I believe money is energy, and because of that how we prepare ourselves to receive abundance is as important as how we receive it. My guest this week is Kate Northrup, a best selling author, entrepreneur, and mother, that recently launched her first seven-figure offering and has some really amazing insight on how regulating our nervous system can help us become better vessels to receive.
My guest this week is Amrit Sandhu, speaker and host of the Inspired Evolution podcast. We dive into our own stories about depression in our lives, and how we have managed to understand it better and help others to do so as well.
When we begin to understand the feminine and masculine dynamics in ourselves, we start to see ways that we’ve been dropping the ball a bit as a society and a culture. For years, this polarity has been misunderstood and even exploited causing major wounding, and generation trauma. This week, I’m chatting with Kevin O, an intimacy coach and thought leader in the relationships space who has views that some might see as triggering, until you really understand the message beneath.
My guest for this episode is Ting Ting Guan who is the founder of the Guan Jing Method, a movement based practice to still and focus the mind while moving the body and finding new modes of expression, physically and creatively.
Sofia Sundari is a sexual health and wellness coach, facilitator, tantra practitioner, and entrepreneur who has built a successful business and career in what some may consider an unconventional way. We talk about her journey in business, the true meaning of eroticism, and how the study of sexuality, empowerment, and embodiment has guided her to where she is now.
This week my guest is Jade Tailor, a personal development coach and facilitator and actress who you may know from the show The Magicians. Acting and personal development actually require a similar understanding of the human conditions and all the intricacies of what makes us love, fight, create, and play. Jade and I meet each other in a conversation about ego, boundaries, and the essence of the work it can take to balance both.
This week I talked toMichael Dash, an entrepreneur, best selling author of Chasing The High, recovering addict, retreat host, community leader and philanthropist. After a six year lawsuit with a former business partner, he sold his recruiting company of 11 years in 2018, and has had an incredible journey of peaks and lows in the financial game.
This week I chatted with my good friend, healer, thought leader, and modern mystic, Luke Kohen, about what it means to be mystical in today's day and age, and what that means for the dynamics around wealth and business. As I continue to navigate my own journey of wealth development, and my spiritual self, this conversation was insightful and provided some new perspectives on the importance of balance and unity, especially when it comes to the subject of money.
For this conversation, I had the pleasure of chatting with my friend and licensed sex therapist Dr. Cat Meyer. Dr. Cat has been exploring the world of psychedelics specific to her field of healing sexual trauma and creating more openings in dynamics within partnerships.
For this conversation I had the pleasure of speaking with Nadine Lee, thought leader, educator, and author of Sex Priestess, her new book about activating your Eros and sexuality in a new, and very healing, way.
This week I’m excited to be chatting with my good friend Zahara Zimring, an incredible human who I’ve grown with and healed with. Zahara is a coach and has worked to help many people open themselves up to the possibilities of deep healing, and the journey it can be.
Life is a journey of seasons. Change, challenges, transitions, good times and bad, are all a part of our story as we navigate the human experience, and from all of these come great lessons for us to carry with us as well as many things that we get to let go of. I am currently experiencing my own time of introspection and transition, and I got a lot out of my conversation this week with Ben Brown. Ben is a former professional kayaker, YouTuber, and now a well known coach and influencer, who was the perfect person for the conversation about phases of life and what we can learn about ourselves as we journey through them.
Check out this week’s episode with an incredible human, content creator, and host of the Know Thyself Podcast, Andre Duqum. We dive into his process of finding his center, staying aligned with his goals, and some of the challenges he’s moved through to do so.
This week I had the opportunity to interview Robert Edward Grant, who you may remember from the past episode “Who Built The Pyramids And Why?”. Robert is a philosopher, brilliant mathematician, and thought leader who is working to expand what we know about our own history, and teaching his perspectives of spiritual expansion and human evolution through the mediums of mathematics and science.
This week, I have invited Vuja Deus who at the time of this recording is about a month away from receiving his own child into the world. We are diving into a conversation about relationships, fatherhood, and the work that can be done in the process to ensure a healthy experience for all involved.
This week I talked with one of my best friends, an inspiring entrepreneur and coaches who I have the pleasure of creating and working with, not to mention someone who became a millionaire at 24 years old and has not only a deep understanding of money, but a desire to always be learning. Gerard Adams and I have had many conversations about wealth and money, and this week I invite you to join us in this conversation of wealth and what it we have learned on the path of financial freedom.
This week I am honored to be speaking with Richard Rudd, who many know as the founder of Gene Keys, and has studiedwith great teachers in the East, traveled through the Himalayas, the Pacific, the Americas and the Arctic in search of better understanding a vast synthesis exploring the miraculous possibilities inherent in human DNA. Thus, Gene Keys was born; as this latest, very special episode with Richard Rudd.
This week I am excited to be chatting with Matilda Carrol, who is a powerful medicine woman, tantra instructor and naturopath, and also an avid and tasteful presence on social media. I’ve been inspired by her message, and have always admired her ability to be so raw and truthful on her platform, and on this episode we talk about that level of vulnerability and if it is always healthy to be so real.
For this weeks episode I am chatting with sacred sex and tantra instructor and astrologer who leads retreats around the globe, Cat Caitlin. The topic of consciousness and spirituality in the dating world, and its role in the masculine and feminine dynamic has been one that I’ve wanted to dive into for a while, and I think I may have found the perfect person for the job.
This week my guest is Charles Clay; a high level coach, husband, and father of 2. With two new lives to be responsible for, he and his wife get to experience the sometimes challenging dynamic of keeping their sovereignty in what can be a very busy and demanding experience; and he has some amazing tips and tricks on how to do so.
This week’s conversation with Eka Darville was one of my favorites. As an actor, Eka is no stranger to the work and dedication it takes to find success in Hollywood. As a husband and a father of three young boys, he is also no stranger to the beautiful responsibilities that life can throw our way and how they can intersect with our personal goals and dreams.
This week, I brought on Tim Morrison; an artist, healer, and facilitator who has experienced his own profound healing journey and has also worked with so many in their own processes to find deeper levels of themselves and their truth. I found that Tim and I had a lot in common, and I think you will too. After all, healing is kind of a collective thing is it not?
This week’s guest is Chervin, the founder of Cymbiotika, an innovative wellness brand whose supplements have become a part of my routine and lifestyle. He has studied the subject of longevity and health in Eastern and Western medicine, orthomolecular medicine, epigenetics, physiology, nutrition, detoxification, biodynamic agriculture, and philosophy and brings a boat load of insight and perspective to this week’s Deep Dive question.
I find it hard to define WHAT the spiritual community actually is. Whether it's conscious, woke, spiritual; it seems that there is a common thread in this community; relationships seem to be difficult to maintain. It's no secret that there seem to be more short term relationships than long term, at least from my perspective. But why is that? Shouldn't spiritually aware couples have an easier time understanding each other, or relating with one another in supportive and sustainable ways?
This week, I’m so excited to have the opportunity to talk with someone who has actually inspired me as an artist for many years. Allie Michelle is a fellow spoken word poet, two time best selling author with another book of poetry on the way, breath work facilitator, and so much more; and is no stranger to the ebbs and flows of the creative process. As I continue to move through the creation of a new project in the form of an in-depth breakup course, Allies words and insights are medicine for me and I hope they can be for you as well.
This week, I want to share with you as much as I can around my own creative process. Through the lens of creating a new course on breakups, I want to share vulnerably how I am moving through my own wounds and resistance to bring this to life and prove to myself that I’m capable of diving into something I’ve never done before.
This week I have a conversation about life and death with a friend, coach, mentor, speaker, and founder of Warrior Retreats, who recently experienced the loss of his mother; and has some pretty amazing insights on this topic because of it.
This week I Dive Deep with artist, wordsmith, and intellectual Lily Fangz about the process of creation of art, as well as releasing it, and where the lines of it being healthy or unhealthy can be drawn.
For this episode, I brought someone close to me and close to this subject. Nate Stein, aka Equanimous is a devoted artist, and DJ who has navigated his way through all of the stories around art and money, and come out the other side now helping other artists to thrive in what they do and share their message with the world. For you artists and creators out there wondering what steps to take to make a profit from your passion, this one is definitely for you.
This week, I brought on my good friend Ramaayan who is a modern day wizard, a scholar and entrepreneur, and one who is incredibly studied in the world of decentralization and Web 3. We discuss what this new world of technology looks like for all creators, especially artists, and why all of us should care a little more about Web 3.0 and the potentials it carries with it.
This week, I’m speaking with Nick Onken who has also been an artistic devotee in his life and explored it (quite successfully, I’ll add) in a number of different mediums. We are discussing what art looks like in 2022, how the world of social media, algorithms, and instant access has changed the game, and whether art is still relevant and important as a medium for societal change.
For this discussion I decided to dive deep with my friend Mia Magik; an influencer and entrepreneur herself, who is also a witch and devotes her work and energy to bringing a deep understanding of the abundance that the earth provides and how it translates into all different aspects of our life. We discuss the source of abundance, the purpose of wealth, and a little bit of our own stories of our journeys there.
This week I brought my good friend Luke Kohen on to talk a little about his own experience of spiritual growth, and if he sees a risk of narcissism in a community whose core intention should truly be about inviting growth and change for all of us. Luke is an artist, entrepreneur, and someone who I have a high level of respect for because of the journey and work that he’s done in his own spiritual walk.
My guest this week is Aren Bahia, a Canadian entrepreneur and coach who has made his life in Bali all about empowering people and businesses. Aren is a pillar for his community, and a beacon of light for those around him, and 8 months ago was hospitalized after a motorcycle accident, unable to walk and almost dying. I’ve been fascinated with Aren’s outlook in general, but wanted to dive a little deeper with him on what has changed for him in the process of his recovery and if there have been any major revelations around purpose or just life itself after such a traumatic experience.
This week I want to talk about my experience not only with the plant medicine, but also what it has brought up and why I have found it one of the more challenging integrations after a ceremony that I’ve been through. These types of medicine journeys are always confronting, healing, and particularly when we are going through times of transition in our lives they can bring to the surface much more than we might know is actually going on within us. Let me tell you all about it, on this week’s episode.
This week my guest is Mia Lux, an entrepreneur, comedian, and Co-Founder of Lavette Social Club, which describes itself as a vetted, virtual, social club for self aware singles. As we Dive Deep into the topic of dating in today’s modern age of apps and technology, we also find ourselves discussing a lot about our own stories of love and how they have (or haven’t) found success on today's virtual platforms.
My guest this week is no stranger to money and the ability it has to make an impact. Jack Delosa isthe founder of Australia’s largest training institution for entrepreneurs, The Entourage, which has a community of over 500,000 and continues to grow. Behind anything man made there is an entrepreneur and the resources needed to see that idea come to life, and Jack believes that because of this, entrepreneurs are one of the most important vehicles for change that we have today.
This week, who better to have the conversation about violence with than former member of the US Special Forces, turned personal development coach and founder of The Art Of Masculinity and The Wildman Experience, Johnny Elassaser. His perspective based from experience of what violence really looks like, what it really takes, and the power it gives as well as the effect that it has, offers a deep insight into the topic.
For this weeks episode I talk with author, poet, creativity teacher, and meme-artist James Mcrae (other wise known as @wordsarevibrations on Instagram), who as someone who expresses his art through the written word as well as teaches it, has some amazing perspectives about the power that still lies in the “pen” in our world today.
This week I virtually sat down with Canadian hip hop artist, journalist, filmmaker, and some would say artistic activist, Matt Brevner. Matt provides a lens on his own experience of “the global pause button of 2020” and how it has shaped how he’s using his art and why. The ability for artists to speak from a place of truth is one of the most valuable things that we have in our culture, and also one of the most fragile.
This week I talk leadership, and masks, with Nathan Kohlerman. Nathan is an amazing human who is a health and wellness wizard, founder of NeuIntention, and advocate for sovereignty who has spoken his truth about the need for masks during this time, and comes from a place of strength when it comes to his own values and his why. At a time when good leadership is of the utmost importance, one thing I believe good leaders should be doing is opening up these subjects for conversation. Enjoy the episode.
This week, on another episode of WTF Is Going On? I want to weigh in on some important takeaways from both of these issues and share a little bit of my perspective. It’s easy to jump to our own opinions, and react in whatever suits the emotion; but in these times I feel like it has never been more important to really step back and observe not only the events themselves, but why we feel the way we do about them. Enjoy the episode, and I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
For this touchy subject, I chatted with coach, mentor, and speaker Brenden Durell. Brenden has worked with numerous men and women, and was also featured as a coach on the popular Netflix reality series, Too Hot To Handle. The subject of what it means to be a man in today's day and age is an important one, and a very confusing one as well. I believe that we get closer to a healthy answer to that question the more that we open our hearts to the conversation.
This week, I decided to do something a little different. For the first time, I brought on 13 year old Benji Gonzalez, accompanied by his father Edwin, to talk about the world from the perspective of the youth. Benji stands out as a young teen who is hopeful for the world and focuses his energy on spreading a message of love and acceptance, rather than how to be cool or to fit in. Could this be the start of a world where tolerance and love for each other is the new cool? Enjoy the episode.
For this conversation I brought entrepreneur, farmer, and story teller Marc Angelo Coppola into a conversation examining the root of what a conspiracy, are people evil, and what lies underneath this movement of polarization that we’ve seen grow so radically in recent years on our planet.
This week I invited my good friend, and “edge pushing addict” Zahara Zimring, to have a real conversation about boundaries versus edges, and what benefits can come from being open to exploring both. Do we need to be constantly pushing our edges, or is it healthy sometimes to just exist in contentment and in containers we feel safe in? Is feeling safe an edge in itself? Let’s dive deep.