All in Mental Health
Tanner Weisgram is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt who transitioned to Jiu-Jitsu after establishing his family. Among other things, we discuss the balance between service to family and ourselves.
In this wide ranging conversation, Andrew and I discuss the pursuit of a healthy lifestyle, being effective, managing your relationships and more! Checkout Andrew @heavyweightslightfeels
What makes somebody commit atrocities and how do we handle that as a species? This question, at once, fascinates me and causes me to shutter. My pal Andrew Dodge, interviews criminals of all backgrounds and auctions there artwork/artifacts. Andrew has a genuine curiosity to observe the macabre and is often misunderstood. Looking past any assumptions and you’ll see a curious and thought provoking fella. You can check him out at www.truecrimauctionhouse.com
During our podcast, we had a knock at the door - missionaries from the Church of Latter Day Saints. I invited them on the podcast. I was curious if they could see beyond their presumptions and maintain an open mind.
You can check them out at: https://www.lds.org/?lang=eng
Dr Yvonne Naughton is an ultra runner with a medical specialty in pediatrics and sports medicine. Dr David Brown is the founder and medical director of the ELMM Clinic. Dr. Brown’s specialty is primary and critical care medicine.
The way we think of ourselves, the world, and the sensations we experience colors every event in our life. I talk with Trevor zekpling about how we structure our thoughts and universal principles found within the pursuit of anything.Listen to trevor’s music at https://soundcloud.com/zekiplinatell/tracks
Tanner Skinner is a mixed martial artist, hypnotist, yogi, hip-hop artist, author, and much more.
Tanner’s story begins with his first teacher, who inspired him to explore his mind and his body through hypnotism and physical disciplines.
Campbell Tasker is an Army Combat Veteran, Trail Runner and a founder of Running For Combat Veterans - nonprofit helping veterans that have fallen through the system's "cracks", much like herself.
After countless surgeries, Campbell turned to running in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest for strength and solace.
For more on Running for Combat Veterans: runningforcombatveterans.org
Thanks to Pasadena for the song. Check them out here - https://thepasadenaband.bandcamp.com/
In this minisode, I explore meditation and it's effects on my life from managing my emotions to pursuing the thoughts, values and ideas that resonate with me.
Thanks to the living arrows for this week's music. Check them out on bandcamp & YouTube
On this episode of the podcast, Andrew Lauridson returns! In this wide ranging conversation we explore: growing up with shame, technology’s influence on the meaning of work, and more. You can reach andrew: http://bit.ly/hwlfinst
Outro song: Kristoff Krane - Always be a friend https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2J9cJ3H_dg
The harder I work, the luckier I get. What drives a person to run trails into the wild & over soaring peaks? For Maria Dalzot, it’s in the name of play. Instagram: http://bit.ly/MDINS
Jack Mythos(@jackmythos_hiphop) is a hip-hop artist and poet from West Gate On Sea in the UK. Jack shares his experience in the UK's underground hip-hop scene.
This week, I reflect on: my hunting adventures, meeting the residents of tent city 5(a homeless community in Seattle), and being a dad
Andrew explores the darkest corners of the human experience. He collects and trades artifacts from notorious criminals. He explores their psychology through letters and interviews following his curiosity of abnormalities. To my surprise, he’s overcame my squeamishness and I too became curious
How does caring for the sick shape you?
#23|Jesse Marshall was tranquilized by the trivial toils of everyday life. After being forced to join the army, the structured and stern environment felt like he was at home. Hearing his stories of deployment reminded me of my experience with community
Winston Eastman is a music producer from Seattle. He discusses our desire to express ourselves and connect with others. Check him out on Soundcloud as Samwich Pnw http://bit.ly/samwich
In episode 19 of The BecomingHumanPodcast, I continue to explore masculine and feminine behaviour as it relates to the individual by bringing on Andrew from Heavy Weights, Light Feels. Andrew is a competitive powerlifter, he’s creating a community for weight lifting, nutrition, and emotional development, check it out at heavyweightslightfeels.com.
Josh Powers shows us what it is like to navigate violence across the wide spectrum of humanity. We explore why this Satiates his soul.