Hanging With The Masters

Wouldn’t it be fun and insightful to invite Masters of Consciousness from various lineages to have a conversation about things that are pertinent to us humans on earth right now?

We are going to start a Hanging With The Masters audio series here on the Consciously Awesome Playground. If we all love it as much as I think we will, the plan is to make it into an official podcast.

In this first audio, Zac Hansen and I discuss the concept of the series and insight into the process.

 

Episode .1

by Sheila Applegate | Hanging With The Masters

Here is the thing.

I am all about the awesomeness of being human.

I believe the souls on earth right now are some of the most evolved beings in all of creation.

I know that is hard to imagine.

We are incredible reflections of divine love that chose to expand our consciousness by dancing in the density of dualism, space and time.

Physicality is the extreme sport of soul consciousness.

And we signed up for the adventure.

How awesome does that make us?!

Having said this, part of being Super Human is learning to navigate the vast energies beyond our physical senses.

Which is why I have decided it would be fun for us to go on journey together.

Living in the full vortex of conscious oneness, I can easily expand my attention to include the non-physical. (You can too, you just have to remember how.)

Once I expand my attention beyond the limits of my five senses, I open to infinite potential and in that space, I can call upon the vibration of souls for collaboration.

Then the dialogue begins.

If you could have a conversation with anyone from history, who would it be? What would you ask?

On July 4th, we will post our first official Hanging With The Masters interview. Who do you think our first conversation will be with?

Be sure to stop by next Tuesday to find out.

Let me know your thoughts and ideas as you listen.

One of my favorite moments is when I gaze into my empty fridge and pantry (which happens a lot when I am immersed in a creative project) then putting odd random ingredients together, I create a delectable masterpiece.