7 episodes

Corinne Bailey Rae explores the themes and personal experiences that fuelled the songwriting process behind her latest album, The Heart Speaks in Whispers.

Exploring the different ways that we can become more consciously connected with our bodies, minds and the natural world around us. Corinne speaks to philosophers, experts, musicians, authors and artists across the field as she examines the art of being 'present'.

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    • Natural Sciences
    • 5.0, 6 Ratings

Corinne Bailey Rae explores the themes and personal experiences that fuelled the songwriting process behind her latest album, The Heart Speaks in Whispers.

Exploring the different ways that we can become more consciously connected with our bodies, minds and the natural world around us. Corinne speaks to philosophers, experts, musicians, authors and artists across the field as she examines the art of being 'present'.

    Episode 6: Balancing Our Online and Offline Lives

    Episode 6: Balancing Our Online and Offline Lives

    21st century life is hectic and many of us have become slaves to our digital devices, often spending our days moving from screen to screen, constantly bombarded by information. For some, smartphones and devices have become a social crutch that provides us with constant entertainment.
    Corinne questions whether this may have had an impact on our creativity. Speaking to artist Nina Katchadourian, photographer Antoine Geiger and founder of Consciously Digital, Anastasia Dedyukhina, Corinne explores how we can effectively juggle our online and offline lives in this increasingly distracted digital world.
    Antoine Geiger’s SUR-FAKE: http://bit.ly/1NS5NNX
    Nina Katchadourian’s ‘Lavatory portraits in the Flemish style’: http://bit.ly/1hI68Yc
    Anastasia Dedyukhina & Consciously Digital: http://bit.ly/2aXItXd
    Featured tracks:
    The Skies Will Break
    Stop Where You Are
    Corinne's album The Heart Speaks in Whispers is available now: http://apple.co/2ayOxCU

    • 21 min
    Episode 5: Can Music Save Lives?

    Episode 5: Can Music Save Lives?

    Music is a universal language and an emotional channel for many people. In recent years, it’s also been recognised for its extraordinary healing effects when used as a therapeutic tool.
    In this episode, Corinne is joined by the inspiring Blues musician Ian “Fast Fret” Campbell as he shares the remarkable story of how music helped him recover after a near fatal car accident left him unable to use one side of his body and play his beloved guitar.
    Ian Campbell’s Single Handed Blues Band: http://bit.ly/2aVYxtk
    Featured tracks:
    The Skies Will Break
    Walk On
    Caramel
    Corinne's album The Heart Speaks in Whispers is available now:
    http://apple.co/2ayOxCU

    • 14 min
    Episode 4: What Do Our Dreams Mean?

    Episode 4: What Do Our Dreams Mean?

    Lucid Dreaming expert, Caroline McCready, joins Corinne to chat about the unexplored depths of our subconscious minds as they swap stories and deliberate whether it might be possible for us to control our own realities through our dreams.
    Caroline McCready: http://bit.ly/2ayUbTH
    Featured tracks:
    The Skies Will Break
    Taken By Dreams
    Corinne's album The Heart Speaks in Whispers is available now: http://apple.co/2ayOxCU

    • 18 min
    Episode 3: Why It's Important To Listen To Your Body

    Episode 3: Why It's Important To Listen To Your Body

    Corinne visits pilates instructor, Kath Nisbet, at her studio to analyse the mind-body connection, and how our emotions can become trapped in our bodies and manifest as pain if we don’t take the time to nurture both our mental and physical health.


    Kath Nisbet: http://bit.ly/2aTnbcJ

    Kayleigh Tanner's Hello Hygge blog: http://bit.ly/2bTcIMs


    Featured tracks:
    The Skies Will Break
    Tell Me
    Stop Where You Are
    Hey, I Won’t Break Your Heart
    Horse Print Dress


    Corinne's album The Heart Speaks in Whispers is available now:
    http://apple.co/2ayOxCU

    • 19 min
    Episode 2: When Should You Trust Your Instincts?

    Episode 2: When Should You Trust Your Instincts?

    With the help of philosopher Brennan Jacoby, Corinne examines how hardwired human behaviour is. How do we know when to trust our instincts?
    Author and public speaker, Scott Ginsberg, calls in to discuss how a name-tag based social experiment he’s been conducting for over a decade has helped him fine tune his own instincts and intuition.
    Find out more about @nametagscott ‘s work: http://bit.ly/2aFHY01
    Philosopher, Brennan Jacoby: http://bit.ly/2b7Qczb
    Featured tracks:
    The Skies Will Break
    Hey, I Won’t Break Your Heart
    Corinne's album The Heart Speaks in Whispers is available now: http://apple.co/2ayOxCU

    • 19 min
    Episode 1: What Can Nature Teach Us About Ourselves?

    Episode 1: What Can Nature Teach Us About Ourselves?

    What impact can immersing ourselves in nature have on our emotional health and wellbeing?
    Corinne Bailey Rae explores the lessons we can learn from nature with the help of Philosopher Brennan Jacoby from the School of Life, and author Amy Liptrot, whose memoir The Outrun is a remarkable account of how her self imposed exile to a remote Scottish island helped her overcome addiction.
    Philosopher, Brennan Jacoby: http://bit.ly/2b7Qczb
    Author, Amy Liptrot: http://bit.ly/2aVXjyf
    Featured tracks:
    The Skies Will Break
    Green Aphrodisiac
    Walk On
    Night
    Corinne's album The Heart Speaks in Whispers is available now:
    http://apple.co/2ayOxCU

    • 20 min

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6 Ratings

Jes 1 ,

Magical and inspiring

Really enjoyed this :) Thank you

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