Did you know that one in twenty people will live up to 100 years? If you're one of the lucky ones, that leaves you with 4,200 weeks of life when you reach 18. My question is, what are you doing with the time you have left? This podcast is all about finding the answers to all the big questions and bringing some understanding to all things life, mental health, emotions, and spirituality. Welcome to Perla Meets The World.
The Aboriginal Australian Way, With Rachel Shields
Have you ever wondered why there are so many lonely and attention-seeker humans nowadays? We are more disconnected from nature than ever, and our elderly and friendly brothers, the aboriginal Australians, have something to say about it. Have a listen, and learn to reconnect with you, and with all around you.
If you want to know more about Holographic Kinetics, or want to reach out to Rachel Shields, go to knowinginnature.com, or simply send her a message on Facebook.
Intuitive Healing With Julie
Welcome back to another episode of Perla Meets The World. This time, I sit down whilst getting my nails done in Bali, with Julie, to talk about what intuition is, and how we can differentiate it from survival coping mechanisms, or even fears. As an intuitive healer herself, her knowledge of the topic, and her own experience will shed a light on, hopefully, all the questions you might have about all things intuition.
(Video) Science vs Astrology. A Chat With Shivananda
Is astrology even real? Why should be all believe in astrology or at least respect ir? What’s the truth behind astrology? Where does it come from and does it really work?
First uncut podcast so far, Shivananda, an eminence in Ayurvedic Astrology based in Ubud, Bali, had me for an hour to chat about all things astrology, the ancient sciences, our future as human beings, the role of religion, our views on Ayurveda, yoga, and much more. And I have to say: I have put him in the spot, constantly. So prepare to listen to uncomfortable questions and very elaborated and well-explained answers. An absolute pleasure!
(Video) Spirituality in Bali: Behind The B******t
I call it the Baliverse. Is Bali really a spiritual place? Yes. Is Ubud full of fake coaches and pretentious tossers? Also yes. Ubud has two polar opposites: the yogis and the digital nomads. Which one will you be if you were to go?
After spending two months in Ubud I’ve gotta say that there are more fake humans with no guts than true spiritual souls. Spirituality has become a product, and youth / sexual appropriation is sometimes the end goal when selling "freedom” in places like The Yoga Barn, Ubud.
Old men dancing with young women, people with no life experience selling life coaching packages. Are you really sure you know what to expect from Ubud?
Learning To Dive: Everything You Need To Know
Hi guys, I just finished my Advanced Open Water course and before I forget all the theory and juicy stuff, I decided to dedicate one episode to talk about my experience as a recently certified diver, covering the following:
The difference between the Open Water Course & the Advanced Open Water
Where I did the courses (Mambo Dive Resort - Nusa Penida)
Why I highly recommend diving in Nusa Penida, Bali (Indonesia)
Fish and marine life that I got to see, including mantas
My struggles with the Open Water Course, and later on during the Advanced Open Water Course
Skill tests I went through on both Open Water and Advanced Open Water to be certified
Different types of adventure dives you can choose from when rolling on an Advanced Open Water Course in Nusa Penida
Funny stuff that happened to me when diving and frequently asked questions such as what to do if you want to poo underwater.
These and more are waiting for you. If you are interested in starting a diving journey, this podcast is definitely for you. Reach out if you have questions or comments, or if you simply want to share your experience with me at email@example.com. Otherwise, you can find me on Instagram @perlameetstheworld for more content, new podcast episodes, and epic adventures! Stay safe!
(Video) What Is It Like To Live In Bali For A Month?
When was the last time you were challenged to the point of questioning all your beliefs? I feel like Jon Snow, not knowing anything anymore. It only took one month in Ubud to come to the realisation that I am fortunate to be alive, that the Balinese culture is pure kindness, and that we should all strive for happiness and what brings us joy. Because nothing really matters.
I share my struggles, challenges, and joyful moments I experienced in Ubud and with my Balinese family. And I'd love for you to get inspired too, and go there yourself.
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