Oh No Ross and Carrie
Summary: Welcome to Oh No, Ross and Carrie, the show where we don’t just report on fringe science, spirituality, and claims of the paranormal, but take part ourselves. Follow us as we join religions, undergo alternative treatments, seek out the paranormal, and always find the humor in life's biggest mysteries. We show up - so you don’t have to.
Ross and Carrie stop by the local Philosophical Research Society for a quick group (sound) bath, and an introductory lecture on sound as medicine going back to the days of Atlantis. Take three deep breaths, and have a listen!
Ross and Carrie journey attend a healing session at "the largest salt cave in North America." Carrie's migraines are toast FOR SURE, and Ross' fire-walking-enduced eczema is definitely going to be cured by rubbing them in "hydrating" piles of rock salt.
Carrie takes a hard look at hypocrisy: how we handily recognize it in others but overlook it in ourselves, and some charitable ways to respond to hypocrisies we encounter. A recording of Carrie's talk at the Australian Skeptics convention on October 13th.
Ross and Carrie investigate the haunting of Hale House, a historical, Victorian style home in the hills of Los Angeles. Armed with an EMF meter and their inner sense of eeriness, they tour the grounds and participate in a heebie-jeebies survey.
Ross and Carrie return to Teal Swan's Synchronization Workshop for more analysis of their memories, hangups, and fears. They'll learn the emotional cause of cystic acne, how Teal decided to go into her line of work, and how to deal with fear of intimacy.
Ross and Carrie attend a Synchronization Workshop offered by the mysterious Teal Swan, a beautiful "spiritual luminary," who claims to use her extrasensory abilities to see into your soul and offer the exact advice you need... whether you know it or not.
Ross and Carrie talk with Brother Sage, a Urine Therapy practitioner and author of the book Healing Water From Within. He explains his calling from Shiva, why he will never die, his own urine habits, and whether or not you should spray urine on bus seats.
Can Ross and Carrie find a way to one-up drinking your own pee? Find out as they review Ross' experience drinking his urine, and soaking his foot in days-old urine to cure his eczema. Then, they find a way to make the situation worse for no good reason.
Join us as we read two books about an ancient therapy, then improve our general health with nature's perfect medicine: our own pure, unadulterated urine. Fair warning: episode contains disgusting descriptions, disgusting sounds, and liters of pee.
Carrie can't pass up the latest cosmetic fad taking cruises by storm: Ionithermie cellulite contouring. Ross seeks out the same treatment at a pricy local spot. Will electrical currents, special oils, and dehydrated clay rid them of their love handles?
A listener sends Ross and Carrie a vintage E-Meter, so they try some basic auditing on the hard-to-obtain machine. Then, they compare it to a later model with an 80s flair. Will Ross be electrocuted by old wiring? Can Carrie achieve a floating needle?
Ross and Carrie attend a guided meditation so they can have a close encounter with "positively aligned extra terrestrial races." For only $11, they will meet a breed of cat gods, learn about secret space programs, and find out why aliens love casinos.
In the final class of the CDP, Ross and Carrie learn secrets from the IAC, including the existence of a serenissimus (you've never even heard of one) and the nonexistence of God. Also, we don't leave the room, but we do get outside our bodies!
We've reached the final module! Or have we? In CDP4 we learn about the nature of the afterlife and how our existential program should focus on polykarma, not just group or egokarma. Join us for more adventures outside the body.
Ross and Carrie are back at the IAC for two and a half hours covering five slides. We learn about cosmoethical holomaturity and how to take everything until the last holokarmic consequence, then try some new techniques for astral travel.