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Do we have a life mantra that we meditate upon at every present moment? What is the philosophy that guides us towards our greater life goals and purpose not in the past or future, but in the "now?" Or what we like to call - your philosophy of now? In the podcast series created by ROOTS Media, we converse with thought leaders and innovators to learn about their philosophies of now. By going through candid and honest conversations about their journeys and ultimately their life mantras, we seek ...
 
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Today we speak with the founders of the Baithak Foundation, Dakshayani Athalye and Mandar Karanjkar! The foundation is a nonprofit based in Pune, India - but focuses on making Indian classical music accessible to all students regardless of their socio-economic background. The goal is to bring the essence of all Indian art and classical music to you…
 
We learn from Hanuman Dass. Another "Das" in our podcast! It's not a surprise because to be a das in Sanskrit means to serve. And like the other great guests, Hanuman Dass' very mission is to serve all people. The founder of Go Dharmic, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering individuals to help create positive social change throughout hum…
 
Today we learn from Pooja Bhale. An environmentalist, ecology warrior and social activist - all these words still don’t do justice what she is. At heart, she is a free spirit. She is the founder of The Protecterra Ecological Foundation, dedicated to creating a global society that respects nature, practices sustainability and comes together in solid…
 
Paediatric gastroenterologist Professor Marc Benninga. Prof Benninga or Marc as he prefers to be called, studied medicine at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. After receiving his Medical degree he worked as a research fellow at the department of paediatric gastroenterology and nutrition at the Academic Medical Centre in Amsterdam. He pe…
 
In today's episode we speak with Acharya Prashant. He is an acclaimed Vedanta exegete and author of over 80 books, including the National Bestseller 'Karma – Why Everything You Know About it is Wrong'. An alumnus of IIT-Delhi, IIM-Ahmedabad and a former Civil Services officer, he is an exponent of pure Vedantic wisdom, a vocal warrior against super…
 
Welcome to another Episode of Talking Gut. Todays talk is about Entero-stomal Therapy. My two guests today are both Stomal therapy nurses at the Epworth Hospital in Richmond Melbourne. Jackie Berryman is one of two Stomal Therapy Nurses at Epworth Richmond. Jackie came to nursing later in life after many years within the corporate world. She utiliz…
 
In this episode, we speak with the popular and acclaimed yoga instructor and author. Ira Trivedi. She has truly become a pathbreaker in the yoga community with her ability to make spiritual philosophy and practice engaging for the modern world. After her own journey exploring the world of Hinduism and yoga, writing books about feminism and human em…
 
Welcome to another Episode of Talking Gut, and today I have the honour of presenting someone a person I deeply respect, Prof Lin Chang. I met prof Chang many years ago while she was visiting Melbourne to present at ANGMA, The Australasian Neurogastroenterolgy and Motility Association conference, and again during DDW conference in Chicago and San Di…
 
Welcome to Season 4, of The Talking Gut Podcast show. Wow, It’s been a long time and a lot has happened in the world since my last post, but I am excited to say I am back!, Back with new and truly fascinating episodes about the gut. Todays topic is Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder or ARFID. Its an episode that has been in the making for so…
 
In this episode, Sri M, the yogi, mystic and spiritual teacher guides us through a wide range of philosophical discussions. The Padma Bhushan recipient speaks to us honestly about his spiritual journey, from being a wandering monk in the Himalayas, to his guru's teachings to what he discovered about true yoga. The Satsang Foundation founder speaks …
 
Our Christmas special! In today's episode, we speak with the legendary kirtan singer, Krishna Das. Known for his numerous devotional song albums, the founder of the Kirtan Wallah Foundation speaks to us candidly and honestly about his spiritual journey. The Grammy-nominated artist speaks about his own life hurdles, personal life lessons from his gu…
 
We speak with the phenomenal singer and musician, Shashaa Tirupati. With instant hits and classics like Vaan, Kanha, Phir Bhi Tumko Chahunga, The Humma Song and Khulke Jeene Ka, the star has taken India by storm having won a National Film Award! But in this conversation, we go deeper as usual. We learn about the singer's multicultural and unique ba…
 
In this episode, we learn from the yogi, popular musician and former monk - Raghunath Cappo. Cappo achieved success early in his life, leading a punk rock band, Youth of Today, which championed the ideals of vegetarianism, clean living and self-control, to a reach of thousands of fans. Eventually, Cappo went on a spiritual journey to India, becomin…
 
The director of Hindi film classics like 'Rang De Basanti,' and 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag,' Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra sat down with us to talk about his journey in to filmmaking, his fondest memories while making his movies and why he sees his movies as mirrors. With his latest film, 'Toofan,' starring Farhan Akhtar, the masterful artist talks to us about …
 
Welcome to another episode of Talking Gut Todays episode is slightly different, It specifically created for Coeliac Australia as part of their 2020 Gluten Free Expo which unfortunately did not going head as an in person. Hopefully this year it will back to somewhat normal The team at Coeliac Australia do a fantastic job in supporting their members …
 
Thank you for tuning into another episode of Talking Gut! In today’s episode I sat down and talked to Dr Zina Valaydon on Hepatology and the Liver. Dr Zina Valaydon is a consultant gastroenterologist and hepatologist. She is the head of the Hepatology service at the Western Hospital in Melbourne Australia. Zina graduated from The University of Melb…
 
We learn from Rameshwar Das, the dear friend of spiritual leader Ram Dass and disciple of renowned guru and yogi, Neem Karoli Baba. An artist and author, Das talks about his own spiritual journey, most intimate moments with his guru in India and best memories of Ram Dass.We dive into his latest book, “Being Ram Dass,” a memoir which he co-authored …
 
Welcome to another episode of talking gut, where I get the opportunity to interview leading expert in the fascinating area of the gut and related Systems. In today’s interview, I had the wonderful pleasure to sit and talk to Dr Linda Nguyen, Neurogastroenterologist and motility specialist in California USA Dr Nguyen is the Clinical Director of Stan…
 
We speak with Jeffrey Alan Henderson, the pathbreaking designer, engineer and entrepreneur. He has worked with brands like Nike, Yeezy, Cole Haan and more. Realizing the need for social impact in his community, he used his design expertise and passion to create initiatives like goodthin.gs and NiinetyNine Products, designing shoes for and schools a…
 
We speak with Roopa Pai, the acclaimed children’s author. Having written more than 15 books ranging from a fantasy series, the Taranauts, to the Crossword Award-winning book, The Gita For Children, she has proven to be a trailblazer in children’s writing. In this conversation, we speak about her love and dedication to children’s writing, how she st…
 
Hello everyone, and welcome back to The Talking Gut Podcast. Its been a long long time since our last episode and Im excited to be back for season 3. Season 3 is jam packed full of some really exciting and interesting talks with leading health professionals in the area of Gastroenterology and related systems . Topics covered include gastroparesis A…
 
Today we speak with Dr. Fritjof Capra. An Austrian born theoretical quantum physicist who has done research at the likes of Stanford Linear Accelerator, University of California Santa Cruz, and University of Paris. Through his notable books, Tao of Physics and Turning Point, he was one of the first scientist to draw similarities from and highlight …
 
Samuel Freedman, a former Pulitzer Prize finalist and New York Times writer for the On Religion column, speaks to us about the modern news landscape and navigating through the clutter of fake news. The professor of Media Ethics at the Columbia University School of Journalism tells us about the role of news and transparent reporting during the curre…
 
We speak with one of India's most popular and talented singers today, Sid Sriram. Sriram, born in Chennai but raised in the U.S., fell in love with both worlds of music at a young age. Learning Carnatic music from a lineage of classical artists while being exposed to R&B and soul music in America, the singer graduated from the Berklee School of Mus…
 
We speak with Nandita Das, the acclaimed filmmaker and actor and former Cannes Film Festival jury member. Celebrated for her path breaking roles and directorial ventures in films, Das has allowed her films to be a voice to speak out about issues that matter. Whether it be the National Film Award-winning film Firaaq or the critically-acclaimed film …
 
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Christian Braneon, a scientist at the NASA Goddard Institute of Space Studies and a visiting professor in the Environmental Science Department at Barnard College. His work outside of academia is focused on stakeholder engagement, satellite imagery and climate projections. He speaks to us about the urban heat islan…
 
Our guest today, Dr. Pamela Wisniewski, is the Task Force Chair at the University of Central Florida’s Socio-Technical Interaction Lab and a professor at the university’s Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department. Much of her research focuses on the threats and impact of social media on youth and adolescents. From mental health struggl…
 
A former monk for 15 years in India and New York City, Pandit Dasa gives talks and teaches classes on yoga, mindfulness, meditation, resilience and stress management. From being a child of the American Dream to facing the reality of the ups and downs life very early to then becoming a monk and now a speaker, teacher, and author, Dasa speaks with us…
 
Our guest this episode is Dr. Christopher Emdin, Director of Science Education at the Teachers College in Columbia University. A researcher in urban education and the founder of the HipHopEd movement, Emdin has built programs to help educators create a positive impact in classrooms for students to learn subjects in creative ways like rap and hip ho…
 
One of the most reputed consciousness theorists and neuroscientists in the world, Dr. Allan Combs talks about his journey. Having written over 200 books, articles, and chapters on consciousness and the complexity of the mind, Dr. Combs tells us about his spiritual journey, mysteries surrounding the root of human awareness, and why he believes learn…
 
Dr. Diane Hughes, professor of Applied Psychology at NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Development, and Education, tells us about her research into the impact discrimination and racism on teens and adolescents. Along with her personal journey into the field of psychology, Dr. Hughes helps us understand the cause and impact of the modern racial di…
 
In todays episode I have the wonderful pleasure to talk to Dr Antonina Mikocka-Walus. Dr Antonina Mikocka-Walus is a registered psychologist and Associate Professor in the School of Psychology at Deakin University in Melbourne. She completed her PhD in Psycho-gastroenterology at the University of Adelaide and has since worked at Monash University, …
 
In todays episode I had the pleasure to talk to Tina Aswani Omprakash from Own your Own Crohns. Tina is someone who was diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease 13 years ago and has gone on to become an IBD Blogger and patient advocate. Not only has Tina needed to deal with Crohns disease, but also an additional 22 diagnoses including gastroparesi…
 
In our first episode, we speak with Swami Sarvapriyananda, the Head Monk at the Ramakrishna Mission's Vedanta Society of New York. The swami, popular for his viral lecture videos, tells us his take on the most pressing issues that we face today, what we can learn from the COVID-19 pandemic, and what today's youth can do develop spiritually.…
 
Dr Rachael Coakley, Ph.D., is the Director of Clinical Innovation and Outreach in Pain Medicine in the Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital. She is also an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Coakley specializes in teaching children, adolescents and parents effective strategies to co…
 
A big welcome back to Prof Douglas Drossman, worlds leading Gastroenterologist in Functional Digestive Disorders/Disorders of Gut Brain Interaction! In todays episode we talked about What is patient centred care? Should the patient be the judge of patient centred care and why? What are the key definitions relating to communication? How and why effe…
 
Dr Tye-Din is a gastroenterologist with a clinical and research interest in Coeliac disease. He heads the Coeliac Research Lab at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, runs a Coeliac clinic at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. His PhD employed feeding studies to characterise…
 
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