Episode 057– Sanar, Halloween, Cranky Ghosts and Bruce Hilliard
With Sanar, the interview experience is always somewhere between scary and funny, folklore and science, evil and good and this time, no agenda. This is a first for the Better Each Day Podcast Radio Show that steers way off course to cover topics that range like dream after eating a trick or treat bag full of Goobers, Whoppers, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Camel Balls with a Hershey's Tooth Glue chaser. And yes, these are all legit candy handles.
Listen and marvel at the creative Milk Dud induced pontification including but not limited to Tocata in D Minor, healing, malevolent spirits, prison, smells in the attic, good and evil, Hitler having issues, multiple lifetimes, being strong and dealing with cranky spirits, the unexplained, happy dolphins, the studio, Beatle nerds, my John Lennon t-shirt, treats with Eddie Munster at 1313 Mockingbird Lane and tricks with the Great Pumpkin at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, and finally Sanar declining to run for president.
That's a night's work and more than the sound effects guy could deal with.
As stated, Sanar is a Sensitive, as opposed to a Psychic. She was born with and developed an unusual empathy for reaching out to not only you and me but passed souls. Her work with the living is in the personal development arena where she assists others in what she calls "removing the layers of past experiences that block the pathway of the soul to reveal the passion, power and possibility of the true self."
Sanar and I met in person at my studio and recorded a two part conversation focusing on a story that...well listen and hear for yourself. I was honored to have her sitting and facing me in flesh and blood because it made the fore-mentioned sensitivity much stronger than phone, Skype, emails and texting and all of the via-satellite-media we use daily. Despite her life setbacks, she is what I call a "happy medium" and a person that cares deeply about others. When I listened back to the interview I realized how much life there is in a conversation about death. Despite the fact that scary ghosts sell more movie tickets, there's a little Casper the Friendly Ghost in us all.