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In this episode we host 7 different perspectives on connecting with nature and why that is important. The solfeggio frequencies, macro cosm and the micro cosm, why mother earth is the best role model, ways for you to go out and connect with nature on a deeper level during nature walks, how the birds know when to fly south and much more.
Join us for a very special episode as we host our second edition of the segments show where we give everyone their own segment to talk about this subject. This includes Certified Angel Therapist Sarah Hall, Spiritual Awkening Guide Curtis NeSmith Jr. aka The Realest Idealist, Producer and Co-Creator of PBM2L Ashton Robertson, Founder and Director of PBM2L Christopher Selomon Closson, Self Development Trainer Mattrick Holbert and Spiritual Medium and Co-Founder of PBM2L Shannon Shine aka Shantastic Shine.
Selomon and Shantastic Shine interview Shayna Gladstone about traveling South America and finding eco-villages and sustainable communities.
In this episode we talk with Shayna Gladstone, co-founder of Project NuMundo, about traveling with purpose. She describes her stories of learning to let go of material objects that were holding her back from pursuing her passion. We also talk about living in harmony with nature, having zero waste while traveling, permaculture and life coaching to help ignite people’s visions and dreams.
Shayna is the Cofounder of NuMundo and Founder of Dream Activation, international eco-network weaver, business coach, crowdfunding consultant, nomad, serial project igniter, performance artist, experience facilitator and life-long earth-guardian.
Learn more about her and her projects on Project Bring Me to Life’s website.
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In this episode, we speak with Jacob Paskus about a paranormal experience he had while sober when he saw multidimensional beings and pillars of light at the top of a sacred hill. During this discussion we talk about the possibility of Jacob’s two parallel lives in two different timelines coming together in the spacetime continuum.
Jacob Paskus is a musician and producer under the name Stratosphere and travels the country playing at different venues. His music can be described as downtempo, chill, ambient and spiritual. Stratosphere aims to raise the vibration of the listener through doorways and walls of sound, earthy tones, grounding beats, and deep bass.
Learn more about Stratosphere at www.projectbringmetolife.com/#!stratosphere/c1c4s
From the Indie Bohemians Morning Show. A Morning Show, for people who hate Morning Shows.
“As soon as I heard you, I imagined you growing up in the mountains where you had to harness cattle by belting out these soulful melodies and that’s how you got your start…”
“Not at all man, I grew up near a highway.”
Adam Faucett is a folk singer you ought to know about. His soulful voice has earned him praise from the Village Voice, Paste Magazine, American Songwriter, Daytrotter and more. Adam and Ron Placone talk about Adam growing up in Arkansas, touring, being in a band vs. solo, the national folk scene, and last but certainly not least, day drinking. Which is also a track on Adam’s last release, “Blind Water Finds Blind Water.”
Also on the show: Ron talks about getting older and if the kids still like rock ‘n’ roll, the Marilyn Manson/Smashing Pumpkins show and Marilyn Manson’s injury, why he doesn’t understand why breastfeeding in public is still an issue, Bernie Sanders in the polls, and Shakespeare probably used to smoke pot.… Read the rest
Selomon and Shantastic Shine interview Scott Love on episode #57 of the Project Bring Me to Life Podcast.
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In this episode Scott Love, founder of Emergence Earth and creator of the Three Days of Light Gathering, talks to us about how he went from living an unfulfilled life to divine revelations that led him to first create the 11/11/11 gathering in Sedona, AZ and eventually to founding the Emergence Earth network and a conscious gathering called Three Days of Light.
Throughout the interview we touch on subjects such as meditation, being an entrepreneur, the four pillars of natural health and wellness, self and spiritual development, sustainable living and community and culture. Scott also describes some of the hardest and most joyful parts of creating and hosting a conscious gathering like 3DL and what it’s like when the event has come to a close.
Scott Love, Founder of Emergence Earth, is best known for his passionate drive as a Community Outreach Director and “Action-ist”.
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Ashton Robertson had a big spiritual awakening in 2007 and has been spreading knowledge, light, love and wisdom with the world in many forms ever since. He is a writer, musician, and he loves holding group meditation sessions. He holds vast knowledge within holistic health, science, esoteric wisdom, meditation, chakras, dimensions, and parallel realities.
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This podcast explores the risks of humanity storing as much info as it is on digital formats. Of interesting note, when NASA turned off Voyager 1‘s camera to save on battery usage, no computer remained in existence which could decode the date from the satellite’s camera system.
It is possible for the cameras to be turned on, but it is not a priority for Voyager’s Interstellar Mission. After Voyager 1 took its last image (the “Solar System Family Portrait” in 1990), the cameras were turned off to save power and memory for the instruments expected to detect the new charged particle environment of interstellar space. Mission managers removed the software from both spacecraft that controls the camera. The computers on the ground that understand the software and analyze the images do not exist anymore.
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On this week’s episode of On the Media, we’re engaging in some chillingly informed speculation: what would happen if we, as a species, lost access to our electronic records?
Unus mundus, Latin for “one world,” is the concept of an underlying unified reality from which everything emerges and to which everything returns.
Dip your toe into the well of woo once again with our guests Katy Walker and Joel Mejia, the main creative forces behind the film Time Is Art. “An artist’s search for inspiration in a money-driven society that shuns creativity, and the human search for meaning in a seemingly meaningless world. A cinematic meditation along the lines of Waking Life and Samsara… a film less concerned with linear storytelling and more open to cycle patterns, the hidden meanings of symbols and the dreamlike overlapping of people, places and moments.”
075- Time is Art
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In this installment, herbalist, author, and earth poet Stephen Buhner joins us to discuss the current reductionist paradigm permeating mainstream culture, and the potential of reclaiming individual thought through following innate curiosity. From his bio at The Foundation for Gaian Studies:
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Stephen Harrod Buhner is an Earth poet and the award-winning author of twenty books on nature, indigenous cultures, the environment, and herbal medicine. He comes from a long line of healers including Leroy Burney, Surgeon General of the United States under Eisenhower and Kennedy, and Elizabeth Lusterheide, a midwife and herbalist who worked in rural Indiana in the early nineteenth century. The greatest influence on his work, however, has been his great-grandfather C.G. Harrod who primarily used botanical medicines, also in rural Indiana, when he began his work as a physician in 1911… He is a tireless advocate for the reincorporation of the exploratory artist, independent scholar, amateur naturalist, and citizen scientist in American society – especially as a counterweight to the influence of corporate science and technology.