So what happened on last week’s show? Lian was with Craig Polsfuss, MA, LP, MSW, LICSW (Emeritus), an Integral Psychologist with three decades of experience. Craig has advanced training and is a published national leader in both the Three Principles psycho-spiritual (non-religious) understanding and the Higher Brain Living neuroscience “New Human” program. In this show, which is a follow-up to our last conversation about Why turning on your higher brain is the answer to happiness, we spoke about what Craig’s understanding of history of the human mind – how our brain has evolved over time, why we have a higher brain, how our brains actually work, and what we can learn from some indigenous cultures still living on the planet today.
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And this week’s show is with Dave Booda, a writer, teacher and musician. He is the co-founder of IntimacyFest, an annual festival in Southern California that celebrates connection, sexual self-expression and community. He writes weekly at Boodaism.com and his work has been featured on ABC, NBC, National Geographic, Elephant Journal, Good Men Project and Thought Catalog. He is the host of three podcasts, Dude Panel Radio, Darken the Page and Boodaism.
In this show we spoke about one of Dave’s real passions… intimacy. How can we be with each other deeply and experience this thing we all want?
I’d love to know what YOU think about this week’s show. Let’s carry on the conversation… please leave a comment below.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- Playing the game ‘What’s between us?’ allows us to see all of the stuff that’s getting in the way of us feeling close to someone.
- We often do things as a way to get intimacy but it’s something that we can all have very naturally anyway.
- Our beliefs about sex (both as a society and personally) are often the thing that most gets in the way of intimacy.
Resources and stuff that we spoke about:
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