Author: Wes

136 – Healthy nutrition during a pandemic, inner and interpersonal repair work

Many months into this pandemic, we’re still experiencing the unfortunate effects of coercive systems trying to deal with the spread of sars cov2. These systems not only can create backlash, but they also forestall adequate testing (both molecular and serological). So, in the meantime wear masks in crowded places and maintain your nutritional health and …

Continue reading "136 – Healthy nutrition during a pandemic, inner and interpersonal repair work"

135 – Keto conference online, dealing with fear and trauma, and reparenting ourselves

The Low-Carb San Diego Keto Conference is happening online next month, which will offer lots of helpful information about nutrition and health, something especially vital during this ongoing pandemic. On the psychological side of life, be sure to check out the talks below by two prominent trauma researchers. Since we are biological beings, fear is …

Continue reading "135 – Keto conference online, dealing with fear and trauma, and reparenting ourselves"

134 – Cultivating healthy minds, Self-fullness, dietary guidelines, guilt and coherent narratives

To cultivate healthy minds, we need to achieve clarity about a lot of systemic issue. As we do, we can actualize our potential, seeking to meet needs for enriching connection, intrinsically motivating purpose, and profound meaning. Unfortunately, our culture largely promotes an ethics of sacrifice, so integrating one’s authentic Self can be challenging amidst ideas …

Continue reading "134 – Cultivating healthy minds, Self-fullness, dietary guidelines, guilt and coherent narratives"

133 – Empathy distribution, psychedelic movement issues arising from domination systems

We really need systems involving free minds and free markets to remedy the unjust systems that continue to diminish people’s lives and well-being throughout society. Power-over strategies tragically run deep in present systems, from families to governments. Empathetic understanding remains vital, along with the pillars of self-esteem, as well as Teal organizational practices. Domination systems …

Continue reading "133 – Empathy distribution, psychedelic movement issues arising from domination systems"

132 – Understanding domination thinking and systems amidst crises, cultivating potentialities

In times of major societal stress, like today, it’s vital to practice self-acceptance, self-empathy, and self-compassion. Currently, America is trying to make sense of and deal with systemic injustices involving racism that stem from the time of slavery. Needs for respect, choice, and justice have been sacrificed. The punishment paradigm remains a major deleterious factor. …

Continue reading "132 – Understanding domination thinking and systems amidst crises, cultivating potentialities"

131 – Organizational hindrances to pandemic recovery, voluntary solutions, self-worth integration

In this episode we explore facets of problematic organizations and their need to transform, so pandemics and a multiplicity of other challenges can be effectively dealt with, minimizing harm to individuals and businesses. The FDA remains detrimental to widespread testing for covid19, hindering more informed decision-making and innovation (until then, masks, vitamin D, eating low-carb …

Continue reading "131 – Organizational hindrances to pandemic recovery, voluntary solutions, self-worth integration"

130 – Testing options, psychedelic journeys into self and reality, steep price of punishment

As the pandemic continues, we are still waiting for availability of at-home testing (both molecular and serological), which will be able to shine a vital light for people to make sound decisions (instead of just following governmental orders). Throughout most of this episode, I explain aspects of my psilocybin-assisted therapeutic experiences, connecting to self and …

Continue reading "130 – Testing options, psychedelic journeys into self and reality, steep price of punishment"

129 – Pandemic problems, nature of authority, trust and collaboration, respect and authenticity

From America, various aspects of the pandemic are explored, including how a free and responsible society would effectively deal with it. This contrasts with what we’ve been experiencing in terms of top-down controls and conflicting edicts in the absence of adequate testing. The FDA is a governmental organization that reflects fundamental distrust in biotech scientists, …

Continue reading "129 – Pandemic problems, nature of authority, trust and collaboration, respect and authenticity"

128 – Pandemic and crucial testing, cultivating love and attachment ABCs

More about the pandemic in this shorter show, including the necessity of thorough coronavirus testing that can allow most people to resume their normal lives. Wearing masks is an important part of the prevention process, as the Asians have been demonstrating (as well as the Americans during the 1918 influenza pandemic). The questions about feeling …

Continue reading "128 – Pandemic and crucial testing, cultivating love and attachment ABCs"

127 – Pandemic issues, personal health focus, attachment repairs, and visibility

More overview of the coronavirus impact, sadly. Ubiquitous and fast testing (and mask-wearing) needs to be a priority, instead of shutting down commerce and societal functioning for an arbitrary or indefinite time. Risks increase with uncertainty about who’s infected, and typical unhealthy dietary and life habits augment this (smoking is still a major thing in …

Continue reading "127 – Pandemic issues, personal health focus, attachment repairs, and visibility"