On this episode of the Astral Hustle, Cory talks about what outer space would be like if the temperature of the sun and dark matter were switched, seeing infinity in a grain of sand, and using creative perspectives to see multiple angles of reality.
The intro/outro music is Adam Nana (Medley) by K. Frimpong
On this episode of The Astral Hustle, Cory leads a guided meditation accompanied by binaural beats to help you stay calm, grounded and well tuned for the holidays.
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On this episode of The Astral Hustle, I'm joined by Derek Walmsley, editor of The Wire Magazine. We talk about music journalism, our love for records and what goes on behind the doors of The Wire when they're putting together a new issue.
The intro/outro music is Rasta Determination by Trinity
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In this episode of the Astral Hustle, Cory talks about waking up and realizing your consciousness oozed out of your body during the night. He then talks about flow state as a form of enlightenment and subjective perception being like bad movie computer graphics. Finally, Cory answers a listener question about deja vu in which he suggests our sense of 'I' is nothing more than a wicked case of cryptomnesia.
The intro/outro music is The Gash by The Flaming Lips
On this episode of The Astral Hustle, I'm joined for a conversation about all things esoteric by Andrew McKenzie, a Scottish born hypnotist, psychotherapist, teacher, lecturer and artist. In his conceptual art as The Hafler Trio, Andrew has collaborated with artists such as Jonsi Birgisson (Sigur Ros), Michael Gira (Swans), Blixa Bargeld (Einstürzende Neubauten), Current 93, Nurse With Wound, Genesis P-Orridge, Autechre, Jóhann Jóhannsson and many others.
Check out Andrew at http://simplysuperior.org
The intro/outro music is Huit Octobre 1971 by Cortex