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  • 345. dHarmic Rising Stars Spotify Playlists, #1 Trending Songs
    In today's show, we discuss the best of the best on our spotify playlists. Just in case you’ve forgotten, the dHarmic Evolution is centred around discovering indie singer/songwriters before they get discovered by the mainstream. To this end, we have created a set of playlists to promote some of the guests of the show. In addition the show features Authors, Speakers, and Thought Leaders and the core culture of the dHarmic Evolution brand is built around doing for others. So strap up your seatbelts and let’s take a ride to Nashville on this episode of the dHarmic Evolution podcast.   James is now Coaching If you are a high achiever looking to transform your life/career/goals, James is now offering a limited amount of spaces for 1 on 1 coaching. You must be committed, dedicated and willing to welcome a transformation to achieve more in your life for this program. If this is you, James is offering a 30 minute zoom discovery call for only 12 participants. You can schedule your discovery call with James right here to explore if this is a good fit for both parties. As a Preview The dHarmic rising stars Spotify playlist is a Spotify playlist of 30 songs each that James created and named after certain star constellations. A very eclectic bunch of great songs from various genres are available on these playlists!. In this episode we touch on the top songs of each playlist. Grab your favourite. Ready for a great listening experience? Let’s dive in Time Stamps 01:53 dHarmic rising stars spotify playlist  02:11 Scorpius playlist 02:55 Who is the no. 1 artist on Scorpius playlist? 03:56 Money by Zack Linton plays  08:06 Introducing Holly Lovelady  09:08 The Orion Playlist 09:53: Oreanne from Holly Lovelady plays 12:58 Matt O’ Ree 14:19 The Aquila playlist 15:20 Black Boots by Matt O’ Ree plays 19:47 James’ time as a DJ in High School 21:28 Introducing Gabe Baker 22:28 Lyra Spotify playlist 23:15 Mother by Gabe plays 28:13 Ride on by James plays Spotify Playlist: Make sure you’re not missing out on all our “Rising dHarmic Stars Spotify Playlists”. We already have four (4) playlists where you can find over a hundred songs from our very own dHarmic Evolution alumni. Don’t forget to share them with your family and friends, and let the world support these fantastic indie artists! Check out the links here:  dHarmic Rising Stars: Aquila https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4loDaYF0OuWRjZeMXvEjK4 dHarmic Rising Stars: Orion https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5CnL9tl0xbU4oDh6jtJBZx dHarmic Rising Stars: Lyra https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1ov0OqNMJmPhHrxZjsXthS dHarmic Rising Stars: Scorpius https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5oQ4Sc4LAJSexsDgDcixt8 dHarmic Evolution links:  Stay up-to-date with our new releases! You just need to go to dharmicevolution.com and subscribe to your favourite podcast platform – there is much to choose from! Let me know what you think as well by leaving comments or reviews! And if you’re digging this show, please share it with somebody on social media or just forward it to a friend and let them join the growing community of dHarmic Evolution! Are you a high-achiever and need high level professional coaching? Join James for a free 30 minutes session to determine if you and he would be a great fit to work together, book a session today ! Hey, do you know someone who is suffering from anxiety and depression? Please help them out by suggesting the book “7 Steps to Mental Freedom.” It will be an excellent read for them. You can easily find it as well on the main page of the website, or you can just send them to 7stepstomentalfreedom.com Keep yourself updated with what’s going on with dHarmic evolution; check out our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/dharmicevolution. If you are an artist, an author, or a keynote speaker, who is trying to find a safe place to post your content, you can check out our own Facebook community page and let the world support you! Check out the link here: dHarmic Evolution Community.  Special Links and Mentions Bruce Springsteen Peter Lewy Zack Linton From Perth Australia, The West Side, That is Rich With Talented Musical Artists Zack’s Website Money by Zack Linton Holly Lovelady, Canne Film, Touring England, Ireland Holly’s Website Oreanne by Holly Lovelady Matt O’Ree Talks About His Career & The Joy Of Working With Bruce Springsteen Matt O’Ree’s Website Black Boots by Matt O’Ree Gabe Baker Flipped “Upside Down” but Christian Leadership has Come Back Around Gabe Baker’s Website Mother by Gabe Baker
    9/16/2022
    31:45
  • 344. Down Under With Singer Songwriter Cass Eager, It’s The Way She Feels About You!
      Cass is a modern soul singer with a sound that embodies old-school cool with bold sexy optimism. Her sound takes its cue from a vintage sonic swagger a-la Amy Winehouse, but she’d be just as much at home drinking martinis with Andra Day, Brittany Howard and Nancy Sinatra at her favourite lounge bar in LA.Cass’s soul-leaning, sun-seeking songs remind you that if the champagne glass isn’t already full,then it’s at least half-full (and definitely never empty). Her signature chocolate-coated vocals are drenched in a feel-good vibe, and her megawatt smile and natural charisma draw you in with gravitational force.It isn’t just Cass’ new single “The Way I Feel About You” and its crowd-sourced video that have captured the imagination of her fans and industry. Cass’s acclaimed last single “Ain’t No Stopping Me '' hit over 1.7M streams on a recent US Hyundai commercial. Her music has also been featured on a US McDonalds ad, as well as multiple TV shows on Amazon Prime, Nine Network, and the E channel. So strap up your seatbelts, and let’s take a ride to Australia by way of LA California on this episode of the dHarmic Evolution podcast. As a Preview In this episode, we have soulful singer Cass Eager discuss her two latest singles and a behind the scenes of “the way I feel about you”. A lot of introspection, we talk about Cass’ experience in co-writing, from dislike to joy. We talk about family, her agent husband and motherhood. We also talk about pushing ourselves when we have a supporter, a producer like Billy Elfer. Trust us, this episode is definitely one of a kind. Wanna know the Australian word for hiking? Get it all here on the dHarmic evolution podcast. Quotes ‘I always found myself feeling more like a mom than a musician so I had to find a way to make music more fun again’-Cass ‘Co-writing is one of those things the more you do, the more you get comfortable with it and you can recognize what a good fit is’-Cass ‘One note can have everything in it’-Cass ‘It’s more about the character than the impression’-Cass ‘You need new experiences to spark new emotion’-Cass ‘The song knows everything, you have to follow it and let it teach you what you should be doing.’-James ‘Ideas are everywhere, we have to remind ourselves to tune that again and get our vibe back on’-James ‘We’re here to grow, expand and be joyful’-Cass     Timestamps 03:15 How did Cass end up in LA? 06:07 How Cass’ view on co-writing changed 08:57 Working with Billy Lefler(producer) 13:10 If you were my king by Cass plays 16:45 Behind If you were my king. 18:05 Cass’ early influences 20:45 Voice or Instrument? 21:54 Cass’ first song 23:00 Where is Cass based now? LA or Australia 24:12 Cass’ first experience in LA 25:52 Cass’ eclectic taste in soul and music 29:20 Getting deeper into If you were my king 31:19 The way I feel about you by Cass plays 35:44 The way I feel about you production with Billy 40:40 Behind the video of the way I feel about you 43:30 What is downtime for Cass? 45:33 Being alone as a writer 54:51 Album title? 55:10 Where can we find Cass mostly? 55:43 Last words from Cass 58:00 Ride on by James Kevin O’Connor plays   Spotify Playlist:  Make sure you’re not missing out on all our “Rising dHarmic Stars Spotify Playlists”. We already have four (4) playlists where you can find over a hundred songs from our very own dHarmic Evolution alumni. Don’t forget to share them with your family and friends, and let the world support these fantastic indie artists! Check out the links here:   dHarmic Rising Stars: Aquila   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4loDaYF0OuWRjZeMXvEjK4   dHarmic Rising Stars: Orion   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5CnL9tl0xbU4oDh6jtJBZx   dHarmic Rising Stars: Lyra   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1ov0OqNMJmPhHrxZjsXthS   dHarmic Rising Stars: Scorpius   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5oQ4Sc4LAJSexsDgDcixt8   dHarmic Evolution links:   Stay up-to-date with our new releases! You just need to go to dharmicevolution.com and subscribe to your favourite podcast platform – there is much to choose from! Let me know what you think as well by leaving comments or reviews! And if you’re digging this show, please share it with somebody on social media or just forward it to a friend and let them join the growing community of dHarmic Evolution!   Hey, do you know someone who is suffering from anxiety and depression? Please help them out by suggesting the book “7 Steps to Mental Freedom.” It will be an excellent read for them. You can easily find it as well on the main page of the website, or you can just send them to 7stepstomentalfreedom.com.   Keep yourself updated with what’s going on with dHarmic evolution; check out our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/dharmicevolution. If you are an artist, an author, or a keynote speaker, who is trying to find a safe place to post your content, you can check out our own Facebook community page and let the world support you! Check out the link here: dHarmic Evolution Community.    Connect with Cass   Website Instagram Youtube Facebook Special Links and Mentions Billy Lefler Rick Franklin Ride On by James Kevin O’Connor The way I feel about you If you were my king Bush walking Elizabeth Gilbert
    9/2/2022
    1:01:41
  • 343 Spotlight Series 5, Sam Koon, Holly Lovelady, Zack Linton, Teresa Guidry
    In today’s episode, we have our Spotlight Series 5, where we talk about some of the best artists' time on the show. Just in case you’ve forgotten, the dHarmic Evolution is centered around discovering indie singers/songwriters before they get discovered by the mainstream. In addition, the show features authors, speakers, and thought leaders, the core culture of the dHarmic Evolution brand is built around doing for others. So strap up your seatbelts, and let’s take a ride to Georgia USA, the UK, Perth, Australia, and finally Nashville TN on this episode of the dHarmic Evolution podcast.   As a preview In this episode, we present our Spotlight series 5. Here we shine an extra light on some of the best talents ever on this show which for obvious reasons is difficult. Not just because they are excellent artists but these talents weren’t scouted for our show. We went out to get these talents. We discuss Sam Koon’s transition to rock, Holly Lovelady’s upcoming UK and Ireland tour, the original music scene in Perth Australia with Zack Linton and finally conclude with Teresa Guidry’s slice of interview and her hit single “Paris”.   Quotes “Co-writing is something you experience where you realize two heads are better than one”                  - Sam Koon “My Tour is going to start on the 2nd of September, and start in Dublin, it will be my first official proper tour”- Holly Lovelady “I just love guitars. I’ve been buying and playing different ones” -Zack Linton “When you write with somebody, it can go in all different ways, but when I wrote with Lily it clicked” -Teresa Guidry   Time Stamps 03:10 Our Spotlight guests and how we book them on the show 05:47 Sam’s opportunity to front a band 08:52 What song led the transition of Sam’s rock to country 10:25 Sam’s co-writing experience 12:33 Best of Us from Sam Koon plays 15:53 Introducing Holly Lovelady 17:35 Holly’s experience skateboarding 18:49 Holly’s upcoming tour 21:00 Something in the Way from Holly plays 24:40 Introducing Zack Linton 27:31 Zack Linton’s three-piece music presentation 29:55 The original music scene in Australia 32:33 Travelling from west to east Australia 34:00 Zack’s music gear 36:05 Balance from Zack Linton plays 39:37 Introducing Teresa Guidry 42:05 Celebrating Theresa’s new single Paris 43:24 Teresa’s transition to Nashville 46:31 The production of Paris 50:26 Co-writing Paris 52:17 Theresa’s first co-writing experience 54:21 Paris from Teresa Plays 58:35 How to apply for the show 59:05 Ride On from James Kevin O’Connor plays    Spotify Playlist:   Make sure you’re not missing out on all our “Rising dHarmic Stars Spotify Playlists”. We already have four (4) playlists where you can find over a hundred songs from our very own dHarmic Evolution alumni. Don’t forget to share them with your family and friends, and let the world support these fantastic indie artists! Check out the links here:   dHarmic Rising Stars: Aquila   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4loDaYF0OuWRjZeMXvEjK4   dHarmic Rising Stars: Orion   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5CnL9tl0xbU4oDh6jtJBZx   dHarmic Rising Stars: Lyra   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1ov0OqNMJmPhHrxZjsXthS   dHarmic Rising Stars: Scorpius   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5oQ4Sc4LAJSexsDgDcixt8   dHarmic Evolution links:   Stay up-to-date with our new releases! You just simply need to go to dharmicevolution.com and subscribe to your favourite podcast platform – there is a lot to choose from! Let me know what you think as well by leaving comments or reviews! And if you’re digging this show, please share it with somebody either on social media or just forward it to a friend and let them join the growing community of dHarmic Evolution!   Do you know someone who is suffering from anxiety and depression? Please help them out by suggesting the book “7 Steps to Mental Freedom.” It will be a great read for them. You can easily find it as well on the main page of the website, or you can just send them to 7stepstomentalfreedom.com   Keep yourself updated with what’s going on with dHarmic evolution; check out our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/dharmicevolution and, if you are an artist, an author, or a keynote speaker, who is trying to find a safe place to post your content, you can check out our own Facebook community page and let the world support you! Check out the link here: dHarmic Evolution Community.  Special Links and Mentions So Far Sounds Stevie Ray Bluebird Cafe Sam Heart Best of Us by Sam Koon Something in the Way by Holly Lovelady Balance by Zack Linton Paris by Teresa Guidry Ride On by James Kevin O’Connor   Connect with our Spotlight Series 5 Artists 337. Sam Koon, Bringing Fatherhood and Rock To Country with Great Vocals! Sam’s Website 336. Holly Lovelady, Canne Film, Touring England, Ireland Holly’s Website 331. Zack Linton From Perth Australia, The West Side, That is Rich With Talented Musical Artists Zack’s Website 311. Teresa Guidry releases her new smash “Paris” Teresa’s Website
    8/19/2022
    1:02:35
  • 342. Ami Lou Shaw, Great Britains Finest Undiscovered Singer/Songwriter!
    Amie Lou Shaw is a singer-songwriter who simply compels you to listen. With her evocative, distinct voice, as described by one reviewer, her accomplished vocals will ‘mesmerise’ you. Throughout her childhood and teens, Amie performed in many shows and musicals. Having written songs since the age of 13, her vocal and song-writing style has been shaped by her earliest to present-day musical influences; some of her main influences include Tori Amos, Kate Bush, Lucie Silvas, Delta Goodrem, Celine Dion, Trisha Yearwood, Faith Hill, Mariah Carey, and all styles of music from across a broad range of genres. Her song 'Travelling' was included in a Hollyoaks episode. Amie has also won a competition (and was personally chosen by Tat) to have her song "Simple Things" recorded by Tat Tong of T2 Productions, who has gone 60 times platinum and charted at number one in 66 countries. After first appearing on DE 28, she’s back again with another hit single, “On My Mind”.  So strap up your seatbelts, and let’s take a ride to the  UK on this episode of the dHarmic Evolution podcast. As a Preview   In this episode, we have Amie Lou Shaw discuss songwriting. She talks about her multiple songwriting processes, and James chips in some pro-advice too. She talks about teaching the flute and song analysis with her student and how that has become a positive feedback loop. We celebrate some of her latest achievements by inking a record deal with leopard music and also discuss her summer plans. Simply put, this episode was a mixture of learning and fun, all here on the dHarmic evolution. podcast   Quotes   Beginners can teach you to be very clear and concise with your music- Amie I really like the therapeutic side of music; I love helping my students write songs that can help them get through whatever they are facing-Amie If you want to understand something better, teach it-James You can’t rush the process of music… As an upcoming musician, the most important thing is a connection with your audience.-Amie Songwriting gets easier when you have a strong subject; it doesn’t matter whether it is a person or place.-James Am I using the best words, the best lyrics? Am I passing this in the clearest way possible?-Amie When your antenna is up, you can pick up the most incredible things-James When I was thirteen, I used to think I’ll just throw a song together, but now I’ve realized this takes real craftsmanship-Amie Songs are timeless; it doesn’t matter when they were written, they will always have some value.-James If there is a song in your heart, you’ve got to write it-Amie   Time Stamps   04:01 Amie’s longtime dream fulfilled 07:01 What does Amie teach? 08:36 Amie’s teaching experiences 13:00 Breaking down a song with a vocalist 14:00 Why Amie believes music can’t be rushed 15:10 Broken Man from Amie plays 20:36 Behind Broken Man 21:56 James thought about ‘why you can’t rush the process of music.’ 23:56 Amie’s approach to songwriting 28:17 Amie’s secret about eavesdropping 34:19 Another writing pro-tip from master singer-songwriter James 36:46 On my mind from Amie plays 40:10 What has been on Amie Lou’s mind? 45:00 Amie shares her summer plans 46:40 The title of Amie’s new album 47:13 Amie’s vinyl plan. 50:20 Amie inked a deal with Leopard Music 54:02 Amie’s last word 55:10  Ride On by James Kevin O’Connor plays Amie’s Bio: Amie Lou Shaw  Biography 2022 Amie’s music is a blend of Acoustic, Singer-Songwriter, Country & Folk. Amie has been coached by Kelly Bryan (Eternal) and Eliot May (Basement Jaxx)  Amie worked on a song written by Simon Bailey called ‘You Gave Me My Wings’ who has been opening act for Many big names including Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston on her final gig. Amie’s song ‘Travellin’ was played on an episode of Hollyoaks.  Amie won a competition (as was selected personally by Tat himself), to have her track ‘Simple Things’ recorded by Tat Tong of T2 Productions. Tat has gone 60 X Platinum and charted at number 1 in 66 countries. The track was mastered by Earle Holder who has mastered for Public Enemy, Candice and Tamaeko Star among many others he is considered to be one of the top mastering engineers worldwide.  One of Amie co-writers is working with a producer that works closely with Big Machine Records. He works with a team of writers that have pitched songs to Amanda and have had a top 10 hit in the Billboard charts with a song called ‘Burn.’  Amie has written with Maggie K De Monde who was in a band called ‘Scarlet Fantastic’ and ‘Swan’s Way’ and had a hit in the 80’s with a song called ‘No Memory.’  Amie had recent play on BBC Introducing and plans to record at Abbey Road studios this year  Amie co-wrote a few songs with Andy Ross of A Star Studios in Manchester, Andy was a Mercury Prize nominated winner and has had his music published by Clipper’s Music. Neil Fairclough who has played for Queen played bass. Simon Moore played drums, he has played for for Jocelyn Brown, Shaznay Lewis, former stone roses front man Ian Brown and Steve Power as part of the production team with Robbie Williams ‘Millenium’ amongst other artists.  Amie has written a song with Kelly Fitzgerald, who has toured all over the world as a solo and ensemble performer. She and her band have shared stages with artists such as John Hyatt, Shelby Lynn, Nancy Griffith, Cheap Trick, Eddie Money, Vonda Shepherd and Ben Taylor amongst others. Her writing partner Brian Pothier (who has also shown an interest in working with Amie on a few tracks) co-wrote and recorded the song ‘Thank you’ with Christina Fulton, which premiered on MTV’s ‘The Jersey Shore’. She recorded one of her albums with Jack Douglas (John Lennon, Aerosmith, Cheap Trick)    Amie has just been featured on radio show IWW Radio and has taken advice on her music from the host, Fred May, who’s records have now gone 1.5 million platinum. He is keen to feature Amie again on the show in a few months.    “I came across She Knows Me on the BBC Introducing uploader and I’ve picked it as BBC Sussex & BBC Surrey’s BBC Introducing Track of the Day. It’ll be played at around 3.40pm on Friday.' Melita Dennett” - Melita Dennett, BBC Introducing “Amie’s music is warm, moving, spiritual and exciting… potent tonic for the senses.” Earle Holder – Chief Mastering Engineer Hdqtrz Mastering Studios   Spotify Playlist:   Make sure you’re not missing out on all our “Rising dHarmic Stars Spotify Playlists”. We already have four (4) playlists where you can find over a hundred songs from our very own dHarmic Evolution alumni. Don’t forget to share them with your family and friends, and let the world support these fantastic indie artists! Check out the links here:   dHarmic Rising Stars: Aquila   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4loDaYF0OuWRjZeMXvEjK4   dHarmic Rising Stars: Orion   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5CnL9tl0xbU4oDh6jtJBZx   dHarmic Rising Stars: Lyra   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1ov0OqNMJmPhHrxZjsXthS   dHarmic Rising Stars: Scorpius   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5oQ4Sc4LAJSexsDgDcixt8   dHarmic Evolution links:   Stay up-to-date with our new releases! You just need to go to dharmicevolution.com and subscribe to your favourite podcast platform – there is much to choose from! Let me know what you think as well by leaving comments or reviews! And if you’re digging this show, please share it with somebody on social media or just forward it to a friend and let them join the growing community of dHarmic Evolution!   Hey, do you know someone who is suffering from anxiety and depression? Please help them out by suggesting the book “7 Steps to Mental Freedom.” It will be an excellent read for them. You can easily find it as well on the main page of the website, or you can just send them to 7stepstomentalfreedom.com.   Keep yourself updated with what’s going on with dHarmic evolution; check out our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/dharmicevolution. If you are an artist, an author, or a keynote speaker, who is trying to find a safe place to post your content, you can check out our own Facebook community page and let the world support you! Check out the link here: dHarmic Evolution Community.    Connect with Amie   Website Tiktok Youtube Twitter Special Links and Mentions DE 28 Abbey Road Studio Mark Shephard Broken Man by Amie Lou Shaw On my Mind by Amie Lou Shaw Ride On by James Kevin O’Connor Object Writing Bob Dylan Leopard music Progressive Music Management  
    8/5/2022
    58:55
  • 341. We Need a Rain Dance Today, A Soulful Prayer To Change Our Set of Circumstance
    In today’s episode, we have the master storyteller, James, who shares a fantastic story regarding how his song Rain Dance came together. He talks about the inspiration, the creativity flow, instrumentals and production. Just in case you’ve forgotten, the dHarmic Evolution is centered around discovering indie singers/songwriters before they get discovered by the mainstream. In addition, the show features authors, speakers, and thought leaders, the core culture of the dHarmic Evolution brand is built around doing for others. So strap up your seatbelts, and let’s take a ride to New Jersey on this episode of the dHarmic Evolution podcast.   As a Preview In this episode, James touches on Indian Americans. He goes on to talk about their style of faith. James also discusses his song Rain Dance, which came about as a result of a brutal heat wave and how the idea for this song came together. As you listen, get to know more about James’ first full length CD, "175 Cherry Lane" which was also self-produced. Also, learn about the Crazy Horse Memorial all on this episode of the Dharmic Evolution. Quotes I’ve always believed the American Indian is such a special breed of person. What is being an American anymore? It’s hard to put your finger on that. Because they didn’t have the same name we are using (referring to God) doesn’t mean they didn’t have faith. They had stronger faith than most cultures and revered nature so beautifully. If you don’t believe in prayer, you might think about making a gesture towards prayer, and if you put some energy and some intellectual capacity into prayer, you might get surprised and might want to do it more often.   Timestamps 03:09 What are we talking about in this episode? 03:41 Do you believe in rain dance? 05:37 Faith and the American Indian 07:02 How do we get rain? 07:23 Behind one of James’ first full-length CD tracks 09:13 Jean’s Evergreens 09:41 James’ collaboration with Drums for you 11:38 More collaborations with Drums for you 14:01 James’ song Thirteen had a full horn section 14:50 The Great Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota 19:00 175 Cherry Rain Collection: Rain Dance Plays Spotify Playlist:   Make sure you’re not missing out on all our “Rising dHarmic Stars Spotify Playlists”. We already have four (4) playlists where you can find over a hundred songs from our very own dHarmic Evolution alumni. Don’t forget to share them with your family and friends, and let the world support these fantastic indie artists! Check out the links here:   dHarmic Rising Stars: Aquila   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4loDaYF0OuWRjZeMXvEjK4   dHarmic Rising Stars: Orion   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5CnL9tl0xbU4oDh6jtJBZx   dHarmic Rising Stars: Lyra   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1ov0OqNMJmPhHrxZjsXthS   dHarmic Rising Stars: Scorpius   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5oQ4Sc4LAJSexsDgDcixt8   dHarmic Evolution links:   Stay up-to-date with our new releases! You just simply need to go to dharmicevolution.com and subscribe to your favourite podcast platform – there is a lot to choose from! Let me know what you think as well by leaving comments or reviews! And if you’re digging this show, please share it with somebody either on social media or just forward it to a friend and let them join the growing community of dHarmic Evolution!   Hey, do you know someone who is suffering from anxiety and depression? Please help them out by suggesting the book “7 Steps to Mental Freedom.” It will be a great read for them. You can easily find it as well on the main page of the website, or you can just send them to 7stepstomentalfreedom.com.   Keep yourself updated with what’s going on with dHarmic evolution; check out our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/dharmicevolution and, if you are an artist, an author, or a keynote speaker, who is trying to find a safe place to post your content to, you can check out our own Facebook community page and let the world support you! Check out the link here: dHarmic Evolution Community.  Special Links and Mentions Drums For You Robin T. Smith James’ song Thirteen Crazy Horse Memorial  
    7/22/2022
    24:08

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