Howdie Mickoski is the author of the recently published Falling For Truth: A Spiritual Death And Awakening. Howdie approached me some years ago with a book manuscript comparing the teachings of Richard Rose to alchemy, Native American traditions, ancient Egyptian wisdom, Carlos Castaneda, and the story of his own spiritual path. I couldn’t resist agreeing to publish it.
In this short but fascinating interview, Howdie Mickoski and I touch upon those topics and more. Please note that we recorded this interview on Skype, so there is video available on YouTube if you feel compelled to stare at our talking heads for 45 minutes.
For more of Howdie Mickoski, check out his interview with Iain McNay on Conscious TV.
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Selected Links and Notes from this Episode:
- The confusion that can result from having a death experience.
- Knowing that it is okay to die.
- How Howdie developed the practice of recapitulation from Carlos Castenada. In part, Victor Sanchez’s The Toltec Path of Recapitulation: Healing Your Past to Free Your Soul explained how to do it.
- What does alchemy have to do with “going within” and the spiritual path?
- The Mutus Liber illustrations.
- Lessons on commitment and patience from Native American teachings.
- Exploration of ancient Egyptian spirituality and its focus on taking people through death.
- Reach Howdie Mickoski at Egyptian Wisdom Revealed.
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