At various times in my life, I've felt like I was hitting my head against the universe.
Struggling to figure out what to do next. Stuck in a house and neighborhood that wasn't right for us. Navigating a conflict between duty and pleasure. That sort of thing.
And eventually, I would call my friend Mark Leuchten and ask him to help me “figure things out.”
Without fail, Mark would NOT help me “figure things out.” Instead, he would give me a much more valuable gift: a reminder of the energetic laws of the universe as he understands them. And that understanding (or “remembering,” as it sometimes feels like) invariably allows me to navigate with a whole lot more grace and effectiveness.
I don't know if those laws are “right” or not. I just know that for me, living as if they are makes things a whole lot better right away.
So as a reminder to me and a gift to you, I asked Mark to record a podcast interview that covers these energetic laws.
In our conversation, we discussed:
- The 6 Truths
- All is One
- Love is the Reason for Everything
- Your Power is in your Control of Thought
- We are here to Learn and to Improve the Perfection of Now
- Life is Eternal
- Let Feeling be your Guide
- the real practice of “self-care”
- paying exquisite attention to the data generated by our Central Nervous System
- the connection between flow, abundance, and money
- the faulty metaphor of the airplane oxygen mask
- “what if everyone chose the same day to be happy?”
- the ineffectiveness of rage
- the ultimate difference between conditional love and true love
- why we turn our self-criticism on others
- the practice of grace
- the purpose of meditation
- how to end our self-loathing
- “nourish who you really are and the rest will respond”
- the “spiritual IKEA effect”
- how to trace negative emotions back to a faulty thought
- why happiness is a better compass than duty
- and much more…
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One of my favorites
by Depoedee (September 17, 2016)
Howard does a fanatic job of interviewing-one of the best. He pays attention to his guests and asks thoughtful questions. Too many out there just like to hear themselves talk. You can tell that he plays off what the guests actually say, not just off a list of pre-planned questions. He also has a variation of guest types – not just the standard plant based foodies. Thanks Howard-I look forward to each episode!
One of the best vegan podcasts
by Gjhhfjgtt (September 14, 2016)
This is probably my favorite plant based podcast of them all. I really like the casual format. It’s like hearing two friends talking. He has such inspiring guests on! From popular and famous scientists to the (un)average Joe. HIGHLY recommend!
- Kim Harrison
- Lynn McLellan
- Anthony Dissen
- Brittany Porter
- Dominic Marro
- Elizabeth Clifton
- Barbara Whitney
- Tammy Black
- Amy Good
- Amanda Hatherly
- Mary Jane Wheeler
- Ellen Kennelly
- Melissa Cobb
- Rachel Behrens
- Christine Nielsen
- Tina Scharf
- Tina Ahern
- Jen Vilkinofsky
- David Byczek
- Michele X
- Elspeth Feldman
- Viktoriya Dolomanova
- Leah Stolar
- Allan Kristensen
- Colleen Peck
- Michele Holt
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The Plant Yourself Podcast theme music, “Dance of Peace (Sabali Don),” is generously provided by Will Ridenour, a kora player from North Carolina who has trained with top Senegalese musicians.
It can be found on his first CD, titled Will Ridenour.
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