Author Archive | NickMeador

Monique Munoz on the Project Bring Me to Life Podcast

Selomon and Shannon interview visionary artist Monique Munoz on episode #48 of the Project Bring Me to Life Podcast:

Monique Munoz is an artist who has been drawing and creating art since she can remember. Her art can be described as colorful surrealism, bright, animated and nothing short of brilliant. Her goal as an artist is to travel the world creating art that makes people smile.

We talk with her about a few of her art pieces including one that she created after an intense meditation in which she connected with a deity. Other topics include her favorite medium, places she has traveled and the debut of Monique Munoz leggings that are sure to make waves.

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The Realest Idealist on Project Bring Me to Life

Selomon and Shannon speak with spiritual guide the Realest Idealist for Project Bring Me to Life Podcast #47.

Art is spirituality. Spirituality is articulating life. Life is Art. Curtis NeSmith Jr, also known as The Realest Idealist, was born under the perfect conditions to be passionate about his true essence. His mission is to help people empower themselves and bring an enlightened balance to this planet.

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Space Dragon on Project Bring Me to Life

Selomon and Shannon interview producer and musician Space Dragon on Project Bring Me to Life podcast #46:

Space Dragon is the Executive producer of Drunk Yoga, Bar Wars (rap battle league), and the Imminent Disclosure Festival. He is currently living in Honolulu working as the producer for Quantum University where he does the video content for all of their online classes and degree programs.

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Project Bring Me to Life Podcast Interviews Dixon’s Violin

Christopher “Selomon” Closson interviews Dixon’s Violin on Project Bring Me to Life Podcast #29:

The world’s premier digital violinist, Dixon’s life mission is to inspire people! And he has done so across North America, captivating audiences at intimate shows, and wowing crowds of thousands, including Burning Man, giving two TED talks/performances, plus radio, TV, and film appearances.

Learn more about Dixon at www.dixonsviolin.com

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Project Bring Me to Life Podcast Interviews Laine Laroche

Selomon of the Project Bring Me to Life Podcast interviews Laine Laroche on Tuesday, December 2, 2014:

Laine Laroche helps people find and live their life’s purpose. As a Hitchhiker and Train Hopper turned Silicon Valley Executive, Laine uses her street smarts and business skills to turn divine purpose into a sustainable and lucrative path.

She currently resides in Detroit, MI, where she helps Entrepreneurs, Start-ups, and Social Enterprise or Community Organizations integrate value systems into their projects. Her goal is to create projects where people can feel safe and work in a psychological state of flow (ie… their best possible state).

She is also the founder of Valence Creative, a studio that uses its branding and website projects to incubate Detroit area freelancers. Their mission is to empower people to work independently, without the constraints of the usual “top down” structure, so they can experience true entrepreneurial freedom and personal growth on all levels.

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Sarah Hall on the Project Bring Me to Life Podcast

On episode #7 of the Project Bring Me to Life Podcast, host Selomon and co-host Nick Mielnicki interview medium Sarah Hall about her work as an intuitive counselor and spiritual healer. The discussion circles around the theme of maintaining strong boundaries during spiritual development in order to project yourself from unhealthy invasive energies.

Sarah Hall works with many Arch Angels as an Angel Therapist Practitioner. Find out more about her on our website at www.projectbringmetolife.com. Her personal website is www.Serraphim.com.

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Project Bring Me to Life Podcast Interviews Nick Meador

On episode #5 of the Project Bring Me to Life Podcast, host Selomon and co-host Nick Mielnicki interview Nick Meador about his work as a facilitator and writer. Throughout the 90 minute discussion they touch on Process Work (or process-oriented psychology), Meador’s book project about the life and work of “Beat Generation” author Jack Kerouac, body awareness, ecstatic dance, dream interpretation, transformational festivals, and more.

Nick Meador facilitates self-development training on communication and awareness within a supportive community-building space.

He uses a type of psychology called Process Work plus Nonviolent Communication. Check out his group Dreaming Feeling Background for more information.

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Occult Sentinel Podcast: Maraya Karena

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In episode 48 of the Occult Sentinel Podcast, Joe Moore interviews Maraya Karena about the collapse of the New Age, Cyborg Anthropology, Mystic Permaculture, Process Work, and more.

We go all over the map with this interview. I loved recording with the fascinating and powerful Maraya and hope to do it again in the near future.

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About Maraya Karena: 

“I am a cyborg anthropologist and massage therapist.

This means that I study the relationship between humans and technology and that I study the body and the healing arts. To me these are not separate. To me these areas are very much connected.

They come together in texture of our felt experience. They come together in the tapestries of our created environments. They come together in the dynamic ecology of nature, people and technology that forms what the world is.”

About Occult Sentinel:

Occult Sentinel is a podcast covering the hermetic arts, secret societies and various spiritual traditions.… Read the rest

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Illuminating the Darkness in Shamanism

7613489930_9aca4bd68b_bThe starry-eyed fascination with South American shamanism in the spiritual counter-culture is beginning to shift towards a more grounded, realistic perspective. Aurelia Hunter tells a personal tale of Q’ero shaman mistreating her when she was seeking a mentor.

via Teaching and Broken Trust | Reality Sandwich

It’s the beginner’s mind full of childlike curiosity that keeps us humble and fuels our evolution. However, I have also discovered that seeking too far outside of our own inner wisdom can cause a willingness to give away one’s own power. At the start, I could not comprehend that the true teacher would appear the moment I stopped seeking. So I am sharing a story of falling into the illusion that we have to be with certain teachers of particular backgrounds and in certain “power spots” to receive the appropriate energy transmissions to become shamans, medicine women, and other labels of the spiritual walk. I would like to acknowledge that this can be advantageous as well as dangerous.

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