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Episode 44: The Italy Tour

Hello again!!!  Or perhaps we should say, ‘Ciao!!!!’

After touring separately around the globe all summer, we embarked on the journey halfway around the world to meet up once again.  We landed in Italy on July 28th, 2014 to begin a tour of four cities, hosting meditation and mindfulness workshops, drum circles and various community ceremonies.  Now, we are back in a new podcast to say thank you to the people here who have helped us along the way, share what we’ve learned throughout the process and finally, what we think the future holds for TSATR.

Thanks for tuning in, and we hope you’ll leave comments or feedback on our social media sites.  You can find those links on our website or at: iTunestwitterfacebook and youtube!!!

Aho
Namaste
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These are the websites of some amazing people to connect with if you’re ever in Italy:

Generoso Parmigiano (Centro Gaia)
Deva Veronica (La Voce del Cuore)
Maria Serena Riccioni (La Pila Bettona)
Aatma (Centro Le Cure Olistiche)
Anna Iorio (http://soundcloud.com/anna-maria-Iorio)
Massimo Spaliviero (Ponte Zone)
Laura Giada Pillan and Michela Borgo (La Casa Vecchia)
Jorgos Bakalakos (Casale In Lunigiana – Ivan, Massimo, Laura, Silvia, Erika and Ariana)
Ivano (Villa Alessi)
Antonio (Air BnB)
Cristina Moggi (L’Associazione PILAMAYA),
Anna, Daniella and Carolina (La Via Dell’Albero)
Lorraine Taylor (Sacred Journeys Into Yoga) Thailand and worldwide

Big love to all these not so Italian but very amazing people and organisations:

Creativity Heals
Priceless Vitality
Uh Huh Her
Peter Meyers
Esalen Institute
Neil Grayson (Dactyl Foundation)
Marilena Borgna (Vogue Italia)
Chief Golden Light Eagle (Star Knowledge TV)
Ashley ‘SayWut’ Moyer

Todays music is by Josh Kane, the song in the break is called ‘Watercolors’.

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Episode 43: Spiriting

Have you ever let go of the destination and just walked? Allowing the journey to be what it is?

Spirit walking, talking, driving and deciding are powerful ways to let go and become a conduit for flow. It’s interesting to see what happens when we simply trust what feels right and go with it. There are many ways to do this and a lot of things that can happen as a result. This week we give you an overview of something we call Spirit walking. It’s a habit that can build into a way of life. Enjoy!

Note: If I close my eyes I tend to see arrows or streams of energy guiding my Spirit walks.

Thank you to Nelson on the Gold Coast for recommending weekly Spirit walks.
Thanks to Bob Axford in Northern New South Wales for sharing your London walk signal Spirit walking.

This episode features music and a quote from Josh Kane.
It also features Ian Peric playing a Heart Chakra Singing bowl.
Visit Josh on tour: www.UhHuhHer.com/tour

Leave any questions or Spiriting stories at: iTunes, twitter, facebook and youtube!!!

For more about Spirit walking take a listen to the Choose Yes episode with the phenomenal Angela Ai.

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Episode 39: Silence

Practicing silence can range from a silent retreat to no TV while eating.
How does your silence look?

It’s normal to be triggered by silence. It gives us the clarity to see our most subtle comforts and discomforts.
Silence is a sensitive and often vulnerable place. Be gentle on yourself and do what’s right for you right now… That may be different tomorrow.

This episode features music and insights from Josh Kane.
Drop in and visit Josh on tour: www.UhHuhHer.com/tour

To get more details on 13 Weeks to Awakening and “Silence Week” go to: www.13WeeksToAwakening.com

For more TSATR content: iTunes, twitter, facebook and youtube!!!

Meditation Practices
There are infinite tools for practicing silence, these are a few you might like:

  • Time alone in nature (let people know where you’ll be if it’s remote).
  • Blocking time for a silence practice or a silence retreat.
  • Use a pad and paper to communicate or write ideas down. Writing something down can let your mind release rather than try to remember or further explore it.
  • If a thought comes up when I’m practicing complete mental silence, I often come back to feeling the vibration of life in my hands or my heart. Any other present moment anchor like the breath, sound or touch works too.
  • Mentally or verbally reciting a simple mantra like “Sat Nam” or “So Hum” can help to silence the mind.
  • A super SUPER powerful meditation practice for profound silence. It’s worth checking out your local Kundalini Yoga class: So Darshan Chakra Kriya
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