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 87 – Thought Creates Reality with Tania Elfersy

Episode 87 – Thought Creates Reality with Tania Elfersy

In today’s podcast, you’ll hear a snippet from one of our Monday Q&A calls that form a part of our Little Peace of Mind programs.

Tania (our in-house Little Peace of Mind coach) shares three simple stories of how thought creates reality – which is then experienced as if it’s true.

Q- Where are you doing this?

A – Only everywhere.


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

To see and hear more from Tania, please check out the links below:

If you’d like to work on a 1-2-1 basis with Tania, see here for more details of her private coaching:

If you’d like to listen to Tania’s other podcasts, they are available here:


Episode 86: What About Money? With Linda Spaanbroek and Angela Mastwijk

Episode 86: What About Money? With Linda Spaanbroek and Angela Mastwijk

In today’s podcast we tackle the thorny-for-many subject of money.

What is it about this made-up idea that means it doesn’t look made up at all?

Why is it so important to so many of us?

And what happens when it isn’t?

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


Angela’s book:

Angela and Linda website:



Day At The Museum

Day At The Museum

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:


Today I woke up and thought about doing something before I go back to work tomorrow, now that I’m not limited to where I go I have so much fun picking places I’ve never been or places I couldn’t re-visit due to not being able to leave my house before this programme. 

I decided on the British history museum, which means a 1 hour drive, traffic, a maze like environment and hundreds of people. Before I genuinely would have laughed if anyone suggested this, I wouldn’t of even tried. Today, I can go and have no thinking about going. 

Before I left the house my brother made a comment to me. He said “I’m not surprised museums are free, I couldn’t think of anything more boring.” I wanted to be quite rude to him, admittedly. Instead I stopped and said “that’s just your thoughts about the museum, you love constantly going to go-karting and I couldn’t think of anything more boring, driving around in circles for an hour, but then again they’re just my thoughts!” (I was quite proud of myself for that one) 

When I got to the museum entrance there was a tunnel tent like thing outside. Everyone had to have their bags searched. I started thinking about how anxious I used to be when I visited my brother in prison growing up and how much I would shake when I was being searched and had sniffer dogs surrounding me. The thought of this caused a knot in my stomach. Not the event itself of course, because that wasn’t even happening today. Anyway, I got my things searched and went in. Within minutes those thoughts dropped and I was amazed by everything I was seeing, statues, mummies, old coins and jewellery. 

I was taking pictures, reading and learning and smiling to myself, simply because my life is expending more and more. 

When I went into the Egyptian section it was hugely popular and packed. It was also extremely dark because some of the displays were slightly lit. Being in the dark, surrounded by loads of people and a long walk to the nearest exit started to make me feel slightly uncomfortable. I felt myself looking around occasionally to make sure I knew where the exit was. I knew I felt anxious, but I knew I was okay. That feeling is SO relieving. Because in the past I genuinely never knew I could be both anxious and okay, so I’d totally freak out. But once I learned it’s ALL okay and I have FULL permission for anything that makes sense to me in the moment, all of that fell away.

I thought to myself, “I’m slightly anxious and uncomfortable but I’m okay” and I stayed. I stayed for another 35 minutes looking around, knowing if I wanted to leave it meant nothing about me, it didn’t mean “oh no I’m ill again” or “That’s it I’ve completely failed today” which are thoughts I used to have if I was anxious anywhere. Instead, I thought, I’m anxious, excited, intrigued, uncomfortable, happy all at once. Just being a human and feeling whatever I’m feeling and not adding unnecessary stories along with it. 

Wanting to be able to go wherever I want without feeling anxious ever again is a goal that led me to suffer in the past, because I was setting myself up to fail. I wanted to completely erase a normal human emotion from my life. Now, I’m fine with being anxious, upset, happy, angry, low. Because it comes and it goes and it has nothing to do with me.