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 77: Pinpricks of Light with Catherine

Episode 77: Pinpricks of Light with Catherine

In today’s episode, Catherine shares her journey through dizziness and health anxiety – with constant visits to the doctors and panic attacks that made her world smaller and smaller.

First she stopped driving, then she stopped going out of the house altogether.

We talk about how that’s changed for her and discuss:

  • the key insight about thought that Catherine saw for herself
  • how the principles behind this new understanding are not about learning something new – rather seeing how it’s always worked
  • the power of finding out for yourself
  • the relief of letting yourself off the hook and realising you’re heading in the right direction
  • how unhelpful it can be to discuss our anxiety symptoms and stories instead of looking towards mental health and where that lies


Listen below or click here to listen on iTunes or here to listen on Stitcher.



Peace At A Funeral

Peace At A Funeral

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 spent a week contemplating how I’d feel at a funeral that was coming up (like I’d ever be able to look into the future and know), after an elderly person I worked with for years passed away.

I wondered for a week if I’d be able to go. I wondered for a week how I’d cope seeing 30 of my colleagues at once. I spent the majority of the week future planning, future “what if-ing” because in my mind, I had decided that day to day life was pretty straight forward for me now, I don’t get much anxiety and when I do, it really isn’t front page news anymore.

However, my mind had also decided that funerals are a very serious, big deal, they’re negative and scary and something that should be avoided at all costs. Our whole lives we’re taught that death is either something you don’t speak about, or if you have to, it’s always a hard, bad subject. It’s almost like, we’ve been taught death is unnatural. Something to fear.

I made it to the funeral. It’s funny, because I had less anxiety, in fact I don’t think I had any at all, yet I’d spent a week feeling quite anxious beforehand and I wasn’t even there yet (inside out theory in living proof as always). When it came to the burial, a cousin of the man who had passed away said a few words.

She thanked everyone for coming and she explained that he was being buried with his mum, he was constantly asking for his mum, especially towards the end of his life. He wanted her, he wanted to be with her.

She had said he always came to visit the same place he was being buried in now and he would sit under the big tree and talk to his mother. This is what made me emotional, not the service, not the fact that he was “gone”, but the beautiful nature and the beautiful cycle of life itself. How I look at “death” so differently now.

I spent a week worrying, only to have what seemed the most peaceful, beautiful day. I looked around at everyone upset that he had gone. But when I looked down, I saw a person free from earthly pain, finally reunited with the one person he cared most about. His mother. I saw life doing what it does best. I felt pure peace. So I smiled to myself and thought “go and be at peace with her now.” ❤️

Episode 76: Creator with Steve Chandler

Episode 76: Creator with Steve Chandler

In todays’ episode – we take a departure from our normal and instead of talking about anxiety and stress, we’re exploring creativity with author Steve Chandler.

We explore

  • the simple answer to any problem
  • the idea that some of us were not born creative
  • what we can learn from houseplants
  • the two things that are probably missing if you’re not creating what you want to
  • the idea of being on or off your path
  • how to introduce a spiritual understanding to anyone


Listen below or click here to listen on iTunes or here to listen on Stitcher.


You can learn more about Steve Chandler and his work here:

And find his book Creator on Amazon here: