004: Does spirituality make you hotter?

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07-03-2024 • 18 mins

Why is every hot, sexy and cerebral person drawn to spirituality? Is it leading us to eventual enlightenment? Or just a creative coping mechanism for the symptoms of being a human?

In this episode Flex discusses why she's so drawn to spirituality, that time she met a witchdoctor's hawks (read that twice) and how spirituality fills in the gaps of what our physical experience can't.

Then dives deep into the nature of truth versus facts, the role of personal experiences in shaping our reality, and the potential limitations imposed by societal norms and personal biases.

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TIMESTAMPS

  • 00:00 Introduction and Acknowledgement
  • 00:16 Exploring Spirituality and the Unseen
  • 01:55 The Mystery of Trees and the Unseen
  • 02:59 Physicality vs Spirituality
  • 04:25 The Depth of Perception
  • 06:11 The Adventure of Self-Exploration
  • 08:30 The Limitations of Our Understanding
  • 09:06 The Power of Individual Spirituality
  • 09:48 The Witch Doctor's Hawks: A Ghanaian Experience
  • 11:22 The Freedom of the Spiritual Realm
  • 15:47 The Complexity of Truth and Fact
  • 17:02 The Intersection of Societal Norms and Personal Truth
  • 17:46 Conclusion: The Invitation to Open Dialogue
  • 18:28 Outro: Podcast Wrap-up

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