I’m joined by Synchronicity host Noah Lampert where we talk about spaceophilia, how death makes life meaningful, and ancient concepts arising from the subconscious mind.
The intro/outro music is Bad Actors by Flying Lotus
I’m joined by Third Eye Drops host Michael Phillip where we talk about corpse meditation, dealing with oblivion and the evolution of human communication!
The intro/outro music is Black Satin by Miles Davis
On this special episode I read mindfulness writings from my Facebook page accompanied by brain rubbing music!
The intro/outro music is I Really Love You by Dee Dee Sharp
I talk about the magic of the Rothko Chapel, William Burroughs’ darkness, and the power of setting your intention!
The intro/outro music is Slipping Into Darkness by Dayton Sidewinders
Comedian and podcaster Kelly MacLean joins me to talk about how comedy overlaps with mindfulness, the origin of laughter, and the infinite echo of the human condition!
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The intro/outro music is Nom Samai Mai by Saknatee Srichiangmai
I talk about my new online meditation course Release Into Now and how to deal with the stress of life!
The intro/outro music is ‘La Negra Kulenge’ by Abelardo Carbono y Su Conjunto
I talk about common struggles people have with mindfulness and drawing an embryo self-portrait!
The intro/outro music is ‘Yaz Gazeteci Yaz’ by Selda
I talk about the cyclical nature of the Earth, Tibetan sky funerals, and how the contexts of the way we perceive the world are hilarious.
The intro/outro music is Tumu Pakara by Francis Bebey
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I talk about getting trapped in a state of existential paralysis and how I popped out of the meta-cycle!
The intro/outro music is O Caminho Do Bem by Tim Maia
I talk about the power of perception and how to avoid getting lost in the catacombs of our mind by putting what we’ve learned about mindfulness into action!
The intro/outro music is Players of the Game by Quasimoto
I talk about mental toughness, cultivating a one pointed mind, and managing the kaleidoscope of thoughts which run through our brains.
The intro/outro music is Two Can Win by J Dilla
Friend and best-selling author Kevin Kaiser joins me to talk about turning your passion into a career, quantum mechanics and the nature of existence.
The intro/outro music is Musicawi Silt by The Daktaris
I talk about slicing the space-time continuum and respecting the horizon of our perception.
The intro/outro music is Danse Fambeaux by Dr John
I connect La Monte Young’s ideas on music to life and talk about cutting to the core of mindfulness by honoring your own thoughts!
The intro/outro music is There Are Other Worlds (They Have Not Told You Of) by Sun Ra
I’m joined by my friend Jon Mueller to talk about his incredible new record Tongues, how we find meaning in art, and the deeper levels of the creative process!
The intro/outro music is What I Thought You Said from the album Tongues by Jon Mueller
Check out all of Jon's work at Rhythmplex.
I’m joined by my dear friend Brian Ramisch, where we talk about our paths of self-awakening, navigating the illusion of reality, and the universe having anxiety about itself.
The intro/outro music is Caboclo by Arthur Verocai
Check out Brian here: http://www.brianramassage.com
I’m joined by filmmaker Mitch Schultz [DMT: The Spirit Molecule] to talk about his new film and how human consciousness fits into the continued unfolding of the universe!
The intro/outro music is Space is the Place by Sun Ra
I’m joined by Australian composer, ROOM40 label boss and fringe field recordist Lawrence English. We talk about how philosophical concepts weave together the creative process and the act of listening.
The intro/outro music is The Liquid Casket by Lawrence English
I’m joined by Raghu Markus on Hanumanh Jayanti, where we talk about the path of awareness, spiritual materialism, and experiences with his guru Neem Karoli Baba.
The intro/outro music is Indian Hump by Madlib
All things Raghu and Ram Dass are at https://www.ramdass.org
The middle finger of the gods, Daniele Bolelli joins me on The Astral Hustle. We talk about being authentic, unifying all of the pieces of the internal self, and finding happiness through letting go.
The intro/outro music is Starlight by Oh No
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On this episode of The Astral Hustle, I’m joined by Pete and Jay from the Meditate This! podcast. We begin by talking about how they started their mindfulness podcast and end by describing how to release to a state of energetic non-duality.
The intro/outro music is You Are My Witness by Black Hippies
Check Pete + Jay's podcast here: http://www.meditatethispodcast.com
On this episode of The Astral Hustle, I’m joined by master shaman, Blue Morpho founder, and dear friend Hamilton Souther. As usual, our conversation takes a kaleidoscopic shape as we talk about consciousness, our place in the universe, and the human’s internal matrix, all while eviscerating the esoterica and posturing of the modern path of awakening.
The intro/outro music is Kelen Ati Len by Orchestre Du Bawobab
On this episode of the Astral Hustle, I’m joined by human optimizer, consciousness conquistador, Onnit founder/CEO, and dear homie Aubrey Marcus. We power through the giddiness that overcomes us when we hang and talk about Aubrey’s recent attempt to change where his drive comes from, the profane and profound duality of our minds, the absurdity of cultural death rituals, and much more.
Check Aubrey out at aubreymarcus.com
The intro/outro music is Ghost by With You feat. Vince Staples
On this episode of the Astral Hustle, Cory talks about SXSW, tracking the projections of your mind to access your subconscious, something amazing that he can’t tell you anything about, and how to make a perfect Old Fashioned.
Shouts to Banner Distillery!
The intro/outro music is Heart Don’t Stand a Chance by Anderson .Paak
On this episode of The Astral Hustle, Cory talks about our universe being a fractal, the amount of fluids the sick humans of humanity generate worldwide, and self-hypnosis through mirror gazing.
The intro/outro music is (My Funk Goes) On & On by Dam-Funk