Episode 106 – Nassim Haramein on Unified field theory – physics, the connected nature of everything and more

A profound scientific researcher, Nassim Haramein has spent over 30 years researching the interrelationships between the sciences in an attempt to understand the polyhedral geometry of space. Initially founding the Resonance Science Foundation (when it was called the Resonance Project Foundation), Haramein became the Director of Research. The foundation as it stands today explores the frontiers of current research in physics, and Haramein’s research findings are fundamental to the field, describing the mechanism of gravity and the information in the space-time manifold. Consequently, Haramein has published many books, spoken at many scientific conferences and his work has even been exhibited in a documentary- The Connected Universe, which explored his discoveries and their implications for future research.

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Episode 105 – Ido Portal on Body Movement Dynamics, Learning/Un-learning, Fear & more

Ido Portal is a movement coach who is obsessed with movement, of all varieties. After embracing Capoeira at the age of 15, an Afro-Brazilian martial art with numerous elements including dance and music, he embarked on a worldwide journey to find a Movement teacher. Not finding one, he resolved to learn all he could from people in other disciplines, learning from them as they learned from him. Now, he runs workshops around the world through his Ido Portal Company and has created a yearly event called “The Movement Camp”, a gathering where movement fans from all areas and disciplines can meet and swap information. specifically, he suggests that the long-term benefits of mindfulness include the reduction of stress, binge-eating and also increased optimism and self-control. This is easily one of the best episodes we’ve ever recorded, don’t miss this one.

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Episode 104 – Dr. Dan Siegel on Stress, Irrational Fears, Mindfulness and more

A Harvard medical graduate with a postgraduate degree in medical education at UCLA, Siegel additionally served at the National Institute of Mental Health as a Research Fellow where he studied relationships and family interactions. An expert in how attachment and relationships influence memory, emotions, and behavior, his research integrates psychological theories of interpersonal neurobiology with mindfulness practice. Siegel asserts the importance of mindfulness in the maintenance of a healthy lifestyle; suggesting that if individuals practice it long-term, it induces a unique state of brain activation, benefiting and transforming the mind in the long-run. Specifically, he suggests that the long-term benefits of mindfulness include the reduction of stress, binge-eating and also increased optimism and self-control.

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Episode 103 – Dean Karnazes on Running Marathons, Mindset, Endurance and more

Dean Karnazes is a Speaker, Bestselling Author, Athlete, and Entrepreneur. TIME magazine named Dean Karnazes as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential People in the World.” Men’s Fitness hailed him as one of the fittest men on the planet. An internationally recognized endurance athlete and NY Times bestselling author, Dean has pushed his body and mind to inconceivable limits. Among his many accomplishments, he has run 350 continuous miles, foregoing sleep for three nights. He’s run across Death Valley in 120-degree temperatures, and he’s run a marathon to the South Pole in negative 40 degrees. On ten different occasions, he’s run a 200-mile relay race solo, racing alongside teams of twelve.

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Episode 102 – Kasper Van Der Meulen on Human Performance, Writing, Teaching and much more

Kasper van der Meulen is a best-selling author, science teacher and lifestyle adventurer. He went from being overweight, burnt out and unhappy, to developing superhuman focus, fitness, and personal freedom. Kasper put himself through numerous experiments and challenges. He optimized his lifestyle, conquered the cold, ran ultra marathons on his bare feet, tested countless diets, read a ton of scientific literature and explored as many esoteric practices he could find. With over ten thousand hours of experience in teaching science, self-mastery and innovation, he decided to demystify and methodize these principles in a fun and bite-sized manner. As a final test of his focus, he wrote his book within 30 days, so that he would have to practice everything he preaches. This is a fantastic episode!

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Episode 101 – Grant Cardone on Mastering the Close, the 10x Formula, Obsession and more

Grant Cardone is an international sales expert, New York Times best-selling author, and radio show host of The Cardone Zone. He has founded three companies: Cardone Enterprises, Cardone Real Estate Holdings, and the Cardone Group. He has shared his sales and business expertise as a motivational speaker and author of five books: Sell to Survive; The Closers Survival Guide; If You’re Not First, You’re Last; The 10X Rule; and Sell or Be Sold.
Cardone is a beast when it comes to all things business. In this conversation, we go toe to toe with one of the most unique personalities in the business today in this in no topic left untouched episode. This conversation made our week, you’ll love it!

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Episode 100 – Brian Brushwood on the Art of Deception, his career in Magic, and Scam School

Brian Brushwood, born January 17, 1975, in Fountain Valley, California, is a well-rounded and successful magician, author, podcaster, lecturer, and comedian. Brian was born in California, but has also lived in Norway, Colorado and Texas, where he currently resides with his wife and 3 children. How does that sound for a fun, fulfilling life? Too good to be true, you say? Well if that’s not enough, Brian is also known for the series Scam School, Podcasts: Weirings, Cordkillers, Night Attack & more, and is the author of six books. If that’s not enough to make you feel as though you’ve got a lot of catching up to do, Brushwood co-hosts a YouTube show called The Modern Rogue and has appeared on national television numerous times including the yummy Food Network, CNN and even The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
We were dropping it from geosynchronous orbit with this one our monster 100th episode. @shwood has been an influencer and KNOWS his craft. This conversation was EASY MODE as time evaporated. You’ll love this one folks!

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Episode 99 – Zach Leary on the everyday Grind, Futurism, Consciousness, Mysticism & so much more

Zach’s work blends his roles as a spiritual aspirant and a futurist into a unique identity. Zach’s spiritual background has it’s roots in being a practitioner of bhakti yoga as taught through many of the Vedantic systems of Northern India, in particular, Neem Karoli Baba as taught by Ram Dass. Through the practice of bhakti yoga, he has found keys that unlock doorways that allow the soul to experience it’s true nature of being eternal, full of knowledge and full of bliss. In addition to bhakti yoga, Zach is influenced by many different methods and traditions of consciousness exploration ranging from trans-humanism to Buddhism and clinical psychology. In this episode we discuss spirituality, breaking out of the grind, cubicle world, spirituality, his relationship with Timothy Leary (his dad). And so much more!

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Episode 98 – Hamilton Morris on Drug Policy, obscure compounds and all things Vice

Hamilton Morris is a chemist, explorer, documentary filmmaker and scientist. He studied anthropology and science at the University of Chicago, and at The New School, a private research university in Lower Manhattan. As a sophomore, he began writing Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia, a monthly column for Vice Magazine. That evolved into a series of articles and documentaries for VBS.tv, an online network founded by filmmaker Spike Jonze, and is now owned by Vice dot com. Vice brought the series to HBO and Viceland TV. He is also the science editor for Vice Magazine, and a Vice correspondent. In this episode we discuss drug policy, esoteric compounds, clandestine labratories, we cover all things vice as we discuss drugs, their potential to help and everything in-between. You’ll love this episode!

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Episode 97 – Dean Radin, Ph.D. on Double Slit Experiments, Consciousness & Parapsychology

Dean Radin, PhD, is the chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS), and has held reign there since 2001. After earning his MS in electrical engineering, and his Ph.D. in psychology in 1979 at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, he’s left a cosmic trail of documented studies in the human consciousness continuum. Radin has authored or co-authored more than 250 peer-reviewed technical and popular articles, appearing in journals ranging from Foundations of Physics & Physics Essays to Psychological Bulletin and Journal of Conscious Studies. He was featured in an August 11, 1996, NYT New York Magazine. In this second episode with Dr. Radin we rail through some heavy science and bring things back around to conscioussness, you’ll love this!

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Episode 96 – Daniele Bolelli – on Discipline, Surviving Challenges & Martial Arts

Daniele Bolelli may have initially gravitated toward the martial arts for the discipline created between mind and body. He excelled to earn a 5th-degree black belt in Kung Foo San Soo, while he built that strong warrior prowess. Little did he know is that one day he would have to call upon all he’d learned to rise to overcome a barrage of major life challenges, and save his soul in the process. In this episode we discuss martial arts, discipline, facing life challenges, how to overcome them and so much more.

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Episode 95 – Laird Hamilton On: Flow State, Mastering Fear & Being in the Now

If you’ve never heard of Laird Hamilton, one might feel compelled to give you the ice-bucket-challenge awakening to clear your brain fog. In his half-plus century on our big, blue, mostly-water planet, Hamilton, 53, has thrived in it as a surfer, innovator, athlete, author, inventor, stuntman, model, producer, TV host, fitness and nutrition guru, coffee connoisseur, husband, father, and adrenalin junkie. If nothing else, he’s known as the surfer to catch the “heaviest wave”, the “Millennium Wave” — Jurassic Peak, in Tahiti’s Teahupo’o (pronuonced “cho-po”) — on August 17, 2000, which is featured in the surf documentary Riding Giants and captured in a front-page picture of Surfer Magazine, February 2001, with the caption, “oh my god…” Laird goes DEEP on what it means to catch some of the biggest waves in the world in this episode. You will be enthralled.

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Episode 94 – Danielle LaPorte – on Empowering yourself, Authenticity, & Success

Danielle Laporte is a titan in the self help industry. Forbes magazine has named LaPorte’s blog one of “The Top 100 Sites For Women” in 2012, calling her “a contrarian self-help guru.” She’s on Oprah’s “Super Soul 100 Leaders,” because, in Oprah’s words, LaPorte’s enterprises are “uniquely connecting the world with a spiritual energy that matters.” Today, Virtuonica, the multi-media publishing company she founded in 2016. White Hot Truth was published by Virtuonica. This conversation goes deep into debunking some self help myths, empowering yourself and your mission and so much more.

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