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The Imagine Paradise Podcast features Tony award winning actor and singer-songwriter Levi Kreis exploring practical spiritual principles that will help you get tangible results on your way to radical self-improvement. These conversations will help you dissolve the thoughts, feelings and beliefs that limit you, setting you free to imagine greater possibilities for you and your life. Paradise is yours to the degree you can imagine it. Learn more at imagineparadise.io

Imagine Paradise Podcast with Levi Kreis Levi Kreis

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9 • 34 Ratings

The Imagine Paradise Podcast features Tony award winning actor and singer-songwriter Levi Kreis exploring practical spiritual principles that will help you get tangible results on your way to radical self-improvement. These conversations will help you dissolve the thoughts, feelings and beliefs that limit you, setting you free to imagine greater possibilities for you and your life. Paradise is yours to the degree you can imagine it. Learn more at imagineparadise.io

    Romancing the Melancholy

    Romancing the Melancholy

    It's the final episode of Season 2 and we have a bit of light discussion around my song Lonely Sunday Morning from my debut album One Of the Ones.   If there is any sort of offering this episode gives is just to encourage you to savor every experience you have in life - it makes us who we are.
    Support the show (http://Patreon.com/LeviKreis)

    • 19 min
    Now I Know My Power

    Now I Know My Power

    This episode is a great review of the four stages of spiritual awareness that I've referenced in previous podcasts.  I use my song Man Outta Me to transport me back to a time in my life where the journey from victim to victor was new and unfamiliar to me.  This conversation will remind you of your spiritual identity and the power that is inherently within you as a Divine expression of Infinite Potentiality.  
    Support the show (http://Patreon.com/LeviKreis)

    • 27 min
    The Things That Had Measure Don't Measure Up Anymore

    The Things That Had Measure Don't Measure Up Anymore

    Forgiveness is not easy to come by sometimes, but nine times outta ten we are the ones that are still suffering - not them.  We are the only ones hurting by holding on to it.  Sometimes all the universe needs to hear is that little whisper from us that says "I am willing".  Just asking the universe to show us what we need to let go of - to show us who we need to become in order to forgive - it sets things in motion.  In this episode, I discuss the experience that informed my song Left Over and encourage all of us to lay claim to our own personal freedom through the power of forgiveness.  
    Support the show (http://Patreon.com/LeviKreis)

    • 25 min
    Love In Another Light

    Love In Another Light

    Did you know that those of us who are prone to addiction are a special little breed with a natural inclination towards spiritual transcendence?  The problem is that we are seeking that transcendental experience through false substitutes.  When we realize that spirituality is the door to that transcendence, something clicks for us and we find a profound power.  If we daily invest in a spiritual solution, life can be a daily high that only Spirit can provide.  In this episode, I use my song Love In Another Light from my debut album One Of The Ones to tell my own journey from addiction to recovery.
    Support the show (http://Patreon.com/LeviKreis)

    • 25 min
    Before I Lose My Sense Of Reason

    Before I Lose My Sense Of Reason

    Emotions are our internal guidance system.  They are to be observed and evaluated, but not necessarily absorbed as our identity.  Becoming the observer of our emotions creates a healthy distance between feeling and "being" that feeling.  "I am angry" vs "I have anger" is notably different vibration.  Instead of identifying with every rush of emotion we have, it is possible to become the thoughtful observer of our feelings and follow them down to the fundamental belief that is supporting that feeling.  In this episode, discussion is inspired by my song I Should Go from my debut album One Of The Ones.  
    Support the show (http://Patreon.com/LeviKreis)

    • 26 min
    Watch Me Walk On

    Watch Me Walk On

    We all gotta stumble before we're standing tall.  It's part of the learning process.  If recent failures have you feeling hopeless and loosing perspective,  be reminded that you have the power to transform any experience and there is nothing to be alarmed about.  You are lacking nothing.  In this episode, I do a deep dive into my song Standing Tall from the EP Bad Habit and review the four stages of spiritual awareness.
    Support the show (http://Patreon.com/LeviKreis)

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

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Not a Church

This is a house of Spirituality. I have been a fan/ follower of Levi (the musician) for the past five years, that is how I came upon this podcast. Levi (the spiritual practitioner) is a voice I can truly value. Uplifting, wise, humble; he and his guests bring a brightness to my day. There is no rubbish here- only goodness. I am not in recovery, but the series on the 12 steps (24 and up) are having a profound impact on me, I am certain that you would benefit too. Besides, his Southern accent is comforting.

In an update, the second season of this program gives our host an excellent opportunity to dig deeper into the spiritual principles that shine through his work. Honest messages and truths can never be held back and with Levi Kreisler we have found our perfect messenger. This weekly program is a rock in my life.

DL312749 ,

Great Podcast!

Love everything about it. Levi is so honest, and really explains things from a spiritual perspective.

RDavis67 ,

Levi is the Real Deal

I have only known Levi for a little over a year, but in that year I have come to know that he is the real deal – he speaks from his heart and isn’t afraid to discuss any topic. He doesn’t get “churchy” or “preachy”… he invites all to discuss spiritual principles that apply no matter what your belief system is or where you are along you spiritual journey. His words are thought provoking and have helped me to venture back into thinking about things in ways that I have not done in a long time. And, that voice! His voice is smooth and comforting when he speaks; passionate and captivating when he sings. His music is his ministry and has so much to offer to everyone who will listen.

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