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Episode 184: astrology (altered 05)

This is the fifth episode of my Altered series recorded at the Altered Conference in Berlin.

In this fifth episode of this mini-series my guest is Petr Lisý.

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The Number Fox

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Episode 181: divine feminine

In this episode I am joined by Anne Baring. She has worked as Jungian analyst fifteen years and teaches in the topics of psychology, mythology, fairy tales and alchemy. Her website is www.annebaring.com.

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Kaada & Mike Patton

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Episode 176: jung and mcluhan

In this episode we are going to hear Terence McKenna talk about Carl Jung and Marshall McLuhan. The talks have been lifted from the Psychedelic Salon podcast.

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Episode 68: shadow tech

In this episode I am joined by Melissa Mari and Colin E. Davis and we will talk about spiritual cleaning and clearing practices also known as 'shadow work'. Check out their websites: www.shadowtechbook.com and www.livinginthemovie.com

Music featured in this episode:

The 01 Experience

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Episode 63: the unconscious

In this episode we will  listen to a talk by Rupert Sheldrake and Mark Vernon lifted from the Science Set Free podcast. The talk is called The Unconscious.

Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist and author of more than 80 scientific papers and ten books. He is best known for his theory of morphic fields and morphic resonance, which leads to a vision of a living, developing universe with its own inherent memory. 

www.sheldrake.org

Mark Vernon is a writer and a journalist with a PhD in philosophy.

www.markvernon.com

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Car Seat Headrest

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Episode 28: crossing the event horizon

In this episode I am joined by author, philosopher, journalist and teacher Jonathan Zap. He has written extensively on psychology and contemporary mythology. For more information go to: www.zaporacle.com

Music featured in this episode:

Dan Warren

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