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This episode explores how the energy of wealth and money ties into the kind of career we allow ourselves to have, and why we don’t need to follow the ‘sensible’ path, work ourselves to the bone, or do what others expect of us in order to achieve security or financial abundance. Having a basic understanding of energy can allow us to tap into financial freedom no matter what circumstances we are starting from. And furthermore, it explains why following our dreams can actually be the more sensible thing to do! Website: 
From mental health to prejudice and social embarrassment, we are all subject to subconscious judgements and assumptions that affect how we are perceived, or how we perceive the world. It is natural to form opinions and beliefs based on our personal experiences, but when we view those opinions as hard facts, they can become unconscious bias about ourselves or others. This episode explores the impacts of bias, and how we can become more aware of our thought processes for the good of our own wellbeing. Website: Facebook:  YouTube: 
There is a conversation happening around the popular body positivity movement and whether it is guilty of normalising unhealthy body types and contributing to increasing medical issues in society. In this episode, Tracey explores the debate from the perspective of holistic medicine, drawing on her experience of being a mental health supporter and professional energy healer. She discusses how the mind-body connection might be the bridging piece of the puzzle that could unite the two viewpoints, and ultimately lead to improved wellbeing across the board.  Website:
We’ve all heard of fake news and we know when brands are trying to sell us something. But what about the more subtle part of it - when the truth is spun or packaged to influence how we feel about it? Even hard facts can be presented with an agenda. This episode discusses the subtle ways our wellbeing is affected by media messaging, whether it’s from the news, influencers, social media, or people we know posting online.  Website:
Don’t throw in the towel… don’t be a quitter… don’t give up… The way we frame quitting can condition us to think that putting a stop to something might be a bad thing or a sign of weakness. But this perspective can be detrimental to wellbeing, keeping us stuck in bad relationships, jobs that suck away our soul, and tied to goals that no longer serve us. This episode explores how we can change our mindset around goals for the good of our wellbeing and mental health.   Website: 
We tend to think of playtime as being for children, but numerous studies show that playing is really beneficial for an adult mind too. From improving our problem solving skills, perception, awareness, and cognitive function, to lowering stress and blood pressure, playing is not only a tool that helps us perform better, but it is also a vital part of wellbeing. This episodes explores some of the everyday ways we can tap into our innately playful nature as a form of mindfulness and wellbeing, and also…. just for the fun of it!  Website:
From career shifts to relationships or personal decisions, a life change can sometimes feel so big we become paralysed by fear and unable to move forward. This episode explores how we can break down big changes to make them more manageable, and how to adjust our mindset to support our emotional wellbeing and make the process less overwhelming.  Website: 
Whether it’s the end of a long relationship or a casual ghosting, being dumped can impact our wellbeing on so many levels, from feeling mild anger to full heartbreak. But our mindset around the concept of rejection might make a break-up more painful than it needs to be, and a shift in perspective can help us to heal faster. This episode touches on psychology, relationship behaviour patterns, mindset, energy, and how we can take more control in eliminating the unhelpful thoughts that hold us back.  Website: 
Sexuality often forms a core part of our sense of identity. From polyamory and monogamy, to gender and sexual orientation, where our preferences have been negatively labelled by society, we often feel ashamed and fear judgement. Or alternatively we might be angry and feel a need to defend our right to be who we are. This episode looks at whether labelling sexuality helps to clarify our identity, or if it hampers wellbeing by creating division and restricting us from evolving.  Website: 
The first episode of the Break That Mould Podcast explores some of the subtle ways we follow the crowd without realising it. From relationship structures, to career, sex, body image, and lifestyle, we are all born into a system that came before us. But many of the trodden paths we follow don’t serve our wellbeing or allow us to feel free to be our real selves. The good news is that those paths are not something we have to conform to, they are simply what other people have done before us. If we become more aware of our true needs and feelings, we might realise there are a whole range of options available to us that we never even considered.  Website: 
The Break That Mould podcast explores why there’s no right way to be a human and how many of the things we perceive as ‘normal’ are really just opinion. The show covers self-love, sexuality, relationships, mental health, wellbeing, body image, and how we can make peace with our true selves.
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