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Laughter in the City: A Guide to Las Vegas Comedy Nights

Las Vegas, a city that sparkles with an array of entertainment options, holds a special place for comedy lovers. From iconic stand-up venues to intimate

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On Losing My Dad | Excerpt From The VPZD Show Ep. 32

On loss, regret, grief, gratitude, and the unexplainably transcendent. Thank you for all you taught me Dad ❤️ Here are all the episodes over the

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Sunday Zen, LIVE

We dive into the nature of thoughts, and SPOILER ALERT: they’re nothing more than cosmic graffiti. The real deal is what we DO with them…

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Your Awakening Will Never Fit THEIR Mold, Here’s Why.

The spiritual journey is complex, unique, and perfectly YOURS. The post Your Awakening Will Never Fit THEIR Mold, Here’s Why. appeared first on ZDoggMD. Source

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Is Suffering Your Attention’s Cry For Help? (from Facebook LIVE)

Could suffering be nothing more than a wake up call?   Originally streamed to Facebook live back in February and released for supporters-only on YouTube,

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No-Nonsense Spirituality (w/Britt Hartley)

What happens when organized religion falls away but atheism feels like a long dark night of the nihilistic soul?  Brittney Hartley has a Masters Degree

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Force Friday w/Doc Vader

Doc Vader storms Studio Z, unleashing complaints about legal troubles, tight scrubs, and revealing the surprising truth about space cancer! The post Force Friday w/Doc

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Ask Z Anything (From Instagram LIVE)

Could uncovering your true nature be the secret sauce to fixing this broken system? The post Ask Z Anything (From Instagram LIVE) appeared first on

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Down The Reality Rabbit Hole (w/David Mc Donald)

The nature of reality is paradoxically more complex AND more simple than the thinking mind can imagine 🤯 The post Down The Reality Rabbit Hole

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This Can Feel Truly Terrible, And That’s OK (Sunday Zen, LIVE)

Think the awakening journey is all unicorns and rainbows? Think again. The post This Can Feel Truly Terrible, And That’s OK (Sunday Zen, LIVE) appeared