Episode 95

“Jonathan Livingston Seagull” is one of those books that I’ve seen my whole life, but never actually picked up. I always thought it was a kids’ book. And it kind of is – it’s definitely assigned in a lot of schools. But many adults claim it as an all-time favorite. It’s often cited as the book that starts people on spiritual journeys. Today I am delighted to welcome poet, actress, and podcaster Sonia Iris Lozada to talk about this famously tiny but profound book.

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Guest: Sonia Iris Lozada
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Discussed in this episode
Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach
Follow: Akashic Dreaming Through Time by Sonia Iris Lozada
The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer
Inspire Me: Raw by Sonia Iris Lozada
The John Pilate Mystery Series by J. Alexander Greenwood

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