DeJa Blu is a space to dive deep into the unknown. Uncovering the mysteries of unlocking the potential of the human experience. Blu is here to get raw, unscripted and unapologetic in sharing her own personal journey of awakening into her truth with the intention to help others come home into their heart.
What I learned from 40 days of Meditation | Deja Blu EP 60
After finding myself falling short in aspects of my life - I decided to go to Sadhguru's Ashram to figure it out. For so long, I had been overriding the mundane, and was unable to commit to anything. After the retreat, I began practicing 2.5 hours of meditation for 40 days straight.
Now, on day 39, I reflect on all that I have learned along the way. Realizing that I actually don't want to go back to the way things were, and that devotion is an every day practice that will extend far beyond these 40 days.
Beyond Survival: My Romance with Money - with Rev. Briana Lynn | Deja Blu EP 59
Blu and Briana dive deep on the loaded topic of money. As Briana explains, although money itself is a neutral thing, in our society- the conversation around money it is anything but neutral. She describes the history of money, the price of money, knowing your value, and our financial responsibility with the privilege that we have.
Becoming a Creative Alchemist - with Nick Onken | Deja Blu EP 58
Photographer and creative alchemist Nick Onken goes deep on the process of integration and what it actually means to be a creative alchemist in your everyday life. After their time in Mexico together, Blu and Nick talk about the importance of integration with Plant Medicine, and share their wisdoms of living a life of integrity. Nick also explains what being a creative alchemist is, and the struggle of the ego and the artist.
Cannibals, Satanic Rituals, & Psychedelics - with Dakota Wint | Deja Blu EP 57
Storyteller, mystic, Youtuber, and world traveler Dakota Wint sits down with Blu and shares his adventures with taboo cultures across the Earth. From the cannibals of the Ganges river, to villages of satanic ritualists, to deep psychedelic revelations in Mexico- this conversation is nothing short of intriguing.
Claiming your Cultural Identity - with Reggie Riverbear | Deja Blu EP 56
Blu sits down with poet, song-writer, and soul-sister Reggie Riverbear to unpack their time in Mexico together. Reggie explains her process of the importance of integration after sitting with Plant Medicine.
As a young girl growing up in the Netherlands on a star shaped island, Reggie always felt a disconnect between her and her culture.
After a long process of discovery, she came to know that her home is the earth- and being indigenous means to walk in right relation with the earth and her creatures.
Secrets from my Diary - From Debauchery to Devotion | Deja Blu EP 55
After a bit of a break from podcasting - I am back- as a new iteration of Blu. Today, through the words of my journal, I sit down to share the lessons I have learned from my time in the Shoonyna retreat.
A lot of the path of self development is calling oneself out on ones own bullsh$t and here I am, in front of you all, calling myself out and then calling myself forward in a big way.
We are here making the planet more beautiful one breakthrough at a time.
MOST DEFINITELY one of my favorite podcasts. I’ve never missed an episode. Blu has a good balance of the spiritual/shamanic world while still living on this planet, all while being so authentically her brilliant, charismatic, weird, hilarious self. I am consistently inspired by her wisdom and heart, as well as that of her incredible guests. Thank you Blu for all that you do. You have certainly made my reality a whole lot brighter. 🙏❤️😁
This woman is medicine to the SOUL. She is as hilarious as she is deep, and her curiosity and authenticity remind us that humanity is not all doom and gloom. Tune in!!!
Thank you for creating this podcast! I listen to on on my way to work and I feel so inspired!! I will be re-listening to them, there’s more to learn from them