This week, I am deeply honored to be bringing you the voice of Jeff Kober on the How To Speak Your Truth podcast. Jeff is a meditation teacher and one of my greatest mentors. In this episode we talk about the Vedic definitions of truth and desire, and the question of how to find fulfillment in our lives (hint: no seeking required). After the conversation I thought to myself: “Well, Jeff answered our big question… we understand what truth is now, so I suppose I can stop recording episodes of this show!” All jokes aside, this episode is a profound download on the nature of consciousness and the truth of our being. Join us to experience the fulfillment that you already are.
Jeff Kober’s website with information about his meditation, acting, and photography.
Jeff teaches meditation courses in Los Angeles which you can learn more about here.
Here’s a good article explaining the Vedas.
If you want to learn Vedic Meditation, there is unfortunately no central website to search for teachers in your area. However, to learn online I highly recommend my friend Emily Fletcher, who was my first meditation teacher and has since developed her own method, the Ziva Technique. Check out Emily’s online course here and read Emily’s best-selling book, “Stress Less, Accomplish More” here. (Please note these are affiliate links).
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