This episode is an introduction (or re-introduction) to who I am in the world.
Asa Idoni is the owner and creator of the music project Source Vibrations, found at Sourcevibrations.com. as well as Youtube and Spotify. He is a hypnotherapist, sound healer, composer, artist and mystic who’s music and sound healing sessions have benefited people all around the world. Source Vibrations’ listeners enjoy Asa’s unique approach to methods of
This season focuses on alternative health…and by alternative I mean…not in the mainstream. Many of the ways that I’ve healed my addictions, trauma and toxic patterns are through radical self-love, body positivity, embodiment work. These things are often not taught in schools…at least the schools that I swent to…and I have a Masters degree. And
In this interview, we discuss why we need to rethink what science is all about, the meaning of panpsychism
and how time travel helps us to reimagine the mind and the world.
Michele is a spiritual techie who understands where spirituality meets technology and how technology is moving spirituality to the next level.
My guest today aligns with my mission for self-empowerment and creativity.
Sarah Zucker is a writer and multidisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles. Her work merges the gorgeous and grotesque through humor, psychedelia, mysticism, and the interplay of cutting edge + obsolete technologies.
She works across mediums, specializing in mixing digital and analog video techniques and the use of VHS. Her GIF art has been viewed over 3 billion times. She incorporates elements of performance, drawing, painting and collage into her interdimensional rainbow visions. She runs YoMeryl, an art + animation studio, with partner Bronwyn Lundberg. She produces media projects as fancy nothing (formerly known as The Current Sea).
In this episode we discuss:
the benefits of failure
how we’re reversing the ego-based metrics of success in the new paradigm
podcasting as a spiritual practice
**Please note that this episode contains depictions of reality that some people may find disturbing.**