You're here because you love travel. You know what, man? I get it. Maybe you're mid-travel right now- on a bus in Vietnam, or maybe you've just come back from Argentina and you miss the freedom? Either way, seasons 1-5 will give you stories from world travelers, complete with musical scores and interview sections. Season 6 is where I took you guys with me around every country in mainland Europe on my motorcycle (Gloria). Now we're getting onto The Hayden Lee Show - less travel, more Hayden. Is that good thing? Probably not, but let's give it a go.
By Hayden Lee
Mountain Shores is a laid-back podcast about navigating the valleys and peaks of creative life without ending up in the doldrums. Your hosts are Fabian Kruse (The Friendly Anarchist) and Milo McLaughlin (Clear-Minded Creative). Each month (or thereabouts) we’ll share insights, advice and lessons learnt from our own journeys as self-employed bloggers, authors and cake aficionados. We’ll also be welcoming some very special guests from around the world to take part in the conversation. We believe that in order to create a great body of work and live a good life, artists need to recognise and embrace the paradoxes of (un)productivity, the art of getting things done without sacrificing health and happiness. It means adopting the idler's approach: Avoid stupid work and mindless busy-ness, and focus ruthlessly on what really matters. After all, real productivity means learning to choose wisely. Regular discussion topics will include creativity, (un)productivity, blogging, freelancing and self-employment, personal development, minimalism, idleness and the many ways that technology can both help and hinder our progress. We’ll also try to regularly mention cake. To keep in touch don’t forget to subscribe on iTunes or visit us at http://www.mountainshores.net/
By Fabian Kruse (The Friendly Anarchist) and Milo McLaughlin (Clear-Minded Creative)
Awakening to a deeper grasp of reality can be a disconcerting process . As we begin to notice how much insanity permeates existence, old ways of thinking may fail us. For the increasingly conscious, this weekly podcast offers companionship, insight and exploration into the strange, messy and amazing state of being human. Amy and Kara, survivors of a religious heritage, talk about life beyond belief in gods, doctrines, and "getting it right” or “wrong.” Who could have known that a simple thing like existing could be so complex?
By Amy Childs & Kara Tennis
Jivamukti Yoga with Sofi Dillof of Bow Down Yoga, advanced certified Jivamukti instructorJoin Now to Follow
These free Jivamukti Yoga podcasts are live classes lead by advanced certified Jivamukti Yoga instructor Sofi Dillof. The classes are best suited for those students who have experience in the flow style of Yoga and who are familiar with the names of the poses. Be prepared to challenge, purify and open your body and mind through the ancient practices of chanting, asana, scriptural study and meditation. For more information on Sofi please visit her web site http://www.bowdownyoga.com
By Sofi Dillof
Brian Johnson nets out the great lessons of humanity for you by synthesizing the latest books on human potential, philosophy and life-empowerment. Get key takeaways, 3 times a week, in synopsis form. Join Brian as he goes straight to the “big ideas” from the world’s great personal development teachers including: Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle, Abraham-Hicks, Tony Robbins, Stephen Covey, Dan Millman, Paulo Coelho, Nietzsche, Rumi, Ayn Rand, Joseph Campbell, Marcus Aurelius, Abraham Maslow and Napoleon Hill. Get your wisdom on with PhilosophersNotes as you tap into inspiration on everything from discovering (and living!) your purpose, tapping into the laws of affluence and spiritual economics, mastering your time management skills, nurturing your relationships, optimizing your health and fitness and pushing through fears to live your greatest life. “Brian Johnson is a national and international treasure, and his consciousness is a gift to us all. I'm delighted that his new service, PhilosophersNotes, is having such a large global impact. It's rare to discover a service that springs directly from the creator's genius, and rarer still to find something so useful that makes life richer and simpler. I encourage you to subscribe to PhilosophersNotes and tune to Brian's frequency.” ~Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., Author of "Five Wishes"; Co-Author, with Dr. Kathlyn Hendricks, of "Conscious Loving”
By Brian Johnson
Ethics Bites is a fascinating and absorbing series of interviews covering topics such as animal rights, euthanasia, censorship and fertility treatment. The interviews are introduced by David Edmonds, while Open University philosopher and best-selling author, Nigel Warburton, puts the questions, rooting every subject in everyday dilemmas about how we should live. Many eminent academics have participated in this fourteen-part series such as a star trio of American-based professors, Michael Sandel, Thomas Scanlon and Peter Singer.
By Edmonds and Warburton