About

Zach Leary is the host of both the “It’s All Happening with Zach Leary” podcast and “The MAPS Podcast.” These shows have carved out a place for Zach that has him down as one of the most thought provoking, intelligent and insightful podcasters in the medium.

Zach is also a blogger/writer, a futurist, spiritualist and is a sought after speaker on the festival and conference circuit. Additionally, he has a long history and career as a digital strategist and technology consultant.

Zach’s passion for encouraging the growth of the spiritual heart within the self stems from his background as a practitioner of Bhakti Yoga as experienced through some of the methods found in Northern India. Through the practice of Bhakti Yoga he has found keys that allow the soul to experience it’s true nature of being eternal, full of knowledge and full of bliss. In addition to Bhakti Yoga, Zach’s spiritual journey has been influenced by other methods and traditions including trans-humanism, buddhism, mantra, mediation and psychedelic consciousness.

At the core of all of Zach’s work is the belief that we have been fused together by the collective adoption of technology to expand our species imagination with our ongoing thirst for spirituality and mysticism as a way to define the very nature of who we are.

For a (not) comprehensive list of Podcast appearances please visit this page.

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Sat Chit Ananda (how I view being alive)

It’s better to see God in everything than to try to figure it out. – Neem Karoli Baba

The intellect is a beautiful servant, but a terrible master. Intellect is the power tool of our separateness. The intuitive, compassionate heart is the doorway to our unity.

-Ram Dass

It has been said that democracy is the worst form of government except all the others that have been tried.

-Winston Churchill

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