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In this episode we learn more about hypnosis from Doug Sands, Founder of Anywhere Hypnosis and Host of Making Meaning Podcast. We discuss how hypnosis works and tackle its misconceptions, allowing for its benefits to be used far and wide. Enjoy, Mostly Nothing. Psssssst. Doug gives away great tips on his Instagram page Connect with Doug and chec out his work: Website: https://www.AnywhereHyposis.com Podcast: https://www.AnywhereHypnosis.com/podcast Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/makingyourmeaning Group Sessions: https://tinyurl.com/y738u8vy
What did you have for breakfast? Was it your choice? Or was it set in stone since the Big Bang? We decided to focus on just that, do we have free will or are our lives pre-determined? Joining us we had our good friend and brother from another mother, Tiago Sousa. This is our last episode of the year and we want to thank all our listeners for the support! We wish you a very happy new year, here’s to 2021! Love, Mostly Nothing
On today’s episode, we sat down with Dr. Krishna Bhatta, surgeon, and author of ‘The journey from Life to life.’ Dr. Krishna explains his thoughts on the journey of life and how we can make the most of it. We touch upon dualism, consciousness, and intermittent silence. Enjoy, Mostly Nothing. Psssst. Krishna has also recently launched a mindfulness app. Search: Relaxx Connect with Dr. Krishna and check out his work: https://www.instagram.com/kbha/?hl=en https://www.linkedin.com/in/krishna-bhatta-md-frcs-24461b12 https://relaxx.org https://krishnauniverse.com
On today's episode, we were enlightened by the joyful Terry Sidhu. Author of Mediate and mediation teacher. We delve into the importance of meditation and the benefits it holds. Terry explains how you can carry what you learn from mindfulness into everyday life and the value of understanding the present moment.  Connect with Terry and check out his book:  INSTAGRAM: meditatethebook BOOK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Meditate-Breathe-meditation-awaken-potential/dp/1777286905 Enjoy, Mostly Nothing.
Welcome to Mostly Nothing. In this episode we had the privilege to delve into mental health with Johnny Crowder from Cope Notes. We investigate stigma around mental health and discuss the changes our brains endure, the tricks it plays on us, and how we can use this to our advantage. Enjoy, MN. For more of Johnny’s work check out: https://copenotes.com/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56Zb_TLhPOw https://www.instagram.com/copenotes/?hl=en --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to Mostly Nothing. In this episode, we had a great discussion with Brenden from Master Talk. We delved into decision making and how we can obtain happiness through being true to ourselves. We also touch upon avoiding society conditioning and fighting our own genetic makeup in order to thrive.  For more on Brenden's work see links below: https://www.mastertalk.ca/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBYFP4mZLQovr7W6Si6sueA https://www.instagram.com/masteryourtalk/?hl=en He has some awesome tips on improving communication and confidence. Enjoy, Mostly Nothing.     --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to Mostly Nothing. In this episode we decided to sit back, and have a discussion based around Louis Theroux's documentaries we had binge watched prior. We delve into moral dysfunction and the confusion and suffering that comes with it. From Nazi families to gambling and surgery addiction, we discuss the importance of freedom of speech to allow for a better understanding. Enjoy, Mostly Nothing. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Let’s delve deep into the vast spectrum of Mostly Nothing with today's episode, where we will be focusing on the process of learning and how to do so efficiently. We will discuss the internal process, types, and methods for optimizing your learning. The importance of continuous learning is touched upon, and how it is, we can pave the way for a more fruitful understanding. Enjoy, Mostly Nothing. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to Part Two of the untold History of LSD! In this epiosde we will be continuing from where we left off, and diving into how LSD imacted society from the early 1950's, leading into more recent developments.  We will cover: How LSD went mainstream The impact it had on society  What went wrong, leading to the illigalisation of LSD Morden research and what the future holds Enjoy, Mostly Nothing. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to Part Two of the untold History of LSD! In this epiosde we will be continuing from where we left off, and diving into how LSD imacted society from the early 1950's, leading into more recent developments.  We will cover: How LSD went mainstream The impact it had on society  What went wrong, leading to the illigalisation of LSD Morden research and what the future holds Enjoy, Mostly Nothing. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In today's episode we will be starting a new series in which we will be discovering the history of some of the most impactful psychedelics and the individuals behind the discovery and social movement.In todays episode we will be focusing on the history of lsd because of its pioneering cultural and political impact on western societies. We will also be covering: •What LSD is, who and when it was developed •The lives behind Pioneers and activists •The studies published and their results •The Top Secret CIA project: MKALTRA and other iconic moments till the mid 50’s Enjoy, Mostly Nothing! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to Mostly Nothing. The UK’s original brain expanding podcast discussing the unravelling research and understanding of Consciousness, The Mind and Psychedelics.
In today’s episode, we will be talking to a business owner and curious thinker, Dorin Rotaru. The discussion will begin with our guest's personal journey through self-discovery in conjunction with grasping what really matters. We also talk about how psychedelics could be used to unlock the best version of yourself, why pushing boundaries is so important and the power of positive self-talk and affirmations. Enjoy, Mostly Nothing.
In today’s episode we discuss creative minds and if taking psychedelics with family could work as a beneficial therapy session. We will also be covering: How our guests' path in life took a turn for the best and the benefits and changes since discovering the powers of psychedelics. Along with how her experience has helped bond her family relations and self confidence. Joining us today is an aspiring designer and CSM fashion student. She is the owner of Ose Wonderkammer, looking into challenging the norm, married with nature by incorporating sustainability to empower individuals by creating a gateway of expression through colourful, flamboyant and theatrical garments. Introducing a star on the rise and creative mind, Zoe Ose. Enjoy, Mostly Nothing.
Welcome to the first episode of Season 02. We are thrilled to channel our focus on what we believe to be the fundementals of self development as a whole. We will be delving into current research and discussing personal theories within consciousness, the mind and psychedelics. In this episode we examine why we are not our thoughts, if psychedelics are a short cut and the motive behind gaining control of our egos. Sit back, hold tight and enjoy.
Welcome to the second part of conspiracy theories with the one and only Ze! 2020 has been quite the journey thus far. From war predictions, UFO'S to world pandemics and global protests. We delve into the mystery of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and how social media may be only showing one side of the story. We also discuss what happens when you choose to fight the corruption surrounding us and what the remainder of the year may hold. Is 2020 really going to determine the future? It may be time for an end of the world plan... This is the final episode of season one! See you on the other side, Mostly Nothing.
It’s been said that 38% of US jobs will be vulnerable to AI and the near future holds a promise to one day become smarter than humans. In this episode, we discuss some awesome AI projects currently taking shape and what this means for us and our careers. We dive into how it can go very, very wrong in conjunction with the mind boggling opportunities and possibilities AI brings as a whole.
The majority of us hold more spare time than we have ever dreamt off. However, there is clear pressure on us to use the time given as wisely as possible. In episode 11 we discuss what we believe is a valuable use of time and throw in some tips and tricks on ensuring you stay motivated and organised during the lockdown! We delve into why gaming has skyrocketed in the previous months along with LIVE streaming and deliberate the balance that should always be maintained for a healthy lifestyle. Additionally, we explore the ‘virtual’ moral compass within games such as Animal Crossing. Stay safe, Mostly Nothing.
With the constantly changing circumstances we currently find ourselves in, we decided to discuss the topic at hand and get Diogo’s perspective on Covid-19, as an ICU nurse in London. We discuss why cases are still likely to rise with current restrictions. How the NHS is currently dealing with the epidemic and what we predict the near future to hold. Diogo answers some of your questions and gives advice on how best to manage the prevailing and evolving situation. Stay home, Stay safe. Mostly Nothing
Now seems to be a great time to take up a new hobby, maybe a new language? Tune in for a Japanese 101. We discuss the expansion of technology and how it's causing our brain cells to slowly die out and realise that years are wasted on harvesting knowledge that is now accessible at one's fingertips. We deliberate how Covid19 is changing our daily lives as we know it and the impact that it may create in the near future in conjunction with social extremism, why the middle ground seems to be the best way to go and freedom of speech.
We dive into all things Elon Musk, pyramids and lizard people... What are your thoughts on the moon landings? Tune in to hear our stance while discussing the interviews, lost data and motivation behind the project. Did extraterrestrial assist with creating the planet as we know it today? Are we completely overlooking lost civilisations? Dive deep into the world of Mostly Nothing.
Are we really bored of our reality? Is everything too obtainable and do we spend too much time comparing our situation instead of accepting it. We discuss the 'stimulation theory' and why we as individuals are seeking alternative methods of distraction.
why the loop of procrastination is bringing you to insanity and how it can be broken
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Podcast Details

Created by
Diogo Salgado and Julieta Ose
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 12th, 2019
Latest Episode
Feb 22nd, 2021
Release Period
2 per month
Episodes
31
Avg. Episode Length
38 minutes
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
Language
English
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