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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Episode 119: Speaking A Creative Journal With The Self BuddTalk's Podcast

Last summer I wrote a book in ten days, self-edited and published in 21 days. In this episode of BuddTalk's I'm breaking down two conversations I have in chapter one between myself, ego, and my path. An Eye Between My Haiku is book one of my creative journaling series. It showcases the meditative mind of Budd, expresses the chaotic roots of a journey, and raw writing in its beginning. -BuddIG: BuddWritesFacebook: TheDigestTwitter: @BuddHansenVDwww.VehicleDigest.netVehicleDigest, LLC
  1. Episode 119: Speaking A Creative Journal With The Self
  2. Episode 117: Listening Above The Uncertainty Of White-Noise
  3. Episode 115: Chaos Driven, Order Inspired!
  4. Episode 113: How Migraines Brought Me To Lucid Dream
  5. Episode 111: Attracting Others Through A Spiritual Journey

On The Latest of BuddTalk’s Podcast!

Episode 113: How Migraines Brought Me To Lucid Dream! LISTEN ON iTunes…

Growing up with migraines I’d learn to sit and sleep through the throbbing pain. Experiencing these excruciating headaches vivid dreams along with my wild imagination would follow.

Listen in on how I turned it around through health and meditation. 

Thanks for listening!

-Budd

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Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, Budd writes to encourage readers to explore the depths of their inner ocean, an unexplored self, because its fun once you get through the emotional part... “The world around us is our vehicle, what you'll read is how I digest it.” -Budd

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