The Spiritual Artist Podcast

The Spiritual Artist Podcast

A Spiritual Artist with Christopher Miller is a podcast series that shares stories of enlightenment and growth from conversations with today’s spiritual artists and thought leaders. An artist is defined as anyone that is consciously connected, present and inspired while practicing their discipline. Conversations with guests explore how making art engages us in emotional, wholistic and spiritual growth. Christopher Miller is an artist, writer and speaker in Dallas, Texas.


November 30, 2023 53 mins

Podcast host CJMiller invites Muralist and Multi-disciplinary Artist Alex Cook to return to the show to discuss his "Your Are Loved" mural ministry and share his thoughts on empowering emotions. 

Alex recently completed a newly commissioned 11' by 55' mural in Downtown Dallas' Thanksgiving Square with a slightly altered message of "Love People." The Thanksgiving Foundation's mission is to come...

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CJ opens this podcast by pondering the concept of gratitude. He shares his appreciation for a great year, including multiple speaking engagements at several art groups and Artisan Santa Fe, his successful solo show "Emotional RollerCoaster," and his first Spiritual Artist Retreat at Lake Texoma, north of Dallas. 

He mentions that the highlight of his Spiritual Artist Retreat was realizing the importance of finding an art c...

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CJMiller podcaster sits down with Las Vegas, New Mexico, Print Maker and Artist Julie Sola to discuss the importance of working from within and focusing on what excites you. Julie sells her work at several markets, including the Santa Fe Railyard Artisan Market. 

Drawing on early childhood memories of her grandparents and Mexican culture, she focuses on whimsical images of animals. Owner of Fat Crow Press, Julie Sola share...

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October 6, 2023 8 mins

CJ Miller takes a break from painting to share his experience of feeling blue and depressed. He encourages the listener to feel the emotion and keep on painting. When we feel our emotions, they process through us and take us to a new place. He also discusses his childhood experience with Seasonal Depression Disorder and how he learned to walk through emotions he cites a recent interview with Dr. Jane Gardner who explains the Emotio...

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CJ Miller invites Scottsdale, Arizona gallery owner and art blog educator Jason Horejs (pronounced Horsh) into his recording studio to challenge misconceptions about best artist practices. Jason’s recent blog titled, “Why Artists Should Focus On Quantity Over Quality,” caused an online stir. 

Jason unpacks the benefits of focusing on quantity over quality and shares his experience on how galleries work, how to approach galleries and...

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My solo show closes this weekend, and I'm taking a short respite in Santa Fe. I decided to re-release one of my favorite story-telling episodes about friends, trust, and guidance. I hope you enjoy this early episode

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Listen to this heartwarming story about Chris' recent trip to Santa Fe. After taking several weeks off from producing "The Spiritual Artist Podcast," host Christopher Miller sha...

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Trans femme, genderqueer spiritual drag artist Bonnie Violet shares how the creative process out pictures in her drag performances and speaking engagements. She has learned to lean into Grace to expand her role as an artist and let her inner child out.  

As a child, she was constantly told that she was not masculine enough or big enough by her father, but drag lets her lean in and embrace her femineity. She explains how today's...

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The podcast host gives a Spiritual Artist Chat about the importance of being like a child. We're always told, "Don't be Childish," but Chris tells the listener to do the opposite. He shares his experience while taking an old-fashioned bubble bath and the importance of using water to become more present. 

Notice the light hitting the bubbles, the sensation of the water on your skin, and the way the steam...

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Creative Earth Coach and Artist Claire Takahashi explains the practice of creating a Morning Altar or Earth Art from natural objects. She guides her students through the process of creative sculptures with grass, rocks, leaves, seeds, and petals found in a wandering process. 

Claire believes it is essential to realign ourselves with nature to restore creativity and live more colorful lives. Morning altars are a tool to tap into your...

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Podcast host Christopher Miller sits with Irish Mixed Media Artist Iseult McCormack to discuss her upcoming solo show, "When I Close My Eyes." 

Iseult paints intuitively, drawing inspiration from the universe of her dreams and emotions. Her work explores the interplay between chaos and harmony while inviting viewers to connect and find their meaning in each piece. 

The artist believes in practicing the presence of...

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Join podcast host Christopher Miller as he explores the philosophical and spiritual implications of making AI art with artist Jeff Perkins. 

Jeff is an AI artist who seeks to use artificial intelligence to create stunning artwork. Blending technology with creativity, Jeff would like to be part of the movement to expand the art world's horizons using artificial intelligence. 

Chris challenges Jeff to answer, "Do you believe ...

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Creativity is a way to let emotions flow through you. When we express feelings, we facilitate the experience, but when they are repressed, they block our access to higher thinking and intuition. In this episode, Dr. Jayne Gardner, Performance Business Coach with a background in family therapy, explains that buried emotions never die, but they make us sick. 

According to Dr. Jayne, our emotions are part of our brain. We lik...

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Dr. Lori Eanes, D.O., Author, and Corporate Wellness Speaker, shares her "Five Simple Solutions for a Healthier Lifestyle" with podcast Host Christopher Miller. Chris is having a frazzled morning when Dr. Lori advises him to stop, listen and retrain his brain. 

At no time have we ever had so much information and distraction, and it's leading to a mental disorder. Dr. Lori says," We have to control the mind and no...

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After visiting Daniela Pasqualini at her show, Podcaster Chris Miller furthers the conversation by asking about self-marketing, spirituality, and more. Daniela uses gratitude as a creative spiritual practice and radiates incredible positive energy.

When approaching a lousy day, she uses routine, exercise, and focus to move through them. She uses exercise to free her mind and sets an intention every week. Daniela uses heav...

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Artist Rebecca Collins returns to The Spiritual Artist Podcast. Rebecca Collins is a mixed media artist working in mosaic, collage, watercolor and digital arts and was Chris’ first podcast interview more than two year ago. 

Rebecca reminds listeners about the importance of slowing down and being present to the process both as a teacher and as an artist. As a teacher Rebecca is very aware of time; she wants to ensure that each studen...

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Are you in the channel of love? Are you practicing love consciousness?  After Podcast host Christopher Miller spends the afternoon volunteering in the Equity Texas booth during Carrollton Pride, he realizes that we have one resource that will never run out; love. 

Why celebrate LGBTQ diversity? Because diversity inspires creativity. Chris notices the incredible creativity in dress and expression. Each attendee demonstrates their sel...

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In this episode, Dallas-based multi-media artist Ann DeRulle shares how she receives intuitive guidance to create her transformative, inspirational, and uplifting paintings. She sees an image or hears words instructing her to create detailed pictures that display sacred geometry, often tiered through plexiglass layers that emanate transformative energy. 

Ann and Chris discuss her creative process and how she receives Divine Guidance...

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Dallas Glass Artist Amy Voss shares her process for making glass sculptures from damaged guitars, dealing with criticism of your art, and other essential life lessons. 

Amy was passionate about music and was attracted to creating art from old guitars. She explains that she avoids huge grout lines by cutting precise glass and using Frit and gold leaf gilding. She doesn't use resin on the entire face of the guitar because it crea...

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International Coach and Senior Trainer for the More to Life Foundation Ann McMaster shares how the More to Life methodology reveals your Real Reality.  

More to Life is based on Dr. K. Bradford Brown and Dr. W. Roy Whitten's training program that enables people to make fundamental changes. Their premise is to be awake to reality– the reality of our essence, relationships, and the moment and circumstance in which we find ourselv...

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Podcast Host Christopher Miller got out of the "wrong side of the bed" this morning and feels anxious. In the episode, he shares the importance of accepting your emotions and letting them take you on a journey.  

How do you process negative emotions? By accepting and feeling them completely. Emotions are what make us humans and connect us to others. Let your feelings take you to that next creative place.  Ram Dass states, ...

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