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Food and Love with Tess Lampert - Synchronicity Podcast with Noah Lampert - Episode 38

Tess Lampert is my guest today.

In addition to being my sister Tess is a food and beverage connoisseur, writer and the best cook I know (sorry, mom.)

Tess flips the script at the beginning of the episode by asking me questions.

This weeks book giveaway is Joseph Campbell’s, “The Hero With a Thousand Faces”

Join the Synchronicity Community and you’ll be entered in the weekly book giveaway FOREVER:

Topics Discussed

- Food as an expression of love
- Stress eating slash emotional eating
- Beauty via taste
- Time as an illusion
- Ghosts
- Dissociative Experiences
- Psychedelics
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Jay Weingarten - Synchronicity with Noah Lampert - Episode 36

Jay Weingarten is my most excellent guest this week.

Jay is a comedian. Jay is funny. Jay is cool. Jay is nice.

Topics Discussed

- Jay’s Comedy
- Flying Fish
- Expressing Yourself via Comedy
- Power Point as a comedic tool
- The importance of keeping an open mind
- Being authentic in life and comedy
- The importance of loving everything around you
- Jay’s chihuahua “The Baby”
- Karma and Reincarnation
- Multidimensional realities – Simultaneous other lives
- Tim Heidecker and Vic Berger
- 2 Wet Crew
- Laughing
- Mushrooms
- L.A Comedy Scene
- Jay’s Unique Path
- Using Life as a Path
- Jazz man!
- The internet being awesome
- Reducing Fear, Increasing Love
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Allen St. Pierre, Executive Director NORML - Synchronicity Podcast with Noah Lampert - Ep. 34

Talking weed with Allen St. Pierre.

Allen St. Pierre is the Executive Director of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), an American non-profit organization that wishes to remove the criminal penalties for and legalize cannabis.

St. Pierre has been the Executive Director of NORML since January 2005. He is the seventh person to be NORML’s Executive Director. He also serves on the Board of Directors of NORML and the NORML Foundation.

Topics Discussed

- The genesis of marijuana prohibition
- Marijuna decriminilization
- The racial history behind cannabis prohibition
- Positive benefits of marijuana
- Amphetamine laced gummies
- Prognosis for cannabis legality and bussiness in the United States
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Mikey Kampmann - Synchronicity Podcast with Noah Lampert - Episode 32

My guest today is the adventurous, talented, hilarious and all around fun guy, Mikey Kampmann.

Mikey has done a lot of cool things in his life like traveling to the South Pole and working as one third of the excellent comedy group, 2 Wet Crew. But hey, those are just things he’s done, not who he is, right?

Topics Discussed This Episode

- Mikey’s worldly travels
- The concept of “home”
- Experiencing different perspectives
- Appreciating diversity
- 2 Wet Crew
- Substance in comedy
- Providing value for people
- Mikey’s African travels
- The desire to give back
- Learning lessons from life experiences
- Mikey recommended a book Starhawk’s, “The Fifth Sacred Thing”

Subscribe/Rate/Review Synchronicity on iTunes if you’re into that kind of thing.

Check out some of Mikey’s videos and projects below!
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Sah D'Simone - Synchronicity Podcast with Noah Lampert - Episode 29

My guest today is holistic health and happiness coach and extremely advanced soul, Sah D’Simone.

You’ll be hard pressed to find a more genuine and authentic spiritual seeker than Sah.

Also, if you’re interested in nutrition and health for the mind/body/soul Sah is available for consults and sessions. Sah is incredibly awesome and I encourage you to learn more about him on his website -

This is a short episode post today because I just had a baby (well, technically my wife Alexis did) so my life is insane right now.

That said, enjoy the episode!

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Dreams with Steven Kampmann - Episode 37 - Synchronicity Podcast with Noah Lampert

Steven Kampmann is my guest today. Steven is an all around cool guy and father of previous guest Mikey Kampmann.

In this episode Steven and I discuss the importance of dreams. Steven also recommended some excellent books as an addendum to the episode:

Topics Discussed

- Steven meeting Carl Jung’s great grandson
- Bollingen Tower
- Dying, Dreams and Awareness
- The power of knowing nothing
- The flexibility of dreams
- Dreams predicting future events
- Taking action based on your dreams
- The orchestra of the Self
- Dreams as a source of creativity
- Climbing the mountain
- Finding your way to yourself
- Acting on your inner life
- Taking risks
- Mentors
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Toni Bernhard is my guest today. Toni has an incredible story that centers around how to bring awareness, mindfulness and compassion to issues surrounding chronic illness.

Easily one of the most inspiring and wisdom filled episodes of Synchronicity to date.

Topics Discussed

- Toni’s story
- Overcoming suffering
- The importance of Self Compassion
- Idiot Self-Compassion
- How to approach chronic illness/pain/suffering
- The tyranny of positive thinking
- Being present
- Buddhism being realistic, not pessimistic
- Equanimity
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Creativity with Miles Seiden - Synchronicity Podcast with Noah Lampert - Episode 33

My guest today is friend and creative professional, Miles Seiden.

Miles is about as authentic of a person you’ll come across. Not only is he a talented professional, Miles is also one of the most honest and dedicated people I’ve met. In short, he’s my soul bruva from the same cosmic motha and yes I’m sorry and I will never say that again.

This week I’ve partnered with Wisdom Publications and they’ve generously donated a new copy of Ajahn Brahm’s “Kindfulness.”

Join the Synchronicity Community by tapping/clicking this link and you’re automatically entered in the giveaway FOREVER. That’s a good deal if you ask me.

Also, Wisdom Publications is giving away an ebook on Happiness from the Dalai Lama. Get the Dalai Lama’s ebook here because that’s a smart thing to do and who doesn’t want to be happy.

Finally, rate and review Synchronicity on iTunes if you’re digging it. I know it’s a pain to login to iTunes (which is terrible as a thing that exists) but it really helps the show and karmically it’s a great thing to do.

Buddha spoke explicitly about rating and reviewing podcasts as a good thing to do and a path towards everlasting peace and happiness, and hey, he’s a smart kind of guy.

Topics Discussed

- Creativity and Spirituality
- What does “spirituality” mean?
- Trying to define yourself
- Being a good person
- Compassion
- Healthy skepticism
- Direct Experience
- The word “guru”
- The little voice in your head
- Interconnectedness
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Nina Rao - Synchronicity Podcast with Noah Lampert - Episode 31

My guest today is Kirtan singer and lovely person, Nina Rao.

Nina learned traditional chants (bhajans) from her grandfather in a village in south India when she was nine years old. The chants quietly stayed with her until she rediscovered chanting with Krishna Das in New York in 1996.

Her childhood was spent living in and moving between many countries around the world and when she settled in New York her working life began in the banking world, switched to organizing and leading photographic wildlife safaris in Africa and India, and now for many years, is Krishna Das’ business manager and assistant.

Topics Discussed

- Nina’s worldly and inner journeys
- The concept of a Guru
- Kirtan as a regular practice
- The power of sound/music
- The concept of Home
- The evolution of the Kirtan movement in the West
- Understanding the “why” behind focusing on a particular path
- The importance of an open heart

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Yoshino from Artist Decoded - Synchronicity Podcast with Noah Lampert - Episode 30

My guest today is artist, photographer, awesome person and host of the Artist Decoded podcast, Yoshino.

I got tuned into Yoshino and his podcast by Michael Donovan (who is an inter-dimensional networker and knows pretty much the coolest people you can know) and I’m very happy I did.

Yoshino and I only spoke a couple of times before the podcast but you’ll hear we hit it off immediately.

Not only is Yoshino a creative powerhouse but his focus on intention, service and bringing value to people’s lives is infectious.

Topics Discussed

- Confidence
- Breaking down limiting beliefs and mental barriers
- Being of service and creating value
- The intersection of art and consciousness
- Starting Artist Decoded
- His work as a photographer
- Creating your own world in the midst of many other cultural worlds
- Alan Watts
- Bruce Lee
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Lama Tsomo - Synchronicity Podcast with Noah Lampert - Episode 28

My guest today is Lama Tsomo who happens to be one of the most direct, down to earth, yet extremely wise and fun people I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with.

She’s also a bonafide Lama (ordained by Tulku Sangak Rinpoche) in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. She’s also an author and co-founder of the Namchak Foundation and Namchak Retreat Ranch in Missoula, Montana.

Her new book, “Why Is The Dalai Lama Always Smiling?” is absolutely incredible and I highly recommend picking up a copy. It’s one of the best books on Buddhism for westerners that I’ve come across( and I’ve read a lot of books on Buddhism for westerners.)
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  • CRVD Media
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  • Ram Dass, Love Serve Remember Foundation
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    Digital Audio Wizard, 2003 - present
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I'm a full-time digital brand developer and a professionally trained musician.

I help businesses, brands and individuals achieve their goals. One way I do this is via my business CRVD Media which I founded in 2009.

My passion is to help demystify key technologies while creating usable road maps for my clients. I subscribe to the "teach a person to fish theory," but have also been known to catch a few fish for clients when duty calls.

I consult on a regular basis and help design and implement websites and unified brand systems as my schedule permits.

Always up for a good conversation. Avid reader, NFL fan and electronic music enthusiast. I'm also vegan but don't let that color your perception.

Favorite subjects include philosophy, music and technology.

I also enjoy this quote very much:

"We must learn to reawaken and keep ourselves awake, not by mechanical aids, but by an infinite expectation of the dawn, which does not forsake us even in our soundest sleep. I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by a conscious endeavor. It is something to be able to paint a particular picture, or to carve a statue, and so to make a few objects beautiful; but it is far more glorious to carve and paint the very atmosphere and medium through which we look, which morally we can do. To affect the quality of the day, that is the highest of arts.”

-Henry David Thoreau
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