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Episode 41: Already Complete with Vivienne Edgecombe

Here's how Vivienne introduces her story: "When I was about to turn 30, I left my marriage (I’d only been married for 15 months - scandalous) and after returning to NZ from Australia where I’d been living, I settled in to my new life. I fell in love with a man much...

Episode 40: Addiction and Health Realisation with Joe Bailey

Joe Bailey is a psychologist and author of some of the most life-changing books I have read. He is also a pioneer of this understanding and has been sharing and teaching since his encounter with Syd Banks in 1980. In today's episode Joe talks about how addictions are...

Episode 39: Living in a Quieter Mind with Dicken Bettinger

Dicken Bettinger is currently my own mentor in this conversation about how all human beings really work. Today we talk about how incredibly simple it is to drop out of our frantic busy thinking, to stop trying to figure life out and how to be at peace no matter what...

Episode 38 – Being Real with Clare Dimond

Who are we really? Pretty much nothing that we believe ourselves to be. But if we are not who we think we are, what's left? And what on earth is the relevance of that to anxiety? Only everything. That's what Clare and I discuss today on today's  podcast as we discuss...

Episode 37 – Insomnia Part One with Jen Lucas

Does insomnia cause anxiety? Does anxiety cause insomnia? I don't care....I just want to SLEEEEEEP! This session started out with Jen sharing her experience of years of insomnia and taking medications and how that all shifted for her. We ended up with Jen coaching me...

Episode 36: Expanding the Comfort Zone with Maryse Godet Copans

Maryse used to experience symptoms of dizziness and extreme early morning anxiety. She would get better then fall back into her symptoms. Over and over again. She shares how she believed herself to have triggers that had to be avoided and the one question she asked...

Episode 35: True Nature with Shannon Cooper

In today's episode I am so pleased to be joined by Shannon Cooper. Shannon was our Head Coach for a large part of last year and returns again to join us again to help deliver some of our coaching programs. She has a wonderful and profound way of describing the...

Episode 32: Wisdom and Wellbeing – with Ian Watson

Ian Watson spent years exploring various techniques and strategies to try and uncover the source of wellbeing before discovering the Principles that lie behind the work that I do, and he does. In this episode we explore how he sees that understanding that thought...

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

This week's podcast has a slightly controversial title but Jacquie's passion is to help people become more human and in this episode we explore what it is that makes us all the same. Here's who this episode is designed for: People who self-harm - that might include...

Episode 30: Dealing with Difficult People with Rudi Kennard

Rudi Kennard is this week's guest on the podcast as we talk about those 'difficult people' that seem to show up in our lives from time to time. We talk about how experiencing a change in our relationship with anyone can be a one-way affair - we needn't actually get...

Episode 29: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with Damian Mark Smyth

In today's episode, Damian Mark Smyth shares his personal journey through Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and what he saw that changed everything for him. There's so much to learn here, whether you experience OCD or not - we all have repetitive thinking that isn't...

Episode 28: A Quiet Mind with John El-Mokadem

"What you're looking for is a quiet mind" - Sydney Banks. When you're struggling with an anxious, panicky experience - it's easy to feel as far as you possibly could be from a quiet mind. Peace. Quiet. Calm.  Where does that come from? What's possible from that space?...

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

Happy New Year to you All! In this episode, James and I share his story. James' anxiety was caused by the traffic noises outside his house. Or so he thought.  Then he saw that the thing that he thought was causing his anxiety wasn't. This is the story of what happened...