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The Humboldt Lighthouse

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The Humboldt Lighthouse is a discussion-based podcast focused on illuminating the thoughts and people of Humboldt County, CA. Nate Hankes, the show's founder and host, is a combat veteran, a scientist, and a writer living in Humboldt County, CA.
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Episode 38: Emily May - Mindfulness, rolfing, & slackline.
Emily May is a certified rolfing specialist serving the Humboldt County community. In this conversation we discuss how Emily found yoga and meditation, life in a Nepalese monastery, Thai massage therapy, slack line as a mindfulness practice and her epic backcountry 100 meter slack line adventure in the Idaho wilderness, rolfing therapy, the psoas muscle and the vagus nerve, her Shikoku Trail pilgrimage in Japan, and much more. You can book a rolfing session with Emily at www.structuraltherapy.net. Intro music by @mcyogi.This episode is sponsored by the karma yogis www.thekozm.com, @thekozm. Use the coupon code HUMBOLDT to get 20% off your purchase order. The Kozm, manufacturing yoga clothing and the conscious capitalism movement.This episode is also sponsored by Webeekind CBD herbal apothecary, @webeekind. Support a local Humboldt County business this holiday season by purchasing CBD-infused bath bombs, tinctures, gummies, and salves for you and your pets. Use the coupon code LIGHTHOUSE at www.webeekind.com to get 10% off your purchase order.“One of the big issues at the school I taught was fighting and anger. I began to sprinkle in mindfulness practices as I taught class. After seeing its effect on me and my students, I realized that this is powerful work.”— Emily MayShow Notes: The Connection HPRC Free Event Calendar can be found here. Book Mentions: Thich Nhat Hanh’s, Peace Is Every Step: The Path of Mindfulness in Everyday Life, True Love: A Practice for Awakening the Heart, and The Heart of Understanding: Commentaries on the Prajnaparamita Heart Sutra, and Stanley Rosenberg’s, Accessing the Healing Power of the Vagus Nerve: Self-Help Exercises for Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, and Autism
Episode 34: David Sandercott - Consciousness Calibration, Enlightenment, Yoga, & Meditation.
David Sandercott is a meditation teacher, spiritual life coach, and author of 21 Day Meditation Journey: Connect With Spirit Everyday In A New Way. In this conversation we discuss the stages of enlightenment and the great teachers, ego and intuition, Dr. David Hawkins and muscle testing, meditation and spiritual practice, perceiving the field and holding to the oneness, the enlightenment and teaching of Jesus and Buddha, the life stories of Nisargadatta Maharaj and Gopi Krishna, channeling and shamanism, the tapas and life of Shivabalayogi, the role of a yogi, Self-realization and God-realization, getting woke, samadhi and the upper limbs of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, and the conversation ends with a guided meditation. You can find out more about David at www.davidsandercott.com. His new book, 21 Day Meditation Journey: Connect With Spirit Everyday In A New Way, can be found on Amazon.This episode is sponsored by the karma yogis at www.thekozm.com. Use the coupon code HUMBOLDT to get 20% off your purchase order. The Kozm, manufacturing yoga clothing and the conscious capitalism movement.“We meditate to develop our intuition. We can operate from intuition.”— David SandercottShow Notes: You can book an appointment with David here and visit his website here and purchase his book here. The introductory music from The Dubbadubs featuring Kyla Rose can be found here. You can support Isaac Bluefoot’s Omen Quest Kickstarter campaign here. You can find out more about astronauts experiencing samadhi in space here.Book Mentions: Wayne Dyer’s, There’s a Spiritual Solution to Every Problem, The Lamsa Bible, Dr. David Hawkins’, Power vs. Force, and David Sandercott’s, 21 Day Meditation Journey: Connect With Spirit Everyday In A New Way.
Episode 33: Andrei Hedstrom - Salvation, Business Ethics, a Compassionate Economy, & the Spiritual Path
After a tour of combat in the Persian Gulf War, Andrei Hedstrom set out to become a Lutheran Minister. But fate had other plans for him. Andrei is a husband and father, a painter, art community builder, shamanic practitioner and the CEO of the eLearning and cultural transformation firm, SweetRush. He holds a Masters of Science in pastoral counseling, a BA in Religious Studies and is a Dzogchen practitioner. In this conversation we discuss Andrei’s rite of passage as a combat veteran, his healing journey and entry into academia and spiritual life, cutting free of religious dogma, whether the Nobel Laureate and cultural disruptor, Bob Dylan, fits the prophet archetype, the internal experience of grace and salvation, accepting death in war and drinking condensation from air brakes to survive, a spiritual view on the modern economy and the possibility of an empathic civilization, a Christ-centered economy and how to implement it, raising children to be conscious and aware, the intersection between shamanism and art, and a whole lot more. Find out more about Andrei at andreihedstrom.com. Intro music by @willevansmusic.This episode is sponsored by the karma yogis at www.thekozm.com. Use the coupon code HUMBOLDT to get 20% off your purchase order. The Kozm, manufacturing yoga clothing and the conscious capitalism movement.“Your name is the beginning of a sentence. What you make of that sentence is the heaviest responsibility you get. And it’s an immense gift.”— Andrei HedstromShow Notes: Find out more about The Great Turning at joannamacyfilm.org, visit ompractice.com for online yoga and meditation access, and support Isaac Bluefoot’s Kickstarter campaign by visiting Omen Quest Cards.Multimedia Mentions: John Neihardt’s Black Elk Speaks, Thich Nhat Hahn’s, Living Buddha, Living Christ, and Jeremy Rifkin’s, Empathic Civilization: The Rise to Global Consciousness in a World in Crisis, Manuel De Landa’s, A Thousand Years of Non-Linear History, David Abrams’, The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-Than-Human World, and Martin Prechtel’s, The Smell of Rain on Dust: Grief and Praise.A film about the life of the 14th Dalai Lama’s Life, Kundun.A conversation between Huston Smith and Bill Moyers.A documentary summarizing Jeremy Rifkin’s philosophy, The Third Industrial Revolution: A Radical New Sharing Economy.
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