On Saturday I was invited by a group of guys who have their own radio pod that goes by the name A Wanderers Think Tank (AWTT), to be part of an event where they had invited their listeners to come and meet them. Their purpose is to create mind-openers on different subjects of life. They like to interview anyone who thinks outside the box, they have for instance invited mediums and been very curious about UFO’s and aliens. They like to explore and they invite the listeners into an alternative world. One could say their programmes deal with things that some people find strange.
On this particular evening they had invited the Ocean X Team, who talked about their projects, some of their findings and why they explore wrecks and the alike. It was a mind-opener for me, because I have always been interested in underwater exploration. It certainly opened doors into things that I had never actually explored myself, but always been interested in.
The audience were AWTT’s listneres. It was so interesting to listen to the questions that the audience had. During the recording things just rolled, it was a very interactive evening. I was also invited to give my opinion on certain aspects regarding the Ocean X Team’s discoveries. That was intriguing.
Then I was invited to show a little bit of my knowledge and experience. I have always been fascinated by the mind and its function, so I invited some of the audience to be read by me, I gave them some kind of profile on who they were. There were so many that stepped up and wanted to be read, but that was not mediumship as such, most of it was mind to mind. Again, I was asked questions. After we had finished, we mingled and talked and one could say that was the cherry on the cake, their questions were endless. It was clear that they were intrigued and inspired.
For me AWTT did an excellent job to meet their listeners and let them ask their questions. I realised that some these questions were something that they had been carrying for many years. And for some of them it was like an instant realisation that something that they had experienced all their lives actually was a fact.
The guys in AWTT do not profess to have all the answers, to them it is also a learning curve. When you see them come together with their open minds and creating this pod, they are all making their own journeys to discover themselves and realise their potential. It is so good to work with open minded people such as them, without criticism and no prejudice.
AWTT share the journeys they are making as a team. It makes me think of the author Enid Blyton. Every book she wrote was about adventures that a group of children experienced together. I was fascinated by these books and I think I read every book in this series. The children were called the Famous five. For me AWTT is like “the Famous Five”, because they dare to make their journey, so they are learning by doing. I have a feeling these guys are going to take these projects even further, and I have a strong feeling that more and more people are going to become curious about them.
If you are curious and would like to listen to AWTT’s pod you find it here: https://awtt.podbean.com/