Military veterans are committing suicide at a rate of over 22 soldiers every day. Mikal Vega is a retired Navy Seal veteran who treated his own post traumatic stress with a combination of yoga, breath work, floatation, and TBI recovery modalities. He now works with veterans across the nation with his organization VitalWarrior.org. We all have stress and trauma in our lives, and this podcast provides actionable advice on how to move past that and reach our creative potential.
Steven Kotler, bestselling author of The Rise of Superman, stops by to teach us how to get our fix of the most addictive drug in the world: Flow state. Being in the zone is estimated to improve performance by upwards of 500%. This podcast is full of hacks that include many of the triggers necessary to stimulate this much coveted brain state, and explains the risks and benefits of riding the cycle of flow.
The podcast with my spiritual brother Duncan Trussell begins with one question. "What were you doing before you were born?" We didn't get a chance for another question. The discussion ranged from reincarnation, to the remedy for suffering, and finally the coming awakening. This is a Warrior Poet Project not to be missed.
Two homies, hungover on a Saturday morning, start with some personal banter about sex, before exploring our own transformational journeys that are the driving force behind our inspiration and motivation. Truly a podcast only possible with the legend himself, Jason Ellis.
In this epic drop-in to the studio, Jermaine Andre´, a true warrior poet in every sense of the word, tells his amazing story of incarceration, transformation, bushido, and the road to the Martial Arts Hall of Fame.
A Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt, and accomplished podcaster, Nic quickly reverses my role as host and puts me on the spot with some personal questions about monogamy, ayahuasca, and entrepreneurship.
My jungle brother Mitch Schultz (director of DMT: The Spirit Molecule) stops by to talk about our new feature documentary Huachuma Huachuma and the diffusion of psychedelic medicine in our culture.
In this inspiring discussion with my good friend, author Christine Hassler, @ChristinHassler we talk about the practical strategies for managing "Expectation Hangover", and the challenges we have the opportunity to overcome.
Without a hint of foreplay, we go deep into the gaping heart chakra of my man Cory Allen, finding out why Ayahuasca told him he no longer needed to be a vegetarian, and other trifles– like what the source code of the universe looks like. Dare I say it might even be the best Cory Allen podcast to date?
Wanna know when you can legally smoke some reefer in your state? Cheyanne Weldon, the director of the Austin chapter of NORML, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws stops by to talk all things weed. And just to ruffle more feathers, we even squeeze in a little controversial discussion about the superfluity of cemeteries!