Dr. Amit Goswami is a theoretical quantum physicist and a retired full professor from the University of Oregon’s Department of Physics. He pioneered the idea of “science within consciousness,” which he explores in The Self-Aware Universe. It’s all too rare to combine science and spirituality in a compelling way, but that’s exactly what we’re going to explore in this episode. We’ll go down the rabbit hole to a place where quantum physics, consciousness, and mysticism all meet.
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My guest, Charlie Morley, is the bestselling author of three books, including Dreaming Through Darkness. Charlie is a sought-after teacher on lucid dreaming and shadow work who has run retreats and workshops across two decades and over 20 countries. Today, we’ll take a deep dive into lucid dreaming, exploring what it is and how you can harness its incredible power to improve your life.
Donny Epstein is the creator of Network Spinal Analysis, an energy healing modality that has helped so many people including me, my wife, and Tony Robbins. I have been trying to get him on the show for years, and he is finally here to talk about how focusing your energy and living your true energy can transform your life. Donny started out as a chiropractor and created his own healing modality. He is an author, speaker, and healer who shares his exciting knowledge about energy, focus, and how to have the greatest impact on the world.
Todd Herman’s award-winning high-performance achievement system is used by athletes, entrepreneurs, and companies around the world. In a world obsessed with five and ten-year plans, it’s easy to get so caught up in the big picture that you forget to take the smaller steps you need to get there. Believe it or not, any goal you make should only be 90 days out. Todd and I met through a mastermind run by Taki Moore, and I’m excited to finally have him on the show!
Mitch Prinstein joins me in this episode to explore why it’s so important to be likable instead of high status. Mitch is the author of Popular: Finding Happiness and Success in a World That Cares Too Much About the Wrong Kinds of Relationships. He’s also board-certified in clinical child and adolescent psychology. Mitch shares his thoughts on how we can increase our likability, online romantic relationships, time spent on social media, and much much more!