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Progressiveradionetwork.com presents Expanding Mind with Erik Davis. He explores the culture of consciousness: magic, spirituality, psychology, technology.

Expanding Mind Erik Davis

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 141 Ratings

Progressiveradionetwork.com presents Expanding Mind with Erik Davis. He explores the culture of consciousness: magic, spirituality, psychology, technology.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
141 Ratings

141 Ratings

Armillanymphs ,

One of a kind

Being a heavy podcast listener, I’ve listened to many shows over the course of a decade. Nowadays my show list is streamlined to just a handful, with this one being the best. For the right person who exists at intersection of various semi-fringe / esoteric interests there’s nothing else like EM.

Erik, I readily welcome your return in whatever form EM takes! Much love.

CunnilingusBill ,

The best

I found this podcast after Erik came on other shows to discuss High Weirdness. Have to say - I hope this is just a hiatus and that there’s more to come. The guy’s a great interviewer and host with the background to have meaningful conversations with these brilliant guests.

I listened to his solo show on meditation at a time when my own practice needed to be revitalized.

chaynesbruno ,

Inspired

I just finished reading James Merrill’s very moving book-length poem “The Book of Ephraim.” Before that, Jason Louv’s magisterial “John Dee and the Empire Of Angels.” Just prior, I’d gotten swept up in “American Cosmic,” by Dr Diana Pasulka—-twice!! And these are just three authors whom I learned about this year alone through Erik Davis’ inspired, inspiring Expanding Mind podcast. Davis’ tastes are far reaching to say the least. His guests—-no matter how out-there or how establishment— all have something in common: they’re passionate about the feels they’re in and are articulate about it. And Davis has a great way of engaging them and drawing connections without being heavy handed. Plus, he’s got a great sense of humor, lest one expect the show to be too academic or too, what?, conspiracy minded. Always a great listen—-I’ve learned a ton.

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