[audio] #54 Fridge Rattling, Scientology, TM Meditation & Life

February 4, 2014

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Lemme tell you what i’m talking about in the podcast (spoiler: mostly about myself).

In this episode, I’m talking about:
– maintenance guy knocking on my door, surprising a naked guy sitting on his couch!
– my fridge rattling & humming
– the time in college when i filled out a personality test & to be tricked into going to a scientology introduction meeting
– spending $960 this past saturday to learn transcendental meditation, in what seems like scam but really works
– losing -55lbs since october 2013 but still feeling regular.
– various other topics like psychiatrists, taking paxil + wellbutrin, therapists, reiki, acupuncture, psychedelics & various other tools that I’ve tried to be happy

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