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A podcast exploring all aspects of human consciousness, including philosophy, neuroscience, meditation, music, near death experiences, psychedelics, and more. Hosted by Stuart Preston...not a neuroscientist, not a philosopher...just a layman curious about our amazing minds. Learn more at http://theconsciousnesspodcast.com/about/

The Consciousness Podcast The Consciousness Podcast

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.4, 23 Ratings

A podcast exploring all aspects of human consciousness, including philosophy, neuroscience, meditation, music, near death experiences, psychedelics, and more. Hosted by Stuart Preston...not a neuroscientist, not a philosopher...just a layman curious about our amazing minds. Learn more at http://theconsciousnesspodcast.com/about/

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

P59B ,

The Consciousness Podcast

Stuart is great, And I'm picky about interviewers, do it for a living-- this is a wonderful podcast, he gets a rapport with the respondents, and states his questions eloquently and in a way that we all can understand, that interviewees appreciate. Complex area--opens up a lot of interesting stuff for a broad range of listeners.

dbrick92 ,

Interesting podcast - host needs new microphone

The podcast itself is great, with some really great guests and interesting questions. I have a serious issue with this podcast. The host needs to use a new microphone. It sounds like he is speaking into a dollar store microphone from 1995. When your guests sound a lot better than the host, it really messes with the overall experience.

Jsnethen ,

Interesting Guests

The guests are great. The interviewer has zero affect or inflection, so it’s a hoot to hear him saying “Wow...that’s fascinating...I never thought of that,” in an absolute monotone. The guests will say something profound followed by an awkward silence during which you can almost see the letters W T F? forming over the interviewer’s head while he tries to keep up. Other times he continually interrupts the guests with a repeatedly ill-placed “yeah right, right, right” sounding completely bored. In short, the guests sound conscious, the interviewer sounds unconscious. Unintentionally funny and interesting at the same time.

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