The troubadour from Idaho discusses getting his break in Ireland, early years of van touring in the States, and writing on an empty stomach.
Sarah Perry (@sarahdoingthing), writer and thinker, joins Erik on this episode.
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Drew Perkins talks with James Lindsay about his recent article in Areo and work about social justice and activism in the peer review process in academia. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
@ConceptualJames Areo: Postmodern Religion and the Faith of Social Justice Kindly Inquisitors: The New Attacks on Free Thought Grievance Studies affair Mike Nayna’s YouTube channel Book: Everybody Is Wrong About God
Lindsley Brooks is a feng shui practitioner who specializes in residential and fashion feng shui. She works with people looking to bring beauty, consciousness, and harmony to their living space, personal style, and lives. Lindsley is passionate about sacred living: being intentional about everything you do – from what you wear, to what you bring into your home, to what you put in your psyche.
She incorporates her experience and training in divine feminine studies, psychology, spirituality, reiki, astrology, kinesiology, yoga, artistry, makeup artistry and personal styling.
In all of her work, she has one overacting goal; to help you live in alignment and congruence with your true nature.
Lindsley is family to me. We’ve been best friends since we were about 15 years old. Her Divine Intuition and sensitive have had a tremendous impact on my life, and it’s an absolute honor to have her on the show today. This has been a long time coming.
Lindsley started learning about energy in general, and then looked more into how it shows up in people’s lives, and even more specifically in spaces.
Now she helps people feng shui their life, their fashion, their home, and any other area that people feel the energy is off or somehow needs attention.
How do we bring these energies (masculine and feminine) into harmony?
We don’t necessarily want equal portions of these energies. Perhaps we are looking to harmonize them.
We live in a patriarchal society, which implies that we are lead by the masculine. As where matriarchy would be the opposite.
However, there are more layers than that. This is where we dive into the discussion about the Divine Masculine, False Masculine, Divine Feminine, and False Feminine.
False Masculine - controlling, dominate, take what I want when I want it.
False Feminine - feminist (in its false self), demonization of the masculine, however tending to be operating in a more (false) masculine way.
Divine Feminine energy raises the intuition and connection.
There’s a rise in the desire for the Divine Masculine because we’re trying to figure out how to be here, and be more connected.
How do we actually create positive change?
Change is masculine. But if it’s informed by the Divine Feminine, it’s the Divine Masculine. (This was the crux of our discussion!)
Patriarchy and a False Masculine society has lead us to be scared of the Divine Feminine, and to believe it is weak in a physical world.
We’ve made God into a male, masculine figure.
The original ichthys (fish symbol) is actually the fisca picis. When the two Divine Energies are aligned, they create the almond shape in the middle. It represents the third entity, which is the Christ consciousness.
When Mary anointed Jesus’ feet, it was actually a ritual to was about anointing the “peaceful king”.
Judas was angered that he was the peaceful king because he believed Jesus was going to overthrow the empire, rather than choose to allow himself to be sacrificed.
Jesus’ message was really about choosing love over all that stands against it. And that means resisting violence at all costs, even if it kills you.
(Jared) Our violence killed Jesus. He died because of our sins, rather for them. He was killed as an activist, an enemy of the state, trying to create an awakening of the soul.
When you’re operating in too much of the feminine, sometimes we forget to take care of ourselves. The masculine calls us back to self-care. And the two together, in harmony, can spur us towards self-actualization.
Masculine energy is more about embodiment. It spurs us towards our physical and mental health.
“How we do anything is how we do everything.” - Rob Bell.
Asking whether or not we need a patriarchy or matriarchy is sort of missing the point. These are sociopolitical systems that should be the result of harmony between the masculine and feminine energies.
Even things like natural disasters can be a sign of the universe reaching out to help you come back into alignment.
Ultimately, we need to understand these two energies. We need to study them and find out how they affect. When we know how nature and the earth work, we can start to understand how we work.
Feng Shui for Residential and Fashion
Episode 31- How can the planets actually affect our lives? Is magic real? We got the answers to these questions and more in a most enchanted chat with Witch of the Dawn, Maja D’Aoust. Maja is an esoteric superstar, oracle, lecturer at the Philosophical Research Society, seasoned astrologer, intuitive counselor and actual magic maker. We pick her brain on the real-like working of astrological theology and have her explain how magic can be real, and what it looks like to live a life outside of the tiny box that is most people’s reality. This episode will give you some insane insights into esoteric secrets that have been historically kept deeply hidden.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/the-mother-loving-future/astrology-101-magic-is-real-w-maja-dauost
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Tom Bilyeu: nutrition, fasting, meditation, mindset, immortality, and the secret formula of fulfillment (EP.08)
Tom Bilyeu is the founder of Impact Theory and a co-founder of Quest Nutrition. In this episode, among the highlights, Tom provides powerful insight he’s gained through his pursuit of fulfillment which led to a billion-dollar company in Quest Nutrition. Tom makes a compelling case that it starts with a growth mindset and he’s determined to impart this knowledge into as many people as possible. We discuss:
Tom’s history with dieting and his changing views on fat [4:00]; Tom’s dream of immortality [10:00]; Life leading to Quest Nutrition and how “mindset” made the difference [18:45]; Why Tom helped start Quest Nutrition and what made it a success [27:00]; Why Tom started Impact Theory [35:00]; Money and motivation [44:00]; What Tom learned interviewing every employee at Quest, and the one question everyone answers exactly the same [54:15]; Tom’s secret formula of fulfillment and the ubiquity of suicide [1:00:00]; Nutrition, fasting, sleep, meditation, and other routines Tom uses to function at his best [1:13:15]; and More
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Corey McCarthy: Overcoming trauma, dealing with shame, finding meaning, changing the self-narrative, redemption, and the importance of gratitude (EP.12)
Corey and Peter met when they visited North Kern State Prison in California together as volunteers for Defy Ventures. Peter was moved by Corey’s remarkable story, who is a former inmate himself, and realized he had to have him on the podcast to share his experiences with a wider audience. You’ll almost assuredly take away something very important from listening to this episode. Understanding how your experiences can define you, what forgiveness means of both yourself and others, and how good people can do bad things, are just a few of the takeaways. We discuss:
How Corey and Peter met through Defy Ventures [4:00]; How Corey’s prison experience has shaped his life story [13:30]; Corey’s early life, and the traumatic event that changed everything [16:00]; Early adolescence years, beginnings of addiction, and overwhelming shame [23:00]; The 5 ways to classify wounds, and the relationship between trauma and addiction [39:00]; Turbulent high school years, the struggle of parenting a troubled child, and more trauma further shaping the self-narrative [46:00]; Post high school years, spiraling out of control, and giving up on himself [1:02:00]; Navigating prison life, and why a desire to change often isn’t enough to make it happen [1:19:00]; The turning point and eventual road to recovery [1:48:00]; 12 step programs: Pros and Cons [1:54:00]; Final days in prison, getting released, and routines Corey has kept [1:54:00] Corey’s new perspective on life, takeaways from the visit to Kern prison [2:12:30]; and More.
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DY 022 - “Are More People Achieving Stream Entry These Days?” - with guest Culadasa – Deconstructing Yourself
DY 022 – “Are More People Achieving Stream Entry These Days?” – with guest CuladasaDeconstructing Yourself
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Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 1:24:38In this episode host Michael Taft speaks with meditation teacher, neuroscientist, and author John Yates, also known as Culadasa. Topics covered include: Are more people achieving stream entry these days?, a clear definition of stream entry, the Buddha’s concept of yathābhūtañāṇadassanaṃ or “seeing things as they really are,” reaching a tipping point of stream enterers to avert the coming world disasters, tips for meditation in action, using consciousness hacking and/or drugs to accelerate insight, paṭiccasamuppāda – the interpenetrating nature of phenomena, quantum entanglement and individual minds, the nondual viewpoint, an explanation of reincarnation and past life experiences, and much more.
Culadasa has been practicing Buddhist meditation for over four decades, mainly in Tibetan lineages. He is the director of Dharma Treasure Buddhist Sangha in Tucson, Arizona where he teaches meditation and Buddhism from a modern, progressive scientific perspective. His groundbreaking book, The Mind Illuminated, is a modern road map to Buddhist meditation for a Western audience which combines age-old wisdom teachings of the Buddha with the latest research in cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Learn more at culadasa.com.
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