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Psychic pianists, prophetic instrument makers, and orchestral meditators--Secret Sound features marginalized American composers, whose work is drawn from intuitive experience and esoteric tradition. Each episode explores an individual artist, focusing on their musical works, creative process, biography, and esoteric influences. Along the way we'll encounter the philosophies of New Thought, Theosophy, spiritualism, Kabbalah, Enochian magic, and more.
 
There Was A Sale is an independent podcast and a unique opportunity to turn the shame of impulsive buying decisions into a rewarding, generative experience. Join hosts Kayla and Matt as they explore the items that make up Matt's various media collections and consider their artistic and cultural merits, as well as their right to remain on the shelf. Each episode features a particular media object of interest, a thematically paired alcoholic beverage, and an engaging conversation.
 
Want to drop fat by eating ridiculously well and exercising less? Whether you’re into Intermittent Fasting, Keto, Paleo, Plant-Based, Wild, Carnivore or completely clueless, we’re here to help you eat right, train smarter, and transform your body and mind to be your absolute best. This family-friendly show is free of outside advertising for your listening pleasure. Winner of 4 awards and #1 in Health in 8+ countries.
 
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Welcome to episode 36, “The Mahatma of Manhattan,” featuring painter, author, publisher, and composer, Louis M. Eilshemius (1864-1941). Now marginally known for his idiosyncratic paintings of nudes and landscapes, Eilshemius spent most of his life being mocked and ignored, until years after being discovered by Marcel Duchamp. Founding the Dreamers …
 
Hello listeners of the podcast! Firstly, thank you very much for listening to us blabber on about boxing for over 2.5 years we really appreciate it. I absolutely LOVE doing this podcast and it has been an unbelievable amount of fun! Due to real life getting in the way the podcast is going to have a break for at least the next few months. If we are …
 
Welcome to episode 35, “The Quantum Heart,” featuring composer, multi-media artist, and tennis player Harley Gaber (1943-2011). Gaber’s music was deeply informed by his study of Buddhism and Taoism, as well as his lifelong interest in quantum physics. He is now most well known for his 1974 string quintet, The Winds Rise in the North. However, he le…
 
Welcome to episode 34, "Service Through Sound," featuring composer, author, Theosophist, and music therapist Evelyn Benham-Bull (1897-1983). Almost entirely forgotten, Benham-Bull was an active composer in the 20s and 30s before shifting her focus to practicing and teaching music therapy for the remainder of her life. After helping design the first…
 
THHE RIGHT HAND CAN TAKE YOU ROUND THE BLOCK BUT A GOOD JAB CAN TAKE YOU ROUND THE WORLD. Two-weeks two 'upsets' due to two very good jabs. This week we reflect on Lyndon Arthur' win over Anthony Yarde, why did it all go so wrong for Yarde and we spoke about the importance of having the right team around you. Special guest Carl Greaves joins us for…
 
Welcome to episode 33, "The Godmother of Music Therapy," featuring opera singer, New Thought philosopher, and pioneering music therapist, Eva Augusta Vescelius (1853-1917). After co-founding the family-run Vescelius Opera Company and touring the world for over a decade, Vescelius’ interest in New Thought philosophy lead to her focus on the role of …
 
I sat down in the studio the Matt Rainnie yesterday morning (although I wasn’t in the studio, I was on Skype, and Matt, oddly, was standing not sitting) to have a conversation about Using Her Marbles. You can listen to our conversation, which aired between 5:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. last night on Mainstreet. Update: the CBC has posted a “web story” ve…
 
Welcome to episode 32, “The Queen of Number-Vibration” featuring New Jersey author, feminist, and pioneer of American numerology, Sarah Joanna Balliett (1847?-1929)—though she is better known by her husband’s name as Mrs. L. Dow Balliett. Synthesizing occult numerology, Pythagorean and New Thought philosophy, as well as the oratory teachings of Fra…
 
Shortcuts are a delightfully powerful set of digital Lego blocks for iOS, a modern day HyperCard, in a way. This guide from Apple to creating Siri Shortcuts using web APIs prompted me to try creating one for myself, a Shortcut to retrieve the percentage of PEI’s electricity load generated from the wind. As a starting place, I used this wind energy …
 
Welcome to Episode 31, “The Oracle of the East Village,” featuring filmmaker, painter, musical ethnographer, and occult magician, Harry Smith (1923-1991). Smith is best known for his influential 6-LP Anthology of American Folk Music, as well as his experimental films and paintings, all of which he designed according to esoteric correspondence syste…
 
Welcome to episode 30, The Prince of Darkness, featuring Lithuanian-American composer, film scorer, violin prodigy, and band leader Prince Massard Kurzhene (1900-1989). Having graduated from a Russian conservatory and begun touring Europe at the age of 12, Kurzhene found his voice in New York City’s vaudeville circuit, where he would express the su…
 
It's more important than ever to do your homework and think for yourself, especially when your health is concerned. And joining us today is the perfect guest to talk through some spicy and timely topics, our friend and fellow podcaster, writer and founder of Wild Foods, Colin Stuckert.By Abel James, FatBurningMan.com
 
After 15 years in the wine business, Todd's life is dedicated to educating and helping people make better choices about food, nutrition and how they think about consuming alcohol. And we're getting into some fun and interesting topics on today's show.By Abel James, FatBurningMan.com
 
Welcome to episode 29, The Magic Rustling, featuring renowned filmmaker, painter, and musician David Lynch (1946-present). From Eraserhead to the latest season of Twin Peaks, Lynch has forged a dream-soaked art so abstractly unique that it spawned the adjective Lynchian to describe anything like it. Known primarily for the visual worlds he creates,…
 
Welcome to episode 28, A Sound Within, featuring Buddhist musician, poet, translator, and world traveler, Louise Landes Levi. She has translated renowned mystic writers such as Mirabai, René Daumal, and Henri Michaux. She's released over a dozen books of her own poetry, like Guru Punk and The Book L. Having studied with Annapurna Devi, Ali Akbar Kh…
 
If you're looking to build your mental strength and fortitude, this is the episode for you. We’re here with Amy Morin discussing specific mental strength exercises to manage your emotions, regulate your thoughts and take more productive action.By Abel James, FatBurningMan.com
 
Welcome to episode 27, “Dance of the Seven Rays,” featuring Armenian priest, author, teacher, and composer/performer Torkom Saraydarian (1915-1997). Raised in Turkey, he survived the Armenian genocide to become a minister in the Armenian Apostolic Church. Immigrating to California, Saraydarian continued work as a minister, but increasingly devoted …
 
Vinnie is a OG trainer and coach for 30+ years, training Hollywood comedians and celebrities like Howie Mandel, playmates, captains of industry, ultra-athletes, Ironman triathletes, and even pregnant moms.By Abel James, FatBurningMan.com
 
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