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Escapades in Mind-Expansion and Cultural Misadventures. Mindrolling Podcast is about coming unstuck and the recent history of awoken awareness. It’s about the intersection of culture, consciousness and realization with Raghu Markus.

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    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.7, 3 Ratings

Escapades in Mind-Expansion and Cultural Misadventures. Mindrolling Podcast is about coming unstuck and the recent history of awoken awareness. It’s about the intersection of culture, consciousness and realization with Raghu Markus.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Chevyfireball ,

Love it

I download this stuff and listen while I do my boring job. We all have our favoured writers, teachers etc so obviously there are those interviews I find pretty damn boring while others are brilliant.
I enjoyed Mooji and I reckon you need to get David Godman back on there - many times! That guy writes great books, knew many of the famous gurus, and knows more about Ramana Maharshi and his teachings than Ramana himself.

Moanamarama ,

Maramamoana

Mindrolling is a mixed-bag, when it’s good, it’s amazing but sometimes it can be a bit self-indulgent. The hosts ought to be aware of how often they repeat the stories of their formative spiritual experiences…a lot! Especially because Raghu also introduces the Ram Dass recordings so if you subscribe to both, you can hear the same stories over and over. I also don’t understand why they sometimes interview young comedians who don’t seem to be very far along the path or particularly intelligent or insightful > these interviews are not illuminating. The best episode was when they interviewed Ian Lawton about The Dharma Bums, a wonderful episode I’ve listened to several times. I also like it when the hosts talk about good books or articles they have been reading and often seek out the material discussed. I will keep listening for the ‘gem’ moments, but the podcast would be better without the self-indulgent, repetitive digressions of the hosts.

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