Untangle, is the podcast from the 5-star app, Meditation Studio and Muse, the Brain Sensing Headband. Experts and ‘real people’ share stories about how mindfulness practices have changed their lives. Hear experiences from business leaders, psychologists, neuroscientists, nutritionists, authors, mindfulness teachers, storytellers and more. We cover everything from why it’s important to meditate to how self-compassion practices change us from the inside out to why meditation helps with anxiety in adults and kids. A rich collection of interviews with a range of thoughtful guests who share their true and heartfelt experiences with mindfulness and other contemplative practices.
Patricia Karpas - Thanksgiving Morning Gratitude Practice
From all of us at Untangle, Meditation Studio, and Muse, we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! This special Morning Gratitude Practice is from our brand new Gratitude Collection in the app. We hope you’ll all take a moment to remember what you’re grateful for, what gives you joy, and what fills your love bucket. We wish you much happiness and love throughout all the upcoming holidays.
Shelly Tygielsky - How Meditation and Radical Self Care can Lead to Activism
Shelly Tygielsky is the author of the book 'Sit Down to Rise Up. How Radical Self Care can Change the World'. She’s the founder of the grassroots campaign called Pandemic of Love which is a mutual aid organization she created early on during the Covid pandemic…so that people could help one another. One person needs something; another gives something. Simple! Her organization has had more than 2 million peer-to-peer transactions, worth over $60 mm in donor/recipient transactions. Her mantra is…show up for yourself…with radical self-care and for others…in any way that you can.
Frank Fitzpatrick - Using Music as a Tool for Your Emotional, Practical and Spiritual Growth
Music has the power to move us deeply. Music can shift our energy on demand, organize our thoughts, stimulate our body to move, reset our emotional state, and allow us to pass through the day in a more relaxed harmonious manner. Using audio examples throughout the podcast, In this episode, we learn how to use it to its full potential with multi-platinum Hollywood composer and music expert Frank Fitzpatrick.
Dr. Ellen Hendriksen - Quiet the Inner Critic and Rise Above Social Anxiety
Dr. Ellen Hendriksen is a clinical psychologist whose focus is on helping millions of people calm their anxiety so they can be their authentic selves. She serves on the faculty at Boston University's Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders and is the author of the book we discuss today, How to Be Yourself: Quiet the Inner Critic and Rise Above Social Anxiety. In this episode, we talk about the fear of being judged or rejected, and how to manage our somewhat distorted (and often annoying) thoughts. We’ve heard this before…your thoughts are NOT always true. Ellen talks about many ways to quiet the inner chatter that takes us down a rabbit hole and prevents us from living life to its fullest. She shares how we can actually rewire our brains through our behavior and how to truly be our best. It’s not easy…but she has lots of small steps we can take.
Adrian Owen - Sleep, Unconsciousness & the Brain
Dr. Adrian Owen, a renowned neuroscientist, discovered that individuals in a persistent coma could still communicate- and he went one step further and listened to what they wanted to say. He’s also performed the largest sleep and cognition study in the world, and demonstrated why brain training apps are bunk, and what we can do to sleep better and improve our own conscious function.
Dr. Chris Winter - Why a Good Night's Sleep Might Be All in Your Mind
Do you lie awake at night, unable to sleep? What if the entire process of sleep was easy, even enjoyable? Dr. Chris Winter, neurologist and sleep medicine specialist, shows us how to re-think a good night's sleep. He offers insights both for adults and for parents dealing with “poor sleeping” kids.
This is a phenomenal podcast to learn the science of wellness.
Ugh. Kinda gross.
Came to listen about manifestation and hear a white woman talk about being invited to sit with “untouched” tribes, “even Africa,” where she gathers information and brings it back to the “modern” world. It’s disgusting.
Keeps me grounded
I loved listening to the episode with Jessica Graham about mindfulness and sex. Her perspective on creating a relationship with pleasure was so grounding and felt so accessible, especially since the pursuit of pleasure can feel out-of-reach at times. This podcast is such a great resource that helps me stay in touch with what’s most important.