Wendy Palmer holds a seventh degree black belt in the non-violent Japanese martial art of Aikido, and has practiced mindfulness for over 45 years. In our conversation she shares simple, fast and incredibly effective practices to recover to center when triggered. She also explains the 3 most essential qualities of Leadership and offers her personal wisdom around what it means to be resilient, why boundaries don’t work and what actually does.Play Episode View episode details
April 01, 2022
Wendy Palmer holds a seventh degree black belt in the non-violent Japanese martial art of Aikido, and has practiced mindfulness for over 45 years. In our conversation she shares simple, fast and incredibly effective practices to recover to center when triggered. She also explains the 3 most essential qualities of Leadership and offers her personal wisdom around what it means to be resilient, why boundaries don’t work and what actually does.
March 01, 2022
Philip Shepherd is an international authority on embodiment and author of New Self, New World - Recovering our Senses in the 21st Century and Radical Wholeness - The Embodied Present and the Ordinary Grace of Being. This is a specially curated edition of a more extensive interview I had with Philip back in August of 2020. In today's conversation he shares guidance and tools for shifting from the head driven strategies of control and order to an embodied and deep connection with the present moment.
February 01, 2022
Show Notes: Brian Pearson recently interviewed me on his podcast The Mystic Cave. His questions sparked a fascinating conversation about the philosophy and practice of Tracking Yes, and touched on things I haven’t named befor...
January 01, 2022
Brian Pearson is an author, musician, former Anglican priest and host of the eclectic podcast “The Mystic Cave”. Join us for a conversation about his choice to leave the institution of religion in pursuit of his deepening relationship with wonder. It’s a courageous story of self-trust, bucking the system, tracking God and ultimately walking away from an institution which had become too small for the depth and breadth of his curiosity.
December 18, 2021
A little more magic and enchantment is exactly what we need in the world right now. How do we stop waiting for it to appear from outside of us, and bring our own willingness to be enchanted to the very moments we’re currently in?
December 01, 2021
Pippa Evans is an award winning comedian, improviser and the author of "Improv Your Life: An Improviser's Guide To Embracing Whatever Life Throws At You". Join us as she shares the wisdom she's gained about bringing the spirit, spontaneity and skill of improv to your everyday life.
November 01, 2021
My guest today is Jessica Waite—author, friend and all around remarkable soul. Join us for a conversation about what happens inside of us when we lose something or someone we love, and the power of trusting grief as an ally in your ongoing evolution.
October 01, 2021
My guest today is Doug Van Houten, Nature-based Soul Guide. Join us for a fascinating exploration into the ways we've lost touch with our innate, wild relationship with the natural world, and how coming back into that relationship brings us home to our deepest sense of meaning and purpose.
September 02, 2021
Today’s show is a story of magic, and what's possible when you stay in an expansive, curious orientation to the curve balls life’s pitching your way.
August 09, 2021
On today’s show I’m sharing a creative practice that’s focused on getting yourself out in nature and having a creative dialogue with it, and how that practice helps you cultivate and nurture an empowered relationship between your ego and your soul.
May 09, 2021
When Bernard Moss was 22 years old, he was convicted of attempted murder and spent 28 years in San Quentin prison. 23 years into his sentence, he engaged in a 52 week long program called GRIP, which ultimately led to his release from prison and his current career as a facilitator of the GRIP program to men still serving sentences. In today’s interview, Bernard shares a compelling account of his life in the culture of guns and drugs, the continuation of his life of crime while in prison and the powerful rehabilitation program that transformed his life.
April 15, 2021
Opening to change and following its urge creates a momentum that takes on a life of its own and leads us beyond what our current perspective can imagine. The conclusion of this 3 part series on initiatory experience explores ...