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October 20, 2020

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Gabriel Meyer: Stretching Identity

Inside us there is something that has no name, that something is what we are.

– Jose Saramago –

Gabriel Meyer: Stretching Identity

“It’s simple. The deepest stuff is the simplest stuff. You don’t have to be complicated to be deep. You have to be simple to be deep. That’s when you really connect. There are no intermediates in the neural reality. There’s nobody. There’s not like an agent between you and God. There are no booking agents for that. That’s direct, you know?” Through his music, storytelling and more, sacred activist Gabriel Meyer Halevy conjures cross-cultural bridges across the world. He shares more from his one-of-a-kind journey in this interview. { read more }

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Listen to some of Gabriel’s music and learn more about his work here. { more }

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