Find out how to live better, with less suffering, and more awareness. Join Cory Allen—author, meditation teacher, and music producer—as he asks leading experts in mindfulness, neuroscience, music, and philosophy to share their wisdom.
Michael Phillip is the host of Third Eye Drops. Today we celebrate episode #300 by talking about psychonaut perennialism, shaking off self-identification, and building a personal lane in society.
Simon Critchley is an English philosopher, professor, and author. In this episode, we talk about the fallacy of authenticity, why philosophy is driven by disappointment, and how to think for yourself.
Matt Haig is a New York Times bestselling author. In this episode, we talk about the unexpected success of Midnight Library, shaking off anxiety with gratitude, and jewels from The Comfort Book.
Bonus: Methodical Mindfulness Training
In this bonus episode, Cory shares a classical method of mindfulness training based on the original texts from the Theravada tradition.
Wade Lightheart is a vegetarian bodybuilding champion. In this episode, we talk about how physical wellness supports spiritual awakening, pitfalls and signposts on the inner path, and the power of proper supplementation.
Matthewdavid is music producer and the founder of Leaving Records. In this episode, we talk about all-genre music, the philosophy of sound, and the current digital landscape of the music industry.
My Monday Cure
The Astral Hustle is the only podcast I don’t miss an episode of. Corey’s wide array of guests hit my interests in mindfulness, meditation, thought, philosophy, music, art, fitness, and culture in the most thoughtful and pragmatic ways that provide insight, context, and revelation into my own inner world. Corey is such a delightful human and delivers each episode with attention, integrity, and a buttery, rich voice. Love this show!
Finished up the interview with Terry Riley. Though I am not familiar with the long history of Terry, it was refreshing to not hear a rehash of his career. Corey asked insightful questions and left space for revealing answers.
So good, listen to cory allen, big insights