All the Little Peace of Mind Podcast Episodes

All the Little Peace of Mind Podcast Episodes


To make life easier for you, here’s a list of all the current Little Peace of Mind Podcast episodes. Simply click on a title to listen.

Episode 1: A Fresh Look at Anxiety

Episode 2: What if you didn’t have to fix it?

Episode 3: Beyond PTSD with Gail Hooper

Episode 4: Do Less Better with Michael Neil

Episode 5: Health Anxiety with John El-Mokadem

Episode 6: I’m not getting it

Episode 7: Hope with Mary Schiller

Episode 8: Insight as a Lever for Change

Episode 9: “I woke up one morning and it was gone…” with Pete Bailey

Episode 10: Helen’s Story

Episode 11: The Transformation of Eczema and Digestive Problems

Episode 12 – Why You Don’t Have To Feel The Fear and Do It Anyway

Episode 13: Cancer without Fear – with Wendi Saggese

Episode 14: Public Speaking – with Clare Dimond

Episode 15 – Never Broken, Nothing Lacking – with Dr Bill Pettit and Elizabeth Lovius

Episode 16: Are You Afraid To Get Well?

Episode 17: What If All Our Children Understood How The Mind Really Works?

Episode 18: The Simple Way to Big Change with Dr Amy Johnson

Episode 19: How Can We Change a Feeling? With Jill Whalen

Episode 20: Anxiety and Kids with Brooke Wheeldon-Reece

Episode 21: Why does it sometimes get worse before it gets better?

Episode 22: Anxiety and the Menopause with Tania Elfersy

Episode 23: Living Fearlessly with Rachel Henke

Episode 24 – Creating the Impossible with Michael Neill

Episode 25 – Getting Comfortable being Uncomfortable with Dr Aaron Turner

Episode 26: Always Less To Do Than You Think

Episode 27: The Thing You Think Is Scaring You Isn’t

Episode 28: A Quiet Mind with John El-Mokadem

Episode 29: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with Damian Mark Smyth

Episode 30: Dealing with Difficult People with Rudi Kennard

Episode 31: Why We All Self-Harm – with Jacquie Forde

Episode 32: Wisdom and Wellbeing – with Ian Watson

Episode 33 – The Ebb and Flow of the Human Experience – with Wyn Morgan

Episode 34 – Chronic Pain and Physical Disability – with Susan Wheeler-Hall

Episode 35: True Nature with Shannon Cooper

Episode 36: Expanding the Comfort Zone with Maryse Godet Copans

Episode 37 – Insomnia Part One with Jen Lucas

Episode 38 – Being Real with Clare Dimond

Episode 39: Living in a Quieter Mind with Dicken Bettinger

Episode 40: Addiction and Health Realisation with Joe Bailey

Episode 41: Already Complete with Vivienne Edgecombe

Episode 42: Insomnia Part Two with Jen Lucas

Episode 43: The Path to Contentment with Elsie Spittle

Episode 44 – The Waves of Wellbeing with Steve Adair

Episode 45: Becoming Medication-Free with Jamil Hai

Episode 46: How To Share With Impact with Michael Neill

Episode 47: Insomnia Part Three with Jen Lucas

Episode 48: The Source of Transformation – with Barb Patterson

Episode 49: A Little Peace of Mind

Episode 50 – Insight Changes Everything

Episode 51 – What if you didn’t need to get what you think you need to be happy?

Episode 52: Weight, Food and Body Confidence – with Jess Heading

Episode 53: Who We Really Are (A Bit from the Book)

Episode 54: The Ladder of Consciousness with Shannon Cooper

Episode 55: A Little Peace of Mind for Parents and Kids with Julie Brown

Episode 56: FREE: The Inside-Out Guide to Life, Unlimited with Clare Dimond

Episode 57: Life Works Out with Judy Sedgeman

Episode 58: “I no longer consider myself to have anxiety or bipolar disorder any more” with Heidi

Episode 59 – Childhood Trauma with Brooke Wheeldon-Reece

Episode 60 – Confessions of a Control Freak

Episode 61: It’s All Just Sh*t in the Attic – with Shannon Cooper

Episode 62: Weightless with Karen DiMarco

Episode 63: Love & Relationships with Dr George Pransky

Episode 64: Space of Love with Gayle Nobel

Episode 65 – Trying to Control the Uncontrollable – with John El-Mokadem

Episode 66: The Menopause – Part Two – With Tania Elfersy

Episode 67: What if You Are Not Who You Think You Are? With Ankush Jain

Episode 68: How to Deal with the Physical Symptoms – with John El-Mokadem

Episode 69: A Personal Journey Through Anxiety to Freedom with Claire Shutes

Episode 70: Dealing with Difficult Circumstances with Julian Fraser

Episode 71: Sharing What We See with Michael Neill

Episode 72: What if YOU are made of thought? With Clare Dimond

Episode 73: What’s Your Job? With Shannon Cooper

Episode 74: Lighthearted with Rachel

Episode 75: From Anxiety to Freedom with Amie Joof

Episode 76: Creator with Steve Chandler

Episode 77: Pinpricks of Light with Catherine

Episode 78: Exploring Eating Disorders with Rebecca and Bea

Episode 79: I’m Not Cancelling Anything Anymore with Alan Hennessy

Episode 80: Effortless Doing with Vicki

Episode 81: Numbing Anxiety with Alcohol with Annie

Episode 82: Just Play with Nick Bottini

Episode 83: The simplicity of The Principles with Tania Elfersy

Episode 84: Untangling Anxious Thought with Dan Arscott

Episode 85: Freedom From PTSD with Monique Koven

Episode 86: What About Money with Linda Spaanbroek and Angela Mastwijk

Episode 87: Thought Creates Reality with Tania Elfersy

Episode 88: 2020 Insight

Episode 89: Love and Relationships with Rohini Ross

Episode 90: OK No Matter What with Allan Flood

Episode 91: What’s the Worst That Could Happen? With Jacqueline Hollows

Episode 92: Changing the Relationship With Suffering with Nicole Barton

Episode 93: The Differnece Between Describing and Sharing The Principles with Dickin Bettinger

Episode 94: Insomnia with Anna

Episode 95: The Room

Episode 96: Insomnia

Episode 97: Why This is the Last One for a While


“My anxiety was so much better, then it was bad again”

“My anxiety was so much better, then it was bad again”

This post is by our guest blogger and A Little Peace of Mind graduate, Amie Joof.

Here Amie shares her story of change – you can find all the posts in this series here:

I have seen a few different comments/posts which sound something like “at first, my anxiety was so much better, then it was bad again.”

I just wanted you to be open about something..
Somedays, the sun is shining. Somedays, it’s not.
On Wednesday it may be windy, on Friday perhaps not.
This week has been dull, next it might snow.

Sure, if it’s pouring of rain one day, we might not like that, we may feel uncomfortable being soaked! However, another person may be dancing in the rain and splashing in the puddles.

Will the rain last forever? Nope.
Is the rain a natural part of life? Yep.
Is it okay to like the rain on Tuesday and feel like you can’t handle the rain on Wednesday? Yep.

No matter what comes up from one day to the next, one hour to the next, we ALWAYS reset back to our natural default of calm. Peace.

When we accept thought for what it is.

If I think to a time that I feel really anxious, I know that even for a split second I had another thought, maybe a fly in the room caught my attention for a second, during that second, I was back to my default because I was not engaging and believing in the thoughts prior to that.

Yes, we will ALL feel anxious sometimes. It just doesn’t matter. When those hours or days come, let them. We are human beings, we are allowed. You don’t HAVE to feel okay about feeling anxious every time. Some times you can feel totally not okay with it and STILL, that is okay! How incredible is it to know that no matter what we think, believe or do, we’re actually always okay.

Please remember, the goal is not about being able to never feeling anxious again.

My Own Kind Of Normal

My Own Kind Of Normal

This post is by our guest blogger and A Little Peace of Mind graduate, Amie Joof.

Here Amie shares her story of change – you can find all the posts in this series here:


There is a homeless man who sleeps in the high road of my local area. A very nice man, we always say hello when I’m off to work or he’s walking by with some things he’s usually found for the tent he sleeps in. Something told me to stop and speak to him properly today, so I did.

My thoughts about him were always “I feel so sorry for him, I wish there was more I could do, he must be awfully depressed living this way.” So usually, when I see him, I feel a little sad inside and even ashamed for walking past in clean clothes and a coat when he doesn’t have such. 

I decided to get into a conversation with him, I asked him if he knew of the local homeless support charities we have in the area and I told him I’d look up the address for him on my phone and I’d be happy to call them for him and see if they’d help. I told him if he took the right steps perhaps the council could help him and maybe together we could figure something out. Not once did he interrupt me, he just listened and smiled.

Once I’d finished trying to list all of the solutions I could think of, he said to me “I have never been happier than I am now, and I truly mean that. I have my tent, I know a few people that I speak to daily, I have no worries about finances, I make it work, I have no worries about bills, I couldn’t think of anything worse than a home. All of that stress, the responsibility, in fact the council once helped me get a place and I gave it back, it made me miserable, I just wanted to be back in my tent, staying wherever I want to, stress free. I don’t have anything, but that’s when I’m at my happiest.”

I couldn’t believe it, I thought to myself, surely that can’t be true? That’s impossible, that doesn’t even make sense. Then I stopped myself before I opened my mouth and I thought, ah, of course, different thoughts. Different reality. I smiled at this man and without a drop of judgement like I’m sure he was expecting I told him, whatever makes you truly happy. From this day onwards, when I see him, I won’t feel sad, I’ll feel proud of an individual who has seen the “normal” ways of life and decided that, for him, he would stick to his own kind of normal. When I see him now, I see freedom. A man who is truly free.