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Best Herosjourney podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Herosjourney podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Welcome to the Rising Man Movement, where our mission is to initiate a new generation of fiercely loving and confident men. We envision a world in which ALL men are prepared to lead with integrity, express themselves authentically, and serve their communities. We accomplish this mission by covering all aspects of the male experience on the show, including shameless sexuality, masculine/feminine integration, environmental respect, indigenous wisdom, finding purpose, secrets of fatherhood, and ...
 
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It’s 1991, PSA and VSEs are all the rage, but one show dares to be different: EERIE, INDIANA — TWIN PEAKS for TWEENS. If you remember this show (which ran for a single season and was a nearly-perfect ratings bomb), you probably remember it fondly. Join Chelsea, Andrew, and Very Special Guest Allie Fireel as we plumb the depths of this smart, layere…
 
Warrior or Worrier? Which energy you choose will heavily impact EVERYTHING you touch. Blase Grinner is an epic force and leader in this brotherhood movement. Using relatable stories, Blase will inspire you to step into your naturally confident masculine self. He also covers how to handle unsupportive family members, what makes a man ATTRACTIVE, and…
 
What would you do if the ATM gave you an extra $800? This unlikely situation actually happened, and it gave me a GOLDEN opportunity to practice integrity. Life is full of these unexpected twists and turns, and because integrity is deeply held value, this decision was simple. Our programs focus on helping men become CLEAR on their values. Well defin…
 
This week on Episode of 239 of the Inner Monologue is owner of Kinesphere Center for Movement Education, Dominika Borovansky Gaines. Kinesphere Center is a studio devoted to experiencing the joy of movement. The center helps with teaching knowledge of your own physical boundaries and skill to expand them, increase body awareness and mental focus an…
 
We hate to break it to you, but if your childhood recollections of Gordon Shumway include character traits like “loveable,” “caring,” or “friendly,” you might want to rewatch ALF. Preferably with a good snack or a stiff drink close at hand. Join your hosts, Ronald Reagan (not really), Harry Shearer (yes really) and a very callus and unfeeling extra…
 
Andrew Smiler is a professional therapist and acclaimed author in the masculine realm. From thirty years of observing, leading, and researching men, he has a well of experience that will profoundly inform your understanding of the male psyche. In this episode, we investigate models of masculinity by considering both the historical, cultural implica…
 
In this highly relatable origin story, you will see that even men’s work leaders like Jeddy did not always have their lives figured out. Your struggles and pain are inevitable; they are vital moments in our masculine evolution. Listen in and hear how Jeddy transformed from a confused young man into an embodied husband, father, leader, entrepreneur,…
 
This week on Episode of 238 of the Inner Monologue is Akua Owusu-Dommey. We begin our conversation discussing the United States getting used to life with Covid-19. Akua talks about anxiety and living in a strict household. She talks about the difficulty in learning how to fit in while also walking her own path. We talk about religion, politics and …
 
Back by popular demand, Chief Phillip Scott returns to the RMP and offers sage counsel in these highly factionalized times. Do you feel the interconnectedness with ALL of life? If not, deep gratitude, prayer, and dedication to the red road is the path to ultimate connection. Chief Phillip expands on these topics, and reflects on clarifying your vis…
 
Do you believe in that “happy wife, happy life” buIIsh!t? Making your partner happy is NOT your responsibility. This weak and widely held misperception about relationships is blasted apart by Jeddy in today’s fiery Monday Morning Meditation. We also cover the links and distinctions between commitments, non-negotiables, and freedom. Show Notes: Are …
 
This week on Episode of 237 of the Inner Monologue naturopathic medical doctor and wellness expert, Dr. Peter Raisanen. Dr. Peter Raisanen helps clients who want to fix their low testosterone, sluggish thyroid, slow metabolism, reverse type II diabetes, and if needed, obtain weight loss that lasts longer than your typical fad diet. Tune into his po…
 
This episode has it all: accidental wife-punching, a small drug overdose, thirty-five glorious seconds of verbal gymnastics, the Mary Tyler More Physical Comedy Spetacular — and that’s BEFORE we get to the special message about prescription drug abuse! They don’t make ’em like this anymore, folks. Come on in (and look out for that ottoman)! Show: T…
 
SEXUAL SHAME - Have you felt it? While its energy can be clingy, the shift into liberation is attainable with intentional practice. This transformation into confidence infuses our ENTIRE LIVES with vitality. The creator of The Intimate Lifestyle platform, Ryan Thomas, is dedicated to lifting men out of these shameful sexual patterns and into empowe…
 
Do you identify yourself as a leader? All men are born with this innate gift, though for many it lies dormant. Reawakening our kingly powers only requires that we give it effort. Listen in, as Jeddy outlines where and how to start. Leadership is a way of being, your title or official rank has no bearing. The best way to level up is by practicing, a…
 
This week on Episode of 236 of the Inner Monologue Podcast is Carina Thomas. Carina works in both the field of Wilderness Therapy and Physical Therapy for those with disabilities. In our conversation Carina talks about dealing with an eating disorder, depression in high school and how the outdoors saved her. Entelechy Visions www.entelechyvisions.c…
 
“I’d rather fall down my way, of my own doing, than follow the default path” Conforming to expectations and following the beaten path are among the most tragic pitfalls a man can make. Our guest, Rowan Tyne, is not afraid to blaze his own trail and make mistakes in the name of growth. His wild journey includes completing the first ever Compass Visi…
 
Decision making has an extra challenge in these quarantined times. Do we err on the side of caution to appease others? Are we acting on feelings of frustration by rebelling against the authorities? It’s a perfect opportunity to check in with yourself and get HONEST about why you choose what you choose. Fear is everywhere, and it dissolves with conf…
 
This week on Episode of 235 of the Inner Monologue Podcast is Social Worker & Therapist, Janelle Hettick. We open up talking about how life has changed with Covid quarantine. Janelle talks about why she loves her work as a social worker and therapy and her journey to where she is today. Entelechy Visions www.entelechyvisions.com ​ Theme Music provi…
 
The hypocrisy really stacks up like a layer cake in this meta anti-anti-drug-PSA episode of SAVED BY THE BELL. Let us break it all down for you: the unsubstantiated rumors, the real-life relationships, the bizarre writing choices, and that head-scratcher of an ending. After we delve into this, you’ll be saying, “Thanks, Guy.” And you’ll really mean…
 
In our politically correct and risk avoidant society, uncaging the warrior spirit can be uncomfortable and disorienting. Luckily, the world has Trevor Spring. He's a major force in this masculine movement, electrifying men through his retreats, coaching, and workshops for the last 17 years. While he uses physicality to activate primal masculine ene…
 
Two years from now, when you look back at your quarantine experience, will you be able to say that it was the greatest thing to possibly happen to you? What actions and decisions would you have to take for that to be true? We’ve known for ages the better world we desire for the collective and for ourselves, yet held back from completely aligning wi…
 
This week on Episode of 234 of the Inner Monologue Podcast Is Yogi Marcela Rodriguez. Marcela talks about losing her father to cancer. She talks about her journey dealing with the loss of her father and how yoga helped her to manage the pain. Entelechy Visions www.entelechyvisions.com Theme Music provided by Cloudkicker. To learn more go to www.clo…
 
This week on Episode of 233 of the Inner Monologue Podcast Is the return or Clinton "Conchena" Kirk. Conchena and I sit down and talk about one fateful night in December that changes his perspective about himself. We talk about the night in question and how it has changed him for the better. To learn more about Clinton Kirk go to... www.clintonkirk…
 
It’s a world of song, dance, wonder, and a conspicuous absence of parents and child labor laws. It’s the world of KIDS, INC! But there is trouble in paradise — tiny new kid Robin is facing bullying by some local toughs. What can the other kids do to help? Why is Billy Blanks here? Who wrote this weird song we can’t find anywhere on the internet? Al…
 
“Dying is not what happens to you, dying is what you do” We are blessed to have the highly esteemed culture activist and author, Stephen Jenkinson, on the RMP. We are grateful for such a dignified elder to join us, as it makes for a one-of-a-kind episode. He shares his soul on all things DEATH, including what it’s like to serve those close to passi…
 
Is your head in the clouds? Or, is your focus fixated on the ground beneath? While neither is better than the other, becoming aware of our dominant tendency is crucial. Life requires that we shift between these modes of operation, so listen in for a complete breakdown of how to do so successfully. Also, we began releasing these Monday Morning Medit…
 
This week on Episode of 232 of the Inner Monologue Podcast Is the return or Hamid Jabbar. Hamid and I talk about the coronavirus and the many different ways our society has responded. We talk about the many was of experiencing fear, knowing when it is good for you and when it isn't. To learn more about Hamid Jabbar go to... www.hamidyoga.com Entele…
 
Looking for a beacon of light in a tumultuous time? Our guest Roberto Hartman is just that - a heartfelt man with straightforward, accessible wisdom. In this time of conflicting facts, swirling emotions, and drastic lifestyle changes, the solutions are simple. Roberto mirthfully reminds us of the basics - body, breath, and presence. We also cover t…
 
It is human nature to judge and evaluate our performance, whether it be at work, in relationships, or even while enjoying our favorite hobbies. We tend to oscillate between simply considering it “good enough” or kicking ourselves for not trying hard enough. As you’ll learn in this episode, there is a place right in the middle where we can honor our…
 
This week on Episode of 231 of the Inner Monologue Podcast are owners and operators of Azulita, Katrina Glenn & Courtnay Hough. Azulita helps students and educators thrive with amazing materials and self-care resources. Both Katrina & Courtnay share their story of being educators frustrated with the system and why they decided to create Azulita. To…
 
How many of our pains stem from expecting life to run smoothly? Our guest, Abel Gonzalez, is hyper dedicated to shifting men’s mindsets into viewing mistakes and roadbumps as invaluable growth catalysts. As a 6 time competitor on American Ninja Warrior, he has proven practical tactics and soulful outlooks that are sure to excite & ignite. We also c…
 
Our modern world is almost completely mechanized, automated, and sterilized. This has an overwhelmingly negative effect on our mental and physical health. We’ve grown accustomed to our convenient, instant gratification lifestyles but yet our hearts and hands yearn for the natural world. Listen in and learn to embrace the ancient, wild ways that wil…
 
This week on Episode of 230 of the Inner Monologue Podcast is Mel Darling. Mel and I have an amazing conversation about difference between religion and spirituality, sexuality and gender identity. Entelechy Visions www.entelechyvisions.com Theme Music provided by Cloudkicker. To learn more go to www.cloudkickermusic.com Other Musical Contributions …
 
Alex Levy is ultra important to the RMP, as he is our first gay guest and member of our Fire Circle Community. His sexual orientation has given him a unique and valuable glimpse into masculine culture. Regardless of our identities, there are areas in our lives where we feel inadequate and shame for not fitting in. Alex shatters those illusions, and…
 
In a time where everything feels out of our control, reminding ourselves of all the areas where we hold power is paramount to being an upstanding Man. Our attitude towards inconveniences amid these shifting circumstances is firmly in our hands. Even if we falter, let’s have the courage to snap back to our heart-centered, empowered nature. May this …
 
This week on Episode of 229 of the Inner Monologue Podcast is veteran from the documentary From Shock to Awe, Mike Cooley. Mike talks about his military serves and the affect of combat. We talk about Mikes experience with PTSD and how he found his way using ayahuasca and how it changed his life. To learn more about Mikes journey go to... www.fromsh…
 
Mark Winkler has been working with at-risk youth, connecting fathers, and uplifting the masculine for decades. We are honored to have him here, championing fatherhood and all those dedicated to serving future generations. There are countless young adults and children struggling due to a lack of positive male role models, and solving this is paramou…
 
It’s time to re-evaluate our relationship with fear. Fear is part of the human experience, and by wishing it away, we miss out on it’s gifts. Jeddy shares from the heart and explains why viewing fear as a good thing is supremely beneficial. This shift in perception does not happen overnight, so patience and compassion will be our allies during the …
 
This week on Episode of 228 of the Inner Monologue Podcast is author and creator of The Girl and the City, Kristelle Beecher. The Girl and the City is a collection of stories, experiences and theories of behavior shared from the perspective of a young adult with growing pains. The stories talk about balancing and adjusting to adulthood while stayin…
 
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