Category: Podcast

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 …

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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 …

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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, …

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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 …

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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 …

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126 – Coronavirus, mortality, achievements of ancient Greece, consideration and dignity

Greetings again from Athens. In covering more tragic stories about the coronavirus, we explore the nature of mortality and then early Ionia, essentially what the artists created and philosophers developed. Our brains give rise to immense conceptual capacity and self-reflection, which yielded the exquisite artwork and thought in ancient Greece. Yet, being in survival mode …

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125 – Coronavirus, systemic medical-care problems, self-care and humor sans humiliation

After covering various issues surrounding the coronavirus, we explore ways that modern medicine has been falling short for patients in particular and humanity in general. Science journalist John Horgan noted key points from a recent book titled Medical Nihilism by Jacob Stegenga, which are as follows: medical research is slanted toward positive results; more rigorous …

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124 – Cultural themes, sound nutrition and sustainability, need for trust

After covering some recent news from Hong Kong and an another recap of experiences in lovely Japan, we delve into some more nutritional notions. Regarding sustainability, we can maintain biological systems on our wondrous planet without dispensing with evidence and principles of our ancestral health. Finally, regarding Branden’s question, we need to transform the current …

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123 – Sorting various facts from fictions in the culture and dietary-advice world

After covering more enjoyable experiences in Japan, both foodie and cultural, some historical tragedies and modern legal system problems are explored, which underscore the need for respect, restorative justice, and more evolved human organizations (Teal). We then delve into some recent articles concerning modern nutrition and dietary advice. As usual, the mainstream content comes with …

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122 – Issues involving obesity, nutritional, developmental, and cultural

Happy holidays, from Japan. In this episode I cover the worldwide problem of childhood obesity and nutritional deficiencies, which is related to what the nutrition establishment has been advising over the years. There’s been a lot of confusion about what is healthy to eat. Using coercion to ban and tax substances doesn’t deal with the …

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