Three great weeks and three great shows to report in on. Freedom and love is in the air!
On February 7 we had our “Love Is In The Air” show where we talked with Jack Rutledge about his relationship in preparation of a prose Jim wrote for Valentine’s Day for Jack as a gift to his wife. This was a beautiful show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomforall/2014/02/07/love-is-in-the-air
On February 14 we replayed our interview with Cass Smith. Cass is one dedicated to the path of "liberation." Defined as "moksha," enlightenment, freedom from desires or freedom from suffering, liberation has been the focus of these two spiritual seekers for decades. Cass - a singer, seminar leader, healer - and Shama - mystic, teacher, seminar leader - have been devotees of their guru Sai Baba since the 1970's, having made pilgrimage trips to his India ashram every year. Married in 1989, Cass and Shama have worked together leading groups and individuals to their own spiritual liberation - using "rebirthing" breathwork, sacred teachings, meditation and emotional release techniques. To hear this show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomforall/2014/02/14/guest-cass-smith
And today we welcomed John Adago to the show, as he brought to us the ideas of joining philosophies of the east with the high energy and technology of the west. John has been a student of the ‘Work’ of Gurdjieff and Ouspensky since the sixties. He was a member of the group lead by Willem Nyland, who had worked with Gurdjieff since 1924. Fascinated by the body of knowledge these independent groups had in common, he spent many years seeking the connections between them, the seekers in the West that founded them, and the teachers in the East that inspired them. He and his wife live in Manhattan where they have raised three children. He is the founder and CEO of a real estate development company and a construction company. A writer and lecturer who has lead study groups that introduced seekers to the study of philosophy, the ‘Work’, and meditation, he was influenced by the master teachers of the twentieth century whose stories he preserved. . He records the fascinating history that connects the lives and philosophy of the master teachers who brought the closely held knowledge and spiritual traditions of the East to the West. John’s website is: www.thejourneyback.net
To hear today’s show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomforall/2014/02/21/guest-john-adago