Unlike most spiritual podcasts I’ve heard, hers are imminently listenable. She tells stories…all in compelling, sly, and compassionate tones and gentle humor.
West Orange, NJ (PRWEB) February 10, 2006
On the crowded and sometimes dizzying information highway, there’s a rest stop where visitors can pour themselves a cup of tea and unwind with singer-songwriter and playful self-help maven Alice Marie. In her 10-15-minute weekly podcasts, she tells synchronicity-filled stories, recommends inspiring books like “The Joy Diet” and “The Artist’s Way,” sings motivational mantras, and raves about the healing powers of tea -- all in a voice that soothes even the most caffeinated of overachievers.
The New Jersey-based artist with two critically-acclaimed albums on iTunes and CDBaby.com also laughs a lot at her own dry humor and un-guru-like behavior. She invites listeners to correspond with her through http://www.AliceMarie.net and her page on the ever-popular MySpace. And true to her promise, she writes back.
Show titles have included “Gratitude Rampage” and “Hey, Who Moved My Chi’?” in which she reveals how her husband received a check for thousands in overdue royalties immediately after cleaning out a file cabinet.
Drawing on her print and TV journalism background, she has interviewed renowned author and expert on rituals Barbara Biziou and plans to feature other spiritually-inclined guests regularly, including award-winning musician Jo Davidson, whose episode airs February 22.
Since the inception of the month-old podcast, fans of the show have dusted off their gratitude journals, bought the recommended books, and cleaned out kitchen drawers with renewed gusto.
Singer-songwriter Crystin Byrd typifies many responses to the show with, “I feel all warm and loved. Her voice is so calming, like a friend I've known forever.” Valerie Reiss, editor for Lime.com and former articles editor for Breathe magazine agrees: “Unlike most spiritual podcasts I’ve heard, hers are imminently listenable. She tells stories…all in compelling, sly, and compassionate tones and gentle humor.”
Therein lies the charm of Let’s Get Metaphysical: its warmth, intimacy, and conversational tone. Just you, Alice Marie, and a pot of tea. And the infinite “possibiliteas” she encourages listeners to explore within themselves.
Let’s Get Metaphysical subscriptions are available at iTunes through this link: http://www.AliceMarie.net/podcast/
Archives and subscription information for other podcast aggregators are available on the Podcast page of http://www.AliceMarie.net.
February 2006 is Podcast Month at PRWeb. This press release distributed by PRWeb, the Online Visibility Company.