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It is times like these that our ancestors would have started telling stories around a campfire; Searching for meaning in our existence.
A time that seems so out of the ordinary, so important.
But, Why?
And Why now?

I’m Krystal Kelley.
I host my reality.
I listen to sounds and feel vibrations.
My biggest inspiration is Mother Nature.
The computer (or phone), can feel like a modern campfire; the warm glow we engage our evenings with.
I’m embracing this technology, this shift that is happening.
I’m going to listen,
with you,
to stories from all over the planet. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/krystal-kelley/support

Virtual Campfire with Krystal Kelley Krystal Kelley

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It is times like these that our ancestors would have started telling stories around a campfire; Searching for meaning in our existence.
A time that seems so out of the ordinary, so important.
But, Why?
And Why now?

I’m Krystal Kelley.
I host my reality.
I listen to sounds and feel vibrations.
My biggest inspiration is Mother Nature.
The computer (or phone), can feel like a modern campfire; the warm glow we engage our evenings with.
I’m embracing this technology, this shift that is happening.
I’m going to listen,
with you,
to stories from all over the planet. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/krystal-kelley/support

    The Karaoke King

    The Karaoke King

    Anders Marshall is a classically trained award-winning singer ranging from swing and jazz to doo-wap and rock as well as soul and beyond. He has performed with the Seattle Symphony, Vocalpoint! Seattle, Seattle Pro Musica, and other astute organizations.  Anders is able to meld his voice to many particular artists including Frank Sinatra, Frankie Vallie, and Elvis among others.  

    Anders has also made radio and television appearances on ABC's Karaoke Battle USA as well as recorded movies and video game soundtracks such as Medal of Honor: Frontline written by Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino.  Anders has been singing since he was a boy soprano with the Northwest Choirs since the age of 8. He aspires to sing in every genre, every part, and loves the challenge of something new. Jeff Roman of the Seattle Weekly describes him as "a voice that kills!"

    So, what does a person with this much musical talent do? I learn why Anders is the King of Karaoke. His stories are surprisingly heartwarming and his motivation is much deeper than one would assume.  

    Find Ander's "Infinite Playlist" Spotify list here. 

    Watch Anders light his hair on fire here.

    Here is Ander's YouTube Channel.


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    • 1 hr 48 min
    Clean Water 4 Hopi & Navajo

    Clean Water 4 Hopi & Navajo

    Episode 13: Tom Griffith is a Strategic Analyst for Clean Water Foundation. Together we are working on a team project to bring clean water to the Hopi & Navajo Tribes. Tom and I share stories about our connections to water and how we both ended up working on a project together, despite our different backgrounds. If clean water or this project resonates with you, please help us raise awareness and money for Hopi & Navajo tribes. Click here to see how you can help. #Noarsenic4Hopi

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    • 53 min
    Meditation for Kids

    Meditation for Kids

    Sadie Brumley is a 3rd generation teacher who teaches a 4th, 5th & 6th grade Highly Capable class in the Snohomish School District in Washington State. Her classroom environment is a collaborative, safe and engaging learning space where students are gently pushed outside of their comfort zones as they work to discover their inner awesomeness. 

    Krystal and Sadie co-create a morning meditation program for her upcoming school year during this episode. Krystal pools resources from her meditation mentors, Karah Pino and Patricia Anne Davis while Sadie adds her expertise of teaching for 25 years. We hope this can be inspiration for other teachers who wish to implement a meditation practice in their classrooms. More information about Krystal's resources for meditations for kids specifically can be found on her blog.


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    • 1 hr 15 min
    Tattoo Vinyasa with Jon Osiris

    Tattoo Vinyasa with Jon Osiris

    Jon is offering a path of inner and outer transformation through the medicine of tattooing. Jon explains his struggles he used to have when practicing tattoo art within a consumerist construct. As a mystic, a yogi, an artisan and a sovereign guide, Jon has developed a ceremonial and intentional practice he calls Tattoo Vinyasa. It’s inspiring and beautiful to hear his story. You can find him on IG @jon108osiris

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    • 58 min
    Marylee Burman

    Marylee Burman

    I listen as Marylee shares her passion about nature and photography. 

    She talks about how she balances a busy life and her camera is just an extension of her adventures. Her adventures in nature help her stay connected to the memories of her childhood and her mother, who has passed from cancer. 

    Marylee has a beautiful, kind heart and it reverberates in her photographs. Definitely check out her IG, @maryleeburman


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    • 55 min
    Peace Is In Pieces

    Peace Is In Pieces

    This conversation is a co-creation with Karah Pino. Karah's gift is to apply whole-brain, holistic thinking in a modern world. Together we collaborate creatively to affirm the foundational principle of peaceful harmony with nature.
    In 2011, Karah orchestrated the global support effort while we were on our trek to Altai. She organized and facilitated groups participating through the Gold Star Meditation designed by Patricia Anne Davis with over 10,000 participants all over our planet in August of 2011. The intent was to manifest the humane-ness of humanity to co-create peace on Earth.
    Now, 10 years later, Karah and I revisit this intention through monthly full moon meditations in 2021. The first one is May 26th, 2021. To find out more about these Monthly Meditations and how you connect to Earth's High Mountain Energy grid and raise vibrations with us, click HERE
    To see more about Karah's work as a creative collaborator, artist and meditation instructor, visit her website, http://www.karahpino.me/

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    • 1 hr 42 min

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