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64 minutes | Dec 4, 2020
Interview with Dr Andy Barlow Author of "License to Heal -What to do when traditional medicine has failed"
Dr. Andy Barlow DC is a chiropractor, functional medicine doctor, and neurological specialist who earned his diplomate and completed a fellowship through the elite Carrick Institute and has since taught hundreds of doctors from around the world this life-changing material. At his clinic in Tupelo, Mississippi, he specializes in helping people that traditional medicine has failed. With his characteristic wit and emphasis on taking personal responsibility for your health, take this life-changing journey with Dr. Barlow as he teaches you the 7 Keys to Health and helps you untangle your web of chronic dysfunction. http://licensetohealbook.com
49 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
The Benefits of Controlled Breathing on body and minds well being.
My conversation with, former NFL Player and Stanford University Graduate Kailee Wong about Breathing YES, breathing. Our breath is what keeps us here. It’s what can take us back to the present moment. It keeps our bodies working. When we breathe, we send oxygen to every little cell in our body, keeping them working and expelling carbon dioxide. Breathing is the first thing we do when we're born and the last thing we do before we die. Kailee breaks it down in simple terms.
53 minutes | Dec 6, 2019
UNCOVERING THE TRUTH BEHIND YOUR CHILD MENTAL STRUGGLES
Great conversation with DR. TONY DERAMUS, DC, CCSP where he answers the question. What if you could eliminate or reduce chronic neurological conditions just by watching a movie or listening to music? It may sound too good to be true, but with the rise of computer technology, combined with decades of research in understanding brainwaves and how they affect your health, it is now possible to “fix” brainwaves and affect the way the body functions. So tune-in and find out.
33 minutes | Dec 3, 2019
5 Interesting Facts about Concussions and brain injuries
Parents you'll want to tune into this episode, were I explore interesting facts you may not have known about brain injuries, with world-renown expert Dr. Joseph Schneider We talk about how a head injury that isn’t treated could derail your brain causing it not to develop properly, leading to long-term problems. Ever felt like your kid's personality changed overnight or your teen had unexplained anger outburst. It could be due to brain Trama. We talk this an more...
39 minutes | Sep 6, 2019
Why the Brain needs to find meaning in everything
The brain searches for meaning in order to be able to develop a strategy of behaviors to achieve the target suggested by the meaning. The brain is basically a machine to manage survival tasks, Frank and I discuss this and much much more.
40 minutes | Aug 29, 2019
The Science behind Six Degrees of Separation
Most of us are familiar with the concept of six degrees of separation - the idea is that anyone on the planet can be connected to anyone else in just six steps. So through just five other people, you're effectively connected to the Queen of England, Tom Cruise, or even a Mongolian sheepherder. But is there actually any science to back up this commonly cited theory? This is what Frank and I explore on this episode.
44 minutes | Aug 23, 2019
The power of the placebo effect in everyday life
Randall and Frank talk about the phenomenon in which people experience relief from symptoms after a fake treatment is called the placebo effect, and it is well known in the medical world. According to the rules of evidence-based medicine, these improvements are worthless. Might the placebo effect have real life value? Can a simple belief in something have the power to improve a situation?
45 minutes | Aug 1, 2019
How Millennials see and feel the world
SPECIAL EPISODE: Frank shares a candid conversation with Diego Chapa an up and coming creator and self-professed Millennials that shares how he sees and feels the world.
26 minutes | Jul 25, 2019
How your brain Hungers Certainty
Special Episode: Randall explores his insight into the understanding of the brains need for certainty. He shares helpful tips to understanding when the brain detects something is wrong, and how our ability to focus on other issues diminishes. Our brain doesn't like uncertainty - it's like a type of pain, something to be avoided. Certainty, on the other hand, feels rewarding, and we tend to steer toward it, even when it might be better for us to remain uncertain.
38 minutes | Jul 16, 2019
Are men and women wired differently
This episode Frank and explore how men and women's brains are connected in different ways which may explain why the sexes excel at certain tasks. We talk life as a flight attendant, being open-minded and intentions.
33 minutes | Jul 13, 2019
Why Our Thoughts Aren't Real
Frank and I discuss how everything going on in your mind -- every thought, feeling, sensation, everything you are aware of -- is, in fact, happening only in your private internal world? We are all in our own separate theaters, witnessing entirely different shows, and yet we behave as if we are in the same audience, watching the very same event we call life. Strap yourself in for a great discussion.
3 minutes | Jun 20, 2019
Mind Theory Introduction
Mind Theory is a show where we explore both the conscious and unconscious mind and why we do the things we do. In each episode, we share ideas and stories we’ve learned in the real world, and how reasoning, biases, judgments, and decision-making can shape and transform our lives. Ultimately, the goal is to give people a different perspective that just might open their minds and let doubt out.
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