5 Podcast Picks For Your Morning Commute
You may have an undiscovered, untapped resource in your life: the time you spend travelling to and from work. Enter Podcasts! Our modern digital library.
Our brains can utilize this time by listening to podcasts to stay in touch with developments in health, learn how to access spiritual knowledge and ideas that can activate our greatest potential, and find daily inspiration. The mind is the most powerful part of our lives, and if we feed it with information that expands us and helps us understand more about the world around us, we can use our morning commute to fuel our soul and step into the role of an agent of change.
Here are 5 of our top picks for podcasts by people who have unlocked the potential in many others by sharing their own journeys and interviewing some of the greatest minds on the planet. They are curators of consciousness exploration, biohacking, spiritual wisdom, and health. They are passionate about helping you live a life you love from different angles.
In today’s technology age, we are no longer separated from the greatest minds of our time because of our ability to share our lives with each other through the internet and social media. Podcasts are one way that successful, happy people are able to share the way they think and live with us so that we can truly get to know what works for them and apply it to our lives.
5 Podcasts That Will Change Your Life
There are podcasts on any topic you’d like to learn about whether you are into cooking, design, art, health, spirituality and many more areas of personal interest. These podcasts are free and are the library of the modern age. Plus you can hear the voices of the authors which allow you to digest the information emotionally as well as intellectually.
Shaman Durek’s Ancient Wisdom Today
Shaman Durek is a third generation shaman who works to empower women specifically but also men. He has a very relatable communication style so that you can easily apply his advice to your life. If you feel like you want to push through barriers in your mind and shed your own mental conditioning to find your inner power, join his digital tribe and allow him to guide you to a new way of thinking. He is one of the most loving and hard working thought leaders of our time who isn’t afraid to say the truth. He even offers private consultations and healings while travelling the world and teaching people to awaken their power. Shaman Durek has been a key influence in my own life and I highly recommend his work.
Casey Neistat’s Couples Therapy with Candice and Casey
Casey Neistat is a filmmaker and one of the original YouTube content creators that went viral. His podcast with his wife is an honest look at friendship, parenting, and how they have weathered the storms. He is extremely transparent and open about his life, during which he has overcome many setbacks and gone on to become very happy as well as able to help people. He is someone who always does the right thing and is superbly kind even though he is famous and rich. His creativity is essentially unlocked and he loves to share how he operates to help inspire people to love their life and explore new ways of thinking. If you feel your creativity needs to be released, please check out his podcast or even his videos on YouTube. Casey has influenced some of the nicest and happiest people I know!
David Asprey’s Bulletproof Radio
David is the founder of Bulletproof which revolutionized the world of biohacking. He essentially made coffee with MCT oil and butter, and millennials found that it gave them great energy. He now has a line of supplements that help you perform optimally mentally and physically. His podcast involves him interviewing other biohacking experts so that you can unlock your own energy by understanding how your body works on a very intricate level. If you’re interested in cognitive enhancement and nutrition you will learn a lot from him and his guests. Many successful and empowered friends of mine highly recommend David’s work.
Daniel Vitalis’ Rewild Yourself Podcast
This podcast has been influential in my journey since I ran into Daniel Vitalis who was a speaker at the Bulletproof convention. I noticed when I met him that his energy was uncanny and much higher than most. The things he spoke of were revolutionary and I was immediately drawn to his work which discusses how quickly Americans have been dumbed down and pacified in the age of technology. He promotes getting back to nature and connecting to water, fire, earth and air through an un-learning of the norms of modern society. He is also a biohacker and interviews incredible authors and thought leaders of our time. He isn’t afraid to tackle any subject and his podcast if food for those who want to be free and wild.
Aubrey Marcus’ Podcast
When I met Aubrey, he was curious about how to improve his athleticism and open to hearing my own insights about the writing process as he was writing his book. He was humble and didn’t act like a know-it-all, even though he knows a lot! I was impressed by his friendliness and down-to-earth mentality; his level of openness shows a new type of leadership style developing in our country. His podcast asks how we find our purpose and wake up to who we are. He interviews many philosophers of our time and uses his sense of humour to keep it from being dry and boring. He has a line of high-end supplements for cognitive enhancement and has often talked about spirituality, functional movement, and sexuality.
Oral tradition has been a part of human history for centuries. Now we can share stories from virtually anywhere, allowing us to evolve as a species together so that we can all awaken to the perspectives that heal us and allow us to make decisions that will guide our culture to a more peaceful and healthy place. The more we open our minds to good information from leaders and people who care, the more we become those leaders ourselves.
If our thoughts truly do affect reality, as some quantum physics experts believe, perhaps storytelling does have a powerful affect on group consciousness. Perhaps storytellers like Jesus, Buddha, Gandhi, and Mother Teresa are no different than these podcasters who reach their audience not on foot, but over airwaves. Perhaps the shift of global consciousness happens when just one person at a time hits play on their way to work.