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Miles Lewis

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Advancing Eco-Mindfulness through Queer Ecology with Miles Lewis - Ep. 100

EcoJustice Radio

On our 100th episode, we discuss how adopting queer ecology principles can assist in the healing of relations with people and planet, uniting of movements, and solving the climate emergency facing us today. In order to solve social and ecological problems, environmentalists (et al) must disrupt heterosexist notions and reimagine nature, biology, and sexuality.Queering ecology is the act of broadening our understanding of and re-evaluate our relationships with the larger world – a world that is more than human and an ecology that is not binary or dualistic. However, current narratives within the environmental movements can be restrictive, create divides, and stunt our ability to move forward. Tune in to Episode 100 with guest Miles Lewis (public artist, organizer, and educator) [http://mileslewisstudio.com] as we dive into why Queer Ecology is vital to climate and social justice movements. More Info: https://theyearsproject.com/learn/news/queer-ecology/Podcast Website: http://ecojusticeradio.org/Podcast Blog: https://www.wilderutopia.com/category/ecojustice-radio/Support the Podcast: https://socal350.org/contribute-to-socal-350-climate-action/Executive Producer: Jack EidtHost and Producer: Jessica AldridgeEngineer: Blake LampkinShow Created by Mark and JP MorrisMusic: Javier KadryEpisode 100Image: Miles Lewis art

1hr 9mins

28 May 2021

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Talk About Gay Sex TAGSPODCAST

On a new Sex with Steve V. recorded live Sept. 10 Host, Steve V. is welcomes political activist and artist, Miles Lewis who works with Run for Something who breaks down where we're at with our LGBTQ elected officials and points out what we can all do right now by writing to our Senators to pass the Equality Act, plus Kodi and I are talking thrupples, open relationships and glory holes! Follow us @tagspodcastSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/talk-about-gay-sex-tagspodcast/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy


11 Sep 2020

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Civil Rights Icon John Lewis, what he taught all of us. #GoodTrouble

Grandpa Jim

Rep. John Miles Lewis what he taught us. How’s your courage been? Wow, what a tenacious person, someone we can all emulate. Have you jumped out of that airplane yet are you going to approach this year with the courage?


19 Jul 2020

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BSP 051: Moving Mountains by Julie Miles Lewis

Best Seller Podcast

Author of Moving Mountains: Discover the Mountain in You, Julie Miles Lewis wants business leaders or people transitioning from one career to the next to change their perspective and find the ‘mountain within.’ By that, she means seeing obstacles, not as obstacles, but as opportunities to “reach higher perspectives and a new outlook on life.” Lewis recognizes that for people in transition this can be a difficult task, but states that gaining a new perspective is “a great way to get moving when you feel stuck.” She defines resilience as “the ability to bounce back from any setback” and the best way to overcome obstacles is by three core concepts: meditation, coming to your senses and affirmation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


6 Apr 2020

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Miles Lewis – The State of the Paranormal

Radio Misterioso

My longtime friend Miles Lewis and I always have lots to talk about. This time, we started out with a story I read recently that dealt with people taking megadoses (meaning 1000x the normal amount) of LSD and how they might be short-circuiting their brains. With that out of the way, we discussed the new book on Gef, the Talking Mongoose and our recent trip to the Roswell 70th Anniversary festivities and conferences. The talk roamed through a discussion of faked photos and the Stan Romanek drama before taking a detour into the subject of wishing machines. Then, Miles told me about his experience with a torturous mystery “hum” that plagued him for 26 days, and the community of people who hear various anomalous (and long-term) tones and hums. I asked if he wanted to move on to the MUFON “death spiral” as he calls it. He also talked about his many years of experience with the organization at the local level and how this is sometimes very different than the public perception of the group. There was a bit of talk on the scandal of selling confidential results and records of abductee research. For a bit of hope, we discussed how people can create new networks of detection, reporting, and study of UFOs. Photo: Miles speaks at Roswell, 2017 DIRECT LINK

1hr 58mins

3 Sep 2017

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Bizcast :: Julie Miles Lewis - Moving Mountains


Kevin Craine hosts Bizcast and has Julie Miles Lewis on the show to talk about her book "Moving Mountains." In this leadership adventure of stories, wisdom, thought-provoking exercises and actionable ideas, Julie guides you to discover your Inner Mountain and find your path forward emotionally, spiritually, mentally and physically  in business and in life. Moving Mountains is  an unconventional fusion of personal leadership concepts that are easy to action and  implement. A “must read” on the path to success and excellence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


7 Dec 2016