Elysium Project Podcast

Elysium Project Podcast

Established in 2018, Elysium Project is a Podcast and social movement, fostered on the belief that a conversation can change the world. Our Mission at Elysium Project is to leave the planet, and it's society, in better condition than we found it.

Episodes

June 17, 2021 36 min
With a global pandemic and all the changes that it has brought to our lives, it can at times be hard to find inner peace and acceptance. Join Amanda Heisman of www.heismanhealth.com, as she and Brian discuss the topic of self love, and how to be more kind and gentle to ourselves on this journey of life.
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In this Episode Brian speaks with Chaz Smith of Be The Change YYC, on ways we can work to end the cycle of homelessness. Be The Change YYC is a Calgary based homeless outreach team offering essentials and housing/program referrals to those living on the streets. They can be found online at www.bethechangeyyc.org or on instagram and facebook @bethechangeyyc
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In this episode, Asiarita speaks with Chelsea Godschild on the subject of child abuse. Chelsea is a social worker, yoga instructor and a trauma abuse survivor. Trigger warning for those listening to this podcast, as this episode contains discussions based around child abuse, rape and sexual assault. If you would like to get in touch with Chelsea, you can find her on Instagram @chelsea.godschild
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In this episode Brian speaks with David Macelwain, founder of Project Awakening by www.baliandbeyond.ca. David shares insights from his journey of spiritual awakening and the understanding that we are more than just the story that we tell ourselves.
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In this episode Brian speaks with Malcolm Saunders of lightcellar.ca, on the topic of intuitive eating. Malcolm discusses various traditional diets, and the importance of following one's own heart and gut when it comes to making the right dietary choices.
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In this episode Brian is joined by Stephanie Hunter of taoofself.com. Stephanie shares her insights and wisdom on the subject of shadow work.; The concept of looking into the shadows of ones conscience to confront our fears and limiting beliefs, leading to a more authentic and fulfilling life.
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In this episode Brian follows up with Micah Salaberrios about the art of nonviolent communication. In a world where there is an increasingly polarized political spectrum, Micah shares some ideas on how we can all approach situations with more love, compassion and understanding for the other side.
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In this episode Brian speaks with indigenous author and speaker Elaine Alec about her journey through addiction, and the traditional indigenous teachings that helped on her healing journey to sobriety, and wholeness.
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In this episode Brian welcomes returning guest Warren Zinger to the show, as they discuss the topic of staying on top of one's spiritual practice, and techniques to cultivate mindful awareness.
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In this episode Brian speaks with Alana Parekh, from AAhana.org, about the issue of pornography addiction, and strategies to overcome the hold it has on many peoples lives.
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January 29, 2021 29 min
In this episode of the podcast Brian rewinds the clock 15 years to discuss the long awaited journey and challenges that were overcome in the creation of Elysium Project.
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The conversation around the medicinal use of Psychedelics has exploded in the last several years. Join NeuroGrowth for an insightful conversation about the benefits of taking regular, low level doses of Psilocybin (magic) Mushrooms, and what it can do for you!
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In this episode Brian speaks with Annie Padden Jubb on the topic of Whole Brain Functioning; Information we can all use to become sharper not only in our own thought processes, but in how we relate to others.
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In this Episode Brian speaks with Canadian Green Party candidate Natalie Odd, about the politics and policy of the Green Party within Canada and around the world as a whole. Formed in the 1970s the Green Party has always aimed to foster ecologically sustainable society rooted in environmentalism, nonviolence, social justice and grassroots democracy.
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In this episode Dr. Samuel Mielcarski returns to the podcast to speak about life's single most important nutrient - oxygen. Dr. Sam shares the many benefits of incorporating a breathwork practice into our day to day lives, including the proper way to breath, versus the way many of us have involuntarily been taught.
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In this Episode Brian speaks with Micah Salaberrios about the art of Non Violent Communication; A unique method to approach both conflict situations, and every day conversations with a compassionate and mindful set of ears.
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Recorded at the 2019 Canada Fruit Festival, we speak to Dr. Samuel Mielcarski, Dr. Areli Cuevas-Ocampo, & Chris Kendall about living the raw vegan lifestyle and how to thrive on it.
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Join David Wolfe and Brian Johnson as they discuss the philosophy of having 'The Best Day Ever', detoxification, building a new society & more.
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In this episode Brian continues his discussion on Whole Brain Functioning with Dr. David Jubb, as they cover the topic of 'Analog Sculpting'; Sculpting one's body position and environment to access state specific behavior.
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In this Episode Brian speaks with Warren Zinger about his process as an emotions & energy coach. We discuss mindfulness and our similar spiritual journey's, as well as touch on the science behind what meditation does to the brain.
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