Shaun ‘The Viking’ Zimmer – Powerful reasons to heal your anger and live your truth with love #008

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Do you ever get overwhelmed and frozen into inaction by how much is going wrong these days? Everywhere you look, it’s bad news? If so (me too), AND I have some good news: we’ve got great medicine for that on this week’s episode, where you’ll hear from Shaun ‘The Viking’ Zimmer.

Shaun is a Devoted Father, Viral Meme King, Life Coach, Health Enthusiast, Public Speaker, Entrepreneur, Author, Rescuer of Masculinity, Protector, Provider…and man of God. Soon to be launching a new offering called ‘I Believe In Us’, and host of the brand new The Viking’s Voice podcast.

Time-Stamps:

05:28 Shaun Zimmer on becoming the man he is today

08:42 How Shaun became a man of God

18:59 How Shaun has used psychedelic plant medicine to connect with God

22:28 “You Sound Fuckin’ Crazy” God and Psychedelics

30:57 On Being A Voice for Sovereignty

47:14 How to get started with health and fitness (a surprising first bit of advice)

56:20 How to avoid focusing too much on all the things that are ‘wrong’ and instead focus on what you CAN do

01:02:21 What does ‘we are already free’ mean to Shaun Zimmer?

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Links to Shaun ‘The Viking’ Zimmer and his work:

  • Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/shaunjzimmer
  • https://thevikingondemand.com/
  • His new podcast The Viking’s Voice: https://anchor.fm/shaun-zimmer/

Links & things discussed in this episode:

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Transcript
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Welcome to we are already free, a podcast helping down to Earth

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people to live their truth and be the change.

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If you're fed up with feeling disempowered by the things you

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can't control, if you're ready to spend your one precious life

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growing a beautiful world with the people you love, this is for you.

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Do you ever get overwhelmed and frozen into inaction by how much

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is going wrong these days? Everywhere you look, it's bad

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news. If so, me too, and I have some

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good news. We've got great medicine for that

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on this week's episode, where you'll hear from Shaun the Viking.

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Zimmer Sean is a devoted father, viral meme, King's life coach,

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health enthusiast, public speaker, entrepreneur, author, rescuer.

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Of masculinity, protector, provider and Man of God.

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Soon to be launching a new offering called I believe in us

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and host of the brand new the Vikings Voice podcast.

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All show notes with links to Sean can be found at already free dot

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me forward Slash 008 In this episode we hear from Sean on

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becoming the man he is today and the sometimes dark journey that it

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took. To get here, we also hear how he

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became a man of God, and there's a deep resonance that he and I

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experience in our own perspectives on spirituality and religion and

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how that's shown up in our own lives.

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Towards the end, he shares a surprising bit of advice on how to

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get started with health and fitness.

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And if you know anything about Sean, you'll know that this dude

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really knows how to take care of himself physically.

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So it's really interesting the direction that he takes when I ask

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him about that.

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I'm Nathan Mangod and I nearly

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killed myself in my efforts to fit a mold.

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Our society just calls being a good citizen now.

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I practice serving those who are ready to live their truth using

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tools like gentle breathwork, empowering wordsmithery, and

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transformational. 1 to one sessions stick around to

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the end of this episode where I share an exciting bit of news for

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you for all who love this podcast as much as I do.

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Speaking of loving this podcast, so Many thanks to anyone who is

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leaving reviews and subscribing and sharing the episodes makes a

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massive difference in my world.

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And so thank you to this lovely

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human who says I love Nathan's positivity and vibe.

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You can tell that he genuinely cares about people.

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I do.

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He and his guests have powerful

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messages that go against the mainstream social construct with

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an open mind and open heart.

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Thank you so much, KJC AO if you

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love the podcast, please do leave a review.

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Follow, subscribe, share.

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It all makes a really big

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difference. And now, please enjoy this

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uninterrupted episode with Sean the Viking Zimmer.

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When I was looking at your website, I saw something that I

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found really beautiful and I wanted to ask you about it.

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And you said, I'm proud to say I'm a righteous man, a selfless man,

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an honest man, a man of God and a man of good.

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That most definitely was not always the case.

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So I'm really curious because there's two things that one is

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like, what a beautiful way to own yourself, to really step into,

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like this is how I am, this is who I am in the world and to really

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state that. And then also the acknowledgement

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that wasn't always the case.

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And so the question I have for you

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is what was going on or how did you change to become the man you

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are today? And why wasn't that always?

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Why weren't you always the man that you are today?

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Well, the most simplest answer on that would be consciousness.

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Unconscious before conscious now.

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To dive into a deeper well, that

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would be. All the, you know, past trauma,

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the things that have happened in life that didn't go the way I

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wanted as a child, you know, neglected maybe here or there and

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ways of acting out and surrounding yourself in the wrong environment,

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the wrong crowd.

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And escaping through drugs,

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alcohol, sex. At a younger age, adrenaline from

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stealing cars? That's a whole nother story we

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could get into on what wound me up in another province in canada here

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really? No care for anyone else that's

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hiding from the truth, hiding from my feelings, doing whatever I

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could to just gain some instant gratification.

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And that was a very selfless process, selfless way of living.

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And as I.

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Dove into mentors, self-help

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books. This started, you know,

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entertaining. This burning desire inside to

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become better and to be more.

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Knowing that I am more.

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Brought me into a state of consciousness that is, you know,

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reversed. All of that and I appreciate the

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past and what it allows me to resonate with and others and share

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my experiences and help direct people away from such a path,

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learning the easy way instead of the hard way as I did.

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And you know, the spiritual world most definitely has been a huge

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side of that for me.

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Coming into God and my beliefs as

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such and changing really my complete outlook on the world and

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understanding just how much more there is to it and.

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How much more I have to give instead of take take?

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How did you? Because I've heard you say that

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before around being a man of God and so for me I'll just give a

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brief little insight in that I have always felt uncomfortable

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with religion. I from a very young age it just

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seemed like everyone was trying to convince me that I needed to join

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their club and that if I didn't join their club I was going to the

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bad place.

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But everyone had a different set

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of rules as to what would get me to the good place.

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And I noticed that they all seem to have very similar.

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They were.

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There were aspects in each

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religion that felt that resonated with me, that felt true.

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But then they limited it by saying, well, you know, if you

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don't join our club.

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And I noticed that when I really

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committed to music and to my storytelling and my songwriting,

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that suddenly all these people started coming up to me and

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saying, oh, you must be Christian or you must be Buddhist or you

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must be Muslim because you're saying this thing from this verse

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and that thing from that verse.

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And I was like, yes, yes.

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To get it.

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It's all has elements of the truth

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in it.

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And it took me a long time to be

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comfortable with saying, yes, I am a man of God.

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As you so beautifully put it, I am a man of God and I have a deep

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relationship to spirit.

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And I really do my best to allow

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spirit to guide me.

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And so that's kind of my story,

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which is why I'm curious around, like, how did you come to that

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place from what sounds like the distraction, the desire to just

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numb it all and escape it all? And what brought you now to being

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a man of God? Wall and greatly expressed on your

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front. I resonate with that very similar

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story. always deep down I knew there was

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something greater, but never gave it the time of day.

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Even the slightest thought beyond that, because of religion, because

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of the divide, the fear, people saying, you know, going to be part

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of this club.

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It has to be this way or you are,

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you're damned forever and you're going to hell.

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And that just never resonated.

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Didn't sit well with me.

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My intuition just said no, that's incorrect.

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And I didn't dive actually in deeper, trying to learn for

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myself. Until jeez, i think it was just

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over two years ago now.

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I would have been, you know, I've

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been a huge self development junkie for the last decade and

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continuously focusing on better health physically and mentally.

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It used to train people with personal training, group fitness

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online training, which transitioned into lifestyle

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coaching. And always in my logos I had mind,

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body, spirit and honestly the spirit part never really, I never

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understood why that was there.

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It just came from one of the

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courses I took to certify as a trainer and finally that came full

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circle in the process of me, as I really started giving myself more,

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I started making this transition just naturally to want to help

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people more, even if that didn't help me in terms of a monetary

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value as it used to be when I'd run business and started letting

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go of that and just really wanting to help.

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If I can help you, I wanna help you.

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I don't care if I'm getting anything from it.

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I wanna help you.

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And really soon I realized I was

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getting more than ever on what that was fulfilling inside of me.

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And that was what brought me that transition from, you know, just

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personal training to lifestyle coaching, helping people when they

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were in a tough spot, just understanding.

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I had so many different, you know, beautiful mentors to pull from,

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pieces of advice, stories that could relate with people, that

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would help them get out of that rut and really take ownership of

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their life and in that process.

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I was building my persona online

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and in the community and I was enjoying that.

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And this is when I had started to dive down the world of

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psychedelics. And at first I was utilizing

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psychedelics, specifically magic mushrooms, to ground myself.

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I didn't know about what I was doing at the time, but bring my

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ego down and just really let go and be.

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I loved how it just made me just.

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Forget about everything and just

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be in the moment.

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Enjoy the blades of grass in front

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of me, the trees around.

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And a few experiences, and that is

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when God came to me and spoke to me at the time through music.

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I used to call myself music illiterate.

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I could never hear lyrics, could never hear him.

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I love music, but I couldn't hear it.

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People would laugh at me when they hear me listening to a song.

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That was my favorite, you know, they're talking about.

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And it didn't resonate with who I was so and then all of a sudden,

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boom, I could just hear music and my hair stood up and it was

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speaking directly to me and.

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I almost quickly thought I was

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going crazy until I was left with a series of names to contact and

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that I know was given to me not just for the help, but proof.

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Because I contacted these few people and saved their lives that

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night and they had a dream about me and all connected.

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I could dive quite deeper into that.

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So that gave me that little bit of no, it's not just the psychedelic

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show on there was something there and that you know I started

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consuming then psychedelics once a month to connect spiritually.

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And I didn't have a profound experience as such again until

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about six months down the road, where I had what felt like the

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spirit of Jesus Christ come to me.

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And it felt as such, because what

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happened is I felt a massive sacrifice from this being, this

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spirit that was around me.

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And showing my ego for what it was

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as six months prior, I had this huge awakening.

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God is real and I'm on the right path, he said.

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I've given you your path, your voice that stands outside the

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crowd, your rough look around the edges and attitude because you

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have a message that's going to resonate with this group of people

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over here that's the same as these over here, but just in a different

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delivery. So keep going.

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Keep going, my son and I did, but not to the fullest extent.

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And that's because.

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There you go.

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Got in the way.

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Originally on mine, I had memes

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that went viral.

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My daughter and I, that's what

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really started my presence online and getting into helping people.

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And in these memes going viral, I noticed just how judgmental people

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were, and hateful on the littlest things, picking apart, you know, I

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put a white vignette around my picture and they were picking

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apart my ashy feet, wondering what's going on, if I have a

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disease or this and that.

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Really, it's just a filter that

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was, you know, encroaching on all these different things.

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And that actually impacted me quite a bit.

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I didn't want to admit it.

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And I just started speaking on

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this really, how it really made me insecure.

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And so in this process, when I was first shown, yes, share your

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message, share your voice, trying to get there, I was still worried

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about having to take the perfect picture, perfect video, make sure

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everything was perfect, worrying about my physical form.

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So people couldn't pick me apart that much.

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Falling short of the delivery on really what mattered right so

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stuck on physical form so when I had this happen to me, the second

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spiritual experience, I felt the sacrifice and felt just terrible

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for not giving myself and I felt like I never felt was Jesus Christ

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and. As I share that story and even

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just sometimes I'll visit a Christian Church, I feel called to

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go do so and people automatically think I'm Christian and i wouldn't

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say I am.

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I'm sure one day if I study the

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Bible enough, I could probably find all my beliefs in there, just

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the way I would decipher the scripture compared to most, right?

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You know, intuitively I've always felt reincarnation is a real thing

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and many other things which has allowed me to let go so much and

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see this life is such a minimal, really blip on the map.

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So that is really in a nutshell how it first began and I

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transitioned. To fully diving in and renouncing

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many things in my devotion and hitting a point now where I have

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that connection in many ways not just through music and don't need

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technics anymore as well.

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Diving in through meditation just

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on a daily basis.

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Not really came in tune from

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raising my vibration which was the preceding factor before that.

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Focusing on my health, be more selfless raising that vibration

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off coming out of my heart space and opening up and aligning with

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myself. So that was you know, it's been a

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beautiful transformation and.

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That's, you know, one of my

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favorite things is when I meditate morning and evening, diving into

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it and just getting into that space and disconnecting with the

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form, the physical form, and, you know, the ego, the pain body, and

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realizing who the true self inside is.

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Well, you certainly bringing me a lot of hope in this moment because

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I've been on this path for years now and still really struggle with

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some of the things I hear you.

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Are really confronting

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wholeheartedly, like meditation.

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Meditation is such a painful one

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for me still.

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So it's really beautiful to hear.

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And the reminder is like just show up one more time than I fall down.

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Like that's kind of the that's what I'm getting.

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You know what? I'm on meditation, Nathan.

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I really resonate with that because it's something I had such

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difficulty with. Meditation was one of the things

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that I was telling my clients to do at least 10 minutes a day that

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I was struggling to do.

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And I don't like, you know,

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telling you to do something I'm not doing.

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And I would struggle just trying to do 10 minutes a day, trying to

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do 10 minutes a day.

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And then I came across a Yogi

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speaking on it, on how he said don't worry about it doesn't have

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to be this way or that way.

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Take it as it comes.

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Your mind's busy, your mind busy, your mind's blank.

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Create your mind blank.

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Focus on your breath.

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If you want to just go into it, get into that space and that is

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really what opened my eyes to and started enjoying it more.

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And then.

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When I had one experience again on

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psychedelics, where I was just, the whole journey was just boom, I

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just disconnected from my body, completely weightless.

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You know, I had a lot of pain in my body and I was just showing me

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you can do this through meditation, without this drug,

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without this plant medicine.

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And so I started diving into it a

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lot deeper and then understanding also yoga more on your the reality

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of what yoga is not the western view of it, just as these

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movements, right, the movements of hatha yoga is actually so you can

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sit and meditations.

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So I have recently stopped

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focusing on my, you know physical appearance and wanting to have

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more muscle and focusing on more on flexibility and function.

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And now I can actually sit with cross leg it almost half Lotus

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pose, these different things that have been slowly progressing and

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it's been a beautiful thing.

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But again when I when I first made

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that kind of breakthrough, it was like, hey, you gotta lie down and

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do it, lie down and do it because I had a terrible back pain.

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You know, I was also folks who I'm supposed to be sitting like this,

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right upright. Sure, yeah you want to get to that

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point but if that's going to be a barrier.

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To even getting close to crossing over, well then you know, step

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back and just start with small steps.

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Of that, start with small steps.

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Like, I think that is just one of

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the beautiful messages that's missing in our society so much

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today. It's all about like getting to the

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top of the mountain instead of like, well, how many steps did you

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take and what was the quality of each steps that you took that got

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you there? And that's just such a critical

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piece. So I I'm, I mean, I'm loving

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everything you're saying.

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I really like.

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There's so many directions I could head off in.

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Now I need to choose one.

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But I think there's a piece in

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there around, OK, so there's the practical side.

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I'm very interested to hear the story around actually having this

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experience that you had the first Big Awakening where there was like

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this connection with these people who's and the saving lives.

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Like I want to get to that.

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I think first I would just like to

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hear practically around the plant medicines and psychedelics because

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I think for many people listening who are either somewhat

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experienced or curious, etcetera, there's obviously a big step

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around how do I do this responsibly.

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How do I do it safely? And so when you were working with

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these medicines for you, what was the way that you would put set and

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setting? Basically, how did you build your

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structure that enabled you to have these journeys and have these

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experiences in a way that was beneficial rather than harmful?

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Yeah, absolutely. So with the plan medicines, you know when I was

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younger it was never plant medicine was a drug.

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You know see the walls moving and enjoy it and what not.

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And I won't lie in the, you know the last two years I have caught

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myself utilizing it as a drug to enjoy the lasers and the shiny

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lights in my home and what not.

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But I've made that transition to

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you know Qatar out completely and really dive in just for the

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spiritual connection. So backing up to, you know your

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question, the first setting for me when I started.

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Utilizing them, as I said, just ground myself and bring my ego

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down. I was going for either a run or a

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bike ride in the park.

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Now, I wouldn't suggest going on

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your bike. That was, you know, there's

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sometimes that I shouldn't have been on my bicycle, but that's

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where it started.

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And I actually was listening to

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this. I got into the habit.

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My setting was go to the park and listen to one of my favorite audio

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books, the seven laws of spiritual success by Deepak Chopra, to an

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hour and 11 minutes, if you put it on 1 2 speed.

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Nice speech, little slow for my liking, and that was my go too.

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And it was a good, just really fulfilling journey for me.

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And then I went to do that this one time.

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And within 5 minutes I took my tea and I jumped on my bicycle was off

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to head to the park.

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This was 15 minutes away from my

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home. And five minutes in, this is

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before the medicine that kicked in.

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I felt the most strongest intuitive.

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Draw inside of me to turn around, turn around and go back home.

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I was like, what? No, I'm excited to go to the park.

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It's a beautiful day.

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I just had this tea.

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I'm gonna go enjoy frolicking around in the park.

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And then I was like, no, go home, go home.

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And all of a sudden a voice spoke in my head that was not mine, I

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said. Turn around and go home.

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I was like, whoa.

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I was halfway to the park.

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I turned around.

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I couldn't fight it anymore.

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Turn around, went home.

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And just such a negative feeling

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started coming over me.

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I was sitting on my couch and was

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what most would call a bad trip, which I say is often what you

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want. You need to turn into that.

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It's got everything you're looking for.

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Don't fight it.

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And I try to fight it.

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But then I said, what can I do? I had this playlist I made on my

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phone called Soul Music.

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Never listened to it again.

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I was telling about music.

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I really was trying to learn

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music, but I just still couldn't connect.

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I have beautiful.

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Songs by just never like resonated

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what the message actually was.

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So I had this.

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Playlist called soul Music, kind of an hour long.

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I hit play on that and went and jumped in my bed and put my sheets

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over my head and I was just like, let's just ride this out and

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that's when it happened.

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That playlist.

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And I know because actually I had my GPS on for when I was going for

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the bike racks.

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I always like to track everywhere

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I go. And I tracked for almost 3 hours,

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the music played for three hours and my phone doesn't actually want

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to playlist plays, it stops.

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And these songs all spoke to me

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and I was able to ask questions and the songs concert and it was

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clear. And again, for awhile I didn't

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tell anybody this and like, you sound fucking crazy, dude.

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Like man, you're gonna make people think God doesn't exist for sure

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if that's where it's all coming from.

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The psychedelic world.

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So that's really where that has

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started. And that was a set again, now that

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I have transitioned to utilizing it, well, actually my most recent

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journey was a clear indicator.

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You don't need this.

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You have the answers that you're seeking right now.

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Maybe in the future you do.

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But yeah, it was a complete and I

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already knew that.

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Was aware of it, so it's quite

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interesting to see that just in powerful message.

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But my favorite setting for utilized in such a manner was a 5

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gram dose of penis envy, which is the strongest, strongest strain

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that I'm aware of.

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And taking that as a T and I would

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start with a meditation, really setting intentions on that,

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praying with it in my hand on what I'm looking for, what I'm seeking

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to release, the guidance I'm looking to receive, and then I

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would go into my room in the dark, shut off all the lights.

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And just see where it takes me.

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And so no distractions, cause it's

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awesome looking at, you know, I have all these lasers and stuff

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around the house for all the parties we throw and whatnot.

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Honestly, it's awesome.

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Sitting there with a bunch of

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shrooms and looking at those lasers, it's like just mind

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blowing, but it's distracting from what you could actually be

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receiving. So that's my preferred setting,

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you know, and a lot of people, it would be best they did it with a

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guide. The one thing I do think some with

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a guide.

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Pros and cons with that?

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Because I think on my experience, you know, if I had a guide with

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me, if I had a person with me, I don't know if I ever would have

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broke through. You know, they would have maybe

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interrupted. I was having such a hard time,

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right? So I don't know if I would have

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received that as I did because I was just so alone and so

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susceptible to what needed to come to me in and save me at the time.

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And that's where I'll, you know, my second experience, as I said

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that experience in the washroom.

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I got down on my knees crying when

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I felt that sacrifice, knowing that I wasn't giving what I should

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have been.

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As profound as my experience was

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six months prior dropped down and he's crying.

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Then I got up, leaned against the bathroom wall, and I had just

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taken a shower and instant my mind could get off the wall.

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It's a brown wall.

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You're going to get us big

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watermark on it.

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And sure enough, I did.

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And the watermark.

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And this was this to me, was just

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set. Everything in stone again was the

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perfect shape of these giant lips.

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Now to back up for the last two

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months I have artwork all over here around me and it's all

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motivational. Artwork by iconic and iconic also

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has this artwork of these lips in different things like gold

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dripping money flowers.

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My daughter and I have been

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wanting to purchase one of these paintings of the lips and put it

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in this very spot in the bathroom.

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So that was the message to me yes

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and it's actually my birthday actually, as of an hour into this

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journey now, it was in the middle of the night.

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I was like, yes, school and purchased that, put it here to

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remember and I go on iconic and of course they just made one that was

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with butterflies, the butterfly flick metamorphosis.

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So I purchased that and put it in there.

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That was a staple on that.

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So that's, you know, in a nutshell

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my journey.

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I've experienced many other things

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since then so.

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Well, let's go.

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Let's get into the just cause like what you're talking about.

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These so-called synchronicities of things lining up.

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I actually remember again, just a brief intro to the next story I'm

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interested in hearing.

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But when my beloved Kylie and I

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were first together, we decided to do a journey together.

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Must have been maybe two or three grams each.

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Like it wasn't a sort of hero, the heroic dose, but still enough that

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things got intense, and especially with someone we'd known each other

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maybe a year at that point.

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So things were still quite new and

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I still.

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Credit that experience with the

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how deep and how long our relationship has lasted at this

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point. But one of the things that

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happened that night was that at one point we were lying next to

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each other, kind of just like cuddling, just spooning just and

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it was intense.

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Especially then I was much less

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experienced with plant medicines and those kind of transformative

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spaces. And so there was like a lot of

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intensity and in me, I'm the communicator that's my one of my

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gifts in life is to be the one who brings the message and shares the

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message of life.

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If my people and so with Kylie,

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she was lying there and they would be quiet and then I'd have this

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feeling of energy getting stuck and it would start to feel dark

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and scary and intense and the balance of energy would be out of

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alignment. And as I felt it, there was this

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urge to speak to it, to say I witnessed this, I see what's

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happening and I would speak it.

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And as I would speak it exactly.

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The thing that Kylie was struggling with in that moment

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would be the thing that I was speaking.

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And it would then release the energy and we could like, find out

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equilibrium again.

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So those, and there are just so

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many of those kind of stories, which is just amazing.

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So I would love to hear this one of how has you had that awakening

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where there were things that proved to you, that helped you to

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really know when you came out the other side that this is real.

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This is not just me thinking I'm off on some journey with some

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psychedelic drugs. Yeah, absolutely. And I have a few

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friends who do guides, guided journeys and that they always

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speak on that what you just mentioned the connection to the

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energy, the shift and feeling that what the person is going through

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and that drama.

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It's funny.

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Every time i do mushrooms, I actually my back pain i feel

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completely different. It's a trapped energy.

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It's like I'm holding out there for a reason, something I still

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haven't unlocked the keys to and understanding.

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So yeah, as I said the profound, you know confirmation that one

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night with the painting and that is with the lip mark and I being

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exactly the painting we were looking at.

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And that's what brought me to talk to reach out to a friend of mine

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who is a pastor and Christianity start doing a Bible study because

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I was like, well, I felt sacrificed with sacrifice, with

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Jesus Christ, right.

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And started diving into it always

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intuitively though I felt reincarnation to be real thing,

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these different things that really fell outside the box of what most

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in that religion perceive.

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So back to one thing you said

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there. I resonate with people kind of

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coming out me sometimes they see me going to church and then I talk

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about this or that, and they get very mad that I'm seeing anything

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outside the box and what I loved.

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When my pastor came over, he said,

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hey, Sean, you're saying things I don't agree with, but I'm not

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going to tell you that.

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I just want you to know that is

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something I don't agree with.

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I'm going to tell you right now,

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but I'll never say anything because that's between you and

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God. That's your progressive

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revelation. I wish that was the approach that

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I had as a child because I never would have steered away right It

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was just all-encompassing So the first time when I was left with

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names, one specific name was an individual that I used to be very

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good friends with when I moved to Winnipeg here and it hadn't talked

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to him for, I don't know, six seven eight ten years.

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I can't remember how long it's been.

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I've never think about him nothing i just came to me.

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And so I reached out to him that evening and the next morning he

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messaged me back and he said, holy shit, man, like you came to my

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mind just a day ago.

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To reach out and but I'm in such a

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low place that hit like rock bottom of my drinking and drug

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use. My out of the house.

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I was in pretty well like a crack house last night, just about ready

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to actually give up on my life.

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And so I told them what happened.

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I was like, God gave me last night.

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And that's new for me to say.

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I sound crazy saying this, but we

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need to connect, man.

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I'm going to help you.

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And so he turned his life around and got sober and steering

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towards, you know, developing an addiction counseling program.

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Actually as well.

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So that was a huge one.

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Then a few other individuals that reached out to that or they just

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completely changed their life that night.

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And they're like, wow, that message you sent me, I just give

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it a message to send and A way to deliver it.

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And it made just the lasting imprint.

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And these are people that I didn't really know online, but I was

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given their name.

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So I was quite interesting.

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So that those first two experiences were very profound for

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me to look back on and never be able to really shake my head and

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say, no, that was all in your mind yeah yeah, those are those are

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critical for cause.

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The mind and the ego is so good at

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being like it was just, you know, synchrony, like it could have just

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happened to anyone.

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It's just whatever.

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And then but there's some stories where it's like, I know what that

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felt like. I know how crazy the odds of that

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happening are like this.

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You can't overcome that.

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So I'd love to hear you mentioned something around moving from anger

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to love because obviously the context here and part of the

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reason for this conversation, the reason I know about you is because

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you have been a voice for.

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Sovereignty and a voice for

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liberty and human rights.

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I mean it's the foundational stuff

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of like what it means to be human and you've really chosen some very

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strong stands around.

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No, I wouldn't say ignoring, but

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consciously. Consciously choosing an alternate

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path to the one that your government has set for you.

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For example, you're in Canada and all these lockdowns and shutdowns,

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you can't do this, but everyone's doing that instead and just like

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things that didn't make sense to you.

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And so I'm really curious how that aligned not just in the actions

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you took, but in the way you felt about it.

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Because it sounds like initially there was the sense of that you

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were judging that you were angry and you wanted to like, I'm going

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to take you down kind of thing and then something shifted and now

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when you speak.

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About it, there's a sense of love

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and understanding and actually show saw a brief video of you at

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the trucker convoy where you were in the town and you were even

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saying to the army guys on the other side with their big armor

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and their helmets and their Shields, and you were like,

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listen, I have only love for you.

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Like, I'm not judging you.

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I just, I see you.

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I know that.

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You know that this isn't right.

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And I'm calling you out on that.

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And I just, I'd love to hear you speak to that journey from rage

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and anger and judgment to love and understanding without.

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What's still having clear boundaries?

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And that's a very powerful distinction.

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It's not just our love and light and everything's cool, but it's

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like, hey, I love you enough to be strong in this.

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Absolutely and that's something I should try to emphasize a little

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bit more when I talk on it still setting those clear boundaries,

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still standing to protect what is right and definitely that was a

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transition I made you know when the lockdowns came when the news.

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Per spread about what was happening.

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And instantly my intuition said, no, that's not right.

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And people aren't going to listen to this.

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And now this is at a time where I had.

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Who was making the transition away?

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I was doing most of my life coaching online and I was making

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the transition away from one-on-one coaching into virtual

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programs. I developed a virtual program two

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years prior and I was taking notes for two years, taking feedback and

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about to revamp it into something I really wanted.

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A gift to the world where well-rounded way to just change

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your life and take ownership.

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And so this is at the time where I

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adjust, emptied my bank account to purchase all the professional

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gear. To execute on that the best that I

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could. And I was writing a book as well,

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so I was really in just bought all those gears time to figure out how

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to do it.

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How to use the damn camera, how to

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use the computer, the video editing software, the green

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screen, all this stuff to develop this virtual interactive program

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and. When that happened, I was like,

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OK, well people aren't gonna listen to this, get back to

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workshop and just keep going.

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And then I think six months, nine

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months later, I realized people were listening and.

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Then they said you couldn't have more than one person over at your

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home or even in your yard.

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And I just like enough is enough.

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Like, this is ridiculous.

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Originally, a couple months into

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realizing people were listening, I wished I had a storefront, that I

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could be that shining light in the city to, like, show you, hey, you

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can say no.

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Whatever they want to ticket you

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have, try to close your door.

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Follow Ian Smith, my man.

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And in the states, who took his damn door off his gym, he led the

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way for us, right? That was an inspiration for where

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I went. And so that's when I jumped online

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and I made this deal.

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And this is another thing that we

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could talk about and stealing that confidence on the reality of God.

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Because I made a deal.

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I said, OK, I'm going to put all

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my stuff aside, right? I just empty my account.

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I mean, emptied.

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I run things real close.

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Times like I didn't have a safety net, nothing.

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I'm gonna put everything off to the side and I'm going to do what

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I know I need to do to help people in the community and then use that

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as a shining light for the reach I have online.

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So I have this yard my home is on just off of one of the busiest

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streets in Winnipeg.

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There's actually just a parking

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lot separating us with this bar.

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So and actually ironically, the

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parking lot is about 6 feet higher and great.

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So it's perfect for people that actually come and see exactly what

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I'm doing in my yard.

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Big bubble on one of the busiest

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streets. I used to teach boot camps, so.

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Gyms were closed, all these things were closed, right?

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People weren't allowed to interact with each other.

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I said alright, jumped on my social media and said.

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Come on down here for free boot camp classes every week.

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No matter what, I'm here.

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If it's just me or if it's 100 of

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you, don't care who tells me I can't.

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This is a place of safety.

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Come on down.

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And that is what started the movement in this Community that,

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you know, evolved into doing kids classes, weekly yoga class, weekly

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martial arts class, biweekly fires, comedy nights, karaoke

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nights, acts, trolling events like all these different things that

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bring people together and give them a place of safety and a place

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to inspire them to stand in their truth.

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And, you know, I can back up and talk about that deal I made

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because I said, hey, I'm gonna put everything off to the side, just

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make sure my bills are covered and it got really sketchy.

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And then all of a sudden just a random person would come around

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and be like, here, here's a large donation.

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I know you need this.

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And actually it happened one time

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where I got down on my knees.

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I was like, hey, I.

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Made, made-up Like I kept my end of the bargain, and here I am,

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almost three mortgage payments behind as of tomorrow, and they're

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gonna put my home in for foreclosure.

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I need 10 grand tomorrow.

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Thank you.

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And I said so with confidence.

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You know, when I pray, I don't, I

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don't request ever the odd time I'll stay.

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Like, hey, just in case you didn't notice, this is what's needed.

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Thank you for bringing it right.

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And that's what I did this time.

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And the next morning I forgot I had a call with this individual in

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Miami who runs a foundation out there.

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The phenom foundational.

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Give him a shout out.

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Eric, my man.

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I just absolutely love what he's

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brought to the table and now become a mentor of mine in a close

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friend. Had a call with him, and actually

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I've been putting it off for a while.

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I get a lot of requests online and you know, a lot of weirdos and

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stuff, so I don't, I don't give people the time of day often, as

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often as I should.

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So we finally had this call and

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jump on, and he's talked to me about, you know, I see what you're

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doing. I wanna help you fundraise so you

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can start the school that I see you want to do for kids and

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whatnot. And at the end of the call, he

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tells me, you know, I'm sure you're in a really kind of rough

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spot. I can.

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I have a feeling that you probably need some money.

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And I was like, yeah, that's rough.

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Yeah, for sure.

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But, you know, I'll figure it out

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and all. I'm going to send you a little bit

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of money to help you stay afloat.

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And we'll get on a call next week,

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do this, do this interview that I want to share out to the my

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sponsors, like, yeah, OK, whatever right rubbing it yes.

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Right after the call, 2 minutes later, alright, essentially a

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transfer on PayPal sends me 10 ground gift, exactly what I asked

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for. That happened two more times and

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when I absolutely needed it and actually been tested on my faith

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on that going into things when people are like, why don't you

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just really focus on your business or do this?

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You have so much you can monetize off of this community you build.

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I'm like, that's not the deal I made.

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That's not why I'm here.

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There may be a shift for that

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eventually sometime I do see that approaching, but right now I'm

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still to stay true on this deal I made.

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And so that's, you know, just.

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Whipping the story on really

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instilling that belief as well in the power of that connection that

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I've made. And yeah, so my stance, you know,

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the word got out quickly on the community.

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As I said, it evolved to all these different events.

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The word got out to the police quickly as well.

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They were there quite often trying to scare me into shutting down,

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handing me tickets over the fence, and I showed everybody.

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Big for you.

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And I did so with anger.

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As you mentioned, I was very angry at people enabling, getting behind

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things because they didn't want to have an unpopular opinion.

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Maybe they maybe they didn't want to just get a little bit backlash

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from their friends, family or workplace, or just wanted to be a

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part of the club or, you know, for whatever reason that they did.

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There were so many and I was very upset about it because I looked at

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them as the problem and that they were enabling all this to happen.

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That transition I made is I've dived deeper into my spirituality.

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I see this all as a great awakening and kind of part of a

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play. I think that is a story theme that

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is here for a reason and we have free will as people.

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But I do feel like there is a theme in the world that still

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plays out and that is what has allowed me to release and

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understand now. This is we can't have this

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beautiful awakening that is such on Fast forward right now if we

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didn't have those other people and all the ridiculousness that is

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grabbing people and shaking them to ask questions.

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I just like ask questions, my son.

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Look at what's happening.

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Wake up.

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So I've evolved to letting go and

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respecting everybody's journey and that's when, you know, I had one

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journey, I called my I am journey when I was showing we're all one.

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There is no difference.

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Like God is everything and

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everything. We're all one.

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We're all paid at the same consciousness.

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Just it's our pain, bodies and egos that could develop from

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society around us that trigger this being that's really not us

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that reacts to other things around us.

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And I understood that.

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I fell in the divide that was

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purposely put there and I wasn't helping anything.

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Sure, I help people have a safe place, but I could have done that

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out of love.

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Sure, it was nice for a lot of

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people at that time to see a man speaking up with aggressive,

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assertive direction. On what was going on and inspiring

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people to do so, but the benefit that had to them cause more divide

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on the other side where they weren't hearing any message I had

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to share so I could approach a much better way.

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Remember when I came across Aubrey Marcus, his podcast somewhere in

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time like that guys like me but like evolved 20 years from now

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like really coming out of a better place that's connecting people and

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that's the aim I've been making to just connect, to not divide but

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unite. And that definitely takes a lot of

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put in your ego aside and different things.

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But it's yeah.

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So it's been a huge evolution.

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Ottawa was one thing that really instilled that changed me

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completely. Going to Ottawa, the trucker

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convoy I was there for just about the entire time, minus the first

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two days, so like six weeks in total.

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And that completely changed me.

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Just seeing people coming together

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the way they did and just all the love it and I think everybody that

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went there that really embraced that.

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It changed them.

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It was just something beyond

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belief, really seeing everybody come together the way they did,

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you know, pulling garbage out of out of everywhere, shoveling

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streets. Bringing food in, smuggling, gas,

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whatever you had to do, people just did their part and did it and

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made it happen.

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We all stood there in sovereignty

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together and it was a beautiful thing that really.

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Just made me love people so much more.

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And that was the message of last year, you know, love thy neighbor

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as yourself. I kept getting it like it was

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already here, Sean, this is what you need to be doing.

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Love thy neighbor as yourself.

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I hear you, but fuck, it's hard.

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I'm like, I want to hit these people, which ended up happening.

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Actually, I did get an incident that we might dive into that I've

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talked to on my second podcast here and that I just put out the

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Vikings voice. So it was a message that I finally

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absorbed. Love thy neighbor as yourself,

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understanding it, like, and that was that.

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I am journey.

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That really helped me, you know,

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if I say.

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If you use this like, saying F you

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to me, we're all one in this, right.

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I know it's a hard concept for a lot of people to realize, but I

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feel that polarity in this world, the duality is there for a reason,

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to help us come back to who we truly are.

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And really, you know, if you people like, well, what about all

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those people suffering and this and that.

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Like, it's so terrible to say that, you know, I put out a post

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to their day.

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Like what you're receiving right

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now is what's best for the evolution of your consciousness

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and people speak on.

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What about those in concentration

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camps were not.

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Well, I can't cite the names of

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who they were, but I know there were people that had the same

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outlook as that.

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Same understanding.

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And the way I look at it is like if you hopped on, you know I have

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a wee here, the only video game that I'll play my daughter to

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play. Sometimes we jump on there and

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play Mortal Kombat where they're killing each other, right.

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It's just a video game, it's just one little blip and that's kind of

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how I look at this life.

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It's just really how real is it in

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retrospect on the grand scheme of things.

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So those are part of the things that have helped me in that

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evolution to just really release and respect others journeys and

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just focus on becoming my best self.

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Higher self and shine that light, being a lighthouse with the world.

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Wow there's I'm just resonating with so much you're saying right

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now it's the I thought that came up as you were speaking is.

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Well, there's a few parts to it, but it's an old saying that's it's

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better to be a warrior in a garden than a gardener in a war.

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And by the same token, someone else said and I will look up these

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quotes if I can find them and put them into the show notes just so

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people can go and like track down the readings a bit more.

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But another one that says.

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It might even be anyway, I don't

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know who says it, but it's basically that someone who says

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they're a pacifist but is not dangerous, is harmless, is not a

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pacifist. They're just harmless, like you

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can. I could say I'm a pacifist, but

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what does it matter if I couldn't do anything anyway?

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A real pacifist is someone who's deadly, someone who's incredibly

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dangerous and who is choosing peace.

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And really, what? I just, I'm wanting to reflect

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that for you right now.

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Because when I see you and I see

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how strong you are, and I see and I hear these stories of how at

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times you have been an angry man.

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Have even hurt people at times

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that your choice to be someone who is in love, which some could say

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is a pacifist in some ways, is to remember that we are all one.

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And that my that by you living your truth, you're not trying to

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deny someone else theirs.

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You're just living your truth.

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And that there is a big difference there.

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And so really just honoring that, what it means to be a true

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peaceful warrior or a man of peace or a pacifist.

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So thank you for that.

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Oh, absolutely and that's, you

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know, that's one of my most recent.

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Lessons and ongoing court case I have for when I did lose my temper

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on individual and really understanding true strength and

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powers and the restraint.

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You know, sheathing her sword,

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having the sword and knowing how to use it, but sheathing it and

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keeping that guard on until there was a time that's absolutely

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necessary. And I'm still undecided if that

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time would ever be of reality.

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And even the scripture, you know,

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on the meek shall inherit the earth.

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The word meek is something I think is one of the most misunderstood

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words out there.

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So it is, yeah, that restraint.

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That's for power is through strength, not allowing your pain

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body to react and everything get involved in the in the reaction

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from what's around you.

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Well, so, yeah.

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So I've come at this from kind of the opposite direction in a way,

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where I've been, well, maybe not the opposite direction, but I've

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focused a lot on the sort of spirit and the we are all oneness

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and at the expense in many ways of my actual physical health.

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So I've had sort of like, chronic pain issues and all kinds of stuff

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for many years.

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And instead of taking that as an

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invitation to take better care of my body, I kind of went deeper

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into like, oh, I must need to heal something emotionally, mentally.

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And you know, through what I called depression, what people

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call depression, which I now think is has a Jim Carrey says

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depression is your avatar, letting you know it's tired of the

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character you're playing.

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That's a good way to put it.

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I gotta, I gotta write that one down, yeah.

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Dude, Jim Carrey.

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That guy's a boss.

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Anyway, so what I've been recently realizing is that actually, if I

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take care of my vessel, like my health and my fitness, basically

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on a very practical term, that is that.

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Enables me to do a number of things.

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One, it enables me to become a dangerous man, to become a strong,

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dangerous man who can then be a real pacifist instead of just like

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a harmless man who's like, yeah, I choose peace because I can't

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choose anything else.

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And also that it enables me to

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live in a body that is so strong and vibrant and energized that I

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can really be of service.

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That the voice, the messages, the

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stories, the podcast, The Love, the all the things I'm here to

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bring. I have the capacity to do that.

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And the reason I'm bringing that up now is because.

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You have focused on that part in your life really strongly, being a

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strong, physically fit, healthy man.

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And I'm curious just again, for our listeners and for me and for

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anyone who comes across this, like how do you recommend people maybe

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who haven't focused on that area as much as they'd like to or

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realizing, wow, that would be really, that's a good resilience

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tool for me as to get strong in my body.

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What are some of the tips or the ways that you'd recommend people

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get started or improve in that area?

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Yeah, absolutely. And I think it's crucial, one of the biggest tips

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and it's something I've recently moved away and, you know, ego has

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been something I've been a topic of study of mine for quite some

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time and i'm really just starting to learn so much more about it

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that i thought I understood and had it be I was really taken back

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actually. And that was God's kind of

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humorously a few times of showing me that I didn't quite humorous,

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actually. A few of them I laugh on now.

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So one of the things is really, truly don't worry about how you

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look in the mirror.

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Careful with that.

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Be careful.

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Obviously you want to be

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presentable and in good health, but be very careful.

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The trap of looking in the mirror and especially with what

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everything you see on social media, you can really get stuck in

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your ego very quickly with that and get addicted to the changes

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you see, which you know could be a good, useful fuel for the fire.

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But it's a it's a very fine line to dance on, so be careful with

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that. Focus on functionality through

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overall health and some of the, you know, most simple tips that I

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would give people.

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Some of the biggest ones asleep

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actually prioritize good quality sleep, and it's something that we

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really take for granted or not necessarily take for granted, but

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just put to the wayside in this vast world we're living.

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Slow down.

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Be in the present moment, folks on

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sleep. Minimize your stress everywhere

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you can. And one of the best ways I've done

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that is realizing the bigger picture and letting go.

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You know, understanding that worrying robs you of your piece

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today. So those are some I know not

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directed to what many would think the first askers would be, but

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minimized ask get good quality sleep.

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Get out in the sun.

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You know, wake up and go to bed

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with the sun.

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Get out if you can't, even in the

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middle of winter, take your shirt off and let those rays hit you.

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That is your life source.

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Soak up that sun for these 10

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minutes in the morning, 10 minutes in the evening, at least.

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Preferably much longer than that.

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Hydration if you're drinking the

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tap water. I don't know where you are, but

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it's probably not a good idea here in Winnipeg, and I didn't even

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wake up to this until not too long ago.

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It's got tons of fluoride, chlorine, all these different

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things, and they're fine.

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Good quality.

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Drinking water and get that in you and eat real Whole Foods, right?

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Eat Whole Foods, real food, some of the biggest things.

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I suggest even just the easiest way to start, take soy and canola

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off your diet.

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And watch how much you're actually

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not eating anymore, as that stuff is in everything.

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And look into it on the damaging effects.

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Eat real Whole Foods, a balanced diet and breathwork that's huge.

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These different things, meditation.

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So these are really things that you can do that will ground you

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and bring you in a place of peace.

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And we haven't even talked about

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physical performance, physical exercise yet, right?

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And obviously that's going to be a key component, working out your

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body, whether it just be a fast walk, just start.

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Running, if you can, waits.

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Resistance training is huge.

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I'm definitely I suggest picking up some weights for sure.

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It's going to really help your body and help your metabolism as

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well. And one of the biggest things a

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lot of people you know.

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One of the key points I can say

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beyond that, without making it too confusing, too much information is

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make sure enough, a lot of people are in a position of wanting to

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lose weight and they don't eat enough and they put their body

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actually in starvation mode where their body is now storing on to

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their fat, holding it on for dear life, and burning down their

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muscle for energy to survive.

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And that's how she gonna bring her

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metabolism lower and you're gonna have the opposite result of what

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you're seeking. So those are some simple things

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I'm working out.

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You know, you don't have to get

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crazy with it, like complicated, but it's like, oh, well, you know,

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just workout, move your ass, pick up some things, pick up some heavy

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things, even just some water jugs, move them around freaking do this,

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that some squats, like, honestly just get moving the workouts you

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can, you can make those more technical down the road.

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You just have to keep it simple.

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But your food, your sleep, your

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stress, your sunlight, you're breathing, your water hydration,

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focus on those simple things to start.

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And then as you as you gain some traction, you're going to find

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yourself more interested and more able to absorb information as you

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research on better diet, on better exercise, because you build this

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confidence and more awareness and interest in the subject.

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Yeah, I mean, that's exactly what I've been experiencing.

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So it hasn't even been that long and it's kind of I've on and off

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i've been with trying out different exercise things and

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nothing's really stuck.

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And then literally in the last six

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weeks, it's really been that recent that I have recommitted

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because I was a surfer when I was young, I was really into surfing.

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That was my church, like that was my present moment awareness.

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There is no way that I can be on a wave and anywhere else but here

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now like this it doesn't work.

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And so and then I had some

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injuries along the way.

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I got into drugs and drinking

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women and all the and are prioritized.

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Other things, same similar story.

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Like I was escaping the pain that

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I had inside me and I thought and I was trying to fit into a society

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that had told me very clearly when I was a kid that I was not OK by

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the society standards.

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I was like, I just want to be

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honest and connect and have fun.

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Like fun and it was like, no,

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we're going to bully you and we're going to give you detention and

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we're gonna crush that beautiful spirit as much as we can till you

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conform. And I tried to conform.

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I tried hard anyway, so.

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Through it all, the chronic pain,

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all the things started to happen over the years and then surfing

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really kind of stopped being an option because of neck spasms,

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etcetera. Long story short, six weeks ago I

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finally really committed to Kettle Bells, which is something I've

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worked on and off with over the last few years, really always

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enjoyed it, but never like stayed consistent enough.

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And in the last six weeks, I mean it has given me just so much on so

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many levels that and I don't really look that different.

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It's been six weeks like, but I'm not.

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I enjoy looking in the mirror just because I actually think I look

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lovely. I was telling my partner I think I

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have like dysmorphia in a positive way.

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Like I always look in the moment like my body is lovely but but the

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difference that I'm noticing is the feeling of energy and

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strength. Like I started on 12 kilograms.

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Do you guys work in kilos? There is that.

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A pounds, but I know the difference.

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Yeah, OK, cool.

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So it's a lot of those Once Upon a

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time. There you go, there you go.

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So I started on 12 kilos and it was like hard.

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And then I moved up to 16 after a few weeks and I was like, wow,

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this is really hard.

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And now there are exercises that

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when I did them, like there's a 10 minute workout that I when I first

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tried it with 16 kilos, I thought I was going to throw up.

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Like I was literally collapsed on the ground, almost in tears.

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And now I can do it and I can do it.

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And at the end of it I'm like, I want to do something else, like

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let's keep swinging these kettle bells.

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And so I don't know, just for me starting because I've always tried

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to start like I said.

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The spirit like start with the

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breath and the meditation, and I think those are really valuable.

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But right now what I'm realizing is that if I start with getting my

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body really, like, strong and vibrant, for me there's a

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playfulness in that which is giving me more capacity to show up

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for all the other areas.

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So anyway.

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Well, I think that, well, that's really interesting to hear, right,

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because we like you said, we really kind of gone opposite

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directions, right. So I speak on what resonates with

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me on it because it was the physical first for me, but that

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brought me to that place of being able to raise my vibration and you

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know, you said something there.

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That I missed, I think, on one of

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the most important things, cut out the alcohol.

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It's bloody poison.

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If you want to enjoy a little bit

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here and there.

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I'm not saying that's something

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that you shouldn't do if you can keep it at that, but it is bloody

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poison for you and it's breaking down your body.

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So if you can cut that out to the greatest degree that you can,

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that's going to be one of the best things you can do as well.

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Kettle bells, you know when those workouts like, get functional?

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Move right, stretch that.

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Yoga is like the last six weeks.

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I've gone through a transition that's just changed my life.

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I could feel my pains unraveling all this tension, and it's a

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beautiful thing. You know, I used to be focused on

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being just completely jacked and now, and it was a huge challenge

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for the ego as I dropped from that.

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But now I do love how I look.

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And I, you know, obviously took

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two pictures with people that were really lucky over here.

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But for me, it's like just knowing the functionality of the health,

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the true health and what it's done to my spirit.

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That has been a huge increase in benefit that I couldn't even

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compare to before on what you think how I look like right?

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And so that's where I speak on the mirror.

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Don't worry so much about, you know, shaping this up that way or

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this way. Compared to these people you see

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these giant butts or whatever.

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Like, it's yeah, it's nice having

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a little bigger, but I'm sitting on a hard chair right now and be

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nice that little more cushion like I used to but still needed that

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big so. When again, I'm just, I keep

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circling back to this because it feels like it's such a such a

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valuable thing that you've offered to people.

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Is this that you are part of the change.

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You are part of this great awakening and I see for so many of

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the people I interact with, it's so easy to get hooked into what

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they call doom scrolling.

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I don't know if you.

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Heard that? Yeah, absolutely, hundred percent % mindset just

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sitting there in a pissing match.

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Honestly, yeah, scrolling is a

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good way to put it.

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To continue on a small steps,

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yeah. Yeah, so I'm just curious into

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like what? What do you feel like if you

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haven't said it? Because you've covered some really

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beautiful stuff here that I think is a massive value to people and

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I'm just wondering.

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If you have any thoughts on like

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what people can do to help themselves to not focus too much

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energy on what is wrong, like it's good to know, we have to know

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these are the things that are being brought to us.

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This is what they say we have to do next, etcetera, etcetera.

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So then but then how to take that and go cool now I know.

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And now I'm going to take action in this direction.

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Are there any things that come up with you that you would advise or

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that reflections? Absolutely something anybody who

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follows me regularly, i've always, I've spoken often.

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It's a something I took from one of my mentors at my let the 9010

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rule and that being take 10 % of our time and energy focused that

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on problems which 10 % would really be identifying the problem

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and possibly what it could grow into and then 90 % of your time

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and energy focused on solutions.

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A lot of us get that backwards.

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Seems to be maybe just human nature, just how society is

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ingrained as we will spend 10 % of the time maybe identifying some

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solutions and 90 % of the time on the problem looking at the

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problem. And if you believe it all in

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manifestation, how would our inner world is our outer world?

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We're just bringing in more problems, telling the universe we

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want this problem.

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So just remember the 9010 rule was

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a huge benefit.

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You know my spending more than 10

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% of my time and energy looking at the problem.

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I already know what it is.

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Why do I need to keep staring at

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it? A lot of people would ask me, you

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know, in this community that we started to transition from all

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those things. I talked about the events and then

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I built the rank and then we did the yard in now and all these

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different things evolved from and all the people I've helped and the

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marches that I put on the and the speeches.

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So how do you have time for this show?

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How do you do all this? We have all these people coming on

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you. This is not.

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Well, for one, I could tell you I'm not sitting there scrolling,

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looking at all this stuff all day, and sitting in a victim mindset.

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At the beginning of everything.

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I got added to WhatsApp or

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Telegram, a couple of these things, and there was only three

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chats that people added me to, which were specifically supposed

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to be to connect.

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So I didn't.

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I didn't join all the other ones.

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That's all for just massive

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information. I never looked at any of them

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other than the notification that I saw a year and a half later, and

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there was something like 700,000 thousand messages unread.

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So I tell people, for one, I'm not looking at that, where you guys

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are all spending your time focusing on the problems, focusing

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on the problems.

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I'm not saying there's not a good

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information in there, not to keep yourself aware, but if you're very

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conscious on where your time and energy is going, you only have so

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much of it in a given day.

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9010 Rule, 9010 rule.

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That's a good one to remember for me.

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Yeah that's a good one for me as well.

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I mean, so cause you said something earlier.

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I don't remember what it was but it triggered a thought that I

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still have the thought which is that when this whole thing.

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Oh yes.

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I remember when you said when it

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first started this whole lockdowns and things you were like oh people

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weren't pay attention to this.

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I had exactly the same like

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literally I was here in South Africa because it comes up every

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year or two.

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They it's the new the swine this

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the SARS that the.

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Oh no, everyone gets scared some

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terrible things gonna kill us all and I've been through so many like

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I never pay attention to that because I know.

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I'm good.

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I've my immune system.

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I know how to take care of myself.

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Like, I know what's real in terms

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of actual health and healing, etcetera.

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So, i always ignore it.

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And then again, same thing like,

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oh, this isn't going away.

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And so I started trying to share

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and, you know, sharing facts on online, like, look, here's a

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statistic around this thing.

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That's what about that.

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And she's just caused so much polarity, just so much arguing.

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And I just, so I stopped.

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I was like, well, I don't want to.

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That's not my jam.

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I don't want to do that.

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And yet the voice, the feeling.

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Of what I do have a truth that

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doesn't match what's out there and I don't feel the need to speak it

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and I don't know how to do that and I really appreciate the way

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that you approached it.

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And actually what I ended up doing

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was I started writing long form spoken word poems.

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Now I've been a wordsmith for most of my life and I started writing

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these spoken word poems and the second or third one was we are

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already free, which has become the title of this of this podcast and

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it was amazing to witness the difference.

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When I shared that poem and I had no idea you said you've gone

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viral, like with your memes and everything.

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I've never had a viral, viral experience, which I love that

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name. But anyway, the.

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And suddenly people were sharing this poem everywhere and just

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saying, like, this is what I wanted to say, but I didn't have

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the words. And it was like, I realized, wow,

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I can focus on my truth and doing what I believe is right without it

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being a polarizing.

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Event yes, some people are going

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to shout at me about it and be upset about it and have stories

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about it and all the things, but I'm not doing it because I'm

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trying to prove someone wrong.

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I'm only doing it because it's my

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truth. And so I guess the question I have

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really is what I love to ask every guest guest is what do the words

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we are already free mean to you? Well, you know what I as I saw the

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name of your podcast, I instinctively came to mind on what

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that means to me.

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And as I hear your last

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conversation, I look over to my left here and see the lighthouse

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that I put here.

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That's what it is, being a

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lighthouse, right? Just shining your light so bright

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where the others that are just aimlessly flying around or just

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run to it and something resonates.

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I love that poetry that you

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putting out there love to check something out.

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That is something i enjoy writing question anytime I fall in love, i

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share such words.

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And actually singing is something

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I've been wanting to get into and creating music I think I'm going

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to execute on sometime soon.

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So as you as you ask that meaning

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is the internal sovereignty in the mind, knowing that we are free and

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we were given that sovereignty, the freedom over our being, the

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freedom of our speech, the freedom of our thought, and that we can

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hold that without giving it away.

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And it really comes down to an

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option, fear or faith.

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Choose fear.

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You're giving your power of thought away.

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You're allowing somebody to come in there and program that and do

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as they wish and control you.

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If they are able to access that

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faith, you're completely released.

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You're free.

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And it's where we all are already free.

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It's there so we're born with it and we can obtain it our whole

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life, no matter what happens to our physical form.

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We're so much more than that.

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Spiritual beings, living a human

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body experience. If you don't believe that, I

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highly suggest you start diving deep down, because that is one of

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the easiest things to find, and it is there, is a beautiful thing.

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Well said. Yeah, I love that.

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I mean, i feel like we could go

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in. So there's so many things that I

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would love to discuss with you.

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I think for now, let's bring this

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to a close and we'd love to have you on again to dive further into

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to some of the kind of doors we've opened.

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But the final thing I'd really love to ask is how can people find

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more of you? You are sharing such wonderful

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things with the world in various ways.

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And I know you've got new things coming and I just kind of where

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can people now get more of you? Absolutely, brother so.

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My Instagram is Sean SHAUNJ Zimmer.

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That IMERI don't post a ton on there, but my stories, I do a lot

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of my stories.

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I've really been moved away from

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social media for a few years and unless there's times I feel the

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need to put out certain messages like resin Ottawa.

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I just finally started my podcast.

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Episode two was just launched on

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Sunday. That's been a long time coming.

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So that is the Vikings voice with Sean Zimmer.

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And that's one of the best places.

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My website at the Viking on

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demand.com and as we are already free came to

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you my kind of new direction with everything I believe in us is what

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came to me.

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And that is the app that I'm

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developing which will really encompass all the things I'm doing

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moving forward.

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So that's coming up pretty soon,

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hopefully to launch that in the next week or two, which will be on

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all platforms available, I believe in us.

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So the Vikings voice, if you really want to hear and stay

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connected. Seeing Instagram is a good place

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as well fantastic i'll be sure to share all the links that you

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mentioned in the show notes and thank you again.

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Really just.

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Honoring that you are embodying we

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are already free, that you are someone out there in the world who

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is living that truth and just feeling.

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I feel deeply grateful for the amount of resonance between our

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stories across the world and all the differences as well and how

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that the difference is illuminate the similarities and vice versa

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and just grateful to have this opportunity.

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So thank you, Sean.

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Thank you so much.

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Oh, likewise, brother.

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Thanks for having me on, Nathan.

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I appreciate looking forward to the next time.

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Thank you again to Sean the Vikings Zimmer for coming on the

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we are already free podcast.

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You can find links to Sean's

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Instagram website, podcast and more at already free dot me

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forward Slash 008 which will give you links to listen on all the

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platforms and then all the links to Sean etcetera are in the show

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notes to every episode.

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Now I have an exciting invitation

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for you if you want to meet other.

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Like hearted listeners of this

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podcast, I've created a free private community where you can

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comment on each episode, ask questions which I will answer

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personally and others too if they have the answers.

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And you can also chat with other already free people from around

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the world. Just go to already free dot me

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forward slash 008 to get your free access.

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Dear listener, wherever you are and whatever you're going through,

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please know that I am grateful to be here.

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With you.

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And I love being me with you.

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Until next week, I wish you blessings on your path.

Nathan Maingard

Nathan Maingard

Nathan Maingard is a wordsmith giving voice to those who feel isolated and lost in these times of mass delusion and dis-ease. A breathwork instructor, modern troubadour (empowering songs, poems & stories) and ILS pro coach, Nathan empowers down-to-earth seekers to be their authentic selves. In this way we can feel, heal, and grow a beautiful world together.

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