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Episode 11: Self Transformation Through Journaling, Books and Youtube with Keri Martin

Despite this ridiculous picture, this painstakingly edited recording might be the most important conversation I ever publish. It took me over 20 hours to edit this, and halfway through I accidentally deleted my work. The strangest sensation was when I realized I wasn’t even upset, because I had learned so much about editing in that eight hours of botched work! It felt good to start over, because this conversation deserves the extra attention, being such valuable content, full of transformative, life-perspective shifting, mind- blowing science and psychology.

In this episode, I interview my mysterious sister Keri Martin about how she came to experience self-realization through journaling, introspection, books and YouTube. These characteristically obscured photos are unfortunately the only images I was able to obtain of this exotic, gorgeous, highly intelligent creature.

I have personally witnessed Keri make a drastic change in attitude and life perspective over the past few years, and it is so profound I had to have her share her insight and the deeply therapeutic healing she has experienced through writing.

We also both share an insatiable desire for knowledge of Universal truths, quantum science, and spiritual advancement, so this episode does dive into the esoteric more than others have. If you have an open mind and are as curious about the truth as we are, she shares several compelling resources of books and Youtube videos for you to research all of these subjects! Links are listed at the bottom of this page.

Keri eloquently explains the life-changing power of releasing the past through journaling and self- forgiveness. We talk about the stacks of books that have changed her life perspective and why she doesn’t participate in any social media or watch Television. (The Snapchat filter was on her husband’s phone!)

Keri is not reachable due to her commendably private and intentionally unplugged lifestyle, but if you have any comments or inquiries you’d like me to pass on to her, feel free to reach out to  me on my contact link here!

My podcast is still new, and I’m discovering through these conversations that my subject matter tends to dig a little deeper than just health and wellness. It’s about holistic wellness and spiritual journeys in many ways, and my podcast is in the process of rebranding, which will be revealed very soon!!

My intention with this podcast is to be as authentic as I am in real life, and part of that is being honest with myself and my audience about the subject matter that ends up coming to the forefront. I am discovering my podcast’s purpose as I create it, and rather than trying to force it to go one direction, I’m following where it is going… This will all make sense to you guys very soon, I can’t wait to explain more when things are finalized! Thank you for listening and supporting the podcast! The goal is always to help you enjoy life right now!

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The Source Field Investigations by David Wilcock

The Synchronicity Key by David Wilcock

The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

May Cause Miracles by Gabrielle Bernstein

The Universe Has Your Back by Gabrielle Bernstein

Teal Swan on YouTube

Spirit Science on YouTube

The Wise Heart by Jack Kornfield

Convoluted Universe series by Dolores Cannon

Marianne Williamson on YouTube

We the Arcturians by Betty Rice with Cynthia Ploski

The History of God by Guy Needler

A Course in Miracles by The Foundation for Inner Peace

 

 

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Episode 7: Benefits of Meditation: How to do it and Why you want to

Photo by Joe Burke @Joeburke108 on Instagram

In this episode I’m not interviewing anyone, it’s just me talking about my favorite subject: meditation. People often ask me how to meditate or say they want to start meditating but they don’t have time, or they aren’t good at it. One, we all have time for things that are important to us, and Two, No one is good at something as a beginner. It has a learning curve but once you get past that and get a regular practice established, it is immensely rewarding for reasons I go into at length in the podcast.

I’ve done my best to make this as succinct as possible, but there is so much to say about this. Nothing like listening to your own voice for 7 hours to scrutinize my own unconscious repetitive speech patterns and my ability to create some unnecessarily verbose word salad. Aaaaand I just did it again right there.

Honestly though, I feel like making this episode is so satisfying, this is basically the stuff I was teaching to the recovery group that I need to get back to working with. After every class they would line up and thank me for coming in and tell me about their experiences, it was incredible to feel helpful in a deep and meaningful way.

All of the things that I say in this episode are my personal truth and opinion, and I realize many people may judge me as an odd duck for certain viewpoints. We all know we are different and unique human beans, and this is my humble opinion after spending over 4 years now studying esoteric ancient knowledge. I have been an avid reader my whole life, I currently read about six non-fiction books a month. I also watch lectures on Youtube, read articles, and talk to people about this stuff often. I always validate information from many sources before deciding something is true, and I look at what biases each source may have, who sponsors what articles or websites, what companies the author of my books own. Some of my sources for this podcast episode are:

Remote Viewing by Tim Rifat

The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy

The Source Field Investigations by David Wilcock

The Everything Answer Book by Theoretical Nuclear Physicist Dr. Amit Goswami

Thanks for listening! I’ll post the guided meditation episode next week!