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Unexpected life lessons from The Boy Who Lived. Every episode, superfan Harriet Morris looks at one character, spell, invention or place from the magical world of Harry Potter (and related works) and asks: what hidden soul-saving teachings are there to help us navigate and dismantle anxiety, depression and the curveballs that life has a habit of throwing at us? As you will see, Winky the house elf, Draco Malfoy and the time turner all have as much to teach us about reclaiming our power as do ...
 
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Writer and fellow Harry Potter superfan Phoenix Huber drops in to talk about a JK Rowling-inspired spell she uses to manage her eating. She also discusses: The need to create good habits when you use games and fantasy worlds such as Hogwarts to manage challenges of being trans What she tried before this spell to improve her eating habits One exampl…
 
An interview that makes no mention of Harry Potter – yes, it’s true! I interview artist Catherine Rains and we discuss nothing to do with the boy wizard. BUT I wanted to bring you this interview because I extracted so much wisdom from it. Catherine is an amazing human being who has just as many life lessons for us as Harry himself. Find out more ab…
 
Heads Up – Boundary Setting 101 week is comin on May 17th …and it’s completely free Make sure you sign up https://www.theshiftinside.com/freed/ What if Hermoine had not been clever? This episode takes what some might see as a bit of a controversial stance on her relationship with Harry and Ron…but that’s not the important thing here. Rather I am in…
 
Heads Up – Boundary Setting 101 week starts tomorrow May 17th …and it’s completely free Make sure you sign up https://www.theshiftinside.com/freed/ The death of Harry’s godfather is in my opinion the biggest blow to Harry of the entire 7 books. Today I ask: what would have happened if Sirius had NOT died? And what lessons do we glean from the trage…
 
In today's minisode, I ask What if Luna Lovegood had had more friends? Discover the surprising answer to this question - and the double contrasting power that she holds. Grab your spot for Boundary Setting 101 Week here: https://www.theshiftinside.com/freed/ Masterclass 1 ~ Turn Down The Volume on Your Fear of Setting Boundaries Discover why you ar…
 
The ill-treated orphan trope is such a well-worn dramatic device. However, in JK Rowlings hands, it works. But what if the Dursleys had been kinder to Harry? Of course if we just stick to literary interpretation, there are certain consequences that would have affected the story if the author had made a different decision regarding Harry’s muggle re…
 
Heads Up – Boundary Setting 101 week is coming on May 17th …and it’s completely free Make sure you sign up https://www.theshiftinside.com/freed/ You can attend on Zoom or get the videos in your inbox. How would The Harry Potter series have been different had Draco killed Dumbledore in the Astronomy tower at the end of The Half Blood Prince? How wou…
 
If Voldemort had not taken Harry’s blood, he would not have made love an integral part of his regeneration – and therein lie the seeds of his own self destruction. Find out more today. Heads Up – Boundary Setting 101 week is coming on May 17th …and it’s completely free Make sure you sign up https://www.theshiftinside.com/freed/ You can attend on Zo…
 
What if Voldemort had not taken Harry’s blood? What if Draco had not Killed Luna? What if Luna had had more friends? In this series of minisodes, I explore what might have happened had key events NOT happened – or indeed HAD happened in the Harry Potter book series. The point is to show you how even catastrophic events can have positive side effect…
 
https://www.theshiftinside.com/stop/ Neville Longbottom certainly learns to stand up for himself during his time at Hogwarts. But there is more to Mr Longbottom than meets the eye. In this episode, I make the case for Neville being more heroic, more of a role model for fighting bullies than Hagrid, Hermione or even Harry himself. Listen in and hear…
 
This episode explores the meaning of polyjuice potion and how it can help us live more empowered lives, free from anxiety and depression. Instant physical transformation, or shapeshifting, is something that has existed in myths and legends for centuries. Humans crave it big time. But, as you shall hear, JK Rowling highlights the shortcomings of sha…
 
Today’s Quotefest focuses on something Dumbledore says to Harry at the end of The Goblet of Fire after his horrific experience in the graveyard, being forced to watch Voldemort come back to human (ish) form. “Numbing the pain for a while will make it worse when you finally feel it” Dumbledore says to Sirius’ protests. I am exploring this quote as a…
 
“Dobby will have too punish himself most grievously for coming to see you Sir; Dobby will have to shut his ears in the oven door for this” (from The Chamber of Secrets). Today’s Quotefest episode uses this seemingly simple quote from Dobby to illustrate a deeper understanding of self-sabotaging behaviour. I am talking about Invisible Pricetags. Dob…
 
Today’s quote is about - not from - one of the Potter books and it comes from John Green, author of Paper Towns “Harry Potter isn’t real? Oh no! Wait, wait, what do you mean by real? Is this video blog real? Am I real if you can see me and hear me, but only through the internet? Are you real if I can read your comment but I don’t know who you are o…
 
Welcome to The Harry Potter Saved My Life Quotefest. Every episode for the next few weeks or so, I will bring you two quotes – 1 meaningful and 1 pure comedy. I give you my spin on how these words can you life an more empowered life. MEANINGFUL QUOTE “Great, Tell me when you’ve defeated Voldemort for me, will you?” from Harry Potter and The Deathly…
 
If Coronavirus Were A Harry Potter Character, It Would Not Be Voldemort. So Who Then? Why, Peeves The Poltergeist of course. For me, the most useful metaphor for Coronavirus in the world of Hogwarts is Peeves the poltergeist. Hogwart’s most un-favourite poltergeist is pretty unmanageable. The only souls, living or dead, that have any impact on his …
 
In this episode, I explain how I used Harry Potter to help a client deal with her suicidal urges. Please note that my area of expertise is compulsive and binge eating, not suicide – so take everything you hear as anecdote, rather than expert advice. In addition, my client has never attempted to take her own life – we are talking about passive suici…
 
Hogwart’s favourite half-giant teaches us three important life lessons throughout the course of the seven books. What are they? Loyalty? Being a good father figure? Well, although these are traits that many people think of, I believe they are least interesting for our purposes here. Instead, let’s talk about: #1 Building Better Boundaries. Hagrid i…
 
A choc-full-of-spoilers review of the latest Fantastic Beasts installment. I talk about what was great, and what was not so great. In particular: *The theme of belonging and can an isolated outsider ever become a leader? *The surprising symbolism of the niffler stealing Grindelwald’s blood pact trinket *What I think about Queenie’s defection to Gri…
 
S2E1: A no-spoilers episode to kick off season 2. I give you a review of the latest Fantastic Beasts film that contains absolutely no major plot giveaways – beyond what your local cinema might have in their description blurb. I talk about what’s good and not so good about The Crimes of Grindelwald so you can decide for yourself. I talk about where …
 
Season 2 of this podcast is just around the corner! Be sure to subscribe so you get the next episode the moment it is released. I include an excerpt about Jacob Kowalski (the thoroughly befuddled muggle from Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them) which was featured in episode 14 of my other podcast, The Eating Coach. Here is the full episode that…
 
Wouldn’t we all just love a Time Turner? How fabulous would it be to go back in time and wipe out that awful interview, the person you wish you had never met, or the job you would avoid like the plague if you had your time over again. However, I believe that the REAL fantasy pull of the Time Turner is two-fold: to help us turn away from the inevita…
 
So many of our fears have a very powerful misunderstanding at their core. Find out why so many of us are servants to our fears, instead of brave adventurers who dismantle them at every opportunity. Harry chooses to face Voldemort in the forest – and we too can stand up to our fears…with equally powerful results. New section: Who’s Your Favourite…? …
 
Today I look at the significance of omnioculars in the Muggle world. If you have forgotten, they appear at the start of Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire when our hero is watching the Quidditch World Cup: "You can replay action ... slow everything down ... and they flash up a play-by-play breakdown if you need it. Bargain - ten Galleons each." Fi…
 
Today we look at our own tendancy to use events and actions of other people to confirm our pre-existing beliefs through Snape...and indeed Harry. Find out exactly how they are inverted mirror images of each other, a kind of mutually destructive, corrupted yin and yang. And of course we take this lesson out of JK Rowling's world, and into our own. F…
 
What surprising lessons can Harry Potter's hideous relatives have to offer us? The hidden benefits of jealousy, that's what. Another shot of inspiration from superfan Harriet Morris who can seemingly find not exactly a font of wisdom from Privet drive, but some backwards, unintended life advice Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon never intended to give t…
 
The 31st October is massively significant in the Potterverse, and even more meaningful for us – if we look deep enough. How we do it is by unearthing the strange paradoxes that occur every Halloween to Harry and his friends. His parents died on this day – but it is also the day that he, Ron and Hermione join forces as a powerful trio that will even…
 
Draco Malfoy is much more than a bully gifted with magical powers. He offers us two very different sources of inspiration when it comes to empowering ourselves. First of all, he makes us ask What is great about that person who drives me crazy? It is the ONLY question we can ask. Without Draco, Harry would not be master of The Elder Wand. We too can…
 
How can we shed our victimhood using the metaphor of Felix Felicis? This is the continuation of last episode on Ron - so go back and re-listen to that first if you haven't already. Lucky potion, as introduced by professor Slughorn in Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince, can be used to talk about many different challenges - but here I am going to…
 
I HATE being poor! I'm not wearing that! I'm no good at Quidditch! Just exactly what IS up with Mr Ronald Weasley? Why would such a self-styled victim be part of the most powerful wizarding trio Hogwarts has ever seen? In this episode I discuss the two great gifts Ron has to offer us on our own journeys to empowerment: his sheer ordinariness and th…
 
How can 'the best witch of her age' help us live more empowered lives? Isn't she, as Snape puts it, just 'an insufferable know-it all'? Yes she is. Of course she is. But Hermione is so much more than that. It is she, not Harry or Ron, who punches Draco in year 3. It is she who masterminds Dumbledore's army when Harry is a bit too consumed by rage t…
 
Today I talk about the role that the idea of Hogwarts has for us in healing from anxiety, depression etc. Nobody transitions from abused child to powerful leader without some form of social support – and we CAN do this, even without a half-giant on a motorbike whisking us off to a strange new world! So much of people’s misery is down to the fact th…
 
In this episode, we look at how you can accept yourself better – not via useless affirmations, but by integrating the shadow within. This concept, coined by Jung is “the unknown ‘‘dark side’’ of our personality - dark both because it tends to consist predominantly of the primitive, negative, socially or religiously depreciated human emotions and im…
 
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