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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Feb 21

The science of stress is more complex than ever before. New studies shed light on the fact that while emotional stressors are definitely part of the equation, “stress” must be viewed holistically in order to attain true well-being.Lack of sleep, the gut-mood connection, daily exposure to toxins, and even our stress mindsets are all components that tax our body, putting our health, longevity, and mental wellness at risk. The good news is, there are easy to implement techniques to hack your body’s biology in order to feel your best. Here are a few of our favorite biohack for stress free living.5 …

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The science of stress is more complex than ever before. New studies shed light on the fact that while emotional stressors are definitely part of the equation, “stress” must be viewed holistically in order to attain true well-being.Lack of sleep, the gut-mood connection, daily exposure to toxins, and even our stress mindsets are all components that tax our body, putting …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Feb 21

What follows is a transcript for the podcast: HomeGrown Humans – Wade Davis – Ethnobotany – Hosted by Jamie WhealTopics include the following:The Start of the Psychedelic EraHow Did Wasson Discover Psychedelic Mushrooms?The Innate Appetite in Taking HallucinogensAbout Psycho-Technologies Stories of Schultes and CastanedaPsychedelic Research & Indigenous CultureWhen Did the Linear Shift Happened in the Study of These Psychedelic Substances?Kogi Initiation RitualsStriking a Balance Between Modern Life & Indigenous WisdomThe Complexity of Different Cultures Throughout the WorldNew Book – Magedalena: River of DreamsThe Start of the Psychedelic EraJamie Wheal: Pow! All right! So Wade Davis is a Harvard-trained ethnobotanist, a National Geographic explorer …

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What follows is a transcript for the podcast: HomeGrown Humans – Wade Davis – Ethnobotany – Hosted by Jamie WhealTopics include the following:The Start of the Psychedelic EraHow Did Wasson Discover Psychedelic Mushrooms?The Innate Appetite in Taking HallucinogensAbout Psycho-Technologies Stories of Schultes and CastanedaPsychedelic Research & Indigenous CultureWhen Did the Linear Shift Happened in the Study of These Psychedelic Substances?Kogi Initiation RitualsStriking …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jan 21

What follows is a transcript for the podcast: The Science of the Brain & Consciousness – Deepak Chopra, MD, FACP – BrainAn Interview with Deepak Chopra, MD, FACPDEEPAK CHOPRA™ MD, FACP, founder of The Chopra Foundation, a non-profit entity for research on well-being and humanitarianism, and Chopra Global, a modern-day health company at the intersection of science and spirituality, is a world-renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation.  Chopra is a Clinical Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of California, San Diego and serves as a senior scientist with Gallup Organization. He is the author of …

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What follows is a transcript for the podcast: The Science of the Brain & Consciousness – Deepak Chopra, MD, FACP – BrainAn Interview with Deepak Chopra, MD, FACPDEEPAK CHOPRA™ MD, FACP, founder of The Chopra Foundation, a non-profit entity for research on well-being and humanitarianism, and Chopra Global, a modern-day health company at the intersection of science and spirituality, is a …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 22 Jan 21

The vagus nerve could be likened to the queen of the parasympathetic nervous system — a.k.a. the “rest and digest” — so the more we can do things that “stimulate” or activate it, like deep breathing, the more we offset the effects of the sympathetic nervous system and reduce cortisol levels.Ideally, within your autonomic nervous system, the tug of war between these two opposing mechanisms creates a “yin-yang” type of harmony marked by homeostatic balance.Unfortunately, the hectic paced, digital age we find ourselves living in causes our evolutionary biology to short-circuit by throwing our individual and collective nervous systems out …

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The vagus nerve could be likened to the queen of the parasympathetic nervous system — a.k.a. the “rest and digest” — so the more we can do things that “stimulate” or activate it, like deep breathing, the more we offset the effects of the sympathetic nervous system and reduce cortisol levels.Ideally, within your autonomic nervous system, the tug of war …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Jan 21

The Neurohacker team is made up of scientists, medical practitioners, biohackers, and health conscious creators sharing our knowledge and techniques to help optimize the quality of your life—beginning with your mind.Each year we research the latest neurohacking and biohacking trends and when we find a technique or tool that holds promise of increasing peak performance, we test that hack in our daily lives. Yes, we are more than simply a company named “Neurohacker,” we ARE neurohackers. Over the past year our team and members of the collective have tried numerous biohacks and we are excited to present you with our favorite …

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The Neurohacker team is made up of scientists, medical practitioners, biohackers, and health conscious creators sharing our knowledge and techniques to help optimize the quality of your life—beginning with your mind.Each year we research the latest neurohacking and biohacking trends and when we find a technique or tool that holds promise of increasing peak performance, we test that hack in …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Jan 21

What follows is a transcript for the podcast: HomeGrown Humans – Douglas Rushkoff – Team Human – Hosted by Jamie WhealThis episode was with Douglas Rushkoff. Futurist media theorist, prolific author of Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus, Team Human and a half a dozen other titles. MIT once called him one of the top 50 most influential intellectuals. And he is a sweet man, a dear friend, and a fascinating interview and conversationalist.We cover everything from Adolf Hitler and Aleister Crowley in a superhero cage match in a comic book that Doug once wrote to the emergence of crypto fascism …

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What follows is a transcript for the podcast: HomeGrown Humans – Douglas Rushkoff – Team Human – Hosted by Jamie WhealThis episode was with Douglas Rushkoff. Futurist media theorist, prolific author of Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus, Team Human and a half a dozen other titles. MIT once called him one of the top 50 most influential intellectuals. And he …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Jan 21

It’s that time of year again, time for New Year’s resolutions!  And yet, while many scoff at setting annual resolutions based on the failure rate attached to this premise, having a catalyst for self-reflection and growth is vital to success in both our personal and professional lives. One of our co-founders, Daniel Schmactenberger, recently put together a strategy and list of his favorite resources for creating successful New Year’s Resolutions, or better yet, life planning in general. Why a Life Planning Template for New Year’s Resolutions?A common denominator in every aspect of life is time. And your time is a fundamentally fixed …

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It’s that time of year again, time for New Year’s resolutions!  And yet, while many scoff at setting annual resolutions based on the failure rate attached to this premise, having a catalyst for self-reflection and growth is vital to success in both our personal and professional lives. One of our co-founders, Daniel Schmactenberger, recently put together a strategy and list of …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Jan 21

What follows is a transcript for the podcast: HomeGrown Humans – Helen Fisher, Ph.D. – Sexuality – Hosted by Jamie WhealTopics of the interview include: Why Do People Fall in Love?The Science Behind Match.comWhat Is the Notion of Slow Love? What Are the Top Five Things People Look for in a Partner?How Modern People Express SexualityMating in Hunter-Gather vs. Agrarian SocietiesThe Real Definition of MonogamyWhat is Polyamory?What Is the Capacity of Sexuality to Lead to Higher or Transcendent Experiences?Why Do People Fall in Love?Jamie Wheal: It’s my deep pleasure to get to welcome Dr. Helen Fisher, a fellow at the Kinsey Institute, the Senior …

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What follows is a transcript for the podcast: HomeGrown Humans – Helen Fisher, Ph.D. – Sexuality – Hosted by Jamie WhealTopics of the interview include: Why Do People Fall in Love?The Science Behind Match.comWhat Is the Notion of Slow Love? What Are the Top Five Things People Look for in a Partner?How Modern People Express SexualityMating in Hunter-Gather vs. Agrarian SocietiesThe Real Definition …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Jan 21

We asked the founder’s of Neurohacker Collective, “What is your morning routine?” because our morning routine (or lack thereof) tends to make or break our whole day. The most successful people have the habits that keep them consistently on track towards what is most meaningful to them. Starting the day off with positive habits creates a ripple effect through the whole day. We wanted to give you a glimpse into the morning routine of our very own at Neurohacker Collective, our co-founders Jordan Hall and James Schmachtenberger. Everyone benefits from a routine unique to them that contributes towards their own version …

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We asked the founder’s of Neurohacker Collective, “What is your morning routine?” because our morning routine (or lack thereof) tends to make or break our whole day. The most successful people have the habits that keep them consistently on track towards what is most meaningful to them. Starting the day off with positive habits creates a ripple effect through the …

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