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67 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
Dr Jared Cooney Horvath: Our Perceptions become our reality
Jared is a super engaging and animated presenter who articulates his ideas clearly. In the episode we discuss: - How people learn, or “recode” their brains. Understanding this can help you learn more effectively - Our perceptions of what reality should be actually effect how we see reality - If faith is valid - Where our consciousness is Really enjoyed recording this episode! To purchase Jared's book "Stop Talking, Start Influencing" click the following link: https://amzn.to/2TrizPB
69 minutes | Dec 21, 2018
#13 - Dr Tony Robinson: Rites of passage in adolescent's; how to overcome challenging situations; and values of capitalism
Dr Tony Robinson was involved in founding the year 9 "Learning 4 Life" program at Gilson College, which attempts to create a "rite of passage" type experience for the students. The non-traditional strategies used in the program have been shown to build resilience, responsibility and respect in the participants. We also discuss the "hard" truths we must come to terms with in life that help us overcome challenges. And the values of capitalism which hinder community and selflessness. Book referenced: Adam's Return - by Richard Rohr
56 minutes | Dec 17, 2018
#12 - Peter Schuller: Finding a selfless purpose, mindfulness and nutrition
Peter is a teacher at the school I work at. We often have deep philosophical conversations, and this is one of them. We discuss finding a purpose that is not focused on the self, and how he found that in his life. Additionally, dealing with anxiety in your life through meditative practices such as prayer and mindfulness; Allowing yourself to be guided by the moral compass within; and finally nutrition. Why it's important to watch what we consume.
40 minutes | Dec 3, 2018
#11 - Reflections from an 8 day hiking expedition - by Year 9 Students
During November the entire year 9 cohort at Gilson College was involved in an 8 day hiking expedition in the Bogong High Plains, Victoria, Australia. This episode contains reflections on the journey from a number of students who were eager to participate in the episode. They share memorable stories from the week, what they've learnt on the hike about themselves, and how the experience has shaped them and helped develop their character. There are some profound insights in there!
43 minutes | Sep 24, 2018
#10 - Do year 9 students actually enjoy serving?
The year 9 students at my work participate in a service camp for two weeks. This episode is a debrief on the bus trip on the way home. The students offer insight into their perspective on service; reflect on what they learnt about sustainability and production; discuss good memories of the camp; and just general banter.
47 minutes | Sep 3, 2018
#9 - Kris Frauenfelder: Choose your pain - Taking the harder option often pays off
Kris Fraunfelder discusses his work in the Outdoor Education industry and what being present in the outdoors can teach us about life. We discuss choosing risks and painful experiences and how this develops character. Apologies for the inferior sound quality this week.
63 minutes | Aug 27, 2018
#8 - Simon Gigliotti: Work ethic, rest, good news, and why institutions can hinder vision
Simon Gigliotti is the Associate Youth Director of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Victoria. We reflect on our years of studying together and discuss having a positive work ethic whilst living a balanced life with enough rest time. We also discuss his role, and how he sees his mission in the world. Finally, we look at how institutions can hinder vision and mission, and how its possible for organisations to stay true to their purpose
59 minutes | Aug 14, 2018
#7 - Josh Newbegin: So, yeah. Awkwardness, shame and how to live without it
Josh Newbegin and I discuss awkdwardness. so yeah Also, shame, how to live life without shame and awkwardness, and his van.
43 minutes | Aug 7, 2018
#6 - Leathan Fitzpatrick and Josh Stothers: Pastor buddies
This episode is a discussion with Leathan Fitzpatrick and Josh Stothers, both of whom I studied a bachelor of theology/ministry with. We talk about what life looks like as a pastor, and have a general chat about faith and why it's beneficial to society.
42 minutes | Jul 30, 2018
#5 - Kristen Olson: Done = more (finishing what you start)
Kristen Olson discusses creativity and how she's able to overcome disruptions in the creative flow by crocheting. "Find your crocheting."
53 minutes | Jul 23, 2018
#4 - Catherine Moala: Handling anxiety, humanity and macarons
Catherine Moala is a profound guest who talks to us about living with anxiety, travel experiences, systemic racism, humanity in everyone and macarons
32 minutes | Jul 16, 2018
#3 - Why Jess Shipton keeps on smiling
Jess encourages us to "smile without reason" through her blog and happy personality. Jess's blog - http://www.smilewithoutreason.com
40 minutes | Jul 9, 2018
#2 - Wes Hendricks: Art is everywhere
This episode is a discussion about art with Wes Hendricks who created the amazing podcast artwork you see above. Art is all around us and everyone has the ability to create something valuable, so pick up your pen and create!
44 minutes | Jul 3, 2018
#1 - Would Bentley Fulcher get a robotic arm?
I talk to Bentley Fulcher about the direction of the pharmaceutical industry, the ethics of cell manipulation, robotic arms and the Football World Cup.
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