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Review: Gaia TV

Have you ever found yourself scrolling through Hulu or Netflix with nothing to watch as frustrating boredom starts to overcome your very existence at your pathetic attempt to entertain yourself to no avail? If you said “No”, it’s ok, you can stop lying to yourself.

We’ve all been there.

Well, you might as well add another $10 to your monthly online streaming budget because when times strike hard and where Hulu and Netflix WILL fail you, I can guarantee you Gaia won’t.

Gaia TV is an online streaming service which offers the largest resource of consciousness-expanding content.

Disclaimer:

The Gaia streaming TV online service has a plethora of programs which may challenge and call into question a lot if not most of what you thought was “truth” or “believed” for most of your life, BUT I can promise you it will also re-enforce a lot of what you already instinctively KNEW to be true about the world and reality in general.

To understand what I mean by that, you’ll have to register and cherry pick some of the programs for yourself. As I said, there’s plenty to choose from, and Gaia has topics and categories you can search for that suite your tastes.

Level One: Looking Down the Rabbit Hole

Everyone has their own specific interests, but some of the “lighter” shows I would personally recommend to begin with are “Wisdom Teachings with David Wilcock” and “Missing Links with Gregg Braden”. These programs start off light, combining some new age science with spiritual concepts and breaking ideas down in a way that is understandable for people of all backgrounds.

My light recommendations for people new to Gaia TV

Don’t get me wrong, these two guys can really dig deep and drag you down into that rabbit hole in their own respective ways, but if you begin each of these series from season one, episode one and take it from there, they’ll hold your hand the entire way until it’s time for you to venture out on your own. Keep in mind, even these two shows may introduce you to concepts and ideas that you may have never heard of before.

My suggestion, if you come across something demonstrably questionable by your own logic, do your own research, if it interests you that much to do so.

Warning: Gregg’s voice alone will probably put you to sleep in minutes, so I recommend watching his show during daylight hours, lol. It’s not that his content is boring at all, it’s just his relaxed and carefree way of teaching will put you out if you’re anywhere near sleepy or a bed. Trust me. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Level Two: Falling Down the Rabbit Hole

The next level of programs take you just a little bit deeper: I would recommend “Open Minds with Regina Meredith” and “Beyond Belief with George Noory”.

Mid-way down the rabbit hole

Regina’s show teeters between levels one and two for me personally, but provides great insight into consciousness and human purpose as a whole. George’s show Beyond Belief is a straight free fall down the Rabbit Hole, since his topics seem to be more out there and can sometimes seem silly or have nonsensical guests. I don’t carelessly dismiss his guests that seem off, because they still provide great info and insight into different ways of thinking which is always a plus and the main purpose of Gaia TV, which is to open minds.

Level Three: Red Pill or Blue Pill?

Ok, so we’re finally here. For those of you who’ve gone through some of the episodes of the first two steps or that just want to jump straight in and get all the meat and potatoes I bring to you the third level which I call: Red Pill or Blue Pill? The reason I give it this title is because it’s here at this level whether you choose to believe or not. Now, as I stated before, there’s many different categories and topics on Gaia, and you’re at no obligation to accept every program or every show as 100% truth.

As with most things in life, you are free to pick and choose what to believe in and what to dismiss from your level of consciousness.

SO here it is, if you are ready to dive in head first and really challenge everything you’ve ever thought to be true about Earth and Humans and our place in the Universe, then I recommend for you to begin watching “Cosmic Disclosure with Corey Goode and David Wilcock”.

Corey, A Blue Avian (artist depiction), and David

Allow me to provide some quick background without giving away any major points from the series. You should definitely begin this series from season one, episode one, so you can begin this journey along with David Wilcock (host of Wisdom Teachings mentioned above) as he interviews and siphons decades’ worth of hidden and secret information from Corey Goode. Corey, at the start of this series, is obviously not a public speaker or even comfortable speaking in front of a camera. You can tell with his constant freezing and pauses to reach into the depths of his mind to articulate to the public what it is he’s really trying to say. As the series progresses he becomes better accustomed to speaking as he surely becomes the new go-to “secret space program” whistle blower of our modern time.

At first glance, there’s nothing seemingly dishonest or off about Mr. Goode.

At least from what I can tell, this man truly has some large secrets and is open and has made the conscious decision to come out and speak out about what’s been plaguing many of our minds about UFO’s, Aliens and the like since the first reports of the Roswell crash of 1947. He claims to have been apart of a secret space program for at least 20 years initially, and has many stories and details to share. Now, I’m not one to blindly accept anything from a random source, and I’m not advocating for anyone to watch Gaia and take everything on this or the other programs as “fact”, but if you’re like me and have been invested in this topic for most of your life, you’ll definitely find this and the other Gaia programs to be the mental euphoric entertainment that I spoke about missing at the beginning of this post. Netflix and Hulu has its moments in our daily lives of catching up on shows and starting new seasons of the latest trending release, but even if you don’t subscribe to the ideas put forth by the Gaia programs, in the very least you’ll be entertained.

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