Garlic at the Gate of Death and Rebirth with Community Shaman, Family Herbalist and Health and Wellness Educator Jesse Garcia
Herb At The End Of The World
This is a beautiful and powerful episode about Garlic and the power of accessible healing education with Community Shaman, Family Herbalist and Health and Wellness Educator Jesse Garcia. Jesse shares their beautiful vision of what our relationships might feel like if we all had more familiar connection with plants and how herbs like Garlic might be a way to get to know our own healing powers and abilities to transform and grow into our most magical alive selves. Jesse is based outside of Austin, Texas, which was recently hit by some climate chaos fueled devastating cold weather and is doing beautiful work sharing about how plants and community can support folks in this time. If you want to check out and support Jesse's work and the collective work of the Herbal Action Project, you can check them out on Instagram at @jesgarciaherbals and @herbalactionproject. You can email Jesse Garcia and the folks at Herbal Action Project at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on healing sessions, herbal and healing education, and for more information on how to collaborate with them. Jesse also has a patreon where folks can support their work in an ongoing way. Yes to more free and accessible herbal education! https://www.patreon.com/jesgarcia If you want to support them with a one time gift, you can do so through their venmo, paypal or cashapp: Venmo: @Jesus-Garcia-230 Paypal: @JesusGGarcia CashAp: @ $TheJesG Venmo: @Jesus-Garcia-230 Herbal Action Project's current art collaboration project will be showcased in April 2021 with Collaboration of Marcelo Villasenor - VisualMantraArt. This project will be a community driven educational resource Plant Spirit Card Deck and Visual Mantra Expression on 12 Spirit Plants and their ability to open up healing through guided plant meditations. IG: VisualMantra.Art Web: www.VisualMantra.art Big thanks as well to Community Herbalist and Visual Designer Lizanne Deliz at IG @eyeofcrowherbs and Aryuvedic Practitioner, Wellness Educator, Sound Magician and Conflict Coach Sonia Cook at IG @cookhari for sharing your garlic stories with us! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Herb at the End of the World is created by Samwise Raridon, community herbalist, teacher and organizer of the Self Heal Herbs Mobile Free Clinic based in unceded Ohlone and Southern Pomo Territory (colonially known as Oakland and Sebastopol CA). This podcast will always be offered freely. If you’re inspired by this work and want to support others in accessing healing and learning, please consider joining us as a patron on Patreon. Also if you like this work please leave us a five star review where ever you listen to podcasts so more people can find out about these resources! Have you seen this awesome video of our work? Big big thanks to Emily Harger for producing this magical short film. IG: @selfhealherbs FB: https://www.facebook.com/self.heal.herbal.clinic Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/samwiseraridoncommunityherbalist?fan_landing=true Sam’s Website: https://www.selfhealherbs.com/
Jesse Garcia, "Going For Wisconsin Gold: Stories Of Our State's Olympians"
Stu Levitan welcomes Madison native and former WISC TV sports reporter and anchor Jessie Garcia, in a conversation about her book Going For Wisconsin Gold: Stories of Our State’s Olympians, from our good friends at the Wisconsin Historical Society Press. The spine-tingling thrill of victory. The mind-numbing agony of defeat. All on the world’s greatest athletic stage. In the 118 years after the first modern Olympics in 1896, there were more than 400 Olympic athletes with Wisconsin ties. In 2014 alone, more than 35 of the 230 athletes representing the United States were bound to the Badger state in one way or another. Several Wisconsin Olympians are known around the world as among the greatest – or in fact, the greatest – ever to compete in their sport. Some are remembered only in their own small town. Jesse Garcia has focused on 22 of the most captivating stories; some of them you know, many you don’t. Jesse Garcia’s story is pretty captivating, too. She was born in Madison in 1970 to a Jewish mother from Long Island and a Catholic Mexican-American from Chicago who met while working for Volunteers in Service to America, the so-called domestic peace corps. Her mother turned her on to newspapers at a very early age; a few years later, it would be her step-father, Howard Landsman, who instilled in her a love of sports. Jessie is our second straight guest who is a graduate of East High School, following last week’s appearance by Greg Renz, but the first Purgolder to have worked as a hostess at the old Ella’s Deli on East Washington Avenue. She went to Boston University, where she became assistant sports editor of the campus newspaper, and one summer got an internship at the sports department with the Madison CBS affiliate, WISC-TV, ch 3. After graduating in 1992, they hired her as a part-time sports reporter – Madison’s first female sports reporter. Less than a month later, when sports director Van Stoutt fell ill, she was pressed into service to become the first female sports anchor in the state of Wisconsin. Needless to say, but I’ll say it anyway, some sports fans let her know they were not happy hearing their sports news from a young woman. Well, they were in a minority, because after two years at Channel 3, she stepped up to the Milwaukee market, covering sports for 23 years at WTMJ. Among her duties – hosting both the Mike Holmgren and Mike McCarthy Shows – again, becoming the first woman to host an NFL coach’s show. Those experiences provided the material for her first Historical Society Press book, My life with the Green and Gold: Tales from 20 Years of Sportscasting." During much of that time, and for a little bit afterwards, she was also a journalism instructor at several universities, including Marquette and UW-Milwaukee, while also writing and producing corporate and video documentaries and doing audio narrations. Two years ago this month, she returned to WTMJ as Broadcast Director. Which is why we’re taping this conversation on Sunday morning, because she’s real busy on Monday. It is a pleasure to welcome to MBB, Jessie Garcia.
One of my besties comes through and gets on the mic to cover the many lives of Jesse Garcia. A collegiate cheerleader turned actor who arrived on the scene as a Sundance darling in the film Quinceañera that lead to works in Film & TV roles in The Avengers, Sons of Anarchy, Narcos: Mexico Season 2, From Dusk til Dawn TV series, and performing on the global theatre stage in the Pee Wee Herman Show on Broadway. Plus we pow wow about directorial endeavors and photographer life all culminating to the human experience of a fearless man living life. 00:00 - Cheerleader to Actor, 10:32 - Quinceañera, 18:34 – Working Anywhere, 21:08 – Working on Broadway with Pee Wee Herman, 33:31 – Marvel Cinematic Universe, 38:35 - Sons of Anarchy, 40:27 – From Dusk til Dawn, 46:58 – Nacros Mexico Season 2, 53:25 – Director’s Chair, 55:55 – Our collaborations, 59:20 – Photographer & adventures, and 1:05:00 – Homeowner, Porsche Owner, & Beyond
WWMPP19- A Conversation Between Healers with Jesse Garcia
The Wise Wytch's Medicinal Plant Podcast
Jesse Garcia is a queer herbalist and traditional Mexican shaman supporting the guidance of practitioners of all levels to supply their best path of intentional practice to their work. His work brings forth diligent understanding back to the elements and sacred grounds of shaman and spiritual awakening to product, practice and people. This is achieved by a tier system he's created called "PathWork". While educating fundamentals on folk Mexican herbal medicine, he teaches the level of connecting back to our truest power we harness and the light we provide through energetic healing (supporting our ties with spirit connections to elements, path and purpose). His lineage is from the people of Piedras Negras Mexico (black rock mountains). This work was created to connect back to our child self and explore our trauma, hidden or suppressed talents and virtues of growth to value our highest purpose for this life. For the community- While his experience has led him to create a business of healing, it's important to stay true to the practice of family and community support. Offering free classes and donation based courses for POC, Youth Herbalism in School Districts, Health and Wellness seminars and Fitness Support to state funded and privately funded organizations from Hospice-Home Health Care, Queer and LGBTQ Houses etcetera. The funding of his clients creates a pool of support to supply these gratis educational teachings. As being his family's main support, this helps them to support their home to keep on with the traditions of their Mexican roots. Purpose to others- Born with physical and mental disabilities as a premature child, they offer Physical Education on mind and body connections. This is usually referenced under his scope as a wellness coach and sports nutritions, teaching children and those with special needs of disability how to find a center in their emotional struggles to translate them to the physical regimen of "working through it" in the garden. PTSD and Loss - Created for his father, a wounded vet with PTSD and his mother, a victim of abuse of vary, the same education is given to individuals with emotional trauma, grieving of loss, learning to cope with new and hardened memories to become the best suited caregiver for self and others. Product of Purpose Initiative: HerbalActionProject is a project where healers come together to teach children wellness, nutrition, herbalism and whole body support. We teach herbalists, crafters and makers the importance of energy supplying to products through Reiki, Shaman Guided Light and Prayer. To become a patron of this podcast, visit www.patreon.com/thewisewytch Opening Song Written & Performed by Ayla Nereo https://aylanereo.com/home https://open.spotify.com/artist/4gJMOPjz1OUnD6TysFPUr1 This episode was edited by Jordan Newhart. Contact Jordan via Instagram @thejungmicheal For sources and recipe: www.wisewytch.com/podcast
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Good Bad Funny Podcast w/ Aurelio Miguel Bocanegra
Jesse is one of the breakout stars of the Movie Quinceanera, Avengers, Narcos Mexico, From Dusk till Dawn: The Series and MORE! Jesse calls in and we discuss his best gigs, living in Mexico for almost a year and the absolute worst hell gig!
Whiskey No Chaser Podcast EP 15 – Jesse Garcia EMS
Whiskey No Chaser Podcast
In this episode Hector reunites with high school friend Jesse Garcia. He is an Emergency Medical Service (EMS) worker saving lives everyday. They talk about the old days and Jesse tells a compelling story about some of the incidents that happen as medical worker. He leaves you respecting the medical workers we have more than ever. He’s a real one! Follow the show:https://www.instagram.com/thewncpod/Follow Hector:https://www.instagram.com/wordisbornhec/
Jesse Garcia talks about his role on "Narcos: Mexico"
The Man Cave Chronicles
Actor Jesse Garcia joins host Elias on this week's episode. Jesse talks about playing Agent Sal Orozco on Netflix's Narcos: Mexico Season 2, his audition, and working with the cast. In addition to keeping busy with his acting career, Garcia has taken on the challenge of directing and producing as well. You can find Jesse on Instagram @jessejohngarcia and Twitter @Jesse2theG If you have the opportunity, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts and subscribe Email the show email@example.com Follow on Twitter @themccpodcast Twitter @Eliasg7577 Instagram @themccpodcast Facebook www.facebook.com/themancavechroniclespodcast www.themccpodcast.com