Eliyahu Jian was my very first Kabbalah teacher. He’s been teaching for nearly three decades, and has developed an uncanny ability to simplify esoteric wisdom. In addition to being a spiritual teacher, he’s a coach, speaker, and founder of the nonprofit Vital Transformation. The mind is split into two parts: the positive and the negative. Whatever you feed grows stronger, and it takes a lifetime of work to ensure that negative thoughts don’t take over. You need to act on positive thoughts or they will eventually become rotten. This is just one of many gems of wisdom from Kabbalah that can transform your life.
Luke Storey joins me in an episode that is a fascinating combination of biohacking and spirituality. We’ll talk about both extreme higher-level consciousness topics as well as extreme self-experimentation. Because we are fundamentally unable to access ultimate truth, we shouldn’t think of our beliefs as true or false. Rather, we should view our beliefs as either empowering or disempowering. Choosing empowering beliefs leads to an empowered life! This is one of my favorite episodes, and I think it’ll be one of your favorites too!
Today's guest, Jeffrey Van Dyk, is both an insightful expert in personal development and a powerful, inspiring speaker. We discuss wounding childhood experiences, which are fundamentally confusing and lead to us blame ourselves. As a result, we feel unworthy, unlovable, inferior, and unwanted. If you’re ready to overcome that battle and step into your life’s legacy, this is the episode for you!
Dame DC Cordova is my guest today on Optimized Geek. I took her excellent seminar Money & You a couple years ago. It was so powerful and had such an impact that I just had to bring her on the show to share her perspective and abundant wisdom with you. As you’ll learn in this powerful episode, you have to let go of your attachment to money in order to become financially wealthy. Money is a manifestation of energy and it needs to be treated and respected accordingly.
How would your life change if you saw every hardship and obstacle you encountered as a promise of a better future rather than as something that ruins your plans (or just your day)? This kind of perspective is often clear in hindsight, but may be harder to see in the moment. I hope that today’s conversation with Getrude Matshe, who opens up about her recent near-death experience and how past obstacles have led to her happy present, will help give you some of that perspective.