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  1. #6581
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    Together Let'S Find Your Inner Greatness

    Together Let'S Find Your Inner Greatness
    Last updated 8/2021
    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
    Language: English | Size: 7.41 GB | Duration: 5h 57m

    Everyone is capable of achieving great things and accomplishments, let's discover yours together and then act on it

    What you'll learn
    You will learn how to implement the changes in you life.
    You will have a greater understanding of yourself and your true potential.
    You will learn the steps necessary to tap into your true potential to become a new and improved you
    You will learn how to do it now rather than put it off until it seems more convenient

    You will need to know your "WHY". When you finish this course you will have the necessary tools to help you understand your "Why". Why are you here. Why don't you feel complete. Why aren't where you want to be in life. And you will have the tools and the blueprint to make adjustments in your life to get there. To become what you know you can be!

    Your brain contains your memories, your goals, your desires, your beliefs and just about everything else that makes you 'who you are'. It's also what controls the way you think, the way you make plans and the way you react in any given situation.It's the brain that makes the difference between your average Joe and Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein and Elon Musk. If you want to enjoy the kind of success, money and lifestyle of the world's most successful people then you need to think like them.If you've been failing to get what you want out of life and if you've been feeling as though you're banging your head against the wall in your business, your relationships or your finances - then you need to spend some time and discover your inner greatness or in other words, the great things you have going for you now.In this course we work through the things that probably are holding you back and then teach you sound principles to apply daily that will help you discover the potential that lies within you. We'll learn about proper, effective goal setting, how to address and then end your fears. We will get a bit technical and dive into what makes your brain work and how you can learn to control it in order to harness the power of your thoughts giving you the ability to re-program your future self.Then we dive into mindfulness. How it works, why it works and how it can help you in discovering and utilizing the greatness that lies within you.


    Lecture 1 Why is it So Hard to Find Your Inner Greatness?

    Section 1: You Have Greatness Within You

    Lecture 2 Jump Ship and Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    Lecture 3 How Do We Gain A Better Understanding of Ourselves?

    Lecture 4 Therefore, We All Have Greatness Within Us

    Section 2: How To Overcome Your Limiting Beliefs

    Lecture 5 How To Overcome Your Limiting Beliefs

    Lecture 6 Self-Appreciation and Self-Worth

    Lecture 7 How Are You Different From Others?

    Section 3: How to Develop Self-Awareness

    Lecture 8 How to Develop Self-Awareness

    Lecture 9 Effort and Commitment - Is It Worth It

    Lecture 10 Journaling and Success - Are They Related

    Section 4: How To Build Self-Esteem

    Lecture 11 What Makes Up Your Self-Esteem

    Lecture 12 Does the Activity Strengthen or Weaken Your Self-Esteem

    Lecture 13 What Does Environment Have to Do With Self-Esteem

    Section 5: How To End Your Fears

    Lecture 14 The Answer is to Overcome Your Fears

    Lecture 15 "The Only Thing We Have to Fear is Fear Itself"

    Lecture 16 The Samurai Code

    Lecture 17 Fear Setting

    Lecture 18 Taking Chances

    Section 6: How to Harness the Power of Your Thoughts

    Lecture 19 Introduction to Your Thinking

    Lecture 20 Achieving Your Dreams

    Lecture 21 What Are Your Excuses

    Lecture 22 What You Can Accomplish in Just 5 Minutes

    Lecture 23 The Lesson of the Tortoise

    Lecture 24 Positive Thinking and Determination

    Section 7: How to Re-Program Your Future Self

    Lecture 25 Instruction Manuals

    Lecture 26 Brain Plasticity

    Lecture 27 Neurotransmitters and Outside Influences

    Lecture 28 Nootropics

    Lecture 29 Questioning Nootropics

    Lecture 30 Nutrition

    Lecture 31 Brain Training

    Lecture 32 The Power of Working Faster

    Section 8: Sometimes We Just Want to Put it Off

    Lecture 33 Let's Just End It Now

    Lecture 34 Why is Discipline So Important

    Lecture 35 How to Gain Awesome Discipline

    Lecture 36 The Importance of Reward

    Section 9: Goal Setting and How That Helps You Find Your Inner Greatness

    Lecture 37 Let's First Look at BAD Goal Setting

    Lecture 38 Now Let's Write a GOOD Goal

    Lecture 39 Don't Get Too Ambitious Right Away

    Lecture 40 Maybe Goal Setting is Like a Computer Game

    Lecture 41 What Is the Basis of All Goals?

    Lecture 42 The Blueprint

    Lecture 43 Tell Me a Story

    Lecture 44 Dreaming in Images

    Section 10: The Law of Attraction

    Lecture 45 Be at Peace With Your Decisions

    Lecture 46 The Half-Glass Full and Positive People

    Lecture 47 Take a Pause

    Lecture 48 Thoughts and Dreams

    Section 11: Now We Bring It All Together With Mindfulness

    Lecture 49 Mindfulness Introduction

    Lecture 50 What is Mindfulness

    Lecture 51 Let's Deal With Negative Thoughts Right Now

    Lecture 52 Some of Us Need Instant Gratification Learn How Here

    Lecture 53 Introducing Cognitive Restructuring

    Lecture 54 How to Use Cognitive Restructuring in the Real World

    Lecture 55 Fear Setting

    Lecture 56 Stress and Flow States

    Lecture 57 Tapping Into Your Hidden Powers

    Lecture 58 Why You Should Visualize

    Lecture 59 The Power of Belief

    Lecture 60 Hypothesis Testing

    Lecture 61 Mindfulness Meditation Report

    Anyone interested in discovering their full potential and how to tap into it.



  2. #6582
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    (Oxford Diploma) Stress Management

    (Oxford Diploma) Stress Management
    Last updated 6/2022
    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
    Language: English | Size: 61.79 GB | Duration: 53h 57m

    6 courses in Stress Management: 300+ ways - THIS is the most COMPREHENSIVE COURSE on stress management!

    What you'll learn
    320 Coping skills for stress - current March 2022!
    Healthy Coping Skills - embrace!
    Unhealthy Coping Skills - avoid!
    Manage: Depression; Anxiety; Emotions - your life!
    Basic Art Therapy
    Basic Poetry Therapy
    Basic Music Therapy
    SEVEN WORKBOOKS - this is not just 100 lectures....
    31-day course in stress/pain management


    Notice: Please do NOT enrol on this course on impulse, thinking you might watch it later. Maybe show an interest on impulse, yes, but before you enrol, watch the Preview videos, read the Course Description and then make a decision. If you then enrol then please start the course as soon as possible. Watch the lectures, look at the workbooks and join in the discussions. Joining my courses is a serious business and I want you to get the most out of your study - but I also want you to enjoy the course.That is why I am asking that you only enrol because you really want to and that you start the course intending to make full use of all the resources.You will be very welcome.385 lectures: This course details 300 coping skills that you can apply to every day life! What more could be wanted? This course features the following:Coping skills aimed at the problemCoping skills aimed at emotionsHealthy coping strategiesUnhealthy coping strategiesResearch studiesCase studies where you are asked to apply the coping skillsA new 31-day section in managing pain and stress. This has THREE resources per dayPlus over 300 clearly identified coping skills...enroll today!Latest additionsSEVEN Coping Skills workbooks.These include:Mind mappingFifteen coping strategiesDownloadable worksheetsPractical applicationsDBT and coping skillsA FREE COURSE (link)12 Coping Skills for ChristmasProactive coping inventoryDyadic Coping InventoryBrief Resilient Coping ScaleStressA special section on the impact of COVID-19:Job securityFinancial stressIsolationUncertaintyWorkbook on Holistic Medicine (January 2020)DefinitionBalanced lifeWhat do you want from your doctor?Lifestyle modificationsPrinciples of holistic medicineThe immune systemTypes of treatmentLong term?Focus on preventing diseases


    Section 1: OPTIONAL: UKRAINE

    Lecture 1 Introduction

    Lecture 2 Relevance

    Lecture 3 Truth

    Lecture 4 Action

    Lecture 5 The end

    Lecture 6 P.P.S.

    Section 2: Friendly advice

    Lecture 7 Friendly advice

    Section 3: For all

    Lecture 8 For all

    Lecture 9 Reviews

    Section 4: COMPULSORY: Please watch this first!

    Lecture 10 Please watch this first!

    Section 5: Optional section: A 7 day course for those whose first language is not English

    Lecture 11 Introduction

    Lecture 12 Day One: Ask for Help

    Lecture 13 Day Two: Watch and Listen

    Lecture 14 Day Three: Write Down Words and Phrases

    Lecture 15 Day Four: Practice as much as you can (Part 1)

    Lecture 16 Day Four (pt 2)

    Lecture 17 Day Five: Make time to study

    Lecture 18 Day Six: Five Websites

    Lecture 19 Day Seven: In conclusion

    Section 6: COMPULSORY : Introduction

    Lecture 20 Maximising your enjoyment from this course

    Lecture 21 Maximising your enjoyment from this course (Part 2)

    Lecture 22 Maximising your enjoyment from this course (Part 3)

    Lecture 23 Maximising your enjoyment from this course (Part 4)

    Lecture 24 Maximising your enjoyment from this course (Part 5)

    Lecture 25 The Oxford Diploma

    Lecture 26 Introduction

    Lecture 27 A few coping skills

    Lecture 28 A few coping skills (part 2)

    Lecture 29 A few coping skills again

    Lecture 30 A few coping skills again (part 2)

    Lecture 31 Expansion

    Lecture 32 Expansion (part 2)

    Lecture 33 By category: Teens

    Lecture 34 Coping skills for the elderly

    Lecture 35 Coping skills for the elderly (part 2)

    Lecture 36 Healthy Coping Skills

    Lecture 37 Unhealthy Coping Skills

    Lecture 38 Positive and Negative Coping Skills

    Lecture 39 Positive v Negative Coping Skills (part 2)

    Lecture 40 Matching Coping Skills to Your Own Likes (part 1)

    Lecture 41 Matching Coping Skills to Your Own Life (part 2)

    Lecture 42 Stress

    Lecture 43 Stress (part 2)

    Lecture 44 Healthy Skills: Problem v Emotion

    Lecture 45 Healthy Skills: Problem v Emotion (part 2)

    Lecture 46 Healthy Skills: Problem v Emotion (part 3)

    Lecture 47 Unhealthy Coping Skills

    Lecture 48 A game

    Lecture 49 Coping specifics: Depression and Anxiety

    Lecture 50 Coping Specifics: Depression and Anxiety (part 2)

    Lecture 51 Emotional Management

    Lecture 52 Checklist

    Lecture 53 Back to studies

    Lecture 54 Information Overload

    Lecture 55 Information Overload (part 2)

    Lecture 56 So what is there to be done?

    Lecture 57 So what is there to be done? (part 2)

    Section 7: COMPULSORY : Groups and Stammtisch

    Lecture 58 Benefits of Joining a Social Group (Part 1)

    Lecture 59 Benefits of Joining a Social Group (Part 2)

    Lecture 60 Trying it Out

    Lecture 61 How to Improve Your Social Correctedness

    Lecture 62 Stammtisch

    Lecture 63 Stammtisch Developed (Part 1)

    Lecture 64 Stammtisch Developed (Part 2)

    Lecture 65 Social Capital Explained

    Lecture 66 Stammtisch Again

    Lecture 67 World Network?

    Section 8: COMPULSORY:September Blues

    Lecture 68 Introduction (Part 1)

    Lecture 69 Introduction (Part 2)

    Lecture 70 Introduction (Part 3)

    Lecture 71 September 01 (Part 1)

    Lecture 72 September 01 (Part 2)

    Lecture 73 September 02 (Part 1)

    Lecture 74 September 02 (Part 2)

    Lecture 75 September 03

    Lecture 76 September 04 (Part 1)

    Lecture 77 September 04 (Part 2)

    Lecture 78 September 04 (Part 3)

    Lecture 79 September 05

    Lecture 80 September 06

    Lecture 81 September 07

    Lecture 82 September 08

    Lecture 83 September 09

    Lecture 84 September 10 (Part 1)

    Lecture 85 September 10 (Part 2)

    Lecture 86 September 10 (Part 3)

    Lecture 87 September 10 (Part 4)

    Lecture 88 September 10 (Part 5)

    Lecture 89 September 11 (Part 1)

    Lecture 90 September 11 (Part 2)

    Lecture 91 September 12 (Part 1)

    Lecture 92 September 12 (Part 2)

    Lecture 93 September 12 (Part 3)

    Lecture 94 September 12 (Part 4)

    Lecture 95 September 12 (Part 5)

    Lecture 96 September 12 (Part 6)

    Lecture 97 September 13 (Part 1)

    Lecture 98 September 13 (Part 2)

    Lecture 99 September 13 (Part 3)

    Lecture 100 September 13 (Part 4)

    Lecture 101 September 13 (Part 5)

    Lecture 102 September 14 (Part 1)

    Lecture 103 September 14 (Part 2)

    Lecture 104 September 14 (Part 3)

    Lecture 105 September 14 (Part 4)

    Lecture 106 September 15

    Lecture 107 September 16

    Lecture 108 September 17 (Part 1)

    Lecture 109 September 17 (Part 2)

    Lecture 110 September 17 (Part 3)

    Lecture 111 September 17 (Part 4)

    Lecture 112 September 17 (Part 5)

    Lecture 113 September 17 (Part 6)

    Lecture 114 September 17 (Part 7)

    Lecture 115 September 17 (Part 8)

    Lecture 116 September 17 (Part 9)

    Lecture 117 September 17 (Part 10)

    Lecture 118 September 17 (Part 11)

    Lecture 119 September 18

    Lecture 120 September 19 (Part 1)

    Lecture 121 September 19 (Part 2)

    Lecture 122 September 20 (Part 1)

    Lecture 123 September 20 (Part 2)

    Lecture 124 September 20 (Part 3)

    Lecture 125 September 20 (Part 4)

    Lecture 126 September 21 (Part 1)

    Lecture 127 September 21 (Part 2)

    Lecture 128 September 21 (Part 3)

    Lecture 129 September 21 (Part 4)

    Lecture 130 September 21 (Part 5)

    Lecture 131 September 22 (Part 1)

    Lecture 132 September 22 (Part 2)

    Lecture 133 September 22 (Part 3)

    Lecture 134 September 22 (Part 4)

    Lecture 135 September 23 (Part 1)

    Lecture 136 September 23 (Part 2)

    Lecture 137 September 23 (Part 3)

    Lecture 138 September 23 (Part 4)

    Lecture 139 September 23 (Part 5)

    Lecture 140 September 24 (Part 1)

    Lecture 141 September 24 (Part 2)

    Lecture 142 September 24 (Part 3)

    Lecture 143 September 24 (Part 4)

    Lecture 144 September 24 (Part 5)

    Lecture 145 September 24 (Part 6)

    Lecture 146 September 25 (Part 1)

    Lecture 147 September 25 (Part 2)

    Lecture 148 September 25 (Part 3)

    Lecture 149 September 25 (Part 4)

    Lecture 150 September 25 (Part 5)

    Lecture 151 September 25 (Part 6)

    Lecture 152 September 26 (Part 1)

    Lecture 153 September 26 (Part 2)

    Lecture 154 September 26 (Part 3)

    Lecture 155 September 26 (Part 4)

    Lecture 156 September 27

    Lecture 157 September 28

    Lecture 158 September 29

    Lecture 159 September 30 (Part 1)

    Lecture 160 September 30 (Part 2)

    Section 9: COMPULSORY: COVID-19: Can we cope?

    Lecture 161 Introduction

    Lecture 162 Trade offs

    Lecture 163 Hardest hit

    Lecture 164 Hardest hit (Part 2)

    Lecture 165 Hardest hit (Part 3)

    Lecture 166 Confidence - business

    Lecture 167 Confidence (Part 2)

    Lecture 168 Confidence (Part 3)

    Lecture 169 Confidence (Part 4)

    Lecture 170 Confidence (Part 5)

    Lecture 171 Confidence (Part 6)

    Lecture 172 Confidence (Part 7)

    Lecture 173 Confidence (Part 8)

    Lecture 174 Confidence (Part 9)

    Lecture 175 Confidence (Part 10)

    Lecture 176 Confidence (Part 11)

    Lecture 177 Confidence (Part 12)

    Lecture 178 Confidence (Part 13)

    Lecture 179 Confidence (Part 14)

    Lecture 180 Confidence (Part 15)

    Lecture 181 Confidence (Part 16)

    Lecture 182 Imbalances in society

    Lecture 183 Imbalances in society (Part 2)

    Lecture 184 Imbalances in society (Part 3)

    Lecture 185 Imbalances in society (Part 4)

    Lecture 186 Imbalances in society (Part 5)

    Lecture 187 Imbalances in society (Part 6)

    Lecture 188 Imbalances in society (Part 7)

    Lecture 189 Imbalances in society (Part 8)

    Lecture 190 Imbalances in society (Part 9)

    Lecture 191 Imbalances in society (Part 10)

    Lecture 192 Imbalances in society (Part 11)

    Lecture 193 Imbalances in society (Part 12)

    Lecture 194 Imbalances in society (Part 13)

    Lecture 195 Imbalances in society (Part 14)

    Lecture 196 Imbalances in society (Part 15)

    Lecture 197 Imbalances in society (Part 16)

    Lecture 198 Imbalances in society (Part 17)

    Lecture 199 Imbalances in society (Part 18)

    Lecture 200 Imbalances in society (Part 19)

    Lecture 201 Imbalances in society (Part 20)

    Lecture 202 Mental Health: Causes

    Lecture 203 Mental Health: Looking after your Mental Health

    Lecture 204 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 1)

    Lecture 205 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 2)

    Lecture 206 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 3)

    Lecture 207 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 4)

    Lecture 208 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 5)

    Lecture 209 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 6)

    Lecture 210 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 7)

    Lecture 211 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 8)

    Lecture 212 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 9)

    Lecture 213 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 1)

    Lecture 214 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 2)

    Lecture 215 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 3)

    Lecture 216 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 4)

    Lecture 217 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 5)

    Lecture 218 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 6)

    Lecture 219 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 7)

    Lecture 220 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 8)

    Lecture 221 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 9)

    Lecture 222 Mental Health: Art/Art therapy - how is this relevant?

    Lecture 223 Mental Health: What can Art Therapy do?

    Lecture 224 Mental Health: Who can Art Therapists help? (Part 1)

    Lecture 225 Mental Health: Who can Art Therapists help? (Part 2)

    Lecture 226 Mental Health: Cognitive benefits (Part 1)

    Lecture 227 Mental Health: Cognitive benefits (Part 2)

    Lecture 228 Mental Health: The impact of art (Part 1)

    Lecture 229 Mental Health: The impact of art (Part 2)

    Lecture 230 Mental Health: Brain changes

    Lecture 231 Mental Health: Art therapy, painting, depression - and YOUR reactions (Part 1)

    Lecture 232 Mental Health: Art therapy, painting, depression - and YOUR reactions (Part 2)

    Lecture 233 Mental Health: Art therapy, painting, depression - and YOUR reactions (Part 3)

    Lecture 234 Mental Health: Art therapy, painting, depression - and YOUR reactions (Part 4)

    Lecture 235 Mental Health: Art therapy, painting, depression - and YOUR reactions (Part 5)

    Lecture 236 Mental Health: Art therapy, painting, depression - and YOUR reactions (Part 6)

    Lecture 237 Mental Health: Gallery(ies) (Part 1)

    Lecture 238 Mental Health: Gallery(ies) (Part 2)

    Lecture 239 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (Internal) (Part 1)

    Lecture 240 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (Internal) (Part 2)

    Lecture 241 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (Internal) (Part 3)

    Lecture 242 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (Internal) (Part 4)

    Lecture 243 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (External) (Part 1)

    Lecture 244 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (External) (Part 2)

    Lecture 245 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (External) (Part 3)

    Lecture 246 Mental Health: Looking around (Part 1)

    Lecture 247 Mental Health: Looking around (Part 2)

    Lecture 248 Mental Health: Looking around (Part 3)

    Lecture 249 Mental Health: Looking around (Part 4)

    Lecture 250 Mental Health: Looking around (Part 5)

    Lecture 251 Mental Health: Looking around (Part 6)

    Lecture 252 Mental Health: Mind Maps (Part 1)

    Lecture 253 Mental Health: Mind Maps (Part 2)

    Lecture 254 Mental Health: Mind Maps (Masks) (Part 1)

    Lecture 255 Mental Health: Mind Maps (Masks) (Part 2)

    Lecture 256 Mental Health: Mind Maps (Masks) (Part 3)

    Lecture 257 Mental Health: Mind Maps (Masks) (Part 4)

    Section 10: OPTIONAL: Masks

    Lecture 258 Face covering rules

    Lecture 259 Why the rule change?

    Lecture 260 And on public transport?

    Lecture 261 And on public transport? (Part 2)

    Lecture 262 Do face coverings work?

    Lecture 263 Studies

    Lecture 264 Studies (Part 2)

    Lecture 265 Studies (Part 3)

    Lecture 266 Studies (Part 4)

    Lecture 267 Freedom

    Lecture 268 All change!

    Lecture 269 Confusion

    Lecture 270 Me? Ill? No!

    Lecture 271 Return to the evidence

    Lecture 272 Who is protected?

    Lecture 273 How many people need to wear masks to reduce community transmission?

    Lecture 274 Why am I wearing a mask if I am practising social distancing?

    Lecture 275 What to know before buying a face mask?

    Lecture 276 What to know before buying a face mask? (Part 2)

    Lecture 277 Homework

    Lecture 278 Homework (Part 2)

    Lecture 279 Homework (Part 3)

    Lecture 280 Homework (Part 4)

    Lecture 281 Homework (Part 5)

    Lecture 282 Confusion

    Section 11: OPTIONAL: Nature

    Lecture 283 Nature

    Section 12: OPTIONAL: Learning and Mind Maps

    Lecture 284 Teaching is the art of causing learning (part 1)

    Lecture 285 Teaching is the art of causing learning (part 2)

    Lecture 286 Teaching is the art of causing learning (part 3)

    Lecture 287 Mind maps

    Section 13: COMPULSORY: Coping Skills: Transferable (Dystonia) - includes 31 day course

    Lecture 288 1

    Lecture 289 2

    Lecture 290 3

    Lecture 291 4

    Lecture 292 5

    Lecture 293 6

    Lecture 294 7

    Lecture 295 8

    Lecture 296 9

    Lecture 297 10

    Lecture 298 11

    Lecture 299 12

    Lecture 300 13

    Lecture 301 14

    Lecture 302 15

    Lecture 303 16

    Lecture 304 17

    Lecture 305 18

    Lecture 306 19

    Lecture 307 20

    Lecture 308 20 (Part 2)

    Lecture 309 21

    Lecture 310 21 (Part 2)

    Lecture 311 22

    Lecture 312 22 (Part 2)

    Lecture 313 23

    Lecture 314 23 (Part 2)

    Lecture 315 24

    Lecture 316 25

    Lecture 317 26

    Lecture 318 26 (Part 2)

    Lecture 319 27

    Lecture 320 27 (Part 2)

    Lecture 321 28

    Lecture 322 29

    Lecture 323 29 (Part 2)

    Lecture 324 30

    Lecture 325 31

    Lecture 326 31 (Part 2)

    Lecture 327 31 (Part 3)

    Lecture 328 31 (Part 4)

    Lecture 329 32

    Lecture 330 32 (Part 2)

    Lecture 331 32 (Part 3)

    Lecture 332 Tidying up loose ends - and coping with COVID

    Lecture 333 Tidying up loose ends - and coping with COVID (Part 2)

    Lecture 334 Tidying up loose ends - and coping with COVID (Part 3)

    Lecture 335 Tidying up loose ends - and coping with COVID (Part 4)

    Lecture 336 Tidying up loose ends - and coping with COVID (Part 5)

    Lecture 337 Tidying up loose ends - and coping with COVID (Part 6)

    Lecture 338 Tidying up loose ends - and coping with COVID (Part 7)

    Lecture 339 Tidying up loose ends - and coping with COVID (Part 8)

    Lecture 340 Tidying up loose ends - and coping with COVID (Part 9)

    Lecture 341 Business Profiles

    Section 14: COMPULSORY : One-offs

    Lecture 342 The stress of renting

    Lecture 343 The film

    Section 15: COMPULSORY : Student successes!

    Lecture 344 Inga

    Section 16: OPTIONAL: Art Therapy - 12 Days of Xmas

    Lecture 345 13th December 2020

    Lecture 346 14th December 2020 - Pt1

    Lecture 347 14th December 2020 - Pt2

    Lecture 348 14th December 2020 - Pt3

    Lecture 349 15th December 2020 - Pt1

    Lecture 350 15th December 2020 - Pt2

    Lecture 351 15th December 2020 - Pt3

    Lecture 352 16th December 2020

    Lecture 353 17th December 2020 - Pt1

    Lecture 354 17th December 2020 - Pt2

    Lecture 355 17th December 2020 - Pt3

    Lecture 356 18th December 2020

    Lecture 357 19th December 2020 - Pt1

    Lecture 358 19th December 2020 - Pt2

    Lecture 359 19th December 2020 - Pt3

    Lecture 360 20th December 2020

    Lecture 361 21st December 2020

    Lecture 362 22nd December 2020 - Pt1

    Lecture 363 22nd December 2020 - Pt2

    Lecture 364 23rd December 2020 - Pt1

    Lecture 365 23rd December 2020 - Pt2

    Lecture 366 23rd December 2020 - Pt3

    Lecture 367 24th December 2020 - Pt1

    Lecture 368 24th December 2020 - Pt2

    Lecture 369 24th December 2020 - Pt3

    Lecture 370 25th December 2020

    Section 17: Improving your English (Optional)

    Lecture 371 Introduction

    Lecture 372 Lesson 1

    Lecture 373 Lesson 2

    Lecture 374 Lesson 3

    Lecture 375 Lesson 4

    Lecture 376 Lesson 5

    Lecture 377 Lesson 6

    Lecture 378 Lesson 7

    Lecture 379 Lesson 8

    Section 18: OPTIONAL: By Students, For Students

    Lecture 380 Student Artbook - Edition 1

    Lecture 381 Student Artbook - Edition 2

    Lecture 382 Student Artbook - Birthday Edition!

    Lecture 383 Student Artbook - Birthday Edition for Person X!

    Lecture 384 Student Artbook - Edition 5

    Section 19: Bonus

    Lecture 385 Bonus

    Anyone who wants to navigate life well,People experiencing Anxiety, Depression, and other forms of Mental Illness,Students who want hundreds of skills BUT ALSO want to know how and when to apply them!,Students who want detailed notes and workbooks - all provided,Students who want Instructor interaction



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    Android And Apple App Development: Beginner To Pro

    Android And Apple App Development: Beginner To Pro
    Last updated 2/2017
    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
    Language: English | Size: 22.01 GB | Duration: 42h 4m

    Never developed an app before? Learn Android and Apple development, learn Java and Swift. Learn Phonegap and app design.

    What you'll learn
    App development without writing code at all using Android App Inventor
    Basics of Java, which is essential for Android Development
    App designs using the popular Sketch 3 mobile mockup software
    PhoneGap that allows you to write your app using one programming language and SDK, then convert it to other platforms for publishing.
    Learn the new Swift programming language

    If you've ever wanted to actually build the mobile app ideas floating around in your head but didn't know where to start, this is the course for you. This course is meant to get you started developing mobile apps even if you've never written a line of code.
    You'll learn both Android and iOS development along with the Java and Swift programming languages.

    If you've ever wanted to actually build the mobile app ideas floating around in your head but didn't know where to start, this is the course for you. This course is meant to get you started developing mobile apps even if you've never written a line of code. You'll start by building fully functional apps without writing code. You'll then move to fully learn both Android and iOS development along with the Java and Swift programming languages. Going beyond just app development, you'll also learn mobile UI/UX design and how to mock up your app ideas using Sketch 3. Finally you'll learn how to leverage the power of PhoneGap, which lets you write your app once and convert it to other platforms for publishing. Getting Started with App DevelopmentYou'll start by learning app development without writing code at all using Android App Inventor. Here you'll learn basic programming terminology and concepts by building functioning mobile apps that you can actually publish to the market. By removing the coding aspect from app development, you'll be able to truly understand what you're doing before diving into the more complex world of writing code. This is what sets our course apart from all the others you'll see on Udemy. Android App DevelopmentFirst you'll learn the basics of Java, which is essential for Android Development. Then you'll be ready to learn Android app development,Apple (iOS) App DevelopmentStart by learning the new Swift programming language. Swift is the language iOS developers will be using to develop apps moving forward. Next you'll learn basic iOS app development using Xcode before moving on to intermediate and advanced topics that will allow you to publish apps to the app store, add in-app purchasing and much more. App Design and UI/UX DesignApps that don't look great or don't function well for the user will be deleted faster than they were downloaded. In the following sections you'll learn everything you need to know about user interface design and user experience design so you can develop apps that people will actually want to use. You'll also learn how to mock up your app designs using the popular Sketch 3 mobile mockup software. PhoneGapPhoneGap is a technology that allows you to write your app using one programming language and SDK, then convert it to other platforms for publishing. So if you prefer to make your app using Java and the Android SDK, you'll be able to publish your apps to the Apple App Store and the Windows App Store without having to write new apps for each platform. Neat!


    Section 1: Build Android Apps with App Inventor 2 - No Coding Required

    Lecture 1 Introduction

    Lecture 2 Course Breakdown

    Lecture 3 Introduction to App Inventor 2

    Section 2: App Inventor 2: Setting Up App Inventor for Development

    Lecture 4 App Inventor Setup Introduction

    Lecture 5 Creating A Gmail Account

    Lecture 6 App Inventor Companion App - Option 1

    Lecture 7 Setting Up Onscreen Emulator - Option 2

    Lecture 8 Setting Up Usb Device Part 1 - Option 3

    Lecture 9 Setting Up Usb Device Part 2 - Option 3

    Lecture 10 Section Recap

    Section 3: App Inventor 2: Breaking Down The Component Editor

    Lecture 11 Component Editor Introduction

    Lecture 12 Pallette Section

    Lecture 13 Components View And Components Section

    Lecture 14 Properties Section

    Lecture 15 Blocks Editor Build Options And Media Section

    Lecture 16 Components Editor In Action

    Lecture 17 Section recap

    Section 4: App Inventor 2: Breaking Down The Blocks Editor

    Lecture 18 Blocks Editor Introduction

    Lecture 19 Blocks Drawer

    Lecture 20 Blocks Viewer And Media Section

    Lecture 21 Blocks Editor In Action

    Lecture 22 Section Recap

    Section 5: App Inventor 2: Your First App: Hello Purr

    Lecture 23 First App Introduction

    Lecture 24 First Application Overview

    Lecture 25 Setting Up Our First Application

    Lecture 26 Component Spotlight: Button

    Lecture 27 Component Spotlight: Label

    Lecture 28 Creating Our First Application

    Lecture 29 Running Our Application

    Lecture 30 Section Recap

    Section 6: App Inventor 2: Your Second App: Audiobook Log

    Lecture 31 Second App Introduction

    Lecture 32 Second App Overview

    Lecture 33 Component Spotlight - HorizontalArrangement

    Lecture 34 Component Spotlight - VerticalArrangement

    Lecture 35 Arranging Our Buttons

    Lecture 36 Component Spotlight - Checkbox

    Lecture 37 Naming Our Chapters

    Lecture 38 Component Spotlight - Sound

    Lecture 39 Setting Up Chapter Audio

    Lecture 40 Adding Space To Our Layout

    Lecture 41 Updating Our Component Names

    Lecture 42 Block Time: Making Our Buttons Play Audio

    Lecture 43 Testing Final App

    Lecture 44 Section Recap

    Section 7: App Inventor 2: Understanding Backing Up, Restoring & Sharing App Inventor Proje

    Lecture 45 App Backup, Restore And Share Intro

    Lecture 46 Understanding App Inventor File Types

    Lecture 47 Downloading & Backing App Inventor Apps

    Lecture 48 Uploading, Sharing & Restoring App Inventor Apps

    Lecture 49 Section Recap

    Section 8: App Inventor 2: Your Third App : Skeleton Review

    Lecture 50 Third App Introduction

    Lecture 51 Third App Overview

    Lecture 52 Component Spotlight: Canvas

    Lecture 53 Layout Canvas & Labels

    Lecture 54 Component Spotlight: Ball

    Lecture 55 Implement Hotspots And Upload Media

    Lecture 56 Block Time - Activating Tapped Bones

    Lecture 57 Block Time - Simplifying Activated Bone Blocks With Procedures

    Lecture 58 Block Time - Resetting Hotspot Colors With Procedures

    Lecture 59 Component Spotlight - Player

    Lecture 60 Adding Vibration To Hotspots

    Lecture 61 Section Recap

    Section 9: App Inventor 2: Your Fourth App: My Business App

    Lecture 62 Fourth App Introduction

    Lecture 63 Fourth App Overview

    Lecture 64 Basic Home Screen Layout

    Lecture 65 Navigation Drawer Layout

    Lecture 66 Component Spotlight - Activity Starter

    Lecture 67 Implementing Website Activity

    Lecture 68 Implementing Map Activity

    Lecture 69 Component Spotlight - PhoneCall

    Lecture 70 Implementing Call Screen Part 1 - Intro To Multiple Screens

    Lecture 71 Implementing Call Screen Part 2 - Intro To Multiple Screens

    Lecture 72 Component Spotlight - Textbox

    Lecture 73 Implementing Email Screen Layout

    Lecture 74 Block Time - Sending Emails With The Help Of Variables

    Lecture 75 Section Recap

    Section 10: App Inventor 2: Your Fifth App: Free Form Task List

    Lecture 76 Fifth App Introduction

    Lecture 77 Fifth App Overview

    Lecture 78 Implementing Top Task Bar Layout

    Lecture 79 Component Spotlight - Listview

    Lecture 80 Component Spotlight - File

    Lecture 81 Finalizing Main Screen Layout With Listview, File, And Empty List Image

    Lecture 82 Implementing Taskform Screen And Structure

    Lecture 83 Component Spotlight - Listpicker

    Lecture 84 Finalizing Taskform Screen With Listpicker, And Form Input

    Lecture 85 Block Time: Passing Data Between Screens

    Lecture 86 Block Time: Adding Tasks To File - Understanding Parsing Pt1

    Lecture 87 Block Time: Displaying Tasks From File Using Listview - Understanding Parsing Pt

    Lecture 88 Block Time: Deleting Our List And Toggling Filter Bar

    Lecture 89 Block Time: Toggling Main Image And Canceling Tasks

    Lecture 90 Block Time : Showing New Tasks First With List Reversal

    Lecture 91 Block Time: Making Tasks Pretty Using Text Manipulation

    Lecture 92 Section Recap

    Section 11: App Inventor 2: Getting Your App To The Market

    Lecture 93 Application To Market Introduction

    Lecture 94 Introduction To Android Market (Google Play Store)

    Lecture 95 Opening A Google Play Developer Account

    Lecture 96 Introduction To Google Play Developer Account

    Lecture 97 Google Play Developer Account Breakdown

    Lecture 98 Application Graphic Assets

    Lecture 99 Uploading And Publishing App To Google Play Store

    Lecture 100 Updating Your Android Application

    Lecture 101 Section Recap

    Section 12: App Inventor 2: Conclusion

    Lecture 102 Course Recap

    Lecture 103 Additional Resources

    Lecture 104 Closing Message

    Section 13: Fundamentals of Java Programming

    Lecture 105 Introduction

    Section 14: Java: Introduction to Java Programming

    Lecture 106 Getting Started with NetBeans

    Lecture 107 Variables

    Lecture 108 Strings & Mathematical Operators

    Lecture 109 Methods (Functions)

    Lecture 110 Boolean Logic & IF ELSE Statements (Part 1/2)

    Lecture 111 Boolean Logic & IF ELSE Statements (Part 2/2)

    Lecture 112 Loops

    Lecture 113 Arrays

    Lecture 114 For Loop

    Section 15: Java: Object Oriented Programming (OOP)

    Lecture 115 Object Oriented Programming (OOP)

    Lecture 116 Constructors (OOP)

    Section 16: Java: Java Review

    Lecture 117 Review of Concepts So Far

    Section 17: Java: More Beginner Java

    Lecture 118 Multi-dimensional Arrays

    Lecture 119 Array Lists

    Lecture 120 String Functions

    Lecture 121 Try Catch & Exceptions

    Lecture 122 User Input

    Lecture 123 File Reading/Writing

    Lecture 124 Switch/Enumerations

    Section 18: Android App Development: Easy and Quick Programming

    Lecture 125 Course Introduction

    Lecture 126 Brief Android Overview

    Lecture 127 Final Project Demo

    Section 19: Android App: Setting Up Your Environment

    Lecture 128 Section Introduction

    Lecture 129 Installing The Java Development Kit

    Lecture 130 Downloading And Installing Android Studio

    Lecture 131 Adding Sdk Tools, Packages And Platforms

    Lecture 132 Section Conclusion

    Section 20: Android App: Structure Of An Android Application

    Lecture 133 Section Introduction

    Lecture 134 Configuring New Projects P1: Application Name, Package Name, Project Location

    Lecture 135 Configuring New Projects P2: Targeted Device; Android SDK's

    Lecture 136 Configuring New Projects P3: Starter Activities

    Lecture 137 Configuring New Projects P4: Activity Customization

    Lecture 138 Activities

    Lecture 139 Manifest File

    Lecture 140 Build.gradle File

    Lecture 141 Res directory: drawable folder

    Lecture 142 Res directory: layout folder

    Lecture 143 Res directory: menu folder

    Lecture 144 Res directory: values folder

    Lecture 145 Section Recap

    Section 21: Android App: Running & Testing Android Applications

    Lecture 146 Section Introduction

    Lecture 147 Setting Up (Physical) Android Phone

    Lecture 148 Setting Up Emulator

    Lecture 149 Running App Via Device or Emulator

    Lecture 150 Android Tool Window

    Lecture 151 Section Recap

    Section 22: Android App: Breaking Down Android Layouts

    Lecture 152 Section Introduction

    Lecture 153 Views & View Groups

    Lecture 154 Introduction To Layouts Editor / Visual Designer

    Lecture 155 Breaking Down Android Layouts

    Lecture 156 Introduction To Widgets

    Lecture 157 Defining Layout Text With The String Resource File

    Lecture 158 Brief Overview Of Android Dimensions

    Lecture 159 Creating Additional Layouts With Android Studio

    Lecture 160 Section Recap

    Section 23: Android App: Breaking Down Android Activities

    Lecture 161 Section Introduction

    Lecture 162 The Activity Lifecycle

    Lecture 163 Settings Layouts And Accessing UI elements From Activity

    Lecture 164 Creating Additional Activities With Android Studio

    Lecture 165 Creating Additional Activities Without Android Studio

    Lecture 166 Section Recap

    Section 24: Android App: Breaking Down Android Intents

    Lecture 167 Section Introduction

    Lecture 168 Intent Overview

    Lecture 169 Starting New Activities With Intents

    Lecture 170 Sending Data To Other Activities

    Lecture 171 Receiving From Another Activity

    Lecture 172 Creating Implicit Intents

    Lecture 173 Section Recap

    Section 25: Android App: Setting Up Notebook Application

    Lecture 174 Section Introduction

    Lecture 175 Creating Notebook Application

    Lecture 176 Breaking Down Newly Created Project Part 1

    Lecture 177 Breaking Down Newly Created Project Part 2

    Lecture 178 Implementing The Main Activity Listfragment

    Lecture 179 Breaking Down Fragments

    Lecture 180 Section Recap

    Section 26: Android App: Implementing Main Note List

    Lecture 181 Section Introduction

    Lecture 182 Application Roadmap Part 1

    Lecture 183 Demonstrating Simple ArrayAdapter

    Lecture 184 Implementing Custom ArrayAdapter Part 1 : Creating Row Layout

    Lecture 185 Implementing Custom ArrayAdapter Part 2 : Creating Note Data Structure

    Lecture 186 Implementing Custom ArrayAdapter Part 3 : Creating NoteAdapter

    Lecture 187 Implementing Custom ArrayAdapter Part 4 : Finalizing And Filling Note List

    Lecture 188 Implementing Custom ArrayAdapter Part 5 : Optimizing NoteAdapter

    Lecture 189 Section Recap

    Section 27: Android App: Implementing NoteViewFragment & NoteDetailActivity

    Lecture 190 Section Introduction

    Lecture 191 Application Roadmap Part 2

    Lecture 192 Creating NoteDetailActivity

    Lecture 193 Starting NoteDetailActivity Via Intent

    Lecture 194 Adding NoteViewFragment Part 1 : Creating The Fragment

    Lecture 195 Adding NoteViewFragment Part 2 : Creating The Layout

    Lecture 196 Adding NoteViewFragment Part 3: Populating Layout With Received Note Data

    Lecture 197 Dynamically Loading NoteViewFragment

    Lecture 198 Section Recap

    Section 28: Android App: Implementing NoteEditFragment

    Lecture 199 Section Introduction

    Lecture 200 Application Roadmap Part 3

    Lecture 201 Creating ListFragment Context Menu Part 1 : Adding Menu layout

    Lecture 202 Creating ListFragment Context Menu Part 2 : Implementing Menu Layout

    Lecture 203 Adding NoteEditFragment Part 1 : Creating The Fragment

    Lecture 204 Adding NoteEditFragment Part 2 : Creating The Layout

    Lecture 205 Adding NoteEditFragment Part 3 : Populating Layout With Received Note Data

    Lecture 206 Dynamically Adding And Starting Noteeditfragment Part 1

    Lecture 207 Dynamically Adding And Starting Noteeditfragment Part 2

    Lecture 208 Section Recap

    Section 29: Android App: Improving NoteEditFragment

    Lecture 209 Section Introduction

    Lecture 210 Creating AlertDialog Box

    Lecture 211 Implementing Category Button OnClickListener

    Lecture 212 Creating AlertDialog Confirmation Box

    Lecture 213 Implementing Save Button OnClickListener

    Lecture 214 Retaining Information On Orientation Change With OnSaveInstanceState

    Lecture 215 Section Recap

    Section 30: Android App: Creating New Notes

    Lecture 216 Section Introduction

    Lecture 217 Application Roadmap Part 4

    Lecture 218 Adding New Note Item To Action Bar Part 1 : Updating Action Bar Layout

    Lecture 219 Adding New Note Item To Action Bar Part 2 : Receiving Action Bar Selection

    Lecture 220 Modifying NoteEditFragment For Note Creation

    Lecture 221 Fixing New Note Bug Part 1: Sending Data To Fragments

    Lecture 222 Fixing New Note Bug Part 2: Retrieving Data In Fragments

    Lecture 223 Section Recap

    Section 31: Android App: Adding The Database

    Lecture 224 Section Introduction

    Lecture 225 Creating And Defining Our Database

    Lecture 226 Getting Help From SQLiteOpenHelper

    Lecture 227 Reading Notes From Our Database Part 1: Implementing Database Methods

    Lecture 228 Reading Notes From Our Database Part 2: Using Database Methods

    Lecture 229 Creating New Notes In Our Database Part 1: Implementing Database Methods

    Lecture 230 Creating New Notes In Our Database Part 2: Using Database Methods

    Lecture 231 Updating Preexisting Notes

    Lecture 232 Deleting Notes

    Lecture 233 Section Recap

    Section 32: Android App: Adding Application Preferences / Settings

    Lecture 234 Section Introduction

    Lecture 235 Application Roadmap Part 5

    Lecture 236 Creating Preference Fragment Layout

    Lecture 237 Creating Preference Fragment & Activity

    Lecture 238 Starting & Tweaking Preference Activity / Fragment

    Lecture 239 Retrieving Application Preferences

    Lecture 240 Section Recap

    Section 33: Android App: Course Conclusion

    Lecture 241 Course Recap And Next Steps

    Lecture 242 Additional Resources

    Lecture 243 Closing Message

    Section 34: Swift Programming for Beginners

    Lecture 244 Course Introduction

    Section 35: Swift: Variables and Strings

    Lecture 245 Section Introduction

    Lecture 246 Variables

    Lecture 247 Strings

    Lecture 248 Section Conclusion

    Section 36: Swift: Your first app

    Lecture 249 Section Introduction

    Lecture 250 FirstApp

    Lecture 251 madLibs

    Lecture 252 Section Conclusion

    Section 37: Swift: Branching

    Lecture 253 Section Introduction

    Lecture 254 if and bool

    Lecture 255 boolExp

    Lecture 256 operators

    Lecture 257 switch Part 1

    Lecture 258 switch Part 2

    Lecture 259 Section Conclusion

    Section 38: Swift: Collections + Loops

    Lecture 260 Section Introduction

    Lecture 261 arrays

    Lecture 262 dictionaries

    Lecture 263 for loops

    Lecture 264 while

    Lecture 265 loops+collections

    Lecture 266 Section Conclusion

    Section 39: Swift: Functions

    Lecture 267 Section Introduction

    Lecture 268 functions Part1

    Lecture 269 functions Part2&3

    Lecture 270 functions Part4

    Lecture 271 scope

    Lecture 272 Section Conclusion

    Section 40: Swift: Enumerations

    Lecture 273 Section Introduction

    Lecture 274 Enummotivation

    Lecture 275 Defandusage

    Lecture 276 Section Conclusion

    Section 41: Swift: Structures

    Lecture 277 Section Introduction

    Lecture 278 Structure definition and basic usage

    Lecture 279 Structure methods and sorting

    Lecture 280 Type methods vs instance methods

    Lecture 281 Another example: a 3d Point typ

    Lecture 282 Section Conclusion

    Section 42: Swift: Classes

    Lecture 283 Section Introduction

    Lecture 284 Definition basic usage

    Lecture 285 Subclassing

    Lecture 286 Method overriding in collections

    Lecture 287 Type casting

    Lecture 288 Inheritance pros v cons

    Lecture 289 Protocols

    Lecture 290 Optionals

    Lecture 291 Section Conclusion

    Section 43: iOS 9 App Development For Beginners

    Lecture 292 Course Introduction

    Lecture 293 Registering As iOS Developer

    Lecture 294 First iOS project

    Lecture 295 Adding Controls

    Lecture 296 Completing The App

    Section 44: iOS 9: Building the User Interface

    Lecture 297 Building The User Interface

    Lecture 298 Storyboard Basics 1

    Lecture 299 Storyboard Basics 2

    Lecture 300 UILabel Storyboard

    Lecture 301 UILabel Code

    Lecture 302 UIbutton Control

    Lecture 303 UItextfield Control

    Lecture 304 UItextview Control

    Lecture 305 UIsegmented Control

    Lecture 306 UIslider Control

    Lecture 307 UIswitch Control

    Lecture 308 UIprogressview Control

    Lecture 309 UIactivityindicator Control

    Lecture 310 UIstepper Control

    Lecture 311 UIimageview Control

    Lecture 312 UIdatepicker Control

    Lecture 313 Page Control

    Lecture 314 UIPicker Control

    Lecture 315 UITableView 1

    Lecture 316 UITableView 2

    Lecture 317 UITableView 3

    Lecture 318 UITableView 4

    Lecture 319 UICollectionView

    Lecture 320 NavigationController

    Lecture 321 Passing Data

    Lecture 322 UITabBar Controller

    Lecture 323 UIToolbar Control

    Lecture 324 User Alerts And Messages

    Lecture 325 UIWebView 1

    Lecture 326 UIWebView 2

    Section 45: iOS 9: iOS features

    Lecture 327 iOS Features

    Lecture 328 Geocoding

    Lecture 329 Using MKMapItem

    Lecture 330 Using MapKit

    Lecture 331 Getting the Current Location

    Lecture 332 Posting Using Uiactivityviewcontroller

    Lecture 333 Posting to Twitter Using SLComposeViewController

    Lecture 334 Posting to Facebook Using SLComposeViewController

    Lecture 335 Going Async

    Lecture 336 Reminders and Alarms

    Lecture 337 File Management

    Section 46: iOS 9: Working with data

    Lecture 338 Working With Data

    Lecture 339 Nsdictionary Intro

    Lecture 340 Json

    Lecture 341 Databases

    Lecture 342 Sqlite Walkthrough

    Lecture 343 iCloud Files - UIDocument

    Lecture 344 iCloud Setup

    Lecture 345 iCloudFiles

    Section 47: iOS 9: Publishing your App

    Lecture 346 Publishing Your App

    Lecture 347 iOS Dev Center

    Lecture 348 Provisioning

    Lecture 349 iTunesconnect

    Section 48: iOS 9: Conclusion

    Lecture 350 Conclusion and Resources

    Lecture 351 Closing Message

    Section 49: Intermediate iOS 9 Programming

    Lecture 352 Introduction to the Course

    Section 50: Intermediate iOS 9: Remote Data Access

    Lecture 353 Remote Data Access Introduction

    Lecture 354 JSON

    Lecture 355 Accessing a Remote Service

    Section 51: Intermediate iOS 9: iOS Media

    Lecture 356 iOS Media Introduction

    Lecture 357 Image Gallery

    Lecture 358 Image Picker

    Lecture 359 Taking a Photo

    Lecture 360 Save to Photo Album

    Lecture 361 Playing a Video

    Lecture 362 Recording a Video

    Lecture 363 Playing Audio

    Lecture 364 Recording Audio

    Lecture 365 Accessing the Media Library

    Section 52: Intermediate iOS 9: GPS and Mapping

    Lecture 366 GPS and Mapping Introduction

    Lecture 367 Geocoding

    Lecture 368 Displaying a Map

    Lecture 369 Getting Directions

    Lecture 370 Getting the Current Location

    Lecture 371 Calculating Distance

    Lecture 372 Using MapKit

    Lecture 373 Setting the Region and Map Type

    Lecture 374 Displaying the Current Location

    Lecture 375 Map Annotations

    Section 53: Intermediate iOS 9: Motion Framework

    Lecture 376 Motion Framework Introduction

    Lecture 377 Accessing Motion Data

    Lecture 378 Accelerometer

    Lecture 379 Gyroscope

    Lecture 380 Compass

    Section 54: Intermediate iOS 9: Social Networking

    Lecture 381 Social Networking Introduction

    Lecture 382 Options for Social Networking

    Lecture 383 Using the UIActivityViewController

    Lecture 384 Using the SLComposeViewController

    Lecture 385 Using the SLRequest API

    Lecture 386 Posting to Twitter with SLRequest

    Lecture 387 Reading the Twitter Timeline

    Lecture 388 Posting to Facebook with SLRequest

    Lecture 389 Facebook SDK

    Lecture 390 Posting to the Facebook Wall

    Lecture 391 Getting the User Profile

    Section 55: Intermediate iOS 9: CloudKit

    Lecture 392 CloudKit Introduction

    Lecture 393 Setting up for iCloud

    Lecture 394 Creating CloudKit Structures

    Lecture 395 Accessing CloudKit Data Part 1

    Lecture 396 Accessing CloudKit Data Part 2

    Section 56: Intermediate iOS 9: In-App Purchasing

    Lecture 397 In-App Purchasing Introduction

    Lecture 398 Options for In-App Purchasing

    Lecture 399 In-App Purchasing Receipts - Part 1

    Lecture 400 In-App Purchasing Receipts - Part 2

    Lecture 401 Setting up the app with Apple

    Lecture 402 Using the Sandbox

    Lecture 403 Creating Purchase Items

    Lecture 404 Making the Purchase

    Lecture 405 Creating Hosted Content

    Lecture 406 Hosted Content

    Lecture 407 iAds

    Section 57: Intermediate iOS 9: Conclusion

    Lecture 408 Conclusion and Resources

    Lecture 409 Closing message from instructor

    Section 58: Mobile UI and UX Design

    Lecture 410 Introduction to the Course

    Lecture 411 What Is UI UX Design

    Lecture 412 The User-Centered Design Philosophy

    Lecture 413 Example of Strong UX UI Design

    Lecture 414 Exercise - Testing an App for UI UX Quality

    Lecture 415 Working with New Experiences for Users

    Lecture 416 Practice Exercise

    Section 59: Mobile UI: Mobile UX Design Trends

    Lecture 417 Mobile UX Design Trends

    Lecture 418 Performance-Centric Design

    Lecture 419 Live Updating and Cloud Collaboration

    Lecture 420 Geolocation

    Lecture 421 Leveraged Services and API Employment

    Lecture 422 Approaches to Interactions and Content

    Lecture 423 Utilizing Recent Trends

    Lecture 424 Practice Exercise

    Section 60: Mobile UI: UX Discovery, Assessment & Planning

    Lecture 425 Establishing Customer Requirements

    Lecture 426 Identifying the Technical Requirements

    Lecture 427 The User Research Process

    Lecture 428 Introduction to Creating a Requirements Documents

    Lecture 429 The Requirements Document In-Depth

    Lecture 430 Competitor Research and Differentiators

    Lecture 431 Usability Testing Methods

    Section 61: Mobile UI: "Nuts & Bolts" / Wireframing to Prototyping

    Lecture 432 Introduction to Wireframing and Prototyping

    Lecture 433 Mobile Navigation Patterns

    Lecture 434 Wireframing Exercise

    Lecture 435 Tools for Wireframing

    Lecture 436 Evaluate and Revise Your Design

    Lecture 437 Exercise - Build a Basic Wireframe

    Section 62: Mobile UI: User Interface High Fidelity Design

    Lecture 438 Introduction to High Fidelity Design

    Lecture 439 Design Style Choices

    Lecture 440 Master Art Files & Static Mockups

    Lecture 441 Complementation

    Lecture 442 Brand Identity

    Lecture 443 Typography In Design

    Lecture 444 Pitching Your Designs

    Section 63: Mobile UI: During Development - Building the UX

    Lecture 445 Starting UI UX Development

    Lecture 446 Guidelines and Documentation

    Lecture 447 Building the UI

    Lecture 448 Hybrid and Web-Based Apps

    Lecture 449 UI Design Wrap Up

    Section 64: Sketch 3 Mobile App Design

    Lecture 450 Introduction

    Lecture 451 Instructor Bio

    Lecture 452 Overview of Projects In This Course

    Lecture 453 What You Will Know By the End of This Course

    Lecture 454 Getting the Software

    Section 65: Sketch 3: Project: Mocking Up A Facebook-Style Application for iPhone

    Lecture 455 Introduction

    Lecture 456 Building the Application

    Lecture 457 Exporting Your Project

    Section 66: Sketch 3: Intermediate Sketch 3

    Lecture 458 Getting Design Templates and Other Resources

    Lecture 459 Editing Templates To Create Designs

    Lecture 460 Working with Pages in Sketch 3

    Lecture 461 Applying Styles Across Pages

    Lecture 462 Working with Shapes and Symbols

    Section 67: Sketch 3: Project: Creating a Set of Icons

    Lecture 463 Project: Creating a Set of Icons

    Section 68: Sketch 3: Working with The Rest of Sketch 3's Tools

    Lecture 464 Tools Wrapup

    Section 69: Sketch 3: Project: Creating a Splash Screen

    Lecture 465 Project: Creating a Splash Screen

    Section 70: Sketch 3: Conclusion

    Lecture 466 Course Wrapup

    Section 71: PhoneGap for Beginners

    Lecture 467 Course Introduction Part1

    Lecture 468 Course Introduction Part2

    Lecture 469 Section 1 Introduction

    Lecture 470 Download Required Software Part1

    Lecture 471 Download Required Software Part2

    Lecture 472 Download Required Software Part3

    Lecture 473 Install and setup the downloaded software Part4

    Lecture 474 Install and setup the downloaded software Part5

    Lecture 475 Install and setup the downloaded software Part6

    Lecture 476 Install and setup the downloaded software Part7

    Lecture 477 Install and setup the downloaded software Part8

    Lecture 478 Create a sample project to test the application

    Lecture 479 Test the sample project on the AVD emulator

    Lecture 480 Dissect the important files

    Lecture 481 Section 1 Conclusion

    Section 72: PhoneGap: Learning how to use the generic API's

    Lecture 482 Section 2 Introduction

    Lecture 483 Network Connection API Part1

    Lecture 484 Network Connection API Part2

    Lecture 485 Network Connection API Part3

    Lecture 486 Network Connection API Part4

    Lecture 487 Notification API Part1

    Lecture 488 Notification API Part2

    Lecture 489 BatteryStatus API Part1

    Lecture 490 BatteryStatus API Part2

    Lecture 491 Device Information API Part1

    Lecture 492 Device Information API Part2

    Lecture 493 Device Information API Part3

    Lecture 494 Section 2 Conclusion

    Section 73: PhoneGap: Use debugging mode and hardware API's

    Lecture 495 Section 3 Introduction

    Lecture 496 Learn about the hardware API's_Geolocation API

    Lecture 497 Learn about the hardware API's_Camera API(Part1)

    Lecture 498 Learn about the hardware API's_Camera API(Part2)

    Lecture 499 Learn about the hardware API's_Media API

    Lecture 500 Create a custom PhoneGap template

    Lecture 501 Section 3 Conclusion

    Lecture 502 Request a Course

    Section 74: Bonus Material

    Lecture 503 Bonus Lecture

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    Blender For Unity Interior Only Modular Dungeon Level Design

    Blender For Unity Interior Only Modular Dungeon Level Design
    Last updated 10/2019
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    Language: English | Size: 8.28 GB | Duration: 10h 43m

    Reusable grid-based dungeon modeling for modular level design. Learn Blender Editing for Unity 3D Video Game Developers

    What you'll learn
    How to design interior only 3D dungeons using modular room and hallway tiles.
    How to create quick and easy UVs and Materials for the purpose of prototyping
    How to create a fully interactive door from modeling to animation design to scripting
    How to setup lights and post processing in Unity 2018.2
    Learn the importance of staying on grid in both Blender and Unity
    Understand when and why to use mesh colliders
    How to randomize the placement of crates & barrels VIA script
    How to randomize the placement of beams, pipes, beams & pipes, or leaving a room empy

    Be able to navigate in Unity
    Be able to navigate in Blender
    Have a decent understanding of computing and game design practices.

    Learn how to 'stay on grid' and build a set of modular rooms and halls that can be easily assembled into a wide range of dungeon configurations. The course focuses on a grid-based approach to constructing modular dungeons which would be useful for many things, including plugging your pieces into a random dungeon generator. (generator not included)You'll learn to create animated doors and the necessary scripts to allow a player to interact with them. There are many tips for using box colliders, mesh colliders, rigid bodies, basic information for creating quick and easy UVs and Materials in Blender which are perfect for prototyping. How to import / export using FBX formatted files, set pivot points on models in Blender to be rotated properly in Unity and much more.This course is intended for Beginners & Intermediates who have already learned the basics of how to use Blender. If you are brand new to Blender, I highly recommend taking my course which covers all of the basics of Blender before you start with this course.


    Section 1: Introduction

    Lecture 1 What You Will Need

    Lecture 2 Quick Overview

    Section 2: Dungeon Interiors

    Lecture 3 Rooms

    Lecture 4 Hallways

    Lecture 5 Connectors

    Lecture 6 Duplicate Linked Dungeon

    Lecture 7 Blocked Passages

    Lecture 8 Door Frames

    Lecture 9 Pivoting Doors

    Lecture 10 Columns

    Lecture 11 Sloped Floors

    Lecture 12 Enhance & Optimize

    Lecture 13 UVs & Materials

    Lecture 14 UVs & Materials (Enhanced)

    Lecture 15 Export FBX

    Lecture 16 Import To Unity

    Lecture 17 Setup Unity Prefabs

    Lecture 18 First Modular Level

    Lecture 19 Colliders

    Lecture 20 Character Controller

    Lecture 21 Interactive Door (Part 1)

    Lecture 22 Interactive Door (Part 2)

    Lecture 23 Section 2: Dungeon Interiors (Unity Project Files)

    Section 3: Dungeon Dressing

    Lecture 24 Lantern

    Lecture 25 Lighting

    Lecture 26 Lighting Tip

    Lecture 27 Pipe Templates

    Lecture 28 Pipe Configurations

    Lecture 29 Pipe Prefabs

    Lecture 30 Beam Templates

    Lecture 31 Beam Configurations

    Lecture 32 Beam Prefabs (Part 1)

    Lecture 33 Beam Prefabs (Part 2)

    Lecture 34 Rigidbody Props (Part 1)

    Lecture 35 Rigidbody Props (Part 2)

    Lecture 36 Rigidbody Props (Part 3)

    Lecture 37 Randomization Scripting (Part 1)

    Lecture 38 Randomization Scripting (Part 2)

    Lecture 39 Demo Random Dungeon Generator

    Lecture 40 Section 3: Dungeon Dressing (Unity Project Files)

    Section 4: Finishing Touches

    Lecture 41 Cave Walls

    Lecture 42 Cave Doorway

    Lecture 43 Cave Finished Blend File

    Lecture 44 BONUS LECTURE: More Courses by Billy McDaniel

    Intermediate Blender and Unity game developers who are looking to extend their knowledge of these tools.



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    Introducci?n A La Milenaria Sabidur?a De La Kabal? Hebrea

    Introducci?n A La Milenaria Sabidur?a De La Kabal? Hebrea
    Published 8/2022
    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
    Language: Spanish | Size: 6.42 GB | Duration: 4h 21m

    Estudio Completo de los Fundamentos, Principios y Leyes de la Sabidur?a de la Kabal? desde sus Fuentes Hebreas.

    What you'll learn
    Las reglas que gobiernan el universo y la vida.
    Las Herramientas, t?cnicas y estrategias para desbloquear su m?ximo potencial.
    C?mo cambiar los comportamientos reactivos que lo est?n limitando.
    Los patrones de pensamiento, sistemas de creencias y elecciones, que hoy limitan su calidad de vida.
    Expandir su consciencia a nuevos y superiores niveles.
    Cambiar su inclinaci?n ego?sta por una inclinaci?n altruista.
    Escuchar la voz de su alma tan claramente que ya no dudar? sobre lo que desea y debe hacer.
    Convertir los obst?culos en desaf?os y estos en bendiciones.
    El camino hacia la abundancia la prosperidad y la plenitud verdaderas.
    La certeza de que todo viene de la Luz, todo es para nuestro bien y todo tiene un prop?sito.

    Ideal: Haber visto los cursos Fundamentos de Kabbalah 1 y 2 (Gratis aqu? en Udemy).

    El hombre siempre ha buscado respuestas a las preguntas b?sicas sobre la vida:?Qui?n soy? ?Qu? objetivo tiene mi vida aqu?? ?Por qu? existe el mundo??Seguimos existiendo despu?s de que nuestro cuerpo f?sico complete su tarea? Y muchas preguntas m?s que la Kabal? estudia en profundidad desde hace miles de a?os.En los ?ltimos a?os, el inter?s sobre la Sabidur?a de la Kabal? ha ido aumentando constantemente. Hasta hace poco tiempo, incluso hasta finales del siglo veinte, muy pocos estudiaban esta incre?ble sabidur?a y las posibilidades de hacerlo estaban muy restringidas a unos pocos iniciados. En los tiempos actuales y, por primera vez en miles de a?os, estudiantes de todas partes del mundo pueden acercarse a los conocimientos antes tan celosamente guardados.Hoy miles, y quiz? millones, de personas est?n estudiando Kabal? de una manera u otra y no siempre a trav?s de un maestro que los gu?e en su estudio desde las fuentes hebreas originales, para realizar ?ste curso fui asesorado por un verdadero cabalista, un rabino de Israel que prefiere permanecer en el anonimato.En este curso la gu?a no es el profesor, sino los grandes libros de sabios de la antig?edad, libros originales y comentarios de eximios eruditos sobre los mismos.La Sabidur?a de la Kabal? es una ciencia que estudia las leyes que rigen toda la creaci?n. Estas leyes est?n ocultas para nosotros, y debido a que no estamos conscientes de ellas, una y otra vez, actuamos en su contra y atraemos de ellas a nuestra vida una reacci?n opuesta y negativa. El estudio de estas leyes, a trav?s de la Sabidur?a de la Kabal?, es la soluci?n a la gran mayor?a de los problemas que azotan a la humanidad, y esta es la raz?n por la cual el inter?s en esta sabidur?a va en aumento.La Sabidur?a de la Kabal? nos ense?a que toda la creaci?n tiene un objetivo y que nada ocurre por casualidad. Est? escrito que toda la creaci?n y cada parte de ella, se desarrollan de acuerdo a un plan espec?fico y que su objetivo es, el descubrimiento y ascenso espiritual del ser humano.De acuerdo a los sabios hemos llegado actualmente a una etapa especial, en la que la humanidad entera est? preparada para el descubrimiento de la realidad espiritual. Y por ello es que la Sabidur?a de la Kabal? se revela a este mundo despu?s de miles de a?os de ocultamiento.Sin m?s pre?mbulos lo invito a ver las 7 primeras clases de muestra del curso para explorarlo m?s profundamente y, si le gusta, a inscribirse y comenzar la aventura de descubrir los fundamentos del estudio de la Sabidur?a de la Kabal? que cambiar? su vida para siempre como lo hizo con la m?a.?Nos vemos en la primera clase!


    Section 1: Introducci?n

    Lecture 1 ?Qui?nes Somos o Qu? Somos?

    Lecture 2 Los 3 Niveles de Deseo Humano.

    Lecture 3 Antes de Continuar...

    Lecture 4 La Vasija - Kli.

    Lecture 5 C?mo Conocemos al Creador.

    Lecture 6 La Armon?a Universal en la Kabal?.

    Lecture 7 Introducci?n a el Bien y el Mal seg?n la Kabal?.

    Lecture 8 El Objetivo del Ser Humano.

    Lecture 9 El Camino de la Tor? y el Camino del Sufrimiento.

    Section 2: Percepci?n de la Realidad Seg?n la Kabbalah.

    Lecture 10 Las Dos Formas de Relacionarse con la Realidad.

    Lecture 11 La Muerte y la Rotaci?n de las Almas.

    Lecture 12 El Discernimiento y las Tres Etapas de la Percepci?n Objetiva de la Realidad.

    Lecture 13 Las Dos Formas en que se Manifiesta la Realidad.

    Lecture 14 La Causa Primera.

    Lecture 15 La Esencia y sus Manifestaciones.

    Lecture 16 La Revelaci?n de la Kabal?.

    Lecture 17 El Sentido de la Vida.

    Lecture 18 La Justicia seg?n la Kabal?.

    Lecture 19 El Altruismo seg?n la Kabal?.

    Lecture 20 Lo Innecesario, lo Imposible y lo Imprescindible.

    Lecture 21 El Camino de la Consciencia.

    Lecture 22 El Camino del Sufrimiento.

    Lecture 23 La Ley del Desarrollo de la Humanidad.

    Section 3: La Espiritualidad en la Kabal?.

    Lecture 24 Emun?.

    Lecture 25 Del Ideal a la Pr?ctica.

    Lecture 26 La Tor? y las Mitzv?t.

    Lecture 27 Todo Puede ser Espiritual.

    Lecture 28 Tres Dimensiones: Pensamiento, Palabra y Acci?n.

    Lecture 29 Pensamiento - Majshav?.

    Lecture 30 Habla - Dibur.

    Lecture 31 Acci?n - Maas?.

    Lecture 32 Pa.R.D?.S.

    Lecture 33 La Ense?anza de los 4 Sabios.

    Lecture 34 Potencial y Circunstancia.

    Lecture 35 Las Dos Fuerzas que Rigen la Realidad.

    Lecture 36 El Objetivo y la Forma de Alcanzarlo.

    Section 4: Temporalidad y Espacialidad.

    Lecture 37 Principios Universales - El Dec?logo.

    Lecture 38 El Refinamiento.

    Lecture 39 El Tiempo y el Espacio.

    Lecture 40 Or y Kli - Luz y Vasija.

    Section 5: Secci?n Final.

    Lecture 41 Bibliograf?a.

    Lecture 42 Clase Final y Despedida.

    Lecture 43 Clase Extra.

    Todas aquellas personas que deseen m?s de la vida, que quieran ser mejores y aportar m?s valor al mundo.



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    Bio-Organic Farming & Gardening: Grow Your Own Food

    Bio-Organic Farming & Gardening: Grow Your Own Food
    Last updated 4/2021
    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
    Language: English | Size: 9.45 GB | Duration: 6h 53m

    IT'S ALL HERE! Soil, Plan/Prep, Compost, Seeds, Plant, Pests, Harvest- GROW Your OWN BioDynamic Organics

    What you'll learn
    How To Farm- Thorough Simpl, Step-by-Step Organic Farming, utilizing ancient tried-and-true Farming Methods and Rhythms from Cosmos
    Examples from Ladakh, Thailand, Nepal, Saipan Island, South Korea, all of which can apply to Your Operation.
    To Grow your Own Food in the most reliable, practical Earth-loving ways possible.

    The Essential BioDynamics is highly suggested as a pre-req, to really make the farming experience top quality. its an impressive difference!

    WELCOME TO BIO-ORGANIC FARMING & GARDENINGIt's SimPL.How To Farm- Thorough, Simpl, Step-by-Step Organic Farming, utilizing ancient tried-and-true Farming Methods and Rhythms from CosmosExamples from Ladakh, Thailand, Nepal, Saipan Island, South Korea, all of which can apply to Your Operation.To Grow your Own Food in the most reliable, practical Earth-loving ways possible.When Complemented w/ The Essential BioDynamics course, you create your Formidable Farming Foundation- Synergistic Flow in our own Fields, Windowpots and Backyards. DO YOU LOVE AMAZING FOOD?This is about sensible easy natural farming, properly timed by Cosmic rhythms. Why should growing food ever be different?THIS is a complete, in-the-field hands~on intensive- which comes with a lifetime experienced farming coach to answer all your questions.... showing how YOU can take control of your own environment and food supply, simply by growing the highest quality food- best flavour, highest nutritional content, shortest time, minimal blights & infestations...using BioDynamic Rhythms & the materials you have around you.~~~~~~~~A Message For These Times~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ for anyone! everywhere! who can lift a tool............FOR THE FIRST TIME in recent memory,ORGANIC FARMERS are rising to Center Stagein global importance to their fellow Humans-AS Health & Wellness is a PRIMAL human concern throughout our precious, abused and damaged Planet-We stand in the position now, finally-to provide the highest-quality, highly-valued and vitally enriching FOOD, to a human DEMAND which will continue to RISEas "conventional", chemical farming continues to FAIL.WE, as food growers, CAN MAKE PEOPLE STRONGER-WE CAN MAKE OURSELVES, STRONGER.Let us all bring the best of Life's Nutrifying Essenceto as many hungry souls as we can!to this, I say THANK YOU for showing interest in this oft-ignored yet necessary staple of human life and well-being. ~ thank you ALL, for being here ~ ------------------end of message ---------------------A Note For Organic Farmers:The Essential BioDynamics is intended to be taken BEFORE the farming courses, in a logical triad of Cosmos Education, Earth-Care, and Strategic Organic Food Production.1. The Essential BioDynamics provides The Why- vital details on supportive Cosmic rhythms, delivering the unique potency for 2. Bio-Organic Farming & Gardening which provides The How- a basic foundation of Earth prep and BioDynamic-Organic Food Production, and 3. Living Farm! provides The What- strategizing farm efforts, and suggests practical Options to improve long-term Economics and Community Acceptance for You, The Bio-Organic Farmer. ---------------------------------------Recent UPDATES LOG:20 Nov 2019- Three new lectures - Observational Soil Analysis, and two cell structure lectures- to bolster the prepp and pre-planting process.29 March 2020- A NEW Section 4: CONSEQUENCE: Farming Laziness and Disregard was created, and offers organic solutions to repair some of our worst ills regarding FOOD.13 April 2020- Two new lectures- Organics in the Accidental Forefront, in the course front section, a reprint from the SimPLife YouTube series, Virus Farming Update. ~and~Changing the "Organic" Game , an offering on changing the heavily-controlled "organic" label.26 April 2020- A NEW Section 7: Natural Pest Control created,5 lectures, completed 5 May."It's about time!", echo course participants....These latest additions raise our overall total to 73 LECTURESand, the day aint over yet....... ---------------------------------------- WHAT THEY'RE SAYING: ~testimonials from Course engagers~"Well I have finally finished the course, it has kept me coming back for more and more. I look at piles of leaves and wonder why they havent been collected by a composter, I look at the vast array of tools I have in my garden shed and compare them to im's 2 tools, I think of all the money I have spent on compost, the wasted effort and time spent on my garden to be dissapointed by the results. I am a new man from now on I am going to KEEP THINGS SIMPLE. I am going to compost everything thats suitable and waste nothing. I have thoroughly enjoyed this course and consider it a life changer. Well done im for teaching us SIMPLE is best."- Vic A."A great insight to Bio dynamic/organic planting and the instructor's passion to a healthy future can be realized through his efforts in teaching and showing the practical methods. I have learnt a lot through this course and can't wait to try BD methods in my backyard gardening. I would really encourage everyone to try this course who is interested in learning how easy is to have a chemical free garden by just availing what nature has provided us.Thank you Im for all your efforts in spreading your wealth of knowledge and mother earth is proud to have your presence.. :) Good luck in all your future endeavors!!"- Sendhivel A"Practical and informative, this is really an exciting course. Being made aware of these biodynamic practices and putting them to immediate use, is worth more than pure gold. I am humbled by having received such ancient knowledge at this stage in my life. With gratitude."- Nancy D. ------------------------------------------------------This is Ladakhi Organic Farming utilizing BioDynamics (BD), or the cosmic dance which infuses, flows throughout Life on our mother planet. What does that simply-Know how the BD rythmns and calendar guide us into the highest-probability, best-results days for doing everything related to our beautiful farm- or tomatoes in the windowbox- throughout every season.Everything you need for SimPLy growing your own food- detailed on-site videos, storydocs & infotools, coming to you LIVE from high-desert (himalayan Ladakh), tropical (Thailand) and temperate climes (Korea): planning & creating, planting, nutrifying, watering & cultivation- and of course, the Glorious Harvest.Not for info-tourists, you will be fairly tested for assured farming results...Career farmers, backyard hobbyists, avid foodies or community leaders, urban or rural, will find this creatively fun & essential!~ WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO COMPLETE THE COURSE ~ EXPERIENCE not required! Only a willingness for Personal AdventureThe Core Concept here is Self-Reliance: not dependence.STRIVE for Flight by your own Wings and we'll help you get there!All pertinent Info & Links will be supplied, to support your Efforts & Research.Questions? USE your Instructor to FILL IN what is missing!FarmField needs: A piece of Land is ideal, otherwise multiple Containers work just fine...Soil Builder needs: Organic Materials such as local manures, dried grasses or grains; vegetable Scraps from kitchen, restaurant or yardWater needs: Natural water supply (river, stream, canal) or water mains (piped-in supply, hose etc)The Bio-Farmer's BEST TOOL List: a BioDynamics Calendar (free online, links provided) A Sturdy Farming Hoe, a hand Digger or Trowel, a Bucket or two Experienced Clothing: Gloves, Sunhat, long-sleeved cotton Shirt, tough bare Feet, old Shoes BUDDIES to help you have FUN - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (group projects are always BEST) ....and a SMILE VITAL:At any time, if something does not make sense to you, or you have a particular situation to ask about- USE this course as an info-forum! ASK ANY and EVERY QUESTION in course discussions, so others may benefit, in addition to yourself. In this indirect way, you are thus also helping to teach, or direct, the course.have fun with this!imSensibleintegratedmultiplicity forPracticalLiving


    Section 1: Welcome to Growing Your Own Vital & Highly Nutritious Food!

    Lecture 1 Bio-Organic Intro: This Course, in a NutShell

    Lecture 2 "What Is Farming?" The Movie

    Lecture 3 The Farmer Dictator

    Lecture 4 Organics in the Accidental Forefront

    Lecture 5 Animal vs Veg Farming

    Lecture 6 What Does ORGANIC Even Mean?

    Lecture 7 Changing the "ORGANIC" Game

    Lecture 8 Bio-Organic Info & Links

    Section 2: SUBSOIL SMORGASBORD: Compost & Soil Treats

    Lecture 9 Observational Soil Analysis

    Lecture 10 The Real Deal: Aerobic, Thermophilic Compost

    Lecture 11 Assembling the Compost Trench

    Lecture 12 Compost Methods: Trench, Bins, Windrow & Containers

    Lecture 13 Bio-Org Soil Treats: Feasts for Friendly Fungus

    Lecture 14 Windrow Composting in Saipan

    Section 3: PLAN: Prepare Your Farm

    Lecture 15 THAILAND: Before You Dig In, Some Basics

    Lecture 16 THAILAND: Observe A Basic Ladakhi-Style Farm Build

    Lecture 17 GOT RESOURCES? a Farm Status Quo checklist

    Lecture 18 Planting Companions, Fun & Farm Improvement

    Lecture 19 A SimPL Farm Record

    Lecture 20 Planning Your Farm Layout

    Section 4: CONSEQUENCE: Farming Laziness and Disregard

    Lecture 21 Row Farming

    Lecture 22 Plastic As Mulch

    Lecture 23 Solutions Before Consequence

    Section 5: DIGGING IN: Let's Build A Farm!

    Lecture 24 A SimPLy Divine Ladakhi Farmscape, Climate & People

    Lecture 25 All About the Clay: Cell Building & Maintenance

    Lecture 26 Cell Construction 2019 Add-On

    Lecture 27 5 Cell Structure Ladakh 2019

    Lecture 28 Massive Fields, Major Production: Grains & Bulk Food

    Lecture 29 Baaad Farmer! Applying SimPLife HOT Mix & URINE

    Lecture 30 Turning Nutrients Under the Soil

    Lecture 31 The Importance of Seeds: Selecting For Conditions

    Lecture 32 BD Quiz: Executive Decision Time

    Lecture 33 BD Quiz: Executive Answers

    Lecture 34 BD Quiz: Executive Other Aspects

    Lecture 35 The Planting Niche: Depths, Spacings & Companions

    Lecture 36 PLANTING Those Seeds & Chatting Up Nutrients

    Section 6: AFTERPLANT: Nurturing Soil & Produce

    Lecture 37 Subsoil Savvy & The Initial AfterPlant Watering

    Lecture 38 Dare We Ask, What Is Farming?

    Lecture 39 Water Choice: Canal vs. Hose Feed

    Lecture 40 Like What We've Done With the Place? the Update

    Lecture 41 Transplanting: Cells Become Nurseries

    Lecture 42 Multiplicitous Mulching & Green Manures

    Lecture 43 Thinning 1: BioDynamical Benefitisms

    Lecture 44 Thinning 2: All About the Speed & More

    Lecture 45 Curios- Tips n Tricks

    Section 7: Natural Pest Control

    Lecture 46 Pest Control One- Pokhara NEPAL

    Lecture 47 BORAX! the Miracle Mineral

    Lecture 48 Diatomaceous Earth (DE)

    Lecture 49 HODGEPODGE- Ants, Wasps, Burrowers, Hookworms

    Lecture 50 Pollinators & Building Pests

    Section 8: HARVEST: The Glorious Abundance

    Lecture 51 Harvest Conditions & the Human Factor

    Lecture 52 Use The WHOLE PLANT!

    Lecture 53 Harvest, That Glorious Abundance

    Lecture 54 Gotta Love Those Trees: Harvest Fruits

    Lecture 55 UpMarket Those Fruits! Harvest Dried Fruit

    Lecture 56 Chop, Bundle & Thresh: Harvest Grains

    Lecture 57 Autumn Abundance: Rooftop Mulch & Late Farming

    Lecture 58 Harvest Update & Farming Summary

    Section 9: BioOrg in Action: URBAN Korea

    Lecture 59 That Wide-Open Korean Farmscape...

    Lecture 60 Urban Prep: Hoe vs. Shovel vs. Grass

    Lecture 61 A Yummy Soil for the Urban Farmette

    Lecture 62 BD: The BIG Exciting Quiz

    Lecture 63 BD: BIG Exciting Answers

    Lecture 64 Late-Season Action Update

    Section 10: BioOrg Development: URBAN Second Season

    Lecture 65 Prepping the Farmette for a New Season

    Lecture 66 Precious Seeds: What To Plant and Why

    Lecture 67 Plant Those Seeds!

    Lecture 68 Up Till Now: What We Learned So Far

    Section 11: BioOrg in Action: Monsoon Farming Nepal

    Lecture 69 Monsoon Farming Intro

    Lecture 70 POST Monsoon Planting Tips

    Lecture 71 Weeds and BioDiversity

    Lecture 72 Monsoon Guide

    Section 12: Bonus BioOrg in Action: Bits n Bobs

    Lecture 73 Urban GreenFields- Residence Field, Pokhara Nepal

    Lecture 74 Bonus: How To Nutrify Sandy Soil, PART ONE

    Lecture 75 Bonus: How To Nutrify Sandy Soil, PART TWO

    ALL Of US can farm! normally, creative/activist souls would be most attracted to this, but anyone who wishes to be more active in their Life is very welcome!



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    The Principles of Ayurveda: The Science of Life (YACEP)

    The Principles of Ayurveda: The Science of Life (YACEP)
    Published 08/2022
    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 41 lectures (6h 12m) | Size: 8.1 GB

    Explore Yoga's sister science, learn diet & lifestyle practices, ignite your inner healing power, balance mind & body

    What you'll learn
    Student will explore the fundamental principles of Ayurveda; the ancient science of life and oldest medical system that exists today
    Students will learn about the history and philosophy of Ayurveda
    We will explore a variety of topics such as the 3 Pillars of Ayurveda, The Universal Qualities, 6 Srotas, 7 Dhatus, and Dinancharya
    We will dive deeply into an analysis of the 5 elemental energies, how they exist in nature and in all creation, including us.
    We will explore the 5 elemental energies and how to identify which energy dominates us.
    Develop a deep understanding of the 3 doshas, their characteristics and attributes, site within the body, and how our dosha influences mind and body
    Students will develop a deep understanding into their nature and also learn how to read other peoples energetic (doshic) makeup.
    We will discuss how diet and lifestyle greatly influence our constitution, what will swing us out of balance and what we can do to regain balance
    We will explore the 3 dosha in life, work and love and will also learn about the combination dosha that exisit
    Students will have the opportunity to assesses their own prakriti and vrikruti
    We will dive deep into Ayurvedic nutrition learning about the 6 stages of digestion, Different types of Agni, Ama, The 6 tastes, and best foods for each dosha
    Lastly, students will explore the spiritual side of Ayurveda looking at the 3 cosmic forces, the 3 universal gunas, and the 5 koshas

    No previous study is required. All are welcome. This is part one of a foundations course.
    All that is required is an open mind and a willingness and genuine desire to learn about this ancient medical system that empowers us to take our health into our own hands. By becoming more aware and integrating simple practices into daily life we can ensure a happier, healthier life.

    Ayurveda is the oldest surviving medical system in the world. It is known as the sister science of Yoga and is the science of life. Translated from the Sanskrit words Ayur (life) and Veda (knowledge) Ayurveda is a medical system from India with origins dating back over 5000 years.

    Ayurveda is much more than just a system of medicine. It looks at an individual from a holistic perspective and embraces medical science, philosophy, psychology, alchemy, and spiritual understanding as well as astrology and astronomy. It includes lifestyle guidance, herbal medicine, nutrition, detoxification, massage, and other body work, plus spiritual practices. It offers complete guidance in preventative care and treatment through its 8 main branches.

    Ayurveda empowers us to take our health into our own hands by providing simple practices that can be easily incorporated in our lives to ensure a happier, healthier life.

    When you learn about yourself from an ayurvedic perspective, you can't help but act with more mindfulness around how your choices will interact with your mind and body. Ayurveda has so much for us to contemplate, and it rolls out an expansive path for endless self evolution.

    In Part One of this foundations course we will introduce students to Ayurveda and it's fundamental concepts and principles. It's main focus is on the energy of the 5 elements, the doshas, and proper diet for each dosha.

    We will explore the following topics

    History of Ayurveda

    Ayurveda Philosophy

    3 Main Pillars of Ayurveda

    The Elements in Nature and Ourselves

    The 3 Doshas and how their characteristics influence life, work, love, communication, digestion

    Ayurvedic Nutrition, Agni, The 6 Tastes, Best foods for each Dosha

    The Srotas, The Dhatus, Ama

    The Spiritual Side of Ayurveda including The Three Cosmic Forces, The 3 Universal Qualities, and The Koshas

    By the end of the course students will have received a thorough introduction to the key concepts and should have a deep understanding of how their constitution impacts their physical, mental and spiritual self. They will also have all the knowledge to implement appropriate diet and lifestyle choices (based upon their own prakriti) so they can maintain balance in mind, body and soul. This knowledge will greatly improve their overall health and happiness and this will lead to an overall better life.

    Who this course is for
    This course is appropriate for absolutely anyone who would like to learn about an ancient, holistic system that teaches us how by aligning ourselves with nature we are able to become tremendously more happy, healthy, and peaceful.
    This course is registered by a YACEP therefor existing yoga teachers can use these hours towards your 3 year CEC requirements.
    This course is ideal for anyone who has a desire to learn about the sister science of Yoga
    This course is excellent for yoga teachers who with to take their teaching to a far deeper level



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