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On this episode of the Far Out with Faust podcast, we meet the effervescent healing channel and light scribe artist, May Levy. After a profound kundalini awakening, May learned she has the power to heal herself and others through energy channeling and art.
But it didn’t start out that way.
May was born in Houston, Texas, and moved to Israel when she was 9. After a required stint in the Israeli military, she traveled the world as a talented documentary photographer based in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Two devastating failures — one, a get-rich pancake business and another, a relationship implosion — primed May for a radical change in consciousness. Hear her describe the incredible kundalini awakening that left her open to explore what she understood to be her true destiny.
Learn how May’s mother healed her thyroid condition with YouTube and water. Hint: it’s got everything to do with binaural beats.
Now based in art-and-energy-centered Nevada City, California (have you heard what Edgar Cayce said about this place?), May says she purged her body of destructive energy and learned that she is an incredibly powerful, multidimensional being.
Exactly how did she learn this? By watching TV, of course. Specifically, FOF (friend of Faust) Reuben Langdon’s Interviews with Extra Dimensionals on Gaia. Longtime fans will recognize a bevy of big-time channels from these inspiring episodes, including Micheila Sheldan (Faust’s very first podcast guest) and Rob Gauthier (episode 21, who channels everyone’s favorite reptilian, Treb).
May was inspired to let the energy flow: automatic writing, sacred geometry, overtone singing and light language mysteriously emerged. Find out why May calls it her “Stranger Things moment.”
Faust calls this the magic of being in the zone, fanning out on Gandalf, the beloved wizard (aka channel) from JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings. You guessed it: a shout out to the wonders of @drjoedispenza isn’t far behind.
So let’s talk about how to get into that zone: stop procrastinating, start meditating. Bad meditator? Nah — there’s truly no such thing. We’ll explain.
May has no idea how it all works — and it doesn’t matter. Her artwork is spellbinding and incredible. The more she trusts, the better it flows. But don’t take our word for it. Take a look at her incredible portfolio in the links below.
Stick around till the end…you’re gonna want to hear her advice for the world. Spoiler: failure is your friend — May tells you why.
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