40 episodes

An exploration of creativity and spirituality.

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An exploration of creativity and spirituality.

    Episode 40 – Tony Stern

    Episode 40 – Tony Stern

    Mike McDonough interviews Tony Stern about his time spent with his three teachers: Swami Rudrananda, Krishna Murti, and Albert Low.

    • 37 min
    DSA 39: Gaiea Sanskrit

    DSA 39: Gaiea Sanskrit

    Mike McDonough interviews Gaiea about her life, spirituality, and the power of Sanskrit. The conversation is a heart-opening experience that ends with a lovely message for humanity.  Find more of Gaiea at:  https://www.instagram.com/gaieasanskrit/ https://www.gaieasanskrit.com/ Support her in her mission at:  https://www.patreon.com/gaieasanskrit/posts

    DSA 38 – Grace Innovation

    DSA 38 – Grace Innovation

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    DSA 37: Qian ye

    DSA 37: Qian ye

    Qian Ye speaks of her breathtaking life story. She will take us through her journey of opera, art, near-death experiences, and finally the intimacy with the Divine presence that she cultivated.  Find more about her at http://qianyeart.com/ Visit her Instagram page at  instagram.com/qianyeart/

    DSA 36: Thomas Gorman

    DSA 36: Thomas Gorman

    Mike McDonough interviews Thomas Goorman about his life in the military, music, and spirituality.

    DSA 035: Meghan Rose Berean and a Sacred Journey

    DSA 035: Meghan Rose Berean and a Sacred Journey

    Mike McDonough interviews Meghan Rose Berean about her Spiritual Journey as an artist. Find Meghan’s art at instagram.com/wonderinggreenart  For art and clothing see divineshaktiarts.com  Background Music provided by Prismatic Mantis

    • 55 min

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A light-hearted yet deeply valuable spiritual experience.

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