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The world's greatest adventurers tell their best story from the road. Each episode is cut documentary style and set to music and cinematic effects to create an immersive storytelling experience. 'Best travel podcasts 2020'- The Guardian, 'Thrilling Stuff'-Sunday Times, 'Ear Candy for Listeners' - Washington Post
 
ZLORD explores in unedited conversation: Spirit, Oneness, inner-and-outer adventure, and finding Magic in mundane life. Each week's episode is a lively discourse of East meets West (an Eastern yogi-mystic and a self-proclaimed Born Again Baptist) by these three-decades-married artists as they let it all hang out. Visionary author teZa and feature filmmaker Carter focus on love and accept each other's often wildly-different views. Their commonality, and hence, the podcast's name of ZLORD, is ...
 
Are you a curiosity seeker? Do you have a yearning to learn more about the wonderful world around us? Take a journey of discovery with THE CURIOUS PROFESSOR as she explores the intriguing people, places, artifacts, and natural wonders that spark her curiosity. A podcast for the curious at heart. Be curious with Dr. B.
 
I'm a nomadic creator, online entrepreneur, photographer + online filmmaker and minimalist vegan yogi. This podcast aims to encourage people to pursue their passions, create meaningful content and make an impact. I sit down with myself solo, but also with other fellow inspiring creatives and change-makers to talk about living a conscious life and building a meaningful legacy through creating work that matters.
 
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The Yoga Trade Podcast explores spirituality, wellness and sustainability in all different corners of this Earth. Yoga Trade is an online platform and community that connects you with job opportunities and work exchanges around the world. Our host, Audrey Billups, is Yoga Trade’s vagabond filmmaker who captures the inspiring stories of wellness professionals and change makers she meets along her travels.
 
"Somewhere in Vegas" is a show dedicated to stories about fascinating people from all walks of life, from all over the world. The "Somewhere in Vegas" podcast used to be headquartered somewhere in Las Vegas, but now we travel the globe in search of the the most interesting people and places. We've featured top comedians, actors, wrestlers, MMA fighters and more. Exotic, sexy, dangerous, funny or just plain fascinating -- join us "Somewhere in Vegas."
 
"F. L. I. C. K. S." is a podcast by filmmaker and journalist Jason Verney, in collaboration with his production company, NativeNomadPictures.com (NNP) and his movies & music website, MiniMiniMovie.com (MMM), and stands for: Films Life Interviews Camera Korea Sounds 'FLICKS' SERIES DESCRIPTION: An Odd Plod, Nod & Pod to "NO-MADe-land"... This podcast can be seen as an apology perhaps, to those who may be awaiting the yet to be completed South Korean documentary by Mr Verney. Jason talks about ...
 
The Refilmery Series takes you behind the scenes to discover the process and strategies that filmmakers and creative people employ in their work. Each week a filmmaker reveals their career challenges, latest projects, and creative triumphs. Hosted by David Joshua Ford, executive director of New York production company Refilmery. Subscribe to "Refilmery Series" in iTunes, Google Play & Stitcher, and receive discounts to our live screenings in New York by joining the film community mailing lis ...
 
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Cohosts teZa and Carter discuss how the "way the heart thinks" is the way our lives are. Citing this profound wisdom contained in the Old Testament's proverbs, attributing one's heartfelt feelings, rather than one's brain-based thoughts to how a person's life goes, whether peaceful or stressful--is helped by understanding the biological function of…
 
Follow Captain Liz Clark on the Voyage of the Swell, a surfer’s journey in search of a life of exploration, adventure and the perfect wave. After college, instead of getting a job and starting a career, as her peers were, Liz bought a boat. She had always loved the ocean and felt a calling to follow her dreams, and try and make her passions her lif…
 
teZa and Carter discuss how the main theme of their 3-years of podcasting--once their original camping trip was curtained by the pandemic--is how to achieve inner peace. Bliss. Happiness. And once that state is glimpsed, even for ever so briefly, how can it be cultivated? And eventually, embraced as the permanent state that each one of us can choos…
 
Cohost Carter returns after almost a month of teZa podcasting solo. They continue the discussion begun in last episode, of how our perceptions determine what kind of life we live. In teZa's case, she's comfortable thinking of life as a spiritual experience in her human "suit." Carter has similar perceptions, and together they share how even somethi…
 
Conrad Anker is renowned throughout the world as one of the greatest living mountaineers. Follow him to the Himalayan peaks of northern India to climb the ‘Shark’s Fin’ of Mt. Meru, a sheer 1,500-foot wall of blank granite, one the hardest, most dangerous and beautiful routes on the planet. For 30 years the best mountaineers in the world had attemp…
 
Carter and teZa Lord have just returned from their honeymoon celebrating 30 years of purposefully-designed spiritual union. They discuss how they, both in their mid-40s, decided that was the only kind of love partnering for them. Discussing many details like: how they arrived at their marriage vows; how raising step-children (for teZa) fit into the…
 
Follow extreme bikepacker Cat Jaffee as she competes in the Silk Road Mountain Race - the toughest mountain bike race on the planet. 1,200-miles long, with over 115,000-feet elevation gain, athletes traverse the high mountain passes and remote valleys of Kyrgyzstan for 14 grueling days. Traveling completely unsupported, wild camping along the way, …
 
teZa solo shares how, once an old negative source within us is identified, how to transform it into a positive NEW creation. This is the 2nd step to Letting Go. Allowing the creative intelligence we all have to flourish, we must destroy as much negativity within our energy field (including unhealthy habits, friends, jobs, environments, etc) so that…
 
Thomas Verrette took a little over a month to cover a life changing competition. Middle schoolers from across the country were competing to code satellites aboard the International Space Station and Thomas was there to tell the stories of these students with many differing backgrounds. The contest hopes to inspire students not only to reach for the…
 
Carter (for the first time!) listened to ZLORD podcast. He chose the previous episode, about Truth. Well, he wasn't happy with what he heard; thought things were not clear enough for his liking. So he wants to discuss Truth in more depth. teZa agrees, as any subject is interesting if it relates to understanding Spirit at greater depth. This episode…
 
Follow travel author and adventurer Graydon Hazenburg on an epic bike journey from Islamabad, in Pakistan, all the way to Mount Kailash, in Tibet thousands of miles away. Travelling across four of the great mountain ranges in the world, the Pamir Mountains, the Hindu Kush, the Karakorum and the Himalayas, it would prove to be an incredibly difficul…
 
Carter and teZa Lord discuss how suffering is synonymous with being human. We all know what it's like to suffer, in all its many forms. But what can we do when we're in the thrust of its pain? This episode explores some spiritual approaches to helping relieve suffering, both our own and the empathy we feel about others' suffering. Visit tezalord.co…
 
Follow travel author Oscar Scafidi on his world-record paddle down the Kwanza River in Angola. Stretching 600-miles from its source in the Angolan Highlands, in the centre of the country, to the Atlantic Ocean on the country’s west coast, Oscar and his partner Alfie Weston kayaked the entire length and hiked an additional two hundred miles to circu…
 
In this longer Mind-Stiller teZa shares how she quiets her busy mind, this time in a place she's never been before. She does this to demonstrate that no matter where one is, under what circumstances going on in the outside world, it is possible for virtually anyone to discover the inner place of calm, within one's consciousness. Awareness Acceptanc…
 
Carter thought he didn't have much to share about boundaries. But when teZa begins about how she had to learn about boundaries early in her sober life, suddenly Carter can relate to this podcast's subject from his own experiences, and has a lot to say. As always, the focus is our spiritual life, but today we talk about more practical matters ... li…
 
Author Charlie Sheldon has worked as a commercial fisherman, a fisheries consultant, and an executive for various seaports. After retirement, he went back to work for as a merchant sailor. He’s a water dowser and has dabbled in treasure hunting. Charlie discusses his tales and adventures in the Pacific Northwest on the latest episode of The Curious…
 
Last episode was teZa's story of how she came to be a God-lover; this week it's Carter's. He uses the word "testimonial" because he identifies as a born-again Christian. One of the many subjects covered in his story is how he, as a single parent of two young children, reconciled marrying teZa, a self-proclaimed Christian Sufi soldier, a mystic. Lot…
 
Follow Black Belt travel writer Paul Barach as he treks the 750-mile Shikoku Pilgrimage in Japan. Dedicated to the 8thcentury Buddhist Holy Man, Kukai, Shikoku is the wildest of Japan’s four main islands filled with steep mountains, thousand-year-old temples and thick cedar forests. Walked for more than 1,200 years, this is one of the hardest Buddh…
 
Nurse practitioner and critical care consultant, Kali Dayton, discusses the life and work of an ICU nurse. Kali is the host of her own podcast, Walking Home from the ICU. Her mission is to humanize the ICU through improved practices in critical care medicine and bring greater honesty and awareness of the reality of sedation and immobility in the IC…
 
Having worked heavily behind the scenes and creating his own lighting company, Michael Blevins has started to create his own visions. The L.A. based producer has used his former hometown of Kansas City for many of his movies, including the already released "Digging to Death" and the upcoming "The Devil Comes to Kansas City". We talk to Blevins on h…
 
Follow National Geographic wildlife biologist Doug Chadwick to the Gobi Desert of Mongolia in search of the world’s rarest bear. There are less than 50 Gobi Grizzlies left in the world and until recently almost no one even knew the existed - including Doug, a self-proclaimed ‘Bear Junkie’ who has spent his life studying Grizzly Bears around the wor…
 
Follow extreme adventurer Ash Dykes on a world first trek along the entire 4,000-mile length of the Yangtze River in China. Travelling from the Tibetan Plateau in the far northwest of the country, through 11 provinces to the river’s estuary near Shanghai in the south he will face innumerable challenges: dodging aggressive Tibetan bears, fighting of…
 
Carter and teZa Lord discuss their spiritual point of view of one of the most controversial and divisive issues of our times: class and economic privilege. What does this buzz-word even mean to the average person? For spiritually-minded individuals? As always, this podcast approaches all subjects from the perspective of how we can be better humans,…
 
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