Susie is in conversation with David Lynch talking about the power of TM meditation, his daily routine, how he approaches ideas and creativity for his films, and what living the Art Life means to him. David talks about why coffee and cigarettes are important for him to get started, how to catch your big ideas and how to know which ideas to act on. He also tells a personal story about John Lennon and Maharishi in India and about keeping your ideas.
Susie and David talk about David´s daily routines and what drives his unbounded creativity for producing art, films and paintings. They discuss the power of TM meditation and the work of the David Lynch Foundation. David talks about what living the Art Life means to him.
Gita Joshi, The Curator’s Salon
I’m talking here with Gita Joshi on her podcast, The Curator’s Salon is about the journey of writing a book and how I got inspired to write about creativity.
Susie chats to Lorna Scobie, the author of the 365 Days of Art series.
Richard Kilgarriff, Bookomi #1
Susie talks to Bookomi about writing her new book coming out of a life threatening illness and stories from the life of a celebrity PR agent.
Michael Neill, Hollywood coach
Michael Neill and Susie Pearl old friends from years ago talk about tales from the days they worked together with Paul McKenna and Dr Richard Bandler.
Talking to Nat about what happened just as I was diagnosed with life threatening illness.
I am talking here with the pioneer researcher and policy reformer, Amanda Feilding. We discuss the latest medical research on the use of psychedelic drugs for improving health and cognition.
Janey Lee Grace
Susie talks to BBC broadcaster Janey Lee Grace about living sober free, recovering from brain cancer and writing her new book on creativity .
Susie Pearl interviewed on ITV news podcast talking about getting back into life and work again after lockdown. Tips for managing and coping.
Gregg is a scientist, geologist and a leading researcher on human consciousness. He is a NY Times bestselling writer and discusses why now is a time to look forward to a better future, based on science research and ancient wisdom texts.