How do you find what you are passionate about and transform it in to your life’s work? Jordan Gray has become a world famous writer without any degrees or letters behind his name. He joins me to share his wisdom and experience around finding your unique gift and creating the structure to share your gift with the world.
Robert Kandell is a “tough conversations specialist”. He joins me on the show to discuss how he coaches men to bring a special flavour of honesty to their relationships. His new book is called unHIDDEN: A Book for Men and Those Confused by Them.
In a time where “Toxic Masculinity” is a common term, we need mentors to guide men in understanding how to proceed in a world amidst so much criticism. Phil Teertha Mistlberger provides some direction to guide men who want to engage “the dark side of the masculine” in their own lives, and see it more clearly in others.
Mark Groves joins me to discuss the long lost art of “Holding Space”. You’ve heard the term, but what is it? How does one do it? And why would you want to “hold space”? We dig in to this phenomena and let you know why you’ll want to cultivate this skill, for the health of your relationships.
How does a medical doctor who is also a shaman go about healing physical ailments? How can our genes store trauma which then manifests as physical illness? How does Ayahuasca affect DNA for healing? Joe Tafur is a doctor and a shaman, and he helps us unlock the secrets of how Ayahuasca heals disease at an epi-genetic and emotional level.
You know an addict, and they need help. But how do you help someone who does not want help?
If they are ready to change, how do you support their journey without doing the wrong thing? This podcast answers a few of those questions and helps guide you in the right direction when trying to assist an addict in their recovery.
How do you “be a man” in a society with so many conflicting messages? Why are men ashamed to feel their emotions, yet also shamed for speaking up and trying to help men out of the mess we’re in? How can we get out if this trap? Mark joins me to discuss our version of healing the divide and healing our wounds.
Dr. Gerald Thomas is not only the director of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Cannabis policy at the British Columbia Ministry of Health, but he is also a psychedelic explorer who advocates for the responsible use of plant medicines for the healing of trauma. We dig in to the world of plant medicines and explore possibilities for the healing of our cultural wounds.
Geoff MacKenzie is a dedicated Ashtanga Yogi riding across the country like a wild man. He runs who runs Mysore BC, a practice that is highly disciplined, repetitive, and individual to each person. We talk about his journey in to the Mysore niche of yoga and how it has become a powerful vehicle for personal growth.
Are relationships your biggest trigger? How do we make our relationships last? If you've found yourself unable to hold long term romantic relationships, this episode is for you. Sheleana Aiyana and I discuss the importance of inner work and how to engage that work to improve your romantic relationships.