Welcome to the Explorer’s Mind Podcast, where we will inspire and empower you through conscious conversations with explorers of the inner and outer worlds. Our guests have ventured into uncharted territory, pursued bold challenges, found their purpose, and expanded their consciousness. We will journey through the insights and experiences of adventurers, scientists, conscious leaders, founders, activists, and artists, and provide you with the practical tools you need to expand your mind, find deep fulfillment and create an inspiring vision for your life. Open your mind to new possibilities and join us every Monday.
Mark Pollock is a an extraorinary human! A celebrated TED speaker, explorer, and author, he is the first blind man who raced to the South Pole. Unbroken by blindness and paralysis, his mission is to inspire people to achieve more than they thought possible and help to find a cure for paralysis in his lifetime. In this episode, he shares his story about resilience, adaptability, acceptance, and collaboration.
Mendel Kaelen is a neuroscientist and the CEO and co-founder of Wavepaths, a well-being startup focused on providing adaptive generative music experiences for, and as psychedelic therapy. In this episode, he shares with us the current findings on psychedelic and music therapy, how he found his true purpose in life, and the future of psychedelic therapy. If you are interested in expanding your mind and breaking down your old behavioral patterns, then this episode is for you.
Roz Savage, an ocean rower, author, speaker, and sustainability advocate. She is the first, and so far the only woman, who rowed solo across the world’s “Big Three” oceans: Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian. In this episode, she shares with us how she found her purpose, how she pursued it even when it was hard, and how we all have endless potential. If you are ready to step out of your comfort zone and find your true purpose, then this episode is for you.
Fleet Maull is an author, renowned meditation teacher, and executive coach, who spent 14 years in prison and now dedicates his life to facilitate deep transformation for individuals and organizations. In this episode, he shares with us his philosophy of radical responsibility, and how to create positive social transformation and a more sustainable global society.
Our guest this week is Karen Palmer, an award-winning international artist, and TED speaker. In this episode, she shares with us how she found her purpose, her experience with fear, and how to use it as a motivational tool as well as how to consciously work through our implicit biases. If you are ready to find your purpose, but often feel like fear stops you, then don’t miss out on this episode
Our guest today is Gill Hicks, a survivor of the 2005 London bombings and one of the most powerful and thought-provoking advocates on the value of each individual, how we are all responsible for the evolution of Humanity, and the sustainability of the world around us. She was left severely injured in the 2005 London bombings that changed her life forever. In this episode, she shares with us the importance of timing, how her near-death experience completely transformed her life, the power of compassion, and how we are all equally valuable and have an important role to play in our lifetime.
Our guest today is Justin Packshaw MBE, an adventurer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and chairman of Joro Experiences. He led expeditions all over the world including to both the North and South Poles, and he is a strong advocate for raising awareness and money for important causes like empowering disadvantaged youth or protecting our environment. In this episode, he shares his adventures on Mount Everest, how he followed his dreams, and how to find that one thing that really sets your heart on fire.
Our guests today are Michelle and Joel Levey, pioneers in introducing mindfulness and mind-fitness training in mainstream business, medicine, and government arenas. In this episode, we talk about their personal journeys, their fascinating project with the US Army Special Forces, how to work with difficult emotions and how we can become a force for good in the midst of the Great Unraveling.
Our guest today is Chris Jordan, an internationally acclaimed American artist and TED speaker. His photographs and films explore the contemporary world from multiple perspectives and challenge us to look both inward and outward at the complex realities of our times. In this episode, we talk about his journey from being a lawyer to becoming an internationally acclaimed artist and environmental activist, how he worked with his fear, why getting people to panic about climate change is not effective in creating positive action, and the transformative power of grief.