Alexis reflects on her discussion with long time channel Darryl Anka and his insights from a personality he calls “Bashar.”
If you’re not familiar with the work of Bashar, note that this material spans over three decades in the area of metaphysical philosophy and has been favorably compared to the channeled material of Jane Roberts’ “Seth Material” – Tops among many in the new consciousness field.
In our initial interview with Darryl Anka, we discuss, among other things, the power of imagination and open with a compelling story about someone Darryl personally knew, who literally created and manifested a scenario out of the so-called impossible to achieve her dream, despite the incredible odds.
The way in which she did this may boggle the mind or re-awaken what we’ve always had to begin with – creative imagination! But there’s a mechanism at play here! Listen and learn…
This episode is SO worth taking in. Guaranteed you’ll be inspired to re-engage that faculty which has been too often ignored – The Imagination!
If you haven’t listened to this inspiring episode yet, we’d encourage you to do so now! If you have, then take a listen to this – Alexis’ Conscious Commentary After the Show…
About Darryl Anka and his experience of Bashar:
After experiencing two, close, broad-daylight UFO sightings, Darryl Anka began to research the subject as well as becoming familiar with an array of metaphysical topics, including channeling.
His path led him to become a channel for an extraterrestrial entity called Bashar, which is an Arabic word that means “messenger.” Darryl has channeled Bashar’s information internationally for the past 30 years, providing powerful methods by which people can change their lives in positive ways.
Bashar’s information has been published in over 20 books in the U.S. and Japan and hundreds of CD’s and DVD’s have been distributed worldwide by April Rochelle of Bashar Communications.
In addition to his channeling career, Darryl also has over 30 years of experience in miniature effects, storyboards, sets and designs on three Star Trek films, Iron Man, The Aviator, Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World’s End, I Robot, Live Free or Die Hard, and Flags of our Fathers, among several others.
Over the past 5 years, Darryl has shifted his career to writing, directing and producing and has had one feature film produced by Nu Image Entertainment, two scripts optioned by AMI Productions and the Mutual Film Company and recently shot his first film as writer-director-producer called “Dearly Departed” – A fictional documentary shot as if the crew took a camera into the afterlife and interviewed the spirits of people who’ve passed on to get their insights on life after death.
“Dearly Departed” is now completed and is being distributed online via Gaiam TV, Fastspring and Amazon. Darryl is developing a number of other feature film projects along with his wife and co-producer, Erica Jordan, at their Los Angeles production company, Zia Films and is currently in post production on a documentary about how he became a channel called “First Contact.”
Visit these web sites to learn more about the work of Darryl Anka and Bashar: