METTA HOUR PODCAST – Episode 60 – Real Love Series – Rosanne Cash


For the tenth episode of the Real Love Podcast Series, Sharon sits down with Rosanne Cash for a fascinating conversation about the intersection between love, creativity and music. Rosanne is a grammy award winning musician and singer/songwriter, and the eldest daughter of Johnny Cash. In their conversation, they discuss the healing power of music, and the role that love and mindfulness play on stage while performing. Recorded live in New York, NY at the Rubin Museum as  part of their “World is Sound” exhibit. This podcast is the tenth episode of a weekly REAL LOVE PODCAST SERIES.

The Real Love Podcast Series is a special series on the Metta Hour featuring a variety of conversations with some of the world’s finest thinkers and teachers exploring Sharon’s new book “Real Love: The Art of Mindful Connection“. Real Love a field guide for anyone seeking awakened living in the 21st century – regardless of age, race, gender, ethnicity or status. The book explores love is three different arena in life: love of oneself, love of an other, and love for all of life. Real Love is now available to order in hardcover, ebook and audiobook format.

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  • Karen Brooks

    Great interview with Rosanne Cash, Sharon!! Really appreciated the short talks about a number of scenarios where we deal with real obstacles against embodying the Real Love in our lives. I never thought of doing something creative with my alter ego selves, my critical ‘committee’. i think this is a good assignment at this time. Thanks, again. much love. Cheers and mazeltov.

  • Beatriz Blum

    What a beautiful dynamic! I especially like the various examples of creating though, from, and with vulnerability. The meditations were deep for me. Thank you. I give Real Love to clients, friends, and family that i wish to support.
    Namaste, Beatriz Blum, LMFT & Quantum Coach

  • Molly Krochalk

    As a ceramic artist, this podcast was especially poignant for me. It was interesting to hear about the intersection of mindfulness and the artistic process. I was actually working on a sculpture while listening. Now I have even more of a reason to practice since I can alos possibly change my DNA 🙂 Thank you.


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