My Interview with Tami Simon, Founder of Sounds True

Tami Simon is founder of Sounds True and manages to be both a depth practitioner and a force of nature in our culture.

She’s brought forth and promoted many teachers onto the national scene.

I was delighted to have an interview with Tami for her podcast Insights at the Edge last week about “Body-Centered Inquiry.”

We explored my relationship to the topic and I offered a few guided practices.

To check out the CD Series, click here:

iTunes podcast here, online listening here, stitcher here, and Jonathan’s YouTube channel here.

A complete course on accessing the “still, small voice within” to find answers to persistent problems.

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  • Bamboo flute improvisations by Jonathan Foust.

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  • This series of 15–20 minute guided meditations explore cultivating a profound balance of ‘chitta and prana,’ or awareness and energy.

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  • Use these guided meditations regularly to rejuvenate your body, mind, and spirit.

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  • In this original audiobook, you’ll explore how to release physical and emotional restrictions in order to experience a more profound relationship of your body, mind, and spirit.

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