How I Took a Spiritual Journey to Find the Right Podcast

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You know those days where you just feel that the world is your oyster and nothing is standing in your way? Where the waves crashing on the beach aren’t a reminder of the coming tides, but an assurance that life goes on? Have you ever felt brave? Yeah, neither have I, which is why I think that getting into podcasts would be a huge boost to my self esteem and that I might develop something resembling courage. Unfortunately, I didn’t know where to start, so I decided to go on a deeply spiritual journey in order to find the right podcast for me. By doing this, I have the opportunity to capture my destiny.

 

The first method I tried was something that my mother had taught me many years ago. I sat in my dimly light room and lit some incense in order for my senses to become heightened. I then spread out on my back, staring at the ceiling and imagining my destiny. In my version of this, I was planning to scroll through a few podcasts and give them a listen, but I happen to do this at the end of a long week and I ended up just falling asleep with my dog. On to phase two.

 

By phase two, I obviously mean hallucinogenic drugs. I met a guy at work who seemed to give off the vibe that he would know where to get some, and boy was I right about that. We met up after work one day and I paid what I was told was a fair price for what I was getting, although thinking about it now $600 seems like a lot for one hit of a bong, but I am a noob at this. I’m just in it for the spiritual journey within me. However, I was again derailed, as this was my first experience with any kind of drug. Instead of looking upon a clear blue sky to see the name of my podcast written above, I simply stumbled into a Taco Bell and attempted to order something called a Guaco Taco, which I was told did not exist.

 

You know what they say though, third time’s the charm.

 

For this one, I went to an obvious place: the Internet. I Google searched “How to go one a spiritual journey” and found some great literature from a variety of different authors across the glove. I spent time perfecting my craft and when I was ready, I opened my podcasts app and started to scroll. I came across one I had heard of before, Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me, and I was instantly hooked. Turns out, all I had to do was try.

 

Hope this helps!

 

 

 

 

This article was written by Nathan Ellwood, who still doesn’t know what to listen to. Follow him for less or more on Twitter @NPEllwood.

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