Mind, Body, Voice with Dr. Will Siu

Dr. Siu grew up in California, where he completed college at UC Irvine and medical school at UCLA. Midway through medical school he pursued research interests at the National Institutes of Health in Washington, DC and ultimately completed a doctoral degree at the University of Oxford. After finishing medical school he moved to Boston where…

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Dr. Siu grew up in California, where he completed college at UC Irvine and medical school at UCLA. Midway through medical school he pursued research interests at the National Institutes of Health in Washington, DC and ultimately completed a doctoral degree at the University of Oxford. After finishing medical school he moved to Boston where he joined the faculty at Harvard Medical School and completed a psychiatry residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital and McLean Hospital. Dr. Siu remained on faculty at Harvard for two years while working at McLean, the nation’s top free-standing psychiatric facility—a distinction it has held for more than a decade. Dr. Siu subsequently moved to New York City where in addition to having a private practice, he has been trained by MAPS in MDMA-assisted psychotherapy and provides ketamine facilitated psychotherapy.

A new year and a new conversation!  In this episode we are talking about alignment.  

-What does alignment mean?

-How can we use wellness to align, rather than all of these various wellness trends being just trends and not really anything we actively embody? 

-What are some of the tools we can use to truly be in alignment?  

-What do you see as the parts of us that need to align?

-How can some of the medications you have worked with be used to help us continue to learn, grow and align?  

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The Conscious Revolution with Jeff Olsen

In 1997, Jeff experienced a horrific automobile accident. The accident caused multiple life-threatening injuries, including crushing both his legs. He had 18 surgeries and spent six months in the hospital. His left leg was amputated above the knee. The most devastating outcome of the accident was the loss of his wife and youngest son, both…

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In 1997, Jeff experienced a horrific automobile accident. The accident caused multiple life-threatening injuries, including crushing both his legs. He had 18 surgeries and spent six months in the hospital. His left leg was amputated above the knee. The most devastating outcome of the accident was the loss of his wife and youngest son, both killed instantly. Overwhelmed by the injuries his body suffered, Jeff had a profound near-death experience in which he met his wife on the other side, who told him he couldn’t stay and had to return. Having that glimpse into heaven gave him the courage he needed to carry on and care for his living son. He has since remarried and adopted two more sons. According to Jeff’s website, his greatest joy comes from being a husband and father. His mission is to assist people in consciously embracing who they are and the connection they share with others and the universe.

Today’s episode addresses: 

-The bubble of consciousness that we are on the cusp of right now. 

-How we can incorporate consciousness into our everyday life even if we have never had and NDE

-the interconnectedness between us all

-How Jeff’s experience as a homeless man helped him to see into the eyes of humanity.  

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Live Your Life Backward

Dr. Robbins explores what it truly means to embody what is important in life.  At the end of last season, Dr. Robbins shared  her deeply personal eulogy of her grandmother, to inpsire and invoke you to live your life from a place of consciousness and meaning.  Today, Dr. Robbins shares the inspirational eulogy of her…

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Dr. Robbins explores what it truly means to embody what is important in life.  At the end of last season, Dr. Robbins shared  her deeply personal eulogy of her grandmother, to inpsire and invoke you to live your life from a place of consciousness and meaning.  Today, Dr. Robbins shares the inspirational eulogy of her grandfather while encouraging your to think about how you can use this lens of death to truly illuminate your own life everyday.  

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Where it Began

New Year, New Season. Dr. Amy Robbins tells her story about what led her to start this podcast and how she started to open to the possibility that maybe when we die, we only die physically. And, perhaps, if we open to this possibility and embrace death, we can live a more meaningful and fulfilling…

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New Year, New Season. Dr. Amy Robbins tells her story about what led her to start this podcast and how she started to open to the possibility that maybe when we die, we only die physically. And, perhaps, if we open to this possibility and embrace death, we can live a more meaningful and fulfilling life.

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