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Listening to the conversations Jason has with people is an enriching experience. His down to earth, insightful awareness shapes the conversations he has with his guests, and makes understanding how our minds create our experience a felt, accessible experience. I always come away feeling refreshed and calm, touched by the magic of what is illuminated.
This is quickly becoming one of my favorite podcasts! I love listening to the thought leaders in the 3p community and always come away with a new nugget of wisdom after each episode. Jason holds space and conversation in such an open, honest and curious way that seems to really draw out beautiful insights from each guest.
I love this podcast! The guests Jason has on are fantastic - insightful and interesting. I love his interviewing style. He’s real, he allows the guests to speak without interrupting the flow, but also brings the discussion back to grounded, real life examples. The interviews have helped me see different aspects of the 3Ps and my understanding has deepened. Thank you Jason!
Thankyou Jason for this amazing podcast. My favourite 3ps podcast! Highly recommend this podcast for those wanting to reach an understanding of how we are all can rediscover our own innate mental health. Jason has a humble and honest interview style that is so engaging. Give it a try you won’t regret it!
I've just discovered this, and I love it. I discovered Jason on Amy Johnson's podcast - she interviewed him, and I liked his authenticity, and found his journey inspiring and fascinating. So glad I found this. Great guests and illuminating conversations that I'm finding helpful.
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Misunderstandings of the Mind launched 3 years ago and published 40 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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