Best Liberated From Anxiety podcasts we could find (Updated August 2019)
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Expert sex advice, proven techniques and candid conversation from The Pleasure Mechanics. Discover how to have the sex you crave! Like Savage Lovecast? You’ll love Speaking of Sex!
 
All the free audio material Dr. Miller has published, including news updates, timely messages, audio articles, as well as all the free guided imagery, meditation, and self-hypnosis experiences. All the episodes of his weekly radio show, Conversations with Extraordinary People, are here, as well as answers to your questions on Ask Dr. Miller. A treasure trove of amazing facts and powerful Software for the Mind to help you Change Your Mind, Change Your Life. Many of Dr. Miller’s radio shows, i ...
 
Whether you are just beginning your healing journey or are well on your way to total well-being, you will find a wealth of information and recorded experiences here to support your efforts. You’ll learn ways to optimize health and performance for yourself, friends, or clients/patients as well as how to apply these tools at a family, community, or global level. You will find articles by Dr. Miller, conversations with remarkable people, free meditations, and audio and video recordings for self ...
 
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Love & Liberation
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A podcast about relationship and consciousness: exploring and sharing wisdom and methods to relate with ourselves, each other and our greater world. Listen to conversations and musings on spiritual philosophy, intimacy, communication, and the many pathways to becoming more free, connected, curious, joyful and fulfilled. Hosted by Olivia Clementine
 
Join Dr. Miller for conversations with thought leaders, health and wellness experts, and global activist from a variety of fields. You will find valuable tools for healing at every level, from the personal to the planetary. With experts from fields ranging from science and medicine to philosophy and spirituality, Dr. Miller explores ancient wisdom, recent advances in transformational technology, practical tips for self-healing, and guidance for awakening your personal and collective wisdom. ...
 
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Own it Babe
Monthly
 
Struggling with food and your body image? Feeling guilty about eating delicious foods? Constantly struggling to accept your body and on the hunt for the next lifestyle diet? If you are fed up with obsessing over food and your body, look no further. Welcome to Own it Babe, a Podcast that helps you make peace with food and your body, explore your real purpose and passion in life and liberate yourself from the constant pressure of our weight-obsessed society.
 
Big Ideas brings you the best of talks, forums, debates, and festivals held in Australia and around the world, casting light on the major social, cultural, scientific and political issues
 
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The RobCast
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The RobCast is a weekly podcast by Rob Bell
 
Best-selling sports author and noted Trump antagonist, Molly Knight, gives listeners a humorous, informative, and cathartic space to deal with all the ways in which Donald Trump is wreaking havoc on their lives. It will feature guests ranging from celebrities, to physicians, to professional athletes, to Molly’s next door neighbors. Molly promises to provide a platform for rational human beings to laugh until they cry, and cry until they laugh, until Trump and Pence are out of the White House ...
 
Grace On Fire is a podcast dedicated to forging a third way in bringing the Gospel to the Gay Community. Hosted by Dr. Jonathan G. Smith, a.k.a "the Rev'd Dr. Smitty," his passion is applying God's grace to life's most challenging problems. Driven by this passion and a desire to see Reformed Evangelicals lead the way as ambassadors of grace to Gay Christians, Grace On Fire is a podcast to guide the next generation to love LGBTQ+ people and families in the church.
 
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Erotic massage is one of the most exquisite erotic experiences we have ever known – and it is how we fell in love with one another! Ready to unlock the power of your erotic touch skills? Click here for the Erotic Touch Mastery bundle (with a secret podcast only discount!) In this episode, we share our love story with erotic massage. For the yea ...…
 
Since 2013 all asylum seekers who arrive by boat have been diverted to offshore detention and processing. Successive Australian governments say they'll never be re-settled in Australia. About nine hundred asylum seekers remain on Manus Island and Nauru. What is their future and the future of our refugee policy?…
 
The Banking Royal Commission revealed evidence of shocking misconduct, fraud and even crime within banking, superannuation and financial services industry. Adele Ferguson sparked the inquiry with her investigative stories and she takes you behind the scenes of how the royal commissions started and what she thinks should happen next.…
 
Preserving Australia's Indigenous languages and the mystery of human language.By ABC Radio National.
 
30 years ago, in Queensland, the landmark Fitzgerald Report was handed down. Does it still provide a roadmap for greater public integrity and transparency?By ABC Radio National.
 
Do you struggle with the small text on your phone screen or strain to hear voicemail messages? Technology throws up problems for everyone but if you have a disability poor design can exclude you from using all kinds of devices. How do we promote inclusive design which gives access to everyone?By ABC Radio National.
 
Jenny Macklin held many social policy portfolios over her long political career. As Minister for Disability Reform in the Gillard government she ushered in the NDIS. Jenny talks about the process of winning support for big social policy changes.By ABC Radio National.
 
Former Minister for Disability Reform Jenny Macklin describes the creation of the NDIS and designing technology with disability in mind.By ABC Radio National.
 
We talk about mental illness more than we ever have. But the funding and services just aren’t there compared to the system which looks after our physical health. So why is there this huge disparity when the need is so great? Political spin doctor, Alastair Campbell, talks about the politics of mental health and his own battle with depression.…
 
In an age when you can be sacked for an inflammatory tweet, people are asked to sign ‘morality clauses’ and media ownership remains in the hands of a select few, it seems that the powerful are increasingly able to redraw the boundaries of free speech.By ABC Radio National.
 
Dava Sobell discusses the unheralded women scientists of the Harvard College observatory who changed our understanding of the universeBy ABC Radio National.
 
The post Born Gay? Answers to BIG Questions | GOF 99 appeared first on Grace Nation with Dr. Jonathan G. Smith.By Grace On Fire Podcast | Grace Nation with Dr. Jonathan G. Smith.
 
In part 1 of our interview with Joseph Kramer, we learned about how he grew up as a masturbation loving gay boy in the Catholic church and left the Jesuits after receiving his first massage. We discovered the origins of the erotic embodiment practices he gathered as he explored a new way of sharing sexuality amongst his gay male community at th ...…
 
The stay-at-home mum and the breadwinner dad is a distant memory for most modern parents. And in the 1950s who could imagine paid parental leave and subsidized child care? Three historians weigh up the impact of public policy on Australian families.By ABC Radio National.
 
Why did the Weimar Republic fail to make Germany democratic? There are lessons to be learned for the future of democracy in the 21st century.By ABC Radio National.
 
Colonial social scientists appropriated the artefacts and wrote the cultural history of dispossessed people. To advance reconciliation, archaeologists and anthropologists are now working in partnership with first nations.By ABC Radio National.
 
Scott Morrison is possessed of certainty. Bill Shorten is insecure. This helps explain why the Coalition was re-elected, and why Labor lost. So says writer, Erik Jensen.By ABC Radio National.
 
Meet our great erotic mentor, Joseph Kramer, Ph.D. and hear the story of how a gay boy born into a Catholic family followed his path to become an erotic pioneer and visionary. Joseph Kramer, Ph.D. In this intimate interview between student and mentor, Joseph Kramer shares his life story about discovering masturbation as a devout Catholic boy, l ...…
 
The importance and function of the human microbiome is just starting to be appreciated. It appears to have a much broader impact on our health than was previously thought.By ABC Radio National.
 
This FREE guided imagery experience is a perfect way to begin to learn to heal deeply. Because stress is such a major factor in our individual as well as collective illness and dysfunction, the most powerful tool in combating it is deep relaxation. Deep relaxation directly inhibits the brain neurons that cause the stress reaction and the result ...…
 
This FREE guided imagery experience is a perfect way to begin to learn to heal deeply. Because stress is such a major factor in our individual as well as collective illness and dysfunction, the most powerful tool in combating it is deep relaxation. Deep relaxation directly inhibits the brain neurons that cause the stress reaction and the result ...…
 
The kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s a magical place if you’re an oil-rich sheik. Not so magical if you’re a Saudi woman wanting personal autonomy. Women can now drive and attend sporting matches , thanks to the new Crown Prince. But has anything really changed? Two Saudi dissidents talk about the cost of challenging the system.…
 
A scientific career is based on getting published in peer reviewed academic journals. But this pressure increases the risk for scientists to employ flexible analytic and selective reporting practices. The Open Science movement calls for transparency of not just research results, but also research methods. And it begins with examining of how and ...…
 
Writer, Andrew Stafford, talks about how the outsider ethos of rock and roll helped define him, and how it’s been the soundtrack to his life through thick and thinBy ABC Radio National.
 
Does your pleasure ever feel stuck at “good enough” – and you can’t quite kick up the intensity when you want to? In this encore episode, we share a ton of techniques for amping up intensity while receiving stimulation. Here we are discussing the specific case of getting enough intensity during oral sex to reach orgasm – but the tips and strate ...…
 
We’re building more prisons and we imprison indigenous people at a much higher rate than the rest of society. Prison reformer Baz Dreisinger says it’s a similar picture around the world. Women are also now going to jail in greater numbers. What are the alternatives?By ABC Radio National.
 
Are we losing the connection to our ‘inner self’ with the constant notifications and distractions of digital media? Is solitude needed to nourish a rich inner life?By ABC Radio National.
 
Do you have a Maths brain? Eddie Woo, Maths teacher and Youtube sensation, believes everyone can learn Maths and it's a critical life skill in the twenty-first century.By ABC Radio National.
 
Australia was one of the first nations to launch a satellite into orbit. Does the recent establishment of an Australian Space Agency signal a re-entry into space related activities? What are the opportunities, and the constraints?By ABC Radio National.
 
Sex moves! From wild rides to subtle shudders, moving your body during sex is key to unlocking a wide range of erotic experiences. Do you give yourself permission to move freely, or do you sometimes feel stuck in place? In this episode, we explore the importance of movement during sex and give you ideas on how to get started exploring a wider v ...…
 
More power is concentrated inside Canberra’s Parliamentary Triangle than anywhere else. The Constitution doesn’t mention the Prime Minister but that office is where the power is. We look at how Prime Ministerial power has changed in the 21st Century. And, over the same time period, another part of the Canberra landscape has gained a huge range ...…
 
The industries and organisations that get what they want from government. In part two we stay in Canberra and look at the lobbyists, the industries and organisations most effective at getting what they want from the government. We also look at the revolving door between politicians and lobbyists.By ABC Radio National.
 
The different power players in each state. All six states are led by Premiers and have cabinets — they're the same. But they're also different. In part three, we look at the industries, groups and people who have power in each state, including mining peak bodies, radio shock-jocks, the AFL and poker machine operators.…
 
Union membership is a fraction of what it was but people power is finding a voice through new platforms and movements. People power has given us revolutions, political parties and unions. In part four we look at how people power is now helping to put a range of issues on the political agenda through new platforms, movements and voices in Parlia ...…
 
Put away the crystal ball. CSIRO's Data 61 has identified the digital megatrends of the next two decades. If you understand the changes ahead you can be the master of your own re-invention.By ABC Radio National.
 
We all have the travel bug and cheap airfares promote mass tourism. As you wait at the airport, climb on the tour bus or walk shoulder to shoulder through Venice, it feels like the whole world is on the move. Can the planet sustain this level of tourism or does the tourist industry need a new business model?…
 
It’s not unusual to have universities that are several hundreds of years old and still growing. What’s made universities such successful institutions? And can they endure faced with new challenges?By ABC Radio National.
 
Many low income Australians experience rental stress and can easily find themselves homeless. How do we make housing more affordable and accessible?By ABC Radio National.
 
What are you hungry for? What do you crave? What do you want so much you can taste it? The fabulous Dawn Serra joins us for a conversation about recovering a joyful relationship to pleasure, desire and hunger. We explore what food and sexuality have in common as arenas of experiencing and realms of both struggle and liberation. If you are ready ...…
 
The 25 Zero Project. Twenty-five mountains on the equator have glaciers at their peaks. Unless we slow down climate change, in twenty-five years there will be zero ice. 25 Zero.By ABC Radio National.
 
Making renewable energy reliable and affordable and glaciers disappear as climate change bites.By ABC Radio National.
 
The race is on to transition to a low-carbon economy. If we ditch fossil fuels will electricity and heating be even more expensive? Three energy specialists weigh up the pros and cons of solar, wind, hydro, biomass and hydrogen.By ABC Radio National.
 
The frozen confinement holds answers to the development of biodiversity, direct weather patterns across the world and is possibly our best indicator of climate change.By ABC Radio National.
 
Dogs can be trained to do all kinds of things and they have emotional intelligence. It's these characteristics which make them great companions for people with mental health conditions. But can therapy and assistance dogs heal hearts and minds?By ABC Radio National.
 
In today's episode our guest is Kylie McBeath. Some of what she shares includes: Surrendering and being committed to truth in relationship. Naming what we need Financial independence Not playing small Integrating all the parts of our self The motherwound Post divorce breakdown and revelation Fighting versus conflict Aggression versus clean ange ...…
 
Stan Grant tells Paul Barclay we live in age of grievance, where identity divides, rather than unites, us. He believes liberal values still matter, and changing the date of Australia Day would be a mistake.By ABC Radio National.
 
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