Discover healthy, natural and expansive ways to stay sane, stimulated and strong doing ‘life’.

Rediscovering the wisdom of your heart and listening to the knowing in your cells, you reconnect with what’s authentic and feels like home. Your inner Godliness. When you fully remember you’re a creative playful expression of the Divine, how can you not be in awe of (and love with) thee?

On The FarOut Show, explore diverse self-care approaches, often neglected amidst modern chaos. Embrace joy-for-no-reason, as we know your inner bliss radiates luminous positivity. (And what batter way to creatively imagine [y]our future?) In our expansive Self-love episodes, discover strategies illuminating your life, igniting passion, and lightening your load.

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Fear and Healing: Navigating Cancer Holistically

Fear and Healing: Navigating Cancer Holistically

Explore illness complexities on the FarOut Show as Abheeru unveils prevalent cancer fear. Drawing from his 7-year journey, he emphasises fear’s impact on mind and body. Abheeru advocates a positive, authentic life amid health challenges. Please note, our show offers insights, not medical advice. Always consult a healthcare professional for personalised guidance.

Holistic Recovery: Insights on Overcoming Addiction

Holistic Recovery: Insights on Overcoming Addiction

Abheeru explores the concept of addiction, encompassing not just substance use but repetitive patterns in thoughts and actions seeking momentary relief from stress, and highlights society’s tendency to stigmatise certain addictions while overlooking others like workaholism or stress.

When You Choose, Life Responds: Dealing with Fear, Cancer and Addiction

When You Choose, Life Responds: Dealing with Fear, Cancer and Addiction

In this fascinating and profound podcast conversation, the first of three, Abheeru shares insights on the limitations of traditional learning experiences, having lived through both drug addiction and 7 years of cancer. He emphasises the necessity of developing trust and relaxation to overcome attachments to fear. Abheeru discusses the brain’s functional aspects, highlighting the underutilisation of the frontal brain in modern Western society and the significance of cultivating endorphins for a shift towards pleasure and self-respect. He stresses the gradual progression required to embody and live out transformative understandings, acknowledging that the process may take time or even an extended period. Abheeru shares his direct experience in small, private groups in northern Italy.