When his young daughter faced a rare form of cancer as a baby, Jim Rajan turned his family’s life upside down for the sole purpose of finding a way to help her survive. He left a high-profile career that included working for MTV U.K., and moved his family to Spain, where his daughter recovered and Jim built a life on discipline, enlightenment and service.
In the latest episode of the Make Meaning Podcast, Jim speaks with host Lynne Golodner about how difficult it was to leave a creative industry to infuse his life with more meaning. “If I’m not living my truth, I am wasting my life,” he says. “I needed a more spiritual way of living, more connected to self and the world.”
A musician and music producer, Jim now offers distance healing workshops, chants and meditates daily, and teaches others to listen to the powerful voice within.
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In this episode, Lynne and Jim discuss:
- Kundalini yoga
- Sound healing
- Taking action
- Living a disciplined life
- Finding coherence in everything you doo
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Coming up next on the Make Meaning Podcast: Lynne interviews Eric Hale, the first African-American man to be named Texas Teacher of the Year, who made a career pivot at age 30 to educate the youngest learners in the most challenged communities.
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