Within the next several weeks, we extend our journey towards greater health, happiness and world-saving by introducing the Karma Sense Wellness Foodcast. The Foodcast joins the battle in a never-ending struggle for truth, justice and the love of food.
When I say “love” I mean it in the true sense of the word. One that involves intense feelings, respect and appreciation. Today, many people think they “love” food, but it’s really lust.
Below you’ll find a link to the premier episode of the Karma Sense Wellness Foodcast. It’s only a few minutes and it includes a short ad in the front (because I have to pay the bills somehow).
If you enjoy it, you can subscribe on BlogTalkRadio, iTunes, Stitcher or TuneIn. You can also stay in the loop the way you normally stay in touch. I’ll post new episodes on this page and through social media. You can listen directly on those outlets.
Please be patient in this process. I’ve never done anything like this before. I’m self-funded and self-produced (with some generous support from the folks at BlogTalkRadio. Furthermore, although I’ve been told I have a face for radio, I’ve also been told I have the voice for a silent monastery. Meanwhile, Mrs. H tells me I don’t do the silent thing so well either. This is a long way of me saying that things may seem awkward at the start but I’ll get better at it. Or I’ll flame out.
As Neil Young said, “It’s better to burn out than it is to rust.” He also said ‘My My Hey Hey” but I suppose that’s not really relevant.
When the Internet Lords are cooperating, there is a player widget for the teaser below. I’m having technical problems with it and I’m working with the vendor to fix them. If you don’t see it, you can always find the latest episode in the Foodcasts section on this site. The Foodcasts section should be over on the right-hand side of this page if you’re looking at this on a large screen. If you’re looking at this on a Smartphone or small screen, scroll to the bottom and you’ll find it. Also, you can go to BlogTalkRadio, iTunes,Stitcher or TuneIn.
For those of you feeling magnanimous (which I believe is a very large word that means “pity”), give me a review on one of those aforementioned listening platforms.
And if you have any problems, let me know. But if those problems include a desire to have a better relationship with food, just start listening.