28 episodes

LUAN emotional museum is a physical and digital project that seeks to generate social awareness through three key concepts: Good, truth and beauty.

Our goal is to create social impact through talks, workshops and experiences, using art and mindfulness tools, we create a mixture of knowledge, feelings, and inspiration, an experience that impacts the participants, expressing in each of them the desire to be an agent of change for a better world and society.

LUAN Emotional Museum Marion Cortina (LUAN's co-founder)

    • Society & Culture

LUAN emotional museum is a physical and digital project that seeks to generate social awareness through three key concepts: Good, truth and beauty.

Our goal is to create social impact through talks, workshops and experiences, using art and mindfulness tools, we create a mixture of knowledge, feelings, and inspiration, an experience that impacts the participants, expressing in each of them the desire to be an agent of change for a better world and society.

    Dance your way out of unhealthy behavior with Sumisha Shankar

    Dance your way out of unhealthy behavior with Sumisha Shankar

    What have in common, being in the army and being a dancer? Sumisha Shankar talks with Marion about how beauty is gratitude, self-compassion, embodiment, and connection between beings. In the end, we find what we need in life's simple and slow pace. Tune in to a joyful conversation of finding our way through dance and creative meditation.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Healing the world with arts culture with Klaudia Oliver

    Healing the world with arts culture with Klaudia Oliver

    A special episode to deep dive into the creative process fibers: the emotions, the flow, the doubt, the rejection, the self-knowledge adventure. Klaudia Oliver, a cultural alchemist, and ambassador, advocates for an imperfect, social, and interdisciplinary approach to arts and culture. If we focus on the process more than the result, we can find gems in collaboration to achieve social transformation.

    • 39 min
    What were we thinking sitting still so much time? with Elizabeth Armesto

    What were we thinking sitting still so much time? with Elizabeth Armesto

    When Elizabeth Armesto talks about body movement, you consider seriously standing up and start doing it! So many benefits for our whole being and so much time living unaware of our magnificent body. Come to this conversation about our bodies and the innate urge to move, dance, feel the world and express ourselves through movement. 

    • 48 min
    Changing paradigms with psychedelic therapy with Joyce Vasquez

    Changing paradigms with psychedelic therapy with Joyce Vasquez

    Feeling liberated, less anxious, overcoming depression and fear, healing traumas, PTSD, stuttering, chronic pain, addictions, and anxiety for terminal illnesses are effects researchers are finding in new treatments with micro-dosing and macro-dosing with psychedelics. In this provocative episode, Dr. Joyce Vasquez-Braverman helps us to understand the recent developments in medical science, what it means to our emotional well-being and what we can hope for in the future.

    • 45 min
    Did you know you are a vibrational being made of sound? with Pascale Caristo

    Did you know you are a vibrational being made of sound? with Pascale Caristo

    Music is the art of frequency; we humans carry the power to communicate with our vibration and sound. Music helps us accommodate and make sense of our emotions; it helps us feel better, broader, and whole. In this episode, the talented and compassionate Pascale Caristo shares her journey and the message she wants to transmit through music.

    • 57 min
    Trust your writing with Alex Rojas

    Trust your writing with Alex Rojas

    Aligning our careers to our mission and passion is not easy, but the reward is grand. Following our hearts requires courage. In this episode, we talked to Alex Rojas, founder of MELE, a journaling method to develop habits for turning hopes and ideals into tangible actions. We talked about the wisdom that we all carry, the magic of writing, ignoring our inner critique, and the power of incremental improvement. Writing significantly impacts our lives; listen in to find out why and how.  

    • 56 min