Have you ever heard the term ‘humiliatrix’?
It might ring a bell and you can probably guess in which industry this profession belongs to. But the contours of it might surprise you!
In this episode, guest Ceara Lynch discusses her career: a niche in men’s fantasies and needs. She calls herself a Humiliatrix where she humiliates men, by request, in the most different ways.
During her career she has worked with all sorts of men and perhaps contrary to what many would think, there isn’t exactly an obvious pattern of men who seek to be professionally humiliated, which led her to gain a non-judgmental view of people. We also talk about Ceara plans for the future as a means to fulfillment and learning and how achieving life goals can have us spin into existential crises.
Overall, this was a fascinating conversation about the intricacies of being human.
Ceara Lynch works as a humiliatrix and had a curious start in the industry at only 17 years old. She is also the host of the Standard Deviation Podcast and an executive producer and actress on the fictional documentary ‘Use Me’.
What we discuss:
[00:03:01] What a Humiliatrix is
[00:04:31] How Ceara got into this line of work
[00:08:20] Is there a type of man that seeks this service?
[00:09:23] Do certain kinks come from trauma?
[00:11:21] How does usually one online session go?
[00:13:10] A client's fetish that surprised Ceara
[00:17:11] What Ceara has learned from her work that she applies to her daily life
[00:19:38] How Ceara sees her future
[00:21:41] How reaching one big goal led Ceara to a small-scale existential crisis
[00:23:18] Is the sensation of helping people the solution to an existential crisis driven by having enough money?
[00:24:20] Is Ceara's work in the line of pornography?
[00:25:12] What are Ceara's friends like?
[00:25:52] Are the common stereotypes about pornstars true?
[00:26:48] Ceara's talks about her documentary 'Use Me'
[00:27:27] How is the internet changing things for pornstars?
[00:29:05] Is Ceara an entrepreneur?
[00:30:02] How Ceara started to manage money differently throughout her career
[00:32:23] The key to be successful in the industry
[00:34:10] What Ceara's parents think about her profession
[00:35:50] Is Ceara's job an issue to her relationships?
[00:37:13] Is it fair to expect monogamy from most people?
[00:39:04] Standard Deviation: Ceara's podcast
[00:45:23] Are some exceptional individuals just products of their environment?
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Is the lymphatic system the missing link in your healing? In this episode of the Align Podcast, Dr. Perry Nickleston guides us through the vital role of the lymphatic system in the functioning of our entire body.
In western medicine, we often use a bandaid to cover the symptoms that possibility are trying to make us aware of a larger, underlying issue. And by treating symptoms in isolation, without considering the entire system as a whole, it often results in long-term chronic pain and fatigue, a compromised immune system, and cancer.
Plus, Dr. Nickleston discusses our mental and lymphatic health in-depth, why he thinks of the human body as an aquarium, and the correlation of the body-mind relationship by showing how trauma and physical and emotional stress can manifest in our health
Perry Nickelston, DC, NKT, FMS, SFMA, is a Chiropractic Physician with a primary focus on Performance Enhancement, Corrective Exercise, and Metabolic Fitness Nutrition He is the author of the “Stop Chasing Pain” program, combining his expertise in myofascial, orthopedic, medical and trigger point soft tissue therapy. He uses programs designed to find your source of painful dysfunction.
He is an absolute wizard on functional medicine, functional movement, and the works of the lymphatic system.
What we discuss:
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Are you ready for anything life throws your way?
In this episode of the Align Podcast, guest Kelly Starrett discusses how putting ourselves in physically stressful situations prepares us for the mentally stressful situations life throws our way. The example he shares is how the risk he emersed himself in doing high-level white water kayaking mentally prepared him for the risk he took to start his own business.
We dive into why taking risks and breaking ourselves against our fear doesn't make us more reckless, but actually makes us more responsible in the decisions we make in our lives.
Kelly is a physical therapist, author of Becoming a Supple Leopard, the founder of The Ready State, and to be honest, my preferred human of choice.
Kelly has had a profound impact on me personally, and I'm excited to have him back on the podcast in hopes of having a profound impact on you as well.
What we discuss:
02:25 - How does your bike affect your spine?
05:05 - How to implement biking into your life?
10:45 - What's actively challenging you in your life?
15:20 - Acknowledge bad behaviours and taking action
16:40 - The relationship between trying and doing
19:30 - The pressure of quarantine and it's social impact
22:10 - The value of experiences of being poor vs having too much abundance
27:00 - The relationship with tribalism.
32:45 - Breaking yourself against your fear
36:35 - How fear teaches you how to be in your body
40:50 - Why we seek dangerous behaviours
47:00 - The connection between physical risk and mental risk.
51:00 - Normal Accidents Theory
53:00 - Why it's easier to add to your diet than to subtract from it
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