5 Podcasts for the fun spiritual seeker

Interesting resources. Beware, for these may well change your perspective!

1. Alan Watts

To exercise economy of words here: the man knew what he was on about. Hinduism, Buddhism, Zen, you name it.

“Alan Wilson Watts (6 January 1915 – 16 November 1973) was a British philosopher, writer, and speaker, best known as an interpreter and populariser of Eastern philosophy for a Western audience.”

More on the Alan Watt’s Podcast here.

2. Swamiji’s Podcast

“In 1962, after many requests, Swami Jyotirmayananda came to the West to spread the knowledge of India. As founder of Sanatan Dharma Mandir in Puerto Rico (1962-1969), Swamiji rendered unique service to humanity through his regular classes, weekly radio lectures in English and in Spanish, and numerous TV appearances. In March 1969, Swamiji moved to Miami, Florida, and established the ashram that has become the center for the international activities of the Yoga Research Foundation.”

A new one I’ve found. I like it a lot so far. Click here for more.

3. The Hip Tranquil Chick Podcast

The modern, curious & generous approach to yoga, holistic lifestyle, traces of spirituality and mostly self-improvement. Fun!

Tranquility available here.

4. Liloumace

Exuberant, young & fearless, Lilou brings to her audience breath after breath of fresh air. So much insight, knowledge and wisdom to be gained though her interviews and content.

Best viewed on Lilou’s Youtube Channel

5. Joel Osteen Ministries

Uplifting. A very welcomed message of hope amidst this nay-saying world. Here.

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