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We Should Be Working Podcast episode 10 - Cuddle Parties, Astral Projection, and Lucid Dreaming

Cuddle Parties, Astral Projection, and Lucid Dreaming | WSBW 10

Episode 10 of We Should Be Working! Zach and Jeff talk shop, web design, and motion graphics meetups. Zach asks Jeff about his Cuddle Party experiences in Austin in 2016. Then they talk about astral projection, lucid dreaming, and out of body experiences. It was a great conversation you don’t want to miss!

Find Us:

🎙️ Podcast Website: https://we-should-be-working.simplecast.com
🖥️ Jeff’s Website: https://jefffinley.org
📺 Jeff’s YouTube: https://youtube.com/jeff_finley
🐠 Zach’s Website: https://fightingfish.studio

Links Referenced in this Episode:

🧑‍💻 Jeff’s post: Website Redesign – Is WordPress Still Good?
🐠 Zach’s Studio Website
💕 Samantha Hess – Professional Cuddler
🎙️ Jeff’s Podcast with Samantha Hess
🤗 Samantha Hess – CuddleUpToMe
📚 Book: Beyond Cuddle Party by Monique Darling
🌟 Monique Darling, Everyday Tantra
🤗 Cuddlist – Professional Cuddling Certification
💬 Relating Games
🧘 Orgasm Inc – The Cult of OneTaste
🔒 The Vow (NXVIVM Cult)
💫 Betty Martin – The Wheel of Consent
🌌 Jeff’s Personal Guide to Astral Projection
📚 Book: Journeys Out of the Body by Robert Monroe
🎬 Waking Life movie
🌌 Book: Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self
WordPress Speed Build Challenge
🤲 Why We Pick Our Skin (Animated Short)
🗓️ Colorado Motion Meetup
🎨 Greyscale Gorilla (Resources for 3D Artists and Animators)
🎓 School of Motion
🍺 Ratio Beerworks

Episode Summary:

During this part of the conversation, Jeff and Zach discuss their experiences with web design and the challenges they face in creating and maintaining their websites. They also touch on the topic of physical touch and intimacy, including Jeff’s experience with cuddle parties and the importance of safe spaces for exploring touch and healing from trauma. In this part of the conversation, Jeff Finley discusses his experiences with attending events related to personal growth, sexuality, and astral projection. He reflects on the potential for cult-like dynamics in these communities and emphasizes the importance of consent and trusting one’s own feelings. He also shares his experiences with astral projection and the blurred boundaries between the dream realm and the astral realm. Jeff describes the process of astral projection and the potential for false awakenings and parallel realities. In this final part of the conversation, Jeff shares his personal experiences with astral projection and how it has transformed his perception of reality. He discusses how he overcame his fear of sleep paralysis and night terrors through meditation and observation. Jeff also explores the purpose of astral projection and the profound sense of exploration and self-discovery it offers. The conversation concludes with a discussion on the impact of night terrors on Jeff’s life and the potential influence of different environments on astral projection experiences.

Chapters:

00:00 Intro and Web Design Chat
12:16 Work Updates
17:00 Jeff’s “Cuddle” and “Sex Party” Adventures
40:58 Jeff’s Astral Projection Adventures
1:12:44 Inspirations of the Week

Jeff Finley
Jeff Finley

Jeff is a graphic artist, designer, musician, writer, and mystic with a passion for truth and personal growth. He's the author of Wake Up, Maker/Mistaker, and Thread's Not Dead, as well as the creator of Starseed Supply Co. Learn more about him here.

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