Life: What's In It For Me?

Feed By: Phil Baulch
Subtitle: Phil and special guests
Summary: For most of us, life in the twenty-first century often feels frantic and stressful. Sometimes life feels like one constant drama; as Winston Churchill said "life is just one damn thing after another". What if we could connect with the underlying stillness behind the drama? What if we could develop the ability to witness events with a moment by moment awareness? This is the aim of Mindfulness practice. Listen in every Thursday at 1.00PM as we discuss the troubles of our modern world the economy, energy, the environment, and our declining levels of reported happiness. On the show, we use a short mindfulness exercise to contrast the drama of the measurable, contrived, relative world with the peace of the immeasurable, un-contrived, absolute world.
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Title: Life, What's in it for me?
Author: Andrew Percy and Phil Baulch
Subtitle: Phil Baulch, a story of epiphany and life change
Summary: Andrew interviews Phil about his life changing epiphany and how it changed his life in a profound way.
Published: Mon, 18 Sep 2017 9:56 PM
Duration: 45:30
Download: 2016-03-17 With Andy and Phil.mp3
Title: Life, What's in it for me?
Author: Phil Baulch
Subtitle: Interview with Tony Gleeson
Summary: Phil and Tony talk about the plight of Indigenous people and their history since the arrival of the British. Can we use technology to solve the problems created by technology? The unfolding tragedy of the human impact on nature. The ATA - Should it be the Appropriate Technology Association? Lithium batteries and the Congo. Shaun Chamberlin on surviving the future and why we'll need each other more and more.
Published: Tue, 5 Sep 2017 10:31 PM
Duration: 44:58
Download: 20170831 lwiifm.mp3
Title: Life, what's in it for me?
Author: Phil Baulch
Subtitle: Why Millennials aren't happy, Guest Wendy Klason
Summary:
Published: Thu, 24 Aug 2017 11:26 PM
Duration: 41:20
Download: 20170316 LWIIFM.mp3
Title: Life, what's in it for me?
Author: Phil Baulch
Subtitle: Is it OK to hate? Dick Smith's Fair Go Australia ad campaign. The value of trust.
Summary: We hear an example of what hate speech can sound like and talk about why its a growing phenomenon. We discuss why we need each other more than ever and hear from Charles Eisenstein. What is Dick Smith’s new $1million Fair Go Australia advertising campaign?
Published: Thu, 17 Aug 2017 11:25 PM
Duration: 45:16
Download: 20170817 lwiifm.mp3
Title: Life, what's in it for me?
Author: Phil Baulch
Subtitle: Emerging signs of energy descent, A critique of Mindfulness, Sacred Activist Andrew Harvey.
Summary: We discuss the predicted 30% fall in the building industry as a sign of energy descent. We review a critique of Mindfulness and hear from Sacred Activist Andrew Harvey.
Published: Fri, 11 Aug 2017 6:20 PM
Duration: 44:30
Download: 20170810 LWIIFM.mp3
Title: Labour dynamics report, Limits to Growth review, Compassion course
Author: Phil Baulch
Subtitle:
Summary: We take a look at the just released HILDA Australian Labour dynamics report and the affect of rising debt on young people. We look at the latest research update on the 1972 Limits to growth report.There's a reading from the Compassion course on-line which might break your heart. The Program includes a short Mindfulness practice.
Published: Mon, 7 Aug 2017 6:16 PM
Duration: 40:24
Download: 20170803 LWIIFM.mp3
Title: Syria and our energy Future
Author: Phil Baulch
Subtitle:
Summary: Nafeez Ahmed - Similarities between the plight of western civilisation and that of MENA countries. Recent book - Failing states, collapsing systems biophysical triggers of political violence by Nafeez Ahmed
Published: Sun, 30 Jul 2017 10:11 PM
Duration: 41:30
Download: 20170602 LWIFM.mp3
Title: Mark Allen interview
Author: Phil Baulch
Subtitle: Do we really have a housing crisis? The coming economic correction. Non-violent communication
Summary: Do we have a housing crisis when we have so many unoccupied dwellings? Unwinding the psycho-social debt when the coming economic correction occurs. An example of non-violent communication based on seeing the needs of the other person.
Published: Fri, 21 Jul 2017 2:20 PM
Duration: 0:00
Download: 20170720lwiifm.mp3
Title: Trump, Obama, Big Ag and Wordsmith, Kate Erlenbusch
Author: Phil Baulch
Subtitle:
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Published: Tue, 27 Jun 2017 6:38 PM
Duration: 0:00
Download: 2016-11-17 lwiifm.mp3
Title: Empathy the new invisible hand, Only love will save us from Climate Change
Author: Phil Baulch
Subtitle:
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Published: Thu, 22 Jun 2017 11:43 PM
Duration: 0:00
Download: 20170622 LWIIFM.mp3
Title: The post growth world and Permaculture
Author: Phil Baulch
Subtitle: Rowe Morrow Permaculture visits Geellong
Summary: In the 1960s, an average family with one income could own a modest home, a car , have a holiday somewhere nice, once a year¦. What has happened Our surplus has gone away, precarious employment, Gig economy
Published: Thu, 15 Jun 2017 9:54 PM
Duration: 0:00
Download: 20170615 LWIIFM.mp3
Title: Eco anxiety interview with Anna Kelly
Author: Phil Baulch
Subtitle: Coping with fear of not coping in the future
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Published: Fri, 9 Jun 2017 1:11 PM
Duration: 0:00
Download: 20170427lwifm.mp3
Title: Episode 25517
Author: Phil Baulch
Subtitle: Seeds of terror
Summary: what are the root causes of terrorism? What is the difference between religion and spirituality? Mindfulness practice helps us to be at peace with the world, however it presents.
Published: Thu, 1 Jun 2017 11:14 AM
Duration: 0:00
Download: 20170525 lwifm.mp3