How did fish evolve to walk on land? What are the details of how that process happened? Neil Shubin, the co-discoverer of Tiktaalik, a fish fossil that is the first evidence of so-called bridge animals with features that show the evolutionary transition between swimming fish and land mammals.
I speak with Dr. Lou Lucas, chief of Palliative Medicine at the Nebraska and Western Iowa Veterans Health Care Systems about the mind-body connection, stress and autoimmune disorders like gastrointestinal problems, arthritis, migraines, nerve damage, and even some cancers. We talk about how to utilize the power of the mind to transform and heal the body with IFS and psychedelics.
The pandemic of 2020 brought us supply shortages. Basics like sugar and flour were scarce. But a truck driver in Houston was making sure people didn’t run out of cake.
I speak with Betty Martin, a certified Surrogate Partner, Sacred Intimate, and Somatic Sex Educator about the importance of getting to know pleasure in your body, slow sex, and the controversy and benefits of sexual surrogacy in sex therapy.
I speak with Jay Earley, author of Self-Therapy: A Step-by-Step Guide to Inner Wholeness Using IFS about working with inner conflict (polarized parts of you).
In this episode of The Soul of Life I speak with David Wilcox, a quintessential folk singer who tells stories full of heart, humor, and hope. David treats me to five live performances including the debut of a brand new, yet-to-be-named song.
I speak with Dr. Corey Allan, Sex and Marriage and Family Therapist, author of Naked Marriage, and longtime host of Sexy Marriage Radio, a podcast devoted to straight forward, honest conversations about what goes on behind closed doors in your marriage.
Internal Family Systems (IFS) lead trainer Michael Elkin and I discuss how, instead of fighting and resisting so-called “bad” parts of you, it’s far more productive to become curious and explore the motivations behind behavior or feelings that aren’t in your best interest.