I’ve been thinking of starting an audio podcast for about a year now. It’s something I didn’t want to rush; the process of letting it come to me (as compared me to forcing it into existence) was a wonderful learning experience. There’s a lot of lip service in my mind and in my world to such things as “be here now” and “no pressure” and “do what you love and the money will follow.” In actuality (as compared to “in reality”) life unfolds in less than linear ways with many stops along the way. Often, the actual destination is nowhere near the place I started out for.
Doing something specific, like starting a podcast, not with the end in mind but instead to have the process of playing with it –> now that is an exercise in consciousness! Often, my mind had ideas about the who, what, where, when, and why. And some days I did make what many would call, Progress. Then a few months would go by during which the podcast was little more than a thought in the back of my mind.
As of last night, though, I have actually published one episode. I went against most of my business training and even departed from the well-worn paths of creating the Beach Walks with Rox show, for something that feels completely different to me. I’m filing it under “my weirdness” and “unmarketing.” I don’t have any goals; I just like talking about the Transition!
I’ve not submitted it to iTunes Podcasts yet, so there’s no easy way to subscribe. I’m thinking I want to get 3-5 episodes released to see if I want to continue before launching myself into the mainstream podcast communities.
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Listen to In the Transition Podcast:
Episode 1: I Want to Tell You a Story
Welcome to the first episode of In the Transition podcast.
This is a story going back to the beginning of space and time, when Spirit chose to incarnate and come into form. There was one very important criteria though. This was the setup for the Hierarchical Game.
- Spirit makes something out of nothing and you’re invited.
- The Hierarchical Game – a “no win” game we’ve been playing for eons, with countless pretend absolute rules.
- The Transition Game – a new game, where the point is to claim your subjective reality.
- There’s an absolute criteria for nothing. (LMK if you can find one; I think it’s not possible.)
- Language reveals and also supports the game you’re in.
- Practice: Try not saying the word “need” for 24 hours unless your life is literally on the line. Let me know how it goes!
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