Conversations with spiritually awakening people.
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What an amazing woman with her insights of all living beings. Thank you for this interview with her.
I listen to batgap while I paint in my studio. The interviews give me a recharge of belief in the kindness of people, which I think shows in the paintings. Thank you, Rick!
Been listening for years, and this podcast is really the pinnacle of spiritual seeker type interview programs. Approaching 600 now host Rick Archer has a Transcendental Meditation background and personally knew Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (The Beatles guru). Earlier interviews (started 2009) were with people he knew from the TM movement. The show is specifically non dual spirituality oriented (Eastern mysticism derived) Some of his interviews claim advanced spirit knowledge and experiences. Many have ... more
Walk in Beauty
For me these days, this podcast is like going to church or synagogue. There are moments in every episode I’ve listened to that make my heart soar the way it does when you listen to an inspiring sermon. At my age, staying grounded in a sense of knowing that there is so much more to life than whatever “this” is…that’s the fuel that keeps me growing and creating. I’m totally addicted to Batgap, in a good way.
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Buddha at the Gas Pump launched 10 years ago and published 600 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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