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Why Humor Is The New Spiritual Must Have with Mia Lux

The Good Space with Francesca Phillips

We’re going to talk about the most underrated spiritual tool and why you need to use it more. Today’s guest is comedian, creator, and host of the hilarious and insightful Conscious-ish Show, Mia Lux. She’s also a wellness advocate and recovering lawyer. Mia will be teaching us how to use humor for your own wellness and progression. She talks about... Mia’s personal growth journey [4:08]The power of humor [8:20]The sunk cost fallacy and being uncomfortable [9:35]The best way to fail [12:33]Entering the mindfulness space, Overcoming that barrier to entry [12:19]The feeling of presence and a talk on dysfunctional cultural belief [22:26]Mia’s spiritual practices and lucid dreaming [25:26]Working with my shadow of a doubt [32:28]Mia’s creative process [36:22]Practicing self-awareness [29:35]The shared human experience through comedy [43:47] QUOTES “Learn what it feels like to stick out of your comfort zone in front of people to fail to try again, to have to reconsolidate your own sense of self-esteem inside yourself to learn how to hold yourself in discomfort. It’s like exercising a muscle but in a low stakes scenario. ” - Mia Lux “Discomfort, make really really good friends with discomfort.. and a great way to do it is through humor .” - Mia Lux  THIS WEEK’S INTENTION I know humor is the quickest way to manifest my desires. I am committing right here and now to see the fun in every situation. RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED:Sign up for our webinar: The 3 Secrets Behind Building An Intentional Life with Amanda TobeWant a life-changing morning routine? Download your free guide hereThe Power of Now* by Eckhart TolleDreams of Awakening* by Charlie MorleyThe Overstory* by Richard Powers *This is an affiliate link. Purchasing through these links helps fund our show at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting us! Follow Mia Lux on Instagram @mymialuxCheck out The Consciousish Show with Mia Lux Do you have a spiritual or mindfulness problem that you want me to unpack on an upcoming The Good Space episode? Or an awesome manifesting moment you want to share? Leave a voicemail right now at (917) 719-0867 Join our private Facebook group here In case you missed it…Listen to my episode about my big self-acceptance journey here. _________ FOR FULL SHOW NOTES: Click Here  _________ LET’S STAY CONNECTED - Subscribe: Apple, Spotify, Stitcher - Follow us on Instagram: click here - Get free weekly emails on spirituality: click here - Visit our website: click here NEW EPISODE EVERY TUESDAY

50mins

16 Nov 2020

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Mia Lux

9' to Thrive with Navin

Mia Lux joins Navin to talk about the one question she always asks herself, even during the darkest of times, and how you can use that same question in your day to day to see things from a new perspective.  She also discusses how she keeps herself accountable and what role her community, specifically her accountability partner, has in keeping her honest.  

14mins

6 Aug 2020

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181: How to Overcome Your Fear of Failure with Mia Lux

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

How do you overcome your fears of failure? I’m excited to have a very special guest on the show today to talk about this topic.  Mia Lux merges the playful and the profound - drawing on her experience as a stand-up comedian, personal growth junkie, and recovering lawyer. For over 5 years, Mia has been an international host, comedian & facilitator, specializing in top wellness/personal development events around the world. Be sure to check out her Conscious-ish Show.  In this episode, we will go over the difference between the fear of failure and perfectionism, and what you can do to overcome them. We also cover a bonus tip on lucid dreaming! This has been part of my morning routine for years, and we will share tips on how you can remember more of your dreams. Do you want to stay up to date with every new episode and get my brand new Kwik Brain Accelerator Program? Go to www.KwikBrain.com/podcast to get instant access. Or text me 310-299-9362 to get your burning questions answered and an insider sneak peek of exciting updates. I do my best to answer as many as I can each day, so shoot me a message today. 

20mins

9 Jun 2020

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Mia Lux Interviews Vishen Lakhiani on How to Be Extraordinary

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

‘You know, you go to school, get a job, marry, buy a house, have a baby, get a TV, get diabetes, then die!’ How much of your life is just auto-pilot? How much did you truly CHOOSE? In this Mindvalley Podcast episode, we’ll examine what it takes to forge a meaningful, fulfilling life on your own terms. Featuring our Mindvalley founder Vishen Lakhiani and Consciousness Comedian Mia Lux on The Conscious-ish Show. Listen out for: How to deal with jerks who don’t support your growth. What a Bullsh*t rule is and how to break one. What The Culturescape is and why we need to be aware of it in order to escape it. How to become Unf*ckwithable despite society’s criticism or praise.  Like this episode? Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes and Spotify. Tag us @Mindvalley on Instagram or Twitter too! Mentions: Grab Vishen’s new book The Buddha And The Badass here -  https://go.mindvalley.com/buddhabadass Liked The Conscious-ish Show with Mia Lux? Check out her YouTube channel here - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxRez8_t5nYyCF446lkCNww

32mins

8 Jun 2020

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Pretty Depressed with Mia Lux

Pretty Depressed with Kim Crossman

Mia Lux {Conscious-ish Show} is a Comedian, Host and Modern Visionary. We discuss mental health, finding tools, and how to manage the "gloomies"

1hr 12mins

28 Jan 2020

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020 Dr. Mark Hyman & Mia Lux – On Relationships, Healthy Eating, & Coming Back to Love

Better with Dr. Stephanie

00:51 – Dr. Stephanie introduces today’s guests, Dr, Mark Hyman and Mia Lux06:48 – Dr. Mark and Mia share their origin story of how they met and fell in love11:05 – How Dr. Mark and Mia approach working on their relationship14:20 – Dr. Mark and Mia share one surprising thing they adore about each other19:47 – Mia speaks to her standup comedy and the value she places on humor24:00 – Dr. Mark talks about his book, Food: What The Heck Should I Cook?28:10 – Advice Dr. Mark would give to those looking to eat healthy, especially with their partner37:26 – Dr. Mark and Mia comment on the impact of our food choices on the environment48:17 – Dr. Mark explains what topsoil is and why it’s so important50:12 – How Dr. Mark and Mia incorporate quality time within their daily routines and rituals53:35 – The importance of supporting your partner through times when they’re struggling59:08 – Dr. Stephanie thanks Dr. Mark and Mia for their honesty and for joining the show1:00:21 – Where listeners can follow Dr. Mark and Mia1:01:02 – Where listeners can follow Dr. Stephanie and subscribe to her newsletterTWEETABLE QUOTES“So, we created something called, ‘What’s Up Below.,’ like, ‘What’s Up…Below.’ And the idea is you each take a turn to ask, ‘What’s Up Below?’ And that person talks about their feeling experience about what’s going on in their life.” (12:38) (Mia)“I would like to brag that I enough emotional responsibility to know that I’m not gonna be emotionally responsible. I am beyond reason, don’t speak to me.” (17:53) (Dr. Mark)“I started standup a while ago but only got into it seriously a couple of year ago. And, I originally used it as a personal growth tool.” (20:05) (Mia)“You’re gonna have a hard time convincing me that people won’t like great food if it’s put in front of them.” (29:13) (Dr. Mark)“One of the things that really is big for people is the role of mental health and food. And, people don’t understand that their mood, their depression, their anxiety, all that can be related – even ADD – can be related to what they’re eating.” (34:44) (Dr. Mark)“When you create a regenerative farm, which is essentially integrating animals and plant species using animals in a way that actually regenerates through their poo and their pee and they’re running around and chewing on the grass, it actually builds soil. And also, it holds water and it requires less irrigation. So it’s a win-win-win and it produces better quality food.” (44:22)“So we had to figure out how to build a bridge between us so that he understands that if I need a moment to go and figure it out, it’s not because I’m running or withdrawing. It’s because I want to come back with a really open heart and a clean space so we can really deal and heal with whatever it is.” (56:02)LINKS MENTIONEDBetter! WebsiteDr. Stephanie’s WebsiteDr. Stephanie’s Twitter – @dr_stephanieDr. Stephanie’s Instagram – @dr.stephanie.estimaDr. Stephanie on LinkedInDr. Mark’s WebsiteDr. Mark’s LinkedInDr. Mark’s Instagram – @drmarkhymanDr. Mark’s Twitter – @drmarkhymanDr. Mark’s FacebookDr. Mark & Mia’s PodcastDr. Mark’s Books – Food: What The Heck Should I Cook? & Food Fix: How to Save Our Health, Our Economy, Our Communities, and Our Planet—One Bite at a TimeMia’s WebsiteMia’s YouTube ShowMia’s LinkedInMia’s Instagram – @mymialuxMia’s Twitter – @mymialuxMia’s FacebookENJOYING THE SHOW, READY FOR MORE?Please Subscribe to Better! With Dr. StephanieJoin our Private Facebook Community for Better!Rate and Review: Show your support and help spread the word by writing a review, along with a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts: https://bettershow.co/apple🎙️🎙️🎙️Podcast production and marketing provided by FullCast

1hr 2mins

20 Jan 2020

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#83: Breaking Through Depression, Perfectionism, and People Pleasing with Mia Lux

Dhru Purohit Podcast

If you struggle with feeling hopeless, sad, or otherwise mentally fragile, you’re not alone. Depression is officially at epidemic levels, dramatically impacting hundreds of millions of lives. With its symptom-based medicine approach, conventional medicine tackles depression completely wrong. Rather than determine what actually creates that depression, many doctors immediately reach for their prescription pad. But what if there way another way to treat this epidemic?On today’s Broken Brain Podcast, our host, Dhru, talks to Mia Lux, a stand-up comedian, personal growth junkie, former high-school teacher, and recovering lawyer. Mia originally got into stand-up comedy as a way to learn how to fail—a sincere effort to overcome the perfectionist practices that kept her in perpetual burnout as a lawyer and high school teacher. In the process, she wound up working in the personal development space, originally as Director of Content for global transformational education company Mindvalley, and eventually stepping into her role over the past 5 years as host and facilitator, specializing in top wellness/personal development events around the world.Mia always kept a toe in comedy, and found that laughing is just more effective than lecturing. Her newest project, The Conscious-ish Show, is the baby of both worlds: a Late Night style talk-show that takes on topics that really count—health, self-love, depression, sex, spirituality, and more. It is Mia’s mission to make the world's most powerful ideas more accessible by making them truly enjoyable; if you're laughing, you're learning!In this episode, Dhru and Mia take a deep dive into the topic of depression. Mia openly shares her own personal struggle with depression, and the importance of understanding the emotional, psychological and physical causes of it. They discuss the best ways to support someone who is depressed, and some of the key ways to begin to heal. They also talk about understanding what’s really underneath perfectionism, how to get out of your own way, and how to stop people pleasing. Mia also explains how healing laughter and comedy can be.In this episode, we dive into:-Mia’s personal story of depression and being suicidal (2:31)-What can be done about depression (9:31)-What to do or not do if someone in your life is depressed (12:14)-Fear of failure (20:01)-What’s underneath perfectionism (20:42)-How to stop people pleasing (27:34)-The top regret of the dying (31:50)-How to get out of your own way (33:37)-The healing power of laughter and comedy (37:25)-How to intentionally and mindfully create an extraordinary life (46:31)-Self-love and understanding the language you use with yourself (47:36)-Lucid dreaming (49:01)-Where to learn more about Mia (59:55)For more on Mia Lux, be sure to follow her on Instagram @consciousish and @mymialux, and on Facebook @consciousish and @mymialux. Check out her website www.consciousish.com and https://www.mialux.com.Lastly, check out this article from the New York Times Magazine, about an Army veteran who was thought to have depression and PTSD by leading military doctors and commanders; turns out his symptoms were really caused by chronic lead poisoning.Sponsor: This episode is sponsored by our partnership with the AirDoctor Air Filter. To get exclusive access to this deal visit www.brokenbrain.com/filterInterested in joining Dhru’s Broken Brain Podcast Facebook Community? Submit your join request here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2819627591487473/For more on Dhru Purohit, be sure to follow him on Instagram @dhrupurohit, on Facebook @dhruxpurohit, on Twitter @dhrupurohit, and on YouTube @dhrupurohit. You can also text Dhru at (302) 200-5643 or click here https://my.community.com/dhrupurohit See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 4mins

5 Dec 2019

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Is Food A Laughing Matter? with Mia Lux

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

Eating unhealthy food and trying to improve your health is like mopping up the floor while the sink is still overflowing—it just doesn’t work! But it can be hard to decide what we really should be eating for optimal health, considering the diet wars (Paleo or vegan?), the non-stop exposure to sugary foods in every market isle, and clever marketing by Big Food to make us think things are good for us when they really aren’t. Instead of getting overwhelmed and defeated, I like to take a lighter look at food and focus on solutions. That’s what this week’s episode of The Doctor’s Farmacy is all about, where I’m actually the guest. My talented and funny wife Mia Lux interviews me on her show, The Conscious-ish Show, and we focus on taking the many confusing ideas about food with a grain of salt and approaching wellness with humor and action.Mia merges the playful and the profound, drawing on her experience as a stand-up comedian, personal growth junkie, and recovering lawyer. For over 5 years, Mia has been an international host, comedian, and facilitator, specializing in top wellness/personal development events around the world. Last year, I was thrilled to have her help host my Feel Good Summit. It is her mission to make the world's most powerful ideas more accessible by making them truly enjoyable. I personally love seeing how she inspires others to take a positive spin on life. Here are more of the details from our interview: Why food is the most powerful drug on the planet (16:41)How I came to understand the power of food in creating health or disease (17:42)Two success stories of patients whose health was turned around by using food as medicine (18:38)Why we are so confused about what to eat (21:27)So what should we eat? (22:40)How whole grain flour acts like sugar in your body (23:52)Is meat good or bad for your health? (24:42)Why food policy matters and why our food policies are so bad (27:27)How Big Food takes away our personal choice (31:06)What are the possibilities for changing our food system (33:30)Watch all six episodes of The Conscious-ish Show at https://www.consciousish.com/. Follow on Facebook @consciousish and on Instagram @consciousish. Follow Mia Lux on Instagram at @mymialux. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

39mins

20 Nov 2019

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Can comedy cause awakening? | Podcast with Mia Lux | Liberate Your Authentic Self

The Soul+Science+Psychology of Optimal Wellbeing by Dr Andrea Pennington

In our second season of Liberate Your Authentic Self, I have guests joining me to talk about #RealSelfLove, awakening, health, optimal living and walking their own path, from all over the globe.Welcome to Season 2!There is more than one way to learn, and more than one way to spread those important lessons that really matter.But had you ever considered comedy as a way to talk about awakening?Mia Lux is an amazingly authentic woman after my own heart. A multi-potentialite at heart; a teacher, a former lawyer, a comedian and now the host of The Conscious-Ish Show, Mia is showing up everywhere.Lately she is using her platform as a comedian to open minds and hearts to the process of awakening. Comedy is certainly a good way to disarm people and talk openly – so I’m really excited to see just how many minds and hearts Mia can touch with her approach.The Conscious-Ish Show has just launched this month here, and you can already watch episode 1, The Depressi-demic with Marissa Peer! There is an amazing line up to come, including Mia’s husband, the wonderful Dr. Mark Hyman, who you may know from The Doctor’s Farmacy podcast (among many other things) where I was lucky enough to be invited recently.Well, I’m delighted to share that I’m coming up soon on Mia’s show too, and my episode will be out very shortly – watch this space!In the meantime, Mia is my first guest for Season 2 of Liberate Your Authentic Self. Of course, we are talking about comedy and awakening! I would love to hear your thoughts on this topic, so head over to YouTube to watch the episode, and do leave any questions or thoughts you have about it in the comments.The post Can comedy cause awakening? | Podcast with Mia Lux | Liberate Your Authentic Self appeared first on Resilience + Self-Love + Holistic Healing of Trauma & Adverse Childhood Experiences.

22mins

18 Nov 2019

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Mia Lux Talks Humor and Wellness, Being Concious-Ish, and Quitting Sugar

Courageous Wellness

Happy Wellness Wednesday! On this episode of the podcast, we welcome the lovely Mia Lux! Mia is an international host, comedian & facilitator, and she specializes in top wellness and personal development events around the world. She is also the creator and host of The Conscious-ish Show where she is making it her mission, one episode at a time,  to make the world's most powerful ideas more accessible by making them truly enjoyable! If you're laughing, you're learning! On this episode we discuss Mia’s spiritual, mental and physical health journey from combatting teenage depression to dealing with a lead poisoning diagnosis as an adult. We hear about her fascinating story from being a recovering lawyer to a school teacher and eventually to getting outside of her comfort zone and finding comedy as her creative outlet. She takes us through the science behind laughter and how entertainment can really be a tool for people to open their minds, relax their bodies and absorb new information! Mia has a fun and fresh approach to tackling what can often feel like daunting subject matters. We had such a fun time recording with her and we hope you have fun listening to all of her insight in this episode! Also, Mia recommends two books to us during the episode. For anyone interested here are the links! The Great Work of Your Life by Stephen Cope and A Guide to the Good Life by William B. Irvine You can find Mia and her Conscious-ish episodes at her website: www.consciousish.com  Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Courageous Wellness! We release new episodes each #WellnessWednesday! You can also follow us on instagram at CourageousWellness and get in touch at www.courageouswellnesspodcast.com

57mins

9 Oct 2019