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WA Real is a repository of Real Human Stories, Perspectives and Wisdom to provoke greater conscious living in Western Australia and Beyond. As one of Perth’s longest running podcasts, the 200+ episode catalogue gives you access to an amazingly diverse range of people covering a fascinating range of topics, views and perspectives – which is key to more conscious living! The long form interview format, provides the space to explore nuance and depth which is where the Truths of our Human Experi ...
 
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In a complete change around, I was interviewed by Shaun Nannup, Si Lapping and Mark Booth. The focus - the wisdom gleamed from the journey of 4 years and 200+ conversation with the WA Real Podcast. A big thank you to all guests and listeners who all helped to make this happen - gratitude overwhelms me.…
 
This week I enjoyed another great deep conversation into philosophy with Dr. Alan Tapper. Alan has lectured philosophy at Curtin University, informed policy and has also been instrumental in leading philosophy being taught in schools. This is another great journey into philosophy, starting during the Age of Enlightenment and Rationality working to …
 
This week I welcome back Mike Dyson onto the podcast, who talks about his continued work with men through his company Good Blokes Co. It's been three years since Mike was on the podcast last, in this conversation he shares with us many of the patterns and consistencies that he sees across his work. He talks about the ‘Man Box’, which seems to be a …
 
This week I had a great conversation with Perth-based comedian Bonnie Davis, who is better known for her alter ego, the comedic character Famous Sharron - who is famous for absolutely nothing at all. In this conversation, you get a really great insight into the amount of work and the process that goes into being a comedian and developing a characte…
 
This week I explore theology and our relationship with something bigger than ourselves with Dr. Jim Cregan, former lecturer of theology and Notre Dame University in Fremantle. Jim explains what the study of theology is and delineates it from institutionalised and organised religion. Jim explains how considering the questions that theology raises he…
 
When considering interior design, many of us will be aware of different styles whether it's in our home or the spaces we move through. We may be familiar with overseas styles such as the Hampton style, European. But ask yourself, what does an Australian style of interior design actually look like? Or let’s go deeper - what would the style of design…
 
Following on from the highly acclaimed episode #164 with Nick Duffell about the reality and dynamics of Boarding School Syndrome, this week I traced the impact in Australia with Christine Jack. Christine has spent 35 years in teacher education and educational history, authoring the book ‘Recovering Boarding School Trauma Narratives’. In this conver…
 
This week I explored grief - the very natural but overlooked process that affects all of us - with Victoria Volk who specialises in coaching and supporting people who are struggling with loss. As Victoria puts forward, grief is so often narrowly associated with death, however it is much much wider than that as it is the result of any loss and so we…
 
Measuring your heart rate variability, or HRV, may be one of the most important measures that is easily accessible to you in terms of our health, fitness, and overall life longevity, but what exactly is heart rate variability? and how can you measure it? That's exactly what I explored this week with Coach Joel Jamieson who has over 20 years of work…
 
We are all aware of the negative impacts that are happening to our surrounding environment and nature. But how do we begin to acknowledge that within ourselves? How do we begin to navigate our emotions to avoid overwhelm, so that we can get to a place where we can actually do something about it? And just what can we do? This is exactly what I explo…
 
This week I enjoyed a far-ranging yarn with Tyson Yunkaporta – member of the Apalech Clan, Senior Lecturer in Indigenous Knowledge at Deakin University and author of the book Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World (which he’s suggests you shouldn’t buy but borrow from a friend). In this conversation we cover a lot of ground including…
 
How can you make sense of the problems that face us when our capacity to make sense of the problem is the problem itself? This week I explored sense making and the media with David Fuller, founder of the Rebel Wisdom Channel who is also a former BBC and Channel4 journalist. David talks about how sense making is the fundamental issue that faces all …
 
This week, survival expert and instructor Mike House returns back to the podcast to talk about resilience. Spurred to investigate resilience by the recent impacts of COVID and specific requests of clients, Mike carried out an extensive research study into resilience through interviewing a range of leaders which he’s collated in his book (Un)Shakeab…
 
This week I had the great pleasure of speaking with Anthony James, who is the host of the Regen Narration Podcast which focuses on the regeneration of life on this planet. This conversation was the meeting of two ‘meta-nodes’ discussing much from across the range of people that we have both talked to on our respective podcasts. The topic of systems…
 
If you regularly attend or participate in an ‘alternative healing modalities’ or are drawn to searching further ‘within’ then the content of this episode is important for you to take on board. This week, we go further into the world of spiritual and psychological emergencies with a presentation of the findings from a recent qualitative research pro…
 
This week’s conversation with Roslyn Snyder is all about patterns – the patterns that underpin the human experience and patterns of nature. Roslyn takes time to talk through Realm Theory that sets the framework of understanding for patterns she’s noticed across her life, vast studies and 20+ years as a practising Clinical Psychologist. Throughout t…
 
This week I had a beautiful but firm and honest conversation with Shaun Nannup, who describes himself as a human being, indigenous man and father. Spirit was quite a common element in the conversation with Shaun. He spoke about softening the body, the heart and the mind to receive messages, about overcoming the need for control and to trust in spir…
 
How has COVID impacted our connection with one another? This is the focus of this weeks conversation with Emma Gibbens who, based on her previous work as a political campaigner, now holds space for deeper searching conversations on a range of topics. In this exploratory conversation we got into the need for boundaries; how social media has impacted…
 
The focus of this week's conversation is about how organisations, whether private or governmental, stretch forwards into what is possible rather than snapping back to the ‘old normal’ in this post COVID world. I explore this with Andy Lamb, an experienced organisational disruption consultant who specialised in unlocking creativity within businesses…
 
What is the opposite of complexity? That is the starting question from which I explored complexity in this wonderful conversation with the wise owl and elder that is Rod Griffiths. Just what is complexity? Can it be defined or is it felt? In exploring complexity, we went through many areas in this conversation ranging from beauty in design, existen…
 
Dating is broken - that is the real-life observation that returning guest Dr. Kate Raynes-Goldie is fixing with Lovego, a very clever combination of play and Lego that is designed to help those in the dating scene find a deeper and more meaningful relationship quicker and in a way that is more transparent to the deeper aspects of ourselves. In this…
 
This week, I had a fantastic conversation with a young gentleman called Joseph Andrin about death; not just death in terms of the end of life, but death in terms of the end of ideas, or stories or narratives that we might tell ourselves. In this conversation, we talked about letting go, the process of letting go, about actually sitting and being wi…
 
When was the last time that you actively went out to meet a stranger? To expand your perspective, to truly listen to and engage with other people? Meet Alex Waters, who set himself the challenge of having 100 coffees with 100 strangers throughout the year in 2020. Alex shares his journey throughout the challenge and talks about how it brought a new…
 
I was recently invited on to the experts podcast, which is hosted by Lana Hill and Nick Hayes, a former guest. We talked about podcasting, and the art of podcasting. And so I thought it would make for a great little episode, as it provides a fantastic behind the scenes look of what goes into creating WA Real. Also in this, I think there's a lot of …
 
This week we go further into our inquiry and exploration into philosophy with local WA philosophical lecturer, Meera Finnigan. Meera sets the scene of what philosophy and philosophical inquiry is all about, before sharing some of the big questions that she herself is wrestling with currently. She takes you on a fantastic tour, through the origins o…
 
Where does psychology and philosophy begin in our human journey? What is good? What is evil? How should I live my life? Richard Grannon returns to discuss the importance of continuing to wrestle with important questions just like these to develop your own moral philosophy. Previously, we spoke about co-dependency, people pleasing, and the impact of…
 
What would an upgrade to our current democracy actually look like? And how would democracy 2.0 actually work? That's exactly what I discussed with Daithi Gleeson, member of the Flux Party – political party and movement that is drawing on technology to put forward an upgrade to our democratic system. In this discussion, Daithi gives us a history of …
 
This week I had a fascinating conversation about all that we can learn from being in nature with Claire Vanderplank. Claire, through her company, Weapons of Mass Creation provides a vision quest service here in Western Australia. During this conversation, we really dived into what exactly is a vision quest and in particular the role of nature and a…
 
This week I had a great conversation about science, the natural beauty and purity of science and scientific investigation with Wallace Thornhill, Vice President of the Thunderbolts Project. Wallace shares his paradigm changing Electrical Universe theory. What makes this so interesting is that Wallace, and others, have conducted their research and e…
 
This week I welcomed back Nick Hayes, Managing Director of Media Stable, to discuss his observations across the media landscape and media consumption over the last six to nine months during this changeable period. Nick explains is that, as he predicted in the last podcast, that there's been a real move back to traditional forms of media, in particu…
 
Take a deeper refection into our interior subjective human experience by considering auditory hallucinations, in particular hearing voices, with Johanna Babcock, Adjunct Professor at UWA School of Psychological Sciences, and also one of the founders of Perth Voices Clinic. Surrounded in cultural interpretation, what becomes more and more apparent i…
 
Take a deep dive into incredible world and healing power of Medicinal Mushrooms with Graham Upson of Touchwood Mushroom Farm. With over 45 years of mushroom growing experience, Graham is WA’s leading expert in this field. He shares some of his stories learning how to grow and think like a mushroom as well as the businesses he’s developed along the …
 
This week I had the great pleasure of welcoming back Bill Saunders, one of Perth’s leading clinical psychologist who's recently come out of retirement. Through Bill’s research for his new book, he’s really dived into the true reliability and robustness of the underlying psychiatric framework and treatment protocols that shape the mental health spac…
 
Dreams - we all have them, whether wild or wacky, recurring nightmares, vividly exciting or highly sexual. But how often do you pay attention to your dream? How often do you legitimise them? How often you actually talk about them and share them? This week it was absolute pleasure to talk to Debbie Ford, dream therapy psychotherapist, about this ric…
 
While more of us are becoming aware of the idea of spiritual awakening, the arising question is what is the actual experience of a spiritual awakening actually like? Many may have a preconception that this is a lovely serene experience, however the truth of the matter is often something very different and scary, which is where the term ‘Spiritual E…
 
This week, I had the great pleasure of speaking to Christine Morrison, WA based musician, composer, music alchemist and sound healer. While I featured guests of a similar ilk previously on the podcast, what makes this really different is the fact that over the last four months I myself have been working with Christine to explore sound for myself. S…
 
This week I had the absolute privilege of speaking to Thomas Bjorkman, entrepreneur, businessman, author and also the founder of the Oak Island retreat in Sweden. Tomas explains how Oak Island is modelled on the original retreats that were state funded across the Nordic Countries at the turn of the last century - also captured in his book ‘The Nord…
 
This week I had a very illuminating discussion with Darpan, musician, healer and general explorer of human consciousness. In this conversation Darpan spoke very eloquently about just how the current chaotic conditions are actually the perfect settings for a transformation in human consciousness. While it would be very easy for the conversation to d…
 
This week I continue the exploration into the depths of psyche with Brittain Garrett, one of the few Jungian analysts in Western Australia. In this conversation we explore her perspective of the world through the lens of Jungian depth psychology. Within this conversation, Britt shares a pertinent throw from the I Ching and Jung’s equation for reali…
 
This week, I follow the line of inquiry into just how we accept and enable narcissism in our society with Richard Grannon. Richard puts forward that co-dependency, or people pleasing, is a master-slave dynamic that has been deeply in trained and entranced within culture and society at large. That this is an unseen issue that is more pervasive than …
 
This week, I on a personal journey and deep dive into Boarding School Syndrome with one of the world's leading experts, Nick Duffell. Whether you, or a loved one, attended boarding school or not, there is a lot to take on board and consider in this conversation. Why? Because to understand boarding school survivorship is to understand: one of the co…
 
Professor Sam Vaknin, the world's Real foremost leading expert, takes you on a very deep dive into narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder. I went into this thinking that I was going to learn about a mental health issue, but what I soon began to realise was that this is much bigger than that - to use Sam's own words ‘narcissism is more tha…
 
This week I welcome back previous guest Suzanne Waldron – straight-talking behavioural facilitator, TedX Perth Curator and artist. This is a far-ranging conversation offering a number of perspectives of the world we now live in. Among the many things we go into are: Looking into the illusions of life that we’ve all being buying into The need to slo…
 
Learn how take responsibility for your own health with Australia’s leading wellbeing researcher Dr. Peter Dingle. Peter wastes no time getting straight to the point putting forward the research that clearly indicates that the majority of the chronic illnesses that we suffer from today can track their source back to poor nutrition and gut health – i…
 
We go for Round 2 journeying further into the 35+ years’ experience of herb and plant knowledge of Dipaunka Macrides, renowned Perth based Herbal Alchemist. Following on from the previous episode (#151), Dipaunka talks about: The impact basic plant and herb education among children would have Plant Consciousness The Mycelium Mushroom network that c…
 
I enjoyed a conscious conversation with Alison Jarred, Founder of Conscious Unity Foundation and Co-Creator of Damanhur in Australia. Alison shares her view on the world currently through the lens of her 30 years of dedicated study of esoteric knowledge and practice for the purpose for assisting the evolutionary shift towards “unity consciousness”.…
 
I enjoyed a conscious conversation with Dr. Judy Wilyman. In 2015, after leaving a 15+ years being a science teacher and following her curiosity and concern sparked by observing an abnormal rise in allergies and learning disorders in the children she was teaching, Dr. Judy completed her PHD entitled ‘A critical analysis of the Australian government…
 
I enjoyed a conscious conversation with good friend and previous guest Paul Holliday, creator of the Human Excellence Project. In a former life Paul was a mortgage broker and he shares his long held concern about the financial system, burdening debt and the systemic failure in the past to deal with the real issue at hand. He suggests it is now time…
 
Take a very real journey through the life of one man, Davey Rowe, and deep inner stories that drove him from very humble beginnings in the north east of England, to building one of WA’s premier Air Conditioning Company’s Vortech, to seeing the company fold but then reemerging from the ashes to build the EQ Wellness Centre in Wangara. This is a trul…
 
This week I enjoyed a conscious conversation with previous guest Garry Ryan, breathwork and shamanic healer. Garry shares how, through his work, he views the world through an ‘energy lens’ – whether love or fear, is this mine energy or has someone imprinted it upon me - which really helps to provide a framework for understanding life on a deeper le…
 
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