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Where science and spirituality meet.
Interviews that make you think ‘OMG yes yes YES!’
Becky interviews some of the top thinkers in the world today to answer some of the most difficult problems. Humour, brilliance and ideas that create cognitive orgasm.
Creating a conversation that acts like a connection of consciousness. A moment of transcendence.
Cognitive orgasm when someone connects their words to your heart. Cognitive ecstasy!
Once a mind is stretched by a new idea it will never go back to the same size.
Music by kindly given by the brilliant Late Cambrian
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Courage and Resilience – Courage turns vulnerability into the opportunity for growth that it really is. Resilience comes from the blind faith that we must have in ourselves to be ok, no matter what and embrace courage. It’s not what happens to you, but how you bounce back from it that counts.
In this podcast we hear from two coaches and get their tips and advice on how to build courage and resilience in our lives.
Can solving addiction change the whole world? – Rat Park
You might have seen a TED Talk by Johann Hari called ‘Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong’. It’s also been turned into an animation called ‘Addiction’. Both cite the experimental work of our guest, a professor of Psychology in Vancouver, Bruce Alexander and his experiments called ‘Rat Park’. Be prepared, what you think you know about addiction and the workings of society is about to change. This is a MUST HEAR podcast!
Restorative Justice – Restorative justice brings those harmed by crime or conflict and those responsible for the harm into communication, enabling everyone affected by a particular incident to play a part in repairing the harm and finding a positive way forward.
In this podcast we hear from Sonya Shah, who lives in San Francisco and works within restorative justice, and Amber Thorne, who works in the Metropolitan police in London with victims of rape.
The neuroscience behind memory and learning – How do we know what we know? How does our memory work and how can we totally forget who someone is when we see them in a different context.
In this podcast we hear from Dr Clea Warburton professor of Neuroscience about learning, memory and the workings of the brain.
The true power of self-love – If everyone had self-love would be have world peace? If all of our insecurities were loved and accepted by ourselves, if we could see how amazing we are, how much nicer would we be as people to each other?
In this podcast we talk to Anita Moorjani, who’s near death experience gave her a powerful insight into self-love and saved her life. We also talk to Dr David Hamilton, a scientist who gave up a career in chemistry to teach about placebo and the mind body connection.
The Stories We Tell Ourselves – Part of being human is the narration we give our lives. We are all story tellers, but when if your story is making your life difficult?
In this podcast we talk to life coaches Ali Campbell and Michael Neill about how we can up our level of happiness with a few powerful insights about the stories we tell ourselves.
How your birth affects your life – What happens to us in the womb and at birth can have far-reaching consequences that shape the way we experience and see the world for the rest of our lives. Many of our beliefs are formed in the womb and at birth: beliefs that end up running our lives today. In this podcast Sharon King author of ‘Heal your birth, heal your life’ shares how babies know what they know and how we can heal very old hurts.
How to turn your inner critic into an inner cheerleader – Can you stay happy—no matter how much life throws at you? Happiness expert and Oprah columnist Karen Salmansohn joins Becky Walsh to talk about how to ‘Think Happy’.