Thomas Atum O’Kane – Pilgrimage of Incarnation

What is your soul dream? How will you greet death at the end of your time here and what purpose will you have created with your life? We’re diving into some big questions this week, with a new friend and special guest, Thomas Atum O’Kane. Atum is the founder of the Spiritual Guidance Wisdom School, teaching inter-faith programs with a background in Christian, Jewish and Buddhist faith traditions, and leading people on an inward journey of exploration and spiritual discernment. We talked about a couple different books in this episode. Here are the links to check them out if you’re interested. The first one we thought was “Nothing Left Unsaid”, but the correct title was actually “The Rainbow Comes and Goes”, by Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt. The second book was “Love At Work” by Brady Wilson.

3 responses to “Thomas Atum O’Kane – Pilgrimage of Incarnation”

  1. Chandra says:

    Thank You enormously for this podcast ! Atum was my Teacher, my Guide in my early days of being in the Sufi Order – starting back in 1976…. Is there a transcript of this podcast ? I would dearly love to have one, if possible.
    Hearing this podcast has occurred ‘at the right time.’ Thank You again !

    • Ben says:

      Hi Chandra,

      Thank you so much for your comments. I am so glad that you found this and that it came at the right time. Atum was such an inspiring person to meet and talk with. I am certain he left a large impact on you and anyone else who has studied with him. We do not have transcripts of any of the podcast episodes, unfortunately. But thank you again for listening. I hope you find some of our other episodes interesting also, and we’d love it if you shared Atum’s episode with anyone you think would be interested in hearing it.

      Take care, and Namaste 🙏


  2. Patricia Ross says:

    excellent podcast. Really impactful. Thank you

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