What an honor, doing an interview for Rick Archer’s video collection of Enlightened people who can talk a lot. It was so different from the 995 media interviews I had done before. Click here to see it.
By comparison, it was way easier to be interviewed by Diane Rehm or Thom Hartmann or even Steve Doocy; reporters for the L.A. Times, The Seattle Times, The Washington Times, The Washington Post, The Catholic Standard.
It was even easier to be interviewed about Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart, and then be spoofed in a segment on “The Colbert Report.” Because those interviews were about face reading, aura reading, or Empath Empowerment skills, not really me, and definitely not about the tender topic of growth of consciousness.
Granted, Rick and I did discuss these aspects of Deeper Perception. But initially he asked about my personal story.
Awkwardly for me, this was the first interview where I was asked about myself. You’ll see me subdued at first, between figuring out where to look at the webcam and wondering what to tell Rick Archer, who interviews one Enlightened person at a time.
This wasn’t my chance to help people in the usual ways, not this interview for “Buddha at the Gas Pump.” I was on the spot, doing Enlightenment coaching directly, rather than the usual indirectly. Among other things, it was my first chance to mention “Householder Enlightenment” in an interview.
Hours flew by, nearly three of them. Actually, Rick and I talked for nearly four hours straight. (It was his longest interview to date, he said by the end.)
At Rick’s site, you can see the full interview in one ambitious watch — or download it as a podcast. Alternatively, of course, you can stop and watch different chunks later.
Afterwards, you can comment. You could also copy any comment and put it here, as well. Or vice versa. Advice for commenting can be found below at Comment 20.
I would appreciate this. Many of the folks at Rick’s website do the very harsh, insulting thing with comments that one sees a lot on the Internet… pretty far away from the civil and respectful culture here.
Yet one more reason to be grateful for you Blog-Buddies, and the community we create together!