On this episode of The Astral Hustle, Cory talks about humans being a drop of meatwater which dries out as it ages, taking a selfie with a cannibal tribe, and being authentic by releasing your self illusion.
The intro/outro music is Mutescreamer (El-P Remix) by Beans
On this episode of the Astral Hustle, Cory talks about being stuck in a human body, how strange it is to exist on Earth, and the time he forgot about his hands for a few hours.
The intro/outro music is Nao Tem Nada Nao part 1 +2 by Marcos Valle
On this episode of The Astral Hustle, Cory talks about slipping through time into the new year and various ways to observe your thoughts in order to gain better control of your consciousness.
The intro/outro music is Better Change Your Mind by William Onyeabor
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
On this special episode of The Astral Hustle, Cory announces that the binaural beats project he has been working on with Aubrey Marcus is here!
Cory then takes us through a detailed description of what binaural beats are, the unique process and approach he used to create these, and a track by track explanation of what's going on under the hood.
You can check out the full project at our binaural beats page.
In this episode of The Astral Hustle, I’m joined by masterful drummer and percussionist Jon Mueller (Death Blues, Volcano Choir). We start off by talking about Jon’s work and some of the hard questions one encounters while traveling the creative path. We then move to talking about the act of living, what it could mean to be human, how and why humans resist and deal with death, and how to get out of the patterns of our daily lives in order to stay open.
Check out Jon’s art and music at http://rhythmplex.com
Follow him on twitter at @jonmueller
The intro music is Consonance by Death Blues
The outro music is A Magnetic Center by Jon Mueller
Thanks to Guayaki Yerba Mate for supporting this episode.
In this episode of The Astral Hustle its my great pleasure to join in conversation with my friend John F Simon Jr. He is a visual artist and author with works in MoMA, Guggenheim, Whitney, SF MoMA, LA MoA, and countless others. He also collaborated with Bjork on her Biophilia app.
John is an artistic buddha, with a deep understanding of the creative process, what it means to be an artist, and how that connects with meditation and mindfulness.
We talk about when we first met, the artistic path, and the many layers of the inward journey.
This episode is fueled by Cuvée Coffee from Austin. The Fazenda Pantano and Black and Blue Nitro are my daily favorites.
The intro/outro music is Guinnevere from the Complete Bitches Brew Sessions by Miles Davis
In this episode of The Astral Hustle, Cory gives a brief overview of his early days of meditation and tapping into the astral world.
The intro/outro music is Knock Knock by Madlib, MF Doom, Blu and Med
In this episode of The Astral Hustle, Cory talks about getting out of the cycle of desire, the indulgent beauty of the present moment, and appreciating life's downs as well as the ups. Cory also answers a listener's question in the new segment 'Questions from the Cosmos.'
The intro/outro music is Let My People Go by Darondo
In this epic episode of The Astral Hustle, me and my friend Mitch Schultz talk about everything from reality time compression, to a web of conduits communicating psychic consciousness in an alternate yet simultaneous layer of the universe.
Intro/outro music is I Love Acid by Luke Vibert
In this episode, Cory introduces the new segment ’Truth is Stranger Than Fiction’ and talks about trillions of neutrinos passing through your body every second. He then talks about over-juicing the intellectual fruit and polishing the spiritual brass.
The intro/outro music is Xica da Silva by Jorge Ben
In this special bonus episode of The Astral Hustle, Cory leads us through a guided meditation which focuses on heart opening and releasing negative emotion. Its accompanied by a binaural beat which he composed specifically for this special episode.
Does drawing in white light through your spine and expelling negativity in the form of a giant flame that explodes from your heart sound good? Then this guided meditation is for you.
In this episode of The Astral Hustle, Cory talks about releasing your fear by killing the shadow demon, neurological grids, how slippery the ego gets at the finer frequencies of consciousness, and the essence of the path.
Intro/Outro music is 2 The Head by Ant Banks, from the DJ Screw mixtape Wineberry Over Gold (51:20) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8wsprV_-4w
In this episode of The Astral Hustle, Cory talks about conceptualizing a multidimensional structure of reality so complex that his mind almost falls into an unknown abyss. He then talks about a repeated sentence in a dream which wakes him up and instructs him to 'remember to see the divinity' in all people and things.
The intro/outro music is The Moving Finger by Dorothy Ashby https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0kxuAZictJ4
The great Daniele Bolelli, writer, philosopher, martial artist, and drunken taoist, joins me on The Astral Hustle. We talk about the origin of consciousness and spirituality without bullshit. Check him out at danielebolelli.com and @dbolelli
This episode is sponsored by Punctum Records.
The intro/outro music is Nètsanèt by Mulatu Astatke.
In this episode, Cory talks about altering the tone of your perception, speaking from the Heart-Mind, trusting your intuition, honoring your most authentic self, and merging with cosmic oneness.
Intro/Outro music is 'Requiem Pour Un Con' by Serge Gainsbourg
In this episode of The Astral Hustle, Cory talks about chilling out so you can dilate your energetic receptacles, how your consciousness is a map of the universe, a person's atomic electromagnetic field being neutralized and more. The episode wraps with a guided visualization on how to get out of your body and observe your mind.
Intro/Outro song is 'Everybody Loves the Sunshine' by Roy Ayers.
In this episode of The Astral Hustle, Cory answers eight unanswerable philosophical questions impromptu. Why is there something instead of nothing? What are numbers?
Cory answers these questions and suggests that someone should be eaten by a lion and a shark at the same time.
Intro/Outro music is 'Na Na Na Yeh Kya Karne Lage Ho' by Kalyanji - Anandji
In the first episode of 'The Astral Hustle', Cory introduces the podcast and talks about our spirits being sculptures, which leave our bodies, and attach to a larger sculpture in the cosmos. This massive sculpture made of trillions of spirits then rips through a black hole and into a fractal of space time.
Intro/Outro music is 'Que Beleza' by Tim Maia.