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In the medical community, the term "anecdotal evidence" is used dismissively. But our lives as we live and experience them can be thought of as the stories we're writing every day. In his work as a psychiatrist, Daniel Johnson, MD has been deeply moved by the healing stories that have been shared with him over the years. Join him from his home in Asheville, NC where he shares long-form conversatons exploring the interesting and inspiring aspects to life's growth. His guests include practitio ...
 
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In this episode I sift through the anthology of conversations and reflect on what I've learned from the podcast. A special thank you to all of our guests; I'm filled with gratitude for this experience and I hope this provides a little inspiration for 2017 and beyond. Well wishes and many blessings. Daniel Johnson, MD…
 
I'm super excited to send you a Christmas present from the Anecdotal Evidence. This is my conversation with the local musician, Chris Wilhelm. I sat down with Chris way back in February of this year for a conversation about music and the healing pathways into our being that it opens up. It was special for me in that Chris and I share a lot in commo…
 
Thanks for checking out Anecdotal Evidence. I'm very excieted to share this week's episode with my conversation with Dr. Angela Hind. I had the good fortune of meeting Angela earlier this year after reading an article about fluoride in the local Mountain Xpress. Fluoridating our water supply is a very controversial issue that stirs up charged debat…
 
Thanks for checking out Anecdotal Evidence. I'm very excited to share this week's episode with Bhante UJotika Bhivamsa. Bhante is a Buddhist monk who teaches meditation at Serenity Insight Meditation Center here in Asheville. He is originally from Burma where he was raised in the Theravada Buddhist tradition. He has dedicated his life to learning, …
 
Hello and Happy Labor Day! As we embark on another change in seasons, I hope you've enjoyed your summer and are looking forward to fall. The last few episodes of the podcast have been dedicated to my experiences from Insight India 2016. This trip was founded and led by Indu Arora. We traveled to several cities in India to learn from great teachers …
 
Insight India 2016 pushed me out out my comfort zone and challenged me to open my mind. It was an immersion in a distant country with different culture and customs. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to see this part of the world and to feel the impact of how an experience of a different culture changed me. Part of how I felt that was the…
 
For the next installment from the series on my recent trip to India, I'd like to share my personal experience with these emotions in Vrindavan. AE022 - 9 Emotions in Vrindavan Vrindavan is the ancient Indian city where it's said that the Hindu Lord Krishna spent his childhood days. There are many temples dedicated to Krishna in Vrindavan and we had…
 
The second lecture from Siddhartha Krishna given to the Insight India 2016 group. This lecture was given on March 21, 2016 in Rishikesh, India. Siddhartha elaborates on how technology affects the future of yoga and expounds on Vedic philosophy.
 
Recording on the banks of the Ganges in Rishikesh, India March22, 2016. In this episode I shared what the first portion ofour trip was like, and serves as an introduction to the wholeexperience of Insight India. Specifically I share how ourgroup was introduced to the intricate symbolism and meaning ofIndian culture, and how learning of the Hindu my…
 
In this episode I detail what I've learned from recent conversations with guests. In particular I focus on the relationship of faith and healing and explore the value of the word, "participation." Finally, in a sad note, I take a few moments to reflect on the life of Edgar Mitchell, one of my heroes and inspirations for the podcast. He passed on Fe…
 
Rob Wergin shares how he arrived in Asheville to practice his unique approach to the process of transformation. He opens up frankly about the difficulties and struggles he faced that led him to discover deeper meanings to his own life. It's a compelling story that points to the great mystery of our human condition, and I hope you enjoy what he shar…
 
Caroline shares with me how she was drawn to a career as a Presbyterian minister, and the continuing journey she has led her to Chinese medicine as well. She shares what she has learned from these very different disciplines - including how they may complement each other.
 
Hello and thanks for checking out Anecdotal Evidence! Cricket Greer, MA, LPCA, LMBT has been involved with the healing arts for 26 years. She presently works in the fields of counseling and massage. In psychotherapy she draws most heavily from relational psychoanalytic, psychodynamic, humanistic, transpersonal, and somatic approaches. She works wit…
 
"Cosmic Conversations" is a book of interviews conducted by the astronomer and physicist Stephan Martin. For this episode Dan and Stephabn have their own cosmic conversation about man's search for meaning and how it fits into our health journey. . Chapters:00:00:00 Intro 00:04:10 Stargazing in Florida 00:14:07 Elaborations on Allurement 00:21:44 Ph…
 
Eddie LeShure is a senior teacher of mindfulness meditation in Asheville. And in today's episode he shares an incredible story of overcoming adversity in harrowing circumstances. Fortunately it's more than just an anecdote - it shaped his healing path. In today's episode Eddie tells the story of how he was in the Attica state prison in New York dur…
 
Taking care of women is the passion of Saraswati Markus for over 20 years as a Chinese medicine gynecologist and Daoyogini. At Asheville’s Nourishing Life Center of Health, she describes the platform of healing as resonance with her students and patients. She explores the intersection where health meets consciousness. We met for a conversation earl…
 
In our conversation Lewis shares some of his interesting experiences which began with a difficult childhood experience growing up in South Florida. From there he served in the army band during the Vietnam War, edited numerous magazines, ran marathons, taught elementary school - and even designed a New York Times Crossword. We dedicate the largest p…
 
In our conversation from summer 2015, Vishnu talks about his travels coast to coast in America and abroad. His curiosity followed his heart, which led him to live in the ashram at Mount Madonna and study a deep curriculum in yoga and the Vedic studies. The passion of a young man seeking spirtual fulfillment took him all the way to India where he li…
 
In our conversation Brack traces back his professional career across a variety of healing modalities - substance abuse counselor, registered nurse, massage therapist. He courageously shares how his work emerged from a breakdown as a young man, and how his life as a searcher connected him with the spiritual healing work of holotropic breathwork.…
 
Ryan sat down in a longform conversation where we explored how he followed his curiosity as a young man growing up in West Virginia. A powerful experience in craniosacral massage led to a career as a massage therapist and a deepening practice of Kriya yoga. An intellectual study of Vedic astrology has guided his process of seeing how we are all con…
 
Meditation is a practice of lifelong learning, even when you start at an early age. Brian Lewis, an Asheville integrative physician shares what he's learned from experience and the importance of staying within time-honored traditions.
 
Daniel Nevins is an accomplished Asheville visual artist. He has been recognized for his abstract work, but most recently has completed 42 paintings depicting the story of the Torah. In this conversation he reflects upon his earliest memory and how his artistic work is shaped by his spiritual views.
 
Bob Boleman recently retired after practicing a full career as an emergency physician. He has also dealt with depression at various stages in life. In this conversation Bob shares his healing journey of how his rediscovery of yoga guided him through the depression - and led to another career as a yoga teacher. This is the first episode of the Anecd…
 
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