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73 minutes | a year ago
#182: Jamie Wheal co-author of Stealing Fire
Jamie Wheal is the Executive Director of The Flow Genome Project and leading expert in the neurophysiology of human performance. His work combines a background in expeditionary education, wilderness medicine, and surf rescue, with over a decade of advising high-growth companies on strategy, execution, and leadership. Jamie's coaching ranges from Fortune 500 companies like Cisco, Google, and Nike, to the U.S. Naval War College, and Red Bull. You'll find him speaking on the intersection of science and human potential to diverse, high-performance communities like Young President's Organization, Summit Series, TED, and MaiTai Global. At the Flow Genome Project, he leads a team of the world’s top scientists, athletes, and artists dedicated to mapping the genome of the peak-performance state known as Flow. He lives on the Colorado River with his wife Julie, their two kids Lucas and Emma, and a righteous Golden Retriever named Cassie.
67 minutes | 2 years ago
#181: Shamanism, Plant Medicines & Consciousness w/ Master Shaman Hamilton Souther
Hamilton Souther is a CEO, Master Shaman ofvisionary plant medicines and founder of BlueMorpho Shamanic Ayahuasca and SacredPlant Retreat Center in the Peruvian Amazon(www.bluemorphotours.com). Over the last12 years, Hamilton has meticulously studiedand mapped modern mental illnesses to helpthousands of his clients from around theworld with depression, anxiety, drugaddiction and PTSD.
82 minutes | 2 years ago
#180: Neuropsychology and Floatation Therapy for Anxiety Disorders with Dr. Justin Feinstein and Flux
What is it about floating that makes it such a great therapy for anxiety, depression, PTSD, and other disorders? Dr. Justin Feinstein is one of the leading floatation therapy researchers in the world, and he’s most interested in learning about brain-behavior relationships and how floating can help those with anxiety disorders. We are joined by Dr. Feinstein and Flux, a PhD researcher working with him in the field, to discuss floatation therapy as exposure therapy, the anti-anxiety effects of floating, and what the future of floatation therapy research has in store. Key takeawaysWhat is neuropsychology?Interoception and sensory enhancementExposure therapyThe anti-anxiety effects of floatingDepression is the most disabling condition in the worldWhat is the active ingredient of floating?Future research in floatation therapyResources:Dr. Justin Feinstein at LIBRFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comMindfulMass.orgUse the Promo code Vancouver Real for a 20% discount on a single Float at Float House. Vancouver Real Media Inc.
65 minutes | 2 years ago
#179: The True Self and Aligning to a Higher Octave with Paul Selig and the Guides
What does it mean to know the true self and align to a higher octave? Today we have an amazing return guest, Paul Selig, a psychic medium, clairaudient, and channeler who is also accompanied by the Guides. Tune in to learn about the process of realizing the true self, what it means to release the limitation of the collective that we’ve inherited, and how the divine is in everything. Key takeawaysHow Paul works with the GuidesWho are the Guides and why are they here?Realization is a processAligning to the higher octave The divine in everythingResources:PaulSelig.comFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.orgVancouver Real Media Inc.
70 minutes | 2 years ago
#178: Psychedelics and Transformational Medicine with Dr. Dan Engle
How can spirit plant medicines and psychedelics help us heal? Dr. Dan Engle is back on the show to discuss his experience with plant medicines, healing on multiple levels, and the work he’s doing right now in transformational medicine.Listen to learn about the Lower, Middle, and Upper worlds of Shamanism; how they relate to the psyche and different types of plant medicines; and why integration is so important in the healing process. Key takeawaysA brief discussion on spirit plant medicinesWhat is huachuma? Shamanism and ‘lower, middle, and upper worlds’Dr. Dan’s work at Revival Treatment CentersHow does ketamine help treatment resistant depression?He shares two of his biggest epiphanic experiencesResources:DrDanEngle.comFullSpectrumMedicine.comReviveCenters.comConcussionRepairManual.comFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.orgVancouver Real Media Inc.
63 minutes | 2 years ago
#177: Common Pitfalls for Entrepreneurs and How to Get Past Them with Kieron Sweeney
What does it take to be an entrepreneur and succeed in starting your own business? Kieron Sweeney is “The Strategic Mentor,” and he helps entrepreneurs, small business owners, and executives accelerate their success with proven methods from his own personal experience, wisdom, and knowledge. Listen to learn how to recognize the most common stumbling blocks for entrepreneurs and how you can overcome them to have a successful lifestyle business you’re passionate about and enjoy. Key takeawaysTiming is criticalYou have to be good at sellingOne big problem is undercapitalizationOptimizing work life balance is a struggleVisualization is an important toolAsk for help and find a mentorResources:KieronSweeney.comFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.org
74 minutes | 2 years ago
#176: Reconnecting with Your Inner Self, a Holistic Approach to Health with Udo Erasmus
What is the thirst of the heart and how do we find true fulfillment? Local legend Udo Erasmus is our guest on the show today. He’s been in the health industry for years, he created flaxseed oil in the 80s, he’s written multiple books, and he’s the man behind Udo’s Choice supplements. Tune in to learn what it means to be disconnected, how to find connection again, and how to live your longest, healthiest, happiest life. Key takeaways:Connection and disconnection: what does it mean, how does it happen?The reconnection, bringing the awareness back to its source, is a deliberate processUdo tells the story of his search for meaning and his realization that there was something inside him he wasn’t looking atGood and bad fats, an introductionA holistic approach to healthy living, eating, exercise, and mindfulnessResources:UdoErasmus.comUdosChoice.comFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.org
68 minutes | 2 years ago
#175: Predictions, Trends, and Questions for 2019 with Futurist Nikolas Badminton
Technological advancements are moving faster than ever before. How does this change and affect our lives, our societies, and our world? Nikolas Badminton--Canadian futurist, researcher, and public speaker--is back on the show. So much has happened in the last two years since we last spoke to him, and he’s here to talk about 2019. Listen to learn what kinds of trends we might see this year in the realms of technology and global development and what questions we should be asking to better prepare and inspire positive change. Key takeawaysNikolas has noted five trends and accompanying questions for 2019 that will have a huge impact on the world for the next 20-30 yearsWhy are so many tech titans hitting the national headlines?What’s the smart city conundrum?No government is prepared for the mass automation of certain industriesA changing world means changing the way we teach and learnThe next billion users of any tech system are in AfricaResources:NikolasBadminton.comFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.orgVancouver Real Media Inc.
58 minutes | 2 years ago
#174: Why It’s Okay To Be Angry With Alistair Moes, Angerman
Can anger be a good thing? “We’re supposed to get angry,” says Alistair Moes of Moose Anger Management. It’s when we suppress our emotions, stress, and hurt, that anger becomes a problem, in essence, taking control of our actions and sometimes even our lives.Listen to learn how just a simple, yet essential, mindfulness practice can help us listen to our bodies, increase interoception and empathy, and deal with our shame. Key takeaways:Anger can be constructive, it doesn’t have to be destructivePeople need to become more aware of what’s actually happening in their bodyWe’re not after perfection, we’re after improvementIt’s important that when these emotions hit us, we’re actually aware of themFloatation therapy is a great way to increase awareness and interoceptionResources: AngerMan.ca@mooseangermanagement on InstagramFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.orgVancouver Real Media Inc.
78 minutes | 2 years ago
#173: Flow State and Diving Deep into Personal Growth with Movement Specialist Brian Carew
What is flow state? And how does it help us dive deeper into personal growth?For Brian Carew, movement specialist and yoga instructor, it’s about putting yourself into a very present state. “It applies, outside of physical practice, to life in general. You have to be willing to lean just a little bit into the discomfort.” Listen to learn about Brian’s personal journey into a deeper understanding of himself through movement, how to listen to your intuition, and what having an open relationship has taught him about unconditional love. Key takeawaysYoga and one particular book allowed Brian to see himself for the first timeHe is more focused on dynamic flow of movement rather than static posesA carnivore diet helped him improve his relationship with foodDon’t try to find the “best way,” listen to your intuitionThe brighter you shine as a person, the more you can offer to this worldResources:Brian Carew’s Instagram
62 minutes | 2 years ago
#172: Reintegrating the Body, Mind, Heart, and Soul with Dr. Dan Engle
*note: This podcast was recorded on Skype and we had some technical issues. Please forgive the audio quality. We felt it was still worth releasing because the information in the podcast was good. Please bear with it. “What does it look like to address the whole person on all levels--body, mind, heart, and soul?” Dr. Dan Engle is board certified in psychiatry and neurology and has a passion for helping people heal not only their bodies but also their minds, going deeper and taking a more holistic approach to developing protocols for those in need of physiological and psychological recovery. Listen to learn about the latest in psychedelic medical research and neurologic restoration and recovery, and how we can leverage crisis for transformation.Key takeawaysThe Concussion Repair Manual helps people recover from traumatic brain injuryWe haven’t genetically advanced our neurology to match the accelerated speed of technologyOpening the door for deeper subconscious workCrisis precedes transformationResources: DrDanEngle.comFullSpectrumMedicine.comReviveCenters.comConcussionRepairManual.comFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.org
74 minutes | 2 years ago
#171: Awakening to Your Divine Nature With Paul Selig and the Guides
What is the purpose of existence? What does it mean to align yourself to a higher frequency?Paul Selig is a psychic medium whose work is channeled as dictation from spiritual guides that speak to him with the goal of teaching and shepherding humankind into an awakening of our divine nature or true self. Listen to learn how Paul first gained this ability, how he communicates with the guides, and how their teachings can help you overcome fear and judgement, undergo personal transformation, and learn in a higher way.'Beyond the Known' workshop in Vancouver: http://bit.ly/selig-vbc Key takeawaysPaul’s work as a channeler is like “taking dictation” from the guidesThe guides are teachers here to shepherd us into growthAn overarching theme of the books he channels is the transformation from the small self to the high selfNothing can be claimed unless it’s first a possibilityThe purpose of existence is to realize and know who you areResources:PaulSelig.comFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.orgWizeMonkey.com
68 minutes | 2 years ago
#170: Your Highest Level of Awareness: Teaching Meditation and Yoga with Carolyn Anne Budgell
Why is it so important for teachers of yoga and meditation--or any teachers in the wellness industry--to be in their highest level of awareness? Carolyn Anne Budgell teaches yoga and meditation in Vancouver. In the ten years she’s been teaching, she’s seen the importance of being intentional around what you’re presenting and putting out into the world, and the necessity of doing the inner work. Listen to hear how Carolyn chose the path of becoming a dedicated practitioner and teacher of both yoga and meditation, how it has impacted her life, and what it means to show up and be present for others. Key takeaways:How Carolyn chose the path of teaching meditation and yogaThe importance of being present and attentive with othersSometimes people are just waiting and looking for someone to give them permissionSharing as authentically as possible is so importantJust sit in meditation; don’t have the goal of trying to get clearResources:CarolynAnneBudgell.comFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.orgWizeMonkey.comVancouver Real Media Inc.
80 minutes | 2 years ago
#169: Understanding the Vancouver Housing Market with Steve Saretsky
With the recent volatility in the local Vancouver housing market, what do you need to know and how can you be prepared? Steve Saretsky--real estate agent, Vancouver housing expert, and producer of the Saretsky Report--offers insight on how to monitor the housing market and the importance being aware of market trends on a larger, global scale. Listen to learn what kinds of trends to look for in a market downturn, how to be prepared without panicking, and the benefits of gaining your own understanding of the economy. Key takeawaysSteve produces content with a focus on financial education and a deep understanding of the real estate marketWhat’s happening right now in the Vancouver real estate market?Understanding what causes home prices to riseCanada is one of the most indebted countries in the worldEducation and economic awareness is valuableResources:VanCityCondoGuide.comSteve on TwitterFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.orgWizeMonkey.comUse the promo code 'Vancouver Real' to receive a 20% discount on a single Float!Vancouver Real Media Inc.
78 minutes | 2 years ago
#168: The Granola Girl - Entrepreneurship and Getting Your Message to the World with April Bellia
April Bellia, founder of Granola Girl, understands that community often gathers around food. Her mission is to support women, collaborate, and work together, recognizing those women who are doing amazing things in their community and in the world. Listen to learn about April’s journey from starting small and growing her business into a successful brand with a message. She’s not just making tasty granola, she’s also impacting lives. Key takeawaysThe story of the Granola GirlGetting a women-centric granola brand into stores wasn’t easy in the beginningSupporting women: the message behind the brandEntrepreneurism, self care, and encountering the shadow Resources:Granola GirlAprilMayBellia.comFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.orgWizeMonkey.comUse the promo code 'Vancouver Real' to receive a 20% discount on a Single Float!If you know someone that should be a guest on Vancouver Real, pease send them this form.Stay tuned for our next round of the Life in Motion program starting early 2019!www.vancouverreal.tvVancouver Real Media Inc.
75 minutes | 2 years ago
#167: Loneliness, Isolation, and Healing from Anxiety with Dr. Russell Kennedy, The Anxiety MD
Why are we experiencing an anxiety epidemic? And what can we do about it?Dr. Russell Kennedy is a medical doctor and neuroscientist, and he has suffered from anxiety since he was a child. With his unique background and experience, Dr. Kennedy shares ways to better understand how anxiety affects us and some valuable tips for learning to deal with it in our daily lives. Listen to learn what’s really going on in the brain and the body when you’re experiencing anxiety, and what you can do to pull yourself out of it when it happens to you. Key takeaways:We live in one of the safest times in history, yet we are experiencing an anxiety epidemicMuch of anxiety is related to lonelinessNo one heals aloneStress physiology: what’s happening in the body?Stop thinking and get into feelingResources:Dr-Russ.comFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.orgIf you'd like to apply to be a guest on Vancouver Real, fill out this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf-PK2cpjWXjTk5t5OgEwVKbuNx2dml6YHDNLcN9hKujniLww/viewform Vancouver Real Media Inc.
77 minutes | 2 years ago
#166: Navigating the Relationship Between Parents and Adult Children with Daniel Maté
What happens after raising a child into an adult? What then? Daniel Maté dives deep into the topic of the changing dynamics between parents and adult children and also discusses his new project called Walk With Daniel, something he describes as a mental chiropractic service for getting unstuck.Listen to learn what happens when we align our intentions with our thoughts, and how we can be mindful, compassionate, and curious in all of our relationships. Key takeaways:Walking is a great way to get mentally unstuckDaniel and his father Dr. Gabor Maté are working on a project called Hello Again that focuses on relationships between parents and adult childrenUnderstanding the common patterns and prototypes parents and adult children fall into can help improve relationshipsCompassionate curiosity is a great place to startResources: HelloAgainProject.comWalkWithDaniel.comDanielMate.comMichael MeadeJordan PetersonFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvAndyZaremba.comManTalks.comMindfulMass.org
74 minutes | 2 years ago
#165: Movement, Mindfulness, and Training for Birth with Sarah Jamieson of Moveolution
We train for everything else, why not for giving birth? Sarah Jamieson is the CEO and Movement Coach at Moveolution in Vancouver. Her new women-specific program is helping empower women through the journey of childbirth--all the way from preconception to postpartum recovery.Listen to find out how diet, training, and mindfulness play an important part in the process of giving birth, and learn a helpful tool both men and women can use to incorporate movement into their daily lives. Key takeaways:Preparing for childbirth starts with preconceptionEvery pregnancy is unique and every postpartum is uniqueDiet is a huge factor in creating a healthy environment for carrying a babyThe goal with movement and training is getting ready for birth--not weight loss or aestheticsYou have to prepare your body and your mind for giving birth“Movement snacks” are a good way to get moving during your dayResources: ManTalks.comWiseMonkeyTea.comAndyZaremba.comFloathouse.caVancouverReal.tvMindfulMass.orgMoveolution.comSarah’s Instagram: @mobilityexercises or @moveolutionHosts: Andy ( @andyzaremba IG ) and Mike Zaremba.Sponsored by: Float House - Use the promo code "Vancouver Real" to save 20% off a single Float!Apply to be a guest on VR or recommend someone. Fill out this form or send it to someone you'd like to hear on the show: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf-PK2cpjWXjTk5t5OgEwVKbuNx2dml6YHDNLcN9hKujniLww/viewformwww.vancouverreal.tvVancouver Real Media Inc.
78 minutes | 2 years ago
#164: Coffee Leaf Tea? Max Rivest of Wize Monkey
What is coffee leaf tea? A smooth-tasting infusion made from the leaves of the coffee plant, coffee leaf tea is simple to brew, is light in caffeine, and has a variety of potential health benefits. Max Rivest, co-founder of Wize Monkey, explains how coffee leaf tea solves the problem of the seasonality of coffee production, providing year-round work for coffee farm employees, and why you should add it to your morning routine. Key takeaways:After overdosing on caffeine from coffee, Max Rivest decided to take a break from coffee and discovered coffee leaf teaThe original way to consume the coffee plant in Ethiopia was to drink tea from the leaves rather than roasting the beansThere are many potential health benefits to coffee leaf tea, and it is much lower in caffeine than coffeeCoffee leaf tea is sustainable: it provides a solution to the seasonal nature of the coffee industry because the leaves can be harvested during the off seasonResources: WizeMonkey.comFloathouse.caMindfulMass.orgManTalks.comAndyZaremba.comVancouvereal.tv
69 minutes | 3 years ago
#163: Kundalini Yoga and Self-Healing with Singer-Songwriter and Yoga Teacher Will Blunderfield
Will Blunderfield found his two passions in singing and teaching yoga, and he integrates both of these together beautifully in his kundalini yoga practice. Kundalini yoga is just one powerful tool of many that can bring healing into your life and promote self-love that allows you to “get high on your own supply.” Listen for an introduction to kundalini yoga, the “Yoga of Awareness,” and hear why it’s worth getting past the weirdness to give it a try. Key takeaways:Will’s passion for singing led him to discover a new passion: yogaThrough a dark time in his life, Will found kundalini yoga and began learningKundalini is the “Yoga of Awareness, helping you manage your energy and promoting self-loveThere are fears and misconceptions around the practice of kundalini yogaEveryone can benefit from kundalini; give it a try!Resources:WillBlunderfield.ca The Bi Urban Yogi PodcastFloathouse.caMindfulMass.orgManTalks.comAndyZaremba.comVancouvereal.tvHosts: Andy and Mike ZarembaIf you'd like to apply as a guest on the show visit www.andyzaremba.com and fill out the form.Sponsored by: www.floathouse.ca - Use the promo code 'Vancouverreal' to save 20% on a single Float.www.Vancouverreal.tv Vancouver Real Media Inc.
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