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 and produces the Urban Artist Market in Dallas, Texas.


December 4, 2022 60 min

Power Skills Specialist Lee Ann Piano shares the importance of writing a Vision Statement to achieve what you desire. As the New Year approaches, Lee Ann reviews four reasons to start with a clear vision for your life:  

  • Vision moves you forward with passion and purpose.  
  • It helps your dreams become bigger than your past  
  • Gives you clarity  
  • It gets you in the game of life and keeps you there  
  • Lee Ann explains the importance of knowi...

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    Michaela Haas, Ph.D., an award-winning reporter and author of three non-fiction books, wrote her most recent book looking for answers to a chronic health issue she experienced. 

    Two psychologists, Richard G. Tedeschi, Ph.D., and Lawrence Calhoun, Ph.D., coined the term "post-traumatic growth" from their work with survivors. Michaela wondered how other people navigate through trauma, illness, and death.

    In "Bouncing Forwar...

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    Podcast host CJMiller asks listeners to be willing to examine their beliefs each day. When we learn to "be the watcher" of our beliefs, we begin to actively participate in creating our lives. Are your current beliefs moving you forward, or are they holding you back? There is no right or wrong, but there is a "right for you."  

    Take extra care this week to watch your thoughts and ask Byron Katie's question, "I...

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    Yoga teacher Lisa Coyle returns to The Spiritual Artist podcast to discuss the destructive cycle of stress and anxiety on the body. Her deeply informative podcast explains how the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems work and the importance of restorative practices in your daily routine. According to Lisa, our parasympathetic system supports us; the more we let go, the more we are supported.

    Lisa practices yin yoga and yogic slee...

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    Transformational coach and inspirational leader Cynthia James introduces her new book, "Does My Voice Matter?" Cynthia explains that the term "voice" is used as a metaphor to define the aspect of being more fully yourself. She encourages the listener to be more fully who they are, whether an author, painter, or writer, and let themselves be seen in the world.

    She asks us to take action when we hear that inner calling...

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    Podcast host Chris Miller reviews the best gift ever given to him; when his sister affirmed that he "bounces" back from bad experiences. He accepted this belief at a very young age and has declared it his own throughout his life. He encourages the listener to pay attention to their thoughts, affirm the good ones and pivot the negative ones into positive ones. The episode concludes with a positive spiritual declaration. 


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    Podcast host, Christopher J. Miller shares his insecurities when viewing the work of a talented artist. When he feels jealousy or envy, he uses the emotional experience to remind him of his own unique value. We succeed when we fully embrace our individual creative DNA with 100% authenticity. If you're feeling jealous, consider that you're not fully expressing yourself.
    Chris announces an upcoming podcast interview with Cynth...

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    Seeking clarity for life? In the episode, Chris continues his conversation about “being in the hallway” or being in that in-between place of indecision caused by a loss of job, change of relationship, health challenge, or other life experience.

    Chris explores Ellen Debenport’s book, “Hell in the Hallway, Light at the Door,” and notes her definition that “prayer is focused thought that moves energy.” When we know that spirit is alway...

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    Business Coach and Author Susie deVille believes that the process of creating is fueled by five essential practices that assist entrepreneurs and leaders in reclaiming their power and inspiration. She shares how many business owners gravitate toward analytical "left-brain" actions and lose access to their most potent tools: intuition, imagination, and ideation.  

    Susie shares her process known as the 5Ms™: meditation, mornin...

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    What is your Spiritual Practice? Podcast host, Christopher Miller shares the importance of spiritual practices and the many ways to incorporate them into your routine. Spiritual techniques include:

  • Taking a morning walk.
  • Meditating.
  • Focusing on the good.
  • Noticing moments of awe.
  • Listening to inspirational podcasts.
  • Chris introduces Susie deVille’s book, “Bouyant,” and announces an upcoming interview with the author, who will present her ...

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    Podcast Host Christopher J. Miller shares the metaphor of being in the hallway. Being in the hallway symbolizes the times in our life when we may be overwhelmed, exhausted, or simply not sure what we want to do next.

    Chris reminds the listener to give themselves permission to stop and be in the hallway because sometimes inspired action takes time. Accept the hallway, ground yourself and let yourself be.

    Chris shares an exercise from ...

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    United Kingdom mixed media abstract painter, coach, and mystic Irene Purcell shares the importance of vulnerability and connectivity in the creative process. After completing a deep dive into Nicholas Wilton of Art2Life's CVP course and Louise Fletcher's "Find Your Joy" course in 2019, Irene realized she was ready to take a deep dive into exploring her theme 'Everything is Connected.'  

    The podcast begins wit...

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    Podcast Host Christopher Miller and Author Wilene Dunn share the lesson of letting go. When we accept the current situation, we open a portal for new things to arrive. Sometimes the problem has nothing to do with you; it’s just not working.

    Writer and speaker Wilene Dunn shared the concept for her new book, “If a Bee Were Like Me.” Don’t blame yourself, others, or the environment; take radical responsibility for your life. If we sta...

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    Are you pushing too hard? Or are you not focused enough? 

    Podcast Host Christopher Miller explains Chapter 14, “The Rule of Medium,” from his book “The Spiritual Artist.” Achieve The Rule of Medium by practicing presence in your studio. Look for the flow in everyday life and practice The Rule of Medium when driving or walking down the street. When we push too hard, we meet opposition. When we’re not focused enough, we also discover ...

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    Texas-based photographer and multi-media artist Kris Hundt shares her Peter Pan approach to creativity in this delightful interview. She consciously maintains a state of play where she doesn't judge her subjects and shares herself in a place of joy.

    According to Kris, it's by letting ourselves become vulnerable and opening a space for whatever it is that we enter the realm of creative play. She has learned to see her photogr...

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    Discover new artist tools on how to spiritually grow. One of the earliest lessons we learn is about the importance of tools. You're more than halfway there if you use the right tools for the job. But using the wrong tools or relying too much on your devices can hold back your creativity.

    In this artist chat, CJ challenges you to let go of a tool and try a new one. Experiment with your suite of tools and expand your creative boun...

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    As an Art Therapist, Creativity Coach, and Couture Embroiderer living in Australia, Crystal Gaye teaches her students to surrender to their internal guidance system and step outside their comfort zone. Crystal shares the importance of going within before entering the studio and asking, “What would I like to express through me today?”

    When using art as a spiritual practice, a conscious connection to your higher power is your number o...

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    When we practice seeing the abundance around us, it creates an abundance mindset. Spiritual Artist Podcaster Christopher Miller explains how mastering abundance is as simple as noticing the abundance you already have. Using the Law of Attraction and a little bit of patience, we can create mountains of abundance in our lives. Create abundance. Develop abundance. Be abundance. For more information, visit

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    Entrepreneur, author, and innovator Wilene Dunn returns to The Spiritual Artist Podcast to share her trademarked Power Statement process. Power statements are more than positive affirmations but a way to impress the subconscious and create anything you desire. 

    The conversation starts by emphasizing the importance of belief in manifesting your desires. When we align ourselves with new thoughts, we create possibilities. And according...

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    Writer and Podcast Host CJMiller explain two terms used throughout his book, “The Spiritual Artist.” The conversation focuses on Creative DNA and the Intelligence of Being.

    First, he explains the importance of not letting the word God get in the way of your relationship with this power. He asks us to look for the spiritual essence of this power rather than a specific name and choose the best name for you.

    Chris explains a term coined...

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