My guest today is the extraordinarily wonderful Lulu Biazus.
I met Lulu when she created some artwork for a few clients of mine. Since then we've gotten to know each other better and at least from my side the more I find out the cooler Lulu gets.
Lulu is a graphic artist and art director based out of Los Angeles.
Also, long intro alert because I am at the beach and I'm feeling it.
My guest today is meditation teacher and pleasant fellow, Hugh Byrne.
Hugh Byrne teaches meditation and works with people to cultivate mindfulness in daily life. His approach is deeply informed by family and culture, human rights and social justice—and the good fortune of encountering Buddhist teachings 30 years ago.
Hugh came to meditation when his decades-long career spent remedying human injustice revealed the root cause of conflict that he'd failed to tackle. Hugh came to understand—and know personally—that the anger and fear within us engender harmful behavior. Thus he began the transformational practice and study of Buddhist insight meditation.
We're in the process of selecting a recipient for the Synchronicity Generosity Experiment. To contribute or find out more go here: https://syncpodcast.com/generosity/
My BFF David Silver and I talk about the world, the flesh and the devil.
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Jarell Perry stops by Synchronicity to discuss music, awareness, race relations and the meaning of life.
I met Jarell through fellow MindPod Network podcaster Yoshino (Artist Decoded) and we immediately hit it off.
Jarell is an accomplished singer and songwriter and he also runs an excellent blog called Still Mind where he muses on everything from creativity to peace of mind.
I had a blast talking to Jarell and I have a feeling you'll really enjoy this episode.
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