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Practical Wisdom for a Better Life

Open minded discussions of habits, meditation, wisdom, depression, anxiety, happiness, psychology, philosophy, and motivation.

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Dr. Stuart Eisendrath is the founding Director of the University of California San Francisco Depression Center where he served as the Professor of Psychiatry. His newest book is When Antidepressants Aren’t Enough: Harnessing the Power of Mindfulness to Alleviate Depression. This book aims to take the reader through steps they can utilize to gain relief from depression and anxiety.In this episode, Dr. Eisendrath and Eric discuss his new book about how mindfulness can help alleviate depression when anti-depressants aren’t enough.If you’d like to start out this new year restoring some balance and putting some healthy habits in place, or if you’re tired of waiting for the right circumstances to make progress towards your goals, Eric, as a behavior coach, can help you. To book a free, no-pressure 30-minute call with Eric to see if working with him in The One You Feed Personal Transformation Program is right for you, click here.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Dr. Stuart Eisendrath and I discuss Mindfulness for Depression and…His book, When Antidepressants Aren’t Enough: Harnessing the Power of Mindfulness to Alleviate DepressionChanging the relationship with depressive thoughts from dominating presence to peaceful coexistence Learning to interpret our thoughts in a different wayDealing with self-criticismRuminating and how being stuck in the downward spiral leads to more depressionThe simple meditation practice of counting each breath When the thoughts are creating an internal stormHow the most powerful thoughts are usually our own ideas that we’re applying in the presentDetermining the difference between facts and thoughtsFalse evidence and the importance of gathering more information to see if it’s trueAsking if there are other explanations to explain these feelingsThe trap of depression: thinking we’ll act when we feel better and how we actually feel better once we act.Taking action when we don’t feel like itThe importance of movement and being active when depressedHappiness equals achievements divided by expectationsHow depression can create distorted views Changing perspective by focusing on very small actionsReplacing the thought of “I should…” with “it would be nice if…”How mindfulness brings us into the present momentHow depressive thoughts are about the past and anxious thoughts are about the futureResistance amplifies emotional pain and increases sufferingThinking of feeling depressed as the weather Dr. Stuart Eisendrath Links:stuarteisendrath.comFacebookBest Fiends: Engage your brain and play a game of puzzles with Best Fiends. Download for free on the Apple App Store or Google Play.   Skillshare is an online learning community that helps you get better on your creative journey. They have thousands of inspiring classes for creative and curious people. Be one of the first thousand to sign up via www.skillshare.com/wolf and you’ll get a FREE trial of Skillshare premium membership.Peloton:  Wondering if a Peloton bike is right for you? You can get a free 30 day home trial and find out. If you’re looking for a new way to get your cardio in, the Peloton bike is a great solution. Eric decided to buy one after his 30-day free trial. Visit onepeloton.com If you enjoyed this conversation with Dr. Stuart Eisendrath on Mindfulness to Alleviate Depression, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Mindfulness and Depression with Elisha GoldsteinJonathan Rottenberg on Depression
Maggie Smith is a poet whose work has been widely published, anthologized, and has appeared in Best American Poetry, the New York Times, The New Yorker and elsewhere.  Her latest book, Keep Moving: Notes on Loss, Creativity, and Change, a collection of essays and quotes, is a national bestseller. In this episode, Maggie and Eric discuss this new book and how for her, writing poetry is having a conversation with herself, problem solving, and healing on paper. If you’d like to start out this new year restoring some balance and putting some healthy habits in place, or if you’re tired of waiting for the right circumstances to make progress towards your goals, Eric, as a behavior coach, can help you. To book a free, no-pressure 30-minute call with Eric to see if working with him in The One You Feed Personal Transformation Program is right for you, click here.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Maggie Smith and I discuss Writing for Healing and…Her book, Keep Moving: Notes on Loss, Creativity, and ChangeThe dark time in her life that gave birth to her growthHow hope is imaginative and necessary if you’re to come out of difficultyThe role of endurance in healingGratitude as a practice even in the darkest timesThat big life changes are often identity issues that cause us to ask “who am I now?”Another meaning to the phrase “it’s always something!”The reality that we pave the path of the future one step at a timeHer experience as a recovering pessimistThe difference between her poetry and her essaysThe role of setting in her poetryHow it never feels good in the long run to have done the wrong thingPost Traumatic GrowthMaggie Smith Links:maggiesmithpoet.comInstagramTwitterKiwiCo: The subscription service that sends your child hands-on science, art, and geography projects each month to build confidence, creativity, and critical thinking skills. Get 30% off your first month plus free shipping on any crate line with the promo code FEED at www.KiwiCo.comFitTrack Dara Smart Scale: It accurately measures 17 vital health metrics including body composition, hydration levels, and so much more. Stop measuring weight and start measuring health with FitTrack. Go to www.getfittrack.com/wolf to get 50% off your order – plus! for a limited time, you’ll save an additional 10%! Calm App: The app designed to help you ease stress and get the best sleep of your life through meditations and sleep stories. Join the 85 million people around the world who use Calm to get better sleep. Get 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription (a limited time offer!) by going to www.calm.com/wolfIf you enjoyed this conversation with Maggie Smith on Writing for Healing, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Writing as a Path to Awakening with Albert Flynn DeSilverPower of Poetry with Ellen Bass
Dr. Jud Brewer is a thought leader in the field of habit change and the science of self-mastery. He is the Director of Research and Innovation at the Mindfulness Center and associate professor in psychiatry at the School of Medicine at Brown University. In this episode, Eric and Dr. Jud talk about his book, Unwinding Anxiety: New Science Shows How to Break the Cycles of Worry and Fear to Heal Your Mind and they explore something called the Habit Loop, using it to understand and heal difficult emotions like anxiety.If you’d like to start out this new year restoring some balance and putting some healthy habits in place, or if you’re tired of waiting for the right circumstances to make progress towards your goals, Eric, as a behavior coach, can help you. To book a free, no-pressure 30-minute call with Eric to see if working with him in The One You Feed Personal Transformation Program is right for you, click here.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Dr. Jud Brewer and I discuss Habits for Healing Anxiety and…His book, Unwinding Anxiety: New Science Shows How to Break the Cycles of Worry and Fear to Heal Your MindReward-Based LearningTrigger, Behavior, ResultThe Habit LoopAddiction defined as continued use despite adverse consequencesHabits: Set and ForgetHow if we don’t pay attention to how rewarding the habit is right now, we can’t change the behaviorHow to heal anxiety as well as emotional eating using the Habit LoopThe role of curiosity in healing anxietyLearning to be with difficult emotions and learning to allow them to passHow to remember to be mindful throughout the dayDr. Jud Brewer Links:drjud.comInstagramTwitterGreen Chef: The first USDA Certified Organic Meal Kit Company that makes eating well easy and affordable. Go to www.greenchef.com/wolf90 and use code WOLF90 to get $90 off including free shipping.Peloton: Of course the bike is an incredible workout, but did you know that on the Peloton app, you can also take yoga, strength training, stretching classes, and so much more? If you download the Peloton App today through January 30, 2021 you get 2 free months free! Kettle & Fire: Bone Broth and soups carefully crafted by world-class chefs, made with the best whole ingredients and the bones of humanely raised animals delivered right to your door. Go to www.kettleandfire.com/wolf and use promo code WOLF for 20% off.If you enjoyed this conversation with Dr. Jud Brewer on Habits for Healing Anxiety, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Dr. Jud Brewer on Addiction and the Craving Mind (August, 2018)BJ Fogg on Tiny HabitsJames Clear on Compounding Nature of Habits-Part 1James Clear on Compounding Nature of Habits-Part 2
Mirabai Starr is an award-winning author of creative non-fiction and contemporary translations of sacred literature. She taught Philosophy and World Religions at the University of New Mexico-Taos for 20 years and now teaches and speaks internationally on contemplative practice and inter-spiritual dialog. Her latest book is called, WILD MERCY: Living the Fierce & Tender Wisdom of the Women Mystics.In this episode, Eric and Mirabai explore the intersection of interspirituality and the divine feminine – specifically, as it shows up in her life and in the life of the women mystics whose stories she tells.  It’s *finally* a new year! While there’s no doubt that 2021 will have its challenges, there is so much you can do to make it a wonderful year for you on a personal level. If you’d like to start out this new year restoring some balance and putting some healthy habits in place, or if you’re tired of waiting for the right circumstances to make progress towards your goals, Eric, as a behavior coach, can help you. To book a free, no-pressure 30-minute call with Eric to see if working with him in The One You Feed Personal Transformation Program is right for you, click here.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Mirabai Starr and I discuss the Divine Feminine and…Her book, WILD MERCY: Living the Fierce & Tender Wisdom of the Women MysticsA few of her favorite women mysticsThe Divine Feminine EnergyBelief structures that no longer serve us wellBeing engaged in the world as a spiritual practiceHow drawing from many spiritual traditions is like digging one well with many different toolsThe way she has created her spiritual practice over timeFeminine wisdom teachingsThe morning rituals that start her dayThe practice of the SabbathThe link between creativity, spirituality, and mysticismMirabai Starr Links:mirabaistarr.comInstagramFacebookTwitterCalm App: The app designed to help you ease stress and get the best sleep of your life through meditations and sleep stories. Join the 85 million people around the world who use Calm to get better sleep. Get 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription (a limited time offer!) by going to www.calm.com/wolfTalkspace is the online therapy company that lets you connect with a licensed therapist from anywhere at any time at a fraction of the cost of traditional therapy. It’s therapy on demand. Visit www.talkspace.com and enter Promo Code: WOLF to get $100 off your first month.If you enjoyed this conversation with Mirabai Starr on the Divine Feminine, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Mirabai Starr (2017)Spirituality and Anti-racisim with Sonia RobertsBeing Heart Minded with Sarah Blondin
Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison is a Zen teacher and co-founder with his partner, Sensei Chodo Robert Campbell, of the New York Zen Center of Contemplative Care. He’s also an author, a Jungian psychotherapist, and a Certified Chaplaincy Educator. In this episode, Koshin Paley and Eric discuss his newest book, Wholehearted: Slow Down, Help Out, Wake Up, and how we can live in such a way that we integrate all of the parts of ourselves into a loving, wholehearted being.As we approach a new year, there’s no doubt that 2021 will have its challenges, but there is so much you can do to make it a wonderful year for you on a personal level. If you’d like to start out this new year restoring some balance and putting some healthy habits in place, or if you’re tired of waiting for the right circumstances to make progress towards your goals, Eric, as a behavior coach, can help you. To book a free, no-pressure 30-minute call with Eric to see if working with him in The One You Feed Personal Transformation Program is right for you, click here.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Koshin Paley and I discuss Becoming Wholehearted and…His book, Wholehearted: Slow Down, Help Out, Wake UpThe comment from a stranger that helped shape his pathThe problem with being a “lone wolf”How to work with your preferences in a skillful wayThe importance of being open to learning from whatever is happeningLearning to see your friends and enemies as equalsThe bridge of compassionHis practice to cultivate unconditional loveWholehearted as integrating oneself and one’s lifeLife as a journey of endlessly unfolding“Good enough” community and sanghaLearning to be at one with our own pain because it is the place of freedomKoshin Paley Ellison Links:zencare.orgInstagramFacebookTwitterBest Fiends: Engage your brain and play a game of puzzles with Best Fiends. Download for free on the Apple App Store or Google Play.Calm App: The app designed to help you ease stress and get the best sleep of your life through meditations and sleep stories. Join the 85 million people around the world who use Calm to get better sleep. Get 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription (a limited time offer!) by going to www.calm.com/wolfIf you enjoyed this conversation with Koshin Paley Ellison on Becoming Wholehearted, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Koshin Paley Ellison (Jan, 2017)Being Heart Minded with Sarah Blondin
Wim Hof is a Dutch extreme athlete noted for his ability to withstand freezing temperatures. Wim has set world records for swimming under ice and prolonged full-body contact with ice and still holds the record for a barefoot half marathon on ice and snow. He attributes these feats to the technique outlined in his book, The Wim Hof Method.In this episode, Wim and Eric talk about how we can cultivate strength, resilience, and healing within ourselves using the three techniques outlined in his method. As we approach a new year, there’s no doubt that 2021 will have its challenges, but there is so much you can do to make it a wonderful year for you on a personal level. If you’d like to start out this new year restoring some balance and putting some healthy habits in place, or if you’re tired of waiting for the right circumstances to make progress towards your goals, Eric, as a behavior coach, can help you. To book a free, no-pressure 30-minute call with Eric to see if working with him in The One You Feed Personal Transformation Program is right for you, click here.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Wim Hof and I Discuss Mind Over Matter and…His book, The Wim Hof MethodHow he developed his indomitable spirit at 12 years oldWhy he chooses discomfort over comfort every dayThe role of hormetic stress in awakening our inner strengthOur innate capacity to deal with diseaseThe three components of The Wim Hof MethodHow we can engage in daily cold exposure Breathing techniques to support the immune systemThe science that supports The Wim Hof MethodWim Hof Links:wimhofmethod.comWim Hof Breathing ExercisesInstagramFacebookTwitterKettle & Fire: Bone Broth and soups carefully crafted by world-class chefs, made with the best whole ingredients and the bones of humanely raised animals delivered right to your door. Go to www.kettleandfire.com/wolf and use promo code WOLF for 20% off.SimpliSafe: Get comprehensive protection for your entire home with security cameras, alarms, sensors as well as fire, water, and carbon monoxide alerts. SimpliSafe is having a huge holiday sale! Visit simplisafe.com/wolf for a free home security camera and a 60-day risk-free trial.Pachamama: Produces extraordinary high quality, organic CBD products. Out of 248 CBD brands, they are one of four to receive the purity award from The Clean Label Project. Visit www.enjoypachamama.com and use code WOLF for 25% off.If you enjoyed this conversation with Wim Hof on Mind over Matter, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Akshay NanavatiRalph De La Rosa on the Mind as Your Teacher
Dr. Aziz Gazipura is a clinical psychologist and one of the worlds leading experts on social confidence. After being stuck in shyness and social anxiety himself for almost 10 years, he became determined to find a way to social freedom. In this episode, Eric and Aziz discuss his book, On My Own Side: Transform Self Criticism And Self Doubt Into Permanent Self Worth And Confidence. They dive into the connection between our inner critic and social anxiety and talk about how to transform your inner world into one that is supportive and ultimately freeing. As we approach a new year, there’s no doubt that 2021 will have its challenges, but there is so much you can do to make it a wonderful year for you on a personal level. If you’d like to start out this new year restoring some balance and putting some healthy habits in place, or if you’re tired of waiting for the right circumstances to make progress towards your goals, Eric, as a behavior coach, can help you. To book a free, no-pressure 30-minute call with Eric to see if working with him in The One You Feed Personal Transformation Program is right for you, click here.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Dr. Aziz Gazipura and I Discuss Transforming Your Inner Critic and…His book, On My Own Side: Transform Self Criticism And Self Doubt Into Permanent Self Worth And ConfidenceMisconceptions about what it means to be on our own side or practice self-compassionWhat it means to run on “clean” or “dirty” fuel when it comes to how we motivate ourselvesWhy self-affirmations often don’t work very wellInternal family systemsHow to work skillfully with our inner criticWhen reason doesn’t eliminate the feeling inside of usThat there is no fundamental protection from all pain, danger, and lossThe role of empathy when addressing our inner criticThat the inner critic represents fear within usThe 5 steps to tame your inner criticTaking time to decide who is the head of your “Inner household”The internal mantra of “We can handle what comes our way”Cultivating the skills that allow us to step into our uncomfortable emotionsDr. Aziz Gazipura Links:socialconfidencecenter.comInstagramFacebookTwitterPachamama: Produces extraordinary high quality, organic CBD products. Out of 248 CBD brands, they are one of four to receive the purity award from The Clean Label Project. Visit www.enjoypachamama.com and use code WOLF for 25% off.Plushcare: Provides excellent primary and urgent healthcare through virtual appointments. It’s easy to book online and you can even get same-day appointments. They accept most major insurance carriers, are available in all 50 states and you get prescriptions sent to your local pharmacy. To start your free 30-day trial, go to www.plushcare.com/wolfCalm App: The app designed to help you ease stress and get the best sleep of your life through meditations and sleep stories. Join the 85 million people around the world who use Calm to get better sleep. Get 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription (a limited time offer!) by going to www.calm.com/wolfIf you enjoyed this conversation with Dr. Aziz Gazipura on Transforming Your Inner Critic, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Dr. Ellen Hendriksen on Social AnxietyTara Mohr
Sonia Roberts is an educator, writer, creator, and activist. Sonia writes about racism, spirituality, parenting, and much more in her Spiritually Speaking blog. Her first book is White Ally: A Guide To Cultivating A Deeply Spiritual Anti-Racism Practice. In this episode, Eric and Sonia explore the intersection of transformational inner work within ourselves and transformational outer work in the world, specifically when it comes to practicing anti-racism.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Sonia Roberts and I Discuss Spirituality and Anti-Racism and…Her book, White Ally: A Guide To Cultivating A Deeply Spiritual Anti-Racism PracticeThe intersection of transformational inner work within ourselves as well as transformational outer work in the worldTransforming suffering into something beautifulYogas ten guidelines, the Yamas and Niyamas Instances when it’s not necessarily beneficial for Black people to share their personal stories of experiences with racismThe way that yoga and meditation practices can be instrumental in facilitating social changeThe ethical components that underlie yogaThe practice of gratitude amidst privilegeIdentifying the places of your privilege and subsequently acting in service of those who are marginalizedThe idea of intent vs. impact in matters of race and racismThe difference between being shamed and being held accountableSonia Roberts Links:awakenedlovewarrior.comInstagramSkillshare is an online learning community that helps you get better on your creative journey. They have thousands of inspiring classes for creative and curious people. Be one of the first thousand to sign up via www.skillshare.com/wolf and you’ll get a FREE trial of Skillshare premium membership.Indeed: Helps you find high impact hires, faster, without any long term contracts and you pay only for what you need. Get started with a free $75 credit to boost your job post and get in front of more quality candidates by going to www.indeed.com/wolf BLUBlox offers high-quality lenses that filter blue light, reduce glare, and combat the unhealthy effects of our digital life. Visit BluBlox.com and get free shipping worldwide and also 15% off with Promo Code: WOLF15If you enjoyed this conversation with Sonia Roberts on Spirituality and Anti-Racism, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Racial Justin with Austin Channing BrownHealing Racism with Ruth King
Paria Hassouri is a pediatrician, writer, transgender rights activist, wife and mother of three children. Her personal essays have been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times, Huffington Post, and many more.In this episode, Eric and Paria talk about her book, Found In Transition: A Mother’s Evolution During Her Child’s Gender Change. Her story of understanding, accepting, and ultimately supporting her daughter as a transgender girl is so honest and beautiful and inspiring. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Paria Hassouri and I Discuss Parenting a Transgender Child and…Her book, Found In Transition: A Mother’s Evolution During Her Child’s Gender ChangeThe question, “Am I acting out of love or am I acting out of fear?”The story of her middle child coming out as a trans girlThe process she went through of educating herself about transgender children and teenagersThe factors that ultimately guided her towards supporting her child’s transitionThe change that shifted her outlook and her child’s outlook for the futureHer journey through denial, anger, acceptance, support, and ultimately celebration about her child’s transitionHer internal struggle about her child’s transitionThe power of finding people who have been through what you’re going throughThe stories we make up about our identities – and how they can changeParia Hassouri Links:pariahassouri.comTwitterInstagramBest Fiends: Engage your brain and play a game of puzzles with Best Fiends. Download for free on the Apple App Store or Google Play.    Talkspace is the online therapy company that lets you connect with a licensed therapist from anywhere at any time at a fraction of the cost of traditional therapy. It’s therapy on demand. Visit www.talkspace.com and enter Promo Code: WOLF to get $100 off your first month.BLUBlox offers high-quality lenses that filter blue light, reduce glare, and combat the unhealthy effects of our digital life. Visit BluBlox.com and get free shipping worldwide and also 15% off with Promo Code: WOLF15If you enjoyed this conversation with Paria Hassouri on Parenting a Transgender Child, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Andrew SolomonGlennon DoyleAllyship and Activism with Jamia Wilson
Cory Allen is a writer, musician, meditation teacher, and creator of the podcast, The Astral Hustle, which focuses on how to live better with leading experts in mindfulness, neuroscience, and philosophy. Cory believes that the more we understand ourselves, the less we suffer.In this episode, Cory and Eric discuss his book, Now Is The Way: An Unconventional Approach To Modern Mindfulness.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Cory Allen and I Discuss Cultivating Mindfulness and…His book, Now Is The Way: An Unconventional Approach To Modern MindfulnessThe role of our actions in determining who we areHow to differentiate between helpful and unhelpful negative thoughts and emotionsThe most effective way to widen the gap between stimulus and responseThe watching mind and the doing mindWhy the notions of emptiness and non-self needn’t be scaryThe answer to the question, “Does my life even matter?”How we assign meaning rather than find meaning in lifeWhat it means to dilute strong emotions or ruminating thoughts when they ariseCory Allen Links:www.cory-allen.orgTwitterInstagramBLUBlox offers high-quality lenses that filter blue light, reduce glare, and combat the unhealthy effects of our digital life. Visit BLUblox.com and get free shipping worldwide and also 15% off with Promo Code: WOLF15SimpliSafe: Get comprehensive protection for your entire home with security cameras, alarms, sensors as well as fire, water, and carbon monoxide alerts. SimpliSafe is having a huge holiday sale! Visit simplisafe.com/wolf for a free home security camera and 40% off any security system. Pachamama: Produces extraordinary high quality, organic CBD products. They are one of three companies in over 200 top selling CBD brands to actually test negative for leads, metals, and pesticides and test positive for having the right amount of CBD. Visit www.enjoypachamama.com and use code WOLF for 25% off.If you enjoyed this conversation with Cory Allen on Cultivating Mindfulness, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Effortless Mindfulness with Loch KellyTransformative Mindfulness with Shauna Shapiro
Bina Venkataraman is an American journalist, author, and science policy expert. She is currently the Editorial Page Editor of The Boston Globe and a fellow at New America. Bina is a frequent public speaker whose appearances have included the TED mainstage, NPR, Aspen Ideas, MSNBC, CNN, and university campuses around the world. Bina formerly served as Senior Advisor for Climate Change Innovation in the Obama White House and she also advised the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology in responding to the Ebola epidemic, promoting patient access to cancer therapies, and reforming public school science education. In this episode, Bina and Eric discuss her book, The Optimist’s Telescope: Thinking Ahead in a Reckless Age, and how we can live in the present in such a way that we also create the future that we’d like to inhabit.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Bina Venkataraman and I Discuss Effectively Thinking Ahead and…Her book, The Optimist’s Telescope: Thinking Ahead in a Reckless AgeHow to make decisions about the futureThe untold story of the marshmallow testHow most people don’t look past 15 years in the futureTools for more effectively imagining the futureTools for more effectively planning for the futureBeing present while also orienting for the futureWhen we’re more likely to make bad decisionsThe role of implementing impulse buffersWhen an “if/then” strategy can be most helpful to youHow our past informs our view of the futureSocial movements that influence lasting changeBina Venkataraman Links:writerbina.comTwitterTransparent Labs offer a variety of supplements and protein powders that include science-based ingredients and have no sugar, fat, lactose, artificial colors, or sweeteners. Check out Eric’s favorite, 100% Grass-Fed Whey Isolate that comes in many delicious flavors. Visit transparentlabs.com and use Promo code WOLF to receive 10% off your order.Calm App: The app designed to help you ease stress and get the best sleep of your life through meditations and sleep stories. Join the 85 million people around the world who use Calm to get better sleep. Get 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription (a limited time offer!) by going to www.calm.com/wolf   BLUBlox offers high-quality lenses that filter blue light, reduce glare, and combat the unhealthy effects of our digital life. Visit BluBlox.com and get free shipping worldwide and also 15% off with Promo Code: WOLF15If you enjoyed this conversation with Bina Venkataraman on Effectively Thinking Ahead, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Hardcore Zen with Brad WarnerGabriele Oettingen
IN-Q is an award-winning poet, best-selling author, and multi-platinum songwriter. His groundbreaking achievements include being named to Oprah’s SuperSoul 100 list of the world’s most influential thought leaders, being the first spoken word artist to perform with Cirque Du Soleil, and being featured on A&E, ESPN, and HBO’s Def Poetry Jam. He’s inspired audiences around the world through his live performances and storytelling workshops. Many of his recent poetry videos have gone viral with over 70 million views combined.When IN-Q reads or recites his poetry, it is a moving, powerful experience. In this episode, he reads several of his poems and he and Eric talk about many aspects of life and how he expresses those aspects through his poetry. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, IN-Q and I Discuss Life Through Poetry and…His book, Inquire WithinHow it’s easier to hate than to create but creating is a lot more satisfyingThat for him, poetry is either purging or praying or bothHow we’re all storytellersThat everything is a spiritual practiceHow we’re afraid to be a student at something, to look foolish, but if we never look foolish, we’ll never be brilliantHis poem, Inquire WithinThe way spirituality is logical for himThe role that gratitude plays in his lifeHow his work holds paradoxesHis poem, ProblemsThe ways enlightenment can sneak into our livesHis two definitions of hopeSeeing the difficult reality while also holding hope for betterIN-Q Links:in-q.comFacebookInstagramSimpliSafe: Get comprehensive protection for your entire home with security cameras, alarms, sensors as well as fire, water, and carbon monoxide alerts. Visit simplisafe.com/wolf for a free HD home security camera and a 60-day risk-free trial.Skillshare is an online learning community that helps you get better on your creative journey. They have thousands of inspiring classes for creative and curious people. Be one of the first thousand to sign up via www.skillshare.com/wolf and you’ll get a FREE trial of Skillshare premium membership.If you enjoyed this conversation with IN-Q on Life Through Poetry, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Ellen BassRoger Housden
Ella Frances Sanders is an internationally-bestselling author and illustrator of three books. Her third book, Eating the Sun: Small Musings on a Vast Universe, was the recipient of the 2019 Whirling Prize for Prose and has been translated into many languages.In this episode, Eric and Ella have a delicious conversation about this lovely book that contains all sorts of interesting facts and beautiful illustrations about our universe and how we as humans relate to such things.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Ella Frances Sanders and I Discuss her Musings on a Vast Universe and…Her book, “Eating the Sun: Small Musings on a Vast Universe”Her take on the wolf parable and how it’s about choosing possibility over panicHow moving slowly helps us notice a lot of what’s goodOur relationship to plants and to the sunHow giving plants human characteristics helps us connect and care about themThe challenge in understanding the scale of thingsWe see things through filters without thinking about itHow science works with laws and things that we know are trueOur choices are affected by how we are influenced by the world around us How the universe is moving toward ultimate chaosOur memories are susceptible to alterations and get filtered through the present momentHow we are only remembering the last time we rememberedStressful situations can affect memoryThe half-life of facts is the amount of time it takes for a fact to become untrueElla Frances Sanders Links:ellafrancessanders.comTwitterInstagramIndeed: Helps you find high impact hires, faster, without any long term contracts and you pay only for what you need. Get started with a free $75 credit to boost your job post and get in front of more quality candidates by going to www.indeed.com/wolfTransparent Labs offer a variety of supplements and protein powders that include science-based ingredients and have no sugar, fat, lactose, artificial colors, or sweeteners. Check out Eric’s favorite, 100% Grass-Fed Whey Isolate that comes in many delicious flavors. Visit transparentlabs.com and use Promo code WOLF to receive 10% off your order.Best Fiends: Engage your brain and play a game of puzzles with Best Fiends. Download for free on the Apple App Store or Google Play.  If you enjoyed this conversation with Ella Frances Sanders on Musings on a Vast Universe, you might also enjoy these other episodes:David ChristianSasha Sagan
Due to the ongoing global pandemic, devastating natural disasters, contentious elections, and instances of heartbreaking violence and injustice, challenging times continue. To help you strengthen your resilience, we’re releasing this special episode which features all-new interviews with 4 previous guests of the show. The guests of this special episode are Ellen Bass, Parker Palmer, Spring Washam, and Ralph De La Rosa.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, We Discuss Resilience During Difficult Times and…How art can help us connect with our inner experience during challenging timesEllen Bass’ motto to cultivate resilience: “work more, worry less”That if we can get the step small enough, there’s always a positive step we can take to helpThe impact of taking care of ourselves on other peopleThe importance of cultivating gratitude for small thingsWhen our hearts are broken open, they grow largerLearning to value small actionsThe motto: “if you can’t get out of it, get into itThe importance of literally changing the channel to limit our intake of distressing newsHow to be in the world but not of the worldWorking with fear skillfullyHow mind and body parallel themselvesMaking time to allow, be with, and be in our emotionsThe importance of metabolizing and digesting our emotionsHow we’re designed to go through stress and bounce backOther Links:Ellen BassParker PalmerSpring WashamRalph De La RosaBLUBlox offers high-quality lenses that filter blue light, reduce glare, and combat the unhealthy effects of our digital life. Visit BluBlox.com and get free shipping worldwide and also 15% off with Promo Code: WOLF15Calm App: The app designed to help you ease stress and get the best sleep of your life through meditations and sleep stories. Join the 85 million people around the world who use Calm to get better sleep. Get 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription (a limited time offer!) by going to www.calm.com/wolf If you enjoyed this conversation on Resilience During Challenging Times, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Special Episode #1: How to Work from HomeSpecial Episode #2: Strategies for Emotional HealthSpecial Episode #3: How to Work with AngerSpecia Episode #4: Tips for Living in Close Quarters
Dr. Shauna Shapiro is a professor, best-selling author, clinical psychologist, and internationally recognized expert in mindfulness and compassion. She has published over 150 journal articles and 3 critically acclaimed books translated into 16 languages. Her most recent book is called, Good Morning, I Love You: Mindfulness and Self Compassion Practices to Rewire Your Brain for Calm, Clarity, and Joy.In this episode, Eric and Shauna Shapiro talk about how we can cultivate transformative mindfulness through daily practices that nurture kindness and compassion towards ourselves.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Dr. Shauna Shapiro and I Discuss Transformative Mindfulness and…Her book, Good Morning, I Love You: Mindfulness and Self Compassion Practices to Rewire Your Brain for Calm, Clarity, and JoyHow she first learned the idea that what you practice grows strongerWhy your attitude and how you pay attention is so important when it comes to mindfulness3 pillars of mindfulnessWhat she learned from studying shameThe effectiveness of self-compassionThe ways mindfulness prepares the mind for learningThe difference between mindfulness and meditationWhat your mood in the morning and your mood in the evening says about your longevityThe question you can ask yourself in the morning to prime your mind to look for the good throughout the dayThe ways mindfulness can lose its transformative powerSelf-improvement vs Self-liberationHow perfection is the antithesis of evolutionThe benefits of a regular meditation practiceHer practice of “Good Morning, I Love You”Dr. Shauna Shapiro Links:drshaunashapiro.comFacebookInstagramPlushcare: Provides excellent primary and urgent healthcare through virtual appointments. It’s easy to book online and you can even get same-day appointments. They accept most major insurance carriers, are available in all 50 states and you get prescriptions sent to your local pharmacy. Go to www.plushcare.com/wolfTransparent Labs offer a variety of supplements and protein powders that include science-based ingredients and have no sugar, fat, lactose, artificial colors or sweeteners. Check out Eric’s favorite, 100% Grass-Fed Whey Isolate that comes in many delicious flavors. Visit transparentlabs.com and use Promo code WOLF to receive 10% off your order. Talkspace is the online therapy company that lets you connect with a licensed therapist from anywhere at any time at a fraction of the cost of traditional therapy. It’s therapy on demand. Visit www.talkspace.com and enter Promo Code: WOLF to get $100 off your first month.If you enjoyed this conversation with Dr. Shauna Shapiro on Transformative Mindfulness, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Self Compassion with Kristin NeffEffortless Mindfulness with Loch KellyThe Heart of Awareness with Dorothy Hunt
Dr. Ken Druck is a leading mental health expert in the areas of civility, relationships, and aging. Ken writes regularly for the national press and he is the author of several books including the one discussed in this episode, Raising an Aging Parent: Guidelines for Families in the Second Half of Life.In this episode, Eric and Dr. Ken Druck talk about caring for an aging parent, finding meaning after great loss, helping ourselves receive the love that’s offered to us, and how to live through the difficult nature of the difficult situations we will face in our lives. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Dr. Ken Druck and I Discuss Raising an Aging Parent, and…His book, Raising an Aging Parent: Guidelines for Families in the Second Half of LifeStanding in the ashes of your “Plan A” in lifeThe tragedy of the death of his daughterThe choice to make your pain the central organizing principle of your life or choosing a life where purpose and meaning are the central organizing principlesOur wholeness coming out of brokenessHow aging is grieving the loss of our younger self and accepting yourself as you are todayLiving in a “both-and” rather than an “either-or” worldThat when we care for an aging parent, we’re giving life back to the parents that gave life to usGiving our parents the good things we have in our hearts to give as they face some of the biggest challenges of their livesThe importance of being a healthy caregiver and not becoming a “slave caregiver”Figuring out what is “enough” as a caregiverAllowing ourselves to receive the love as our parents offer it, rather than waiting for the way we want itFiguring out what stands in the way of us receiving other people’s love, gratitude, and generosityShowing ourselves compassion in moments of difficult decisionsThe work and legacy of an aging parentPutting our house in orderDr. Ken Druck Links:kendruck.comTwitterFacebookInstagramIndeed: Helps you find high impact hires, faster, without any long term contracts and you pay only for what you need. Get started with a free $75 credit to boost your job post and get in front of more quality candidates by going to www.indeed.com/wolfBest Fiends: Engage your brain and play a game of puzzles with Best Fiends. Download for free on the Apple App Store or Google Play.  SimpliSafe: Get comprehensive protection for your entire home with security cameras, alarms, sensors as well as fire, water, and carbon monoxide alerts. Visit simplisafe.com/wolf for a free HD camera.If you enjoyed this conversation with Dr. Ken Druck on Raising an Aging Parent, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Alan CastelKamla KapurJohn Zeratsky
Julia Cameron is an American teacher, author, artist, poet, playwright, novelist, filmmaker, and much more. She is best known for her book, “The Artist’s Way.“In this episode, in addition to discussing her book, “The Artist’s Way,” Eric and Julia talk about finding your creativity and her famous practice known as “Morning Pages.”But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Julia Cameron and I Discuss Finding Your Creativity and…Her book, “The Artist’s Way“Her many strategies for feeding her good wolfCreative recovery is the process of tracking back to our original selvesCreativity as a spiritual practice“Morning Pages” is her daily practice of writing 3 pages longhand about anything that is on your mind first thing in the morningThe importance of writing no more or no less than the 3 pages.Morning pages are aimed at moving out of inertia into action.Learning to write past our inner critic is how we train ourselves to move past fearCloud thoughts are the thoughts that drift into your consciousness that are not connected to anythingMorning pages are your tough love friend and are not meant to be rereadCreativity can come from happiness as well as painThe reward for paying attention is a sense of well being that counters loneliness“Artist Dates” are expeditions out of your house that you find delightful or brings you joyThe myth that artists are born and not madeHow perfectionism stands between you and your creativityThe process of creativity is more important than the end productMoving past perfectionism with your morning pagesWalking is another important creative tool The secret doubt is our skeptical sense that a higher power isn’t interested in us.The voice of guidance is kind, intuitive, truthful, and supportiveJulia Cameron Links:juliacameronlive.comTwitterInstagramFacebookTransparent Labs offer a variety of supplements and protein powders that include science-based ingredients and have no sugar, fat, lactose, artificial colors or sweeteners. Check out Eric’s favorite, 100% Grass Fed Whey Isolate that comes in many delicious flavors. Visit transparentlabs.com and use Promo code WOLF to receive 10% off your order.Plushcare: Provides excellent primary and urgent healthcare through virtual appointments. It’s easy to book online and you can even get same-day appointments. They accept most major insurance carriers, are available in all 50 states and you get prescriptions sent to your local pharmacy. Go to www.plushcare.com/wolf to start your free 30-day trial.  Calm App: The app designed to help you ease stress and get the best sleep of your life through meditations and sleep stories. Join the 85 million people around the world who use Calm to get better sleep. Get 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription (a limited time offer!) by going to www.calm.com/wolfIf you enjoyed this conversation with Julia Cameron on the Finding Your Creativity, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Albert Flynn DeSilverByron Katie
James Kingsland is a science and medical journalist with 25 years of experience working for publications such as New Scientist, Nature, and, most recently, The Guardian. On his own blog, Plastic Brain, he writes about neuroscience and Buddhist psychology. In this episode, Eric and James Kingsland discuss his book, Am I Dreaming: The Science of Altered States from Psychedelics to Virtual Reality and Beyond.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, James Kingsland and I Discuss the Neuroscience Behind Our Reality, and…His book, Am I Dreaming: The Science of Altered States from Psychedelics to Virtual Reality and BeyondWhat the best neuroscience tells us about how the brain worksThat we don’t see the world directly, objectively as it isOur experiential reality as a combination of what we expect to see and the feedback from what our senses are telling us is therePrediction Error CodingHow the brain mainly pays attention when you surprise itThat the Buddha discovered that we see a conditioned view of the worldThe types of things that go wrong in the brainViewing mental illness and addiction through the prediction functionality of the brainHow altered states can help when things go wrong in the brainExpanded the flexibility of the brainWhat happens in the brain during sleep and dreaming His experience with hypnosisActive InferenceJames Kingsland Links:Plasticbrainblog.comTwitterBLUBlox offers high-quality lenses that filter blue light, reduce glare, and combat the unhealthy effects of our digital life. Visit BluBlox.com and get free shipping worldwide and also 15% off with Promo Code: WOLFSkillshare is an online learning community that helps you get better on your creative journey. They have thousands of inspiring classes for creative and curious people. Get 2 FREE months of premium membership at www.skillshare.com/feedIf you enjoyed this conversation with James Kingsland on the Neuroscience Behind Our Reality, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Daniel LevitinCasey SchwartzDr. Rick Hanson
Dr. Judith Grisel is a professor of Psychology at Bucknell University. Judith is a behavioral neuroscientist with a particular interest in addiction. Her work includes trying to determine what is different about people who develop drug addictions before they ever try a drug. In this episode, Judith and Eric discuss her book, “Never Enough: The Neuroscience and Experience of Addiction” where she shares her personal experience of overcoming addiction as well as her passion for research into the neuroscience of addiction.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Judith Grisel and I Discuss the Neuroscience of Addiction, and…Her book, Never Enough:  The Neuroscience and Experience of Addiction"  Channeling her strong will and enthusiasm for addiction into recovery Focusing on what she wanted rather than what she didn't wantThe complexity of addiction is there are so many factors that lead to itNature via nurture as well as the inherited risks of addictionThe increased risk of teenagers with addictive disorders when using drugs or alcohol while the brain is still developing.The neural states associated with addiction also come from our history, culture, socialization, communication, and even microbiomes.The "debt of addiction is accrued when borrowing good feelings from the future is due"Mechanisms of what happens in the brain when abusing substancesTolerance is when the brain adapts and counteracts the effects of the drugDependence is when you no longer like yourself without the drugYounger adults may be more prone to addiction, but also more resilient.Her experience of receiving tough love from her parents that ultimately led to recovery.How isolation causes addiction and addiction causes isolationConnection is crucial in the process of recoveryDr. Judith Grisel Links:Judy GriselTed TalkPlushcare: Provides excellent primary and urgent healthcare through virtual appointments. It’s easy to book online and you can even get same-day appointments. They accept most major insurance carriers, are available in all 50 states and you get prescriptions sent to your local pharmacy. Go to www.plushcare.com/wolf to start your free 30-day trial.Jordan Harbinger Show: One of Eric’s favorite podcasts, the Jordan Harbinger Show, is where self-motivated people, just like you, dig deep into the untapped wisdom of the world’s sharpest minds- from legendary creators to intelligence operatives, iconoclastic writers to visionary change-makers. You’ll learn new strategies, perspectives, and tactics you won’t find anywhere else, then take these valuable insights into your own life and live what you listen to. You can find it on Apple Podcasts or SpotifyIf you enjoyed this conversation with Judy Grisel on the Neuroscience of Addiction, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Dr. Gabor Mate’Johann HariMaia Szalavitz
Brad Warner is an ordained Zen teacher and the author of many books, including There is No God and He is Always With You, Zen Wrapped in Karma Dipped in Chocolate, and Hardcore Zen, Brad is the creator of the “Hardcore Zen” blog and YouTube Channel and is also a punk rock bass player in the band, Zero Defex. He has published work in Buddhist magazines Shambala Sun, Buddha Dharma, and Tricycle as well as rock magazines such as Alternative Press, Maximum Rock and Roll, and Razorcake.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Brad Warner and I Discuss Hardcore Zen and …His book, “Letters to a Dead Friend About Zen”Absolute truth and relative truthThe Buddhist precepts – there are no universal rules that apply to everythingThe universe is a living entity that is affected by our actionsWhy he wrote this book for his friend who diedIceberg metaphor – what can be seen is what we know about ourselves, but we also have unseen and unknowable parts of ourselves.His thoughts on Buddha being a geniusThe Buddha, the Dharma, and the SanghaA goal of not having a goal is also a goalBeing in a goal-oriented societySeeing things as they are and realizing that we’re wrongThe challenge of accepting our current reality as how it's supposed to be and not how we want it to be.Working with our desires for things to be a certain wayBrad Warner Links:hardcorezen.comTwitterFacebookYouTubeIndeed: Helps you find high impact hires, faster, without any long term contracts and you pay only for what you need. Get started with a free $75 credit to boost your job post and get in front of more quality candidates by going to www.indeed.com/wolf Calm App: The app designed to help you ease stress and get the best sleep of your life through meditations and sleep stories. Join the 85 million people around the world who use Calm to get better sleep. Get 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription (a limited time offer!) by going to www.calm.com/wolf SimpliSafe: Get comprehensive protection for your entire home with security cameras, alarms, sensors as well as fire, water, and carbon monoxide alerts. Visit simplisafe.com/wolf for free shipping and a 60-day money-back guarantee. If you enjoyed this conversation with Brad Warner on Hardcore Zen, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Brad Warner )2016 Episode)Shinzen YoungShozan Jack Haubner
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Hot Stove

Anger is acceptable, rage and violence are not.

Dec 27th
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Jaime J

Love this episode, beautiful in every way!

Nov 11th
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Juan Carlos Hernandez

you can get Omegas from chia seeds, hemp seeds, and flaxseeds. not just fish

Sep 11th
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Andy Edwards

Warren Buffett may have exactly as much time as us but he probably doesn't have to devote nearly as much of it to menial chores, driving, or even taking notes and setting reminders (assuming he pays a personal assistant).

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Deanna Treadway

My first listen with you, and I'll be back. I especially appreciated the attitude that we have more control over our own lives then we might think.

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daisy

shew. needed

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ID13177505

Keep politics out this doesn’t serve your listeners

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SIDÓNIA Moniz

awww Thank you soooo much 🌟

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Malayappan Abm

amazing!

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N Me

"many paths to the same summit"..great show !

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Nitsanah Benyamini

I never cry

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Monkey D. Luffy

thank's!!

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Joe Veror

Sound quality is bad. Next time please normalize it before posting.

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SIDÓNIA Moniz

thanks 💪💖🌼🦢

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Anne Chappee

repeating the parable every time is boring.

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Shannon Sanford

Impromptu songs for somebody you love are AWESOME... they're a high compliment 💜💙❤️

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William Rachal-Curtis

Sucha great episode. Thank You!

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LoveAndThunder888

Good luck contacting Leonard Cohen

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Nicole Adams

Wow I love this woman! She is finally hitting on what I have felt for 6 years ! Thank you thank you thank you !!

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