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The Forked Stick

Jan 22, 2017

Show 29 – Endless Possibility


In this show, Jeff Stockton, and John-Luke Edwards are in conversation with Meg Beeler

On this show we look out into the great and consider the possibility that invites us to be more than.


Meg is a Shamanic Guide, expertly weaves her Energy Alchemy™ and Shamanic Meditation to guide seekers like you into joyful connection, soul healing, and luminous presence.

She is the author of Weaving the Heart of the Universe into Your Life: Align to Cosmic Energy, forthcoming in 2017 from Findhorn Press, as well as Living in the Heart of the Universe.

A lifelong explorer of wholeness and consciousness, Meg traveled the world in search of traditional and shamanic wisdom. She’s been to the high mountains of the Andes and Himalayas, the savannahs of Africa, and the jungles of the Amazon and Central America.

In each place she has discovered and put into practice the joy, connection and power she shares with you through her work. Meg translates this ancient wisdom into potent practices for connecting with the power of nature and the cosmos.

Her passion is guiding you into your essence—your love, vision, and sacred power—on your path to wholeness and transformation.

Meg is a mesa carrier, ordained Minister, initiated Priestess, and Ceremonialist. As a bridge to the Andean cosmovision, she offers community despacho ceremonies, transmits the Rites of Munay-Ki, and teaches shamanic ways for bringing Eagle and Condor together in your life.

She is the founder of Earth Caretakers, dedicated to bringing to life our collective dream of a more beautiful world. Meg lives and teaches on Sonoma Mountain in the San Francisco Bay Area.




‘Cosmos’ by Vangelis is a collection of space music from early Vangelis. It is pure and graceful space music with no frills. Vangelis has an aggressive style on the synth and these compositions are pure Berlin school electronica. The atmospheres are cosmic and dynamic. The soundscapes surge with triumphant synth washes. It was released in 2002 on Double Platinum Records. Vangelis was Born on March 29, 1943 in Volos, Greece, Vangelis started writing music when he was 4 and performed his first live concert at age 6.

In the sixties, he was a founding member of Aphrodite's Child ('Rain and Tears', 'End of the World', etc.), along with Demis Roussos and Lucas Sideras.

A talented composer and musician, Vangelis is famous for composing soundtracks to films such as 'Blade Runner', 'Chariots Of Fire' and '1492: Conquest Of Paradise'.

To date, Vangelis has made over 30 albums, many of them collaborations.


‘Eagle’s Flight’ by Tiffany Lunn from her album Escapism. Tiffany Lunn is a musician and composer of Electronic Music.  Born in Stoke-on-Trent, England, she has been writing music since the age of sixteen.  Her passion is composing strong melodies, using powerful chords and an array of beautiful sounds.

To date Tiffany has composed and produced three albums - 'Escapism', 'A New Horizon' and 'Our Existence'.  Samples of all tracks can be heard on this website.  She is currently working on her fourth album, which will include the recently released songs - 'Just Run Away', 'JFK' and 'Immortal'. 

Influenced by the likes of Queen, Sting, Vangelis and Tangerine Dream, Tiffany's music is available for purchase on iTunes, Napster, Amazon and other online stores. Tiffany also performs her music live at various events.  She is particularly interested in performing at festivals, as her music is perfect for the big stage.

She is available to compose music for any kind of venture, such as Films and TV Documentaries, Computer Games, TV theme tunes, TV and Radio advertising or any other type of project.  Two of her tracks recently featured in a film called The Mothertown - a zombie-horror movie by John Williams, filmed in Stoke-on-Trent! The music is available on Apple Music and Amazon


‘Standing Rock Music’ –Indigenous Peoples of America.

Published on Dec 3, 2016

Pray with protectors of sacred land at Standing Rock. #NoDAPL

Indigenous People Of America