Summary: InnerVerse is a podcast dedicated to prying open your Third Eye portal to the infinite and keeping you in perpetual synchronicity. Join Chance Garton for inspired interviews with conscious creators from all paths. INjoy conversations that recognize your limitless potential, and pierce beyond the veils of illusion to bring you into sovereignty and creative freedom. Tune in to respect and celebrate life's core Truth: that we are all One Consciousness, expressing itself through our individual uniqueness. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Nicholas Heilig is a festival touring live-painter who has been steadily gaining popularity as he works tirelessly to improve his skills. We talk about finding the balance between the New Age woo-woo and healthy skepticism, advice for budding artists who want to make a career of their creativity, and how to not be duped by the myriad political divisions of the world. Nicholas is a great guy with a grounded but open minded way of viewing the world and I know you'll love this chat!FOLLOW HEILIG INSTAGRAM.COM/HEILIGART PATREON.COM/HEILIGART Denver friends, don't miss Heilig's Juicy Art Market Event on June 1st!Subscribe to InnerVerse Plus+ for extended episodes!patreon.com/innerverseTopics (View on IP Website)⦁How artists can trade skill training with one another to empower both of their careers⦁Exploring digital programs to supplement one's graphic design abilities⦁Advice for getting into creating album artwork for musicians ⦁Creating cultures that value original thought by becoming more self-reliant⦁Maintaining healthy levels of doubt and skepticism while retaining an open mind⦁Ken Wilbur - Theory of Everything⦁Why budding artists should be fearless with experimentation and different mediums⦁"Just make stuff that's uniquely you, like crazy, all the time." ⦁Taking attention off the corrupt mass media and onto creating healing⦁Questioning the increase in youth suicide rates and the rise of heavy pharmaceutical prescriptions ⦁Sovereignty & Finding balance between collective co-dependency and personal responsibility⦁Seeing through political dialectics⦁Heilig's history as a festival hopping live painter ⦁Non-local psychic connections and auras⦁Link to Twiddles' Tumbledown - http://twiddlemusic.com/tumble-down-2017/ ⦁Advice for aspiring live painters from Heilig⦁Heilig's end goal of opening a live-in studio space for artists to share skills, tools, collaborate and utilize as a venue PLUS EXTENSION+ (Subscribe!)⦁Why it matters to be surrounded by people who share a similar purpose to yours⦁Utilizing resources that are available to artists through local government grants that some cities provide⦁Heilig's story about a butterfly/moth sychronicity at Rootwire Festival and other sychronicities involving insects⦁Great contemplations on the nature of infinity the interconnectedness of all life⦁Ways to engage the right and left brain simultaneously⦁Ideas about how to help and influence your community without sabotaging yourself⦁considering what would happen to our national and religious differences if aliens invaded⦁Heilig is looking for fellow artists to join him as performers at his upcoming show: "The Juicy Art Market" June 1st - https://www.facebook.com/events/376730212832787/Music in this episodeMild WestFollow him on soundcloud for more funky jams with groovy basslines! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bryce Bohnert is the creator of Bartelfish, an artist collective based out of Springfield, MO that he takes on tour to music festivals around the midwest, slinging his art and others to the masses with the intention of inspiring others to find their own spark of creativity within. Join us for a bit of talk about the upcoming Backwoods festival on Mulberry Mountain, a deep look at psychedelic use in the festival subculture, and a discussion on overcoming psychosis on one's spiritual journey. It was a fascinating hangout with a great friend, and we both hope to see you out on the mountain for Backwoods 2018.Follow Bartlefish on IG!Topics - (More on IP Website) Backwoods Festival 2018 Bryce's mission to empower artists with Bartelfish How art is a bridge to the higher self for both creator and viewer Marcel Duchamp - Creative Act Why you want to go to Backwoods Festival on 4/19-4/22 The festival's efforts to prevent trash and respect the mountain The magic of the starry eyed festival first timer Thoughts on why you don't have to get high to have fun Respecting the earth as a steward instead of just a resource consumer The psychedelic origins of Bartelfish Bryce's personal experiences with personal shamanism and how it helped him discover his own native ancestry Support your favorite podcast and get bonus episodes and other cool perks!Subscribe to InnerVerse on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/innerverseMusic in this episode - Kadela
Chris Dyer is a visionary painter, skateboarder, psychedelic adventurer & art teacher who travels the globe hosting workshops, exploring sacred sites, and live-painting at festivals and other events. We got some time to chat while he was taking a break from his marathon journeys and kicking it at home with some friends. We talked about developing into a professional artist, how Jesus stopped Chris from getting enlightenment but saved his art career, and this conversation was totally good vibes all around!Subscribe to InnerVerse Plus+ on Patreon and get more of all things InnerVerse!POSITIVECREATIONS.CAEpisode Topics (View on IP Website) Chris talks about avoiding the Canadian winter by doing workshops and painting at festivals around the globe How experience in a creative discipline gives you the power to practically autopilot through certain steps Turning Positive Creations into a corporation to get legal status to work in the united states Overcoming resistance in all its forms on the artist's journey The differences in cultural situation Chris faced growing up in Peru compared to living in Canada Transitioning from starving artist to world-renowned celebrity Chris talks about consciousness and being grateful for life, illusions and all The story of how Jesus saved Chris' art career by keeping him from getting enlightened The universe behind a pair of eyes Qi Gong is really good for you - learn some with online videos! Rape - tobacco snuff as a tool for spiritual connected-ness Kambo medicine - frog slime based detox What Chris has learned from Ayahuasca Speculations on advanced ancient cultures A weird horse sculpture Chris was commissioned to paint Chris talks about what it's like to do live painting gigs Upcoming events and festivals Chris will be at this year "I want everyone to be happy, so let's do that." - Chris Dyer Music in this episode: Savant Positive Vibes (ft. Twistex)Big BenOverkill See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Morgan Mandala is a mindful master of the imagination who merges the world of spirit with matter in her magical artwork. As a painter, Morgan travels the world to perform her art on stage during live music events at some of the coolest transformational festivals on Earth. Join us for a conversation about symbols, spirit, and sychronicity. You might just take away some inspiration for your own creative journey! Want to see the video version of this episode? - https://youtu.be/BNWzpcx0dCkSubscribe to InnerVerse Plus+ for the extended version of this podcast!Check out visionary art by Morgan Mandala: https://www.morganmandala.com/ Topics (View on IP Website) ⦁ Rainbow Serpent Festival 2018⦁ The beautiful by-products of creating your own path⦁ The selfless synergy between visionary creators⦁ Big Threyda collaboration Morgan recently worked on⦁ Morgan's take on symbolic literacy and archetypal reality⦁ The "Portal" series with Morgan's frequent collaborator Randall Roberts⦁ The mystical power of art that's created with an excessive amount of attention to intention⦁ Morgan describes the Ayahuasca experience⦁ How communities collectively create what individuals are consciously experiencing and how different beliefs could literally change reality⦁ How studying philosophy and art influenced Morgan's life direction⦁ The fractality of the universe and the infinite dimensions of zooming in or out of the micro and macrocosms⦁ Speculations on the simulation theory of the universe⦁ The artist as decider of their own value systems⦁ Morgan describes the goddesses that inspired her recent painting, "Trinity,"⦁ The mythos of the muse and her requirement that you show some discipline⦁ The dual nature of the archetypal goddess as both creator and destroyer⦁ A visit from Morgan's cat Moo MooThis InnerVerse Plus+ extension was where the best parts of the interview happened including some fascinating sychronicity stories. Support your favorite podcast and get access to the full archive of awesome Plus+ episodes!Plus+ Extension (Subscribe!)⦁ The equality conspiracy and celebrating differences⦁ How art teaches us that freedom and personal responsibility are connected⦁ Coming together to imagine solutions to society's ills with transformational festivals⦁ Morgan talks about what it's like to live paint on huge stages and create installations at festivals like Electric Forest ⦁ How the visionary artist serves as a neo-shamanic guide to those going through the early adulthood festival psychedelic rites of passage⦁ How creative expression inspires the genius in others⦁ Working through mental, physical or emotional stagnancy to make flow states easier to attain⦁ Using nature and mindfulness practices to ground and discharge negative thoughts⦁ The artist as a messenger between the platonic realm of idea and the human universe of matter⦁ Finding beauty in the mundane by slowing down and paying attention to the moment⦁ Morgan's adventures in the Amazon, Cambodia, and many other places around the world and synchronicity stories⦁ How talking about and paying attention to synchronicities increases their occurrence⦁ The mystery of memory and the doppelganger effect the traveler experiencesMusic in this episode:Kalpataru Tree See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Philosophy has power. Whether looking from the nihilistic bottomless pit of Nietzsche or the lofty mountaintops of eastern mysticism, the essential nothingness of all things is a landmark realization that one inevitably passes on the psychedelic journey to Self-Realization. Peter Sjöstedt-H is a writer and philosopher who explores ideas of Panpsychism, German Idealism, and Psychedelic Phenomenology. Join us for an episode where we dig up the roots of what we consider good and evil, and discover the true power of choosing to express our values in a constructive instead of prescriptive way. Peter's Website Noumenautics by Peter Sjöstedt-H Episode Topics (View on Website):+ Peter's personal background and education+ Peter breaks down the various schools of thought under the umbrella of idealism+ The progression of philosophical thought from Kant, Schopenhauer, to Nietzsche + The distinction between sentience and consciousness+ Consciousness, the unconscious, and animal sentience+ Speculating on the veracity of psychedelia and contacting the "other" through the unconscious + Evidence for objective but non-physical truths through mathematics+ Karl Popper on the the worlds of the physical, psychological, and the world of "artifacts" i.e. the Platonic absolute ideals - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Popper+ The more you know about, the more you realize how much you don't know+ Nietzsche's "Will to Power" explained + Questioning the origin of one's will with helpful thoughts from Schopenhauer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Schopenhauer+ The inherent illogicality of prescriptive morality+ Climbing out of the abyss with your own true values+ How the new age movement is a carryover of Christian morality+ The fallacies in determinism+ The potential for human super powers in a mind-generated universe+ How value systems of those with greater power are typically hypocritical of those they preach+ Personal responsibility and self knowledge as the source of true power+ Crowley and Knowing the nullification of your own value system as a way to defend it+ LIBER LI THE LOST CONTINENT by Aleister Crowley on Atlantis+ The importance of going to the primary sources instead of taking other's words for granted+ Timaeus by PlatoWant more InnerVerse?Become a Plus+ subscriber for access to extended episodes & more!Check out the notes from the Plus+ extension below.PLUS++ Warren Ellis recreated Karnak from Marvel's Inhumans - inspired by Peter's writing - (a super hero that sees the flaw in all things)+ Analyzing warrior worship and comic hero culture as it relates to mythological pantheons+ Master morality vs. slave morality and overcoming control dialectics with personal empowerment and responsibility+ Anarchy analyzed and being empowered by your inner nemesis+ Considering the consequences of order-following+ CL Stevenson - Ethics & Language+ David Hume and the sentiment based judgements and the mystery of suicide+ More deep examination of morality and how it relates to our survival+ Redefining wisdom in terms of neo-nihilistic non-judgement+ Peter's meeting of the Frauds, artists who created creatures in films like Labyrinth and The Dark Crystal+ A little my own psychedelic phenomenological experiences+ The "reality" of imagined things and the dangerously beautiful yin yang of the infinite sublime+ Do What Thou Highest Self Wills Shall Be The Whole Of The Law+ Seven Sermons to the Dead by Carl Jung+ The Acquisition of Mystical States as the next rung in the evolutionary ladder towards Nietzsche's Overman+ "Always go to the primary source, and apply it to your own life in your own way." Music in this episode: Tempi See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Greg Cipes loves everybody, regardless of what species they may be. An extremely creative individual, Greg has worked on cartoons, movies, TV shows, and he's performed as a professional surfer and musician. With his presence in any type of media, Greg brings a high-energy and loving perspective, and this podcast is no exception. With his best friend Wingman at his side, who is also a radical dog, Greg uses the magic of words to express how we can find joy in simplifying life to the essentials of taking care of our physical, mental and spiritual well-being, and how this process breaks down the cultural programming that traps people into an illusion of separation from source-consciousness. Entertainment doesn't have to be empty, and in this episode we prove it!Watch this episode on Youtube to see Greg and Wingman in all their glory!Follow Greg online!GregCipes.comGreg's Youtube ChannelGreg on TwitterGreg on InstagramEpisode Topics - View on IP Website Greg talks about his life with his dog Wingman amid the throngs of humanity at Venice Beach, CA Making friends with all kinds of people regardless of their income status Getting off the phone--The energetic damage we self-inflict with technology addictions Finding joy in simplifying life Booyakasha! - An ancient Irish exclamation meaning "all glories to the most high" - which is also the teenage mutant ninja turtle's new rallying cry thanks to Greg! The magic of words and casting your vision with the right thoughts, speech and action Avoiding finite definitions and decisions, the Wu-Wei path of active non-action Breaking out of family and culture's programming and becoming a blank slate and therefore open and free to receive and become what your soul desires Nothing real can be threatened and nothing unreal can exist Change starts from within and spreads out to the world in layers "You need to be selfish, so you can be overflowing with love and abundance for others." "The most important decision you can make in your life, every day, is what you put in your mouth." The vital importance of surrounding yourself with others who aspire to be mentally, physically and spiritually healthy Finding balance in the reciprocity of giving and asking for help Greg shares thought about Osho and his tremendous wisdom i Ching reading for the episode: 22 - Grace How the energy of substance abuse shows up in physical life as experiences Greg's raw vegan recipe videos - Cipes Super Food Salad Greg gives brilliant reasons to stop eating animals How gut bacteria create food cravings more than actual personal preference The dark unity of toxicity created by cabals of controllers and how animal murder energizes that apparatus of evil Things Greg hates: leaf blowers, car sounds, & cigarettes Gaining super powers by learning to co-create with reality and the power of fully utilizing the body with disciplines such as Kundalini Yoga How idolizing super heroes robs us of our imagination and true human powers, and sells it back to us as crappy entertainment "If you really want to find peace... be your breath." Subscribe to InnerVerse Plus+ and support your favorite podcast while getting sweet rewards!https://www.patreon.com/innerverseLike the song at the end of the episode? Look up Greg's band, Cipes & The People, for more uplifting tunes!Background music in this episode is from Itzadragon. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
My good friend Kyler dropped by the studio for a chat about natural self healing medicines that are scientifically proven to have a big impact on keeping our bodies balanced. With experience in the elderberry, CBD and medicinal cannabis fields, Kyler has tons of information to share about these easily integrated methods of keeping yourself well.Check out the companies Kyler works with for resources on these medicines! Bloem CBDs THC Firm Elderberry Depot Episode Topics (More on IP Website): The difference between harmful helping and helpful helping Being inspired by others but not influenced Marketing madness and the trickiness of getting truth to the people Elderberry winery raided by FDA (Wyldwood Cellar) Elaboration on the endo-cannabanoid system The ignorant destructiveness of the animal sacrifice cult in the name of carnism and scientific experimentation The barrier of the knowledge gap in philosophical discourse Health benefits of elderberry explained in depth Liposomal Vitamin C and how awesome it is CBD health benefits Raphael Mechoulem: A cannabanoid researcher worth checking out. Chance interviewed on The Spiritual Phoenix Podcast InnerVerse T-Shirts with new Sun & Moon Logo Design Subscribe to InnerVerse Plus+ on Patreon!Get early access to shows, monthly hangouts, and extended episode content while supporting this podcast project!Music in this episode:Create Culture - Vibratory FieldsSpirals - Ancient Instruments & Today's Electronica See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ethan Indigo Smith is a spiritual rebel who helps others find personal sovereignty through his many excellent books on spirituality, meditation and society. The episode focused primarily on the theory and practice of meditation, and is so jam-packed with invaluable insights and terrific techniques that I can hardly believe it all fit into an hour. There are infinite ways to think about nothing, and in this talk we cover some of the most transformative ideas and concepts that one could ever contemplate.Find Ethan Indigo Smith online: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Minds You can find Ethan's books on Amazon and they're available for e-readers! And you can also check out his blog at Wake Up World Books: The Geometry Of Energy: How To Meditate 108 Steps To Be In The Zone The Little Green Book of Revolution Episode Topics (View on IP Website) + Self-Directed Placebo Effect -> Using Imagination to Learn To Feel One's Internal Energy+ Evidence that consciousness influences material reality+ The Universal and Spiritual Language of Mathematics+ Tricking Your Inner Trickster Into Helping You+ Transferring the posture of yoga and meditation into life+ The Geometry of Energy -> Point, Line, Plane, Solid+ Many ways to Focus on the Point -> Yantras, Mantras, Asanas, Mandalas+ Opposing the "I don't know/I don't care" culture+ Ethan's Adventures in Sedona, AZ that inspired him to write The Geometry of Energy+ The artist as righteous rebel+ The lost wise monkey called Do No Evil (or Fear No Evil) - He holds his dantien (abdominal region)+ Changing up postures and practices to prevent discomfort & stagnation+ The Tai-Chi concept of always moving from our center point+ The innumerable health and energy benefits of grounding -> connecting your bare feet to the earth+ Healing human relations through conscious awareness of life's singular unity+ Wisdom from Bruce Lee: "The stillness within stillness is not the real stillness; only when there is stillness in movement does the universal rhythm manifest."+ Practicing calmness in a metaphorical burning building.+ Mentally, Emotively and Physically posturing yourself for success (practicing this will trick your body into producing good chemicals instead of bad ones).+ How mindfulness practices help one use less mental energy and therefore feel more rested at all times+ Getting comfortable with the breaking part of breakthroughs.+ Infinite methods to think about nothing.+ Balancing our Self by balancing our breath (inhale, exhale & pause of equal lengths).+ Mindfully considering the Walter Russell philosophy of Rhythmic Balanced Interchange. Plus+ Extension (Subscribe!) As if this episode wasn't epic enough already, in the Plus+ Extension we take things from mindful to magical. The real wizards-in-training out there won't want to miss the ideas that come up because a true initiate knows that one's power is only limited by their imagination, so expand yours today by signing up for IP Plus+!www.patreon.com/innerverseTopics:+ Abraxis and the physics of how stillness creates motion, or nothingness creates everythingness.+ The Secret of 70% & the paradox of Relaxed Effort.+ Being a seeker instead of a believer.+ Ethan's history of shifting between life in New York and life far out in the country.+ Maintaining the perspective of the outsider to cultivate awareness of awareness.+ Practicing your ability to feel Chi, which is your life force energy.+ Expanding the boundaries of the imagination as it correlates to increases in consciousness.+ Getting into the physical posture that supports your desired mental posture, like making yourself smile more, or using mudras (hand gestures that impact your meridians and mindstates).+ Buddhist monks doing Tai-Chi long forms with their hands to reduce the suffering and ignorance of others+ The hands as a microcosmic representation of the body.+ The infinite distance between ourselves and perfection, and the journey that never ends.Music in this Episode Seamoon - The Center of the Mandala Symbolico - Symbolic Expression See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Matt Presti is the current president of the University of Science and Philosophy. In this episode we discuss the dynamics of self-discovery and divinely inspired illumination by exploring the ideas of great thinkers like Walter Russell, Nicola Tesla, and other spiritual avatars of history. Matt's strong grasp on philosophy makes him a powerful teacher of self-directed development, and his eclectic artistic expressions range from musical masterpieces to video presentations, and that's just the tip of the Presti-burg. For sure one of my favorite episodes of IP yet and you won't want to miss it if you're looking for a little inspiration yourself.See more of Matt's work at MattPresti.comCheck out Matt's music and philosophy videos online! These are a great resource for the aspiring idealist philosopher. Enroll in the University of Science and Philosophy at https://philosophy.orgEpisode Topics (View on IP Website) The connection between art and science The Divine Illumination of Walter Russell: The Secret of Light Definitions of Source: Perfect Stillness & All Knowing Unlocking the Genius within Integrating horizontal sensing with vertical knowing The illusory nature of the motion universe How knowing proceeds creating The meaning of divine illumination and beings who may have attained it The limited but beneficial potential of psychedelics to teach one to tap into source Channeling music from dreams into recorded track The story of Walter Russell's spontaneous realization of cosmic consciousness at the age of 49 in the year 1921 To express the authentic self is the purpose of existing Matt's mission leading the university of science and philosophy "In the wave lies the secret of creation" How materialism causes pollution in both the earth and especially human relations Graphic of the Cross of AwarenessIf you want double the episode content and other subscriber perks, subscribe to InnerVerse Plus+ on Patreon!This episode had a wealth of wonderful topics that are exclusive to the Plus+ Extension, you won't want to miss Matt's ideas on "raising vibrations" because I bet you've never thought about it in quite this way before.Plus+ Extension Topics: + Conceptualization of the thought structure of the creator+ The fulcrum of equilibrium for manifesting the higher mind + Becoming "nonjective" instead of subject/object deluded + The dynamics of self-development + Why we are geared for original thought instead of group think + Transcending hedonism within festival culture and creating paths to truth + The physics explanation of why "raising your vibrations" is more dangerous than enlightening + The absurdity of what's really going on at the Large Hadron CollidorMusic in this episode is by Matt Presti! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Have you ever seen something so cool that you had to try and make it for yourself? That's how Peter Marek got into creating wire wraps and other forms of jewelry, and he's a great example of how following the whims of your passions can lead you to create a beautiful and unique life through imagination. In this episode we talk about where Peter's craftsmanship has taken him since we last spoke way back in Season 1 of IP.Check out Peter's work online: www.instagram.com/rabbit_wraps See video of this episode: youtu.be/OEW5R19avjk EPISODE TOPICS (www.innerversepodcast.com/season-4/3)+ Shifting focus from custom orders to personal expression+ The variety of skills Peter has been learning+ Why independent creators belong on Steemit+ Turning scraps into unique art+ Peter shows off projects and his studio+ Finding a job that supports your passion+ Prioritizing art over social comfort+ Finding the proper pace while going with the flow+ How artists decide their own identity+ The story of how peter got into making jewelry+ Festival synchronicity and self initiated rites of passageAnd tons more in the Plus+ Extension!Want the full length version of this chat? Subscribe to InnerVerse Plus+ for extended episodes, early access, live hangout chats and much more!Music in this episode: Umphrey's Mcgeewww.umphreys.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As life progresses, we all feel the steady assault on our sanity that modern society has unleashed, and it's often been said that everyone these days is "a little crazy in their own way." The creative individual knows that madness and genius are but sides of the same coin, that by going through our traumas and neurosis and directly confronting them, we come out the other side with a new spiritual self awareness. Ross Cessna of the Spiritual Phoenix podcast is no stranger to the reality of mental illness, but has realized that to be sane in an insane world is really a form of insanity itself, and has dedicated himself to being the change the world needs, starting with Self-Healing and reflecting the journey to others by way of podcasting.The Spiritual Phoenix Podcast(Available on iTunes and many other platforms)Episode Topics (more at https://www.innnerversepodcast.com/season-4/2)+ Hereditary paranormal awareness+ Positively framing the loco-motion of life+ Tarot: "XII The Hanged Man"+ Filling the hungry void inside oneself with Truth+ Balance and boundaries with giving and self-care+ Ross recounts ripples from childhood events and the mentality of addiction+ Psychedelic rites of passage & shamanic data download+ Walter Russell - The Secret of Light+ Projecting into other selves+ Opening the door to psychedelic reality without substances+ Knowing and being instead of thinking and trying+ More about the Spiritual Phoenix podcast's mission+ The Truth about Magic: it's the alteration of one's consciousness through a symbolic act of Will+ Everything is still, so chill+ Reading of the poem "Time Works Like Acid" by Jim MorrisonGet the full length episode by donating to IP on Patreon!Subscribe to InnerVerse Plus+ Plus+ Extension Topics+ Giving up the idea of "fixing" others and working on the Self instead+ Magic as the synthesis of art and science+ Self-initiation into higher truths+ The reality that nobody is control of reality+ Meditation, The left and right brain and finding balance+ Chance explains why he cut off his gorgeously nappy dreadlocksMusic in this episode: Wu Wei See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Season 4 of IP kicks off with a conversation about the convergence between veganism and anarchy. Kenny Palurintano is a traveling teacher who helps communities to integrate solutions to society's problems, especially in the kitchen. Don't miss this consciousness expanding episode!Check out Kenny's work at Kenny's Conscious Kitchen See our smiling beard-faces in the video version of this episode. Glorious!Episode Topics (more at https://www.innerversepodcast.com/season-4/1)+ The quest to be the change that the world needs+ Law of Attraction and Taking Action+ Crypto-currency from an Anarchy perspective+ The wrongness of taxation+ Corporate fiction and the straw man conspiracy+ Knowledge of Nature and Self as the keys to Life+ Kenny's psychedelic journey to veganism+ Consciousness, epigenetic evolution and the reshaping of reality through imagination+ Toxic mental and physical diet - the cornerstones of mind control+ Why you can't outsource personal responsibility+ Anarchapulco - Make Anarchy Great Again! - https://anarchapulco.com/buy-your-tickets/Looking for more? Double your weekly dose of InnerVerse by subscribing to Plus+ today! For your voluntary donation you'll gain access to a plethora of perks, early access to episodes and extended content, nearly twice as much podcasting pleasure for your ear holes!https://www.patreon.com/innerverseIn this Plus+ extension we get more of Kenny's personal story and sychronistic events in his life, an explanation of cooking as a flow state, and mucho metaphysical mindfulness of the connection between present moment awareness and the imagination. Music in this episode: Martin's Garden See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode is all about getting the universe to conspire in your favor by fearlessly and creatively forging your own path through life. Jamie Seed makes his second appearance on IP to close out Season 3 with some heartfelt reflection on the creative community of magical festival folk of which he's a central character, as a renowned photographer of uncommon skill and imagination.See Jamie's work at https://www.jamieseed.com Episode Topics (more at https://www.innerversepodcast.com/season-3/30) + Living with purpose + Collecting eclectic hobbies to avoid stagnation + The conscious field that connects all + Wakarusa and the mythos of psychedelic rites of passage + Music festivals, flow arts, and the archaic revival + Responsibility for self-defense and non-aggression + The deeper meaning behind the Santa Claus lie + Disneyfication of materialism in culture + Touching base with the infinite + The Apophatic Golden Rule: Don't do to others what you wouldn't want done to you + And more in the Plus+ Extension!Double your dose of InnerVerse!SUBSCRIBE TO PLUS+ FOR HUGE EPISODE EXTENSIONS, EARLY ACCESS, LIVE HANGOUTS AND MORE!https://www.patreon.com/innerversePlus+ Extension Topics:+ Repeating truth into the zero-point field to defeat the dictatorship of lies+ Jamie's last year of teaching photography+ What makes a good festival and Jamie's involvement with Deadhead Productions+ How life repeats your lessons until you learn to care about your perspective on them+ Memory as an aspect of the unified field and thus being potentially limitless+ The magical life of living out of a camper and bouncing between festivals and state parksMusic This Episode: Soohan See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The being known in this dimension as Ura Soul has returned to InnerVerse for a conversation about how we direct our own evolution in positive directions. By living from the perspective of the heart, we can ditch the programming and start consciously steering our experiences towards what we intend for the greatest good. Plenty of discussion on crypto-currency, removing cruelty from our behavior patterns, and the ups and downs of Steemit and other new social media options, this episode is sure to be great. See a snazzy video version of this episode.Ura Soul has created a space for heart-balancing social media, come create a profile and share! https://www.ureka.orgCheck out the wonderfully conscious blogs by Ura Soul on Steemit! And while you're at it, why not join Steemit and start your crypto-currency adventure?Ura Soul On SteemitInnerVerse on SteemitEpisode Topics: (https://www.innerversepodcast.com/season-3/29)+ Steemit.com - Anarcho-capatalist, cryptocurrency backed social media+ Compassionate Anarchy and solutions to the brutal game of social monopoly known as commerce+ Overcoming fear and realizing the infinite value of the individual+ Evolution as a personal act of will instead of a product of random external forces+ Debunking the myth that giving up meat will make your brain weak+ Artificial Intelligence and the suppression of the divine feminine+ And tons more in the Plus+ Extension!Double your dose of InnerVerse by subscribing to Plus+ and getting HUGE episode extensions, early access, live hangouts and more!https://www.patreon.com/innerversePlus+ Extension Topics:+ Meditation as the tool for overcoming the illusion of time, and many thoughts on techniques and effects.+ "Green language" integrative understanding of words by their parts+ Speculations on the origins of imbalance in universal and human consciousnesses+ Reflecting on the notion that instead of being drops in an ocean of Life, that we are the entire ocean embodiedMusic In This Episode: Imagika Om See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tim Coomber is an adventuring artist from Scotland who is innovating new forms of digital community and human connection through his imagination and passion for creativity. He is the founder of Network99, a social media platform for free expression and a platform for quality art to be valued by an online tribe. He also hosts the podcast Life Is People and frequently interviews up-and-coming positive change makers in the world. This is a very spirited conversation about how our society is changing, and the personal responsibility that will be required to ensure that it changes for the better.Join Network99! (Social Media for Creatives)https://www.n99online.net/Life Is People (Podcast)Episode 3.28 Video VersionEpisode Notes (https://www.innerversepodcast.com/season-3/28) + Modifying our behavior through increasing self awareness + The new Renaissance of human creativity coinciding with the rise of the dark new world order + Artificial intelligence compared to the infinite inner potential of the sovereign individual + The power of illuminating your personal environment with a continual creative expression + Dual pillars of unity consciousness: Dionysian ecstasy as compared to the surrender to Truth, and the middle path between them + Morality, health and discipline as the keys to creative freedom + Truth as a oral tradition throughout history by necessity + Brehon Law - Ancient Irish code of ethics based in Natural Law principles + The amazing abilities of our ancestors that we have traded for modern conveniences + Abandonment trauma as a root cause of our collective human issues + Cryptocurrency positive potentials and dangersJoin InnerVerse Plus+ and get huge episode extensions, early access, and more! https://www.patreon.com/innerverse Plus+ Extension + Origins and modern status of "intelligence agencies" as networks for dark sorcerers + More speculation about ancient human abilities and our natural potentials + Thoughts on living in a world that rewards creativity over conformity + The simple truth that when we are engaged with our inner creative process , we are not destroying each other + Conscious anarchy eliminating the need for meritocracy and oligarchy + Redefining the concept of honor to help create a free and trusting society + Modern humanity as a swarm that needs to reconnect to basic respect and tribal empathyMusic in this Episode - Wisdom Traders See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.