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The Freedom Place Podcast: Interviews on esoteric spirituality, Gnosis, Dzogchen, Vjarayana, Alchemy and more with the adept t.k.

Welcome to the The Freedom Place podcast! This is a platform for distributing interviews with and teachings of Traktung Khepa.

Spiritual adept, visionary, poet, farmer, Traktung Khepa is an American-born sage who has taught students in America, Europe, and Cuba since 1990. For 30 years he has guided Tsogyelgar, a contemplative community outside Ann Arbor, Michigan. Equally able to explore the most esoteric aspects and methods of the Tantric path or discuss Existentialism, Santeria, Alchemy, Political Philosophy, or Art History, t.k.’s style of teaching is immediate and relevant.

t.k’s lifelong passion for exploring spiritual traditions and life’s meaning has seamlessly melded with his profound realization accomplished through the non-monastic Tantric path. The Adept Thinley Norbu Rinpoche repeatedly encouraged him to share his wisdom and realization to, “Help Westerners clarify the inner meanings of Tantra without distortions.”

Listener Questions #1

Welcome to the ninth episode of The Freedom Place podcast featuring interviews with American-born sage, Traktung Khepa. I'm your host, Greg Kaminsky. For more information about t.k. and his work, visit https://www.TraktungKhepa.com.

In this interview, t.k. answers three questions sent in by a listener of the podcast. We'd love to make listener questions a regular feature, so to have t.k. answer your questions in an upcoming episode, please send them to me, Greg Kaminsky, via Facebook Messenger, or email them to info@tsogyelgar.org.

The three questions answered today are:

1. If the theistic concept of God is wrong, what is holding Being in place?

2. If the theistic concept of God is wrong, how can you explain cause and effect?

3. Would you talk more about how the emptiness discovered in meditation is not a mere nothingness, nor a nihilist materialist version of emptiness?

The intro music is "Devotion" by David Modica and the outro music is "Six Questions - You Can Go Where You Please" by Honey Rain.