Welcome to the Little Peace of Mind Podcast.

Here you’ll find stories to inspire you from others who have stood in your shoes and found peace of mind.

You’ll find bits from my upcoming book, snippets of live Q&A calls I run with my clients and teachings from some of my favourite teachers and mentors over the years.

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Episode 74: Lighthearted

Episode 74: Lighthearted

This is the final podcast for a little while - with 74 episodes to browse through, you should have plenty to keep you going 🙂 (Edit: - weirdly I created and wrote this post and wrote that last sentence 3 days before this insight - such an example of some kind of...

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

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

Today's podcast is a clip from a recent Little Peace of Mind Q&A call, hosted by our Head Coach, Shannon Cooper. In it she discusses the suffering that can happen when we take on a job that simply isn't ours. So what IS our job? And what really isn't? Listen below...

Episode 71: Sharing What We See with Michael Neill

Episode 71: Sharing What We See with Michael Neill

In today's podcast, Michael Neill and I discuss his new book Supercoach. This is an update to Michael's original book that was released ten years ago to reflect more accurately his current level of understanding about where our experience comes from and how knowing...

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:...

Episode 64: Space of Love with Gayle Nobel

Episode 64: Space of Love with Gayle Nobel

Earlier this year, John El-Mokadem and I ran a training that was helpful to so many people that I wanted to turn it into a podcast to share with you today. In it we discussed: What's the big deal about living in a quieter mind? Why do we think it's so hard to 'get...

Episode 63: Love & Relationships with Dr George Pransky

Episode 63: Love & Relationships with Dr George Pransky

In this week's podcast, I talk with Gayle Nobel about her experience of raising her son Kyle, who has autism. And what ensued was a wonderful rich conversation about what happens when life turns out differently than we had imagined it would do so is conversation...

Episode 62: Weightless with Karen DiMarco

Episode 62: Weightless with Karen DiMarco

Today's guest is Ankush Jain. Ankush had an experience as a child which gave him an idea about who he was, what he was capable of, and what he'd need to overcome to get by in life. For years he lived this as his reality, until he saw who he thought he was was simply...

Episode 60 – Confessions of a Control Freak

Episode 60 – Confessions of a Control Freak

In today's podcast, Shannon Cooper, our Head Coach at A Little Peace of Mind answers the following questions. Beautiful. Can other people make you feel stressed and anxious? What about repetitive, intrusive thoughts? What about avoiding things I'm scared of? Can Mind...

Episode 57: Life Works Out with Judy Sedgeman

Episode 57: Life Works Out with Judy Sedgeman

In today's podcast, you'll hear me talking to Julian Fraser. We cover so much ground, including how Julian went from being angry a huge amount of time to becoming.....well.....the unbelievably gentle person you'll hear on this podcast how he responded initially...

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

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

In today's podcast, you'll hear me talking to Julian Fraser. We cover so much ground, including how Julian went from being angry a huge amount of time to becoming.....well.....the unbelievably gentle person you'll hear on this podcast how he responded initially...

Episode 50 – Insight Changes Everything

Episode 50 – Insight Changes Everything

"I need my panic attacks to go and THEN I'll be happy." "I need to be able to take my kids on holiday this year and THEN I'll be happy." "I need to be able to stop washing my hands obsessively and THEN I'll be happy." "I need my boyfriend to want to live with me and...

Episode 49: A Little Peace of Mind

Episode 49: A Little Peace of Mind

It's HOT here in the UK at the moment and with the shedding of clothes comes the familiar insecurities that can arise about how we look, what we're eating and why the hell we don't just go to the gym more???!!! And for some, issues around weight and food feel more...

Episode 47: Insomnia Part Three with Jen Lucas

Episode 47: Insomnia Part Three with Jen Lucas

In today's episode, Barb Patterson and I discuss the source of transformation. We ask (and answer) the following questions: How DOES change happen? What if we got as curious about mental health as we are about anxiety? What does it mean to 'rise to the occasion' and...

Episode 45: Becoming Medication-Free with Jamil Hai

Episode 45: Becoming Medication-Free with Jamil Hai

In today's episode, Barb Patterson and I discuss the source of transformation. We ask (and answer) the following questions: How DOES change happen? What if we got as curious about mental health as we are about anxiety? What does it mean to 'rise to the occasion' and...

Episode 43: The Path to Contentment with Elsie Spittle

Episode 43: The Path to Contentment with Elsie Spittle

Today's guest is Steve Adair. Steve knows what it means to be a seeker of solutions to human happiness - he studied everything he could get his hands on for years in an attempt to work out how to help his clients suffer less. In this episode we talk about the pitfall...

Episode 42: Insomnia Part Two with Jen Lucas

Episode 42: Insomnia Part Two with Jen Lucas

Today my guest is Elsie Spittle - if you haven't met her yet, you're in for a treat. We talk about Elsie's new book, about the simplicity of enjoying life, the practical nature of wisdom and whether or not we have any control over our thoughts. And if you happen to be...

Episode 41: Already Complete with Vivienne Edgecombe

Episode 41: Already Complete with Vivienne Edgecombe

Today's guest is Steve Adair. Steve knows what it means to be a seeker of solutions to human happiness - he studied everything he could get his hands on for years in an attempt to work out how to help his clients suffer less. In this episode we talk about the pitfall...

Episode 39: Living in a Quieter Mind with Dicken Bettinger

Episode 39: Living in a Quieter Mind with Dicken Bettinger

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 38 – Being Real with Clare Dimond

Episode 38 – Being Real with Clare Dimond

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 37 – Insomnia Part One with Jen Lucas

Episode 37 – Insomnia Part One with Jen Lucas

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 35: True Nature with Shannon Cooper

Episode 35: True Nature with Shannon Cooper

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 32: Wisdom and Wellbeing – with Ian Watson

Episode 32: Wisdom and Wellbeing – with Ian Watson

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

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

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 28: A Quiet Mind with John El-Mokadem

Episode 28: A Quiet Mind with John El-Mokadem

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

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

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 26: Always Less To Do Than You Think

Episode 26: Always Less To Do Than You Think

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...

Episode 25 – Getting Comfortable being Uncomfortable

Episode 25 – Getting Comfortable being Uncomfortable

"What do I have to do to GET this so it makes a difference to my anxiety today?" is a question I'm often asked. My answer is always - "Less than you might think". Today's podcast is a short snippet of a coaching conversation with a client as we discuss what it takes...

Episode 23: Living Fearlessly with Rachel Henke

Episode 23: Living Fearlessly with Rachel Henke

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 22: Anxiety and the Menopause with Tania Elfersy

Episode 22: Anxiety and the Menopause with Tania Elfersy

Dr Aaron Turner has been a mentor of mine for many years and I've had the privilege work alongside him closely as I've created A Little Peace of Mind this year. And he knows a thing or two about anxiety. In this episode Aaron shares his own journey through anxiety...

Episode 20: Anxiety and Kids with Brooke Wheeldon-Reece

Episode 20: Anxiety and Kids with Brooke Wheeldon-Reece

Today's guest is Judy Sedgeman, one of the early pioneers of the Three Principles understanding. She shares with us her experience of unexpectedly bumping into the work of Dr Bill Petit, meeting Syd Banks and how her journey through learning and teaching the...

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

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

A lot of people reach out to me to share their concern about their children who are experiencing anxiety. I've had my own experience through this journey with my son, but for this podcast I decided to call in the expert: Brooke Wheeldon-Reece. So what exactly do you...

Episode 16: Are You Afraid To Get Well?

Episode 16: Are You Afraid To Get Well?

Today's guest is Judy Sedgeman, one of the early pioneers of the Three Principles understanding. She shares with us her experience of unexpectedly bumping into the work of Dr Bill Petit, meeting Syd Banks and how her journey through learning and teaching the...

Episode 14: Public Speaking – with Clare Dimond

Episode 14: Public Speaking – with Clare Dimond

When we're up to something in the world, it can sometimes feel like our fears hold us back. Whether it's writing a book, starting a business, creating a wonderful family or home or travelling the globe - what could be possible for us if we were truly fearless. In this...

Episode 13: Cancer without Fear – with Wendi Saggese

Episode 13: Cancer without Fear – with Wendi Saggese

In today's podcast get ready for a deep dive into something that's been a complete eye-opener for me over the past couple of months. I had seen it's all thought. My bank account, my kids, my career, the trees and the weather. I had never really considered that it also...

Episode 10: Helen’s Story

Episode 10: Helen’s Story

Today's guest is Judy Sedgeman, one of the early pioneers of the Three Principles understanding. She shares with us her experience of unexpectedly bumping into the work of Dr Bill Petit, meeting Syd Banks and how her journey through learning and teaching the...

Episode 8: Insight as a Lever for Change

Episode 8: Insight as a Lever for Change

When we're up to something in the world, it can sometimes feel like our fears hold us back. Whether it's writing a book, starting a business, creating a wonderful family or home or travelling the globe - what could be possible for us if we were truly fearless. In this...

Episode 7: Hope with Mary Schiller

Episode 7: Hope with Mary Schiller

In this episode, John El-Mokadem and I talk about how we attempt to change our behaviours through willpower and being determined. And usually fail. So if you're trying to 'make yourself' go out and about every day or 'stop yourself' drinking wine every night in an...

Episode 6: I’m not getting it

Episode 6: I’m not getting it

In today's episode, Mary Schiller shares with me her experiences of being up against some of the worst circumstances a woman could imagine - rape and domestic violence. Now you might think that those circumstances are BOUND to make you feel a certain way. Her story of...

Episode 5: Health Anxiety with John El-Mokadem

Episode 5: Health Anxiety with John El-Mokadem

Earlier this year, John El-Mokadem and I were both putting together programs that were free for people to join - I was running a pilot program for people with anxiety and John and his colleague Karen were running a study to research the impact of an understanding of...

Episode 4: Do Less Better with Michael Neil

Episode 4: Do Less Better with Michael Neil

Bonita Rayner-Jones joins me as today's guest. Bonita has been a long-time sufferer from eczema and digestive problems - often associated with anxiety - and in this episode she shares how her understanding of the Principles moved her from not being able to go out and...

Episode 3: Beyond PTSD with Gail Hooper

Episode 3: Beyond PTSD with Gail Hooper

Sometimes we hear stories of massive instant transformation as people stumble across this understanding, but for most of us it can be a gentle, incremental transition. Helen's is one such story. Everything unfolding little by little, then one day there was a simple...

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

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

In today's episode Pete Bailey and I talk about his journey through depression and anxiety. "I woke up the next morning and it was just gone." The simplicity of this understanding is profound. Click here to listen on iTunes. Click here to listen on Stitcher.  ...

Episode 1: A Fresh Look at Anxiety

Episode 1: A Fresh Look at Anxiety

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...