Molly Birkholm

You asked and we listened! In this special episode, Hans holds space for a conversation with Molly, who gives deep insight into her life and career. Molly shares the story of her near-death experience and healing journey, and the tools she discovered along the way that prove it’s possible to experience peace even when life…

Nikki McKean

In Episode 13, Hans and Molly interview Nikki McKean — a photographer, restaurant owner, wife, and mother of two young girls who has lived through two cancer diagnoses in two years. In this episode, Nikki describes how she came alive through an experience that may have otherwise left her feeling broken. She shares her journey…

Hector Marcel

For the past 20 years, meditation has served as a constant companion, mirror, and teacher for Hector Marcel. Meditation led him to a career as a change consultant, where he helps executives drive transformational change in organizations through an emphasis on culture, people, and service. He currently serves as the president of Three Jewels, a…

Alan Brown

COVID-19 has, in many ways, paralyzed society. From physical limitations and financial strain to debilitating fear, this pandemic has given many of us our first taste of true immobilization. For people living with paralysis, this is far from a new feeling.  Alan T. Brown is Director of Public Impact at the Christopher & Dana Reeve…

Ruchira Gupta

Explicit Content While this episode is incredibly important, we advise viewers to listen at their own discretion. This episode involves topics on sex-work, human-trafficking, violence and abuse.  Ruchira Gupta is one of the world’s leading voices and campaigners in the movement to end global sex-trafficking. A journalist by trade, Ruchira explains her passion for story-telling,…

Megan Poe

Megan Poe is a psychiatrist, psychoanalyist, and the creator of the acclaimed course on love at NYU, Love Actually. Dr. Poe discusses her course and gives a taste of what students in the class experience. She also speaks to the science of neuroplasticity, resetting the nervous system, and the problem with using technology without any…

Sarah Drew

Sarah Drew is an author, scholar of ancient cultures, and leader for the worldwide women’s movement. In this episode, Sarah gives insight into her creative process and what went into the crafting of her book, Gaia Codex (one of Molly’s absolute favorites). She also digs into the concept of archetypes, and shares her unique knowledge…

Rony Abovitz

Rony Abovitz is a technology pioneer who founded Magic Leap, a spatial computing company that transcends both virtual reality and agumented reality by enabling users to see digital content in their own physical world. Rony explains the science of spatial computing, and Molly and Hans share their experience using Magic Leap’s newest technological endeavor, Tonandi.…