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After interviewing more than 30 people as part of the first season, I decided to turn the table and look into my vulnerability to share my personal healing journey with all of you. My friend, coach, and former radio host Lea couldn’t have been a better interviewer. She knows how to align mind and body as she regularly trains her spirit, which helps…
 
Tyson Yunkaporta, academic, author, and a researcher who belongs to the Apalech Clan in far north Queensland, joins us today to discuss how Indigenous wisdom can help change the world for the better. Full episode transcript can be viewed here: https://neurohacker.com/exploring-global-systems-through-the-lens-of-indigenous-thinking…
 
In this episode Dennis McKenna shares his professional and personal stories and discoveries on the interdisciplinary study of ethnopharmacology and natural psychedelics. Dennis dives deep into indigenous wisdom, plant knowledge, and the eschaton, or the end of time. Non-Ordinary Experiences & Psychedelics going over fungi, neurotransmitters, amino …
 
We are excited to welcome Ariel Garten, neuroscientist, innovator, entrepreneur, and co-founder of InteraXon, the makers of Muse: the brain sensing headband, to the podcast. Ariel guides us on a mindfulness meets science journey as we unpack the research that supports how meditation makes significant, actual changes inside the brain. She shares ins…
 
BJ Miller, hospice and palliative care doctor at the University of California, San Francisco Cancer Center and the co-author of the book "A Beginner's Guide To The End: Practical Advice For Living Life And Facing Death, joins us today to discuss a topic that is often avoided at all costs: death. But BJ is here to reframe the stigma associated with …
 
Bill McKibben is a noted environmentalist, author, educator, and activist. He famously wrote the book The End of Nature 3 decades ago, and most recently in his book Falter he explores what it might mean for us to come to the end of our civilization rope and what do we do next. He is the founder of 350.org global Grassroots movement for environmenta…
 
The bad news is there are toxins in our environment that can negatively impact our brain function, but the good news is we can heal the brain physically and psychologically with lifestyle changes. Clinical psychologist, Brant Cortright, Ph.D., sheds light on the processes of neurogenesis and explains neuroplasticity. He also describes the relations…
 
In this episode Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D, leads us through a conversation filled with heart and passion that dives deep into American psychologist Abraham Maslow’s work on the hierarchy of needs and associates self-actualization in the 21st century with being willing to unlearn victimhood identities and replacing them with intentional empathy. For…
 
The beauty world is full of myths and urban legends, arguably even more so when it comes to skincare. And while I am not saying you shouldn't listen to the sage skincare advice your mom or grandma gave you, the truth of the matter is, many of the common things we've been lead to believe are that-myths. So to help separate fact from fiction, I decid…
 
The beauty world is full of myths and urban legends, arguably even more so when it comes to skincare. And while I am not saying you shouldn't listen to the sage skincare advice your mom or grandma gave you, the truth of the matter is, many of the common things we've been lead to believe are that-myths. So to help separate fact from fiction, I decid…
 
The beauty world is full of myths and urban legends, arguably even more so when it comes to skincare. And while I am not saying you shouldn't listen to the sage skincare advice your mom or grandma gave you, the truth of the matter is, many of the common things we've been lead to believe are that-myths. So to help separate fact from fiction, I decid…
 
Dr Alganesc Fessaha is the Founder and President of Associazione Gandhi, a non-profit organization that supports disadvantaged and abused refugees in general, children and women refugees in particular in various Western and Eastern African countries and in Europe. Dr Alganesc has been a leading activist in the fight against the human trafficking, k…
 
Author of Mind Hacking: How to Change Your Mind for Good in 21 Days, Sir John Hargrave joins us today and shares tips to hack your brain. This discussion is jam-packed with tips you can use in your daily life to get most out of your brain function. View the complete episode transcript here: https://neurohacker.com/how-to-hack-your-mind-an-interview…
 
In this week’s episode, I talk with Amy Matthews. Amy is a strategist, consultant, and business coach, and founder of Woman UnRuled. Her expertise is in accelerating entrepreneurs, executives, and rising stars to reach their highest potential of success. Earlier in her career, Amy spent 10 years in executive search. Prior to recruiting, she held ex…
 
Dr. Steven Gundry is a medical doctor, clinician, researcher, and a well-known author who has spent the last two decades studying the microbiome and helps patients use diet and nutrition as a key form of treatment. He retired as one of the world’s top cardiothoracic surgeons to teach patients how to eat, guiding them on how to get ahead of the prob…
 
Erik Davis is an author, award-winning journalist, and scholar with a wide-ranging focus including the intersection of alternative religion, media, and the popular imagination. Today he talks about the mystic gnostic nature of American spirituality and how essential to Gnosticism is the direct experiential awakening, more than simply knowledge of s…
 
In this week’s episode, I talk with Stefania Avanzo, a professional golfer based in Italy. I have great admiration for professional athletes who practice every day for hours on end to achieve their goals. Not only do they have to push themselves physically, but also mentally as they visualize what they want to manifest. Together, we discuss: • The …
 
In this week’s episode, I talk with Andreea Raicu, my friend and personal role model. After working as a model, she was invited to a television casting, which led to her long and successful career as a TV presenter. She’s an entrepreneur, a media icon, and an inspiration to many. Together, we discuss: • The meaning of real success • The trip to Ind…
 
Founding executive director of Doctors for Cannabis Regulation and author of “The Immortality Key”, Brian Muraresku, joins us today. He shares the inspiration that led to writing his debut book. He also shares an inside look at Jesuit traditions, Kairos retreat experiences, and what triggered his interest into mysticism and accelerated dreams. For …
 
In this week’s episode, I talk with James Schmachtenberger, founder and CEO of Neurohacker Collective. James went through an inspirational healing journey when he was younger that greatly impacted his entrepreneurial path. He is now a successful serial entrepreneur with a lifelong focus on using business and innovation to effect large-scale change …
 
Health psychologist and lecturer at Stanford University, Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D., joins us on the Collective Insights podcast. She is a leading expert in the new field of “science-help.” Today she shares with us a different view towards understanding stress, as she discusses why stress has benefits. It turns out that stress is what allows us to expe…
 
In this week’s episode, I talk with Sarah Grynberg, fellow podcast host and motivator. As a former radio presenter, Sarah has had a remarkable career working with some of the most well-known and well-regarded personalities in the business. Now the host of her own podcast, A Life of Greatness, she’s interviewed some amazing names like Matthew McCona…
 
Kristine’s late husband, Dr. Richard Carlson, once told her: “I love that there are people in this world who take their greatest tragedy and they allow it to move them forward in life so their life has greater meaning than it might have otherwise had.” In this week’s episode, I talk with Kristine Carlson about her incredible personal journey throug…
 
EMILY LABOWE – How to heal your trauma You are more than the thoughts that hold you down. In this week’s episode, I talk with Emily Labowe about her healing journey and her entrepreneurial endeavors. After being a passenger in a bad car accident a few weeks before her 19th birthday, Emily had to learn how to live with the trauma of the accident and…
 
Famous content creator, whose TED talk reached over 10 million views, Tim Urban joins us today. He is a writer, illustrator and co-founder of Wait But Why. Today he shares with us his story in finding his niche and discovering his passion for creating content for Wait But Why thru using stick figures as his way of illustration. He also talks about …
 
Are you stuck in a box? In this week’s episode, I talk with Rahel Papis, a kinesiologist and hypnotherapist. She’s passionate about helping others to overcome their problems and shares her incredible journey to finding what makes her truly happy and fulfilling her dreams. Rahel’s goal is to transform therapy into a fun and surprising tool because h…
 
Are you living in the present moment? In this week’s episode, I talk with Lizzie Azzolino, the founder of Until Now. Lizzie believes that the days of traditional, linear career paths are behind us. Instead, she champions careers that meander and evolve as we change as people. She is convinced that stories are the most powerful tool for unlocking ch…
 
What’s missing from your diet? In this week’s episode, I talk with Philipp Schulte, who has over 10 years of experience in life sciences and who is the co-founder and CEO of Baze. Baze aims to bridge the gap between modern diets and good health by creating personalized plans for each of its users. They’ve found that 95% of their users have deficien…
 
What is your body trying to communicate to you? In this week’s episode, I talk with Silvia Bucher, a former entrepreneur who has been working as a kinesiologist for the last 20 years. The aim of kinesiology is to fathom the origin of a physical ailment or an emotional blockage and to become free of it through care and self-love. Silvia shares how t…
 
Founder and executive director of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), Rick Doblin shares with us the latest news on MAPS main project regarding MDMA assisted-psychotherapy for PTSD. We explore how we can utilize psychedelics in mainstream medicine to move these powerful tools into wider use. For the full show notes vis…
 
Are you giving your body what it needs? In this week’s episode, I talk with Serena Poon, a nutritional energy practitioner who uses her expertise as a celebrity chef, nutritionist, and reiki master to serve her A-list clientele. Serena shares how making small adjustments to our nutritional intake can combat daily stresses and fuel our bodies with t…
 
Lisa Feldman Barrett, Ph.D., top cited scientist for her revolutionary research in psychology and neuroscience, joins us today as she shares some insights about her book, How Emotions Are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain. She expands on her famous TED talk in this discussion as she further explains how neuroscience reveals how our brains work and…
 
Do you love your body? In this week’s episode, I talk with Andrea Ochoa, a holistic wellbeing coach, and self-love advocate. We talk about the importance of having a relationship with yourself, the problem with chasing quick fixes, and how to practice self-love. Together, we discussed: • Issues with the word ‘diet’ and how to break free from this u…
 
American neuroscientist, author, photographer, entrepreneur and inventor, Adam Gazzaley, MD, Ph.D. shares his dedication to human flourishing and his story of getting fascinated with outer space, inner space (the brain), and nature that led to the formation of his career in neuroscience. We dive into why the brain is such a complex system and how e…
 
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