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How to Discover Your Way of Being Through the Enneagram with Susan Piver

Susan Piver is the New York Times bestselling author of many books, including the award-winning ?How Not to Be Afraid of Your Own Life?, ?The Wisdom of a Broken Heart?, ?Start Here Now: An Open-Hearted Guide to the Path and Practice of Meditation?, and ?The Four Noble Truths of Love: Buddhist Wisdom for Modern Relationships?.  Susan has been a practicing Buddhist since 1993 and graduated from a Buddhist seminary in 2004. She is an internationally acclaimed meditation teacher, known for her ability to translate ancient practices into modern life. Her work has been featured on the Oprah show, TODAY, CNN, and in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and others.  In 2013, she launched the Open Heart Project, the largest virtual mindfulness community in the world with 20,000 members. Her newest book is ?The Buddhist Enneagram: Nine Paths to Warriorship.?

In this episode, Eric and Susan discuss her newest book, The Buddhist Enneagram: Nine Paths to Warriorship

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Susan Piver and I Discuss How to Discover Your Way of Being Through the Enneagram and ?

Her book:  The Buddhist Enneagram: Nine Paths to Warriorship Defining the enneagram as 9 paths or ways of being How the enneagram can be used in a variety of ways based on the person Defining warrior as one who is not afraid of oneself How it?s best to take multiple tests to best determine your enneagram type The subtypes of the enneagram and how they?re often easier to identify Patience is required to utilize the deep system of the enneagram How the enneagram defines our ?cocoon? and also our way out of it The arc of transformation that includes the passions and the virtues How the enneagram leads us to compassion for ourselves and others How we should ?feel the energy? of a number rather than declare our number Asking what does this mean to me, today

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If you enjoyed this conversation with Susan Piver, check out these other episodes:

The Four Noble Truths of Love with Susan Piver (2021)

Eli-Jaxon Bear on Your True Self

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2022-10-19
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How to Work Through Fear and Depression with Paul Gilmartin

Paul Gilmartin is a stand-up comedian, podcast host, and television personality best known as the long time host of TBS? Dinner and a Movie.  Since 2011, Paul has been the host and executive producer of the podcast, Mental Illness Happy Hour.

In this episode, Eric and Paul discuss his strategies and practical approaches to deal with fear and depression.

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Paul Gilmartin and I Discuss What How to Work Through Fear and Depression and ?

His podcast, Mental Illness Happy Hour How we all have something that we worship that orients our actions Learning to be truly and deeply vulnerable How there is no instant gratification in spirituality Living a fear based life and addictive behaviors Reconnecting with the body?s instincts Getting curious about the thoughts that come up during meditation The difference between self reflection and self obsession Strategies for moving away from self obsessing Finding himself stuck in the paralysis of perfection The importance of taking a break from the world when you need it The opposing forces of fear and hope Moving through his fears and depression How acting according to his values keeps him connected to his higher power His spiritual growth includes facing his everyday fears Learning to see past our mental barriers and realize what we?re capable of

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Paul Gilmartin (2014 Interview)

Discovering Spiritual Truths with Pete Holmes

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2022-10-15
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How to Lead a Happier Life with Dr. Laurie Santos

Dr. Laurie Santos is Professor of Psychology and Head of Silliman College at Yale University.  She is the host of the podcast The Happiness Lab and is an expert on human cognition and the cognitive biases that impede better choices. Her course, ?Psychology and the Good Life,? teaches students what the science of psychology says about how to make wiser choices and live a life that?s happier and more fulfilling. Dr. Santos has been featured in numerous news outlets including the New York Times, NBC Nightly News, The Today Show, CBS This Morning, and more. She has won numerous awards both for her science and teaching from institutions such as Yale and the American Psychological Association.

In this episode, Eric and Dr. Laurie Santos discuss the psychology of happiness and strategies on how to lead a happier life.

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Dr. Laurie Santos and I Discuss How to Lead a Happier Life and ?

Her podcast, The Happiness Lab The research she does with dogs How animals are excellent guides on how to be present The power of doing little things and doing them often Focusing on the small things can help keep our ?stories? accurate and positive Gratitude and delight practices are useful strategies to create happiness The impact of sound and learning to notice pleasant sounds Shifting our attitude of how we spend our time  (get to rather than have to) Understanding the scientific benefits can provide motivation to change behavior Self compassion helps to find the happy medium of being too harsh or easy on yourself Getting curious about our resistance to creating good habits How noticing and meditating on the rewards of a positive behavior hacks the brain systems Knowing that behavior change is easier when our environment supports the behavior Loneliness and how our intuitions are often wrong when trying to overcome it

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Dr. Laurie?s Website

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Ruth Whippman on The Complexities of Happiness

Jonathan Rauch on The Happiness Curve

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2022-10-12
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What Creation Spirituality Means with Matthew Fox

Matthew Fox is an internationally acclaimed spiritual theologian, Episcopal priest, and activist. He holds a doctor in the History and Theology of Spirituality

In this episode, Eric and Matthew discuss his book: Matthew Fox: Essential Writings on Creation Spirituality.

Registration for The Well Trained Mind Program is now open!  Learn the foundations of mindfulness and create a more fulfilling spiritual practice in Ginny?s live virtual program that starts on October 9.  Visit oneyoufeed.net/mindfulness to learn more!

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Matthew Fox and I Discuss What Creation Spirituality Means and ?

His book,  Matthew Fox: Essential Writings on Creation Spirituality. Creation spirituality is about the sacredness of nature and our existence Dualism as the fall of humanity How it?s easy to forget to savor the beauty of existence Accepting the ?both/and? rather than ?either/or: Learning to fall in love the world around us The 4 paths of creation spirituality Creativity is what distinguishes postmodern from modern science The importance of cultivating creativity in a spiritual journey How art can be a meditation How both creating and taking in art is being an artist Compassion is about sharing both the joy and sorrow with one another Hildegard?s tent of wisdom

Matthew Fox Links

Matthew?s Website

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Matthew Fox (Interview from 2016)

Creative Spiritual Practices with Clark Strand

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2022-10-08
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How to Feel Lighter with Yung Pueblo

Diego Perez is a meditator and New York Times bestselling author who is widely known on Instagram and various social media networks through his pen name Yung Pueblo. Online he has an audience of over 2.7 million people. His writing focuses on the power of self-healing, creating healthy relationships, and the wisdom that comes when we truly work on knowing ourselves.

In this episode, Eric and Yung Pueblo discuss his latest book, Lighter: Let Go of the Past, Connect with the Present, and Expand the Future

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Yung Pueblo and I Discuss How to Feel Lighter and ?

His book, Lighter: Let Go of the Past, Connect with the Present, and Expand the Future Human Habit vs. Human Nature What it means to live from compassion and self-awareness The anxiety and sadness that grew in him, starting in his childhood in poverty The life-changing moment that caused him to turn everything around That your initial reaction is usually your past trying to work its way into your present How he has gone about burning away the patterns that cause him misery His motto of ?if this is helping you heal yourself, do it? Repetition in the positive sense The impact of gambling with his life in order to avoid his emotions  What to do and not do when you find yourself in a low mood The power of first letting whatever is happening to just be  Why it?s important to notice when a goal is slipping into a craving

Yung Pueblo Links

Diego?s Website

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Life Through Poetry with IN-Q

The Art of Poetry and Prose with David Whyte

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2022-10-05
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How to Create Emotional Agility with Susan David

Susan David is a psychologist on faculty at Harvard Medical School. She?s also the co-founder and co-director of The Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital and is CEO of Evidence-Based Psychology. Have you ever gotten hooked by a difficult emotion? In other words, have you ever felt compelled to act on a strong feeling without having any space to think about your action first? If so, you will find really helpful wisdom in this episode that you can take, apply today and live a more skillful, open-hearted life.

In this episode, Eric and Susan David discuss her book, Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life

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Susan David and I Discuss How to Create Emotional Agility and ?

Her book, Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life How emotions are a guidance system and aren?t good or bad Learning  That emotions can help us adapt and thrive The thinking ?unless I?m happy all the time, something is wrong? Emotional agility is when we connect with our values and move forward in action Emotional rigidity is when we believe the negative voice in our head and are reactive or on autopilot How we get ?hooked? when we accept our thoughts as facts Strategies for getting ?unhooked?  Recognizing our patterns and being curious and compassionate about how we?re reacting Understanding that tough emotions are part of life Shifting thing from ?I am ____ ? to ?I notice that I?m feeling_____? Choice points:  do I move towards or away from my values? Our values are quality of action Social contagion describes how we catch other peoples? behaviors and emotions The power of keeping our values front of mind A meaningful life comes with discomfort How our difficult emotions are signposts for our values Premature cognitive commitment is when we decide before we think

Susan David Links

Susan?s Website

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How to Handle Emotions with Hilary Jacobs Hendel

How to Cope with Big Feelings with Liz Fosslien

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2022-09-30
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How to See the Dharma in Western Literary Classics with Dean Sluyter

Dean Sluyter is an award-winning author who has taught meditation since 1970, from maximum security prisons to the Guatemalan rainforest. He?s a student of Eastern and Western sages from multiple traditions and has completed numerous pilgrimages and retreats in India, Tebet, Nepal, and the West. 

In this episode, Eric and Dean discuss his latest book, The Dharma Bums Guide to Western Literature: Finding Nirvana in the Classics, which reflects his lifelong exploration of the awakening process as well as his years as a prep school English teacher.

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Dean Sluyter and I Discuss How to See the Dharma in Western Literary Classics and ?

His book, The Dharma Bums Guide to Western Literature: Finding Nirvana in the Classics The role (or lack thereof) of efforting in meditation The difference between awareness and mind  What it means to ?relax your grip? or ?let it be? during meditation The Dharma and the Infinite in The Cat and the Hat  That dualism is the way the world appears to us when viewed through the thinking mind How to find the fragrant emptiness at the core of our minds, beyond all thoughts That only the infinite can give us infinite joy, in the finite world ? having can?t match our yearning. The nature of desire is that it replicates itself Kindness in Huckleberry Finn That the kingdom of heaven is spread upon the earth, within and all around us

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Dean Sluyter Interview (2019)

Inventions in Literature with Angus Fletcher

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2022-09-28
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How to Have Healthier Relationships with Yourself and Others with Jillian Turecki

Jillian Turecki is a certified relationship coach, teacher, and writer who for the last 20 years has taught others how to transform their relationship with themselves and others.  Jillian is also the host of the podcast, Jillian on Love.  

In this episode, Eric and Jillian discuss her work coaching and teaching people how to develop healthier relationships with themselves and others.

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Jillian Turecki and I Discuss How to Have Healthy Relationships with Yourself and Others and ?

Her podcast, Jillian on Love Recognizing that our minds create stories that we can easily get caught up in. The importance of understanding issues in a relationship aren?t just about the other person, but as much about yourself Taking responsibility for your love life is not about blaming yourself How we need to love ourselves before we can love others well Important medicine for relationships:  accountability, forgiveness, and truth The biggest problems in a relationship is trying to change the other person and relying too much on the other person to make you happy Asking ?how can I change to help you change?? When a relationship is failing, we often go into survival mode and neglect to see our role in the relationship How we need to keep acknowledging our appreciation to our partners Our ?emotional home? is the pattern of what we do when we?re stressed How all of our emotional patterns come from fear The critical role of cC\ommunication in relationships Remembering that we should be listening more and talking less How you think about your partner?s intent when feeling hurt or angry

Jillian Turecki Links

Jillian?s Website

Jillian?s Podcast

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Facebook

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Dr. Sue Johnson on Navigatin Romantic Relationships

Cindy Stulberg on Relationships

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2022-09-23
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How to Free Yourself from the Inner Critic Through Mindfulness with Ginny Gay

Ginny Gay is a Certified Mindfulness Teacher and has worked with Eric to create content here at The One You Feed for the past 8 years. Prior to that, she spent 13 years in the corporate world where she thought climbing the corporate ladder equated to success in life. Instead, that approach ultimately led her to a place of severe burnout, addiction, anxiety, and depression. Now, she knows that for her, success in all aspects of life comes from living from a place of authenticity and integration where meaningful work and relationships are the fruit and contribution to the world. 

Ginny loves creating courses, programs, workshops, and written content to help people live life more skillfully and help them navigate the difficulties that come from the inherent challenges of being human so that they can experience more peace, purpose, and joy in their daily lives.

In this episode, Eric and Ginny discuss her story of struggle and growth, how to work with the inner critic and what it means to practice mindfulness.

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Ginny Gay and I Discuss How to Free Yourself from the Inner Critic Through Mindfulness and ?

The way not wanting to experience internal pain can drive us to act in potentially harmful, problematic ways Her experience in a fundamentalist Christian church Her experience hitting the glass ceiling in the corporate pharmaceutical industry The circumstances surrounding her addiction and burnout  How she was able to believe in growth through difficulty during the worst time in her life The key learnings that helped her transform her life from the ground up The radical shift she made that saved her life The power of naming things as they show up inside of us The corrosive impact of the inner critic How to differentiate the inner critic from our helpful inner conscience Where the inner critic comes from The various ways the inner critic shows up in us How to free yourself from the inner critic What mindfulness really means The benefits of practicing mindfulness The connection between mindfulness and meditation Her definition of spirituality Her mindfulness program, The Well Trained Mind

Ginny Gay Links

FREE 3-Part Mindfulness Training: How to Quiet the Inner Critic

The Well Trained Mind Program

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Mindfulness in Nature with Mark Coleman

Transforming Your Inner Critic with Dr. Aziz Gazipura

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2022-09-21
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How to Find Healing From Trauma with Dr. Gabor Mate

Dr. Gabor Maté is a highly sought expert on a wide range of topics such as addiction, stress, and childhood development.  He has written many books, of which several are best-sellers, including the award-winning ?In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts? , ?Close Encounters with Addiction?, and ?When the Body Says No:  Exploring the Stress-Disease Culture.?  Gabor?s work has been published internationally and in more than 30 languages.

In this episode, Eric and Dr. Maté discuss his book, The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, and Healing in a Toxic Culture

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Dr. Gabor Mate and I Discuss How to ?

His book,  The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, and Healing in a Toxic Culture Defining the myths of normal How the increasing anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues are a result of toxic culture Stress and trauma can begin for a child in utero, at childbirth, and throughout childhood The modern stresses of our world contributes to a toxic culture How parents pass down their traumas to their children Defining trauma as a psychic wound that happens inside of you The healing process is the recovery of self Understanding the clash between attachment and authenticity How emotions and immune systems are part of the same system The importance of understanding the important link between emotions and physical health Trauma imposed self beliefs are the main obstacles of healing Remembering that healing is a lifelong process The 4 A?s of healing:  authenticity, agency, acceptance, and anger (healthy) 

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Dr. Gabor Mate?s Interview from 2016

Healing Trauma with Dr. James Gordon

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2022-09-16
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How to Choose Growth with Scott Barry Kaufman & Jordyn Feingold

Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D., is a cognitive scientist and humanistic psychologist exploring the depths of human potential. He is a professor at Columbia University and director of the Center for Human Potential. Dr. Kaufman has authored 10 books and is host of The Psychology Podcast. In 2015, he was named one of ?50 groundbreaking scientists who are changing the way we see the world? by Business Insider.  

Jordyn H. Feingold, MD, MAPP, MSCR is a resident physician in psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in NYC, well-being researcher, and positive psychology practitioner. Her research and clinical interests involve protecting and promoting health care worker and patient well-being and incorporating positive psychology approaches into health care delivery.

In this episode, Eric talks to Scott and Jordyn about their book, Choose Growth: A Workbook for Transcending Trauma, Fear, and Self-Doubt

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Scott Barry Kaufman, Jordyn Feingold, and I Discuss How to Choose Growth and ?

Their book, ChooseGrowth: A Workbook for Transcending Trauma, Fear, and Self-Doubt How practicing what is uncomfortable will lead to growth Understanding the relationship between security and growth The importance of the word ?yet? and how it creates a belief that change is possible How growth is about finding the balance between doing and being Healthy transcendance includes fusing the connection of self with the world The self actualization process and getting in touch with our potential Learning to embrace our character strengths as our super powers How we can improve our weaknesses by using our top strengths The importance of defining our values and what matters most to us Closing the gap between how we?re living and the values that we hold

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Scott?s Website

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Jordyn?s Twitter

Jordyn?s Website

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Living a Transcendant Life with Scott Barry Kaufman (2020)

Fixed and Growth Mindset with Carol Dweck

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2022-09-14
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How to Build Resilience with Steve Magness

Steve Magness is a world-renowned expert on performance, well-being, and sustainable success.He is coauthor of the best selling Peak Performance and The Passion Paradox. In his coaching practice, Steve works with executives, entrepreneurs, and athletes on their performance and mental skills. He also serves as a consultant on mental skills development for professional sports teams, including some of the top teams in professional sports. 

In this episode, Eric and Steve discuss his book, Do Hard Things: Why We Get Resilience Wrong and the Surprising Science of Real Toughness. 

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Steve Magness and I Discuss How to Build Resilience and ?

His book, Do Hard Things:  Why We Get Resilience Wrong and the Surprising Science of Real Toughness Asking ourselves if our inner voice is fair, rather than good or bad How we handle difficult things better when we feel secure and supported Defining toughness as navigating discomfort to make the best decision you can Understanding the importance of confidence in toughness Quiet internal confidence is about being realistic in our ability and the difficulty of the task at hand. How doubt is a necessary component of confidence A central component of internal confidence and motivation is seeing progress How consistency and taking small steps is what matters most Accurate appraisal of both the challenges we face and our internal feelings Understanding that feelings are the body?s communication system The importance of awareness and contextualization when dealing with feelings and emotions Dealing with the two types of inner dialogue ? integrated and confrontational Learning to shift your self talk to 2nd or 3rd person voice How stress narrows our perspective and amplifies negative feelings

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Strengthening Our Resilience with Linda Graham

Lisa Feldman Barrett on Emotions

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2022-09-09
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How to Discover New Ways of Living with Shauna Niequist

Shauna Niequist is the New York Times Best Selling author of many books such as Present Over Perfect, Bread and Wine, Cold Tangerines, and others. She lives in New York City with her husband and two sons. 

In this episode, Eric and Shauna discuss her book, I Guess I Haven?t Learned That Yet: Discovering New Ways of Living When the Old Ones Stop Working.

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Shauna Niequist and I Discuss How to Discover New Ways of Living and ?

Her book, I Guess I Haven?t Learned That Yet: Discovering New Ways of Living When the Old Ones Stop Working Why the word hospitality is important to her What self-compassion means to her and how she practices it Seeing out beauty as an act of prayer, worship, and resistance Putting herself in the path of joy and beauty, giving herself the greatest chance to find them How to practice being easily delighted It?s ok for the joy of something to be that it feels like play Seeing people different from you is a reminder that you can change and find a new way of being How radical and freeing it is to consent to the reality of the way things are The value of adding to our toolkit of ways we can help ourselves when we are struggling What it means for her that sometimes saying no is in service to a much better yes 

Shauna Niequist links:

Shauna?s Website

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Radical Self Love with Sonya Renee Taylor

Poetry and Life Lessons with Maggie Smith

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2022-09-07
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How to Write Haiku and Other Spiritual Practices with Clark Strand

Clark Strand is an American author and lecturer on spirituality and religion.  He is a former Zen Buddhist monk and was the first Senior Editor of Tricycle:  The Buddhist Review.  He is also the author of many books including The Way of the Rose: The Radical Path of the Divine Feminine Hidden in the Rosary and Seeds of a Birch Tree:  Writing Haiku and the Spiritual Journey

In this episode, Eric and Clark discuss a few of his books in addition to his exploration of the many spiritual traditions.

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Clark Strand and I Discuss Haiku and Other Creative Spiritual Practices and ?

His book, Waking Up to the Dark:  The Black Madonna?s Gospel for an Age of Extinction and Collapse His exploration of many spiritual traditions Self power and other power The circular notion of spiritual life rather than linear notion of progress How a bead/rosary practice represents the circular nature of spirituality The ?hour of God? or ?hour of the wolf? when awake in the night Haiku and the tradition and forms of this type of poetry Translation of haiku is ?playful verse? How profound meanings can come through from this playful art from

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Clark?s Website

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The Divine Feminine with Mirabai Starr

Being Heart-Minded with Sarah Blondin

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2022-09-02
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What is Wellness Culture with Fariha Roisin

Fariha Roisin is an Australian Canadian writer whose work frequently covers her identity as a queer, south Asian Muslim woman as well as self-care and pop culture. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Al Jazeera, The Guardian, Vice, Village Voice,and other publications. She has written a book of poetry (How To Cure A Ghost), a journal (Being In Your Body), and a novel (Like A Bird).

In this episode, Eric and Fariha discuss her non-fiction book, Who Is Wellness For? An Examination of Wellness Culture and Who It Leaves Behind.

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Fariha Roisin and I Discuss Wellness Culture and ?

Her book, Who Is Wellness For? An Examination of Wellness Culture and Who It Leaves Behind The way her severe childhood trauma has shaped her entire life That we are shaped by the trauma of our families and ancestors The factors that weave into how we need to heal The importance of looking at and into the darkness for ourselves Being alive IS the journey of self-discovery to show up as a fairer, kinder version of yourself How discomfort is undervalued That unraveling is the nexus for change in life The difficult path of healing will give you your life if you follow it How achieving or ascension can be a trauma response What it means to become a more whole version of yourself ? where every part of you is allowed The idea of taking only what you give How healing requires being present with yourself 

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2022-08-31
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How to Cultivate Lovingkindness with Sharon Salzberg

Sharon Salzberg is one of the worlds best know Buddhist teachers and a leader in meditation retreats worldwide since 1974. She teaches both intensive awareness practice (vipassana or insight meditation) and the profound cultivation of lovingkindness and compassion (the Brahma Viharas). She is a co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts and The Barre Center for Buddhist Studies.

In this episode, Eric and Sharon discuss her book Real Happiness At Work: Meditations for Accomplishment, Achievement, and Peace.

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Sharon Salzberg and I Discuss How to Bring Lovingkindness to Your Life ?

Her book, Real Happiness At Work: Meditations for Accomplishment, Achievement, and Peace. Lovingkindess is the fundamental sense of connectedness to ourselves and each other Compassion is recognizing the universal vulnerability of ourselves and each other The fundamental teaching of ?everyone wants to be happy? Remembering that it?s never to late to make a change How the mind is naturally radiant and pure The ?visitors? that obscure our mind The essential question of asking what we really need to be happy How mindfulness is about training to find ?the place in the middle? Balancing repression and indulgence in our emotions Whether Buddhism teaches that desire is the core problem Making decisions from a ?climate of wisdom? The four types of enemies (outer, inner, secret, and most secret) How to deal with these enemies The importance of setting intentions Watching our thoughts like an elderly person watches children in a park How the difference between happiness and misery depends on where we place our attention.

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2022-08-26
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How to Embody Awareness with Martin Aylward

Martin Aylward has practiced meditation intensively since the age of 19, spending four years in Asian monasteries and with Himalayan hermits. He?s been teaching worldwide since 1999, leading retreats and courses in mindfulness, meditation, and inner freedom. Martin co-founded the Mindfulness Training Institute with Mark Coleman, which runs year-long professional mindfulness teacher training in Europe and the U.S.

In this episode, Eric, Ginny, and Martin discuss his book, Awake Where You Are: The Art of Embodied Awareness.

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Martin Aylward, Ginny, and I Discuss How to Embody Awareness and ?

His book, Awake Where You Are: The Art of Embodied Awareness The habits of ?Grabby Mind?, ?Resistant Mind?, and ?Check Out Mind? The good news that can learn to meet our experience more kindly and more spaciously How aging can be humiliating or humbling depending on how much we try to hold on to our younger self-image The distinction between what is true vs. what is useful to focus on How to recognize and work with the deficient age gap The way our life experiences are stored in our bodies Sometimes meditation isn?t quite psychological enough. It can help dissolve inner states in the moment but further understanding is needed in order for them to really resolve Waking up, growing up, showing up, cleaning up No rehearsal, No replay Inhabiting this moment is the best way to prepare for the next moment

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2022-08-24
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How to Lose Regret and Choose Fulfillment with Marshall Goldsmith

Marshall Goldsmith is the only two-time Thinkers 50 Award for #1 Leadership Thinker in the World. He has been ranked as the world?s #1 Executive Coach, a Top Ten Business Thinker for eight years, and was chosen as the inaugural winner of the Lifetime Award for Leadership by the Harvard Institute of Coaching. Marshall is the author or editor of 41 books, that have sold over 2.5 million copies, translated into 32 languages, and listed as bestsellers in 12 countries. 

In this episode, Eric and Marshall discuss his book, The Earned Life: Lose Regret, Choose Fulfillment

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Marshall Goldsmith and I Discuss How to Lose Regret, Choose Fulfillment, and ?

His book,  The Earned Life: Lose Regret, Choose Fulfillment The every breath paradigm in learning to lose regret Understanding the importance of asking for helping Some of the barriers that hold us back Differences between being comfortable and being fulfilled Problems that arise when we are too attached to outcomes The 3 A?s:  action, ambition, aspiration How both finding meaning and enjoying the process leads to happiness Obligations and how they relate to our values The practice of daily questions that takes 3 minutes Remembering that aking change is easier when you have support The value in asking?Did I do my best to?.?questions as they force you to take responsibility How it?s more challenging to make the effort in our personal life than our professional life

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2022-08-19
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2022-08-17
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How to Become Whole Through the Bittersweet with Susan Cain

Susan Cain is an author who has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, and many other publications. Her record-smashing TedTalk has been viewed over 30 million times and was named by Bill Gates as one of his all-time favorite talks. Susan is the author of the book, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can?t Stop Talking, which spent seven years on the New York Times Best Selling List and has been translated into 40 languages..

In this episode, Eric and Susan discuss her new book, Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make Us Whole.

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Susan Cain and I Discuss How to Become Whole Through the Bittersweet and ?

Her book, Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make Us Whole Why some people really love sad music  How brokenness points in the direction of transcendence How to know if you tend towards a bittersweet state of mind Why do some people turn pain into something beautiful and in other cases people are broken by life?s difficulties The way of ?even so? Union between souls when sorrow is shared Understanding the messiness and unpredictability of grief The mystery of bittersweet  The divine nature of longing How longing is different from craving Being open to great states of transition as gateways in our life Moving on vs. Moving forward Poignancy  What it means to turn in the direction of beauty

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2022-08-16
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What's Next? Our Future Stories with David Christian

What does the future hold? And how do we make sure we're making the best decisions for ourselves? In today's episode with David Christian, you will discover answers to these questions and much more!

"What are the skills involved in trying to think about the future? To construct future stories that are closer to the truth than other future stories? Because if we don't do that. We die." - David Christian

David Christian is a distinguished Professor of History at Macquarie University and Director of the school's Big History Institute.  David co-founded the Big History Project with Bill Gates and has delivered keynotes at conferences around the world, including the Davos Economic Forum.  His Ted Talk has been viewed millions of times and he is the author of many books and articles.

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Also From the Interview with David Christian...

His book, Future Stories:  What's Next The questions leading him to write about the future How we are always thinking about and telling ourselves stories about the future Thinking about the philosophy and science of time The two metaphors of time being like a river and a map How time is an important concept for complex entities Punctuated equilibrium refers to trends from the past to predict changes in the future How time is experienced in 3 ways:  natural, psychological, and social time The best predictions of the future depend on finding the most powerful trends of the past The four possible scenarios for the future of humanity

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2022-08-12
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How to Overcome Unconscious Bias with Jessica Nordell

Jessica Nordell is an award-winning author, science writer, and speaker known for blending rigorous science with compassionate humanity. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and many others. She is the recipient of a Gracie Award from American Women in Radio and Television, was named a Best New Poet by Tracy K. Smith, and was a 2022 featured speaker at SXSW.

In this episode, Eric and Jessica discuss her book, The End of Bias: A Beginning: The Science and Practice of Overcoming Unconscious Bias.

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Jessica Nordell and I Discuss How to Overcome Unconscious Bias and?

Her book, The End of Bias: A Beginning: The Science and Practice of Overcoming Unconscious Bias What bias is and how prevalent it is Her personal experience being on the receiving end of another person?s bias Homophily The implecations of prejudice being a habit and a result of conditioning How labels and categorizing plant seeds of bias Ways to lessen the impact of categories on our perspectives Why being ?color blind? can be so harmful to people (despite the well-meaning approach) Taking on more and broader perspectives helps us better understand the world Seeing the groups we don?t belong to as just as complex as our own group The fundamental attribution error The role of empathy in dissolving biases Hyper-objects

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2022-08-10
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The Challenges of Searching for Happiness with Josh Peck

Josh Peck is an actor, comedian, podcast host and author who began his career as an actor in the late 90s, originally rising to prominence for his role in the sitcom Drake and Josh. He has had a successful acting career ever since, appearing in films like The Wackness and 13. He is also the voice of Eddie in the Ice Age franchise.

In this episode, Eric and Josh discuss his book, Happy People are Annoying

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Josh Peck and I Discuss The Challenges of Searching for Happiness with Josh Peck and?

His book, Happy People are Annoying How we can be self centered even when we don?t think highly of ourselves How any asset in excess can become a defect Learning to let go of the thing that feeds your ego His unhealthy relationship with food What doing drugs felt like to him Learning there was nothing from the outside world that would fix his inner self Entering the twelve step community How addiction creates suffering for the entire family unit Religion and spirituality is about reimagining ancient truth The challenge of learning to enjoy things fully,even if it doesn?t work out Asking what are you willing to let go of that stands between you and happiness Why he titled the book ?Happy People are Annoying

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2022-08-05
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Fierce Love with Sonya Curry

Sonya Curry is an entrepreneur, educator, founder of the Christian Montessori School of Lake Norman, as well as the co-host of the Raising Fame Podcast. She is the mother of Stephen, Sydel, and Seth Curry and often speaks of her experiences as a mother, educator, and Christian, sharing testimony about her faith in parenting and education. 

In this episode, Eric and Sonya discuss her book, Fierce Love: A Memoir of Family, Faith, and Purpose.

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Sonya Curry and I Discuss Fierce Love and?

Her book, Fierce Love: A Memoir of Family, Faith, and Purpose The phase of her life when she was sure she didn?t want to get baptized in the Christian church How she had ?everything? as the wife of an NBA player, and still wasn?t fulfilled What brought her to a relationship with God Looking at her life as a series of chapters The Montessori pillars she carries with her today that informs how she lives The subtle ways unhealthy comparison starts in us very early in life How she handles the rivalry that comes up between her sons from time to time She shares her story of having an abortion and why she did that largely for her daughter Her experience as an empty-nester The experience she had at a vegan meditation and yoga center That God delivers us through things, rather than out of them

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2022-08-03
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Become 10% Happier Through Meditation with Dan Harris

Dan Harris is best known for his work on ABC News, Nightline and Good Morning America.  He is the author of the book, 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works?A True Story

In this episode, Eric and Dan discuss his original skepticism of meditation and the benefits he discovered from developing a regular meditation practice.

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Dan Harris and I Discuss Learning to Be 10% Happier Through Meditation and ?

His book,  10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works?A True Story How the mind can be trained for compassion and happiness Exercising the brain just like the body The science of meditation How we all have an inner voice or narrator in our head The scientifically proven benefits of meditation Our tendency to focus on the bad things and ignore the good. Finding the line of when to push forward or back down The happiness set point theory. Motivation coming from happiness versus pain How a certain amount of stress is necessary Dealing with failure and setbacks His experience of discovering awareness in the present moment Meditation as a mechanism of learning mindfulness The practice of meditation is about remembering

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2022-07-29
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Rachel Krantz on Non-Monogomy and Spiritual Growth

Rachel Krantz is one of the three founding editors of Bustle, the recipient of the Peabody Award, the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights International Radio Award, The Investigative Reporters and Editors Radio Award, and The Edward R. Murrow Award for her work as an investigative reporter for YR Media. Rachel is also the host of Help Existing, a new interview podcast offering help with different aspects of existence.

In this episode, Eric and Rachel discuss her book, Open: An Uncensored Memoir of Love, Liberation, and Non-Monogomy.

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Rachel Krantz and I Discuss Non-Monogomy, Spiritual Growth and ?

Her book, Open: An Uncensored Memoir of Love, Liberation, and Non-Monogomy The difference between Non-Monogomy from Polyamory What made her want to try a polyamorous relationship The key insights her teacher, a Buddhist monk, helped her realize about her attachment tendencies What it means to have compassion with boundaries Her surprising experience with jealousy and how it encapsulates so many of the things that humans struggle with  When leaning into difficult emotions turns from being helpful to masochism The questions ? What are the symptoms of the love you have in a relationship? How important rest is in the pace of life The difference between intuition and fear Asking will this decision cause more or less suffering? Defining gaslighting How she learned to love herself

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2022-07-27
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Mary O'Malley on How to Fall in Love with You

Mary O?Malley is the author of many books and a speaker and has studied with Patricia Sun, Steven Levine, Jack Kornfield, Pema Chodron, Adyashanti, and more!  Since the early 1980?s she has been writing books, speaking to groups, leading retreats, and working with people all over the world.  

In this episode, Eric and Mary O?Malley discuss how to bring awareness and attention to our heart and learn to fall in love with ourselves.

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Mary O?Malley and I Discuss How to Fall in Love with You and ?

Learning to embrace the difficult makes it lose its power Noticing what is here brings awareness and openness Our minds are a tool for maneuvering reality, but are not reality How our challenges will be our teachers if we let them Understanding that our heart is connected to everything and is the doorway to freedom Her course, ?Falling in Love With You? How your home is your heart The pathways back to YOU What you try to control, controls you One of our core addictions is fixing ourselves The difference between meeting and feeling our feelings How attention heals The importance finding curiosity in your immediate experience

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2022-07-22
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Kute Blackson on The Magic of Surrender

Kute Blackson is an inspirational speaker and transformational teacher. Born in Ghana, West Africa, Kute?s multicultural upbringing as the child of a Japanese mother and a Ghanaian father has spanned four different continents. His unique lineage lay the foundation for his approach to breaking down barriers and unlocking an individual?s true gifts and greatness. He now speaks at countless events around the world, is a member of the Transformational Leadership Council, and was the winner of the 2019 Unity New Thought Walden Award. 

In this episode, Eric and Kute Blackson discuss his book, The Magic of Surrender: Finding the Courage to Let Go.

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Kute Blackson and I Discuss The Magic of Surrender and ?

His book, The Magic of Surrender: Finding the Courage to Let Go The importance of connecting with who we really are underneath the patterns and stories we?ve built as we grow up Is what I believe about myself and what I believe about life fact or a story? The value of a guide or coach to help you see things about yourself that you may not be seeing How all lessons are repeated until learned That meeting ourselves with compassion allows us to let go of outdated coping mechanisms The difference between surrendering and succumbing to our feelings All feelings remain present until fully felt When you take the label off the feeling, it?s an energy and sensation that can be experienced in your body How grief can actually break our hearts open to a new way of being, a new dimension of love and strength  What surrender is and isn?t

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2022-07-20
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Carl Erik Fisher on The History of Addiction

Carl Erik Fisher is an addiction physician, bioethics scholar, and author  He is an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University and also hosts the podcast ?Flourishing After Addiction?

In this episode, Eric and Carl Erik Fisher discuss his book, The Urge:  Our History of Addiction.

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Carl Erik Fisher and I Discuss The History of Addiction and ?

His book,  The Urge:  Our History of Addiction. Recognizing the paradigm of disordered choice in addiction The different approaches to understanding choices for addicts Psychological flexibility and how Society?s categorical views of treatment approaches to addiction Placebo effects in treating addiction The dangers of labeling ?good? drugs and ?bad? drugs Drug policies and why there is no simple formula for treating addiction How addiction is part of the human condition Defining recovery capital Understanding there are many different pathways to recovery The step care model and one size fits all model of recover The spiritual practice that he developed in recovery Knowing that the key to overcoming addiction is to try

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2022-07-15
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Debbie Millman on Why Design Matters

Debbie Millman is a writer, designer, educator, artist, brand consultant and host of the podcast, Design Matters.  Debbie was named one of the most creative people in business by Fast Company Magazine and one of the most influential designers working today by Graphic Design USA.  She is the author of 7 books, including her most recent, Why Design Matters:  Conversations with the World?s Most Creative People

In this episode, Eric and Debbie Millman have an interesting discussion about why design matters in every aspect of your life..

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Debbie Millman and I Discuss Why Design Matters and ?

Her book, Why Design Matters:  Conversations with the World?s Most Creative People Her slow process of shedding shame from her traumatic past Finding her way back to creative work after pursuing security Taking small steps and practicing every day can bring forth hope Design is about intention and decision making about everything Learning to deal with rejection and to perseverance How confidence comes after you do something many times Expecting things to be hard and messy

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2022-07-13
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Christian Jarrett on The Science of Personality

Christian Jarrett is the author, editor or contributor to ten books, spanning psychology, neuroscience, self-help and productivity.  He is recognized as a chartered psychologist and associate fellow of the British Psychological Society. and is the Deputy Editor of Psyche, a global digital magazine that illuminates the human condition through psychology, philosophical understanding and the arts.

Eric and Christian discuss his latest is Be Who You Want: Unlocking The Science of Personality Change.

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Christian Jarrett and I Discuss The Science of Personality and ?

His book,  Be Who You Want: Unlocking The Science of Personality Change How some traits are genetic but don?t entirely influence our personality Deliberate actions can short circuit our innate tendencies How cognitive and physical exercise builds confidence and encourages open mindedness The link between mood and personality Defining mood as the temporary state of how you feel How extroversion and introversion personalities are affected by habit The 5 main traits of personality:  openness to experience, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness, neuroticism The maturity principle and how personality traits change as we age How those who are more open and resilient are less prone to dementia Social investment theory refers to how the roles we take on in life shape our personality Will power and the ego depletion theory The importance of being realistic and honest with ourselves when wanting to change

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2022-07-08
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Martha Beck on The Path to Your True Self

Martha Beck is a bestselling author, life coach, and speaker who specializes in helping individuals and groups achieve greater levels of personal and professional success. She is the author of nine nonfiction books and one novel, and has been a longtime contributor to O, The Oprah Magazine.  Her most recent book is The Way of Integrity:  Finding the Path to Your True Self 

Eric and Martha discuss how to live in integrity and find the path to your true self.

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Martha Beck and I Discuss The Path to Your True Self and ?

Her book, The Way of Integrity:  Finding the Path to Your True Self\ How what we often want is influenced by our culture Asking ourselves what we yearn for as opposed to what you want The repetitive cycle of thoughts that cause fear How our culture reinforces the fear  Learning to move from fear to curiosity How humor and using your senses can turn down our fear The dilemma of when our nature conflicts with our culture Psychological suffering comes from the thoughts we choose to believe Why suffering is needed to make us pay attention and can actually be our ally Understanding that we have different ?internal parts? that make up our whole self (Ref. to Richard Schwartz?s Internal Family Systems Her New Year?s resolution to not lie for a year and the healing that she found Navigating her way out of the Mormon religion How switching our identity to a material self to a limitless state of being brings joy Learning to imagine the good that will come from facing our discomfort The power of small, incremental, and repetitive actions to change your life

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2022-07-06
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Oliver James on Breath and Body Work Practices

Oliver James is a body-led psychotherapist and breathworker known for integrating breath, movement, and body work to support personal transformation and self exploration.

Eric and Oliver discuss his book, 21 Breaths:  Breathing Techniques to Change Your Life

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Oliver James and I Discuss Breath and Body Work Practices and ?

His book,  21 Breaths:  Breathing Techniques to Change Your Life Defining body led psychotherapy and how it connects breath and movement How our bodies hold trauma and stress Discovering a practice that works for you The importance of patience and slowing down Learning to notice discomfort and remembering to practice breathwork His trademarked ?Geometric Breathing? of visualizing shapes as you breathe The importance of nose breathing as opposed to mouth breathing

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2022-07-01
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Michael Unbroken on How to Overcome Childhood Trauma

Michael Unbroken is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, coach, speaker, and advocate for survivors of childhood trauma.  He is the host of The Think Unbroken Podcast that features experts, researchers, psychologists, therapists, and change-makers in the trauma and CPTSD healing space.

In this episode, Eric and Michael discuss his book, Think Unbroken:  Understanding and Overcoming Childhood Trauma,

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Michael Unbroken and I Discuss How to Overcome Childhood Trauma and ?

His book, Think Unbroken:  Understanding and Overcoming Childhood Trauma, The day he decided to change his life and stop being the victim Taking radical responsibility for who you are and your choices How it takes doing difficult things to build confidence When he realized he was letting himself down just as others had let him down The greatest tool to have is the mindset of no excuses, just results Learning to discover your identity after childhood trauma The importance of writing down who you want to be Gaining clarity on your values guides your choices Challenging the narrative of who you believe you are His willingness to try the many tools and modalities to see what worked for him  The benefits of hiring a coach in addition to therapy The power of finding and being part of a community Being kind to ourselves and learning from our mistakes

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2022-06-29
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Lauren Zander on How to Work with Your Inner Dialogue

Lauren Zander is a life coach, university lecturer, public speaker and co-founder and chairwoman of The Handel Group. Her book, Maybe It?s You: Cut the Crap. Face Your Fears. Love Your Life, is what she and Eric discuss in this episode. Lauren has an incredibly useful approach to uncovering your limiting inner dialogue so that you can truly catapult yourself forward in life. 

In this episode, Eric and Lauren discuss several strategies to work with your inner dialogue.

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Lauren Zander and I Discuss How to Work with Your Inner Dialogue and ?

Her book, Maybe It?s You: Cut the Crap. Face Your Fears. Love Your Life. Getting conscious of the unconscious parts of yourself Her life-changing moment at 19 How much of what is plaguing us is our inner dialogue Recognizing the strategist in your head How over 80% of our thoughts are negative and are on repeat The chicken, the brat, and the weather reporter within us How your linneage, beliefs and theories create our inner dialogue Steps to managing thought patterns Learning to make and keep promises to yourself Giving ourselves consequences to change our behavior How helpful having an accountability partner is

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2022-06-24
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David Whyte on The Art of Poetry and Prose

David Whyte is a poet and author who also leads the Many Rivers Organization and Invitas, the Institute for Conversational Leadership, which he founded in 2014. David is the author of many poetry collection and prose books, including his newest book, Still Possible

In this episode, Eric and David discuss several of David?s beautiful poems from his latest collection, as well as some of his older work.

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David Whyte and I Discuss The Art of Poetry and Prose and?

His book, Still Possible His poem, Your Prayer The metaphor of a doorway, and how it can be a barrier or an opening in your life Beautiful forgetting and how we can get out of and then into ourselves How depression is a form of stuckness Asking yourself how invitational you are to the people in your life His book, The Three Marriages How poetry is the art of saying things you didn?t know you knew His poem, The Road to Santiago How our reluctances are doorways to connection to other people Anxiety and how it is a kind of staticness How not knowing is great intimacy The importance of silence and rest

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2022-06-22
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Radhule Weininger on Heart Medicine to Find Peace and Freedom

Radhule Weininger, MD, PHD, is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, and meditation teacher. She leads meditation groups in Santa Barbara and retreats globally, at La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, Spirit Rock, Insight LA, the Esalen Institute, and the Garrison Institute. She is the author of HeartMedicine: How to Stop Painful Patterns and Find Peace and Freedom.

In this episode, Eric and Radhule discuss psychological and spiritual healing of LRPPs (Long-standing Recurrent Painful Patterns that stem from trauma.

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Radhule Weininger and I Discuss Heart Medicine and How to Find Peace and Freedom and...

Her book, HeartMedicine: How to Stop Painful Patterns and Find Peace and Freedom. "LRPP's" Long-standing Recurrent Painful Patterns of hurt. How LRPPs often originate from trauma in our past Understanding that there are no shortcuts to healing, it takes constant tending How LRPPs can also find meaning and purpose in our lives The obsessive and habitual components of LRPPs Learning to tap into the different types of awareness Psychological and spiritual healing and how they go hand in hand The steps to begin healing our LRPPs Finding a self compassion practice and making it a new habit Allowing mystery into the healing process How our heart can become the doorway to the great mystery

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2022-06-17
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Richard Schwartz on Internal Family Systems

Richard Schwartz began his career as a systemic family therapist and an academic and has developed Internal Family Systems (IFS) in response to clients’ descriptions of various parts within themselves. He focused on the relationships among these parts and noticed that there were systemic patterns to the way they were organized across clients. Dr. Schwartz found that when the clients’ parts felt safe and were allowed to relax, they would spontaneously experience the qualities of confidence, openness, and compassion that he came to call the Self. He also found that when in that state of Self, clients would know how to heal their parts. Richard is a featured speaker for national professional organizations and has published many books and over fifty articles about IFS.

In this episode, Eric and Richard discuss his book, No Bad Parts:  Healing Trauma and Restoring Wholeness with the Internal Family Systems Model

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Richard Schwartz and I Discuss Internal Family Systems and…

His book, No Bad Parts:  Healing Trauma and Restoring Wholeness with the Internal Family Systems Model Defining Internal Family Systems (IFS) Understanding that we all have multiple “parts” within us The parallels of family therapy work to internal family systems Identifying the “Self” among our different parts IFS work is trying to understand what burdens each of our parts is carrying How the Self can take an active leadership role over our parts The roles that our parts take on:  exiles, managers, firefighters  How our parts can transform into powerful allies to bring healing Four goals of IFS:  Transforming, Restoring Trust, Bringing Harmony, Becoming more Self The 8 C’s – Creativity, Compassion, Confidence, Clarity, Connectedness, Curiosity, Calm, Courageous Trailheads refers to thought patterns or impulses that lead to the part from where it’s emanating How IFS is a type of spiritual practice in learning to access more of your Self The problems with positive thinking in working with your parts

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2022-06-15
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Meghan O'Rourke on The Challenges of Chronic Illnesses

 

Meghan O’Rourke is a journalist, poet, and New York Times Bestselling author.  Her work often tackles challenging subjects like grief, illness, and more. Her previous books include the best-selling memoir The Long Goodbye, and the acclaimed poetry collections Sun in Days, Once, and Halflife. Meghan is passionate about advocating for those living with chronic illness and is the recipient of Guggenheim Fellowship and many other awards.

Today, Eric and Meghan discuss her book The Invisible Kingdom:  Reimagining Chronic Illness

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Meghan O'Rourke and I Discuss The Challenges of Chronic Illnesses and...

Her book,  The Invisible Kingdom:  Reimagining Chronic Illness Her experiences of illness and various diagnoses The importance of validating a diagnosis of chronic illness How diagnosis is just the small part of chronic illness The common stigma of "invisible" illnesses Her fears of her illnesses being in her head The many complex factors that make up autoimmune illnesses How different bodies will react to diseases in very different ways Her frustrations and problems with conventional medicine The different type of care from alternative medicine practitioners The challenges of functional or alternative medicine The role of emotions and how they interact with physical illness Understanding how expectations can shape our biology How the world responds to those suffering with chronic pain and illness The role of fear and how it accompanies chronic pain and other symptoms What healing from chronic illness actually means

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2022-06-10
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Cory Allen on Mindfulness and Understanding Identity

Cory Allen is a writer, musician, and the creator of the podcast, The Astral Hustle.  He focuses on how to live better with leading experts in mindfulness, neuroscience, and philosophy.  In Cory’s first appearance on the show, he discussed his book Now is the Way.  

Today, Cory and Eric discuss mindfulness, identity, and much more!

In this episode, Eric and Cory Allen discuss

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Cory Allen and I Discuss Mindfulness, Understanding Identity, and…

How we are always reacting to our situations Mistaking our reactions for who we are Understanding our identity and where it comes from What we’re really looking for when we seek material wealth The pull of not feeling satisfied and constantly seeking satisfaction Differentiating our identity and our wanting Overwhelm is what leads to difficulty overwriting our impulses The value of meditation and mindfulness to calm the body The importance of exercise and nourishing the body How exercise and meditation complement each other The power of assertiveness when facing the challenge of change Self discipline is about giving yourself freedom from being controlled His work creating binaural beats and the effects of the vibrational sounds

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2022-06-07
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Sarah Stein Greenberg on Creative Thinking and Action Through Design

Sarah Stein Greenberg is the Executive Director of the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design.  Sarah helps lead the d. school, an interdisciplinary institute at Stanford that nurtures innovators and spreads design thinking.  

In this episode, Eric and Sarah Stein Greenberg discuss her book, Creative Acts for Curious People: How to Think, Create, and Lead in Unconventional Ways.

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Sarah Stein Greenberg and I Discuss Creative Thinking and Action Through Design and…

Her book, Creative Acts for Curious People: How to Think, Create, and Lead in Unconventional Ways. How design includes systems and experiences in both personal and professional realms The importance of tuning in to the emotional needs and signals when addressing problems or issues The curse of knowledge or expertise Keeping an open mind and not jumping to the first solution  Being open to feedback as opposed to seeking validation An important tool in design is seeking feedback early and often Starting with a “beginner’s mind” is critical in design Learning to see things in a new and different way How reflecting on our experiences can unlock new insights  The exercise:  “What?, So What?, Now What?” The practice of blind contour portrait to locate and turn off the inner critic Learning to suspend judgment in the generative process How creative work involves trying new ideas knowing they’re not good “I Like, I Wish” practice allows us to reflect and reframe an experience The “tether” practice includes sitting for 3 hours to observe and record what you’re seeing

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2022-06-03
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Eric Johnson on The Elements of Choice

Eric Johnson is the Director of the Center for Decision Sciences, Columbia Business School at Columbia University.  His research examines the interface between behavior decision research economics and the decisions made by consumers, managers, and their implications for public policy, markets, and marketing.  

In this episode, Eric and Eric Johnson discuss his book, The Elements of Choice: Why the Way We Decide Matters

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Eric Johnson and I Discuss The Elements of Choice and…

His book,  The Elements of Choice: Why the Way We Decide Matters How are choices are influenced Choice architecture is how choices are structured for people How we often don’t realize we are affected by choice architecture “Sludge” is bad nudging or dark patterns of choices A plausible path is making a better choice easier to make How the order of options can affect our decisions The role of memory when it comes to making decisions Screening and how it’s used in choice architecture Default options and how they may affect decisions

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2022-06-01
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The Practices of Daily Life with Dan Millman

Dan Millman is a former world champion gymnast, university coach, martial arts instructor, and college professor.  He is the author of 13 books, including The Way of the Peaceful Warrior which was made into a feature film starring Nick Nolte.  His most recent book written with his daughter Sierra is The Creative Compass:  Writing Your Way from Inspiration to Publication.

 

In this episode, Eric and Dan Millman discuss his book, The Way of the Peaceful Warrior

 

In This Interview, Dan and I Discuss ...

His book, The Way of the Peaceful Warrior How to get moving in the right direction The importance of starting small  The danger of an all-or-nothing mentality How daily life is a practice  Wisdom is gaining insight into the consequence of our actions that guide our life The four purposes of life  How life is like school with lessons to learn The conventional and transcendental realms His book The Creative Compass that he co-wrote with his daughter The importance of trusting the process of your life unfolding

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2022-05-27
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Bayo Akomolafe on Finding a Home

Bayo Akomolafe is a widely celebrated international speaker, post-humanist thinker, poet, teacher, public intellectual, essayist, and the author of two books ? one of which he and Eric discuss in this episode. 

In this episode, Eric and Bayo discuss These Wilds Beyond Our Fences: Letters To My Daughter On Humanity?s Search For Home.

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Bayo Akomolafe and I Discuss Finding a Home and?

His book, These Wilds Beyond Our Fences: Letters To My Daughter On Humanity?s Search For HomeThe most beautiful thing in the world to him right nowHis observations of his young autistic sonThe limitations created when we name somethingThe way insanity is viewed in his Nigerian cultureFinding home in the middle of the mess of lifeHow everything is ?becoming? in every momentWhy he describes himself as a recovering psychologist and a fugitiveThe healing journey

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2022-05-25
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Jonice Webb on Childhood Emotional Neglect

Jonice Webb is the pioneer of Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN)? awareness. She is a licensed psychologist and has enriched and kindled the discussion of this overlooked and under addressed topic by writing the first self-help book dedicated to CEN recovery titled ?Running on Empty: Overcoming Your Childhood Emotional Neglect?

In this episode, Eric and Jonice discuss Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN), how it affects us as adults, and how to heal ourselves.

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Jonice Webb and I Discuss Childhood Emotional Neglect and?

Her book,  ?Running on Empty: Overcoming Your Childhood Emotional Neglect?Defining and understanding what Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN)How it?s not your fault, but it is your responsibility to find healingThe subtle layers of emotional neglect from childhood that we may not rememberCEN isn?t about what parents did, but rather what they didn?t doSymptoms and signs of CEN include discomfort and confusion with feelings and emotionsHer work is trying to get people to reconnect with their feelingsI.A.A.A. ? Identify, Accept, Attribute, Act are the steps to process or deal with a feelingHow writing can be a powerful coping technique when processing emotionsVertical and horizontal questioning The first step to healing is owning and understanding emotional neglectThe Emotional Neglect QuestionnaireLearning to change your relationship with your emotions Applying your newfound skills in your relationshipsThe difference between minimizing and managing your feelingsThe importance of positive self-talk

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2022-05-20
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500th Episode: Feeding Your Good Wolf with Listeners of the Show!

This is our 500th episode (!!!) and to celebrate the milestone, we decided to do something a bit different. In this episode, Eric and Chris reminisce about the very first episode of the show, and then we hear from many listeners of the show! We hear what the parable means to them, stories of their struggle and transformation, and what the show has meant to them. We would not still be doing the show if not for you, our dear listeners, and we thought it would be wonderful to feature you in this special episode. 

Let us know what you think about this special episode ? if you like it, we?d love to do more! 

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2022-05-18
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Caroline Williams on The Science of Movement

Caroline Williams is a science journalist and editor. She?s a consultant for and a regular contributor to New Scientist. Her new work has also appeared in The Guardian, the Boston Globe, BBC Future, and BBC Earth among others.

In this episode, Eric and Caroline discuss her book, Move: How the New Science of Body Movement Can Set Your Mind Free.

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Caroline Williams and I Discuss The Science of Movement and?

Her book,  Move: How the New Science of Body Movement Can Set Your Mind FreeHow moving our bodies can affect the many parameters that affect how we feelMeditation is a way to tune in to our body and how we?re feelingHow our brains were originally meant to inform us how and where to move in the worldHow physical activity positively affects our brains and mental healthInteroception is the sense of the internal state of our bodyThe powerful effects of physical movement on our thoughts and feelingsWalking at a moderate pace turns down the thinking brain and increases creativityHaving a strong core and good posture can improve the way we feelStrength training and its powerful effect on self-esteemThe benefits of dancing Breathwork and how breathing exercises affect the body

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2022-05-13
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Kevin Mitchell on The Genetics of Personality

Kevin Mitchell is an author and an Associate Professor of Genetics and Neuroscience at Trinity College Dublin. His research is aimed at understanding the genetic program specifying the wiring of the brain and its relevance to variation in human faculties. Kevin is also the author of the science blog, Wiring the Brain, and a number of books and publications.

In this episode, Eric and Kevin discuss his book, Innate: How the Wiring of Our Brains Shapes Who We Are.

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Kevin Mitchell and I Discuss the Genetics of Personality and?

His book, Innate: How the Wiring of Our Brains Shapes Who We AreThe missing third component in the Nature vs. Nurture debateInnate Underlying Traits in the Brain: Extroversion, Neuroticism, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, Openness to ExperienceThe relationship between genetics and neurobiologyWhat ?neurons that fire together, wire together? actually meansThe difference between Personality Traits and Character TraitsThe impact of parenting on underlying Personality TraitsHow people differ in the amount of ?free will? that they haveThe connection between genetics and addictionThat we become ourselves throughout lifetime

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Integration of Science and Wisdom with Jeremy Lent

Neuropsychology and the Thinking Mind with Chris Niebauer

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2022-05-11
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Carlin Quinn on Education for Racial Equity

Carlin Quinn is the founder and current director of Education For Racial Equity. She is also a coach, facilitator, therapist, equity consultant to organizations, communities, and individuals interested in dismantling systems of oppression and co-creating cultures of equity, mutual liberation and rooted in compassion and non-violence. 

In this episode, Eric and Carlin discuss her important work in bringing awareness to and helping others to engage in racial equity work.

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Carlin Quinn and I Discuss Education for Racial Equity and?

Understanding internalized and unconscious racismMoving out of our good/bad binary into curiosity keeps us open to learningHow our ignorance of systemic racism is incredibly harmfulThe importance of white people tending to their own trauma and also staying present in racial equity workBecoming aware of what we are triggered by and asking who we become when triggeredHer program with Resmaa Menaken, ?Foundations in Somatic Abolitionism?Defining ?bodies of culture? as identified by ResmaaThe fear and ambivalence in engaging in racial equity workChoosing to engage in equity practices in your life, with your children, and with your friendsThe need for educating ourselves both individually and communally

Carlin Quinn links:

Carlin?s Website

Foundations in Somatic Abolitionism Program

Instagram

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Racialized Trauma with Resmaa Menakem

Deep Transformation with Spring Washam

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2022-05-06
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Massimo Pigliucci on How to Live a Happy Life

Massimo Pigliucci is a Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York, former co-host of the Rationally Speaking Podcast, and former editor in chief for the online magazine Scientia Salon. His research interests include the philosophy of science, the relationship between science and philosophy, the nature of pseudoscience, and the practical philosophy of Stoicism. He?s the author and editor of many books, including the one discussed in this episode: A Field Guide to a Happy Life: 53 Brief Lessons for Living. 

In this episode, Eric and Massimo discuss what Stoicism teaches us about how to live a good and happy life.

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Massimo Pigliucci and I Discuss How to Live a Happy Life and?

His book, A Field Guide to a Happy Life: 53 Brief Lessons for LivingWhat the term Stoicism meansThe Cardinal Virtues of practical wisdom, courage, justice, and temperanceOrigins of the Serenity PrayerHow the judgments we have are ultimately in our controlComing to acceptance with our own death and then continuing on with life in the present momentThe Dichotomy of ControlThe Discipline of Desire and Aversion in StoicismThe most important characteristic of a person in lifePhilosophical Journaling

Massimo Pigliucci links:

Massimo?s Website

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Applied Stoicism with Professor William B. Irvine

Everyday Courage with Ryan Holiday

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2022-05-04
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