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This Podcast is about meditation & wisdom tradition. I will share passages from ancient books on spirituality intended to bring inspiration and learning to smart, wisdom-seeking experts, thought leaders, coaches, and entrepreneurs, and everyone interested in the topic. I will interview extraordinary people from all kinds of backgrounds in meditation & healing practices. It will also be about philosophers, modern physics, and last but not least, about psychedelic journeys.
 
One precocious kid. Two microphones. The whole world to explore. A nine-year-old world traveler offers insights and interviews with the fascinating people she encounters. See more at EmiliaTurner.com Emilia is the daughter of AK Turner, a "NY Times" Bestselling Author who writes a travel humor series called "Vagabonding With Kids" Go to http://VagabondingwithKids.com
 
Are you searching for great stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science. Our website with show notes]] Greetings science fans! We’r ...
 
Talking to Cool People is an interview show where Jason, you guessed it, talks to cool people! His belief is that everyone is cool and everyone has a fascinating story to tell. Subscribe to enjoy fun, inspirational, and vulnerable conversations with people from all walks of life and from all over the world. With guests ranging from CEOs to college students, from Navy Seals to therapists, from authors to musicians and everything in between, you never know where the conversations are going to ...
 
Our podcast about the science of business! At Omnicor, we’re driven to understand as much as possible in the current organisational and people development space. Each episode will feature fascinating guests who will share tools and the latest thinking to help grow your own career or improve your team or business.
 
Taking a closer look at some of the most fascinating stuff inside our museums. From bits of buried treasure to iconic portraits to outlandish furniture, what do these things say about us? Each episode, we hear from a range of people who share their expertise and passion, revealing the incredible stories behind the objects we collect, curate and cherish. Art and Stuff is published by Art Fund, the UK’s national charity for art, which raises money for museums and galleries through the National ...
 
Welcome to the Association of Amusing People, a conversational podcast where you might not be amused...but we sure as hell will be! Our team includes four hosts: Fred, Sam, Tristan and Marny. We are friends who share a passion for lighthearted bickering and an exceptional ability to amuse ourselves regardless of what topic we discuss. The format is simple, every episode each of our four hosts presents an issue or story for the group to ponder, explore and ridicule. Discussing a wide variety ...
 
In this era of knee-jerk partisanship and decision-based evidence making, the currency of actual ideas has become sadly devalued in Canadian politics. Veteran broadcaster Jo-Ann Roberts is changing all that with People, Politics and Planet, a wide-ranging audio journey through some fascinating political terrain where you’ll meet some of the country’s most thought-provoking policy innovators. Sure, they mostly lean towards Green – but, as Jo-Ann finds out, that’s where the all interesting stu ...
 
How does creativity shape our lives? Through interviews with artists, makers, creators and general lovers of life, we will explore how creativity has helped them to carve out a unique and fulfilling life. This is a great resource for creatives in any field, of any ability, from professional to hobbyist. Ultimately though, this a life affirming podcast that we hope will inspire you to pursue your own ideas and dreams, whatever they may be! We explore these peoples personal paths to where they ...
 
D.K. Brainard, an astrologer, hypnotherapist and writer, is the host of "Stars for the People." D.K.'s in-depth astrology forecasts powerfully translate current aspects and alignments into how they will affect us personally. Explore DK's fascinating programs now On-Demand and register on the Empower Radio site for our newsletters which feature his weekly astrology predictions - visit www.empoweradio.com.
 
A show hosted by two South African buddies, Craig and Gareth. Both have fantastic faces for Podcasting 🙂 Each episode the hosts have conversations with guests who are recognised in their community as people who provide inspiration, motivation and hope. We explore their lives and background stories in fascinating and intriguing chats. We unpack how adversity or their sheer determination and mindset has been used to create a positive and meaningful impact in their and other people's lives. The ...
 
Tailored specially to make history more palatable and interesting to children, Our Island Story, by Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall, is a charmingly illustrated volume that promises hours of delight for parents as well as children. Beginning with the myths and legends about Albion, the author ensures that she captivates the child's imagination from the very first page. Unlike today's dry and non-committal history tomes that are prescribed in schools, Our Island Story is full of lyrical prose, l ...
 
Join Dr. Miller for conversations with thought leaders, health and wellness experts, and global activist from a variety of fields. You will find valuable tools for healing at every level, from the personal to the planetary. With experts from fields ranging from science and medicine to philosophy and spirituality, Dr. Miller explores ancient wisdom, recent advances in transformational technology, practical tips for self-healing, and guidance for awakening your personal and collective wisdom. ...
 
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Ryan Souther is a certified shamanic life coach and art therapist, and he goes by Llama Su, on various online platforms. He has written a book of poetry and a couple of books of haiku which is a type of short-form poetry originally from Japan. He had numerous art exhibitions in the northwest. Humboldt County, California has been his place of reside…
 
Episode 38 The Full Time Optimist : Q&A with Dr Rudnick Show Notes Take a listen to our own MD Dr Rudnick in the hot seat, usually he is the co-host, putting our guests through their paces. In this episode we did something different, for one we have a guest co-host Suliman Chothia who always brings a light and fun energy to any conversation and sec…
 
In this episode Ben Miller uncovers an incredible collection of more than 170 watercolour illustrations of exotic birds, kept at the Natural History Museum in London. Painted by the nature artist Sarah Stone in the late 18th century, these rich studies gave the public a first look many unknown bird species from around the world. Ben hears more abou…
 
Taren threatens Jason with a spite podcast, share how her many years working in hospice care prepared her for her work in coaching and improv, and Taren gets Jason to go deep on what it's like to be a dad. "Relax and let it go." Taren is a PCC Level Executive Coach with her company, Big Time Coaching. She also specializes in improv, public speaking…
 
Dr. Aleix Martinez is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Director of the Computational Biology and Cognitive Science Laboratory at the Ohio State University. He is also affiliated with the Department of Biomedical Engineering and to the Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences. The work in Aleix's lab focuses on…
 
Courtni “StarHeart” Hale Traditional and Authentic Shaman, 15 years training, including Native American Medicine Teachers, Herbalists and Holistic Health. Personal Consulting, monthly Kambo Medicine, Medicine Retreats, Soul Retrieval, Readings. Executive Director, The Center for Natural and Traditional Knowledge Leader/ Organizer, and Speaking even…
 
Bay News 9’s beloved anchor Rick Elmhorst sits down with the people that represent you, the people fighting for change, and the people with fascinating stories to ask the hard questions. Covering people, politics, and issues from a Tampa Bay perspective every Wednesday. Join us and listen starting January 27th.…
 
In this episode Ben explores the history of one of the grandest objects of furniture in the land, the Great Bed of Ware, part of the collection at the V&A in London. Made in the 16th century, it has been host to thousands of somnolent occupants over the years. Ben hears more about its fascinating story from curator Nick Humphrey and writer Jonathan…
 
David talks about his journey from Wall Street to running high performing sales teams, outlines what shifts you need to make as you move from an individual contributor to a leader of people and David and Jason spend some time on the ins and outs of parenting during a pandemic. "You don't have to show up to every fight you are invited to." David is …
 
Dr. Rebecca Richards-Kortum is the Malcolm Gillis University Professor of Bioengineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice University. She is also Director of the award-winning Rice 360 Institute for Global Health and founder of Beyond Traditional Borders Program at Rice University. Rebecca and her colleagues are developing technologi…
 
Phil Reynolds, The Mind-Body Mentor, states that he loves his fiancé, helping his tribe succeed, and present moment awareness. There is only NOW. Phil spent 10 years working in and leading campus ministries in non-denominational Christianity. Then after his first spiritual awakening began studying Q'ero Shamanism, Deeksha, Hermeticism, and other es…
 
Mike and Jason kick off the interview by chatting about scotch, Mike goes deep on his journey on what led him to run two successful businesses in the cannabis and CBD industries and shares the deets about his own Podcast, Infused: A Cannabiz Talk Show. "Find something good to be happy about for this year and set your sights on having a great 2021."…
 
Dr. Carolyn Bertozzi is the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Chemical and Systems Biology and Radiology at Stanford University. She is also an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Carolyn’s research combines chemistry and biology. Her lab develops tools from chemistry that can be used to study biolo…
 
David Shor is a data scientist and the former head of political data science for Civis Analytics, a Democratic think tank. In 2012, he developed the Obama campaign’s in-house election forecasting system, which accurately predicted the outcome to within a point in every state. David was the subject of some controversy this summer when he was fired f…
 
In this episode I talk about what re-invention means and how it might look to artists and creatives alike. We begin the episode addressing some of the questions that came out of the ‘Instagram’ episode before moving onto re-invention itself. There are many different factors which can be a catalyst to re-inventing yourself (forced changes, circumsta…
 
Dr. Talid Sinno is a Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering as well as Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also Director of Graduate Admissions. His lab develops computer models and simulations focused on how very small, microscopic objects come together or aggregate to form larger struc…
 
Ben Miller explores the fascinating history behind the miniature painting ‘The Spanish Armada off the Coast of England’, part of the collection at the Ulster Museum in Belfast. Painted by an unknown artist, this vivid depiction of the defeat of the Spaniards by the British navy in 1588 is an extremely rare example of such a picture from the decades…
 
Paul talks about his superpower of curiosity, shares some killer public speaking tips and Paul dishes on his love of music and how many instruments he can play. "You have a story, tell it like you mean it." Paul Geiger, the founder of Public Speaking Advantage, has spent the past decade as a NYC speech coach specializing in effective business commu…
 
Episode 37: Frontline Leadership Show Notes Hospitals across the globe had to adapt and transform swiftly from the outset of the pandemic. Top of the to do list for all Leadership was to ensure continuity of care for patients and safe working conditions for the healthcare workers on the front lines. One such leader is Dr Nilesh Patel, Group Chief M…
 
Dr. Audrey Dussutour is a National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) Scientist at Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse, France. Audrey studies animal behavior and collective intelligence in ant colonies and slime molds. In ant colonies, she examines how the ants regulate traffic to avoid traffic jams, and she creates algorithms that may help al…
 
Lois Kramer-Perez is a Certified Practitioner in Feng Shui, Hypnosis, Past Life Regression, NLP and Energy Clearing, Lois merges these methods to create the unique program for sustainable change. Lois Kramer-Perez, “Queen of the Shui” is the go-to expert when you are ready to receive passionate relationships, a peaceful home, and a life you love. H…
 
Join Ben Miller as he explores the colourful history of the Wynnstay Organ, part of the collection at National Museum Wales in Cardiff. Made in the 18th century and designed by Robert Adam, the organ was commissioned by Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, ‘the Welsh Maecenas’. Amongst others, Ben gets to hear from broadcaster Reverend Richard Coles, Welsh la…
 
Dr. Erica Middleton is an Institute Scientist and Director of the Language and Learning Laboratory at Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute. Many people who have had a stroke experience a long-term impairment in their ability to produce or comprehend language. This impairment is called aphasia. Erica’s research focuses on applying fundamental lear…
 
Excerpts from Smith, Huston. The World's Religions, Revised and Updated (PP.114-122). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in 8:28 minutes: In this episode, I cover the famous parable of the arrow smeared thickly with poison, and how the original Buddhism can be characterized by being empirical, scientific, pragmatic, therapeutic, psychological,…
 
In episode two Ben Miller uncovers the story behind a unique collage from the Islington Museum in London. 'World of Cats' by Kenneth Halliwell was made in the mid-Sixties while Halliwell was living with his partner, the renowned playwright Joe Orton. Arrange up on a folding screen, it’s a great example of the many subversive collages the pair creat…
 
In the first episode presenter Ben Miller learns more about the mysterious rediscovery of a ‘lost’ portrait of Charles Dickens. Painted by Margret Gillies, the portrait has at last found a home in the Charles Dickens Museum in London, but its journey wouldn’t be out of place in one of its subject’s novels. Lucinda Hawksley, Dickens’ great-great-gre…
 
Excerpts from Smith, Huston. The World's Religions, Revised and Updated (PP.105-113). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in 7:16 minutes: In this episode, I cover the four passing sights, his search, leaving the palace, the forest, Raja Yoga, Hindu philosophy, asceticism, the middle way, the immovable spot, his enlightenment, 45 years of minis…
 
Lizbeth shares the genesis of the name of her company and Jason relates it to two of his favorite movies, she shares her morning routine which has changed her life and they talk about the power of courage in the face of any adversity. "Courage is not the absence of fear. Courage is doing it anyways despite of the fear." Lizbeth is a co-founder and …
 
Dr. Eva Harris is a Professor of Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology as well as Director of the Center for Global Public health at the University of California, Berkeley. She is also the founder and president of the Sustainable Sciences Institute. Eva’s research focuses on dengue and influenza viruses that are major public health problems around th…
 
In this episode I talk to Print Maker Laura Boswell. We begin the podcast touching on how Laura first became interested in both Lino cut and Japanese wood block printing, and how a chance catalyst led her to pursuing a career into the arts. We move on to talk about the differences between craft and art, artisan and artist, before looking at the wor…
 
Excerpts from Smith, Huston. The World's Religions, Revised and Updated (S.85-93). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in 9:52 minutes: In this episode, we learn about the Hindu worldview, and how it sees all other religions in her context. "To the question, “What kind of world do we have?” Hinduism answers: A multiple world that includes innum…
 
Excerpts from the book by Smith, Huston. The World’s Religions, Revised and Updated (PP.82-83). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in 9:52 minutes: In this episode, notions of brahman, jiva (individual soul), karma, and the journey of a being from the very beginning to moksha (liberation) will be the topics. Below is an excerpt of one of many.…
 
Smith, Huston. The World’s Religions, Revised and Updated (PP.60-70). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in 10:20 minutes: In this episode, we continue with the ways of to the goal, with Raja Yoga. Here is a short excerpt of several covered. “The purpose of raja yoga is to demonstrate the validity of this fourfold estimate of the human self by…
 
Smith, Huston. The World’s Religions, Revised and Updated (PP.50-70). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in 8:31 minutes: In this episode, the subject matter is Bhakti and Karma Yoga. Here is a short excerpt of several covered. “The ideal form for most people will be one of God’s incarnations, for God can be loved most readily in human form be…
 
Excerpts from the book by Smith, Huston. The World's Religions, Revised and Updated (PP. 42-47). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in 06:18 minutes: The root of the word Yoga. The quest that has inspired India for ages. The different personality types and the Yogas. The first steps of Yoga. Jnana Yoga, the first way. The meaning of persona. T…
 
Tracy and Jason geek out about work style assessments, she shares her journey from a job on Wall Street to finding her purpose helping others create the career of their dreams and what it was that had her get emotional when she launched her book "Unstoppable". "Do and try and don't live a life of regrets." Tracy is the founder of The Nth Degree® Ca…
 
Dr. Rodrigo Quian Quiroga is a Professor and Director of the Centre for Systems Neuroscience at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom. He is also an author of the books Borges and Memory, Principles of Neural Coding, Imaging Brain Function with EEG, and The Forgetting Machine. Rodrigo is interested in understanding how memory works and …
 
Excerpts from the book by Smith, Huston. The World's Religions, Revised and Updated (PP. 27-41). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in 9 minutes: Hinduism's affirmation is you can have what you want. Pleasure, worldly success, ... are not the things the people really want, however. There is the path of desire and the path of renunciation. The …
 
Excerpts from the book by Smith, Huston. The World's Religions, Revised and Updated (PP. 252-254). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in 7 minutes: The Taoists rejected all forms of self-assertiveness and competition. The ax falls first on the tallest tree. Selfless as melting ice is one of their descriptive figures. Chuang Tzu's description o…
 
Excerpts from the book by Smith, Huston. The World's Religions, Revised and Updated (PP. 252-254). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in 4 minutes: Perfecting a life of wu wei. Meanings of wu wei, pure effectiveness, and creative quietude. The way to do is the way to be. The secret lies in seeking out the empty spaces in life and in nature. Ch…
 
Excerpts from the book by Smith, Huston. The World's Religions, Revised and Updated (PP. 234-242). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in 05:40 minutes: The three schools of Taoism, efficient power (philosophical), augmented power (hygiene, and Yoga), and vicarious power (religious). Furthermore, the concepts of wu wei (pure effectiveness) and …
 
In this Episode, I talk with friend and professional artist Paul Apps. Paul describes himself as an impressionist realist, adept at using a wide range of mediums to bring his artwork to life. We touch on Pauls’ use of multimedia at the beginning of the episode, before diving into the evolution of art as a business, and Pauls’ unwavering commitment …
 
Excerpts from the book by Smith, Huston. The World's Religions, Revised and Updated (P. 232). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in short 3 minutes: Tao can mean the way of ultimate reality, the way of the universe, and the way of human life. It cannot be named, there are no words for it, except Tao (a nonsense word), it refers to the womb of …
 
Excerpts from the book by Smith, Huston. The World's Religions, Revised and Updated (P.230). HarperOne. Kindle-Version. Covered here in short 3 minutes: Lao Tzu, 604 B.C., Confucius meets him, the Old Master or Old Boy as Lao Tzu is translated leaves riding on a water buffalo and at the border when asked for his teaching, he writes in three days th…
 
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