Is there a difference between mindfulness and meditation? It depends. This episode dives into Buddhist mindfulness and the Vedic approach to Transcendental Meditation. You’ll learn how to start a mindfulness practice as well as hear visionary director David Lynch talk about how meditation fuels creativity, hear Michio Kaku opine on the Theory of Everything, and take a minute, purely for yourself.
It's been a long week coming right after a long couple of months and smack dab in the middle of an incredibly long year. Pandemics and protests are taking their toll on all of us. So this episode promises to be full of chill.
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Am I psychic? Is magic real? Can science and spirituality coexist? Is it possible to predict the future? Where does witchcraft come from? And the question we’ve all wondered but never said out loud, if I cast a spell on my boss, would it work?
Lifemancy answers all your questions about the occult and more! You’ll learn the true history behind supernatural stories, the science of paranormal abilities, and how to use the tools of divination to discover your best self. Join host, Rachel Wilkinson, as she shares a laugh about her own dumpster fire life, and why she’s turned to witchcraft to make it better.
Welcoming all skeptics and first-time seekers, this podcast is perfect for the naturally curious, the wonderfully witchy, and anyone who likes to be a hit at parties.
Rachel translates mystical esoterica into easy to understand lessons. Chart your horoscope. Read tarot cards. Cast spells. Learn the skills of psychics to make your life magic. Plus you’ll hear cool stories about mythology we still believe today and folklore that’s shaped our history while she chats with witches, mediums, and occult practitioners as well as scientists, academics, and historians.
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