This episode is a delight, and Ram Krishan delivers such wisdom, insight, peace, and patience... He personifies both science, and spirit, while being deeply honest about the benefits of being in harmony with natural surroundings. Come along on a personal journey, his, mine, and co-host Naomi, as we get into thoughts on frequency, vibration, alignment, focus, intention, vision. Discover "Cultural Detox" a unique program of workshops, retreats, and offerings, designed and curated by Ram Krishan from his decades of spiritual study, practice, and teaching. Check it out...
A highlight of the episode, is the "Gut Punch" story, revealing a TRUTH that Ram Krishan shares, about the circumstances that illuminated him to reconsider "how" to serve. Such a powerful personal moment, empowering him to follow his technical capabilities in website development, with thirteen years of experience in getting a Wordpress, Shopify/eCommerce, or Squarespace site onto the internet with ease, efficiency, affordability, and ideal function. Hire him today... Khalsa Web Development Solutions
Many of us have lived through varying degrees of turbulence, but collectively, we as humans are truly being tested, our energies are bouncing off of each other, -off of synthetic and made man sources of disruptions (electrical signals, etc...), and in many cases, it is affecting our highest good. The conversation explores the sensitivity of living in chaos/chaotic times, the ideas shared were once whispered and spoken of in rare circles of seekers and believers, but are now becoming part of a larger mainstream message.
You do not need to be spiritually practiced, to approach the concerns of global progress, consumerism, and the toll it's taking on all the species inhabiting the earth, by considering a non-traditional style of living. Smaller. Quieter. A "less is more" mentality....
This show touches, and pulls on a variety of emotional strings, that your personal frequency might find soothing.
A big thanks to both my guest, Ram Krishan, for his time and attention to the podcast, and my supportive, & thoughtful co-host, Naomi ~ who was brave enough to ask questions and share herself some more.
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