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The Living Experiment: Rethink Your Choices. Reclaim Your Life.

By Dallas Hartwig and Pilar Gerasimo

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Join Dallas Hartwig and Pilar Gerasimo for this series of smart, rollicking, no-BS conversations about healthy, happy, conscious living — plus real-life "experiments" to help you discover the practical shifts that work best for you.

Customer Reviews

My favorite podcast!

I love how much relevant info this podcast provides. I have learned so much and have really changed some mindsets because of the info. I love the experiments.

Eyes Opened

This podcast is so wonderful! Love listening to like minded people on a journey for whole health.

If you base your knowledge in anecdotes, this podcast is for you

These two throw a veil of factuality on each topic they discuss, and rely on anecdotes to affirm their own opinions. In one episode, one of them actually says “talking to people is the best research I can do.” When speaking empirically and factually, there is no worse form of research to rely on. These two take on topics like suicide, mental illness, and environmental issues, and back what they say with stories from their friends and what they’ve seen experientially. How can you disseminate such vital information in such irresponsible ways? I guess a non-critical audience that’s susceptible to it helps. They don’t cite research despite framing what they say as research-based. Why listen to this when there are amazing podcasts that directly cite articles, leading experts, and often bring in field-innovating researchers? Trust two bloggers/journalists using non-fact, or...people who actually know what they’re talking about? This podcast perpetuates passive thinking and learning and doesn’t facilitate conversations which lead to change socially or politically. They use DR. SEUSS to back their ideas on environmentalism. Exactly.

The Living Experiment: Rethink Your Choices. Reclaim Your Life.
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