Rank #1: Interview Episode - Dominique
I'm hiring a new member of the leasing team at our multifamily apartment office. I enjoyed this interview with a bright young talent, who will be starting this week. Unique perspectives include overcoming distractions, raising your standards, and keeping your heart.
Rank #2: Ep. 19 WTF? Why Women Should Submit to Their Husbands
Yes, this is a real thing. How to deal with it? That's a question I ask. The Mindful Revolution will provide the answer. Thank you so much for listening. Please leave a star rating or review. God Bless, Namaste, and have a great day. No...CAUSE a great day :)
Rank #3: Ep 17. NPR, Opening Your 3rd Eye. Pizza.
The irony is the 3rd eye allows you to know without seeing. Why do people say "Beware the Third Eye"? How is it delivering pizza?
Referenced Sadhguru Ajna Chakra Video: https://youtu.be/VTeKP4g0a4k
Referenced Terry Gross Interview on NPR with Author Robert Wright:
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Rank #4: Interview Episode Darnell aka @Music4eva
His Tattoo says "Carpe Diem." We talk dancing, running, growing up country. Darnell Cosby shared what that means. LIVE your days, and do what makes you happy. And what effect it had to have a father who danced at night. So excited for a conversation with someone I know through Instagram. The positive mindset is changing the world. Follow this inspiring friend DC Cosby at www.instagram.com/music4eva
Rank #5: Ep. 23 The Negative Train. Holidays and the Lonely
The difference between negative thinking and observing a negative thought. Christmas is about magic. Jesus Christ. Being lonely in the Holidays. The not-literal bible. No career should be forever. See photos of the views @ethansharrettofficial
Rank #6: Ep. 21 What's Dharma? Tom Petty. The President of no Precedent.
Purpose. The president. Petty. Your life can have a mission that changes the world. Or it can have a mission that simply enjoys, utilizes, bears, or even..despises the world. I am trying to understand and consider 'dharma.' Also, the president of the united states. The rock music ideal, Tom Petty. Rebel in peace. 2018 can be the best year in the history of the world. Follow Ethan Sharrett at www.instagram.com/ethansharrettofficial
Rank #7: Interview Episode - Ahmit, a new Dad working at a gas station
From the 2017 archives in the journey. A busy little Shell station off I-81 north of Roanoke. Ahmit. How does Nepal compare to the US? Ahmit showed how he meditates. A heavy accent may be hard to understand, but a respectful, easy going, and pretty damned funny guy shines through.
Rank #8: Yogi Rebecca Sathre!
Not only an instructor, Becky Sathre is owner of multiple yoga studios on the Gulf Coast of Florida and Alabama. She has practiced yoga as a way of life. Also, making yourself available to someone after a trauma, and Ganesh, the 'Giver' of Obstacles.
Visit URU Yoga and Beyond, at www.uruyoga.com.
Rank #9: Ep 22. Meditating is hard, and What to Expect
I don't always practice what they teach unfortunately. In this driving episode I reveal the difficulty I have with meditating. You can also hear the possible new intro. Thanks Brian. follow at www.instagram.com/ethansharrettofficial
Rank #10: Ep. 20 Repressing your feelings? PB & J
The question in the title was posed to me. First episode since the close of the kickstarter campaign! There is a tease with a little introduction to the 7th chakra. Metaphor regarding peanut butter and jelly. In prison, but never have felt more free?
Referenced Kicksarter Campaign Video:
Rank #11: Prof. Paul Rucker - Cello, Art, Race. Does The Negative Bring You Down?
Paul Rucker enrages some, engages others. His tremendous art and performances are provocative and one-of-a-kind. His recent TED Talks can be found online, he performs his ever changing shows around the world. He is also a professor at VCUArts at Virginia Commonwealth University. Hear this conversation with the talented musician and visual artist. Follow Ethan Sharrett to see photos or direct message questions, www.instagram.com/ethansharrettofficial
Rank #12: Director Byrum Geisler. Lawyering. Gay Types. Bernie Sanders.
Independent filmmaking, bad reviews, controversy with gay characters. His recent "Before the Fall." And of course we talk positivity...and how he wasn't always so. #filmreviews #bernie Good conversation. Possibly a little too political? Follow Ethan Sharrett at www.instagram.com/ethansharrettofficial
Rank #13: Not an Episode: Commute to a Job Interview.mp3
WARNING: Do not listen while driving! There are many navigation prompts that will get you completely lost. It's been over two weeks since I've published, so this is just a status update. Turns into a few thoughts about dismantling racism. Evolved thinking is needed here. The good news is, new understanding occurs at revolutionary levels throughout history!
Rank #14: Ep 16. Reason vs. Love; Wim Hof Breathing Technique
This episode goes back to the 'raw' a bit. Progress can be like that, two steps forward and one step back. But remember, it is progress. After a personal digression, I give an intro to a Wim Hof breath technique. And a little about the place we're staying for a while. Self-reporting a correction however: I mentioned a "Pilgrim" heritage. But that's off the mark. Pilgrims, in a religious sense, were much earlier, and up north. Settlers down here seemingly were motivated by an "off the grid" type of entrepreneurialship. Pretty cool. Places in this country are so different! Follow on IG @ethansharrettofficial
Rank #15: Dr. Richard Labrie, Psy. D. Can Spiritual & Clinical Merge?
An episode found. Producer, Director, and Emmy-nominated Editor.. but he needed more. You can see that with my new-agey, holistic leanings it took me a while, but I came to appreciate that this type of clinical analysis can be deeply valuable, specifically if the clinician is a sincere, dedicated therapist like Rich. Dr. Richard Labrie. Follow his Facebook or message Ethan with questions. @ethansharrettofficial
Rank #16: Ep. 18 Michael Jackson. A retraction to what I previously shared. And "Racism".
Something I just published requires correction. I open with a birthday tribute to Michael Jackson. Then I talk about something at large that I'm glad will be changing as we evolve.
Rank #17: Ep 6. Helping Poverty - There's Money In It!
Look, there's a long drum improvisation that some people will dance to, but some people will admittedly tune out of. This thing is Raw, like I said. But after that, I describe some work experience, and I explain why you could and should dedicate yourself.... to the mindful revolution. Yes!
Rank #18: Ep 15. The Voice, or Throat Chakra.
Don't speak up? Welcome to the club - but you should learn to get out. From the road again, the significance and challenge of using your true voice. I talk about the 5th chakra, the Vishuddha or Throat Chakra.
Rank #19: Pastor Craig, Christian Pastor
Pastor Craig shares what got him to a life of pastoring. We open and close the conversation with a drum jam. Craig Gilbert is a Christian pastor in a church near the mountain region of Cripple Creek, Colorado, where I had been visiting family - an energetic teacher who has dedicated his life to Jesus Christ.
Rank #20: Not an Episode, Hand Pan Musician Lancelot P talks a moment.
At the classic Los Angeles hiking trail Runyon Canyon, just before leaving town, Jack and I noticed Lanz P, offering beautiful hand pan music for passers by. These angelic instruments are rare, and he had such a unique aura we had to stop, listen and chat. He was once a guru, and for the moment a traveling busker. Listen to what he says about new spirituality and authenticity. And Archetypes!! Loki, Jester, Joker Troll. "It's all nonsense!". There's a video of Jack mesmerized by the sound on my instagram and youtube of course. @ethansharrettofficial