The Ten Laws w/East Forest podcast dives into conversation with creatives, thought leaders, musicians, researchers, dreamers and more (sometimes all of the above) as well as occasion free guided meditations plus rare East Forest musical offerings.
Learn more at, eastforest.org.
Radha-Krishna Roundtable - Going 80 (#125)
I join my lovely partner Marisa Radha Weppner in a roundtable discussion of what we're facing both personally and collectively, and we dive into our process, fears and hopes.
Julie Holland MD - Making Good Chemistry (#124)
Julie Holland is a psychiatrist specializing in psychopharmacology, with a private practice in New York City. Dr. Holland also provides expert testimony and forensic consultation on a range of drug-related behavior and phenomena, with a focus on PCP and MDMA.
Courtland Johnson (VCJ) - Mr. 10 Laws himself (#123)
Court Johnson (aka VCJ) is the voice behind the East Forest song, "10 Laws". He is an eccentric mystic living up in the Santa Barbara hills who essentially has a lot figured out for himself. This is his first Zoom call ever (!) and I couldn't be happier to share this magic with you all.
HeatherAsh Amara - Warrior Heart Practice (#122)
HeatherAsh Amara is dedicated to inspiring depth, creativity, and joy by sharing the most potent tools from a variety of world traditions. She studied and taught extensively with don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements, and continues to teach with the Ruiz family.
Kash Khan - Educate, Inspire, Change (#121)
Kash Khan started Educate Inspire Change to introduce hope into his life. On a personal level, he was feeling lost and disillusioned. He was also jaded by the mainstream news agenda. EIC was an outlet to pour his energy, leave his stamp on the world, and inspire others to bring positive change into their lives. Now with 3M+ followers. and engagement on FB it's grown into a substantial platform for discussion.
Whitney Mestelle: on Race and Healing - of Inclusive Idaho (#120)
Whitney Mestelle is co-founder and executive director of Inclusive Idaho. We engage in an important and valuable conversation around race and inclusivity.
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The heart sings forward
I am grateful for this gift.
Fresh and insightful...
As a fellow musician on a spiritual path, for lack of a better term, I recently stumbled across East Forest on the Duncan Trussell Family Hour and was immediately drawn into the message and music East Forest has been producing. It's already provided an abundance of insights and inspiration after just a few weeks of listening and would recommend to anyone on a similar wavelength.
Heather Ashe Amara
Sublime strings. Can’t wait for more! Excellent conversation with Heather.