The Invisible Room Podcast for Exploring the Unknown

The Invisible Room Podcast for Exploring the Unknown

Published by: John Lentz: spiritual explorer
80 Episodes | First Released: Apr 15 '17
This experiential podcast offers listeners who are cultivating an inner life the opportunity to explore the deepest questions of existence about reality, God, spirit, enlightenment, self, love, and human evolution, and for the adventurous to learn how to approach planes of existence beyond the earth, all from within one's personal consciousness.
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soughtandfound
Jun 11
Rating:   10
A true gift!

I recently discovered this podcast, and I am delighted to say that I have dozens to listen to before I catch up. The episodes are sometimes unsettling, sometimes baffling, sometimes poetic and charming, but always authentic and enlightening. This podcast is a valuable offering that will nourish many “long distance thinkers” along the way.David

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@3850
Jan 20 '18
Rating:   10
Invisible Room Podcast

Beyond excellent! For the spiritual seeker, The Invisible Room Podcast is a 21st century invitation to explore the mystery of our life and beyond. Religions, philosophies, esoteric teachings and oral traditions universally send us inward for answers. John’s creation of The Invisible Room, located within each and every one of us, is our “home base”. It is from here we begin and end our journeys of Self discovery. John is a seasoned traveller, well educated and refreshingly humble. His gentle demeanor and egoless presentations illustrate for us the inevitable questions that arise in the mind, the pitfalls that appear along the journey, and always the underlying Love that permeates ALL.The beauty of this podcast is that it continues to unfold...I recommend this to anyone who has wondered if... “there is more to this life than I am experiencing”. Here is an opportunity to find out. Ruth

Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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johnrlentz
Apr 21 '17
Rating:   10
From the Creator of this Podcast

I give this podcast a five star review not just because I wish it to be successful but because I believe in it down to the depths of my being. Listens have the opportunity to experience inner spaces outside the mind where the infinite field of being stirs eternally within itself. Not just a belief or a theological statement, but an experience, should one be open to that kind of exploration. Check out the websites. Explore. Let me know.

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