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Polishing The Black Stone

We exist beyond the temporal realm, in tune with things greater than our ego. Polishing the Black Stone reinforces this through conversations exploring relationships, spirituality, psychedelics, art, culture, and the concept of self. It is a reminder that we are human, it is a reminder that we are all one. With our culture emphasizing that we must feel good, we tend to ignore our primordial issues. This ignorance leads to the metaphoric black stone. Which we wear away through communication and focus.

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07/14/18 - Andrew Stickler - The Marrow/Om Namah Shivaya

Andrew Stickler discusses his spiritual path and practices with plant medicine. Andrew and Nick converse over the Guru. Nick Filth continues the story of finding his own guru. A story which began on the episode: "Sean/Aaron Riddle - Taos Hanuman Temple/Clarifying Doubt" Andrew Stickler is a tattoo artist and owns the shop Odds & Ends in Rockford IL. You can find his work on instagram at @astickler and on the web by searching "Odds & Ends Tattoo" All music is performed by Nick Filth. You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com, visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone Please Subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes, it helps! For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com and you might have your question featured on an episode! You can also visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 54mins

26 Aug 2018

Rank #1

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04/11/17 Jamie Hurley - Everything In Small Doses/Sh*t Happens

Jamie Hurley openly discusses a physical disorder that he has gone through over the past few years. While trying his best with doctors and surgeries, he ended up conjoining the help from physicians with a new drug he had heard about from a friend called Kratom. Kratom combined with the treatment he had received from doctors helped him tremendously. Jamie details his entire experience with his health issues and expresses the relief he had gotten from the controversial drug Kratom. Jamie also goes into his new venture into Micro-dosing. Micro-dosing is a new treatment in which a person takes incredibly small threshold amounts of psychedelics depending on the needs of the user. For Jamie it is used to treat his depression. What makes this so interesting is that, the little I know of Jamie, he’s a very outgoing and social person. He is a funny, very intelligent, and kind person. I couldn’t believe that someone like himself fought with depression. Jamie states that his depression is present when he is alone, so he struggles with it almost every night. As with all guests, I’d like to thank Jamie for his complete honesty. Especially about his medical issues which are so personal. I would also like to state that Polishing The Black Stone does not advocate the use of any drugs whatsoever. The subjects covered in this podcast are for informational use only. Be safe. Jamie Hurley is a web developer and software consultant who is a strong supporter of the open source software community and an advocate of net neutrality and freedom of information. For business inquiries contact james.hurleyiv@gmail.com Jamie is also very involved with the the local Seacoast NH skateboarding, music, and artistic communities. If you're looking for places to skate, book shows/events, or places to display your art you can find him by searching Jamie IV through most social media platforms. All music is performed by Nick Filth. You can hear more episodes by visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone. You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com , visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com

1hr 52mins

11 Jun 2017

Rank #2

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03/27/18 - Aaron Riddle - Reality Hopping/Being Okay With Being Here

Aaron Riddle is a tattooer working out of Tempe Arizona. You can find him on instagram by simply searching his name @aaronriddletattoos or by visiting www.27tattoo.com All music is performed by Nick Filth. Except for Happy Go Lively by Laurie Johnson  You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com, visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone Please Subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes, it helps!  For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com and you might have your question featured on an episode! You can also visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

2hr 1min

8 Apr 2018

Rank #3

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04/09/17 - Joshua Nute - Transcendental Insight/Suffering is the Entry

In this episode Nick Filth speaks with Joshua Nute about his time in India, Tibet and walking on the "spiritual path towards enlightenment". Joshua takes us back into his past outlining the origins of his interest in Buddhism. A journey that led him across the Himalayans and back to the west to find himself peace momentarily until 9/11. Josh and Nick speak at length about the importance of a guide when delving into the mystical nature of self and the abstract deeper reality. This figure which was lacking in Joshua’s quest for transcendental insight ultimately was the cause for many struggles along the way. Struggles that unfortunately led him to walk away from Buddhism entirely. Joshua Nute has spent the majority of his life seeking to help people with disabilities gain greater independence. He claims to have had at least one foot in the pursuit of mindfulness and on the path towards enlightenment. Joshua is also a father, a husband, and a hobbyist photographer. You can find his photography on Instragram by searching for the username: “naturesok” All music is performed by Nick Filth. You can hear more episodes by visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone. You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com , visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com

1hr 59mins

28 May 2017

Rank #4

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06/29/17 - James Travis and Matt Kerley - Why am I doing this?/Twitty City

Matt Kerley and James Travis are two traveling tattooers who worked a few days at Hidden History Tattoo. I got the chance to speak with them late one evening on the last night of their stay before they drove off to Canada. Often do we snap into the moment and recognize that we have been drifting. Many of us drive home from work and then realize we weren’t even paying attention, nor could we even remember the drive home. This loss of time is us ultimately losing control of our awareness. I personally believe intention is tied with awareness. When you have intention, you are aware. As stated, many people drift through situations without recognition, or focus. This drifting can lead us into entire careers. This carelessness in life has a seeming momentum to it, we can often get caught in the pull and look back and wonder, as David Byrne aptly sang: “And you may ask yourself, well, How did I get here?”. How often to do ask yourself this question? What led you to this moment right now, what series of events led you here? Where you conscious of these events, did you consciously make decisions that led you to where you are right now? These are important questions to ask yourself. So I ask a very simple yet difficult question to both Matt and James. “why do you tattoo?” Matt Kerley and James Travis are both nomadic tattooers. Matt works privately doing freelance illustration and tattooing in North Carolina and James is currently traveling working in different tattoo shops. You can find their portfolios and contact information on instagram or the following links.  Matt Kerley: @mattitude http://www.mattkerley.bigcartel.com KerleyOnTheRoad@gmail.com James Travis: @xjamestravisx http://xjamestravisx.bigcartel.com xjamestravisx@gmail.com All music is performed by Nick Filth. You can hear more episodes by visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone. You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com , visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com or visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 33mins

23 Jul 2017

Rank #5

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02/11/18 - Brandy Higgins - Planting Seeds/What Does It Mean To Surrender?

Brandy Higgins is the owner and instructor at Bikram Yoga Durham. You can reach her, and find more information about Bikram and her studio by visiting: www.bydurham.com https://www.bikramyoga.com/ All music is performed by Nick Filth. You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com, visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone Please Subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes, it helps! For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com and you might have your question featured on an episode! You can also visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 57mins

25 Feb 2018

Rank #6

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08/20/18 - T.J. Hutchinson - Me, Myself, and Identity/The Cave

T.J. Hutchinson and Nick Filth the difference between "I" and "ME" T.J. is a PhD Candidate in Political Science, a teaching fellow at CUA and an Adjunct Humanities Professor at Nashua NH Community College. So he’s smart to say the least. T.J. is also a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Brown Belt, and a BJJ instructor. He was also an MMA flyweight competitor. All music is performed by Nick Filth. You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com, visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone Please Subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes, it helps! For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com and you might have your question featured on an episode! You can also visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 44mins

30 Sep 2018

Rank #7

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1/13/18 - Marc Gaffney - You Can't Hide Love/Pepper on a Sh*tty Sandwich

Being a big, tattooed, singer of a metal band Marc Gaffney meets with Nick Filth and discuss the differences between the way he is perceived and how he lives.  Marc Gaffney is the lead singer and guitarist of the band Gozu yet he chose to describe himself as simply “human”. You can hear Gozu’s previous album “Revival” while anticipating their newest album “Equilibrium“ which will be released April 13th of this year on Metal Blade Records. https://gozu.bandcamp.com/ http://www.metalblade.com/us/news/gozu-signs-worldwide-deal/ All music is performed by Nick Filth.  You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com, visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone  For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com or visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

2hr 41mins

21 Jan 2018

Rank #8

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11/08/18 - Aaron Riddle - Spiritual Tourism/For the Love of God

Aaron Riddle sends Nick (Mahesh Das) an email while Nick is in Varanasi, India. Admitting jealousy and envy towards Mahesh Das's "Love for God". Aaron and Nick discuss this email, and dig deeper into subjects such as spiritual tourism, money with spirutality, and devotional practice. Aaron Riddle is a tattooer working out of Tempe Arizona in a private studio. You can find him on Instagram by simply searching his name @aaronriddletattoos. All music is performed by Nick Filth (Mahesh Das) You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com, visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone Please Subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes, it helps! For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com and you might have your question featured on an episode! You can also visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 34mins

9 Dec 2018

Rank #9

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10/22/17 - Scott Boyer - Into the Void/Preservation of History

Scott Boyer is one of Nick's closest friends despite the distance between them. Nick had recently taken a trip to Colorado Springs to visit Scott with the intentions of doing Sensory Deprivation. It was Nick's first time, and they immediately recorded the podcast after. The hour an a half podcast is the result. Scott Boyer along with his wife are the owners of Yellow Beak Press. A publishing company focused on preserving and promoting tattoo history. Scott has also celebrated his 20th year as a bicycle mechanic.  www.yellowbeakpress.com All music is performed by Nick Filth.  You can hear more episodes by visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone.  You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com, visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone  For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com or visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 42mins

12 Nov 2017

Rank #10

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07/08/18 - Sean/Aaron Riddle - Taos Hanuman Temple/Clarifying Doubt

You can find more information on the Taos Neem Karoli Baba Ashram here: http://nkbashram.org/ Aaron Riddle is a tattooer working out of Tempe Arizona. You can find him on instagram by simply searching his name @aaronriddletattoos or by visiting www.27tattoo.com All music is performed by Nick Filth. You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com, visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone Please Subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes, it helps! For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com and you might have your question featured on an episode! You can also visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 50mins

29 Jul 2018

Rank #11

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05/13/17 - Seamus Menihane - Witnessing Trends That Effect Art/Performance Dilemma

Seamus Menihane is a touring musician in notable bands such as Vattnet Viskar and Vanna. He has also played drums in one of Nick’s bands Psychic Wounds. In this episode Nick seeks Seamus’s perspective on what it’s like to perform live in 2017. Nick believes that the trends of interacting with media in all forms is being redefined, and that attendances to performances on the tier that his bands exist will dwindle to nothing. Seamus lends his opinions and views on the matter, sourcing his experiences of touring all over the world and how social media impacts our relation to new music. Seamus Menihane is the drummer for Vattnet Viskar and Vanna. He also operates the silk screening company Union Screen Printing. You can hear his music and contact Seamus through these following links: www.vannamusic.com https://www.union-screen-printing.com/ http://seamusmenihane.com/

1hr 41mins

9 Jul 2017

Rank #12

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10/16/17 - Bobby Eckstein - Psychopathy/It's Okay To Want To Be Alone

Bobby Eckstein happened to be a guest on another podcast Nick Filth was listening to titled: Missing Maura Murray. The familiar voice made Nick Google "Dr. Robert Eckstein", and was surprised to find out that Nick knew him, through his wife who is a customer of his, but went socially by the name Bobby. In the Maura Murray episode Bobby criticized the hosts usage of the words “Sociopath” and “Psychopath”. He shed light on this subject but Nick asked if Bobby would be interested in speaking on PTBS to expand further as the amount of ignorance on this subject is staggering. Dr. Robert Eckstein is a Senior Lecturer at the University of New Hampshire for both the Department of Psychology and the Justice Studies Program. He is also the Curriculum Development Specialist for Prevention Innovations Research Center, a research group at the University of New Hampshire that focuses on the prevention of sexual assault, relationship abuse, and stalking. Dr. Eckstein was given the University of New Hampshire’s Excellence in Teaching Award in 2010. If you would like to read the Psychopathy Overview Dr. Robert Eckstein had written, which includes the 16 characteristics that epitomize a psychopath please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com You can hear Bobby speak more on rape prevention by watching his TEDTalk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mFzIumKKsc All music is performed by Nick Filth.  You can hear more episodes by visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone.  You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com, visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone  For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com or visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 57mins

3 Dec 2017

Rank #13

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12/09/18 - Sudama Ceuvorst - This Little Light of Mine/I'm Gonna Let It Shine

Matthew 'Sudama' Ceuvorst was born and raised in Pittsburgh PA, and took interest in the human condition from a young age, leading him to Penn State University where he received a Bachelors of Science in Psychology. He traveled to Plum Village in France, to practice meditation and mindful living under Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. From there, his journeys led him to India, where he was introduced to the 4 Paths of Yoga. He returned to India two years later to earn his hatha yoga instructor certification from the Vinyasa Yoga School in Rishikesh.  It was these adventure and inquiries that gradually, but inevitably led Matthew to Ram Dass and the wisdom teachings of Neem Karoli Baba. Matthew’s journey from psychology, into psychedelics, Buddhism, and eventually Bhakti, awakened in him a yearning for a life of service, devotion, and satsang.  Matthew currently serves as a caretaker for his teacher, Ram Dass and facilitates biannual pilgrimages to India, the Himalayan Yoga Yatra. When he is not traveling, Matthew resides in the expansive mountains of Asheville, NC, where he has spent the last year managing the Asheville Yoga Center, teaching yoga and mindfulness to incarcerated individuals, and deepening his relationship with satsang. All music is performed by Nick Filth (Mahesh Das) You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com, visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone Please Subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes, it helps! For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com and you might have your question featured on an episode! You can also visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 22mins

6 Jan 2019

Rank #14

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05/30/18 - Adam Gray - The Truth/I Believe In Miracles

Adam Gray is a tattooer working out of Hidden History Tattoo in Dover, NH. Adam and Nick speak about truth and Adam divulges a personal story in which he believes he had a “religious experience”. You can view his work on instagram by searching @tattoosbyaginger All music is performed by Nick Filth. You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com, visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone Please Subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes, it helps! For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com and you might have your question featured on an episode! You can also visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 47mins

11 Jun 2018

Rank #15

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07/31/17 - J.G. - Tearing Identity Down to Love/Surrender, Doubt, and Destiny

I met J.G. on the side of the road, as he was a hitchhiker. I, meanwhile, was getting through a terrible hangover, from which I had just vomited. Through our short introductions, and me finding out where he was headed, he launched into his story. J.G. is on a pilgrimage around the United States on zero dollars and without revealing his identity. He is motivated and moved by generosity and kindness. He explains his story and is often given free nights to stay in hotels and given rides hundreds of miles from people who pick him up. Our conversations immediately went from compassion and kindness, to altered states of reality, chakras, tuning into the frequencies that individuals emanate, and Love. Despite how sick I was feeling I told J.G. about Polishing The Black Stone and I agreed to drive him to Portland Maine and feed him if he would be a guest on it. He agreed, and I did my best to fight my nausea to stay in the conversation. For which I cut short because I vomited again and couldn’t talk. I fed J.G., drove him to Portland Maine and pointed him in the direction of food and hotels. J.G. and I have intermittently remained in contact through his changing cell phones and through Instagram. He actually stayed with another tattooer a few weeks prior who happens to be in a band that KYOTY was just released on a compilation with. J.G. is also documenting his travels to turn it into a documentary. During his travel his identity will not be revealed, so you can not learn more about him by searching for him online. Although this is one link related to his cause where you can donate to support his film: http://www.antiterrorism.us All music is performed by Nick Filth.  You can hear more episodes by visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone.  You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com , visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone  For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com or visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 7mins

20 Aug 2017

Rank #16

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05/01/17 Katrina Elizabeth - God's Pee/Kundalini Crisis

Katrina Elizabeth lives deep in the northern woods of Maine in a very very small house by the edge of a waterfall. She graciously allowed Nick to visit with her on her property to discuss a matter both of them feel they have endured. Katrina has suffered a complex experience that is known to some as a Kundalini Crisis. Timothy Leary described the Kundalini experience as a “rewarding phase” through what the Tibetan’s called the “First Bardo”. Professor R. C. Zaehner who was an Oriental scholar and expert on mysticism experienced the Kundalini Awakening and simply wrote “I did not like it at all.” Timothy Leary expressed the contrary, that a prepared person would be liberated by the awakening and would feel the immense sensations of joy and illumination. Unfortunately for most (the ill-prepared), the Kundalini awakening is observed without guidance, which is confusing, isolating, dissociating, and terrifying. Nick also believes he has experienced this same awakening, and feels a strong kinship with Katrina due to this. To describe the feeling of a Kundalini awakening would be similar to describing anxiety, PTSD, and disassociativeness. It’s ostensibly a conflict of higher nature and ego. Through working with meditation, psychedelics, yoga, and other spiritual work you ignite the ganglionic centers (chakra’s) to the brain. Thus releasing ones concepts and ideologies and freeing ones perception of reality. Yet the ego still clings and therefor liberation is lost. I mean you do have to go to work in the morning… Katrina explains to Nick her work with Shamanism, and Reiki as well. After the podcast she performed Reiki on Nick for his first time. Katrina Elizabeth is an intuitive healer and shamanic reiki practitioner living in rural Maine. She is also the creator of Ancestral Thread herbal tea and the vintage clothing curator at Moody Lords located in Portland Maine. For more information search for @moodylordsvintage and @choon_tea on Instagram. Links are located at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com Talkin' Like You (Two Tall Mountains) by Connie Converse  Elizabeth "Connie" Converse Born in Concord New Hampshire(1924-?1974) Vanished without a trace, leaving us with a few live recordings which can be seen on youtube and a home made recording released on Omnian Music Group. For move information visit: https://www.omnianmusicgroup.com/products/how-sad-how-lovely All music is performed by Nick Filth. You can hear more episodes by visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone. You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com , visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com or visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 40mins

25 Jun 2017

Rank #17

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08/08/17 - Kyle Bennington - Death Experience/Awe of Presence

Kyle Bennington is Nick Filth's oldest friend. Nick recently got a text from Kyle that stated "I took 4 grams of mushrooms last night, still trying to process it." After two weeks of trying to get Kyle on the phone, the following podcast is the first time in which they had spoken to each other since Kyles experience. All music is performed by Nick Filth.  You can hear more episodes by visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone.  You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com , visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone  For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com or visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 12mins

17 Sep 2017

Rank #18

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08/01/17 - Tom Papows - What's Appropriate?/Sharing Towards One-ness

Tom Papows and Nick Filth begin with Nick delving deeper into his opinion of the last guest on Polishing The Black Stone, J.G. The hitchhiker that Nick had driven to Portland Maine after recording podcast with him. The conversation itself and the following conversations and experiences led Nick to gain a broader perspective on the mysterious J.G. But the conversation turns directly to the matter at hand that Tom and Nick have been waiting to speak to each other about; cultural appropriation. A difficult subject with many sharp edges, Tom and Nick bring their own experiences and views on the matter.  Tom Papows is a freelance camera operator that has  worked on documentaries such as, Birth of a Party, Homemade Parade and The Greasy Pole. He has worked with National Geographic and The Discovery Channel, and worked on music videos for artists such as Guster. Tom describes himself as a vagabond, and cat enthusiast. He is currently working at Lord Hobo Brewing Company, while planning his next trip across the globe. You can follow him on instagram @popeye_the_cameraman All music is performed by Nick Filth.  You can hear more episodes by visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone.  You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com , visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone  For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com or visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

1hr 20mins

3 Sep 2017

Rank #19

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Polishing Pebbles 7 - Thankful Healing Light (Meditation)

Todays Polishing Pebbles episode is a guided meditation. For all those who believe they do not have the time, or don't know how to "meditate", and even for those who meditate every day, this episode is for you. This is the seventh episode of a separate venture within Polishing The Black Stone; it's called Polishing Pebbles. These episodes will be shorter in length and will not include any guests, rather they will be answering questions sent in by you! Yes you, any question that you've had regarding a guest, or Nick Filth personally please email to: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com and it might be chosen as a Polishing Pebbles topic. Questions can be as superficial or as deep and personal as you'd like. Perhaps you want Nick to shed light/express his opinion on something you've been going through. No matter how trivial, banal, or abstract, please send us your thoughts and questions! All music is performed by Nick Filth. You can hear more episodes by visiting www.polishingtheblackstone.com, visiting iTunes and subscribing to Polishing The Black Stone, and on Instagram @polishingtheblackstone Please Subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes, it helps! For more information, questions, or comments please email: polishingtheblackstone@gmail.com and you might have your question featured on an episode! You can also visit us on the web at http://www.polishingtheblackstone.com

20mins

23 Dec 2018

Rank #20