Join the New York Times bestselling author of The Untethered Soul and The Surrender Experiment for this free series of five curated teaching sessions, recorded at the yoga and meditation center known as Temple of the Universe.
Episode #4: Spirituality: The Exploration of Consciousness
What do psychology and spirituality have in common? In this podcast, Michael Singer discusses how both psychology and spirituality help us illuminate the nature of the human mind and the mystery of consciousness. When we resist experiences we find uncomfortable, he explains, we begin to "make a mess" of our inner lives. Through the teachings and practices made available in spirituality and psychology, we can do the work of cleaning things up, purifying the flow of our life-force energy and returning to the ecstatic states we were meant to live in.
Episode #3: Giving Meaning to the Time Between Your Birth and Death
The time that we have between our births and our deaths is a great gift. What we do with this time and how we give our lives meaning is the subject of this podcast with Michael Singer. Here, Singer discusses hard yet empowering truths about the fleeting nature of our lives, the inherent flaw in our most common strategies for feeling "okay inside," why spirituality is never about getting what you want or avoiding what you don't want, and much more.
Episode #2: Doing the Real Work to Free Yourself
According to Michael Singer, the only one stopping you from experiencing the heights of divine ecstasy and freedom is you. In this podcast, he describes the real work of the spiritual path as the process of removing our inner blockages and self-made obstacles in order to uncover the natural states of bliss and spiritual liberation that are our birthright. He also discusses discovering "witness consciousness," the cause of karma, the art of relaxing and releasing resistance to our experience, and more.
Episode #1: Ceasing to Be Caught in the Waters of Mind
The natural state of the mind is like calm, still water, teaches Michael Singer. The practice of spiritual surrender—to "relax and release" our resistance to whatever arises in our experience—is the pathway to enjoying serenity of mind no matter what the universe throws your way. In this podcast, Michael Singer uses the analogy of an aquatic bird maintaining its balance on rough water to illustrate what to do and what not to do if we want to stay poised and upright when life gets turbulent.
Michael Singer Podcast: Episode #5 Preview
Coming Soon, Episode #5 of The Michael Singer Podcast — a free series with the New York Times bestselling author of The Untethered Soul and The Surrender Experiment.
Please enjoy this short excerpt from Episode, "Your Highest Intention—Self-Realization”
My new FAVORITE podcast!
I absolutely love all of Michael Singer's work. I have listened to all of his books multiple times over the years and sought out every Youtube video, course, obscure lecture, etc. I can find that shares his wisdom. Each time I listen (no matter how many times I hear it) I learn something new or I go deeper into my understanding of how I work.
I love the metaphors shared (like the bird in the water) - so powerful. And, I feel like he’s the only one who gets what it is like to live in my head.
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for creating this podcast.
I’m so excited. I just discovered it yesterday and I’ve already listened to all three episodes that are out. Guess I should have paced myself. Oops. Can’t wait for the next one! :)
If you’re looking for new episode ideas: I’d love to hear a few real-world examples and Q
Five thousand stars
Such a great podcast… I loved the untethered soul, but had forgotten how powerful it was. Delighted to heard his voice and ideas. They just make so much sense.
Enlighten being. Thank you Michael singer
Nothing has come close to how Michael Singer explains everything
I am so grateful for your teachings. I am truly practicing and changing with the information you have provided. I finally got all the answers and clear all the prior confusion that permeates in the self help industry
Clear, concise, free
No silver bullets, magical pills
Understanding how to do the work and what actually works and why has made all the difference