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Episode 115: A Zen approach to conflict mediation – cultivating the unbiased mind

Episode 115: A Zen approach to conflict mediation – cultivating the unbiased mind

In this episode I have the delight of connecting with Diane Musho Hamilton from the US. She is an experienced conflict mediator, Zen teacher and integral practitioner, and is also the author of Everything is Workable – A Zen Approach to Conflict. I’m also joined by my dear friend and co-host Anders Asphaug from Norway

Episode 85: Bearing witness to the killing and torture of children in Syria

Episode 85: Bearing witness to the killing and torture of children in Syria

In this episode I connect with Hana Salama who works for the Oxford Research Group based in London, UK. The organization is a leading independent think-tank that pioneers the idea of sustainable approaches to security as an alternative to violent global confrontation. The group recently published a report […]

Should the practice of Aikido cause pain?

Should the practice of Aikido cause pain?

Editorial note: A short while ago I had an inspiring conversation with Chris Mc Cormac from Ireland. The podcast episode was about our common interest in how the practice of Aikido can support healing and growth. Together with Mary Hoban, Chris Mc Cormac has developed a therapeutic approach that is based on the principles and practices of Aikido (Aikido Therapy). […]

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Episode 82: Aikido therapy – creating harmony inside and out

Episode 82: Aikido therapy – creating harmony inside and out

In this episode I have the delight of connecting with Chris Mc Cormac from Ireland. He is the co-founder of Aikido Therapy, a therapeutic approach designed as a complimentary health therapy response to addictions, relationship difficulties, stress management, anxiety, bereavement, conflict resolution and more. In our dialogue Chris tells […]

Episode 59: Aikido and the art of creating a meeting

Episode 59: Aikido and the art of creating a meeting

In this episode I´m delighted to be joined by Jan Nevelius from Sweden who is one of my favorite teachers in aikido. Nevelius started practicing martial arts when he was 11 and since then he has pursued a whole range of asian healing arts, such as reiki, qi gong, shiatsu and acupuncture. He is now a 6th dan instructor in Aikikai and trains under both Endo sensei and Christian Tissier sensei […]

Episode 58: Insight Dialogue – an interpersonal path to freedom

Episode 58: Insight Dialogue – an interpersonal path to freedom

In this episode I have the pleasure of connecting with Gregory Kramer Ph.D. and Lucy Leu from the Metta Foundation, as we explore the emerging practice of Insight Dialogue. This relationally oriented form of meditation is based on the early teachings of the Buddha, but brings the qualities of mindfulness and […]

Episode 46: Collaborative Problem Solving – working with explosive children

Episode 46: Collaborative Problem Solving – working with explosive children

In this episode I speak with Dr. Ross Greene, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the originator of the Collaborative Problem Solving method. He is also responsible for the not-for-profit organization Lives in the Balance and has written several books, one being […]

Episode 43: The transformative approach to conflict

Episode 43: The transformative approach to conflict

In this episode I´m delighted to be joined by Dr. Joseph Folger, professor of Adult and Organizational Development at Temple University in Philadelphia. He´s also the author of a seminal book in the field of mediation, a book he co-wrote together with his colleague Robert A. Baruch Bush; The Promise of Mediation […]