Podcast Episode 1: Vipassana Experince-The Second Time Around 

My first official full length podcast is here! Listening to this the other day I had the intense urge to re record it. Gosh how awkward can I be?! 

Hearing the sound of my voice is going to take some getting used to. I stumbled over my words, I repeated myself, I got robotic….

Ahhh, here I go with the self judgment and unnecessary insecurities. Screw it, here I am in my raw form. Take it or leave it! 

Contriving and re recording could have absolutely resulted in a better product, but it wouldn’t be real. Since I am working on presenting the authentic ME to the world….here ya go!This is an episode based off my journals from my Vipassana mediation retreat-Discussing what resonated with me the second time visiting a Buddhist monastery. 

Keeping a journal isn’t encouraged in Vipassana, but I felt it was important to track my thoughts and insights as they came to me. 

I could go on, and on about the different facets of each insight. There is so much more to discuss in terms of these lessons, but not without making this a three hour podcast! I’ll elaborate of some of these common themes throughout the progression of later episodes. I’ll also touch on the even more profound lessons form my first retreat. Until then…


1 Comments on “Podcast Episode 1: Vipassana Experince-The Second Time Around ”

  1. You did such a great job tyg! You didn’t trip up at all, your voice is so sweet and pleasant to listen to, that’s not even considering how great the content is. Podcasting is your thang 💪🏼💕💕💕 so proud

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