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  • Here on Almost 30, we like to talk about spirituality, health, and wellness – and this fascinating conversation marries all three subjects in a way that we know you'll love.

    K+L chat with Mario Brainovic of Analemma, a cosmically inspired technology company that’s on a mission to infuse consciousness (back) into all of the world’s water. We’re welcoming in some new and inspiring ideas for this one, as we do a dive deep on the research, the science, and the significance of structured water.

    In short, the new information presented in this conversation will change how you see and interact with water forever. Don’t worry – it all makes perfect sense as soon as we get into it. 

    It’s a concept Mario has been developing for fifteen years, but one that’s still brand new on the scene in terms of awareness and understanding. We’re excited for you all to hear the studies that they've done with people, and with plants, that prove how structured water affects your light body, as well as your ability to grow, thrive and be vibrant.

    In addition to the technology, we talk a lot about the state of water today, access to structured water around the world, and what Mario sees as the future of water – and life as we know it.

    If you’re interested in using the Analemma Wand yourself, visit coherent-water.com and use the code ALMOST30 for 15% off.

    We also talk about:Why the focus on water?Basics of the Analemma WandBiophoton research with structured water Glycan age testing The consciousness of waterUsing the Analemma WandProviding coherent water to the massesIncoherent water of the worldWater’s impact on mental healthReverence and ritual Positive vs. negative energy of water Containers and an at-home experiment
    Resources:Instagram: @analemmawater_Website: analemma-water.comThe intelligence of water: @vedaaustin_water
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  • Your brain changes when you're on birth control, that’s just the reality of it.

    The conversation around birth control and contraception, and even fertility, is one we've been having for a while on the podcast. It’s an incredibly complex subject and one we’re excited to delve further into with Dr. Sarah E. Hill.

    Dr. Sarah is the author of Your Brain On Birth Control, and she’s one the world’s foremost leaders on women’s health, especially as it relates to hormonal birth control and what influence it has on our bodies, our brains, and our lives.

    Our goal with this one is not to shame anyone that's on birth control, or an IUD, or whatever works best for you. Our goal is to always bring you leading-edge, curious conversations that empower you to explore these topics and concepts on your own – in your sovereignty – and then make the best decision that works for you.

    We also talk about:Your brain on birth controlLifting the veil Birth control and feminism Social dynamic of going on the pillThe science of synthetic hormones Learning about estrogen Partner preferences, on vs. offTrue or false? Cycle syncingBirth control, cortisol, and stressDownstream impact on genetics Tips for transitioning from birth controlTrusting your intuition  
    Resources:Website: sarahehill.comInstagram: @sarahehillphdRead: This Is Your Brain On Birth ControlNatural Cycles: naturalcycles.comFlo: flo.healthOura Ring: ouraring.comRead: Beyond the Pill by Jolene BrightenRead: Period Repair Manual by Lara Briden...
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  • If you're listening to this podcast, you probably are already doing a lot of work, a lot of personal growth work, a lot of therapy, a lot of courses, a lot of programs. You're probably following all the right quote accounts and all the right inspirational creators – all of it, all of it, all of it.

    But today, we ask: Why?

    This special solo episode with Krista is all about bringing our intentions into question. Especially in 2023, our intention behind all of these personal growth and self-development practices is critically important. Our intention is truly everything – it even changes our molecules! And without it, we end up on a negative feedback loop, right where we started.

    We also talk about:Intention behind self-development work Showing gratitude for nourishmentEnjoying food vs. negative thoughts Internal Family SystemsEnergetics of intention Accepting who we areOwning the path of an empathPractices for getting right on the inside 
    Resources:Finding Everything in Nothing: Darkness Retreat Recap #569Use This Method for a Better Relationship with Your Body #522
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  • Our good friend and total inspiration, Jess Sepel, author and founder of global health and wellness brand, JSHealth, is back with another important lesson on full-body awareness, stress hormones, prioritizing mental health, and the intricate balance of it all. 

    She sits with Krista for this one, as they do a true deep dive on the latest from JSHealth, important supplement ingredients to know and love, and the tragic event that reshaped how she operates as a leader, a friend, and a person.

    You can visit jshealthvitamins.com and use the code ALMOST30 for 15% off her entire range of incredible range of products.

    Establishing this education around how to navigate the vitamin and supplement world from someone like Jess is just so eye opening, specifically as it relates to regulatory differences between Australia and the US (Hint: American policy leaves some to be desired).

    We also talk about:Understanding the cost of oversharingLoss of her best friend Finding peace through anxiety, trauma, griefWhat are intrusive OCD thoughts?Pain and perfectionism Never weighing herself againPrioritizing healthy rest and restorative sleep Science of cortisol and stress Body journey’s correlation to mental healthCherishing your own energyLeading her business Supplements and ingredients to know 
    Resources:Website: jessicasepel.comJS Health: @jshealthApp: @jshealthappVitamins: @jshealthvitaminsRead: Jessica Sepel on Amazon
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  • Today’s special heart-filled episode is a session from last summer’s Camp Almost 30, Becoming the One. It’s presented beautifully by Sheleana Aiyana, empowerment leader and author of the life-changing relationship and self-development book, Becoming the One: Heal Your Past, Transform Your Relationship Patterns, and Come Home to Yourself.

    We really love the way in which Sheleana has been able to take her own experience, whether it's in relationship with self or others, and her own traumas – and really transform them into potent and powerful lessons for us all to really learn from and heal through.

    Sheleana talks about building a secure, loving relationship with self; setting boundaries; connecting with your inner child; and so much more as she takes a few thoughtful questions from attendees. Her groundedness and ability to channel what's true is immensely powerful. We’re so excited to present this sneak peek of club membership to listeners, today. 

    If you are inspired by this session, please join us for Almost 30 Space Camp coming up later this month! It's absolutely free – head to almost30.com/space-camp to reserve your spot now. Space is limited. We will see you there!

    We also talk about:Breaking the scarcity mindsetFalling into relationshipArmoring and saving faceComing home to self and innocence Defining conscious relationshipTransforming to a higher expressionLoving yourself during grieving Feeling seen and heard Leaning into the contrastsTending to the inner child
    Resources:Read: Becoming the One: Heal Your Past, Transform Your Relationship Patterns, and Come Home to YourselfWebsite: sheleanaaiyana.comRising Woman: risingwoman.comInstagram: @sheleanaaiyanaInstagram: @risingwomanYouTube: @RisingWomanFree Meditation: Healing Your Inner Child Meditation
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  • Soul expanders, daydreamers, creative makers, and divine healers – welcome to 2023!

    In this one, K+L set some spiritual intentions and answer a few related questions from the community, including an exploration into solitude vs. loneliness, finding and trusting your intuition, tuning out the noise around us, riding the up-and-down waves of our lived experience, and more.

    Dig in for an honest hour of girl talk to get us grounded in the important spiritual progress we’ve made, applying our learned tools, and moving into a higher vibration for the new year.

    As always, we’re so grateful to have you along for the ride!

    We also talk about:Letting your intuition guide youSolitude vs. loneliness Practicing your giftsWhat to do when you hit rock bottomRiding the waves of our lived experience Focus, practices, and priorities for 2023Nurturing and evolving relationshipsTips for tuning out from the noise 
    Resources:Krista Williams’ 7 Tips for Effective Goal Setting & Manifestation 
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  • Danielle Beinstein is an astrocartographer, an expert in zodiac charts, how to read them, and what different houses and alignments might mean for your lived experience. In this conversation with Krista, she touches on everything from the basics of astrocartography and finding oneself, to media programming and social media’s toxic effect on our collective psyche. 

    They also unpack the memeification of astrology and relationships, both external and internal, pointing out the limiting nature of definitive, distilled messaging in the space.

    We leave with a detailed look at the upcoming energetics of 2023, which planets look to step into the spotlight – and highlight a handful of important eclipses on the celestial calendar.

    We also talk about:Dropping in to self-loveRelationships, perfectionism, and social mediaGoing deeper, not wider Moving energy through our bodyHow locations affect our experienceIntro to astrocartographyHow to read your chart Using astrology to find soul alignmentApplying chart readings to relationshipsHow are we looking for 2023?Groupthink and media programming 
    Resources:Instagram: @danibeinsteinWebsite: daniellebeinstein.comGet Your Chart: astro.com/horoscopeRead: The Law of OneRead: Transhumanism and the Metaverse by Charles Eisenstein 
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  • Do you *really* want to run a marathon? Or, take that ceramics course? Or, lose 10 pounds? Or, is it more likely that you are creating a future you that’s based on external validation from others? There are no right/wrong answers, but checking in to the why behind your to-do list is a beautiful opportunity to unpack your authentic desires. So, before you grab your journal and rattle off your resolutions for 2023, take a moment to reflect.

    Let’s reshape our expectations around goal setting and give ourselves a little breathing room to be in, and cherish, the present moment – always. After all, YOU are the end goal. 

    Morning Microdose is a podcast curated by Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik, the hosts and founders of Almost 30, a global community, brand and top rated podcast.

    With curated clips from the Almost 30 podcast, Morning Mircodose will set the tone for your day, so you can feel inspired through thought provoking conversations…all in digestible episodes that are less than 10 minutes.

    Wake up with Krista and Lindsey, both literally and spiritually, Monday-Friday.

    If you enjoyed this conversation, listen to the full episode here.

  • K+L spoke with Lee Harris, renowned channel and author of Conversations with The Z's. With luck, and maybe some divine intervention, Lee received a second download – a message from The Z’s urging him to channel, live, here on the show. This episode, a curated clip from part two of their conversation, presents his channeling of The Z’s in full – a very special honor.

    Expecting and prompting them for a general message to the collective, K+L are surprised with an intimate and intuitive perspective on their own relationship (and relationships) past, present, and future. As specific as some of their observations are, The Z’s share paradigm-breaking lessons which ring true for all of us.

    Morning Microdose is a podcast curated by Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik, the hosts and founders of Almost 30, a global community, brand and top rated podcast.

    With curated clips from the Almost 30 podcast, Morning Mircodose will set the tone for your day, so you can feel inspired through thought provoking conversations…all in digestible episodes that are less than 10 minutes.

    Wake up with Krista and Lindsey, both literally and spiritually, Monday-Friday.

    If you enjoyed this conversation, listen to the full episode here.

  • Welcome to the often-requested Almost 30 microdosing AMA! 

    In this episode, K+L drop in for an intimate deep dive on all things microdosing to share more about what the practice is, what it does to the brain, their own recent experiences with microdosing, how you can use it for manifesting, real life use-case protocol, resources, and so much more.

    Consider this one a beginner’s introduction to microdosing and how, through neuroplasticity, you can change your brain to tap into a deeper sense of joy, ease, and grace.

    We also talk about:Being drawn to the practice What is microdosing?Neuroplasticity – changing your brainMoving through repressed feelingsConsciously averting dependance Learning to cultivate joyWhen and why K+L ended their practices Being honest in friendshipsLetting creativity flowCommonly understood benefits 
    Resources:Learn: axismundiceremony.comLearn: Timothy LearyWatch: How To Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan Watch: Joe Rogan Experience #1035 - Paul StametsRead: How To Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan Read: Sacred Mushrooms and the LawRead: The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk M.D.
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  • The holiday time is beautiful, and powerful, and magical – and so fucking stressful and confronting. It’s important that we take some time to track spiritual progress with some introspective time alone or with a friend to push and challenge the conversation.

    In this one, Krista is joined by Sahara Rose to reflect on their spiritual growth, dream about what’s to come, diagnose the great ills of the world, and align their energies to addressing them for the collective – and for themselves. 

    They go into the Matrix for a preview of the future, parse social media’s place in the development of our brains (and species), and make a declarative stand on twerking as a beautiful and ancestral  form of female empowerment and sexual power!

    We also talk about:K+L on holiday family dynamics Sharing your message vs. valuing your privacy Self-censorship and social mediaPosting as a replacement for expressionTechnology as a tool for improving livesMaking the Matrix realAddictive media messaging Twerking and female empowerment Who is Sahara today?
    Resources:iamsahararose.comInstagram: @iamsahararoseRead: “Discover Your Dharma”
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  • As you know by now, Krista is someone who loves to push the limits of what’s possible, to expand her own lived experience and learn new ways of seeing or thinking about things. She travels this path (mostly) unafraid and open-minded.

    But the prospect of a darkness retreat, she admits, was a scary one.

    In this special solo episode, Krista recaps her three-day, four-night darkness retreat at Sky Cave Retreats in Oregon and recounts the deep spiritual and emotional lessons she’s taken away from it. 

    There was rage, sadness, and grief; great joy and hours of bodywork; daily peanut butter and jelly sandwiches – and of course, complete and utter darkness. You don’t want to miss this.

    We also talk about:What is a darkness retreat?Setting her intentionsPatience with bodywork (5+ hrs/day)Waves of rage, grief, and sadness Logistics, food, and environmentSleeping and how to determine timeLetting it rip on Day 1The peace of Day 2Emotional release on Day 3Taking the goggles off Integration and lessons learned 
    Resources:Read: The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der KolkSky Cave Retreats: @skycaveretreatsWebsite: skycaveretreats.com
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  • Drop in for this mind-expanding conversation between Krista and Scott Berman, of Sky Cave Retreats in Oregon, to learn all about the hidden power of the dark, its ancestral lineage in healing and spirituality, and the life-changing practice of darkness retreats – an experience Krista takes in for herself soon after this interview and one which will be discussed in the next episode of Almost 30, later this week.

    Scott is well versed in this mystic field, having spent extensive time in solitude, silence, and of course – in the dark as a means to soften into his own existence and understand the world’s collective song.

    He shares a few eye-opening stories from recent participants, explains some of the neurology behind darkness and how it affects our brain, and sets our expectations for darkness retreats – by removing them completely. 

    We also talk about:Why would someone do a Darkness retreat?Heart intention vs. ego intentionsDelving into darkness retreatsHow men and women experience darknessLineage of darkness retreats Moving through grief Preparation and integration The neuroscience behind darknessExploring the depths of softness  Satisfaction, healing, and spirituality Letting go of expectation 
    Resources:Instagram: @scottfreeiamSky Cave Retreats: @skycaveretreatsWebsite: skycaveretreats.comPodcast: Conversations with Darkness
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  • On this fine Thursday, Lindsey’s dropping in for an introspective solo episode reflecting on patience. Deeply considering and doing research on the subject, she talks about the neuroscience of patience, how it shows up in our lives, and how we can walk through moments of impatience to a more centered place of acceptance and presence.

    We do these solo episodes a couple times a month – as K+L unpack complex subject matter that they’ve processed in their own lives and which might be beneficial to the collective at large. After soaking in this one, check out a couple of Lindsey’s most recent solo episodes linked below.

    We also talk about:Soul Journaling practiceWhat is patience?We are placed in positions intentionallyWhere impatience shows up in our livesNeurology of patience Identifying the trigger and soothing Compassion when noticing others in an impatient stateWe’re horny for quickness Honoring the timing of life
    Resources:Read: Meet Your Soul by Elisa Romeo
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  • Today’s episode is an amazing discovery conversation with The Holistic Psychologist, Dr. Nicole LePera (a beloved two-time Almost 30 guest) centered around her thoughtful new workbook, How to Meet Yourself, which is out now.

    Here at Almost 30, we do aliens, we do channeling, we dabble in psychedelic therapy and dig into some of the deepest spiritual concepts out there – but this one is all about serious self-development, the complexities and questions we face as women, and how we can work to simplify it all for a more balanced, peaceful being.

    Nicole is incredibly transformational in her work and with her words. We always love having her on and talking to her about the importance of doing the work, about all of these therapy-related topics that have really changed our lives over the years.

    We also talk about:Living with inner peace and alignmentThe nervous system’s connection to mental health The science of remembering Honoring the nervous system as the center of selfRisks of hiding ourselves away Honesty (objective) vs. self-criticism (subjective)You are not the critical voice in your headSaying your truth – where’s the line?Communication as a tool Inspiration behind How To Meet YourselfGetting into (and staying in) flow state
    Resources:Workbook: howtomeetyourself.comWebsite: theholisticpsychologist.comInstagram: @the.holistic.psychologistYouTube: The Holistic PsychologistTwitter: @TheholisticpsycSelfHealers.Circle: @selfhealers.circle
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  • Lauren Berlingeri and Katie Kaps are today’s guests and the co-founders of HigherDOSE, a forward-thinking technology company that’s responsible for innovative and effective advancements in human comfort like the sauna blanket, PEMF mat, and red light mask (a personal fav of K+L).

    Biohackers through and through, they are passionate about combining their deep understanding of biochemistry and fitness with the world’s foremost technological capabilities – all in support of human evolution on both an individual and universal scale.

    We talk a lot about sauna therapy, the complexities of being female founders, biohacking’s growing spotlight in the lexicon, our favorite wellness practices, and so much more. 

    We also go deep on HigherDOSE’s next-level wellness technology, how it was inspired, and how it works. And – they’ve graciously offered a discount to our community. Save on HigherDOSE by using code Almost30 for 15% off site wide: Higherdose.com.

    We also talk about:K+L share lifestyle notes for the holiday seasonWhat is HigherDOSE?Expanding the women’s biohacking spaceImpactful mind-expanding experiences Krista’s darkness retreat Lauren’s breast implant journeyReplicating the ‘runner’s high’Benefits of red-light therapy Grounding with nature through PEMFHow the HigherDOSE sauna blanket worksMagnesium’s place in our health How physical wellness supports mental health Running businesses as female partners Non-negotiable wellness practices 
    Resources:Website: higherdose.comInstagram: @laurenberlingeri, @ktkaps, @higherdose  Facebook: HigherDOSEYouTube: HigherDOSEWatch: BIOHACK-HERS
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  • Our guest today is the brilliant Uma Naidoo, MD, a Harvard board-certified psychiatrist, professional chef, author, and nutrition specialist. Dr. Uma's book is called This is Your Brain on Food. It's a full guide to the surprising foods that fight things like depression, PTSD, ADHD, anxiety, OCD, and more. 

    We go super cutting edge in this one as we talk about the undeniable relationship between our mental health and diet/nutrition.

    We start with her own health journey and integrated practice before getting honest with a few familiar faces in our cupboards at home – coffee, alcohol, sugar, seed oils, etc. – myth busting and truth telling on what’s good, and what isn’t, for our mental wellbeing.

    We all know the difference between feeling good after eating good, and feeling bad after eating poorly. Listen in to get the science on why that happens, and how we can design our diets (not restrict them) to unlock our best selves. 

    We also talk about:Relatively new field of nutritional psychiatry A lesson from a patient Uma’s cancer diagnosis and treatmentPrecision-based integrated nutrition Connection between mental health and foodToxicity of a leaky gut (and fixing it)The brain chemistry of stress and sugarFast food and marketing messagesThe serotonin hypothesisPros and cons of coffeeNutrition in schools, then and nowGaps in the current medical system Eat the rainbow 
    Resources:Read: This Is Your Brain on FoodWebsite: umanaidoomd.comInstagram: @drumanaidoo
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  • Are you building healthy boundaries, or putting up restricting walls? With the former taking center stage amongst the collective, it’s an important question to ask. 

    This episode was inspired by the journey Krista’s been on to have deep and real intimacy in her relationships – a growing desire to untangle defensive mechanisms that create negative static between people and move toward a more heart-centered exchange with the people in and around her life. 

    The truth is that some forms of boundary building have evolved into a method for gaslighting ourselves, a means to create a cozy victimhood to hide away in, an excuse for closing ourselves off from things, situations, or people that may expand us.

    We also talk about:A different angle of boundary building What boundaries are meant to beHonesty and open heartednessBuilding walls makes a victim How to receive a boundaryThe need for controlWall building instance from Krista’s lifeGood friction between two peopleBad examples from The HillsLeaning into love and connectedness
    Resources:Read: Conscious Loving by Gay and Katie Hendricks
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  • Earlier this week on the podcast, K+L spoke with Lee Harris, renowned channel and author of Conversations with The Z's. With luck, and maybe some divine intervention, Lee received a second download – a message from The Z’s urging him to channel, live, here on the show. 

    This episode, part two of our conversation, presents his channeling of The Z’s in full – a very special honor and one we’re so thrilled to share with you today. 

    Expecting and prompting them for a general message to the collective, K+L are surprised with an intimate and intuitive perspective on their own relationship (and relationships) past, present, and future. As specific as some of their observations are, The Z’s share paradigm-breaking lessons which ring true for all of us.

    We also talk about:The Z’s address K+LPoking and stoking the fireGrounding the energyExtraordinary sisterhood A message to the collective Symbology of the number 30Resonance of communityInfluence of the collectiveHealing the divine feminineThe love shared between K+L
    Resources:Read: Conversations with The Z's: The Energetics of the New Human Soul - Part 1YouTube: Lee Harris EnergyInstagram: @leeharrisenergyTwitter: @leeharrisenergyFacebook: Lee HarrisRead: The Hermetica: The Lost Wisdom of the Pharaohs
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  • Today, we welcome back a cosmically gifted former guest to the podcast. Lee Harris is a channel to higher, multidimensional voices known as The Z’s. They’re responsible for his current work, a book series titled Conversations with The Z's, and for his incredibly informed and introspective perspective on the world around us – seen and unseen. 

    The energetic give-and-take among these three activated hearts flows like music. He’s truly a mind-blowing conversationalist, and seems to pick up on a few psychic vibrations throughout the session. 

    K+L interview the Z’s through Lee in this, part one, of their expansive conversation. Look out for part two on Thursday of this week to hear a live channeling, which takes us even deeper into the energetics of the new human soul – and beyond.

    We also talk about:A channeling meant for a book seriesHonoring divine timing in lifeFeeling confident to say the thingForgetting (and remembering) our ancestryEnergetics of the new human soulThe Zs on the purpose of warBreaking harmful patterns Oneness and unity vs. the beauty of diversity Zs on sex, relationships, and healingEnergy mapping the generationsLooking ahead to 2024 and 2030 Experiencing heaven Path of the empath Basics of channeling 
    Resources:Read: Conversations with The Z's: The Energetics of the New Human Soul - Part 1YouTube: Lee Harris EnergyInstagram: @leeharrisenergyTwitter: @leeharrisenergyFacebook: Lee HarrisRead: The Hermetica: The Lost Wisdom of the Pharaohs
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