Inspired Expansion Podcast - Hosted by Thais Gibson
By Collective Evolution
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Inspired Expansion is a long form podcast hosted by Thais Gibson. It facilitates the sharing of wisdom, tools, and awareness in order to empower individuals in their journey of transformation, heart-brain coherence, and spiritual growth. This show is part of the Collective Evolution podcast network.
||Clean#5 - Bridget Nielsen: Grounding, Clearing & Raising Your Vibration||Thais sits down with Bridget to discuss a myriad of tools to help keep our vibration elevated, along with the importance of clearing and grounding. Bridget Nielsen is a spiritual teacher and interdimensional bridge between this world and beyond. Her...||2/23/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#4 - Lewis Howes: The New Masculinity||Thais sits down with Lewis Howes to discuss Lewis' story, as well as many of the different “masks” that masculinity often hides behind. Lewis shares amazing tools for men to become more aware, as well as for women to help their loved ones to...||2/23/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#3 - The Shadow Side of Spirituality w/ JP Sears & Teal Swann||Thais sits down with JP Sears and Teal Swann to explore the 'Dark side" of spirituality. You’ll see where you get stuck on your spiritual journey after the initial awakening. It's common for us to become attached to our spiritual identity, not...||1/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#2 - Intuition Combined with Intellect w/ Penney Peirce||Thais sits down with Penney Peirce to discuss intuition. You’ll learn what your “home frequency” is, and how to tune into it. Discover how to clear what no longer serves, so that you can prepare for the next steps. Penney also shares some tips...||1/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#1 - Dr. Joe Dispenza||Quantum Mechanics Behind Spontaneous Remission||12/24/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Great content - but need new host
Dr. Joe Dispenza shared great insights into the science of how our mind creates our reality. However - I could not get past the host who seemed to only say “absolutely”,
“that’s amazing/brilliant”, or laugh for no reason over and over again. I get that she finds him captivating as I’m sure many of us do, but I wish that she would’ve contributed more contextual dialogue rather than constant agreement or just go down a list of questions that often times jumped sporadically from one topic to the next. The quality of her mic was also not as good. I like the content but wish the host was a little less “starry eyed”. This is nothing against her, but as an extension of Collective Evolution, I expected someone a littler more experienced or knowledgeable on the topics.
Content was great but the host voice was distracting
I wish I could keep listening to this podcast but I have to say I personally cannot stand the vocal fry that the host has, and the heavy valley speak accent that she has which can be very distracting. She also doesn’t sound authoritative, it’s almost like a daddy’s little girl asking adults questions. It’s too bad I cannot enjoy this podcast even though I like the topics and the content. I’m not trying to personally attack her, but some voices are just not fit for broadcasting. All the best.