'The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be'.
RALPH WALDO EMERSON
Sensory deprivation tanks
Deep tissue massage
Star and moon gazing
Watching sunrise and sunset
Growing an urban jungle
Attend a classical music concert
Make a bonfire while camping
Eventbrite - Great way to find experiences, activities & events in your city.
Spike Protein Detox Guide - World Council for Health
The International Topical Steroid Awareness Network (ITSAN)
Abbie from Eczema Conquerors
Jennifer from Itchy Warrior
WELLNESS BOOKS & READING
Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl
The Untethered Soul, Michael A. Singer
The Road Less Travelled, M. Scott Peck
The Denial of Death, Ernest Becker
The Brain that Changes itself, Norman Doidge
The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Conversations with God, Neale Donald Walsch
Philosophical Musings Blog, Kevan Kwok
My Life During Topical Steroid Withdrawal
The Science of Psychedelics
The Game Changers
Who We Are
The Earthing Movie: The Remarkable Science of Grounding
Social Media Dangers Documentary — Childhood 2.0
Objective Morality - Natural Law Documentary
The Social Dilemma
The Story of Plastic
Zach Bush Knowledge Base
School of Life
Philosophies for life
Academy of Ideas
Pursuit of Wonder
Arvin Ash Physics
The Royal Institution
Sleeping at Last
We are veano
Fit Green Mind
Iris van Herpen
Joshua Bruner (Drift)
Joshua aka Drift is a musician, neurofeedback composer, and sound meditation teacher. He blurs the lines between sound, art, meditation and connection with nature. He uses a variety of sound techniques such as pink noise, binaural beats, nature sounds, and entrainment tones to reliably guide listeners into a deeply relaxed state. He also experiments with live cymatics creating stunning visual geometries as well as plant and brain wave generated music. Join his live sessions on Insight Timer.
Janice Wong (The Wong Janice)
Janice is an Australian born, Amsterdam-based music producer & cellist known for her ambient new-age cello journeys for meditation, relaxation and sleep. Her signature cello meditation involves balancing the various chakras using specific cello frequencies played over a layer of ambient music. We have personally treated classical concerts as sound baths so it is incredible to see the intersection of classical music, ambient music production and mindfulness. She has conducted live sessions for some of the largest companies in the world as well as on her weekly Insight Timer live stream.
Ethereal, peaceful sound healing. Mei-Ian uses various crystal sound bowls and a heavenly hymn voice to leave you in a deeply relaxed, lighter state.
Themed guided meditations in both short and long form to reprogram the subconscious. Jason is from Australia and overcame anxiety and drug abuse. His style is deeply relaxing, imaginative and he has a particular way with words.
Marissa is one of the top therapists in the world with over three decades of experience helping clients globally including celebrities, CEO’s, royalty and top athletes. She uses a variety of techniques to help change your belief systems, especially those you have about yourself. She has a variety of talks, online guided meditations and advice for healing our innermost insecurities. One of her core messages is instilling the belief that ‘I am Enough’ with her clients.
Man the Making
This is the epitome of a podcast with a purpose. It was started by 21 year old AI/Robotics student Rokas Stasiulaitis to help people especially youth better manage depression, confusion and finding meaning and purpose. Rokas struggled with mental and familial issues himself and noticed a trend of mental health deterioration in his peers. After being mentored by former Monk and Changemaker Rajan Shankara, they created the Man in the Making Podcast. Named as a reference to a journey of self improvement and becoming a better person.
They engage in deep discussions about big questions that are not discussed enough in society, especially among the youth including topics like self realisation, the stages of development, depression, the subconscious, love, death, the ego, happiness and self love. It is incredible to see Rajan, who left the world at 19 to become a monk, now mentoring 21 year old Rokas as well as countless youth globally. I guess it saves Rokas from having to become a monk to understand himself!
After delving in to the mind, editing some of Hinduism’s oldest scripts and helping over 1000 people, Rajan brings an incredible amount of life wisdom. Yet he remains humble and curious, so it’s interesting to witness his growth as well. Rokas is softly spoken, intensely observant and strong willed. Rajan is rational but free thinking, more extroverted and has a unique ability to express himself and ask the right questions so it’s an interesting dynamic. Kevin has been on a few episodes including one where we discuss overcoming hardship, consciousness, mental health and critical thinking. Sometimes the conversations are between Rokas and Rajan and other times they bring in guests.
Zach Bush Talks
Zach Bush MD is a physician specializing in internal medicine, endocrinology and hospice care. He is an internationally recognized educator and thought leader on the microbiome as it relates to health, disease, and food systems. His passion for education reaches across many disciplines, including topics such as the role of soil and water ecosystems in human genomics, immunity, and gut/brain health. His education has highlighted the need for a radical departure from chemical farming and pharmacy, and his ongoing efforts are providing a path for consumers, farmers, and mega-industries to work together for a healthy future for people and planet.
The Chronic Comeback
Phil Hadfield interviews inspiring people who have made near impossible comebacks from chronic illnesses. On his podcasts he shares the stories of people with debilitating chronic illnesses like MS, lupus, chronic fatigue, lyme disease, SIBO and cystic fibrosis.
Phil has dealt with chronic health issues for the last 5-10 years and is personally dealing with both the mental and physical difficulties associated with having a chronic condition. He tells their inspirational stories of recovery, resilience and life transformation. It’s an empowering, insightful delve in to the power of the human spirit. There are so many negative stories about chronic health issues so it is inspiring to see more positive stories. It is a ray of hope and possibility amidst the gloom.
The Eczema Podcast
Abby Lai struggled with severe chronic eczema from birth and like Kevin had been failed by the typical treatment regime of immune suppressants. She healed herself by cutting out allergens, healing the gut and rebalancing the skin. Abby then founded her own skincare company Eczema Conquerors to help others through the knowledge she gained. She is now also a registered holistic nutritionist and the founder of the Eczema Podcast.
On this show they delve deeply into areas that are typically not discussed enough by the medical community including the role of diet, steroids, topical steroid withdrawal, mental health and skin barrier repair. It is such an inspiration to see someone take their greatest difficulty, change their life and go on to help others do the same. Especially when the problem is so difficult to solve as there are so many variables effecting the skin.