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Spirit Road is a spiritual journey podcast, exploring the mysterious world and life we live in. Join hosts, Tim and Laurie, as they discuss the path we all walk with Spirit to our true selves while becoming conscious of ourselves as Divine Beings. Featuring practitioners from the Awkwardly Zen, and spiritual, community.
About the Hosts:
Laurie Hewitt has been channeling for over 30 years and her mission is to support each person’s spiritual journey. She is able to connect you with your Soul Council, guides, and angels to help you remember who you are and why you are here now.
Tim Behrens is an AZ moderator, artist, musician, and spiritual intuitive. He found his way to the spiritual community after experiencing a life-changing paradigm shift in 2018.
Tim and Laurie discuss the importance of meditation in their spiritual practice.
Authentically Akashic It’s easy to get caught up with all the shiny new things when you start down that spiritual or metaphysical path. Find some perspective with Jason as he bridges logic and practical application with the esoteric while sharing knowledge and experience from past lives and the Akashic Records. If you’re interested in a no-nonsense, grounded approach to spirituality that that is unapologetically real, then you will relate to Authentically Akashic.
About the Host:
A few years ago, Jason Antalek experienced a revelation that led him to search for his answers within the Akashic Records. He found many answers there, along with perspective and healing. Through the continued study of past lives and working with others, he refined his approach by combining shamanic methods and Akashaman was born. As a teacher, speaker, and Akashic Records Reader, Akashaman brings the practical and actionable to the metaphysical.
Too much of a “good” thing. Is this real? Does it create more questions? It lead to some interesting thoughts this week.