In the final episode of Peace of Mind, Bhi shares a very personal story about how suicide has touched his life in recent years.
How Meditation Can Reshape Our Brains (TEDx):
Listen to Peace of Mind
Peace of Mind presents a special episode of the hit podcast Switched on Pop featuring Bhi as the guest. Switched on Pop is about the making and meaning of popular music; hosted by musicologist Nate Sloan and songwriter Charlie Harding, produced
Gender inequality and gender politics. The song for this episode is “GIANT” and it was inspired by the millions of women who are often unsung and overlooked. Our guests include Dr. Nimmi Gowrinathan, author and journalist Amy Westervelt, and we
This episode is a showcase for some of the lawyers who are pushing back on the Trump Administration in courts everyday -- like Jonathan E. Taylor who helped bring the emoluments cases against Trump. And retired superior court judge LaDoris Cord
In this episode we examine the rise of Vladimir Putin and Russia’s foray into Western politics and the election of Donald Trump. Our Active Measures director Jack Bryan, comedian and co-host of Mueller She Wrote Jaleesa Johnson, and PBS Frontli
What roles do religion and faith play in how Americans live their lives? Our guests are religious scholar Reza Aslan, attorney, advocate Rabia Chaudry (Serial, Undisclosed and The 45th), and author Dave Eggers.
Listen to Peace of Mind the alb
Peace of Mind will be back next week w/ one of our best episodes yet! In the meantime, check out the new single Have a Little Faith! → lnk.to/havealittlefaith For tour dates and to connect w/ Bhi on social media visit → peaceofmindpod.com Supp
Immigration policy and its human consequences. Our guests are Ahilan Arulanantham (attorney w/ the ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project), Paola Mendoza (activist, artist & author), and Todd Schulte (President of FWD.US).
Listen to Peace of Mind t
In Part 1 of our episode about immigration, you’ll hear the personal immigrant stories from guests Paola Mendoza (activist and Co-founder of the Women’s March) and Ahilan Arulanantham (ACLU Sr. Counsel, former Director of the Immigrant Rights P
The multi-pronged attack on voting in America. While there are threats from outside countries, like Russia and China, the greatest danger comes from within. Our guests are Dale Ho (Director, ACLU Voting Rights Project) and Taz Ahmed (18 Million
Democracy – the places where it thrives, the places where it dies. And what’s at stake when any one of the 4 pillars of democracy are threatened. Our guests are investigative journalist and Frontline producer Neil Docherty, retired superior cou
In the first episode of Peace of Mind, we’re talking about the fear and madness that characterizes so much of this crazy time in America. Our guests are author Dave Eggers, Glynn Washington (host of Snap Judgement on NPR) and renowned social ps