ZLORD features two Americans seeing Oneness everywhere they look. Artist teZa and filmmaker Carter Lord start off in summer of 2019 car-camping for six months all over North America. Afterwards, they explore the inner adventures of life, experiences just as exciting and challenging to them as visiting exotic locales. Their conversations' aim is to discover just how interconnected everything is, when viewed through the unifying prism of the NOW. Seeing wonders reflected back from whatever they do, wherever they look or go, inwardly and outwardly, the couple shares with humor, unabashed honesty, with enough gusto for legions. Their banter is free and uncensored. Their views entirely their own, there is no affiliation or alignment with any organization/political party/religion/. These two are not your average American citizen by any means. Perhaps investigating such off-the-grid types as the Lords might expand your own perceptions? Drop the two a line to ask questions or comment: email@example.com
ZLORD is the musings of two artists: visionary author teZa (who signs her artwork ZLord) and feature filmmaker Carter (Lithium Springs; The Enchanted). Beginning episodes of ZLORD document the 30-yrs married couple on a vision quest. In 2019 they first set off adventuring around N America, car-camping without much of a plan, with tent, bikes, and scant possessions. Then, their original plan of continuing in '20 to S America with only backpacks gets foiled by the coronavirus pandemic. From here on their adventures turn inward. But their goal remains the same: to Follow Their Bliss. Excited about the spiritual as well as the creative life, the Lord duo banter about any subject that flashes before them, from uplifting and nurturing, to cosmically mundane encounters. Arguing and politics are strictly taboo, because so many other talking heads cover that area ad nausea. teZa is a spiritual activist whose many books are on Amazon. Carter is relaxing after decades of a challenging business life, and instead of retirement is re-igniting his passion as a filmmaker. Pithy episodes are short but as varied, as sweet and sometimes wildly tangy as can be. This is no "soft voiced" spiritual podcast, but a good clear, insightful look at difficult subjects. Send comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org and Join us: @teZaLord on Twitter & Instagram, YouTube & Facebook.