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Rick deleted a number of past episodes as they included comments that no longer agree with him or the mainstream narrative. It seems this show is only for the woke and not necessarily spiritually enlightened beings comfortable with hearing opposing views… how divine.
This content has given me a deeper and more vast understanding of life on such a macro level that it’s brought peace to my mind like nothing else could have. I am so grateful for Rick, Irene and all of the wonderful guests. I get kernels of knowledge that directly apply to my own life in every episode and those bits and pieces affect my daily life in a very positive way. Anyone who stumbles across this podcast is extremely lucky. After losing my husband at a young age and parenting a child on my... more
I just started listening and I need to hear all the episodes now. I enjoy the whole variety of guests offered and I especially like the episodes that feature psychics, mediums, and energy healers.
If 5 awakened people walked into a bar…..well, I related to the heart-centered soul! So words cannot express the insights, joy, community that these interviews give freely. What a great gift Rick and his guests give week after week. So much gratitude for bringing light into the world, especially though a platform free and open for all. Raising the vibration of the planet one question or shared thought/experience at a time…..
I feel truly fortunate to have access to this ongoing stream of elevated, expansive thought. more
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Buddha at the Gas Pump launched 9 years ago and published 587 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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