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Source Breathwork: the life-changing power of breathwork for emotional and trauma release, with Charlie Moult

Season 3, Ep. 6

Today on the podcast we have Charlie Moult. Charlie works in the field of breathwork and she is a 1-1 and group breathwork facilitator and the founder of Source, a Breathwork membership. After a life changing experience on a retreat, Charlie was inspired to start training in therapeutic Breathwork practices and eventually she quit her full time job as a Chiropractor to focus on guiding transformational breath journeys for emotional and trauma release.  

She’s been featured on the BBC (radio) and The Sunday Times and has worked with everyone from corporate sessions with Google to alongside shamans on retreats in Mexico. The purpose of her work is to provide a safe space to experience the healing power of the breath.

We talk about what breathwork actually is, how different techniques works, human design, what it means when people say ‘the body keeps the score’, and how you know when you’re on your path. I hope you enjoy!

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Building a 50-year passion project: Vanishing Asia, with Kevin Kelly.

Sign up to the Out of Hours newsletter here.Today on the podcast we have Kevin Kelly - the founding editor of Wired Magazine. He co-founded Wired in 1993, and served as its Executive Editor for its first 7 years. He's also:-Written a New York Times bestseller on technology and written books on the economy and on decentralization. - Been the publisher and editor of Whole earth Catalogue - an American counterculture magazine.- Founded the popular Cool Tools website in 2003, which has published a cool tool every day for past 18 years. - Co-chair of the Long Now Foundation - which aims to provide a counterpoint to what it views as today's "faster/cheaper" mindset and to promote "slower/better" thinking.Kevin Kelly also has another side project - spanning over the past 50 years - where he has travelled to 35 Asian countries photographing the disappearing cultural traditions - and recently he put his curated works in a book called ‘Vanishing Asia’.Today we talk about everything from how and why he writes (and why he’s different from Neil Stephenson, the author of Snowcrash, who has to write every day). We also talk about why he’s interested in crypto and projects that don’t make sense, why he believes the centre of gravity of culture will move to Asia, why becoming too big as a company or too good at a skill holds you back, and why he wants to be a youtube star. I hope you enjoy!Buy Vanishing Asia here or check out Kevin Kelly's site.Or, sign up to the Out of Hours newsletter here, or email hello [at] outofhours.org.