Daya talks with Kyle Meredith about her new singles, including “Bad Girl", which showcase a personal and artistic rebirth. The 22-year-old pop artist talks about finding her own sound, singing about her own sexuality, injecting her love of all things David Lynch, crossing genres and eras, and exploring the darker side of pop music. Follow on Facebook | Podchaser | Twitter--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
LYNN KAPLAN: TM & THE DAVID LYNCH FOUNDATION: EP. 86
THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
Transcendental Méditation teacher LYNN KAPLAN explains the power of TM to transcend the stress of daily living and experience peaceful serenity and mental clarity to enhance our lives. She talks about her work at THE DAVID LYNCH FOUNDATION wheose mission is to serve communities such as veterans, schools and those in addiction recovery to learn TM techniques as means of stress reduction,healing trauma and increasing the jpy of living.
Carl speaks to multi-talented Copenhagen musician Emma Acs, about her career so far and how she’s staying sane through lockdown life. They then take a deep dive into the life and work of her favourite auteur, David Lynch. Other topics include: living in LA, Emma’s infatuation with XXXTENTACION and the emo-rap scene, Eraserhead, and the power of sunshine!
#22 Navigating uncertainty through times of crisis with David Lynch
Let's talk ...
"values-led project management is the way to solve complex problems" In this episode of let's talk David and I delve into his wealth of experience in dealing with uncertainty in times of crisis and look at the learnings that we can use for both leadership, and managing the current pandemic. We discuss building resilience, using cultural understanding as a lever for change and how we react to familiar structures and cultural codes in times of crisis. We look at the need for a more collective approach to changing for the better; focusing on values such as altruism, happiness, justice, empathy, compassion and honesty - qualities that authentic leaders embrace to 'tell it like it is' and make positive changes on the ground. As with any sustainable change initiative, starting small and amplifying throughout your given environment to create impact is the way forward. David shares his wealth of experience and insight from working with countries, organisations and communities both big and small from across the globe. The main insights you'll get from this episode are : thinking differently and building resilience, both physically and mentally, requires a common framework and shared values; particularly in times of crisis and when facing difficult, complex problems, values-led project management is crucialit is likewise essential to understand other cultures and ask the question 'how' (e.g. how to bring about change?) rather than 'why' (e.g. why is it this way?)power is generally entrenched in systems that resist change and 'the new'; a shift in power dynamics or a change of role can trigger a wide-reaching toxic reaction digital / the Internet are tools for transferring ideas, communicating and mobilising people at grass roots level, empowering people to express themselves and have their voices heard - changing the structure means embracing both the formal and informal channels of communication and drilling down into how something workstimes of crisis undermine structures and tend to both expose and exacerbate their faults; capitalising on these opportunities for change should ideally influence policy to bring about improvements for the greater goodthere must be a more collective approach to changing for the better; focusing on values such as altruism, happiness, justice, empathy, compassion and honesty - qualities that good leaders embrace to 'tell it like it is' and make positive changes on the groundstarting small, doing things differently, listening to individual stories, caring for others and the planet, and amplifying change outward through personal interaction is where it all begins
Ep 48: David Lynch's Mulholland Dr. w/ Special Guests Lydia, Naomi, & Jen (Shocked & Applaud) – Collateral Cinema Movie Podcast (SPOILERS)
Collateral Cinema Movie Podcast
Title: Mulholland Drive [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: David Lynch Producers: Mary Sweeney, Alain Sarde, Neal Edelstein, Michael Polaire, Tony Krantz Writer: David Lynch Stars: Justin Theroux, Naomi Watts, Laura Elena Harring, Ann Miller, Robert Forster Release date: October 12, 2001 (US) PROMO: Too Many Captains (@ItsaFilmPodcast) SPECIAL GUESTS: Lydia Malcom, Naomi McQuade, Jen McQuade; Shocked & Applaud (@ShockedApplaud) SHOWNOTES: We are throwing ourselves once again into the surrealist world of David Lynch with his 2001 neo-noir mystery film Mulholland Drive! With special guests from the Shocked & Applaud podcast, we explore the movie's non-sequitur narrative, ambiguous themes, and many interpretations of the true plot—which Mr. Lynch himself had never divulged! Mulholland Dr. is certainly one of the filmmaker's most memorable works, and Collateral Cinema (along with Shocked & Applaud) is digging into why. If you enjoy our discussion, let us know with a five-star review on Apple Podcasts or feedback on your platform of choice... and stay tuned for our upcoming #Miikeversary episode featuring Gozu! Collateral Cinema is on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, iHeartRadio, Podbean, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Podchaser, and find us on Patreon! You can listen to Shocked & Applaud at shockedandapplaud.com, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Check out their Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts, as well, and if you like what you hear, give our friends some love on their Patreon! (Collateral Cinema is a Collateral Media Podcast. Intro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Welcome to episode 29, The Magic Rustling, featuring renowned filmmaker, painter, and musician David Lynch (1946-present). From Eraserhead to the latest season of Twin Peaks, Lynch has forged a dream-soaked art so abstractly unique that it spawned the adjective Lynchian to describe anything like it. Known primarily for the visual worlds he creates, Lynch has always approached his sound effects and film soundtracks with equal importance, while releasing numerous albums of his own music. And since 1973 he has been a practitioner and advocate for Transcendental Meditation, or TM, even establishing his own foundation to teach it internationally. This episode looks into the esoteric influences of Lynch’s art—including Transcendental Meditation, Theosophy, and more. And through this esoteric ear we’ll listen in to the metaphysical horror of one of America’s most intuitive masters of sound and image. Welcome to the unified field…
Legendary Filmmaker David Lynch on Turning Creative Ideas Into Gifts & Transcending Into Happiness
Don't Keep Your Day Job
How can you stop suffering and get into a state of unbound creativity and joy? David Lynch, iconic filmmaker, director, writer, painter, and founder of the David Lynch Foundation is the heart, mind and soul behind unforgettable works like Twin Peaks, Eraserhead, The Elephant Man, Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet and many more. But he's also put his focus on helping others discover inner happiness and peace through the method that enabled him to build this legendary career - transcendental meditation. He shares how to stop your fears and doubts of "I'm not good enough", find the reward in doing, use TM to tap into your unlimited creativity, and turn your ideas into gifts.- Check out the amazing work at the David Lynch Foundation https://www.davidlynchfoundation.org/- Follow David on Twitter @davidlynch & @davidlynchfoundation and Instagram @davidlynchfoundation- Thanks Fiverr! Get 10% off your first order at Fiverr.com, code dreamjob.- Thanks Skillshare! First 1,000 to sign up at Skillshare.com/dreamjob get a Free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership.- Thanks Azlo! Get a 14 day Free trial at Azlo.com/dreamjob- Thanks Grammarly! Get 20% off Grammarly Premium at Grammarly.com/dreamjob
David Lynch's Lost Highway was released in 1997, five years after Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me elicited a fusillade of boos and hisses at Cannes. The Twin Peaks prequel's poor reception allegedly sent its American auteur spiralling into something of an existential crisis, and Lost Highway has often been interpreted as a response to -- or result of -- that crisis. Certainly, the film is among Lynch's darkest, boldest, and most enigmatic. But of course, we do the film an injustice by reducing it to the psychological state of its director. Indeed, one of the contentions of this episode is that all artistic interpretation constitutes a kind of injustice. But as you will hear, that doesn't stop Phil and JF from interpreting the hell out of the film. Just or unjust, fair or unfair, interpretation may well be necessary in aesthetic matters. It may be the means by which we grow through the experience of art, the way by which art makes us something new, strange, and other. Perhaps the trick is to remember that no mode of interpretation is, to borrow Freud's phrase, the one and only via regia, but that every one is just another highway at night... REFERENCES David Lynch (dir.), Lost Highway Alfred Hitchcock (dir.), Vertigo Arnold Schoenberg, Three Keyboard Pieces, op. 11 James Joyce, Finnegan’s Wake Weird Studies, Episode 81 on The Course of the Heart Jacques Lacan, French psychoanalyst Slavoj Žižek, Slovenian philosopher Arnold Schoenberg, Pierrot Lunaire Cabinet of Dr. Caligari David Foster Wallace, "David Lynch Keeps his Head" in A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never do Again Leonard Bernstein, West Side Story Patreon audio extra on Penderecki's "Threnody" Trent Reznor, American musician David Bowie, "Deranged" Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt, "Oblique Strategies" Tim Powers, Last Call Manuel DeLanda, Mexican-American philosopher