Kamla K. Kapur is the author of Ganesha Goes to Lunch, Rumi: Tales Of The Spirit, and The Singing Guru. She has also published two books of poetry, As a Fountain in a Garden and Radha Sings: Erotic Love Poems, numerous short stories, and a series of award-winning plays.
Chris Luard talks to us from Thailand, where he works as a meditation teacher at a retreat center. He gives us a picture of how Asia has responded to the Covid-19 pandemic and relays some of the fortunate circumstances he has encountered. We discuss metaphysical philosophies of spirituality and mysticism, as well as practical meditation strategies.
Episode 56 of the Contemplative Light Podcast is our most esoteric episode yet, with guest Chris Sartain. Chris Sartain is an ordained teacher in the Kriya Yoga tradition. Christopher currently lives in southern Chile where he owns and operates a meditation retreat center. He is also spiritual director of Vinyasa Yoga Chile, which offers yoga teacher trainings and certification programs.
Welcome to episode 55 of the Contemplative Light podcast. In this episode, Keith Kristich and Clint Sabom discuss self-inquiry, inner awareness, absolute truth, why every concept of God is a gift, and bringing contemplative practice into the world we live in.
Contemplative Light Co-Founder Marc Thomas Shaw won the Bronze Medal of The Illumination Book Awards. In this episode of the Contemplative Light podcast, Clint talks to him about his process of writing, publishing, and marketing. Marc opens up about personal struggles and triumphs.
Father Albert (pronounced as the French al-BEAR)talks with me about his new book, his own spiritual journey, and the mystic path. Full of joyful ebullience, Father Albert speaks on Mother Theresa, the dark night of the soul, and the perceptions of people regarding the phrases “mystic,” “contemplative,” and “mindfulness.”