For the most part, I really enjoy this podcast and find many of the episodes chock-full of wise and useful information. The only problem I've had so far, in listening to many episodes, is the spiritual elitism that somehow creeps in. I was really turned off in one episode in particular where there was a lot of really pompous talk about how disgusting it is when someone eats McDonald's, what a turnoff that is in terms of date-ability. I have to tell you, as an active member of a couple of 12-Step programs, some of the finest, loveliest, most spiritually grounded and spiritually mature people I know puff cigarettes, drink loads of coffee, and eat f'ing donuts and McDonalds. I myself do not do these things, and I do not argue that abstinence from these sort of vices is arguably healthier for individuals and certainly for the planet. I also honor people who do not want to date or marry people who smoke, eat meat, etc. But this idea that people are more spiritually advanced if they don't do these things is really tired, and actually what turns a lot of mainstream people off to the spiritual life. Nobody wants to be patronized or condescended to. But! Other than that the sex talk is very juicy and I like the podcast!
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