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Gwyneth Paltrow and goop's Chief Content Officer Elise Loehnen chat with leading thinkers, culture changers, and industry disruptors—from doctors to creatives, CEOs to spiritual healers—about shifting old paradigms and starting new conversations.

Latest Episodes

Gwyneth Paltrow x Demi Moore: Dismantling Our Defense Mechanisms

“I felt empty and alone,” says Demi Moore,“but oddly not lonely.” The actor and author of the new memoirInside Outjoins GP to talk about what happened after the things she had been hiding from “came spilling out.” Moore describes the process of becoming vulnerable and learning to identify themisperceptions we hold against ourselves and others. One of the biggest traps, says Moore, is needing to place blame. This can keep us from accountability, from forgiveness, from moving on. There is so much meaning to be found in our lives when we back away from binary thinking and allow ourselves to feel compassion for how complex we all are. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

50 MIN1 d ago
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Gwyneth Paltrow x Demi Moore: Dismantling Our Defense Mechanisms

The Principles We Live By

“How are you going to live your life in a way that is kind, and loving, and honest, and with integrity?” asksSarahHurwitz, former speechwriter for Michelle and Barack Obama and author ofHere All Along.In her new book,Hurwitzrediscovered Judaism for herself, and today she shares some of the principles and traditions that could help anyone to create a more fulfilling life. She talks about different ways to feel spiritual, what it really means to tell the truth, and what she’slearned about gossiping. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

55 MIN3 d ago
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The Principles We Live By

Gwyneth Paltrow x Alejandro Junger: A Different Way of Detoxing

GP met functional medicine practitioner AlejandroJungerin 2007,and her journey into wellness was forever changed because of it.Junger, who founded the twenty-one-day Clean Program and wrote the bestselling bookClean, has a new seven-day detox protocol and accompanying book,Clean 7. And now he’s sitting down with GP to share what he’s learned about detoxification, intermittent fasting, and maneuvering around the modern inventions that tend to disrupt our body’s digestive processes and overall health.“We’re living in this interesting point in time where people want agency over their health,” says GP.Jungeris the one of the healers helping us to make the most of it. (For more onJunger, listen to hisgoopfellas podcast episode on the roots of inflammationand head toThe goop Podcasthub.)

56 MIN1 w ago
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Gwyneth Paltrow x Alejandro Junger: A Different Way of Detoxing

Processing Our Childhood

“You don’t want to live on someone else’s fumes,” saysLisaBrennan-Jobs, author ofSmall Fry,abestselling memoirabout growing up in Silicon Valley as the daughter of artist ChrisannBrennanand Apple legend Steve Jobs.Today,Brennan-Jobs and Elise Loehnen talk about the complicated feelings that often arise when we look back at our past—and about how we can sit with and process those feelings. They talk about learning to see our parents—and any human—as human, as multidimensional, as both good and flawed. “It’s hard for people to live their value system sometimes,” saysBrennan-Jobs. But that doesn’t erase all the moments when they do. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

53 MIN1 w ago
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Processing Our Childhood

Finding Joy Again

“When you put on your clothes, how do you feel?” asks Ingrid Fetell Lee, designer and author of the brilliantly researched bookJoyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness.Fetell Lee sits down with Elise Loehnen to explore how different sensory experiences can help us tap into our joy again. They talk about why we, as a society, tend to devalue sensory experiences and label anything that is bright and colorful as frivolous. Fetell Lee shares some fascinating studies, science, and stories that connect our physical senses to our behavior and thought patterns. And she shares the simple tools that we can all use to make our lives a little more vibrant. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

53 MIN2 w ago
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Finding Joy Again

All That We Don’t Know

“There are more and more academics and scientists becoming interested in matters that have to do with consciousness,” saysLeslieKean, journalist and author ofSurviving Death.Keanjoins chief content officer Elise Loehnen to talk about life’s greatest mysteries and the mounting evidence suggesting that consciousness is much bigger than our brains. They talk about how biology and spiritual meaning can and do coexist and what we can learn from psychic mediums.Keanshares fascinating stories about reincarnationandnear-death experiencesas well asa little bit about her coverage of UFOs (which she also wrote a book about). “The more I learn,”Keansays, “the more I realize how much I don’t know.”(For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

51 MIN2 w ago
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All That We Don’t Know

Unsubscribing from Our Thoughts

“I was fully stuck in this neurotic paradox,” says life coach Sasha Heinz, who has a PhD in developmental psychology. That paradox might be familiar: “I do what I don’t want to do,and I don’t do what I want to do.” In this episode, Heinz sits down with Elise Loehnen (who happens to be an old friend) to talk about breaking free from mental blocks. Our thoughts, Heinz reminds us, are optional. And typically the thing between us and the outcome we want is a mind-set gap. Heinz shows us that we don’t always have to react to life—that we have the capability to create our future,and even to blow our own minds. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

48 MIN3 w ago
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Unsubscribing from Our Thoughts

Demystifying Energy Medicine

“There is a source energy that runs through all of us that animates us,” says Jill Blakeway, acupuncturist and author ofEnergy Medicine. Today, Blakeway joins Elise Loehnen to talk about the integration ofEastern andWestern medicine and what she’s come to understand about the power of acupuncture and different forms of energy healing. She explains what happens when our qi is blocked—dysfunction—and how we rebalancethebodyandthemind (often in relation to each other). And she shares incredible stories of healing and extraordinary studies (one about a machine that reacts tohuman thought) that will fascinate both believers and skeptics. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

47 MIN3 w ago
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Demystifying Energy Medicine

Gwyneth, Elise, Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey: When We Dare to Speak Up

Our cohosts, Gwyneth Paltrow and Elise Loehnen, sit down withMeganTwoheyand Jodi Kantor—coauthors ofShe Saidand theNew York Timesinvestigative journalists whowon the Pulitzer Prize for their reporting on Harvey Weinstein. As part of their research, Twohey and Kantor interviewed many women, GP among them. Today, these four women are having a different kind of conversation and reflecting on the stories behind the story. Their intimate back-and-forth is a poignant reminder of why we need to create and protect a culture in which we are all able to voice the truth. “I just want people to know that the powerful don’t always win, that facts can prevail, that stories matter,” says Kantor. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

65 MINNOV 7
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Gwyneth, Elise, Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey: When We Dare to Speak Up

A Doctor Who Can Feel People’s Pain

“There’s a space between people that we just have to take a risk and just leap and see how we can connect,” saysJoelSalinas, Harvard Medical School neurologist and author ofMirror Touch.Salinas has mirror-touch synesthesia: He explains to host Elise Loehnen that he perceives his sensesas mixed(i.e.,he hears colors) and that he’s able to feel the physical and emotional sensations of other people—as if they are happening to him. Which is: wild. Loehnen asks him how this has changed his understanding of empathy and the ways we connect with other people.And he teaches us why we need boundaries—and how to set them.(For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

53 MINNOV 5
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A Doctor Who Can Feel People’s Pain

Latest Episodes

Gwyneth Paltrow x Demi Moore: Dismantling Our Defense Mechanisms

“I felt empty and alone,” says Demi Moore,“but oddly not lonely.” The actor and author of the new memoirInside Outjoins GP to talk about what happened after the things she had been hiding from “came spilling out.” Moore describes the process of becoming vulnerable and learning to identify themisperceptions we hold against ourselves and others. One of the biggest traps, says Moore, is needing to place blame. This can keep us from accountability, from forgiveness, from moving on. There is so much meaning to be found in our lives when we back away from binary thinking and allow ourselves to feel compassion for how complex we all are. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

50 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Gwyneth Paltrow x Demi Moore: Dismantling Our Defense Mechanisms

The Principles We Live By

“How are you going to live your life in a way that is kind, and loving, and honest, and with integrity?” asksSarahHurwitz, former speechwriter for Michelle and Barack Obama and author ofHere All Along.In her new book,Hurwitzrediscovered Judaism for herself, and today she shares some of the principles and traditions that could help anyone to create a more fulfilling life. She talks about different ways to feel spiritual, what it really means to tell the truth, and what she’slearned about gossiping. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

55 MIN3 d ago
Comments
The Principles We Live By

Gwyneth Paltrow x Alejandro Junger: A Different Way of Detoxing

GP met functional medicine practitioner AlejandroJungerin 2007,and her journey into wellness was forever changed because of it.Junger, who founded the twenty-one-day Clean Program and wrote the bestselling bookClean, has a new seven-day detox protocol and accompanying book,Clean 7. And now he’s sitting down with GP to share what he’s learned about detoxification, intermittent fasting, and maneuvering around the modern inventions that tend to disrupt our body’s digestive processes and overall health.“We’re living in this interesting point in time where people want agency over their health,” says GP.Jungeris the one of the healers helping us to make the most of it. (For more onJunger, listen to hisgoopfellas podcast episode on the roots of inflammationand head toThe goop Podcasthub.)

56 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Gwyneth Paltrow x Alejandro Junger: A Different Way of Detoxing

Processing Our Childhood

“You don’t want to live on someone else’s fumes,” saysLisaBrennan-Jobs, author ofSmall Fry,abestselling memoirabout growing up in Silicon Valley as the daughter of artist ChrisannBrennanand Apple legend Steve Jobs.Today,Brennan-Jobs and Elise Loehnen talk about the complicated feelings that often arise when we look back at our past—and about how we can sit with and process those feelings. They talk about learning to see our parents—and any human—as human, as multidimensional, as both good and flawed. “It’s hard for people to live their value system sometimes,” saysBrennan-Jobs. But that doesn’t erase all the moments when they do. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

53 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Processing Our Childhood

Finding Joy Again

“When you put on your clothes, how do you feel?” asks Ingrid Fetell Lee, designer and author of the brilliantly researched bookJoyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness.Fetell Lee sits down with Elise Loehnen to explore how different sensory experiences can help us tap into our joy again. They talk about why we, as a society, tend to devalue sensory experiences and label anything that is bright and colorful as frivolous. Fetell Lee shares some fascinating studies, science, and stories that connect our physical senses to our behavior and thought patterns. And she shares the simple tools that we can all use to make our lives a little more vibrant. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

53 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Finding Joy Again

All That We Don’t Know

“There are more and more academics and scientists becoming interested in matters that have to do with consciousness,” saysLeslieKean, journalist and author ofSurviving Death.Keanjoins chief content officer Elise Loehnen to talk about life’s greatest mysteries and the mounting evidence suggesting that consciousness is much bigger than our brains. They talk about how biology and spiritual meaning can and do coexist and what we can learn from psychic mediums.Keanshares fascinating stories about reincarnationandnear-death experiencesas well asa little bit about her coverage of UFOs (which she also wrote a book about). “The more I learn,”Keansays, “the more I realize how much I don’t know.”(For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

51 MIN2 w ago
Comments
All That We Don’t Know

Unsubscribing from Our Thoughts

“I was fully stuck in this neurotic paradox,” says life coach Sasha Heinz, who has a PhD in developmental psychology. That paradox might be familiar: “I do what I don’t want to do,and I don’t do what I want to do.” In this episode, Heinz sits down with Elise Loehnen (who happens to be an old friend) to talk about breaking free from mental blocks. Our thoughts, Heinz reminds us, are optional. And typically the thing between us and the outcome we want is a mind-set gap. Heinz shows us that we don’t always have to react to life—that we have the capability to create our future,and even to blow our own minds. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

48 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Unsubscribing from Our Thoughts

Demystifying Energy Medicine

“There is a source energy that runs through all of us that animates us,” says Jill Blakeway, acupuncturist and author ofEnergy Medicine. Today, Blakeway joins Elise Loehnen to talk about the integration ofEastern andWestern medicine and what she’s come to understand about the power of acupuncture and different forms of energy healing. She explains what happens when our qi is blocked—dysfunction—and how we rebalancethebodyandthemind (often in relation to each other). And she shares incredible stories of healing and extraordinary studies (one about a machine that reacts tohuman thought) that will fascinate both believers and skeptics. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

47 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Demystifying Energy Medicine

Gwyneth, Elise, Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey: When We Dare to Speak Up

Our cohosts, Gwyneth Paltrow and Elise Loehnen, sit down withMeganTwoheyand Jodi Kantor—coauthors ofShe Saidand theNew York Timesinvestigative journalists whowon the Pulitzer Prize for their reporting on Harvey Weinstein. As part of their research, Twohey and Kantor interviewed many women, GP among them. Today, these four women are having a different kind of conversation and reflecting on the stories behind the story. Their intimate back-and-forth is a poignant reminder of why we need to create and protect a culture in which we are all able to voice the truth. “I just want people to know that the powerful don’t always win, that facts can prevail, that stories matter,” says Kantor. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

65 MINNOV 7
Comments
Gwyneth, Elise, Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey: When We Dare to Speak Up

A Doctor Who Can Feel People’s Pain

“There’s a space between people that we just have to take a risk and just leap and see how we can connect,” saysJoelSalinas, Harvard Medical School neurologist and author ofMirror Touch.Salinas has mirror-touch synesthesia: He explains to host Elise Loehnen that he perceives his sensesas mixed(i.e.,he hears colors) and that he’s able to feel the physical and emotional sensations of other people—as if they are happening to him. Which is: wild. Loehnen asks him how this has changed his understanding of empathy and the ways we connect with other people.And he teaches us why we need boundaries—and how to set them.(For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)

53 MINNOV 5
Comments
A Doctor Who Can Feel People’s Pain
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