Finding Out Who You Truly Are - Ascend Podcast #96 with Matt Belair & Michael Sanders

“You’ll learn, as you get older, that rules are made to be broken. Be bold enough to live life on your terms, and never, ever apologize for it. Go against the grain, refuse to conform, take the road less travelled instead of the well-beaten path. Laugh in the face of adversity, and leap before you look. Dance as though EVERYBODY is watching. March to the beat of your own drummer. And stubbornly refuse to fit in.”
― Mandy Hale

The podcast below is a special one, and I'm grateful for Dan and Chris from Ascend having Matt Belair and me on once again. Click below to listen and enjoy <3

GSD Interview with Michael Sanders “The Enlightened Executive”

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by the awesome Josh Smith on the GSD podcast. We explored depression and the suicidal contemplations I was having back in 2013, before diving into Burning Man, Ayahuasca, love, clean energy, and much more. Click the image below to listen, and enjoy :) 

The Future - Ascend Podcast Episode 57 with Matt Belair and Michael Sanders

Metamorphosis, immortality, the soul, the death process, human & machine, the future of consciousness, virtual reality (are we in one?), and the human experience as a video game are all topics we explore in this awesome episode of the Ascend podcast. Click the image below to listen:

Morning ROAR: Living Life to the Fullest, A Conversation with Michael Sanders

A quick and potent conversation I had with Adam at Morning ROAR about living your life to the fullest. This 20-minute interview was recorded in July 2015 and was only recently released, so some of the details are outdated, but the message remains timeless. Click the image below to listen :)

Matt Belair Podcast #9: Exploring the World of Meditation, Consciousness, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Psychedelics with Michael Sanders

It's an enlightening journey every time I have the opportunity to chat with Matt Belair. On this podcast, we explore meditation, manifestation, happiness, depression, consciousness, different dimensions, psychedelics, and more.

Graham Hancock's February 2016 Author of the Month: Michael Sanders

I have the honour of being featured as Graham Hancock's Author of the Month for February 2016. Graham is a prolific author, journalist and researcher who specializes in ancient civilizations, stone monuments or megaliths, altered states of consciousness, and astrological data from the past. I first learned about Graham when listening to a Joe Rogan podcast, and then later discovered a banned TED Talk in which Graham discusses the war on drugs being a war on consciousness--for, why is it illegal for an individual to explore their own consciousness? As a sovereign being, why can someone else tell me what I can or cannot do--especially when I'm not inflicting harm on others? You can find that talk here

As someone exploring what's often considered fringe science or fringe archaeology, Graham certainly isn't free from controversy. But, it's often the people willing to put themselves on the line that advance our understanding of the universe and humanity's place within it. I think Graham is one of those people. Here's the Author of the Month feature.


FIVE + NYE: The Party So Fun It Didn't Feel Like New Year's

Explorative article from Fuxwithit:

In a time where music and the rituals around it are muddled by metaphor and doublespeak and presumption, Lovelution cuts to the chase. They strike right at the heart of it (pun intended). There’s no insinuation or bullshittery, just straight up love.

Lovelution seems to be made up of people with fewer layers between their selves and the cosmic. Unburnished by mundanity, these people are leading a growing tribe of like-hearted people to better and more peaceful places. They are, frankly, much-needed role models for love. . .

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Psychedelics and Sacred Frequencies: Meet Lovelution, the Ontario Dance Party that's Better than Therapy

An awesome article that Thump wrote about Lovelution:

I'm seeing a cosmic baby floating at the center of the universe. It's me, detached, out there in transcendental space. At least, that's what I think I'm seeing. As the image comes more clearly into focus, something starts shaking my arm and the vision disappears. There is a person on the ground nearby that has begun convulsing. His breathing is irregular, I can hear his chest expelling air in powerful bursts. His whole body shakes with intense paroxysms.

This was how my first sound therapy session began. . .

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