Relationships have been challenging for many people over the past year. Laura and Bernhard explore these changing relationship dynamics happening for people this year, in light of the potent Aquarian energies manifesting over the next decades and the collective process of awakening that we are on.
Neelesh Marik joins Bernhard Guenther to talk about Sri Aurobindo and the Integral Yoga. Neelesh shares about the concept of the “avatar”, the life of and different phases of Sir Aurobindo’s ascension journey, the intensifying battle of dark and light during the Kali Yuga, and more.
There is much to be said about the recent Coronavirus “epidemic”, the origin of the virus – if it’s man-made, a bio-weapon, related to 5G, or just a “natural” mutation – or if there even is a virus, to begin with.
How do places and spaces that we live and visit affect us on an energetic level? Bernhard and Laura explore the topic of “environmental consciousness” and how the energies of the collective impact us in this episode of the Cosmic Matrix Podcast, and more.
Paul Levy joins Bernhard Guenther on the Cosmic Matrix Podcast to talk about his work on Wetiko and his latest book “The Quantum Revelation”. Paul shares his personal awakening experience, coming face to face with a dark force working through humans and institutions which lead him to the discovery of the dream-like nature of reality.
In this episode, Bernhard and Laura talk about the popular topic of shadow work, triggers, and projections, outlining the basic tools that one needs to understand and engage in shadow work as well as sharing their reflections on how they handle being triggered and deal with projections coming from other people.
In the 4th episode of the Cosmic Matrix podcast, Laura and Bernhard discuss spiritual integrity and what it means to engage in inner and outer work. Many well-meaning “truth seekers” are overly focused on the external world while lacking a balance of sincere inner work and embodiment. On the other side of the coin, there is the New Age trap of too much “self-work” resulting in narcissistic tendencies, whereas people are overly focused on their internal experience without understanding the world around them, which often results in solipsism.