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Donny Cates (God Country, Heavy Metal) talks about his insane and highly inspirational journey into comic book stardom.
     
A live episode of the DTFH recorded at the Bellhouse in Brooklyn. Opening music by Emil Amos (Holy Sons, OM) and a dive into the depths of Buddhism and meditation with Buddhist teacher and author David Nichtern
Dr. Peterson is a clinical psychologist and a professor at the University of Toronto. He’s the author of the book “Maps Of Meaning The Architecture Of Belief.” We talk about his outspoken stance on Canadian bill c16, a musically induced mystical experience he had one night, and ways to find meaning in the pain of existence. One of my favorite episodes ever.
     
Duncan reveals insider info regarding sub-par episodes and Derek and Duncan talk about Jesus Christ Superstar and the importance of surrender...
     
Tait Fletcher (Westworld, Pirate Life Radio) returns to the DTFH and we talk about his ascent into the world of action movies, sobriety, and the world of giving back.
Buddhist teacher, author, and Emmy award winner David Nichtern joins the DTFH and we talk about the buddhist wheel of life.
     
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