above: Part 1 of the video interview
Big thank you to author, athlete and coach Matt Belair of Zen Athlete and the Master Mind, Body & Spirit podcast for having me over to a wide-ranging conversation that is now up on YouTube in two video segments.
Those two video segments can be seen by following the links below:
Part 1 (run-time is 2 hours)
Part 2 (run-time is 8 minutes and 55 seconds)
Those videos are also embedded on this page, with Part 1 at the top of the page and Part 2 at the bottom of the page.
Because it was a video interview, I took the opportunity to show some visual charts and diagrams to help illustrate the concepts.
While some of the myths and explanations may be familiar to those who have seen or heard other interviews, there is also some material which you might not have heard me discuss before -- and, most importantly, every interviewer has different interests and different places that he or she wants to go during the conversation, so I'm sure you'll agree that this conversation with Matt Belair will bring out some different angles that have not been discussed in other videos or podcasts.
Also, special welcome to anyone visiting this site for the first time after learning about it from this interview with Matt! I hope you will take the time to explore the world of the ancient mythology that forms a precious inheritance for each culture on our planet and which preserves profound wisdom for our benefit and blessing. I am convinced that we can hear their message more readily when we listen to them in the language that they are actually speaking -- and I am equally convinced that the language they are speaking is an esoteric language and a metaphorical language, and that it is a celestial language, one that is built upon the heavenly cycles and motions of the sun, the moon, the visible planets, and the stars.
My primary website at starmythworld.com contains links to dozens of videos, myth discussions, previous podcasts, and other material -- and the blog itself is fully searchable and now numbers over 1,000 entries.
Below are a few helpful links to previous posts containing further discussion on some of the subjects that came up during this interview with Matt, including:
I hope that you will enjoy this conversation with Matt Belair, and if this is your first time visiting this site, I hope that you will stop by often!
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This video interview was recorded on December 21st, 2017.
below: Part 2 of the video interview