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"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"Hey, and also remember that you should take a nap and you should practice self care. Maybe get a massage meditate a little bit longer today. You know, go take a bath do whatever it is your creature comfort things that make you happy. But, you know, to carve out in reserve space for that, because across the board, especially with intuitive, or spiritual people. It always comes back to this, this adagio that I you know, I don't want to give power to anymore, but I'll call it out for now is that we will always do more for other people than we would ever do for ourselves. And I have moved so far away from that as a, as a thing that I believe. Moved because I, I know that I'm doing more. I know that I'm giving as much as I can. But I'm also giving to myself, I feeding my ability to do more and more by taking care of myself. So if I have to say no to a call or tell another friend who's bugging me about putting an online course outlined together that I can't do it this week than. Then then that's that's where I'm at with it, and I don't have any guilt about it. I don't have any selfishness feelings. That was always a word that really liked stung. When I heard it is idea of being selfish and Cheryl Richardson, talks about this lots and lots of people talk about this, this ability to create a space for radical self care, extreme self care where, you know that by doing these four or five things over the course of a period of time that you're actually supercharging yourself to go in face a week full of insanity because you know that it was going to be balanced at the beginning and end of it. And so what you're saying rings, so true is that you pick a day as an entrepreneur online. Mine is usually Wednesdays which is today but it's a little off because we came out of a holiday weekend. But Wednesday is my day to just kind of unplug. You know, I'll go do afloat session, if anyone's ever, you know, floated or onto afloat tanker, they have one in their hometown. You should definitely go. Check it out. Harmon of you floated. I have not all my gosh. I call. Him I think tank, so it's my I completely unplugged. There's no cell phones. You're in a big bucket of water. It's like a tank or a little clam shell of hyper salinated water. So you're detoxing your floating. You're bobbing on the surface. You're kind of in zero g and your body just gets to do its own thing, and your brain is just released and you get to fly around and do all sorts of cool stuff in imagine things in create things while you're in this tank, and, you know that is for meditation. You get the same thing. It's from, you know, any sort of creative practice. I know a lot of people I just met somebody who paints for healing does a lot of pointillism painting as part of their healing process in creative process, and it really is expression, instead, ability to get get out what stuck within. And so, I think all of what you're talking about this council is so amazing because all of these different things are happening all at once. We're all juggling multiple things and this is giving agency to the parts of you that aren't getting any attention. So I love this. I love this process and I'm excited to we. Like I want to sit down and do this with you. Because I feel like I have a council that I should be getting advice from absolutely. Everyone should have one also. So typically, when when you start using this council when you start working with this. What's the, the terminology of it again? It's the what I call your soul council our soul council. So once we're in touch with our soul council. What have you seen start to happen for people inclines that you're working for working with I should say, in particular, with, especially with businesses that are either like at a point where they're pivoting or you're just starting out there is there is an imbalance between that critical voice, and our creative lace, and it, it can be an imbalanced in either way, like it could be that the creative ways is out of control but there's not enough of a practical side coming forward or it could be that the inner critic as you know, being too loud and not allowing the creative voice to have any agency. And so what I see start to have. Is that mythical balance actually starts to become real where all of those different parts started actually, recognized that they're going to have a space to, to speak? They're going to be allowed to have the microphone are going to be allowed to have the floor. And in knowing they start to it's like almost like a different parts of your brain ser- to communicate with each other better. And I see entrepreneur starting to make progress in their business, where before they were stuck. I see them starting to find the answers that were looting them because they couldn't see clearly because, you know, one one area was just too loud, compared to another, you know, but I actually see them starts to get momentum and traction and their business than to make real progress towards their goals, which is the best part bringing more you see that progress in the more progress. You're making the more that you see your content clicking with bone fitting into things that make sense for them. The more encouraged memorial reach out in the more that you'll simply lean on. Your soul council for giving you the direction and guidance that you need to keep things moving forward, which I think, is really exciting to know that once again, the truth is revealed that everything we need is already within us. And that's the part that I think I love being able to share with people, and it usually gets really emotional on the on the call. When you're able to kind of tap into the soul council, or the higher vision of a higher purpose. And they finally get to speak from that voice without concern for, you know, the limitations that they faced, or the challenges of the things that they don't know or things that they need to learn the need to acquire when they can speak from a place at those things don't matter that, that they have a trusting them selves. They'll figure it out. Or it'll all work out in the end or everything will work out exactly how would supposed to, and you can just kind of say something, even create the vision, or you can create the possibility of what you wanna have from a place of no fear no limiting beliefs. Then all of a sudden, you have this clear vision is clear purpose in gets really, really exciting. When progress. Starts move in that direction, definitely does. It's amazing. It is, especially in the space people used to like the term of magic. But it really does almost feel like magic when that starts to happen, because it becomes easy, and fun and exciting and things start to flow. Excellent. So how do people get in touch with you? How do they find out about where to work with you? Tell us how to get here's your plug go for it. You can find me at wild preneurs dot com. Combination of wild in entrepreneur together. And when they come to the website what can they do to interact, you can sign up for your newsletter send him for the newsletter or they can sign up for free. Call to see if they want to work with us, there couple of options, currently there is done for you marketing, which is the highest tier. There's also done with you marketing, which is where we were together, one on one calls, and we go through this process is that we've talked about today, creating story brands, but also council and developing the path to get you to your next goal. So we work on that, but it's done with you, as opposed to John for you, which just means that I don't actually do the implementation you or you have a virtual assistant who helps you with that for your empowered to kind of keep this going in your part, that's like participating in your own rescue, which highly encourage everybody to do is to, you know, figure out how far? Constructs themselves in the direction of, of handling a lot of this on their own. And then when the time is right. Flipping to, you know a done for you type solution because you're making so much progress. Things are moving really quickly. So there's definitely a path to that is well, you agree. Oh, absolutely. I agree. And I think the one of the things that people who work with moving to the done with you services like they are amazed at the actual a momentum that they gained just because it keeps them accountable, and it keeps them on track and the other the other possibility is also there's going to be group program starting in August. Oh, awesome. Can we can we know a few more details about the group program the group program will be taking a group of people entrepreneurs through as a cohort through this process of setting up their, their story brand and getting their one liner in place in getting that process getting themselves grounded in their, their brand, and then after that cohort goes through there will be a second one, which will be a process to actually tell them like what to do with it when they have it in terms of setting up their, their actual marketing pieces their social media in their newsletters than their marketing copy for whatever course or program it is that they want to promote excellent. And I think the part that so great about that is that they're going to have each other as much as they'll have you on the coaching and guidance from the work that you're doing in the in the process, you create and bring to them within. They'll also at the end of the day have each other. So everybody listening, if that's something, you're interested in doing over to wild poor and check that out. And when will that August? Course be open and available for people to register. It will be opened in July. Open in July. So I will let everybody know via the newsletter when that happens and Carmen. Thank you so much for sharing. All this with us today. This has been an amazing conversation with Carmen from wild. Noor, and if you're interested in finding out, more head on over to wild, preneurs dot com. Check out her upcoming group. Course it's happening in August. Schedule your free call with her definitely schedule a free call. It's worth spending some time figuring things out and seeing how the two of you can work together. Everybody listening on this call once again. Thank you so much. Is there anything you wanna leave people with any last thoughts or anything that you'd like to share? I just want everybody to know that it really is possible to make your dreams come true in the business that you're dreaming of that. And market it in a way that's an alignment with your own integrity. Thank you so much for having me on. Thank you. And thanks everybody for listening in. We will.

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"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

15:12 min | 2 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"And they think it would be like it's great way to empower other women in other indigenous woman, to intimidate the night that they can be a superhero, if they chose to. And you say that's held it. So they happened. But it was roundabout that process I keep getting pulled to come overseas and I'll keep getting pulled to come to LA. And I'm thinking, oh, gosh. I've done so many readings now. And I've given so much sort of, like I'd say, like impoundment toes and advice I thought I got practice what preach because I keep telling if you feel that you need to go in, so a lot of these people would doing what I was saying the superior and I wasn't a thought I got to do this. So I basically ended in my job, and I'm going to LA we're going to do it. It's just going to go. I don't know how I feel like I need to go here and something's going to happen. I'm gonna meet someone and it's gonna happen. So, yeah, that's how I got to LA. Awesome. And so just so we're clear in the time went on what's going on. That was six days ago. In Los Angeles. So let's flash back I started setting meet ups in Los Angeles. If you're listening in the LA area, I do a I think, monthly meet up around the time of the full moon is usually when I like to do it, because that's when creatively, speaking more all kinds of more open and ready to, to have changed in harvest a little bit more of what's going on. So I love doing it around the full moon. So this monthly this meet up happens you RSVP to while ago. And then you reach out nearly as anyone coming, and I said, yeah, there, maybe as a couple people and then ended up just being us. And so, I was like, all right. We're talking and I got so excited about the story that you were sharing the fact that you had just arrived six days ago from that. I was like, all right. We gotta go do a podcast like, there's no way we kit kit, miss this opportunity. So tell me about because this is a little less than a week less than a week since you decided to drastically, change your life and come to Los Angeles. Which is like we've joked all the time that you can't throw crystal without hitting a spiritual person here in. L. A. So this is the place to be if you're going to be doing spiritual entrepreneurial launch spiritual business. Get into a dissuades, great to have at least to stop offer presence here in Los Angeles to meet people, and connect with people, but tell me what. Less than a week less than a week in your life is completely changed. What has that been like for you? It's been exciting inch Geary at the same time. But the funny thing is, you know, like I should be more nervous, but I'm not you know, I'm thinking of lift my country of New Zealand, which is literally on the other side of. I can't get any further from LA then New Zealand and, and I'm sort of here, and these apart like you can find a place to stay you go to find an income. You gotta thing and I'm just like. It'll, it'll be ROY will all work out, and we'll we'll and, and even though like I do have the news if I've got to do this, I still got the it'll be fine. And that's why everything's unfolding in neutral way we met, everybody listening. We just sat down and got a bunch of stuff done business wise. So it's been it's been a very quick, very fast moving. And sometimes that's all it takes is the right place, the right time the right energy and just saying, yes, alternatively just other times when it's not the right time and not the right energy. And then you say no to TV show, so it all depends on how it works out for you and how it feels so you're here. This comic book project is coming up. So tell me what that's gonna look like when people are going to be able to interact with what's going to happen, is, it's going to be launched in New Zealand, but I also think the they may be doing a seeking launch here in the states because one of the ladies in the that I'm doing name his name. Nsee. She works for the phone festival, and she wrote festival. They signed up Sundance film festival. It's just not a small fill this. I have to do an interview with who've to his super who are reading so that because she's the last woman that's going into this coma book. And then once it's done, it's going to be created tuned up think, and they're going to it's going to be like a double book, like it's going to show them as people and what they actually do in the limits superheroes. And how they use the Pell was in the day world and the everyday sort of living. And it's kind of like a who's who of the universe, and what they wanted to do is they wanted to inspire of the youngest to say you, not just, you know, you're not just a young girl. You're, you're a superhero, You know, a little. a lot of the times is I think it's an also empowerment comic book saying, you know, tried tried it, actually go beyond you natural levels. Have you really embraced who you truly truly our will you to look and you'll cloud king sort of hiding in the office. And, and what to me, what's so interesting about that, as super heroes in the idea of superheroes is so hot right now, meaning the marvel movies are Infinity wars just came out so this, this, this will air a little bit afterwards. It will probably have been out for a while, but people's obsession with the idea of superheroes popping up all over the place. I've seen TV shows where they talk about how even standing in the pose of a superhero physically change your body and change your energy. And we've always known that there's a connection between the way you hold your body, your physiology, and your emotions and your mindset and your all energetic, spectrum, so. Yep. Yep, please really, really went on to say, we hit, they just had the indigenous from fistful in New Zealand, and the, the patient for them. Young Judaea Denison. He's young actor from HUD, for the world of people. And of course, he just did a spot on did pull to. Okay. And the weirdest thing was when I went to the phone fish, civil 'cause I'd done, I've done severe reflect Kaz directors and producers, you know, if it was, I, I don't know, a lot of things in New Zealand from DC and inside. They stuck me on a pedal. Really? What am I do I would have left this damn panel? And they decided to do the speed dating so they hit eight eight people who run film festival in respect of countries, and then me, and I was like, I run the film why the hell am I but they just checked it on. And so they hit a whole rotation of up and coming. Full Mike is an ex very Tatum out. It's like speed dating and they had five minutes and always wanted the people. So I sort of like did these mass quickfire speeds superhero readings? For all these people. And then when I lived, the film festival when I came BIC the wood had gotten around and so young Julian asked could he have won. So when I walked into the Beck into the offices, I'll, which is surrounded by all these young people looking at me, and I'm thinking, what the hell they looking, and then, of course, jillions who forward. And he's like can what? Because they all wanted to see what has to figure. It was literally just finished filming did do. And then he was hanging at Saint, what am I? Superhero by. Today. Is that okay? So they filmed in the stuff of the kind of cool, and so I sort of did. And then he was walking around with some everytime time, so we sort of this make this exude amount to superheroes dance that to me that key that part of it is that it is the physicality of it, I think, is the first level of unlocking your ability to say, like you were talking about before it's like it's taking your powers out for a spin us. So many of us live in this environment in which we have the limiting beliefs of arm. Not good enough. I'm not worthy. No one's gonna care. It's not going to be important. It's a waste of my time. I don't like everything you could imagine all these worst fears that you could have that you put on top of yourself, and that literally is the glasses and the slouching and the clumsiness that Clark Kent was he was using to hide who's in highly was. And so that's always been something that's fascinated me. And I loved it in the end of I think it was kill Bill volume two. Where? Bill. The villain of the movie is talking about how, you know, this idea that super the wasn't that superman put on his costume, and he was superman. It was superman was putting on Clark Kent, hide Hollywood. He and so it's this shifting of that idea of, like how many of what we do and what we wear and what we not wear clothes wise, but energetically what we wear identity wise, what we wear or mask wise, what we wear is, is hiding this superhuman person that we really are this person. That's excited about life in this person that does things and has integrity and honors things and, and really contributes in a way that makes a difference and the contribution could be as tiny as buying someone a coffee or smiling on the street or shaking, a hand or holding a door or just telling somebody how you feel about them to all the way up to the way that we see moms when their kids are hit by a car physically lifting cars off children. And not knowing where that came from. So I think that there's such a spectrum to explore and you're doing it is you're you're going, and you're helping people take off their glasses and they're open. They're tying goal in the phone booth. And then come out a superhero anchor you ask you the question nearly before head I had people from years ago, take in ten years, I have of if people call me like I did it three years ago in these saying the things that the superior three years ago, I will falling into place now. And they just wanted to let me know that. Oh my God. It's hipping and look this, I tell people I'm not directly to do anything. I'm saying this is what to superior came due, and it's up to you, if you want to use it on, on. That's what I do. And the other we'd is thing that you put are gonna find about the way I'd do. It is usually when I do soupy, her on a person, their opinion doesn't actually count. Your plan doesn't matter to me, like say so when I do it, I say, ardent agree with I here because it's not what? It. You think of yourself, it's how you come across to me. Right. And so that's what I always tell people it's like, don't be expecting me to tell you what you think you don't look for it. Yeah. I'm not looking for not looking for women. I'm saying how you come across, and this is what she looked like because a lot of the times, a lot of us, don't know..

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"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"Awesome to have you here. Qaeda qaeda. So I'm here with and I'm going to say this is best as I can top a he, he close was. Please say your name for us when I'm Tuohy a Hicky Hicky, so close he had very close. And you are six days, fresh in the US you from New Zealand Zealand and tell us a little bit about what you do who you are. And what you do. I am formerly a teacher from New Zealand, and what I do is I've created a kind of. Oh, what have I do? I do created a kind of like an archetype form of profiling I guess, which I've called superior reading because use the genius of superheroes to get my message across wonderful. And so what does that look like what kind of processes it because we were talking a little bit before, and it is a very kind of empowering almost coaching transformational process that you created. So how did this come to be well few about three and a half years ago? I was studying for my degree in education, and I had to come up with in a theory to, to basically present at the interviews, symposium, not, not by choice, known of actually, somebody came in and was like, hey, you gotta do you have to do this famous. So it is also look look back to what I used to do in Iceland, while I love books and the cease to be a little party thinly a potty trick. I used to I saw. Oh, well used to party trick because to be perfectly honest, I was just a bit lazy. You know, I'll find something I know. So what is the party trick? Well, the party is that well, it's know it's just like when you talk to people, you wanna find things that you can talk to them about, and because, you know, Camo too easily considered to be like a nerdy kind of concept, but I really, really cool. So I'd always if we had a party, I would somehow compensations and about comic books that come up and superheroes would come up, and then I would like to say, you know, if you're a here I think this is what you would be. And that's what I mean by party trick. And a lot of people sort of locked, but it was never really in depth. We're just want like a fun little thing. And so you would say I think this is what you'd be as a superhero. And then when say, yes, yes. Yes dry okay much. So a lot of people were getting caught up in it. So it sounds like it was effective. Where did this come from, though, like when you were doing it? What where did that? Well, I'll put it this. I do come from a very spiritual family. And I won't see religious. Let's say spiritual so and my mother, she was very spiritual self. And my family was because Modi is a people, a spiritual rice. We'll put it that way. We do believe in spirituality. And so this was kind of like a thing we always sort of grew up with. But I never used it the way I started to use it, it was just this is something I knew, and it was all based on just instinct, because it really was just how you came across to me. So I wasn't trying to stroke the ego. And there's a lot of things that I think a lot of people try to do. They try to create something to strike the goes. Now, now I'm not striking ego. This is what it looks like. And when I started to do it from the grid, it's like okay. That actually does feel like it's. And that's how it started. So you were raised in a very spiritual environment as it was. I think that's game from my grandmother, who's right up there on the mental there that was the source of kind of my spiritual education, so to speak. So you were raised in a spiritual environment. Did you move away from the spirituality for a while a motor coach always his, his always hit spirituality? So we've always, we've always hits to even in the classes because the organization of it cools and indigenous Oganization shoots, though. You know, he'd like thirty thousand students and stuff like this wasn't small, but we still using a lot of the cultural concepts of modem in order to teach classes say we would start with, like a form of pre of even look at the before, mitigation and would use coach with things that against mainstream society, would deem as sort of Hellenistic. Okay. And so it was like pot impossible. But I'd never pushed it as far as I started to push it. They'll. Difference. All right. So you did the party tricks and the party shirts were popular. And I'm assuming made you very fun guests that a lot of pardons. All right. So then what happened? Well, then what happened was, I was studying for my degree because I will say it. I'm very lazy when it comes to academic study, I'm pretty lazy when it comes to the but I thought, well, I'll do something I wanted to us. What was fun? So what I've tried this party trick, and so I took that in, I started to create my little archetype for my theory to present this employee him of the end of the year. And when I started off, what will what would happen could this become an empowerment tool for people, you know, just something they can, you know? Given to another level or just help them overcome basic things. And that's what I based, my theory around, and then I gave a really preposterous name, which was she mimic superiority theory, Humana, cts yard, tree theory. Okay. Got it. So. Yeah. But goes even it's derived from comic books. The comic books came up with a little names that are us now and it's also all I'm going to quit mo- name. So that's why did you know if I'm going to do theory on comic books and might as well. Go the full hulk. Yes. That's what I say this. What I did you? And, and so, again, giving me a core group to trial without on. Is this like a case study if you put it this way, so five to ten people, and I did it influence couple of weeks. I was just like trying to get it out there. And then unfortunately, if it Tom this, when my mom passed so it's a good bit of time off for VS reasons. And then when I came back to it, I thought I, I need to get back into my study needs to do this, except this time when I started to use us what I was doing. The had been a change. They seem to be far more in depth than even always expecting. And even though was using superheroes that people, they could they see if they could completely understand could connect with everything even though it was a metaphor. They could completely understand it. What do you think that was that changed? I think it's. I think it's that whole, you know, when someone's very close to you, you lose them other things that you would consider to be quite prevalent, nine Longo issue anymore, you know, all various that you hit up seventy like he dropped them down. Why I think I became a lot more open minded to it. You know, like the, the normal things it would keep people in the place, I didn't care about them anymore. Stayed whole he will more important things in life. Yes. And because of the that's when I noticed a change in the end I didn't even call it. Soupy her readings. I just call it superiority, THEO, and one of the ladies that I did it on. She's the one he do you realize it's the top of reading she's one who actually identified it, and I just wind whatever. She's. Actually doing a top reading an inch invited me to come along to this weekend of the solicitor keeling. We came, and it was with thousands of people and they sit me up in this room. And this just send people through do what to do. And see what happens. So over that period of today's started doing and I'll just spit it out. Okay. This is what it looks like blah, blah, blah. And in the feed bit was just incredible. He was like, oh, my God, I got it, and in the woods started to get around to other people, and then I started the inundated with calls and emails and Facebook saying, can I have one can I have one can he do this? Can you do my friend can bring my mother and it's still win from? They took a love of its own. That's he didn't. I'm for it. It just happened came just fell into my lip. Yeah. That's the way it's supposed to have. As obviously a larger plan at work you. I figured they'd have is okay. These oversee more expecting. So now how you at this point now how many readings you think you've actually done? I have done probably three and a half. He's of Passo. I'd say an probably two thousand two thousand readings which keeps you very busy. Yeah. I mean look, I did a Subbiah rating for the Uber driver. So it's almost like you can't help it. It feels terrible. It's like something's an inkling and put the thing is I don't just force it on. I wait for the invitation. So usually if I tell people if someone sees if interested in this show. What does it look like can you explain it to me? All can you do one? That's when I'll do it. I'll never just do it. You You know, know, the the whole whole thing thing. it's a piece in his history won't be open to energetically. There has to be an allowance for this. Yes. Because I've had people say, can you do brother, can you do my friend that we did? They ask all know they have to. So then what happened? So you're in New Zealand. You've done started doing these readings. This word of mouth is buzzed starts down. And then what happens? And then from that point, a producer New Zealand -tated about me and asked to come and see me in end. But she and her husband you both this and the very skeptical. But they thought I will share a finger will be fun, little different Sunday afternoon. Just ask you to come along. We it's, it's fine. So I came along, and they bought the niece, and then he says, early twenties says she's twenty four twenty five and they went oh can you do one on my niece in English. They hit a kerosene. We just want to see what it looks like on camera. So and so I said with an Eastman. Okay. This is what you're superior. It'll start to do it. And then at the end of it, they basically came up to holy crap. That's exactly what she does. We all you. That's not. So the accuracy was there. It freaked them out a little bit, even those who but superheroes they could understand that they could connect to it. So, yeah. In so they lost to get a television show and got accepted, and I was offered a TV show, but that's when the book came up. And so they see said they wanted to, you know, they have this group of same orders. Save producers lovely lady should love love me, late lady. She, she happens to be running the indigenous film festival in New Zealand. So she's the runny runs it, and husbands, a director whose directive load of indigenous movies. So they were sort of wanted to get on the board and said, would you be interested in creating a comic book based on these selected woman that they've chosen around using these indigenous moldy woman from New Zealand, that all in high places they were rehired positions Owen? Yeah. Okay, so fun. So, you know, so they checked it to give flying up and down New Zealand meeting, these women doing this Uber here, readings, and it was all being recorded so that could be released as a comic book..

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"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"Free kit. You can download that too. In fact, if you download the app, it comes preloaded with a tutorial how to flow dream teaches you how to do the process in like fifteen minutes. It's not difficult. And that really get you rolling. It'll get you started into what it's like the other way is people can listen to my podcast. Again, I mentioned that flow dreaming. And then there's also means school and me school is like my flagship program, I enroll about once a year and I take people through a journey of development, and we figure out who are you? What are you good at what should you be doing in your life? What's getting in your way? What is flow feel like to you? What resistance are you encountering? I teach that resistance is a good thing. And you will encounter it. You have to encounter. It it's important to encounter it what you need to learn how to deal with it. Most people to stop when they hit resistance, and, like, no, no, no, no, no, no, no keep going. Keep going keep going. So this year journey me, we've, we basically transformed people, I mean you're working on your own emotional reconditioning, and re patterning of your life every day. And then me school evolves, into can go into personal coaching with me. I have a lot of students. I've worked with for many, many years. Five six ten years. Yeah. And they just bloom. I mean, not everybody wants to start like a huge company. I work with people who do some people are just wanting to get through the stuff that's always stop them as an artist as a writer in their relationships. So those are the primary ways I work with people through me school through the flow. Dreaming audios and their playlists basically, you can get. And then there's a third thing. It's my new baby. I tell you, my new baby. So I mentioned hay house radio. It's, it's kind of come full circle for me. I have. It's another pivot point in my life. I feel it. Oh my God. I have been envisioning a kind of two point overs, and of an online radio broadcast slash podcast.

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Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"I don't think they did. But I kept my job. Quality problem. We from. Yeah. So this is the whole story is really just a show you how being in flow and divine timing, if you stop resisting and just put yourself forward put yourself forward, just take the next step, and the next step, and the next step in, and let life guide you. And I know some of you were thinking, but life is never guided me anything awesome again. No, no power leaking here. Ask life to guide you to something awesome show up for that. Awesome take initiative toward that. Awesome. Don't wait for the awesome to be given to you. You create the awesome inside you first and let the awesome match you. So what are some of the things I want to say, I love this conversation so much. So one, I want a mirror that, you know, the idea of putting yourself forward in that way, your story is, is really similar to mine it in a couple of instances, is that, you know, I. Had this awesome job at a law firm in New York. I had graduated with a degree in journalism. I figured I'm safe. You know, the magazines are closing, and there's no jobs in newspapers. But I've got this awesome job at the law, firm, and I'm really good at denying people's requests for healthcare healing. So I did that day in and day out, thousands and thousands of people, which I, I feel like now I'm paying back, karmic debt of bringing healing to more people as a result. But. You know, when I lost that job at the law firm, and then I had to decide okay, what am I going to do in it could've freaked out? I have tried to stay in New York. I could've been living on couches but I had again. There's that flow that calling, I had met a relative in San Diego that I'd never met before who said to me. Hey, if you don't know what to do after college, come and stay with us in San Diego. When I was like, what a ridiculous thing for someone to say that I just met. But now I'm in a situation where I need it. So I said, yes, and I went, and I went and then I got to the, you know, drove cross country this amazing trip visited my family. You know, all the little twists and turns every stop that I made stopping overnight in San Antonio, 'cause I couldn't make it through Texas or whatever I think, in San Antonio is at the top. Yeah. And then stopping in Roswell, and doing all these things that I didn't plan. So I just kind of went with it. Right. So I'm still in flow. I'm still inflow having some aging experience. I plop down on the couch in San Diego with TV's on and there's an ad for job fair at the convention center. And so I'm like, well, obviously I need to go to this job for the convention center to get a job. Mantha job, fairness terminates in websites in San hose, and like all the stuff that I would never attracted doing, and I was like grown. And then I see this banner, the Anthony Robbins companies, and I could've walked away or I could laugh and snicker about it and walked away, or I could have just don't know what. But something in me was like here we go, and I just remember I was walking forward with my hand stuck out already already stuck out reaching out for it. And I was like, hey, this is who I am. This is what I have, and I wanna job where I can write. And then I get this big is from the from the lady behind the desk, and he card and don't talk to anyone else. I'll call you a bunch of interviews later, and then all of a sudden, I have this job, and it is one of those moments where I was like, I tell the story now on, I recognized people out there listening are like, oh, whatever. You're just lucky. But the reality is, is that part of me knew that I was in a flow state. I had I had nothing around me to make any other consideration was just like what? It's right in front of me, literally came off of a road trip sat down on a couch saw commercial went there, this ban done. Yeah. You know. And it's that easy. If you're open to it. Yeah. So then my next question is, what are some of the tiny ways that we can start the process of opening up to that type of flow? Is it a matter of how you appeal at your physical appearance like making sure that you look, good you feel good? Is it about smiling and making eye contact is it about connecting with people? Is it about having conversations? Is it not being shy as it? What are all these little pieces that people can start just slowly bringing in or quickly, bringing depending on how quickly you wanna get there. What are those things like a couple of things from you, the Takano bring in, like you just described the pivot point in your life? And I think all of us can expect a multiple number of pivot points in our life. And usually, you know, you're heading towards one when you're getting very bored, and frustrated. And tired. It's sort of like when you're wearing the tires down on your car, and you get them, bald. That's you being worn and tired, you will reach you pivot point. So for everybody who's feeling that way right now? You're just heading toward a pivot point. And this is totally normal, and natural and roll with it. And, and I know there's the feeling of frustration like, but when will it end my whole life has been this slowly, do you know all tire? And that's this is your question. And how do you speed this along? I find that most of us. Get in this kind of waiting in our lives, the waiting show. We feel like when this good thing happens, then I'll jump on it. I'm waiting for this. I'm waiting for that. And if you look at it from a co creation standpoint, what flow is seeing as oh, check checkout her. She's waiting, okay? We'll give her more waiting Romar. Gosh, I think I just had like a, like Brayden explosion moment with that statement. Yeah. She's waiting, okay? We'll give him more waiting around. You go in your endless loop while so you okay, what you are, is what you create what you are is what your life, reflects back something is not right in your life. Stop looking outside you stop looking at your life. Look inside you. You will find it there. And if nothing is happening outside, you, there's nothing happening inside you go find that figure out why. Hey, why is nothing happening inside of me? 'cause I'm waiting. Why are you waiting because I don't trust my own actions. I don't trust that the universe will give to me if I put myself out there, I don't trust that I'm lovable enough, or I'm Simard enough, or there's already other people doing it. I mean I hear this all the time when I'm coaching people in business. There's other people doing it. There's people who are bigger than me, and I'm like, great. So your telling your flow, all of those things, and it will serve those up to you because it wants to make you happy and wants to make you right. And you just made yourself right about all those things. So it's going to serve him. Right. Up to you. And like you have to think of flows mirror, or your best friend, or a dog that loves you. It's gonna it's gonna agree with you on a percent. And it's going to give it to you, your best friend. So what are you giving to it? And they said, well, if I act like other than I am that I'm just putting on a fake it till you make it, I'm, you know, and I'm like, I'm not telling you to act, I want you to be that person walk into the room and own. It do that thing you refrain of doing. Pick up the phone. Send the stupid brochure in the letter out to the publishing. Walk up to somebody with your hand sticking contact and tell them who you are. So I so in me school, one of the very first units, I teach is about pre-action versus inspired action. So I'll kill little peek inside so pre-action is what I call the state of going into flow and defining to the universe. Hey, this is who I am starting now. I don't care if the rest of my life doesn't look like this, this is who I am. Because I am choosing to be this person right now. So most of us spend, like think about everything you've done your did today. Okay. Did you think about it? Okay. So ninety percent was reacting, you reacted to the phone call you reacted to the bad driver on the road, you reacted to the to do list, you reacted you react at you. You, you responded. You're always in a state of reaction is a manifest error in a state of reaction because you're always responding to the past manifestations have to be in a state of pre-action, because they have to be responding to the future. So when you're going into a state of pre-action, you're going into flow, you are defining, who you are that has to be balanced everything in the universe is balanced. Yennin young. Right. So. The other side of that is inspired action, which is if I'm doing my pre-action, and I'm doing my emotional energetic blueprint for this. I'm also going to do my inspired action, which is to say, I believe that blueprint. And I'm stepping forward physically in my actions to support that, that's where a lot of people get scared. They're like, I don't think I can do that yet. Like, why not why not be this person, you will grow into the person don't have any fears that you're not there yet, you know, everybody has an audience. That's, that's another thing I learned along the way, everybody has an audience. I listened to myself my podcast, by the way, it's called flow. Dreaming. My podcast is thirteen years old. You know, the first couple of years, I sounded like a do fee barely, you know, figuring it out on my God blowed him into so awesome. I mean I was like a different person, but I had an audience because they aligned to me at the time. Even if I hadn't grown in my understanding to where I am now, I have a different audience now who will lines with what I understand now. So even the people who are, starting out are going to speak to a whole group of people who are like them, perhaps starting out or in another way matches them. You don't have to grow to a certain point to find your audience. They're already right there in a large way to the more human, you are the more you're going to attract people, real people. Yeah. And I think that's something that, that everyone's either told themselves a story about her convinced themselves, otherwise that okay, we'll, I'm starting out. So it's going to have to sound as good as podcasts that I listen to that are available now. And I struggled with that on the front end of this podcast is, you know, oh, it's gonna sound good. I've gotta have this and it's got to be completely silent in the background and I can't make noise. And I have to make sure my voice sounds good and this and that. And it's balancing. The reality is no one has ever emailed and said, hey, you know, the audio was really imbalanced in the last. And I really couldn't attention to what you were saying because there was a sound of your glass when you put it down on the table, I could hear your, you know, your bracelets clinking or whatever it is. No one has ever, emailed me, and nobody even only about that. Now. I want to be right about this one thing then they tell you when you do get your first set of hate mail. If you making a difference, you will get your hate mail. I love me will it is trivial. I've heard that. It's that's the moment you've arrived. Yeah. You're triggering people. You're getting under their skin, and they don't want to go any further. Nope. I'm right. You're wrong. And I'm gonna tell you how Roman lar and it's a badge of honor. Yep. It's totally a badge of honor. Yeah, I have to say, I have done this podcast. I'm like, maybe on say a dozen or so episodes, deep and I'm getting so much out of this conversation. That statement you just made is that like, you know, I'm waiting and it. Okay, so then you're flow is going to tell you. All right. Well, I'm gonna give you some more waiting. I want everyone to like hear that because I just got motivated to take some actions and things that I've been sitting on or waiting to do or coming up with excuses to why shouldn't do them and it still happens. I mean it still happens to everybody. You're still going to be faced with that every day of your life because you're human. But the best part is you can get the tools in the training and the coaching to lift yourself out of that to know what to do. Yeah. So I feel like I'm already. Coaching session with you, you I'm you are what else do we want to know? What I would love for people to know what is it like when they work with you like what? How do people get to work with you? What does that process? Look like okay, so working with me cost. There are a couple of ways at flow.

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"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

14:01 min | 2 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"I'm you know. She is amazing names. Venus Andrew, and you should look her up. I'm gonna plug you mom. It's called the deer, Venus show, and she's got an amazing podcast and live call in radio show, if you're curious and wanna get reading. So that's where I got my intuitive gifts from I also read. I also talked to people on the other side for me when I'm talking to a consciousness inflow. It's doesn't matter if they're living if they're not living. I mean, the body is immaterial when you're working with what do I call it quantum space? When you're working outside, physical or at the very finest beyond particles of physical. There is no distance. There is no difference. If you have a consciousness, it's either antibody, or it's out of a body. It doesn't make any difference. So, yeah, so I do that. But it's not my main focus. So then that to me, I always enjoy the stories of people who grew up in a spiritual family that for whatever reason for a very brief period of time rebelled rebellion is I'm going to go get a job at an education, and I'm going to punch a car to be in an office in all these things that we all are soom would be the polar opposite of growing up in his spiritual family. And then eventually you come on back home to the idea that like this is kind of your birthright, which is an amazing thing that think birthright and I, I've had a couple of what do you call it come to Jesus moment? I'd had to have a real good wack in the in the head from my higher beings, higher self where they've said, hey, like I said, if you don't do this work summer, we will have wasted a lot on you, and that was incredibly humbling for me. You know, and I realized I have to get over all that stuff that I think and just do this work. Because it's me getting in the way of me and my insecurity, or my this, or my that and it just put it in a much higher perspective. Like I oh, you guys to do this don't I. And I love this part of your story, because I think it truly embraces the challenge, a lot of people in this position have where they have expectations or lives or responsibilities, or careers or families. And they have this idea that they need to go to this job, and get this paycheck and quietly put up with these things, and not have what they want or not express themselves or not sure, their gifts, and that somehow it's going to be okay, or they'll just suffer through, or something will happen and it'll change. And they're just they're you're floating along. Like it's not even a real life. You're just kind of being carried away with the current and don't I feel like that's one of the things that comes up a lot is I tell people don't wait. For the wakeup call. Do you have any inkling do it before you get to that point, because they'll wake of call as we know and love to ask you about is, is your last chance? It's the last ditch effort for your higher self to get your attention. It could be a synchronicity could be some sort of coincidence, could be some sort of messenger assigned that appears and those are all the gentle reminders of like, hey, there's a direction you should be moving in. But when you're way, way, way off, or you're in a direction or you're in, in jeopardy. Like you said of, of not fulfilling what it is that you were put here to do that wakeup call can be really powerful. Yeah. Well, that's one of the things I teach my students in me school a lot about. I say do you believe in a stingy universe? And most people say, no, I say, then you do believe in an abundant universe will. Yeah. Said, I'm asking this because you're living your life as if you believe the universe is stingy, and it won't give you what you want. You're making your decisions every day, based on the idea that you will not get what you want the universe stingy. I said to you have to commit like pick one way or the other, you're going to believe you can't hope it's abundant, but really feel it stingy said, if you live in an abundant universe than every single day you are being given your next step. It's not out there. It's not like two weeks away. It's not two years away. It's not after the kids graduate. It's not after husband gets his job. It's not after all these things, it's right here. It's already been given to you and your job is to open your eyes and accept, what's been given and they'll say, but I don't see it. It's here. Look around look harder. Look at the things you've already dismissed look at the things that you think aren't correct. Or aren't right? You know, in my case, I've had lots of things that I thought were absolutely I had to do perfect for me were number had to be had to be having me and flow says to me. No. We have a next step for you. Are you gonna take it, and I'd say, no because I'm waiting from an ex step. And that that goes along with what you're saying. I think that your next step is always here, and it's not being withheld from, you know stingy universe. It's here and another way of saying that is that your life is literally happening right now. Yeah. So every breathing every moment, you take a breath, your life is happening, and it's your choice, then yet to step into flow. Right. More art of it, yet or stay where you are waiting and then resist it and resist it. Exactly. And that's where you that's where people talk about, well, if you keep doing that it's going to escalate until it's the, you're gonna reach a breaking point. You, you know, and I've personally had that experience reaches a breaking point because you are resisting the next step. And, you know, your life will only be so patient with you. So it will get you there. However it needs to get you there. So the idea is to be really proactive in the way you live just take those next steps now, but you have to train yourself to do that. I mean you have to train a degree of. Trust in a really trust in, and a lot of us have broken our trusts. We don't trust ourselves. We don't trust the universe, and we don't trust other people because everybody's broken it at some point somewhere. So to be able to trust that. Your next step is. There means you sometimes have to start with just building a little bit of trust at a time. So it's kind of a big thing entering your way back to it. Yeah. Yes. Definitely true. What would you say to somebody who is on the verge of a breakdown, which is loaded statement because one should never be veering off in looking at the breakdown and thinking. Well anytime now. Yeah, but, but someone that feels like they're getting closer someone who's just coming back from the break down. I would encourage them one to flow through..

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"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

13:44 min | 2 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"Welcome summer to the spiritual business school podcast and any so excited to have you here. Tell us a little bit about what you do. And what's flow dream? Well, hey day, let's blood on my gosh. Okay. So being that, you know, probably everybody listening listening because they're interested in business. I will kind of give the business slant to what I do. And the things I built and so on. So I have a company called flow dreaming. But it's actually also technique and it's a philosophy. It was born out of several books that I wrote, maybe what thirteen fourteen years ago, and before that it's just a process a technique. I've been doing I say, almost my whole life. It's a method for creation. It's a method for co creating. For us. The words emotional reconditioning right for changing the way that you, you feel so that the universe can change what it offers to you. So I've been teaching people about this, and sharing the philosophy, the methodology and created lots of Audio's Bork's and, and my, my beautiful Meese school, which is a program. But that's that's basically flow dreaming. I mean, we can kind of take it apart after this, and talk a little bit more about the nuances. So one of the things I love asking spiritual entrepreneurs because that's the word that are kind of signed to people who are working in healing spaces, or creating hewing, businesses or businesses that have something to do with the other spiritual realms or tapping into a larger part of yourself, take me back to fourteen years ago when you or how long ago did you start this process? When did the first realization come to you that there's a process here is something that I'm doing is something I can teach. Oh my God. That was two thousand. Okay. Or two thousand two thousand and one so many years ago, I had a company called readers and writers magazine in this was me saying to my heritage. No, I am not going to do anything, psychic or to it if I'm gonna I'm gonna be a grownup, dammit. I'm going to go to college and go into literary writing. And so do the responsible thing. Yes, I'm not going to be like my mother. So I started this, this magazine. And because I was only like twenty something at the time and had no business experience, people loved it, and they raved about it, and I produced tens of thousands of copies every single month. People all through San Diego. But unfortunately, because I didn't know how to monetize it the whole thing just fell apart. I lost like thirty grand on at the end. And there was a point when we were really struggling that I got together with my mom, and she became like my diet, buddy, except she was my manifesting, buddy, and I'd call her up, mom, you know what do I do? And I said, you, we've got to manifest, we've got to create this, and, and so we get on the phone together, and we would just start kind of talking through together going into this space. And the space was hey, let's feel, how your magazine is so successful, how it is so amazing how it is bound to full and fruitful. And it takes you to the next step in your life, and this and that. And one day when we were doing this process, we both kind. Stopped and my mom's that are, are you seeing what I'm why you feeling? And I said, yeah. Where where where are we? And it was like we had lifted. I it's hard to explain an esoteric experience. But we had lifted into this other state of being which I can I called flow because I later researched flow, psychology the state of being out of time out of space, the sensation of movement. Pure pure concentrated uninterrupted, you just lose sight of everything. And we got into the state of flow. We felt like we were above and beyond and outside everything, and we were doing it in a spiritual state, not necessarily like the state than an athlete doesn't or a scientist, does it we had moved into this other realm spiritual room. And I said, well, we can really create here. This is this is like goal. This is bonanza, so we began creating in that space and. Kind of from this flow. Dreaming came about and I realize, hey, I can actually get myself. They're all need to do is daydream. Right. Do you kind of guided conscious daydreaming? It's like the opposite of night. Lucid dreaming and lucid daydreaming I bring in strong, intense emotion, and then I generate this sensation of flow, which is pure line that really's understanding we all have like a bigger aspect to ourselves and that aspect is timeless and its ancient. And there is a path, of course, for us like water that flows to the sea, and if you could just release into that, even a little bit, and then start putting in your desires, you're creating this magnification of everything that you are that you're doing in this intense alignment, so voter make really came from that, and that's maybe a longer explanation than you wanted. But it's kind of interesting because. You know, ten fifteen what is it now twenty? Oh, jeez. Twenty five years later. I'm not that old. You know, it just it just became a huge thing just became a thing. And I guess I'm here to shepherd it and what I'd get excited about him. I think everyone listening you to get excited about is the process of being able to turn it on, and turn it off, so that you can be in the moment where you're working, and you need to figure something out of you need to create something, you need to accomplish something to be able to flip that on. And then when you want to just be, or go have fun or go check out or go do live your daily life, or whatever it is that you need to do that. You can turn it on or turn it off the internet offer. Turn it on. Yeah. Depending on how you need it. I got so tired of manifest excuse me, not manifesting monitoring my thoughts catching myself going into lack thinking, and, you know, just. At the time, you know, the emphasis was on African nations. And how you think, and, and I always felt like I'm a busy mom with a full time corporate job. I don't have time. I can't do that. I'm stressed half the day. And I tried to meditate and found, you know, just wasn't quite for me because my mind would way, rather have me throw a bone for it like a dog, you know, and just say go feel this go just go into that space, if I get my mind something to do sort of like a meditation, when you do a sound your own, you're giving your your, your mind something to do while my mind wanted to create on my behalf. It was very happy if I have just let it go out there and do it, and that became my sort of soothing place. So I don't know where I was going with this. Waiting can pretty much be anywhere. It's kind of like a reversal for all of the negative thinking all the crummy, I caught like leaking like all leak throughout the day. We leak our insecurities we leak our fear thoughts. We leak our lack thoughts and is very normal. It's, it's a biological condition for us beware. What will come next? We had to evolve and survive. But now we're trying to transition to the next level where it's not just the fear thoughts. Not just the lack thoughts, so we have to consciously create those shifting moments for ourselves. And when you go into flow and you do flow, dreaming, you are stating to the universe. This is what I am match me. And that's that's the other big part really of the whole philosophy. Instead of doing all kinds of things working your little, but off to try and get the world to give you the things that you need, you know, basically, kind of trying to enter this, this tug back and forth scenario. You become those things inside yourself. I and you challenge the world to mirror, you and match you so you don't wait for good stuff to show up and then feel great about it. You feel great first, and then let the world show up with the good stuff. I call it putting the cart before the horse, you know, emotionally, and, and maybe you've heard this concept before. But there's just something about understanding that you can feel any way you want to feel anytime you want to feel it. You don't have to wait for the world to give you permission. You don't have to wait for an event to happen. You don't have to wait for an opportunity to come. You don't have to wait on all those things that I call excuse me. Power leaks. You know, these are the things that you are waiting on that have more power than you to allow you to feel a certain way. Not inflaming. You start feeling the certain way you become this, and then the world has to match you. I mean, if it goes one way, why not go the other way? Right. Right. This other way that we're talking about now with Flo. Dreaming, seems much more effortless than struggling against this belief for this idea that well, I'm trying really hard. And I'm I'm visualizing manifest. And get my, why hasn't it showed up? And then you think the worst thoughts about yourself? Yeah. Like I must be doing it wrong or I don't deserve it or I'm not good enough. And on your leaking everywhere. Yeah. What happens is in that sense. What you really co creating is I have really strong desire. But I get frustrated that it's not happening the way I want or when I want it. So you're creating a cross current at this point. And that's it gets almost Buddhist at a certain point because you're getting into this, this perfect zone between desire and detachment. I am this thing. But I'm completely detached as to how and win it creates it self for me. So to go back to the magazine for a second. If anybody put that together, I did say it totally failed. Right. So does low driven totally fail. No. No. As it turns out floating, you know, my life, my higher self source, whatever you wanna call. It was trying to get me into white, my hands of that. No, we have other plans for you. You have other gifts. Don't make us have wasted our gifts on you. And as we were just talking about the same way that we talk about that is, is that when a door closes, or there's no or there's a failure. Or there's somebody it doesn't work out. Yeah, it's your higher self or the higher power. Whatever you wanna call it. Yeah. Protecting you from future that you don't want. Exactly. And in my case, it didn't want me to be a slave to a money, losing literary magazine for the rest of my life. Look what happened to magazines in the time since then. Well, exactly, it was right on the cusp. And that was another thing that I was kind of too dull and business understand it was right on the cusp when print advertising was dying and internet advertising was surging. I was right there in that window. So I remember we put out the last. I was gonna say episode, I'm so used to podcasting. We put out the last imprint of it. The last issue a couple of weeks later, I sent a cold, call brochure meaning cold call like they didn't know it was coming. There were not even any job listings to accompany, call. Hey house. Oh, here we go. It's gonna hang house, though. We're going to break the pattern in the flow of what's going on. No pun intended. You made a reference earlier about your mom, and I feel like I want to go back and talk about that because I know a little bit about your mom, but I want everyone else to know about your mom because it I'm I'm going to make a leap here in Sadegh big part with shaping who you are. And the business that you have in the success that you have now. Yeah. Started very early for you. It did. Yes. So my mom is a fantastic, intuitive and medium. My grandmother was a fantastic healer. She did touch for health. She did palm reading tea leaf reading I find that the, the specific arts that each generation does change. So my grandmother grew up in the time when you did palmistry and tea leaves and her mother likewise, going even back further did astrology way back in the planes in the middle of the US as a farmer. I mean. So we've we have this weird family line family tradition. You know, I'm the oldest daughter. My mom is the oldest daughter. My grandmother's your oldest daughter. So we have this oldest daughter of the oldest daughter, the oldest, Dr kind of hands down, the strength compounds a little trippy on the I never thought much about it until I went over to Ireland and I was doing a workshop there. And they said, oh, you know that you have all the second signs of this, and that I said, oh, I did. No, I didn't know that was the thing they're like, oh, very. Thank you. Thank you. I'll take it. But yeah, so that's what I meant like, I I'm not going to be like, my family..

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Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"And I have one more thing. Yes, I have something for you. So I didn't know if you were more of baseball hat or a trucker hat guy, that you can pick which one, you want take this one Rucker. Almost is I'm gonna wear all over India while I'm dead. The word take pictures because I don't know. But. But. Yeah. Be careful take a buddy or Marceca censor a little bit without a for my dad because my dad doesn't like this either. But I wanted to get him a hat. I put tape over it and I put a lot. Stay a lot instead as is and just see where I get with C gets up, and I'm going to tell you, I'm getting arrested him and take a picture of it. And like tag, you on Instagram. Soccer die. Oh my God. That's. I love it. Okay. And the where do we find you? If you're in L A, and we wanna work with you or get somebody work or what do you have going on that? We can get in touch with you that, yes. So I'm like more Email addresses. So I haven't website, Alex tack dot com. And as a really easy way to contact me there. Alex at Alex, taka dot com. It's you are still running on all of this. Description and on the websites twelve it, thank you so much been so great. I love meeting, new people and again one more time. This is me reaching out over Instagram. Other people have reached out to me, over Instagram. I've never met you before ever in person status is an amazing opportunity and you guys listening. You can do this, too. All you gotta do is just start being yourself and putting it out there. Turn your lights on having amazing time awesome. Thank you, again, so much. And I'll.

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Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

11:26 min | 3 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"That's not necessarily a goal of mine, but I still know I would find something in there that would be incredible in the same way that if I were to go take a painting class or go take a cooking class. I would still find something like potentially even spiritually related that would make sense for me to have made it worthwhile. So I guess there's always a little nugget hidden somewhere or cosmic breadcrumbs. I call them that all the time where it's like you never know where you're going to find one of them. And I wish there was like an app like Pokemon go, you just like, like red crown. Get right on it. But that's, but that's my favorite part about ongoing education, which it sounds like as part of a yoga training like you're continuing to do more and more of that. So what other areas, have you kind of reached out in into pass yoga, because I know that you like specialization certifications for meditation all sorts of stuff. Yeah. So I'm kind of all of it like I've stuck my finger in every or whatever they're saying is like all over the place. I am sitting but I know. Exactly. So I've tried to like a whole bunch of stuff my natural just like random. We've talked about, like synchronicity and things unfolding was. I went into Pilates after having this really cool offer. But woman who was just like I love your energy, and I want to open a bloody studio, and I want to help you do teacher training so you can teach at it, and I was like, okay, and it was really cool, getting into a little bit more anatomical stuff, and then I moved into bodywork, which was really to me, like the integration of everything that I know like semantic work, energy, and just kind of, like, you know, treating a person or a meeting person as a whole instead of, like, you know, I need to work on my short. But it's it's the whole thing it's emotional. It's core work. Yeah. So I mean, literally interested in anything I do all sorts of crazy weird semantic breath work stuff now. I mean you'll catch me at, like, any random workshop that someone invites me to your favorite kind of spiritually workshop places in L A. So I love Rama. They are just opening one on this the side with us. One in Venice. I think they have another location, too. So I really. Love that some really powerful Kunda Leany, and really cool workshops there. That's my favorite one that comes off the top of my head. Yeah. So if I'm hearing this story because I want, like reiterated again, for everybody's listening because he's just like so many lessons that are like tucked away in all of this. So you, you started the yoga training thing you became more and more comfortable with yourself in authentically, presenting yoga in being the version of yoga that you truly are, and that attracted somebody to you, the loved what you did. And then that person had the means or the ability or the networking to help take you to a hold on their level. And then that happened. And you said, yes, and you'll braced it new jumps forward yet. So that's like a thing. I want everyone to hear that, like, the, the, the point of all of this is that, you know, the more authentic, you are the more out there. You are in terms of sharing your gifts with everybody than the more opportunities, you have for people who love what you're doing to find you and become your client becomes someone. That's going to help you along the way, become somebody that's gonna point you in the right direction or give you the right introduction, or anything like who knows what's going to have. But it's all part of this, like big synchronous take web of stuff that happens around us all the time. And if you're not paying attention where you're not being offensive that stuff doesn't really ever happen the way it should. That's what you've experienced anything everybody needs to like, get that. I think that's a great lesson. And even back before that, I mean, I was still like working in politics in, like, did my yoga teacher training. And I was like, okay, I want to be a yoga teacher. And it's like why at like how do I go from like a seemingly? I could have done that like for the rest of my life, and like been set, like whatever. But I was like, okay, I want to be a yoga teacher. And it's like when you're fresh out making twenty dollars a class or something like that. That's really intimidating to go from like a salary to that. So it's just like working with what's around you? So I'd like oh like these staff members all need like a yoga class. Oh, just start like putting together a lunchtime like it doesn't have to be go out in, like something random and crazy and cool happens. It will. But just kind of working with what you have to like, do graphic design, and you also have your yoga teacher training. Can you go volunteer? For like, nonprofit yoga studio and make them flyers or like find a way to use whatever you're doing to like, in have in front of you to, like, also. Yeah. So for you, do you, did you make a clean break from the political thing and jump right in its yogurt? Did you also like a slow pivot? I did a slow pet I think I taught for two years, like in a slow I mean it started with just every other weekend. And then I was teaching like crazy like morning lunch evening, and like working a fulltime job because I was scared. I was scared to quit. And an also though, what that did do was gave me freedom to not put so much pressure on myself creatively and to wait until I felt confident enough, which it was still scary. I still like said, yes, when I was like. But it was, you know, gave me space to, like, feel like I can grow and it's hard to put dollar amounts on your creative like abilities, not like I mean, you're not your value, but just like being like, oh, we'll I better get this job. So I better be creative, like it's like just gave me a little bit more freedom to, I don't know grow a little bit more before. I felt ready to off on my own a very practical way. Yeah. Kind of practical. Yeah. Refine but practice, Gary put. Yes. Back in my mouth does not need to be need to be coming out, so then because that's another thing I think a lot of people struggle with, like, okay. We'll have an energy healer. I'm a meditation teacher or I do this, or I do that. How am I gonna make it work? Full-timer how we're going to make that pivot. And it sounds like an I'm gonna ask you more about this. I think after the break is like, what were the things of the lessons you learned in that process of pivoting he's, I think that's really important to know. So let's definitely talk about that. But the question I have for you now is so tell me about the kind of the unfolding of the nemesis fuck idea. Like so, so when did that pick up when did you know, it was a clothing line? So tell everybody, what that is. Yeah. So, like I said it was just like, okay. I got the name now and I knew I wanted I'd like a few. I, I guess I didn't even have the shirt ideas by then 'cause it's like a lot of the lot of them say I was. But I just had like a running list like that's another really good tip to. It's just like your notes thing in your phone. Just like any random idea. You have even if you don't know what it's for. It's like splat it down like so you have it 'cause I can't tell you how many times I've gone back in, like, what's funny, Instagram caption, and just go through all my massive notes are like shirt ideas, or whatever, or even you know, random other stuff that I've ended up getting into. So got the URL miracle cure for everybody. That's also listening is like we're gonna talk. I'm going to do a video on this because I get asked about it. A lot is like how to pick the right. You are. Literally, like mining for treasure, and we can digging for treasure just have to get online. And then sometimes the best one is taken or you can't get it or they want, like one hundred thousand dollars for it, which is definitely happened to me before. And it's just like okay forget it. And so you have to kind of pivot and make shifts. So I'm going to go through all the different details of how that works in that video started digress pain. Now. That's great. I wish I had you at the beginning of all of this. Yes. So we got the URL, and then just started I contacted someone who knew how to make I had no clue. Like, what I was doing talked to a few people and my boyfriend worked in a clothing distribution and stuff. So we kinda like walked me through like this is the this is what it looks like an Mike Reid I need someone to do a tech the tech pack like Santa, and then just like, oh my gosh. It was like pulling teeth to like figure out how old that worked together like my first samples made. And again, I still thought it was just going to be like, not that big like I didn't think it was going to be like. So I was like all right, cool. I feel comfortable and not afraid thinking about this just being for my friends, and so just working to get my samples made all of our models and photo shoots are my friends or people in the Phnom stays foot community. Hit me up like you. I'm so down like can we do? And I love that about that too, because it makes me feel good. Like I don't wanna work with random people who don't care and then they people get to be involved. They get to be like a. Unity, and it's like only don't really do yoga. But like that shirts funny so like let's wear shirt, like try and go to. Yoga. Like open up a pathway for them, and they're like, oh, I can go to brunch and do yoga too. And I'm like, yes, let's. Let's all there's all sorts of ways. So, yeah, in terms of like how I did that it was just like, really crunchy like figuring all that out. That took a really long time. I had samples and photos on the website, ready in like December. I was scared. So I waited till March to launch March of two thousand seventeen and then just like Randolph through Instagram. And I just that's it just one day at a time just like really crunchy less and learning logistical stuff works through the process. I think that there's a certain part of it, where it is hard working knuckle down, and do some of that work, whether it's personal interior worker if it's pick figuring out what a tech pack is. Thank goodness for Google right? Totally. So it's, it's scary, but also all it's an adventure. I think that's the part of it to you. And that's why like people always ask me, like, how did you get used to the idea of not having a fulltime job or not working for a company and you're like, it's literally, an adventure every day you wake up, and you're like what's going to happen today? Right. And then you have. Tensions and you're like this is going to happen today. And then sometimes you have days where it works out and other days or a little crunchier like that word I'm gonna steal it. Yeah. But I know you have crunchy days and you have smoothed as I guess is that the, the all right? Feeling progress and you're like I don't know. I'd try to Joan that was an effort. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. For two. That's okay. That's part of it, then told me. So now what this was, what's the timeline? So the company went we went live March twenty seventeen. So it hasn't been a year, yet, it's been what day is it? It's been like nine ten months for more so far till the one year. Awesome. So what kind of like milestones, did you reach the, you're excited about, you know, like is it is it a matter of, like, you know, obviously sales and like the production part of it also like even personally like what do you feel more confident about now? Ten months into it that maybe you're like what I've never going to get their learning. How to not take it. So seriously, just like any other practice parallels. Just not taking it, so seriously, not personally like if someone didn't like it or something. But personally, just like this has to be the best in this, like, what does that mean? Like when I really sit down like what do you want, like a million Instagram in like a million dollars? No. Like I want a community. I want I want this to make yoga accessory. Able and for people to think about it in a different way, and I wanna have a bunch of friends who want to do yoga with me. That's like, really the goal here. So not taking being so personally, because like roadblocks, I would take really personally, like I personally failed because I couldn't get. I mean, I got the euro, but that's just like an example of just like if you can't go that way, then you're not supposed to go that way, and it's a really a fine balance between which yoga and this learning what the difference between working hard and like forcing it is and work hard, work, your frigging, buns off..

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Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

11:03 min | 3 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"Alex, welcome to the spiritual business school podcast. Thank you for having course. So we're here in Los Angeles. And I reached out to Alex, on its Seagrams. I loved what was going on, and she's going to tell you more about what's going on with our business and what she's up to, but for everyone listening, please tell us who you are what you're up to you and what you have going on. All right. Cool. So it's I guess I'll start with my name. My name's Alex Tackett? I am a yoga teacher body worker, applaud as instructor. And I'm also the owner founder of a clothing company called NAMA stays fuck. I know it's hard not to laugh. So clean the whole time. No, no. Because I feel like we, we need to elevate and graduate into the level of, we're all okay. With the fact that we're saying fuck on the podcast. And it's like as like a lot not like I mean, it's not an offensive way in a very positive and uplifting way yet a little bit of humor late. Heartedness exactly to a friend who actually works on people with their books and it's called finish your fucking book. And at first, I was like, like, soften that a little bit. It's like no finish your fucking book. So I love that you put that into your like your business name that you're like, hey, we're just doing this. Thank you love it. It's either you love it or you're like what did you just? But a reaction either way is a good thing. So I guess, like I'll talk a little bit about how the business got started. And I will start that with, I guess, when I found my yoga practice, I was it was like eight or nine years ago, fresh out of college accidentally got a job working in politics. I was living at my parents house, I had moved home, and I randomly went to a yoga class for the first time and it was like an advanced class like I had no business being in there doing yoga. For the first time I was like, oh, this is easy. It's like stretching or whatever. So I went to class and just got like my but just like totally kicked like it was like I sucked at it. I was like, angry like mad. And like all this like emotions were pouring out of me. But then at the end I felt something that I had never felt before, and it was this feeling of, like feeling alive and I'd been dealing with, like anxiety depression, like general early. Listless list listening. And all the sudden I like felt live and I felt my body and I was like, I don't know what just happened. Because I thought I hated that. But now I feel really good. So fast forward, a couple of years, I keep practicing. I do my first teacher training. And then I you know, I kept coming back to class, but I felt a little bit out of place, maybe a projection, but it just felt like everyone else kind of knew was ready, so peaceful, and Suzanne and the teachers like just do the POS. And I'm like fuck, you know. In the yoga pose and whatever, but at the end like you feel good. So it's ugly, a lot of negative self talk. I'm talking like bad in my head about the teacher about my body about what I can and can't do comparing myself to other people just like, you know, ugly, ugly crying whatever. But at the end, it's like okay, cool. I'm going to keep going. And I wanted to wear yoga clothes. It's like I go to yoga all the time, like wanna talk about it. I'd do it all the time. But all the shirts said something about like peace or like following your heart and spreading the light, which I am like all four and I think that's great. But I would have the shirt on in class and be like, you know, wanting to punch everyone else in the face, and my shirt says, follow your heart, and I'm like, I'm lying right now, like this isn't how I feel. So I was throwing names around. It was originally going to be called lions breath. And then I was hanging out with some friends and some people, I know some people, I didn't know and someone like L will, you're a yoga teacher, like you're just peaceful all the time. And my other friend goes, she's not, like your average yoga person. And I'm like, yeah I'm not mysterious book. And so that's like kind of where the name came from. Out of was total nowhere. And I was like baffles. Good. Okay. Cool. And I was still totally working at the capital at the time when I like, started, you know, getting the euro like piecing it together thought it wasn't really going to be a thing. And now it's turning into thing, and it's really cool hearing from people that are just like I wanted to do yoga, but I didn't feel like there was space for me to, like suck at it. And like be ugly like hate on myself, but now it's like creating a little bit of more flexibility with that. And like a little bit of light. Heartedness. I truly love that too, because in any form of spiritual practice whether it's meditation or yoga or. Intuitive abilities or crystals or whatever it is that, that people get into there is a learning curve, and I think everyone forgets that there's this process where like you gotta deal with some stuff before you get to that place. And then you plateau a little bit. And then you have to figure out how to get to the next level in the next level the next level. And that's just really how it works have. And so there's I feel you because I've had my relationship with yoga to which I think I'm coming back into a little bit and kind of circling back now that I can like go do yoga with Adrian or whatever on face on and just kind of get myself into a place where I feel comfortable with it, but I when I was in New York, I would go to these, like, Vikram yoga classes, Bickram yoga union square, and you're in there with, like professional actors and dancers, and gymnasts, and like these people that are doing things with their body, and you're like this, like, practically, you know, chronically hung over. It's trying to like make it happen. And it just is hilarious. And it's intimidating. And we think any former spiritual practice now can be intimidating because there's so many people out there saying to this way do it this way. You're supposed to feel this. You're supposed to feel that and I love that you're just like, no, it sucks sometimes and you heard, and you wanna cry and you're having a breakdown, but then I think what everyone gets reminded by and kind of one of those laws of personal development that I love to follow his that anytime you're heading towards a breakdown, and you can feel it happening and you just like going to give up or you're like you can't handle it anymore. You're literally on the verge of having a breakthrough. So I feel like not exactly what was going on for you. If I'm reading into the narrative of, like I don't know what's going on. But I know that at the end of a yoga class after I've liked sweated out, crowded out, hated every second of it that I'm then at have this, like, this breakthrough endorphin based, I'm sure breakthrough moment of clarity of this is something that I know is good for me and I'm going to keep doing it. So I'd say that for everybody listening to, like, when you're getting. Caught up in, like the business part of it or the web part of the tech part of it, or the how am I gonna make this happen, part of it? Like just remember that on the other side of all that frustration and anxiety is going to be, even if it's just like a minute at the end where you're like, okay, I know what I have to do. Like I know which direction I need to go in. It's incredibly helpful even have that one split second of clarity. Totally and the acknowledgement that like pain and frustration is progressive like that, that discomfort is actually, like you doing, the work and has actually even with, like, dealing with, like depression, or failure, or anything like it can be very like, like you're working through something to, like get somewhere. It's not like you're just stuck in the same place going backwards. It's like something you need to work through to get to where you need to. It's important. It's part of the journey, why are you here? Exactly. So I love that too about like the idea of approaching even yoga in the idea of, like, you know, like follow your heart t shirt being authentic because I feel like a lot of people also are. Sometimes it's hard to be. Be that all the time. It's hard to be in the, the spiritual uplifted magical place like it's, it's tough to sustain that because we're human, and you get frustrated and you get mad or you're getting, you know, somebody cuts, you offer the lines taking too long for your coffee, and you have a little cranky moment. Like all of that's fine. As long as it doesn't become like the narrative of your entire life, exactly that it's not like completely out of balance where you have eighty percent of your life is his meltdowns and freaking out on people in twenty percent of your life is like total serenity amazing clarity like some people have that right now. And so I think the goal is shifting that. So where you even like like you're saying with the journey like you just you're getting into balance with it. So it's like it's not it's not so much about, like flipping switch and having everything fall into place, because I don't think that's sustainable, for the most part. It's a slow pivot. It's a slow progression of finding even the middle ground where okay? I know that the spiritual part of me is something that I'm accepting an embracing, but I also recognize that I could be a hot mess sometimes, and that I want to be honest and authentic about it. Because if you're walking around pretending that you're per. Angel spiritual enlightened being, but you're still also a hot mess on the other side of it. Like who does that help? It doesn't help anybody. It's pretty an accessible that way. So that. So tell me about your kind of progress the progression of you like becoming a yoga teacher. Because I think that to me, it sounds like it's the first step on the way to realising all of this stuff. Right. Is definitely. Yeah. I don't know what would have happened to me if I didn't if If I. I was not even worry about. But yeah, I guess you're right. So yoga teacher training like a big part of this for me is getting to know yourself. And by knowing yourself, you can know, like you know, what your strengths are what your weaknesses are when you're like just having a freakout need to make space for it. And when you're ready to, you know, work harder, like be peaceful and a way that I got to know myself for the first time really ever, or I'm always doing that now even was teacher training. And even if you're not interested in being a yoga teacher, like really taking the time to sit with yourself. And, you know, if someone's stick sued in front of a class in tells you like tell them to do this thing that you're like nervous that you even understand, and you're worried about how you sound and feedback and what they're thinking. And then you have to do it again, and again, and again, and then he like, become more comfortable in your body, and your voice, and your spiritual, like it makes you commit an address your spirituality, in a different way. Even if you're not like the spiritual person or you know, that kind of person it's. Really important. And I would recommend that to anyone or like extended workshops or something like that there's something to like flex your creative power on your own cut of sense of authenticity in your sense of self. And I think that's a you know, a lot of people listening to, like, you'll go and do a weekend workshop or in-depth immersion certification program that will take you a couple of weeks or even just like going to a one day seminar with somebody who you're interested in learning from all of those kind of investments in yourself as a teacher, or as a seeker, or as even light worker, or an energy healer, or yoga teacher meditation, like all of it, there's no wrong way. And there's no part of any of these experiences where you won't get, like even at the base level, you'll get like one thing that they'll say that you'll either change your perspective on something or you'll see something from a different angle, or to help you find a new path, or new direction to go into. So that's one of my favorite parts to is going just for no reason whatsoever. Like I have no, I, you know, for example. Me to go to yoga training class and to, to become or begin the part of the journey of becoming a yoga teacher..

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Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

09:25 min | 3 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"Exciting new step on the journey to becoming spiritual entrepreneur, you're destined to be. So one of the things I love asking spiritual. Entrepreneurs is like what is it day? Look like free. What's the day in the life of Stevie Wright, health coach extraordinaire health coach extraordinaire? So I usually get up. I wish I could say, I'm like five AM. I'm so not. Peace with the fact that I've. Yeah. I mean I don't know about. Never I like keep sitting it as a user, dilution, and that hasn't happened yet, and maybe I should just let go of it, but I really like maybe six AM more doable. But yeah, I usually wake up around eight AM, I start to with lemon water apple cider vinegar shot about design vinegar for digestion. I kind of write down three things that I really want to get done that day. I will usually wou I usually like light some incense or license Palo Santo. And then I, depending on what my schedule is like I'll see clients. I will do a Facebook live. I'll post something I will go to a coffee shop and work. I will meet up with a girlfriend. It's, it's my schedule is it's so nice working for yourself because it's really fluid. But it usually has to do with clients do some sight of posts show of, in some sort of way, adding value. And that's usually what do I? Yeah. So, what's, what's your quitting time usually, I don't see clans peice six usually, and I don't see clients on the weekends just to give myself some self care, and then I usually around six or seven we'll go to the gym. Some people are like how do you go to the gym? Soleil. I love going to the gym late. It's like it actually I have no problem sleeping. And then I'll come home make dinner for my boyfriend and I and we usually watch a movie or something or we'll do some reading. Tell me about, like your, your food habits like what's it? Good breakfast. What's the typical breakfast for you? Typical breakfast for me is I'll do a Fab Four smoothly. Do follow Kelly Hlavac. No, she's wonderful. Everyone has to follow be well by Kelly. She is just a goddess. She just came out with a book called body love. And she teaches this Fab Four lifestyle. So fat fiber protein greens, that is best way to stay stay stay satiated, curb your cravings balance, your blood sugar. It's the best way to do all those things. So I'll usually start with a smoothie, it'll be almond milk, like a quarter Cup of strawberries, I'll do protein powder of protein powder. I'll do of KADO. I'll do flaxseed or Chia seed. And that's usually my breakfast, or I'll have to exit have an KADO lunch is usually salad. I like right now. I'm really digging. Spinach Ruge with, like a lemon drizzle and olive oil jizzle was like dice strawberry. Oh my gosh, so good. And then hemp seeds is really, really delicious, and then dinner, I usually do like chick. I'm very limited in my cooking skills, by the way, if you are wanting to be a healthy like you're trying to change your diet. You really don't have to be Julia child, and they kitchen you at all. You just have to know a few things and you can make it work. I love chicken tacos. A gluten free tortilla. I do gluten free pasta. I do veggie stir fry. Yeah. It's very simple. I'm also a big fan of the simple. Yeah. Oh my I usually just like grow vegetables. I've become like the king L master just finding like either cheapest cauliflower. Can get my hands on just like grilling an eating that because at some point I could put a lot of effort into learning a bunch of different things in like great if you love cooking. That's awesome. But also I just don't I don't have a love for it. I think I'd want to spend hours and hours doing it. So for me, it's like still do it in a very mindful way. Yeah. So like the coconut oil that I get in the way that I I. prepare everything, and I'll put it in the oven and then, like, usually this is this is just me, but I wouldn't recommend this. I don't put a timer on. I wait until I can kind of smell that it's ready. You listen to your intuition, listening, cooking intuition. And then I'll I'll put it on if it's not done that'll put it back in, but hover around, but I never sit and watch it. Yeah. Which, I guess, may or may not be a good thing. Well, one thing I tell my clients to. And this is, you know, people think that like if you are trying to be healthy, you have to like cut out chocolate cut out all the things you do. It's like so tortuous at its it's deprivation, it's really not about that. There are so many options and, you know, you don't have to I mean, everything in, in moderation, but there are better versions of everything, like I, I love chips. And when I first got into this journey as like, oh, my God, I'm going to get rid of chips and chocolate. You don't there's better versions, and one of my favorite brands of chips as foods, my favorite chocolate is Justin's. It's just it's dark. Chocolate has a lower sugar percentage. What else there's again, the, the gluten free pasta. If you're gluten free. There's gluten free tortillas. There's really high quality, tuna and fishing. There's really great quality versions of everything. You just have to make conscious swaps. Yeah. I'm just search for spiritual people, I think are always seeking answers, and sometimes those answers are easy to seek like what kind of chicken should I be getting, and then you can go online and find like sustainably, healthy whatever spiritual chicken. That's like maybe there is there's a, there's a brand of chicken out there someone's going to start one where they meditate with Julius was blessed with you. Do they do Himalayan pink? I don't know what it is. But I know for fact, there's somebody out there doing something like that. And so you just have to look for it. You have to look for it. But again, it doesn't have to be that hard. There's just there's, there's healthier swaps and you can have all of your favorite things. It's just a different a different version healthier version. It comes back this same processes doing your business card. Yeah. You make the, you know, the incomplete swap and then you make the D minus wop and then you make the cease while swab, and then you're having your spiritual chicken sandwich. You get all the way your gluten free, you know, whole brand so that I think, is that's the process that I used at this point because I've been going through the same thing this year two thousand seventeen has been incredible for a lot of reasons like a website, going up like the podcast, starting all this things kind of coming into focus in me really stepping into as you were saying that powerful state of being where you're like this is what I am turning on the lights on and let it all happen. Like let's attract everything we want to track. And part of that, I think was taking a long look at how I was eating and, like, the my habits around food. And like, the, you know, the things I inherited from my family are inherited from life for the stories. I had made up about the types of food, I was eating and what I, quote unquote, needed to feel like I was being taken care of her taking care of myself. And so that's been a huge part of it, and you try, like, I, I did like the I did the jump of saying, okay? Well, let me go to eight plus I'm going to Kito it's going to happen. And then I started getting more of the research, and I was like, okay, the reality is, is if you don't. Keep track of the numbers, this could be very bad for. Oh, yeah. So then I was like, okay, so maybe not Kito. And then I was like, oh, I'm going to do like the Tim Ferriss four our bottom, and do that. And then you start to do that. And you're like, but I don't like the way I feel when I have my cheat day, and then I'm sick for a day after that. I don't like that. So that doesn't work for me. And now, actually, I just met with the whole thirty coach. So I'm going to do the whole thirty Clinton January which have really excited. And so that's going to be more of a recent to figure out one of the pieces that I shouldn't be doing because I love the process of taking everything out, and then slowly reintroducing designed, exp- science experiment. Kind of. Yeah. Yeah. I know like dairy like a lot of normal triggers. But I loved, I'll be able to say okay like what does like can I really potatoes are Shimin like can I really this whole thing they eat eggs, like it's my job. So that's a question that I need to find out the answers for. So I'm really excited about that. But then coming back into it after thirty I know that there's gonna be more holistic spiritual food approach that I'm to want to, to look at. And I'm sure I'm going to call you won't be like holidays. So I had a question. So what is it like working with you? So what is the process like if you're on boarding a new client, like if I were to start working with you? What does that process? Look like how does it work? So we do a free consultation, and I just wanted to get to know you, what are you struggling with? What are your concerns? What is something that's been on your mind? What can't you seem to get over or what goals can you not seem to meet just to find exactly what what's going on with you? And then I do a six month program and going back to the dumping to like the eight-plus I do six. Program because it really gives us a whole bunch of time to find out what works doesn't work jump on the wagon fall off the wagon get back on the wagon. Really figure out what works and what doesn't work because we're all by individuals, and something that makes one feel amazing and vi- had vitality could be detrimental for someone else. And it's like you know with, with veganism I have clients who are who are vegan, and they really thrive on it, and they feel so good. And where someone else they need me and they a vegan diet could be horrible for them. So it's really finding out what works what doesn't? And how can we find a lifestyle that sustainable, because I could give you a meal plan, and send you on your way, but I know that's not going to be sustainable. So six months is such a great amount of time and it really gives us time to find a lifestyle that works. And we meet twice a month for forty five to sixty minutes, and you have unlimited Email access to me, and.

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Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

10:00 min | 3 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"But I know other students who have done that a lot of times, I hear from students that they if they're stuck in their car, they're commuting that they will dictate things on their phone, and then they go home and write it, and that's a way to open open up their writing. I do think that can be really valuable Myra since I've been writing for so long. I think my voice is already in my words. In fact, I have a lot of people, sometimes even like my Facebook posts than I have people. Right. This sounds just like you. So I think that I think that I've been doing this for long enough that my voice is already radius, tablist in my writing, but for someone who's just starting out who's maybe a little bit more fearful of writing, or sounding a certain way that, yeah, that dictation could be really helpful because I think that we don't always hear the way we, we don't always hear the way that we speak. And we think that it's just off the cuff, but often that's the best stuff when you're writing or when you're speaking from the heart, and it's unconscious or subconscious in your letting the truth come out. I think that your voice really shines and everyone's voice and so unique. That's one of the other things about writing. That's so great is that everyone's voice is a little bit different in everyone has a slightly different perspective on, on the world. So I think that allowing that truth to come out and really just being yourself is so important to talk about the, the voice because how do you know when you found it? Because I think a lot of people are they're used to going on Facebook and writing posts. And maybe sometimes they'll be a little sarcastic or they'll be a little bit more. I don't know just they'll be a little bit more of a an affectation or a little bit of a filter between how they really feel in how they're portraying themselves. How do we remove that filter? How do we get to the point of total authenticity between how we write in who we are? That's such a good question. I think it takes some time and some practice. But I do think one of the ways that you start is to just is to just start writing and start writing the way that you would talk, and I feel like Facebook is one of those places where a lot of people do try to make themselves seem better or smarter. Or you know, they're trying to be funny or whatever. And I think in your personal writing you just think about what you have to say, I think that's maybe the starting point you know what, what is it that you have to say and maybe when you begin you don't think so much about what other people are going to think about it. You just think about how you would feel reading it one of one of another really good piece of advice is, I think it's from twenty Morrison is to write the book that you want to read, and I think that applies to blogs into anything else, too. What would you respond to if you were reading it and write it that way, because I think that's, that's part of how you find your voice is, what really resonates with you. And what really fit. And what really feels authentic. And I think when you find it, it kind of clicks, it's like one of those things where you're like, oh, yes. This, this is me. This is really who I am. And people will respond to that. And I think maybe that's one of the other barometers to is that when people are connecting with it. I think that you have found it and, you know, it is shift and changes you grow and change to as your voice will kind of shift and different audiences will have different. You'll have different ways of talking to different people eventually. But I think that as a starting point just to think about what you want to say, and who you are. And how you can express it just like what you said about your essay how you can express it that no one else would what is your perspective on life? And what is your personal views on what you're saying, and I think that that's really going to help people people open up and be honest, and get to that voice voice is also. Not one of those things that you can't you can't teach that has to come from you, and it has to come from practice and just continuing to write until you figure it out and figure out what you want to say, in how you wanna say it, and what feels what feels like you people generally have a good sense of who they are. And I think we're afraid to admit who we are often. But I think that, that's, that's when, you know, when it feels like you when someone will say, hey, that sounds just like Hugh, or I know you wrote this, because that sounds like you. That's, that's when it's like, oh, this is me, and this is my voice, and I think that's a really important moment in. It's kind of an exciting moment for writers to, like, yes, I got it. And that's the breakthrough I think that everyone's looking for when it comes to the writing everything starts to flow. It starts to become easy. You look forward to it in certain circumstances. Because I know before I started writing on a regular basis, every time I sat down to write it felt like I was writing a book report that was due tomorrow. You know that feeling of oh gosh, it's due tomorrow. I waited this whole time and like their stress and then there's like guild, and then there's this all these layers of things that I put on top of myself, you know, before I go into the writing process, and it does not feel good and yield good. It doesn't yield good writing. So what, what are some of those with your, your students in some of your clients, what are some of those exercises of the practices that you could do you, not you? We talked a little bit of journaling, but what else can mean kind of get over that or to start to bring writing into our lives in a way that is helpful. It's also a good question, so free writing as one of the best things, and it's a free writing, which I often call word vomit is sort of it's, it's, it's, it's just vomiting out what's in your head. And the idea is that you put your pen to paper, you put your hands on keyboard, you set some amount of time, ten fifteen minutes, and you don't stop writing and your unconscious will resist that you will you will have trouble at, at the start. But if you force yourself to keep writing so often, I tell my students that, you know, even if you're writing this is awful, or I can't do this after a couple of lines of that your brain will get tired and start writing some real stuff. And that's a really good way to get whatever is in your head just on the page, and you'll be amazed. I find this all the time I do it myself when I'm having trouble when I get stuff, I often do a free right either about what I'm writing about or just what's happening in my head. If I'm feeling I'm feeling cell. Doubt or if I'm feeling a lack of confidence, and I'll just kinda ride it out. And I'm always amazed at what comes out. I it really does sort of people like bomb it. It's like you always sort of surprise at what's there. And what can be accessed when you when you take away when you take away the pressure and free, right? Is a really good way to do that. So I think that's a really good exercise. One of my other favorite exercises is to have people write about a first. So either I have school or a first day or something like that. That's that's happened in their lives. And that often opens them up to things that they didn't think about either. And I think one of the great things about writing about your past is that you realize how many experiences you have gone through. And how much is in you gained from just living your life and writing that out, and you after you look at it when you're done, you're like, wow, this actually has a lesson, or this has something interesting that I can maybe turn into something bigger or things like that, that just kind of come out of forcing yourself to write about something in the past or, or doing rewrite exercise or something like that group, I'm going to start doing them on a regular basis free rights are amazing. I think for I mean, I think journaling is really helpful, but I think even a lot of us feel like oh, I don't have anything import. To say, so I can't write in my journal and free ride is the exact opposite where you don't do it in something that you don't do it in a pretty book do it. I'm just like a notebook or on your computer. I have a file. That's just I actually also called him. Download some times where I just download everything that's in my head, and I just have a file, and I tend not to reread them, but what comes out of them gets me thinking about something I might be able to write about and getting it out. Oh, sorry. I was just gonna say getting out getting it out of your head. Also, it breaks that block. Right. Getting just just forcing it to get out of your head allows that door to open. Sorry. What were you can say? No, I was gonna question. I was going to have was exactly that. Do you ever? Go back and read it is it something where you wanna keep these downloads. Or do you wanna just put him on a piece of paper, shredder them or put him on a word document than not save it? But it sounds like it's good to have amassed somewhere. Yeah. I think it's kind of nice to have them. I mean I wouldn't navy. Don't read them right away. But if you get stuck again, or or feel like you don't have anything to say, you can kind of goes, I think, the, the value of keeping them is that you don't remember what you've written if you're doing free, right, the right way you're just getting stuff out of your head. And so it's not making a conscious connection due to your brain. So having saved them you can go back and look and you'll have maybe it's a bunch of gibberish than you have two sentences in there. Where you're like whoa. Where did this idea come from? And then you can use that to expand or you can use that as a jumping off point to write about something. So I do I do think they're worth saving unless I know that other students, and sometimes if I've written one where nothing made sense. Then I you know, you can throw it away too..

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Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

11:30 min | 3 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"What would you say to somebody who doesn't have maybe or doesn't think they have a natural ability to write because I want to address this idea of people's beliefs around their ability to write. I know for a lot of people they think will. I can't do that. I've never done it before. What would you say to somebody who thinks that way? I think I think everybody can right. It's not something that. It's not like brain surgery. You know you don't have to. You don't have to have all the special training. I think the real key is to just the honest and to go in deepen and really look at your emotions and see what you have to say. Everyone has a story everyone who's ever lived through childhood Joyce, Carol Oates has this great quote that anyone who's lived through childhood has enough to write about for the rest of their lives. We all have we all have experiences, we all go through hardships. We all go through struggles. And that's what people want to read about. They wanna read about connecting with other people who have experienced similar things, and even if the situation is slightly different those emotions are universal and so that idea that you can't right because you have nothing to say or because you're not good enough. Is that self doubt, again coming in and kind of taking over? And if you can get past that, you realize that everyone has a story and everyone's voice is valid, and worthwhile. And everyone has something to say. I love that. I mean I definitely have had that feeling where you kind of look at your childhood, and you've read things about other people's childhood, and you're like, well mine's, not as bad as that. So maybe I don't have anything to add, but at the total opposite is true. Every perspective is going to have value because there is a continuity, or there's a unity in a lot of the experiences that we've all had in people filter information in different ways. That's what I think, is have helped me get get over the, the block about writing blogs because that's something that, you know, I could do very easily for other people like, you know, I've written for other spiritual authors. Other people outside of the spiritual industry, you write blogs. You write articles you're right products? Right. All these things sometimes that easier to do than than writing about yourself. And that was one of one big struggle that I've encountered is that I could sit down and write a book about such and such author, whoever, I'm working for. And I could do it really quickly Kennedy get it done. But if I were to turn that focus. Around on myself and write about it. I don't know. I don't know what would happen because I haven't done it yet. You sit if upset. It's on my list of things to do. I mean I do. I think you're right. I think that's exactly right. That we all many of us have jobs, where we're writing emails or were writing press releases or writing memos, or whatever else were writing, and it's all for other people, and it is easier because there's not that. There's not that same fear of exposure, you know, when you when you write about yourself when you right from your personal experiences. There is definitely a vulnerability. That's a little bit scary. But that's what people really connect to the most is, is that admission of vulnerability and that DEA that everyone has this same fear in this same idea that they can't do these things or that, they, you know, that their voice isn't worth worth speaking out that other people are more important. I think most of us have some idea that we're not as important as others. And I think that's one of the things that stops a lot of people from getting. I think one of the challenges that a lot of times, I encounter when I'm working with people who are just starting out is there like what could I possibly say, we're like, how could my story is not that important or it's not that impressive, or it's not that this. And so you're on. I think there's a lot of installed limiting beliefs around our own stories, and it doesn't make any sense because weird of these beliefs come from the no one else is telling. You that, except for yourself right, right? And I think there is a little bit of fear of being vulnerable on admitting these personal troops about yourself. But again, I think those are the things that people connect with the most because everyone's afraid of that everyone's afraid of admitting the, the hard things. So I think when, when you read something that feels like someone else's admitting the same things that you're afraid to talk about. That's what really gets you. And I think that's something that beginning writers, really need to remember that, that whatever their experiences are other people are having them to even if it's not the exact same way those feelings are all very similar and just reading about other people feeling the same way opens you up and allows you to just feel that connection and feel safer in your own personal truths. And sometimes it even gives you the vocabulary that you need to talk about it. I mean there are people, I've been counted. I just don't have the words to say how I feel about it. And I think it's. Because they've never read or watch, or listen to anybody talking about something similar to what they've gone through so they don't even they actually don't know the words that they can string together in a sentence that will take you late the feelings that they're having her, sir. I do. I think that writing when I, I really honestly believe that writing saves saves lives both in the writing, and then in the reading of it, and I do think that, that it's so important to, to get over those fears into just. Yeah. In MTV known if you feel like you can't string those words together, if you just start often people, a lot of my students, I, give them a quick prompt, or gives them a little bit of nudging, and they just take off sometimes all it all you need is a door to open, and you, you can take off running. I think that's really important, too. I think that was the experience that I had it only takes a little bit of a mindset shift, and I'll go back to even as far as the first important thing that I feel like I ever wrote. Wrote was my college essay, a million years ago and, and I had written this thing. And it was it was okay it was like, I think I was writing for the audience that I was trying to intent was trying to be in oppressive writer, and I think that's a big mistake that a lot of new writers, make is they try to be impressive in the us. Ten dollar words in the us, like complex sentence structure, and they get caught up in all the trappings of what they think is going to be this amazing. Literary breakthrough thing but the reality is, and this is something again, I had invaluable amazing advice from a English teacher from high school, who was kind of helping the students with their college essays on the piece of advice that stuck with me, and I still think about to this day is you have to write it as though. Nobody else could ever with their name on it. It's got to be who honest and so true in so unique to your experience that no one else could ever say while I wrote this pass it off as their own work. And I think. That has stuck with me all the way through because whenever I feel like I'm writing and I slip into the let me put in a ten dollar word. Let me try to impress them. Let me try to do this it feels. So inauthentic to me that I'm like L? Somebody else put their name on that and say that it was them. I is you know this the, the Tony Robbins saying, which, I learned, you know, over and over again, when I was there was that, you know, people will never remember what you say, they're gonna remember how you made them feel. So I think that emotional component of putting that into it, I mean you could have the most simple sentence structure, and it could be totally uplifting in a way that people have never been lifted before. And you could have a really complex really difficult way of doing it. And it's gonna miss every time because nobody's brain can follow what point of trying to make. So the that simplicity in honesty is wanted to echo that back from what you said is the key to writing. And I think the sooner a lot of people listening to this podcast in this are our burgeoning spiritual entrepreneurs, or just somebody who wants to write more. Or, or create more change with their writing, you know, the more you can get those two little simple things of. Honesty, and transparency in authenticity and just being able to let it flow. I think the, the more you're going to be able to write in the more easily. It's gonna come to you, because I know with my essay, I went from struggling struggling struggling struggling to getting that piece of advice. And I think I finished it in a couple of hours right after that, because it just stopped I stopped trying to impress anybody. And I just tried to be me and it totally works. Yeah. I mean there are many authors who who've been told initially that they if their stuff is too weird or that they that their stuff isn't going to sell. And I think the ones who try to change it in the ones who try to do exactly what you said, sir. Put those ten dollars words in try to make themselves sound smarter or more impressive. Or whatever it never works. It never comes across his feeling authentic, and it just falls flat because won't connect with that, that sustained like in those moments where you might have writer's block. Or you might be frustrated or your loss in figuring out how to articulate something if it's not vibrating authentically from you in. You're trying to match somebody else's template of what you're supposed to be creating. I don't imagine you'd be able to get out of being stuck in writer's block. If you were that far removed from the, the process of writing. Yeah. And I think that probably is the cause of many people's writer's block to that. They sit down in a sink will I have to sound, you know, X way, and then they never get started because it's not them. And one of the things I always tell my students to is that this is where this is the only place where your weirdness in your own unique. Perspective is really valued in the because exactly what you what your English teacher said, if it's it needs the sound like you. And so one of my best pieces of advice for beginners or for people who are trying who are stuck. We're trying to get past whatever block. They're having is to just right the way you speak because that's that's who you are. And the way that you talk can be just as. Is just as valuable as, as written words as it is when you speak. And, you know, you want it to be a little bit more, polished. But as a first draft, you know, you always want to go in and just speak from the heart the way that you would talk, and I think that's the best way to get started. Interesting. You say that because I've definitely done that before, like there have been times, whether it was, I was, I mean, I bite arm her because I've been writing for too long ride, you know, done something myself, and I was quite can't type right now and I kind of accidentally stumbled on, on my MAC book, you can turn on the like Siri on your MAC and can dictate what you're saying, which totally baffled by play tried it and his pretty accurate. But it taught me a lot about my writing process, or at least my communication process of the voice, I guess, what I create because I want to talk a little bit about those elements to, but, like, you know, the way that I think I, I think I sound when I'm talking versus the way it looks when I'm reading it is pretty close than it is. An I know for some people might be a little bit further away. And you can kind of bring it closer together. But it was astounding to me that the thought processes of how I speak, you know what, what I'm just thinking. Talking versus how anyone I'm taking the time to sit down at right? We're so close. So can we talk like, how did how do you relate that because the do you ever sit down? And just record yourself in the news that as a starting point. Is that a valuable tool is that something that if you were stuck might be a good way to get unstuck? I, I actually haven't done that. I haven't tried my dictation software at this point..

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"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

12:12 min | 3 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"About all things spiritual business. I'm so happy, you could make it here. So thanks again for coming. Thanks for having me, of course. So Melanie, I would love for everyone listening to know a little bit more about your background in some of the things you've accomplished because it's a lot, and it's very impressive. So could you give us a little bit about your history as a writer on? So I been writing journals, my whole life and never really thought about doing it as a career until I got to grad school, and then I realized that you could actually make a living as a writer, was the thing that people did. So I decided that I would pursue that. So I have a master's degree in creative writing from UC Davis. And then I went on to publish my thesis, while a revised version of my thesis as my book hand-me-down from gutten penguin in two thousand twelve in that did relatively well. And since then I have started teaching writing at UCLA extension. I run some private workshop groups novel writing. I also do a lot of book edits for people. And then I also in spiritual world have written blogs and courses and other things for New York Times, bestselling spiritual author also ghost written a couple of romance novels. For Amazon, which I can't talk about because of copyright and legal issues, but those were fun to do too. So my, my experience is pretty varied. I also write essays published a couple of essays in a lot of nonfiction, blogs about writing. So that's what I do that say, writing is basically my life and my career it's, it's a, it's a good place to be awesome eleven and we'll talk more about the experience. You've had working with spiritual authors, which we can't name, who it is. Because of nondisclosure agreements, but it's it I've seen your work, and I think it's incredible all over the place. Can you talk a little bit about and another? We're gonna talk more about this. I think on another podcast because you are a published author and I wanna make sure everyone heard that is that, you know, you wrote something that went to the entire publishing process. Can you talk a little bit? Give us a little sneak peek about what that was like having something that you wrote go through that, that publishing process. Yeah, absolutely. So the first step in traditional publishing is to get an agent. And so I really worked on my book for a long time about five years, actually, after grad school and really polish to that been made it the best that I thought it could be. And then I started querying agents. And I was very lucky that I only queried to agents, the second agent picked me up, and we worked on the novel for about another year polishing it up in kind of using her suggestions with the idea of selling it, and then we went out to editors, and that's a waiting process to so you have to wait a little while, and then I had to editors who were interested, and I spoke with both of them on the phone. Listen to their ideas for revision in sort of what their plans were for publication in how they would approach it and how they would market it. And I chose one that I thought I really connected with where I thought the. Vision for the book was exactly what I wanted as well. And so then we signed a contract and the book it takes awhile. So the book came out about a year after we signed the contract, and that's that's the process. So, and then after so it came out in hardcover I in traditional publishing you can either go. Sometimes they do regional paperbacks. Sometimes they do hardcover. I so I had a hard cover. I then about a year later also came out in paperback. So there are two versions they had different covers which is also pretty standard in traditional publishing as well. You don't get a lot of say in, in the covers. I did. I did get to look at them, but it's, it's interesting once your book is out of your hands, it sort of becomes it becomes a team effort, and it stops being yours all the way. So that was interesting for me, I had to let go of some things. But in the end it turned out really well, and I was really happy with, with the way that the book came out in the way. It was received awesome. And I'd love for you to kinda give yourself a little book. Plug Mohsen title of your book again. Hand-me-down. And it's sort of a story of a young girl, whose mother, Mary's a convicted sex offender, and she's no longer allowed to live at home. And she kinda bounces from place to place and she has to she separated from her sister. So she's it's about finding home and figuring out how much of yourself you're willing to sacrifice to save other people. And in the end ends up pretty hopeful, but it is it is a story of a girl who goes through a lot of on issues with her family, and suffers at the hand of parents were making bad decisions and kind of she grows up very quickly. It's interesting too, is that I don't know if it wasn't meant to be a spiritual book are their spiritual elements to it or or what? But I know that this story and that type of writing those type the type of story kind of, overcoming in the triumphant in the face of all the odds is something that resonates, a lot with spiritual people. So do you feel like this book has a little bit of spirituality in it or? Yeah. I think it might I don't think I was intending it to be so much virtual writing. But for me, it was actually really cathartic. It's, it's based a lot on, on my own experience in my life. And so, for me, it was a sort of spiritual experience to write it and to get that out. And then to get comments back that it was really connecting with people. And I had a lot of emails from readers telling me that it made them. It made them feel safe. It made them feel heard that at my story was really resonating with other people. So I think I think that kind of honesty, and that exactly what you said idea of overcoming. In triumphing in your own life is is a spiritual experience. So I think it's definitely along those lines. Am I think it also sounds like it was a transformational experience for you to write the book, is five years? Is that's a big chunk of your life that spent on refining in working on something in making it, you know exactly what it needs to be in the process of getting it published. What changed for you? I think as in your belief as a writer, your confidence as a writer between doing that and then getting published, and then getting the feedback. A lot. It wasn't it was really transformational. I think you know, when you're writing, and I think, anybody who's starting to write one of the big questions that you ask yourself is, does anyone cares anyone going to read this? What's the point? Is this just a narcissistic, exercise? And I think that in the process of writing it and getting good feedback. And having people tell me that it was worthwhile, and that they were interested in reading it that really boosted my confidence, and also validated my own experience, and my, my whole process of, overcoming that, that hardship. So I think it was really transformative. And, and then getting the feedback I've got I was in tears from a lot of readers. I had. So the story is about a sex offender. And so there's, there's some mild sort of sexual abuse in there. And I had a reader Email, me and tell me that she was sixty she's in her sixties, and she had been abused as a child and had never told anyone in my book allowed her to open up and. Heal from this experience, and I was just, you know, it's like crying as I'm reading this Email so that in critical of that. Yeah, it was it was incredible. And I got a handful of other emails like that as well. So it was it was incredibly validating, and it made me feel like my story really helped people, and it made me feel like it was worth writing about, and the things that I had to say in my voice was not. It wasn't just going into the void, you know, it was really it was really helping people in resonating with people, which was amazing for me for the people that are listening to this podcast that are struggling spiritual entrepreneurs. They have a Hooper dream to be able to become a spiritual enterpreneur, or maybe they already have some sort of practice where brand and they're trying to figure out how to take it to the next level. What are maybe some of the things you, if you had been able to travel back in time and tell yourself at the beginning part of this process of reading your book, if what would you tell yourself with based on what, you know, now, what would you wish you at known back then? That's a good question. I think probably the biggest thing is that the that the self-doubt is really normal and the it can it can actually help you and spur you along to be better is that was one of the things I worked really hard and I think a lot of the sort of does anyone is anyone going to care about this. If you don't let it paralyze you, I think it, can it can really push you to make your work better. So that's one thing. I think also that many of us as writers feel like we're the only people who have struggled with these things, and self doubt is a big one, and that idea that you can't you can't do it, putting, you know, you can't do it, and that it's that no one will care. And I think that if you're honest, and you are authentic in your voice, and you really care about what you're writing about, and you really care about your story, and you really care about connecting with people that it is worthwhile. Well, and I think that's something that so many of us struggle with all the time. And I think that's something that we really need to shift our beliefs about an feeling more confident that it will be worthwhile, and it people will respond to it. If you if you can really connect with your emotions and be offense and honest. Excellent. And so could you always been a writer from from the time when you were young? Is it something that you came to later in life when what was that kind of the point of, of which you said, this is something I wanna do or this is something? I'm good at our I love doing. I was always good at writing. There was definitely something that I just excelled at, and I've read a lot as a kid and I always wrote in journals, and, again, my, my family, my home life and environment wasn't the best. And so writing really literally saved my life. It saved me from, from being overwhelmed by everything that was happening on all the things that I couldn't say, to my family, and all the things that I couldn't help people in so journaling really, really saved me an eye Gerald for since I was ten years old. And then when I got to college, I started taking some writing classes and got some good feedback and some positive encouragement, some support. And then I and then again I had a teacher. I mean, I think had a mentor who really changed literally changed my life. She told me that I was good at this. And then I might want to consider a career in writing. I was actually thinking about going to law school. She told me she, she said that I might wanna pursue this, that the that I was that I was talented and I had a good story to tell that people would connect with. And just that just that her telling me that really made me think about that. And think about how I might use my story to connect with other people and help other people and also save myself to by writing about these things, so that I think it was, it was right around like when I graduated from college and was thinking about the next steps that was when I decided that this was something I could actually pursue. That's so incredible. Because if you look that is a path, that's very familiar to a lot of people who are struggling with something in their life is that you have this thing inside of your these experiences. And if you let them stack up too much within you without an outlet for them to come out. That's where I think, lots of problems can start. I'm grateful. I'm glad for you that you had this outlet, and you have this natural ability that kinda helped you get some of this stuff out, and then turn it into this amazing gift that people can use. It's actually actively helping people with similar problems in their life..

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"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

11:01 min | 3 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"Entrepreneur, you are destined to be. Okay. We are back with Diane Ray, formerly of hey house, now of unity radio soon to be unity radio. And Diane has done how many interviews, do you think you've done over the course of the last eleven years at eight dollars? Trying to think I mean it has to be several hundred five hundred maybe interviews. Now you must have done like thousands. Well, I did. I did a weekly show for like, ten ten years. So that's fifty two weeks in a year times, ten years is five hundred twenty wow. So over five hundred. Yeah, that's a lot of people and it runs the gamut like if I think of everybody, I mean, I've talked to a Yana van Zandt. Deep pocket didn't every with him when he had a children's book, alliance Morissette, Alanis Morissette. Yeah. Debbie four Debbie, Debbie did a show with us for a while, even up into the, the point where you know, she was really sick. She still loved to do the. She loved doing radio shears amazing. I miss her. I miss her, too. She was quite the character. Yes. She was very strong. You know, amazing personality. She was great. But yeah, there's been so many people that have touched me over the years that I was privileged enough to, to speak with amazing doctors go. Wow. I'm trying to think of some of the people that have talked to just been so many Neil Donald Walsh. I don't think I've ever spoken to Eckhart tollway relied to talk to him. Ramdas you met Ramdas. Yeah. Can I share the dos either you need to share the story for the microphone closer to us? And you could tell that realm knows was because I know your people are sick of hearing, because I love Ramda's. But I'm gonna fan you had read all his books be here. Now, actually, the first book, I read was still here, embracing aging changing and dying which a lot of what is work is about now. Like conscious conscious dying, he calls it a kind of a step above hospice. But anyway, I just always thought he was an incredible teacher and a good friend of mine. Alan Cohen, who's another amazing teacher and speaker and author I was going to Hawaii for the first time. And I said, you know, I really wanna meet rom dos. And my husband's like now, you'll never you'll never do it. But anyway, Allen, orchestrated this and it happened and I did get to meet him and he was just amazing just an incredible being, and it was so cool. Just hanging out at his house, or like other random teachers walking around this one guy are daas, who wrote awakening, the Buddha within was there, hanging out, and I said, do you think dos would meditate with me, and he goes, well, yeah, let's, let's ask. So I said, Ramda's unil-, you meditate with me. And I just sat there we meditated. It was it was very cool. He used just was. He's an icon. I mean, you know, to experience some of the things he, he has seen what he's seen probably take a lot of LSD. I don't mind expansion. But just a such a cool guy in an amazing teacher. I really, I really was happy that day. That was my goal when I went to Hawaii, I wanted to meet him. Oh, that's awesome. Yeah. I love a good guy that actually reminds me at hey house. When we were working there, you were the one that would go wrangling everybody up to meditate in the conference room in the afternoon, s and that was a huge part of the day that we all looked forward to, and it was a solid group of people that would come in there. We had guilty because I think I fell asleep snow. Yeah. We'd like like Moonies really deep deepen meditation than you hear this. That was funny. And that was David g spark that who I can't. I know you're listening now. We wanna hang out. Yes. We love you David g you're, you're an awesome teacher enough since done his three day, workshop, which is an intense kind of deep dive into meditation. And he's just such a great teacher. Like I had tried and failed miserably meditation over the years and just never really had a grasp of what I'm supposed to be experiencing. What is this? A now it really has become a great tool like I do work with my mantra. I mean, I'll be honest and say doing thirty minutes of meditation a day. No. Not really. But it's a it's a part of my life. I have incorporated, it into my life, and it's something I use on a regular basis, you know, and you always are goal, like I want to meditate every day. And I just I really thank him for that gift because he did he did give me that. And it's, it's so valuable. So all the people that are listening out here right now, if you are on the path to becoming spiritual teacher and author and entrepreneur of any kind you will at some point beyond either side of the microphone. Being interviewed or conducting an interview. Yes. And if we're looking for an expert we don't need to look any further than the woman, sitting right, next minute, because, as we just calculated probably over five hundred interviews alone. Plus, you did the book club. Plus, you did this plus you did that. So for anyone who's just starting out as a spiritual author, or they want to become a spiritual teacher, or they are a practitioner of any kind or somebody that's involved, just in spiritual. Entrepreneurship, they will find themselves on one side of the other of an interview microphone and I'd love to talk to you a little bit about what you do to prepare for these interviews. What are some standard things that people could use a little tips and techniques that you could share with the people? Okay. It will add love to share a couple of things that I've gleaned over the years. And you're right. Like so many people are jumping into podcast and getting into that world. So there really are some things that you need to know because I hear people doing it badly. On other broadcast that I have heard other podcast. But there's some simple things that you need to do. And I think I of. All is you want to remember that it's a conversation. You know, and you want it to be casual comfortable and conversational. So you don't want to go into something with I don't know. I guess maybe too intense of an energy or something like that, like, you, I think you want to keep things open and flow can too rigid. Right. Why have these ten questions that we can only talk about these ten questions? It's got to have its own flow. Yeah. And just to kind of maybe a stab which that, you know, in the beginning, also, a lot of things of learned from working with Aboubacar press authors. Some people will want to know the questions ahead of time. I tend to not want to work that way, but my preparation, what I do is go prepared. Never will never forget. I heard Larry King talk about this, you know, the Larry King show. And he said, oh, I just riff on an interview. I don't prepare just talked to people, that's great in theory. But I don't think it really works. And I think being prepared is key. I, I would read every book, at least like seventy five percent of it. I mean, most books I read the whole thing, but I would read everything in preparation of talking to another, because I felt I owed that to them. I needed to at least be familiar with their material enough to ask intelligent questions. So preparation preparation is key. Don't just go riffing off thinking that you're going to be able to carry it without having any knowledge of what you're talking about. I also I have I've never liked winging it because it's too much last minute stroke pressure. Yeah. And then anything can happen. Like what if you get thrown off, or they, I don't know? And then the other thing I feel is unless you're a Howard Stern, which many of us are not don't try to go for the Gotcha question, or the, the cheap shock value type of thing. I mean, I think that you really want to bring the best out of the person that you're interviewing and the best way to do that to do that as make a connection. I think some of the best interviews I've ever done. Have been were almost. I forget that we're taping something. And I'm just talking to the person and I get caught up in the conversation of what we're. Talking about. And then I feel the energy of them responding like, oh, that was a good question or like like we're friends. Like we're talking as as people. We're just having a good conversation. And I think those make for the best interviews to try to avoid unless you're Howard Stern. You know, avoid the Gotcha where like the cheap shock value question. I don't think it will really get you very far. Yeah. In the spiritual community. I think that there is sometimes that like, oh, this. There might be a question you want to ask them might be a little provocative or something that might challenge a little bit. You know, some of the ideas or thoughts, and there's a graceful way of doing that, right? And there's a way to say, you know, I have trouble understanding this or shirt personal story that doesn't maybe align perfectly with what the conversation is. So you can find common ground to discuss one of the things I love from the history of, hey, houses in, in this something, I wish I had seen when I was, there was at the I can do events they used to take to totally different authors. And then Diane, you would interview them on couch at the event, and it would be people that. I mean just as far away from each other as you possibly could in the spiritual realm and you were so great at being able to help them. Find some commonality in their very different belief systems is there Thiam I really I enjoy doing those and really the, we were just ripping off icon, a class, you know, the show where they would do the similar thing, but I mean it's been done before. But, but the thing is you get the best. Oh, I was just going to say you would get the best material from those kind of interviews, taking people that were so different, and then finding that they did have a common common ground. Well, I think also just watching it, and you're listening to it. You see two things that are very different. Discover themselves how similar they actually are. And it makes you feel hopeful for people in the world that have very different thought processes are different political affiliations or, you know, all the things that can separate us at the reality is, we're much more like than anyone is willing to admit in a lot of circumstances. So interviews are kind of great as a teaching tool for that over and over again. And the thing I was going to say about the, the, the borrowing from from other interview, styles and formats, is that, you know, lots of people have made careers on modeling other people who found successful ways to do things. And so if you're having certain you're struggling with, you know what kind of questions to ask? You're struggling with the format of the of the interview, you're struggling with any of those pieces. Look to those, those great people go. Listen to some Diane's old interviews to pick up some tips and techniques. Listen to how she's asking the questions. Like pay attention to some of the things she says and does even how you steer a conversation back in the direction that you wanted to go in, which is a valuable skill to have, which I'm sure you have a lot to say about because things can go, especially in the spiritual space. I feel like your conversations. Can go. Ooh who are sometimes rounds. That has happened before, and yet it try to be able to real people back if, if you feel that the conversation is just going off in some kind of weird direction, and that's just paying attention listening to what they're saying trying to keep the conversation on cores and, and keep going, you know, just trying to trying to keep the conversation going and one mistake that I do sometimes is where all have questions, written down, and they'll be answering the question..

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"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

12:59 min | 3 years ago

"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"Will he thanks for joining us? I'm excited to be here. I recited to have you here. So Diana and I knew each other from way back, although I guess, before years ago, we first met. Yeah, whatever he first started at. Hey house. Yes, there was loving her side. Everybody's world. It was an incredible time. And it was amazing to beat somebody like Diane who you. I mean, let's just call it, what it is for over a decade, you were the voice of. Hey house. Yes. The voice of pay house radio for eleven years, until recently, so kind of just watching the whole evolution of web broadcasting to develop because I'm I'm an old like radio dog from way back. I mean my whole backgrounds like I was a rock DJ like how this happened how how I became aware doing what I'm doing pathway, what decisions lead, you to become like that has really inspired. I mean again, I'm going to say millions of people, we'll have heard your voice from all around the world talking to people that have been in the industry for decades, people like, you know, the late great Wayne Dyer, and just recently, the late great Louise hay, right, who we're gonna talk about a little bit later in the program here in the podcast. But, but even people who are just starting out. And you've seen their careers go from. Brand new to all of a sudden being like a really big deal in the industry. So you are so important to the history of what's going on in the spiritual space. And that's why I really wanted to bring you on the show. Plus I love talking to you. And they'll probably be cocktails later. Yeah. Might you never know you never know what might happen. No. It is. It's interesting when you when you say that I'm like, wow. I guess that is true because I did kind of see all that stuff happened watching people's careers, evolve as well as web radio, web broadcasting evolve. And then look what we're doing now with the podcast, and then how that whole world is exploding. So it's been quite the journey so I wanna go way back to the beginning, were you experiencing person growing up. I mean, did you ever have any notion at all of this might be something doing or you completely sidelined by it? No, it's I I was kind of sideline because like I said it was a rock DJ and I always loved music. And that was kind of the direction that I was heading into. And I did do that for a long time. But, like I guess, if you want to go back to spirituality, I was always interested in that kind of thing, I always kind of felt drawn to asking those big questions I was brought up Catholic. Unlike a lot of people I didn't hate. Cathal catholicism. I loved the nuns like I thought they were great. They had magical powers as far as I was concerned now is in, like second grade, even wanted to be a nun because I thought they were so cool. I'm so interested. But then, as I got older, I kind of questioned the dogma and doctrine of things, and, and kind of developed my own beliefs, but of researching at that point. Oh, yeah. I think I've always had questions in that regard. So I rented a lot of different spiritual books. I kind of had the self help shelf on my book show getting older. And I would read all these different great, teachers, like Wayne Louise, and, and it was funny how I kind of came to hey house, I was working K PBS at the time. And I saw an ad that said, hey house radio producer wanted, like oh, hey, how's it sounds familiar and then I saw what they were doing with the radio network and it just all came together like, wow, this is a diamond in the rough like I really think this could be something great. So as immediately drawn to that situation is kind of hammered on them until they hired me. And then, you know. Decade later, how it all grew and new website was developed, and it's all kind of worlwide, and then I'm sitting here how did all that really happened? I guess it did you definitely did in a big way. So I wanna talk a little bit about Wayne, because you had a very special relationship with Wayne, how many years, did you do that weekly show with him? I did. We did a weekly show every Monday for eight years. And I learned a lot from him. He was he was great. I mean, we kind of had a weird relationship in that it was just like a voice in a disembodied voice in the headphones, you know. And I only saw him really physically. You know, a couple of times over the years whenever he would come to. Hey house, you know, I would see him there obviously. But yet we had like this grade a great connection. And I really did. I really did love him. I really grew to have kind of a friendship, and there was things that I think people didn't really realize that he was very funny, kind of a body sense of humor. And a lot of ways he would make. Jokes. He was also probably one of the smartest people I think I've ever met in my life. I mean, you, you can really get things by, like, I would try to throw coats adamancy, if he would know he always knew he could pull a quote from anybody who was so, well, read. He must have read everything. So he really loved it as a testament to how much he all the spiritual work and all that kind of, and he was always a secret to, like even over the years. I'd say what do you do in his cO? I'm reading the twenty volumes set of spiritual teachers of the east of Mike. That's what he did for fun, right? I'm not I'm not binging. Anything on Netflix? I'm been known. No game of thrones. Talk about that. Is this a Wayne what, what did you do literally? He would say, I'm reading this. I'm like, I'm deep into some obscure teachers work. He he was always trying to discover an and seek and learn from self. So you walk the talk for sure. Yeah. I think he did. He really did. I learned a lot from them. I mean I just saw so many people who would call the show and I would sit back and listen and it was interesting in the beginning of the show, was more topic driven, like we were trying to connect to whatever book he had written at the time. But then, as the show went on, like Alice, just forget that he goes, I just want to talk to people and just kinda stream-of-consciousness whatever's going on at the time. And that's how we wanted to do it. So nothing was really planned. He would just say Amina's start the show. I want to talk about, you know, the hurricane or something I saw this week and he would kind of riff on that for a while, and then he would just take calls, and he and that's what he really loved the best. And I always tell people like Wayne always said, I wanna be a teacher. I'm a teacher. That's how he had done. You know, he really did believe that. And I think for everyone listening to a lot of people out there thinking that sounds like something, I've said to myself as a teacher a teacher because I feel like we all have life experiences. We all have things that happen are unique viewpoints, that would be something that would help other people. So in a certain degree, like we should all carry that torch with us a little bit is that we are all teachers and it's amazing to know that from somebody who's just starting out in dreaming about being in the spiritual industry to someone who lived their life at the very top of the spiritual industry in their legacy continues to live on that at the very core of what they were doing. They were teacher. Right. Right. That's so beautiful. Yeah. And especially how like you're saying, you know, we each have that opportunity to teach people and touch their lives, even if like wouldn't identify myself as a teacher. But then, you know, you'll, you'll say something to me, like, well, look at what you've done before or Utah, this person something in the past why guarantee you think of ourselves that way, totally. But like I can guarantee with all the you know. Tens of thousands of hours of your voice on. Hey house in the archives which you can all go and listen to. I know that. But, but I know that there are stories you must have shared or insides, or things, you must have broader people. You must have brought that, that change somebody's life out there. These, these tiny little throwaway statements sometimes can create the biggest impact when they're heard of the exact right time. And I think that's some everyone listening to hay house radio or listening to any of the things that you've worked on. They could've heard it a million times. But on that one specific day that they really needed that message, they would have somehow found that one recording that one episode archived of you and Wayne where you shared one story or said one thing and in that moment for them for you. You were there teacher. So I think there's no question in my mind that, that definitely is a role that you also embodied with the work. You did. Hey house. Wow. That's. Yeah. When you think of it that way, I guess. That's true. Definitely true. I like that, though. I mean I hope that the, the work that's out there. And you know, things that people have discovered through. Hey, how's that? I hope it's, it's touched them and improve them in some way. And I mean, I guess that would bring us to Louise exactly where. That was really what she wanted to do. Like she, she was she was a complicated person, you know, had an incredible career, but I think at the heart of what she wanted to do was produce things in information that he'll the planet in he'll people in that is really what she wanted to do. And I think what's, what's unique to about her specifically in what she was able to accomplish his. I think she saw something early on when the first book came out, I think she saw that the world was going into a very interesting place, because everyone talks about that period of time, you know with the Williams yet, what leaving before that, but, like M K ultra like, if you're gonna go full conspiracy theory, this whole idea that the government was, was working on developing these mind control drugs. And what actually happened by accident was mind started to expand not to say that that's what Louise had going on too. But I think there was a question Mark that was happening that I think, with the idea of affirmation in the fact that your mind can create reality, and you can. Manifest things you can create things and our minds all of a sudden, our opened to the reality of that Louise's showed up at the perfect time with the perfect book to say all these things that you believe about yourself, all these limitations, all of these things that you have been told about yourself, or you believe about yourself or someone has put on you, or, you know, in terms of, of energetically that you have the power within you to move and transcend beyond that, which I think, is why the book was so powerful and you hear stories from other authors. Like, I'll never forget Greg Brayden loves to tell a story about how he was like an aerospace engineer, whatever he was doing and working with all these scientists in engineers and here they were all reading, you can heal your life. That's funny. Yeah. Well, you know it still holds up, of course. Like I the book came out and what Earl eighty four five or seven I gotta have to look at the copy. I have, and I remember reading it when I first came to the company, and then ten years later, I was interviewing someone who is, you can heal your life, teen. Feature. They do workshops this woman named Patricia effort her last name. But anyway, so in preparation for that interview I reread the book and it still holds up. Yeah. Like even after all this time, which is which is pretty amazing. Which is also I think it was the, the dawn of a new era of the new age spirituality right in a really big way. And then acceptable way. I think that people felt comfortable with, so we were both really lucky to have been able to meet her work with her directly and then also be part of the larger picture at hey house. But what we're some of your favorite Louise's stories Louise, is well, I can just think of one that stands out where. You know, she would she would walk her walk to. And that if you sent something, and she perceived it was negative. She would call you on it, even if you said it, jokingly, she'd go don't don't say that. Say it like this like she would change she would change your your sentencing, which for her with the with the knowledge that she had that your words are so powerful and the things you saying how you say so powerful, it must have been really difficult when people would casually say, like all, I'm a dummy, and you're like, no, you really can't say that, right? You're not true. She would do that. And you probably heard similar things. There was one. I remember in particular, whereas having back problems and I was kind of limping around the, the office, and she was there, recording something and she goes, oh, you're not feeling supported, you know, you need to do this affirmation to help you feel more supported, and I thought you know, you're right. I'm really not feeling. Bag. A lot of pain with sciatic thing was killing me. Oh my God. You're right. I don't feel supported, but she would come up with a little little tidbits to help you in that way. She did love giving people personal affirmations. You always felt like you were getting like million dollar advice from the universe. When Louise, hey, would tell you, you know, here's affirmation I want you to use Bravo, because I think the one she gave me was everywhere I go, there's laughter and love or something like that. And I remember thinking, like great. But I just remember like getting that personal advice from Louise was incredible that she would take time to do that. Because there were a lot of people in that office at a lot of people, she met with every day or bumping into so it always felt like a little special moment. The other one that I remember because I started, you know way after Diane was there. I walked in, and I think I went straight to an I can do at Toronto or something was very first week. I was working at the office. And so they flew me out to Toronto and I happen to be on the same flight as Louise was, and she was sitting there chatting with somebody, and I just walked right up and said Hello. And she was just so cool about it,.

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"spiritual business school" Discussed on Spiritual Business School with The Muniverse

"Welcome everybody, and welcome back to the spiritual business school podcast. My name is Mooney. I'm your host. You can find out more about the podcast and about me, and all the work that I do with spiritual entrepreneurs at the moon, averse dot com. Today's episode of the podcast is called inspirational interviews with Diane Ray and if you're not familiar with Diana, and her work for over a decade, she has been the voice, and the heart of hay house radio, she's interviewed hundreds of spiritual inspirational authors, including the late great Wayne. Dyer the beloved Louise hay, and many, many more and chances are if you're fan of spiritual learning and you listen to hay house radio, you absolutely have heard her voice, and that's for people from all around the world and from all walks of life, so you can imagine the millions of people who've been affected by Diana, and her work. So today, I want you to join us as we reminisce about our time together at hey house. Some of our favorite moments, working together and discussed a future of the spiritual industry as we see it, you're also gonna get Diane's tips and techniques, and how to create inspirational interviews for your spiritual business. Something you're absolutely going to have to do as you. Become a spiritual entrepreneur, whether it's hosting your own podcast, conducting interviews with strategic partners talking to your clients and getting testimonials there's a million different ways that you can use the skills, we're going to talk about today's podcast episode. And if you have any questions about anything that comes up during this interview, send me an Email at podcast at the moon, averse dot com. So that's podcast at the moon, averse dot com and you'll be able to submit your questions and then next week on our study session, I'll be able to answer some of them. So without further ado, here's the interview with Diane. I hope you love it. Here we go. I truly believe that we are spiritual beings having a human experience here on this earth. What you learn here could change the direction of.

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