So this is sort of an updated version of the show Seriah originally did with his old co-host Luke about 4 years prior, talking about his Kundalini experiences, but this time with a lot of updates and delving into the stranger aspects of it. Synchronicity, Healing, etc, things that make this strange energy even stranger.
Outro Music from Stone Breath, "Hear Her Wings" from the CD Fallow.
This started more as a personal stories type of show, but then turned more interview about Rachel's experiences and methods of meditation. We talk about what her Kundalini awakening did for her, and what types of meditation she uses, and why.
Before the last show with Greg Bishop and Jeff Ritzmann, Jeff had asked Seriah about some of his experiences, realizing he had only heard bits and pieces on the show, so Seriah let Jeff and Joshua ask him about his experiences, some of which were previously covered on the episode about Kundalini, but by no means all. Part 2 gets into some of the really strange experiences...
Before the last show with Greg Bishop and Jeff Ritzmann, Jeff had asked Seriah about some of his experiences, realizing he had only heard bits and pieces on the show, so Seriah let Jeff and Joshua ask him about his experiences, some of which were previously covered on the episode about Kundalini, but by no means all.
Richard directed a film called "Star Leaf", currently on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play and starring Russell Hodgkinson of the hit SyFy zombie show "ZNation", and it has an original take on the paranormal connections between cannabis, extra-terrestrials, PTSD, and parallel universes. We discuss the movie, and then get deeply into his own experiences with Poltergeists, Demons, Kundalini, and more.
Working in the film industry since 2003, Richard’s notable works include Katana (2009), starring Yuji Okumoto (Karate Kid 2, Pearl Harbor), Ned Luke (Grand Theft Auto V), and John Koyama (Breaking Bad, The Last Samurai) as well as GodMachine (2012), starring Robert Leeshock and Von Flores of Earth: Final Conflict. Richard’s resume also includes corporate and industrial work for clients such as Microsoft, the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, Perkins Coie, the American Cancer Society, and many others.
This was a unique show for Where Did the Road Go? There was no guest, just your main host Seriah, and his co-host Luke St. Clair. They discuss Seriah's experiences with spontaneous Kundalini awakening as well as electrical effects he suffered for many years afterwards. Kundalini, known more for it's style of Yoga is a powerful force. When awakened spontaneously, there is no control, and one may literally lose their mind. After searching for a guest to discuss these experiences with, Seriah, with the help of Luke, decided to do this himself. Seriah did talk about this with Micah Hanks back at the end of 2013 on The Gralien Report, which you can listen to here, but this goes more in depth. Beyond that, the conversation goes into some related experiences.