#67 Conner Moore
Feb 13, 2017
On this TAH I’m joined by Pleasure Monkey podcast host and Onnit project manager Conner Moore. We talk about changing negative perspectives through gratitude, continuing growth by flowing with the shifts of life, and a demystified approach to meditation.
The intro/outro music is New Romantic by Andy Stott
#66 Aubrey Marcus
Feb 6, 2017
On this TAH I’m joined by psychedelic pathfinder Aubrey Marcus. We talk about decoding symbolic projections of our subconscious, breaking linearity by slicing time fractals, and balancing on the wobbling center of divine polarities.
The intro/outro music is Won’t Do by J Dilla
#65 John F Simon Jr
Jan 31, 2017
On this TAH I’m joined by artist and mindfulness teacher John F Simon Jr for a philosophical snowball of a conversation. We talk about seeing consciousness beyond the human perspective, reality as a melted cassette tape, quantum entanglement, and his book Drawing Your Own Path.
The intro/outro music is Root In 7/4 Plus by Maulawi
#64 Amanda Sage
Jan 23, 2017
On this episode of TAH I’m joined by artist Amanda Sage. In this kaleidoscopic exchange of brain vibrations we talk about humans waking up to their inherited behaviors, negative emotions as compost, seeing beyond normalcy, and psychedelic ponchos!
The intro/outro music is Zodiac Shit by Flying Lotus
#62 Now is Now
Jan 9, 2017
It’s the return of the solocast! I talk about consensus reality being an illusion and finding liberation from our monkey-mind mechanisms through objective thinking.
The intro/outro music is Flower Strewing by People
#60 Noah Lampert & Michael Phillip
Dec 27, 2016
I’m joined by Synchronicity host Noah Lampert and Third Eye Drops host Michael Phillip where we melt our brains into a singular stream of cosmic knowing. We chat about shredding spiritual materialism with laughter, following our callings, and the power of keeping it real!
The intro/outro music is Easy Rider by Action Bronson
#58 Chor Boogie + Elizabeth Bast
Dec 12, 2016
On this episode of TAH I’m joined by Chor Boogie and Elizabeth Bast. We talk about Chor’s artistic process, past addiction and Elizabeth’s book which recounts their healing journey that led them to Africa where they took part in an Iboga ceremony with the Bwiti tribe.
The intro/outro music is Lufuala Ndonga by Konono N°1
#56 Michael Phillip
Nov 28, 2016
I’m joined by Third Eye Drops host Michael Phillip where we talk about using daily rituals to heighten potential, staying real while sharing ideas on consciousness, and fasting in order to appreciate food.
Part 2 of this conversation continues on Third Eye Drops!
The intro/outro music is ‘Sleepless’ by Andy Stott