower back pain But that doesn’t necessarily mean that you have a weak lower back Granted there could be some form issues here that need to be dealt with some of the exercises I just mentioned But any part of your body is going to stop bothering you if you’re constantly abusing it with training and neglecting recovery or stretching Constant abuse equals tight muscles guys, and it’s that constant tension That’s causing all kinds of issues for you as well as your lower back pain So I’m going to provide you with two easy fixes that Everyone can do before and after their workouts to open up and relax the lumbar spine as well as the surrounding muscles so that you can progressively Overload with heavier weights without worrying about taking a trip to snap city So the first fix is taking the lower back through its natural range of motion This is important because if your lower back does not have full mobility across all planes of motion This means flexion extension and rotation Training with these limitations can lead to a serious injury so with that in mind I want you guys to drop to the floor so we can perform an alternating toe to hand touch Followed by a scorpion to do a toe to hand touch guys start off by laying with your back on the floor Next lift your right leg into the air and then twist and rotate your right leg towards your left hand While trying to keep your torso in contact with the floor the entire time Try to really feel the twist and stretch across the lower back and mid-back while opening up your thoracic spine Then repeat with the opposite leg and continue to go back and forth for 10 to 12 reps Always staying in control of the movement then as soon as you’re done You’re going to roll over onto your stomach and perform the same movement Of trying to bring your left foot to your right hand and then alternating with that same motion using your other leg This is called a scorpion, and you will again repeat this for 10 to 12 repetitions This combo of rehab prehab exercises is going to get some blood into the area warm up the lower back muscles and take way any tension that you might be holding in that region and remember you are to do this for one to two sets before and After training and for the second fix you’re going to learn how to activate your glutes Properly so now that your back is stretched out and not tense anymore It’s time to fire up your glutes and hamstrings the way they were meant to be trained The problem is however that most people’s lower backs are far too powerful Tensed up and end up overtaking any movement, which causes pain and discomfort This is why you usually see people’s hips shoot up first when they deadlift vs. lifting the bar but by pushing through their legs and hips So what you need to do instead is learn to activate your body’s most powerful muscle group Which is the glutes and hamstrings combo for this fix will utilize an exercise that is also present in my fix anterior pelvic tilt in three easy steps video and Here’s how you can do it what you’re going to do is lie on your back with your feet on the ground and make sure That there’s no gap between your back and the floor once in place push through your heels and extend your hips toward the ceiling Flexing your glutes and hamstrings as much as possible as soon as you extend your glutes You’re not going to just stop when your body’s in a straight line You’re going to flex your glutes as hard as you can and get a slight Hyperextension at the top of the movement. This is how you fully engage your glutes when doing a glute bridge Then you’re going to hold this position for 20 seconds come back down to the starting position Rest for a second then go back up for another 20 seconds repeating this for a total of 10 repetitions Next as soon as all 10 repetitions are complete You’re going to rest for about 60 seconds and then complete a total of 3 working sets guys I know it takes time to warm up and perform movements like this, but these are the things that prevent injuries And if you’re currently feeling pain and discomfort when you squat or bench or overhead press or curl It’s only a matter of time before a more serious injury Finds you be sure to give the video a thumbs up and if you have questions or future video Suggestions leave them down in that comment section it has always more good stuff coming soon. See ya guys
your TARDIS into a deadly trap, and even you will not suspect until it’s far too late.
really should turn the speaker off. What? Ho- my dear Doctor, after our many centuries
of conflict, naturally I wished you to know that your certain death … is now … certain!
Zaston 4. You only turned the picture off, I’m afraid.
I can still hear you. I know that … of course I know that … curse
you! And I wanted to talk to you anyway, I have
some news that even my arch enemy needs to hear. Meet me on the planet Tursurus in two
hours, relative time. And do try not to be late.
Mock me while you may, Doctor. My revenge will be all the sweeter. And it will be a
deadly vengeance! It will be the deadly vengeance of deadly … revenge!
the most kindly and peace-loving race I’ve ever encountered, and yet the most shunned
and abhorred species in all history. Why? They could communicate only be precisely-modulated
gastric emission. Oh no! Planet of the bottom-burpers! So what
happened to them? They discovered fire. Oh!
set foot on this planet for a hundred years, you thought you had escaped my traps of death
— but you forget, Doctor. I too have a TARDIS. When you told me to meet you at Castle Tursurus,
I simply travelled back in time a hundred years — and I bribed the architect! Say hello
to the Spikes of Doom. Say hello to the Sofa of Reasonable Comfort!
Naturally I anticipated your journey back in time, and so I travelled slightly further
back – and bribed the architect first. Or so you think! Naturally I anticipated your
travelling back in time, so I travelled back in time to an even further point — and I
bribed the architect first!
back to an even further point- -Doctor will you stop showing off, you’ve
got something to tell the Master, just tell him!
Very well. I recently calculated that I have saved every planet in the known universe a
minimum of twenty-seven times. But you know, I have grown weary of all the evil in the
cosmos. All the cruelty, all the suffering. All those endless gravel quarries. And so
I have decided to retire, settle down – and get married.
What?! Yes. Without even knowing I was looking, I
have found a woman to love. A woman more fascinating than all my travels through time and space.
A girl more exciting than an escape up a ventilation shaft. A lover more thrilling than an army
of cybernetic slugs. Ugh — sadly doctor I cannot wish you a long
and happy marriage. Because the moment I’m done with this nauseating conversation, I
shall travel back in time once more — and buy the architect an expensive dinner, and
suggest he puts a lever just here — and a trap door leading to the vast and disgusting
sewers of Tursurus — exactly there! Prepare for five hundred miles of fear and faeces!
Goodbye forever, Mr and Mrs Doctor!
you won’t be able to have dinner with the architect — although in fact, he’s already
eaten, because I had dinner with him and suggested he place the trap door right here. Come along,
my dear. Not so fast! How can he be here? He just fell in the sewers!
And why is he so much older? Because it’s taken me three hundred and twelve
years to climb out of those sewers! And then naturally you found your TARDIS and
travelled back in time to the present day — no doubt to wreak one of your terrible
revenge things. Yes — but this time I did not come alone!
accompany me — because only the Daleks don’t have noses.
SO DOCTOR, WE MEET AGAIN Yes, how are things? Observe, Doctor! I am no longer merely a Time
Lord! My body has been augmented — by superior Dalek technology!
So what can you do with that, then? What? You don’t know, do you? EXTERMINATE, EXTERMINATE, EXTERMINATE-
Stop, no! After three hundred and twelve years of climbing through the biggest and most disgusting
sewers in the cosmos … after three centuries of wading through those vast, steamy lakes
— climbing those huge, squelchy mountains … after a lifetime of only dung-slugs for
food and the occasional company on those long, lonely nights … after all that, I’m going
to kill the Doctor myself! With my own, bare hands! Die, Doctor! Die!
Don’t worry. I believe he knows the way out.
… in a sodding sewer! This way!
This way! EXTERMINATE, EXTERMINATE, EXTERMINATE, EXTERMINATE,
EXTERMINATE After them, you fools! Get them! Nine hundred
and thirty-six years … in a sewer. Wait for me, wait for me.
These corridors all look the same! We should be safe in here. EXTERMINATE, EXTERMINATE
So, given that exterminating you would be the most sensible thing to do, why do they
always change their minds at the last moment? I’ll explain later.
Behold! Once again I have been augmented by superior Dalek technology, rejuvenating my
physical form and granting me even more power over the cosmos.
And, I notice — breasts. They’re not breasts, okay! They’re Dalek bumps.
They can detect ion-charged emissions, and operate as etheric beam locators, at a distance
of up to twenty thousand light-years!
What are you trying to say? Oh … nothing. Why are the Daleks helping you? What are you
giving them in return? I have granted them secrets of the Zectronic
energy beam. Oh no, you fool — with a Zectronic energy
beam the Daleks will be able to conquer the entire universe within minutes.
With just a beam? How?! I’ll explain later.
PREPARE TO OPERATE THE ZECTRONIC BEAM IN FIVE DALEK MINUTES
I obey. You may conquer the universe but you’ll have
to share it with the beard and the bosoms over there.
THE MASTER WILL BE EXTERMINATED WHEN HE HAS SERVED HIS PURPOSE
us. But how are you going to tell him without
the Daleks hearing? They’ll exterminate you on the spot if you say anything! I think we’ve
really had it this time! Don’t cancel our wedding yet my darling, there’s
just one thing you’ve forgotten. What? Daleks don’t have noses! Scraping the barrel a bit there aren’t you?
Think, my dear! Back on Tursurus the Master and I both bribed the castle architect — not
only do I speak perfect Tursurun, but so does he!
You mean? Yes — I can communicate the master with carefully
controlled breaking of wind. Could I be tied to a different chair?
SILENCE Why do you have chairs on a Dalek spaceship
anyway? WE WILL EXPLAIN LATER.
Danger? [Fart noise]
[Sniffing] You are facing certain doom? Certain doom?!
as soon as you twiddy heepy jeep weep- Sorry, that was me.
CEASE THIS COMMUNICATOR – YOU HAVE BETRAYED THE DALEKS. EXTERMINATE, EXTERMINATE
will now not only explode, it will implode! We’re doomed!
PREPARE THE ZECTRONIC BEAM It is beyond my abilities. Only the Doctor
can do it! Help him! He’s dying! Yes, my darling?
I think not, my child. This is only his ninth body. He has many, many more. Behold! The
miracle of the Time Lord! Oh, sorry about that — I thought I’d just
slip into something more comfortable. Result — cute, sexy, and lick-the-mirror handsome.
I remember you, don’t I? Then you still fear me, Doctor? You’re the camp one.
I’m not camp! Oh yeah? Nice tits!
Bumps. I remember you lot, of course. And er — you’re
my … fiancé? You remember me then! How could I possibly forget the only time-travelling
companion I ever had? You’ve had lots of companions.
The only time-travelling companion I ever … had.
Oh, right. It’s still me in here, Emma. These old hearts
are still yours. Do you still love me in my new body?
Actually I don’t think I’ll have too much of a problem with that — back to the TARDIS!
ELECTRONIC BEAM CONTROLLER IS GOING TO EXPLODE HELP US DOCTOR, AND YOUR LIFE WILL BE SPARED
get a bottle of good champagne, when you come out we’ll start celebrating the beginning
of our new life together. Great!
I think in my new body I’m going to be particularly good at rewiring
Doctor?! Ah! You’re my fiancé, aren’t you. Oh dear
… seem to be a bit shy of girls now. One of the problems of changing personas, they’re
so unpredictable! Doctor, look at me!
In a minute — oh dear, another girl! I’m not a girl, Doctor, I’ve told you before
— these are Dalek bumps. They can locate etheric beam emissions, and … everything
… So, er — you don’t want to try again, do
you? Yes, probably not a bad idea, actually — shouldn’t
be too much of a problem — actually I think the problem’s probably located in this area.
Result! Oh dear, now look at that, I’ve gone and used
up three whole bodies in just under a minute and all because I forgot to unplug first,
that really was terribly silly of me. Sorry about that, my dear. Bit unfortunate.
have realised IF THE DOCTOR WILL SAVE THE DALEKS HIS LIFE
WILL BE SPARED No! His life is already lost — that was a
discharge of pure Zectronic energy. Even a Time Lord cannot survive its terrible power.
But he can just change again, can’t you Doctor! I’m afraid not, my dear. Zectronic energy
— too powerful. It has destroyed my ability to regenerate. I’m afraid this is … the
end. Look after the universe for me. I’ve put a lot of work into it.
But how can we look after it, without you? I’ll … explain …
Doctor! Listen to me! You can’t die, you’re too … you’re too nice! Too brave! Too kind!
And far, far too silly … you’re like Father Christmas! The wizard of Oz! Scooby-Doo! And
I love you very much. And we all need you. And you simply cannot die!
He was the best and bravest of all my foes. From this day forward I will renounce evil,
and follow the path of goodness to honour my fallen foe.
THE DOCTOR SAVED THE DALEKS. THE DALEKS TOO WILL HONOUR THEIR MORTAL ENEMY
He was never cruel, and never cowardly. And it’ll never be safe to be scared again.
Maybe even the universe can’t bear to be without the Doctor.
Emma, look! I’ve got etheric beam locators! No, Doctor. I’m afraid those are actual breasts.
Are you sure? I think I can see the on switch! No Doctor, we have to face facts — you’ve
come back to life and this time, you’re a woman.
Really?! I’ve always wanted to get my hands on one of these!
Unfortunately I haven’t. Your mother’s going to get a bit of a surprise
at the wedding, isn’t she! Do you think we’ll both wear white?
I’m afraid, Doctor — and I’m not sure this sentence has ever been used so completely
accurately before, but — you’re just not the man I fell in love with.
Well, never mind. We can still rattle around the universe, fighting monsters and saving
planets, what could be more fun? My best friend by my side, my trusty TARDIS — and of course,
my sonic screwdriver.
Doctor, stop that! Doctor I have to say, you are rather … gorgeous!
I’m not bad, am I? And come to think of it, you’re a great deal more attractive than I
remember. Why, thank you.
Tell me, why do they call you the Master? … I’ll explain later.
When the 2019 Rules let you lift your ball to take relief instead of playing it as it lies… You will be allowed to either use your original ball or substitute and use a different ball. In the 2019 Rules, you are allowed to substitute a ball when taking free relief… as well as when taking penalty relief. This player is substituting a ball when taking free relief from a cart path.
So, you’ve got some back pain from working in that office all day in that sort of hunched over position I’m Jean and today I’m going to show you a stretch to relieve some of that pain and tension So, starting off you’re going to be lying on your
side with your palms and arms stretched out in front. Inhaling to begin as you exhale, you’re going to reach that top
arm up, and let your gaze follow your hand as
you open up that chest Once you’re in the stretch, you’ll inhale and feel a
nice stretch here in your pecs and your ribs and exhale, coming all the way back. This stretch in particular is more for your upper spine. I’m going to show show you one for your low back. Lying on your back with your knees and ankles glued together again you’re going to inhale to start and
as you exhale let those knees drop to the side and again feeling a nice stretch here at your
side inhale when you’re in the stretch and exhale coming all the way back You’ll do each of these exercises five times
on each side twice a day. I hope this helps your stiff back.
Hey guys welcome back to the channel! I
have got some foot massage reflexology sandals to show you today. These are from BYRIVER and they come in various sizes and colors right now I have the large
alright so you might notice that these sandals are not as fashionable as you
might think but that’s because they’re not designed
to be fashionable they are designed to provide foot therapy they can
particularly help with plantar fascitis which is a common foot problem that can
be very painful for a lot of people and wearing these can give you some relief
now I don’t have that condition but I do get sore feet a lot from walking certain
exercise you know just everyday things so these would be a great addition to
your health and beauty products if you are prone to any sort of foot pain
here’s a closer look at each sandal itself these little point acupuncture
points right here go up and down when you put pressure so if you put your foot
in don’t get it go down just giving you a better look
now these straps up here are adjustable so depending on your foot size foot
width how thick the socks are you have on you know that’s up to you
now these can be a little bit uncomfortable when you first put them on
if you’re not used to this particular type of shoe I put these on for about 10
minutes before this video and I will say I didn’t have any pain but I kind of
felt a lot better for some reason maybe just some extra pressure I was used to
but they do certainly work these are not designed to be worn at all times they
recommend start starting with about 15 minutes a day and you can wear them with
or without socks it’s more comfortable to start with socks in my purse
piñon especially if you’re not used to them as I did mention earlier they do
come in other colors I do have this color right here as you can see the
little acupuncture points are a little bit different but you still get the same
experience all right so I’m going to show you what these look like on my feet
and I’m wearing the large ones it’s just in case you were wondering and they do
come in small and medium as well all right so these are the large ones as
they just mentioned and if you want a reference I’m about a 11 and a half to
12 in women’s 10 and a half and men’s I can certainly feel the acupressure
points beneath my feet and I also see why you should wear them starting 15
minutes a day I don’t think I could wear this a whole day and I’m glad they
recommend not to I am sure whatever however you put long you decide to put
these on before you are going to get relief I just taking it off like already
a lot better also I don’t know if I did show you this or not but um the top is
adjustable right here so depending on your foot size you can change that well
yeah overall like they’re comfortable but you know comfortable in a sort of
healing way definitely not going to want to wear this the entire day good foot
therapy definitely something you should consider purchasing if you are in that
area of pain where you are walking all day right maybe you’re a runner you are
on your feet a lot maybe fast-food or any type of blue-collar job this would
be great for when you come home decompress
yeah it does come with an extra set of little acupressure points just in case
you break one or something happens there is an extra for you to change out if you
need to that’s a good thing to have as well
alright so that is a look at the foot massage reflexology sandals by BYRIVER
please check the description section below for any information and
please like this video and subscribe to our Channel
thanks for watching you
Today we are here with Direct Relief. The
donations that came in for the persons down at our hospitals in Grand Bahama
and our connection in Abaco. This relief came in time and very very timely
because Direct Relief knows exactly what we needed and all of the medical and
surgical and pharmaceutical items are on point. They are going to bring relief to
the people of Grand Bahama and Abaco and so on behalf of the Bahamas government
as all of the people in the Bahamas, we say thank you very much for much needed supplies that will go a long way in bringing relief to our patients and
Hey everybody! Today I’m gonna talk with you about the stage of grief that nobody talks about. So stay tuned. So like I said, today I’m gonna talk with you about the stage of grief that no one actually talks about, and that is the potential feeling of relief. And I don’t mean that when someone that we don’t like passes away, or someone who’s been horrible to us, maybe an abuser. That’s not what I’m talking about. What I’m talking about is when we have a loved one who slowly declines and maybe we’re their caretaker, maybe we’re their spouse, maybe we’re their child and we’ve had to take care of them, right? We can feel a sense of relief when they pass away. And that doesn’t make you a bad person. And I think that because nobody talks about this, a lot of people walk around with guilt for having this feeling. And so my hope today is that we talk about it so that you know that that feeling is okay and it’s normal and it’s part of the grieving process too. No one enjoys watching a loved one suffer. Anybody we care about, we want to make sure they’re happy and healthy too. But there are things like cancer, alzheimer’s, just to name a couple. There are hundreds and hundreds of diseases and issues that people can go through that put them in a declining health situation where we kind of slowly watch them die and it is really, really difficult. I can even speak personally. When my dad passed away it wasn’t like – boom! he just passed away – he was ill for a while and if that had prolonged, let’s say years and years and years, even though I think it was probably about 2 years long, it was really hard on my mom and she was essentially his caretaker and I’m sure and I actually know, because she’s the one that requested this video – hi mom! – that when you watch someone pass away and when they finally do, you have a sense of relief because no one likes to see anyone suffer, and watching them decline and potentially lose a part of themselves. And so, when we know the suffering is over, there is a sense of relief. We feel better knowing that they’re, if you believe, in a better place. Or at least the suffering has ended. And for those of us who are their caretakers, it can be really emotionally and physically exhausting to do that. We may have to get up in the middle of the night. We may have to make ER runs. We may have to give them injections every day. Who knows? There’s no end to the amount of things that we may have to do to take care of a loved one whose health is declining. And that can be really taxing on ourselves. And so, along with watching them decompensate, we may be decompensating. And so I think it’s really important that we recognize the relief may be another stage of grief and it should probably be added in, especially for those that have long-term illnesses. The main point of this video is to let you know that you are not alone. I honestly think that this should be another stage of grief because sometimes this is the initial response. Like, “Oh, it’s over. They don’t have to suffer anymore. I don’t have to give them sponge baths every day and deal with – explain to them who their children are again.” And all of that can be very painful for them and for you. And so know that relief is a very normal experience and the best thing that I can recommend for all of you – I actually went through some training at a hospice for grief and grieving counseling down in San Diego – and many hospices and hospitals offer grief counseling and they offer support groups for caregivers. And I would encourage you to get on that. Get in that. It’s so helpful to hear from other people. Hear their stories, hear what they’re going through and recognize all the things that you think are bad or you should feel guilty about are normal and it’s okay. And there’s nothing like hearing other stories and feeling supported by people going through the same thing. And so if you can find a hospice or a hospital in your area that offers those, please, please, please sign up and give it a try. You don’t have to talk the first time or say anything, but it can just feel really good to know that you’re not alone in these feelings because relief is okay. When suffering happens, when it ends, there’s relief. Right? There’s no guilt that needs to be associated with that. And the sooner we can start talking about it and processing it, the less we feel like we need to hide in the shadows and pretend that it doesn’t exist. I hope that you found this video helpful. I know that grief is a really tricky subject to talk about, but the more we talk about it – I know myself personally, the more I talk about it – the less it bubbles up in bizarre situations, the less I cry randomly. It really makes everything better. And sometimes just talking about this can take a little load off our own shoulders and help us feel a little bit better. So use the comments section to help that because we’re a community, we’re working together. And if you want to check out my other video about grief and grieving, you can click here and I will see you next time. Neither mic was on so nothing got recorded. What do you mean we made 12 videos and none of them recorded? Start over. So today I’m gonna talk with you about grief and grieving in a different – I know dust your shoulders off… I don’t even know what the words are… Subtitles by the Amara.org community