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Episode 7 · 1 year ago

Do you know how to step into the new you?

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Welcome to a new episode of El Circulo de Vida Podcast! I am so excited for you to listen to this episode because I had so much fun recording this with my two great friends Michelle Davis and Jessica Trias. Have you ever felt stress, anxiety or doubt? We gave some powerful tips on how to overcomo these negative emtions and discussed how we stepped into the best version of ourselves. We gave some powerful tips and tricks on how you can start living the life of your dreams and choosing! We also discussed what are thougts, the power of intention, taking control of your mind, how to have new productive thoughts, afformations, and so much more! We even had some awakening while recording this so who knows if youll have some too, I seriously cant wait for you to hear this conversation full of gold nuggets. If you like this episode Please share with your friends on social media so they can listen too and youll help us grow this community in that process! it takes you less than 10 seconds to like, comment and give us a 5 star rating but we will forever be in debt with you. 

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Welcome welcome welcome everyone toCicoarida and partcast episode number seven. Today I am joined by Mitchel D,Davis and Jessica Trias too wonderful and amazing souls from my mastermindcommunity, their dear friends and today we're going to be talking about a topicthat is intended to close the gap in some of you who are wondering. How are you there now? Because if you don't know, we 't weweren't born like this. We weren't born with the knowledge we currently haveand we have grown through a specific, proven process that we're going toshare our stories of how we had it w how we, how we made it right. SoMichelle and Jessica, do you know how to step into donew? You is the topic oftoday and please talk to me about what was the thing that changed: The game ofyour life for you, who wants to go first, Hitas going to be awesome, I'm soexcited for this to for today's episode, Neraco, Cheese, okay, your first on e!! first, so for me it's been mymy best friend Google and I have hadmany conversationsdid Hou freeze way, I'm going to yea frost for asecond, Oh y, go start again, 'causeR for me, my best friend Google and Ihave had numerous conversations and for me it has been- is this: It is this the way that mymind is going to be the rest of my life with all these racing thoughts withjust everything going on like I thought everybody had thought in the same way that I did. Ididn't know that I don't want to say I was differentbecause that always gives a negative connotation, but I thought we all werethe same, and I didn't realize so many thingsthat I was Um that I was papable of changing. So I went on a google hunt to figureout what the heck was wrong, and I do that in airquote wrong with me 'cause Ifound out. I wasn't like everybody else, so that's how my journey began M Jessica. How did JWORS begin? I think it was a journey, all kind oflooking a different things in my life that hadhappened, and I used to think why am I so anxious Um? I used to have panictracks things like that, and I was always looking for something to calm medown, Um and and different different ways that I could chill out and step back from the business of lifethat everybody talks about, and how to balance that. So I would, by lots ofBerg iwould. You know always be aware of different acts that we have and Um.I was always interested in how how people would balance their life tit's.It's so interesting. The two points that you both brought up and Google, and how can I stop thisanxiousness? There's things that I don't like because for me, for example, I was a very aggressive kid. I was like mad um explosive. I really didn't haveany control over over my emotions and tad led me to keep making horribledecisions and bad mistakes, and it was at one point I was like fifteen orsixteen years old. I think that I started like being aware of howI was and that there were people that were just happy and joyous all the time and almost like.Why can't I be like that? Why am I the one that has to be mad le the time? Why?When am I the one that explodes for any reason all the time, and why can'tI change that, and it was precisely those questions that started me in thejourney of asking. Why am I like this and Google was a friend of mine too,and it still is right, because when I didn't have anyone, I didn't havepositive influences in my life, not even in my family ghost yeah, my dadwas a very successful doctor and he was so very good at what he did, but as aperson,...

...he couldn't teach me a lot because hejust was a good doctor. I got my being aggressive my shirt temper from him, soI didn't. I didn't really have any role models that that could take me on theprocess of me being better and it was when I started saying: okay, canI change this? Can I be better and why are successfulpeople successful and why I might not, and that change of datching ofquestions really started, something that I had no idea was possible and itwas that I discovered that you can actually change the things you don'tlike about yourself. What were some of the resources thatyou guys used when you, when you discovered that Oh, I can actuallychange stuff in me, one of the first things I did inJessica mentioned: Um Self helped books. I I turned to Apps I started listeningto. Relaxing I think I don't know. Are we allowed tomention Atlanes on here. Mine's face was one that came up in my googlesearches for relaxing at night. Um letthim go in the racing thoughts. Ithink the first one that came up for me that I actually searched about was theracing thoughts like how to slow my mind down head face mine pace. I thinkit's headspace m was the first daff that I downloaded so the meditation.Even though I wasn't meditating, I was just becoming aware of how my thoughts,how racing my thoughts were and could I at least low them down. That's wheremine mine began Yeh. I like that you mentioned the rasing thoughts, becausewith me Um I was, I wasn't formally diagnosedwith Adhd, but everyone said I had it because my mind was just always hereand there and there and there and everywhere- and I couldn't really focuson one thing, because my thoughts were going so fast. Even now, I'm havingthis conversation and I'm thinking of the next fiften phrases that I'm goingto say, and I I think that's j, that's just how our minds work until we slowthem down now. The challenging question is: How do weslow them down so Jessica, you're, you're, a really good notetaker? Whatwas how did you manage controlling yourmind to get over that anxiety? For me, it was breathing. I I've alwaysknown that breathing is really important, especially I've heard of the technique or youbreel them as as deeply as you can. You hold it for four and then you breatheout, and then you do the same again and there's another one where you breatheand you hold it before and you think of a square and you hold it for four atthe top of the square. Then you hold at across and then, when you breathe out,you do the other side of the squire. So you're constantly thinking of thissquire in front of me and going around drawing a squire with your with yourbreathing um an', it's something that takes practice because you can think about it. But you can you have to do the breathing m throughyour nose and you have to rarely do it properly. Some people just breathe andI go. I bring them. I did it and it's not. It doesn't Wa. You can't bread himfor one second and then breed out for one second here I e H, I I like howfast this conversation has evolved into where I wanted it to go, because I knowI knew that this Wa. This was where it was going to end and it is breathingright. Most people think that changing who youare is very difficult and the truth about it is that it's notthat difficult at all right for me, what really was the catalystthat changed? Who I wasn't how I was and how I acted, how I thought how Ithoug saw things to was meditation breathing. Why we're constantly having so muchthought in her head all day, seventy thousand thoughts a day. That's a lot.Can you think about seventy thousand things right now you cannot, butthroughout your day you do and how can we quiet our minds in order to...

...see what I actually want? Who Iactually am because shes the thing you think you're someone, but you notyou're, not what you think you are. You are what you think. So what are youthinking on a daily basis is what you are really becoming and what you reallyare now and when I started this process ofmeditation to me was like Oh shit, thisn't that, like for people who havenothing to do with their lives, isn't that for like Buddhists and monks thatare monasteries doing breathing all day. And surprisingly, not it only takesfifteen minutes a day to change your life y. It sounds like. Oh really,there is fifty minutes a day can really make youaware of the things you're thinking on a dabybasis and Michoki talk to me about some of theexperiences you've had with meditation and how it has influenced your life. Well, it's Renny. You brought up themonks because I ope thought the whole spiritual experience and the wholemeditating with somebody sitting with their knees, crossed and- and I always thought of the monks andthe Buddhist, and you know that was never my thing like I thought that wassome Doroor stuff and now, knowing that fifteen minutes a day changes my dayand you brought up a good point like what we think about we bring about. Soit's like what are we thinking about and once I think you start themeditation, which obviously leads into Jessicas with the breathing. You realize what you are thinking about and even though I can say I had racingthoughts all day. I couldn't tell you what I thought about mhm I couldn'tidentify them, they would come. I would always say when I would sit down tojournal Evand. I would put I'm here the Journal, so I'm writing this down. Mythoughts were going so fast. I couldn't even capture them a paper, but themeditation has allowed me to Ocis and I think that's where mylife is changed, because I can now give my mind permission sad to say, but givemy mind permission to focus, Yeton, nothing or something yeah. It's it's very powerful when youdiscovered that you can actually choose what you think and what you focus upon,because what are we focusing on right when what, before I meditated my mind, was always everywhere and Ihad the same problem. I couldn't say what I wanted to do. I couldn't knowwho I wanted to be or what I liked, and that was a serious problem, because when I started this process I waseighteen and in my head I was shite, I'm almost going to be an adults, I'mpracticain an adult right now and I still don't know shit and the worstpart about it is that I'm actually really young, I'm still really young, and there arepeople who have never in their life, tried this because they are still onthe same thought that oh meditation, no, I'm not going to do that. No, I havethings to do. I have more important things to do than stit around and donothing and it's sad. It's sad that people thinkthat, because they're, no, not they're not even trying it they're so closed inthe idea that I'm going to waste my time that they they don't even consider whatcould come out of it and me personally, I know this becauseI was like that. I didn't want to try meditation, Ilearned about it and I ignored it for like months noeasked M ce. Let me ask you, you said something isn't do what do you considernow? Would you say that the difference in meditating is the difference inliving and not living, and so many people never now get the chance to livebecause they are close minded to it. Yes, thank you for bringing this up,and you said a very important word now. People way too many of us, and I'mgoing to say yours, because we we do it too, even though we practice meditationwe're in personal deboem Ma we grow ourselves every day. We sometimesforget to be in then now and by not being intenow we're actually notliving Tesyo Hav a thing there's past...

...present and future way too much of the time werth spendingin the past. Oh, I didn't do this. Oh when I wasfifteen, I could have done this and I didn't do it and I it doesn't matter 'cause. It alreadyhappened, and what we don't see is that we're missing out a living now onseeing all the beautiful gifts that we have now to actually live life. It'slike you're you're, not living it's Oy likeif you're not living, because people don't know how to be now, and thank youfor bringing this up because I I have been helping my little brotherhe's sixteen to be in the now, but I've got to do with through a subconsciousprocess that he doesn't notice it 'cause. If he doesn't have his phonehe's dying, he doesn't know h what to do. He doesn't know how to look peoplein the eyes, because we're so used to being like this and seeing instegrandpost being what looking for ways to distract ourselves during the day that we actually never take the time tosee what's important to us or to see what actually, what am I thinking, people don't even know they think it's thinking, is's something that is so like everyone says it parentsays it. Parents say et all the time when we were growing up. Think thankfor God's sake, but what is thinking? Did they teach you how to think? What?What does that mean? Think, okay, I'm thinking about it. I know I did wrong.I know I did that I'm thinking about it. What now like I remember when I was in thepattern of doing things wrong all the time and when I say all the time is allthe time I was like yeah, I knowi'm going thingswrong, but why- and I couldn't like- I didn'tunderstand what thinking was and it was when I started meditatingthat I could actually see what thoughts were. I didn't have to search up. What isthinking because why would actually appear if researchup what is thinking I don't know, but we just think thoughts are things thatare just ther their ideas. That's a good explasion for the thoughts, theirideas and o have so many ideas that we can have.How many are we taken for ourselves, Yeah Jessica? What do you think about this wow a lot a lot Um, I think rading as well the book I'mreading right now. Um thoughts create everything it canchange your whole day. You can decide before you go to bed, how your day'sgoing to go the next day and you can direct it from your thoughts. You canput them on paper. You can write down the order. You can write down what timeyou're going to do what you can write down. What you're going to eat youcanwrite down what workout you're going to do. You can write down what you'regoing to read. You have control of so many things during the day foryourselvs. There are things out there that wecan't control, but you can control what you're doing you can control thedirection of your whole day and say. Actually I have a good day today, 'cause. I thought about every secondevery hour of my day, so that has really helped me a lot timeblocking and saying this hour is for me. Nobody else. You just brought up too massivelypowerful things, one. We are originators creators of ourthoughts. This is something this is so powerful, because ifthoughts are who we are and we can create the thought that wehave then what can'St we do in number two time blocks, we can actually determine what am I going to do duringmy time, which is twenty four hours? No matter whete, you are Youe got twentyfour hours in those twenty four hours. What am I going to do? And it's alwaysin the thoughts that you're having it's all based on? What are you writing?...

Because those are thoughts? Those arethe ideas that you're having and for me time. Bucks is something that Ilearned recently like in the first secret sauce season on was where I learned thatabout time blocks 'cause. How can I be productive? Okay, now I'm understanding,watare thoughts, I'm getting the idea that they are something that I need toput more time into it and more effort. But how can I make them work for me? Howcan I have productive thoughts because you see once you start understanding your thoughts? You Gott also understandhow am I going to use them because we've just given you a powerful tool,you can think congratulations. You can think most people don't think most people arejust living life day today, letting whateverhappens happen and that's e crook. A mistake, we'V is that isn't that where stresscomes from where people have no control, they feel Wen, they feel they don'thave control of their day of their life and Isthat Notwat. Where stressoriginates, that's strets, so you're telling us which we know aswell that if you take control not only will you have a better life,you will have a stressless life. I've already loving this pat cast. Somuch value what Micheljas said is that, if you're living under stress- which isninety nine point, ninety nine percent probability, the thing that you have to do to livestress free is choose your thoughts. Why? Because, when you feel out of controlwhen you feel like you're, not controlling, live you're going to getoverwhelmed you're going to get anxious, which is what Jessica mentioned of whenwhen we started this call anciety, I didn't know what an anxiety attackwas until I was eighteen. I was working at a carwash with a friend of mine and suddenly I just started feelinghorrible. I started feeling US I couldn't breathe, as everything waslike falling in me. I feel crushed and I said w what the fuck is this. Whereis it coming from? I didn't understand it and I did something that was. It was crazy, but it worked for me that day I bought a trip to Australia. I felt so verwhelmed I felt like I hadno control over my life. I didn't know about meditation. Well, I knew about it.I just Wasnin the same mindset: I'm not going to try this shit out, I'm notgoing to waste my time, but was it what it wasn't noticing was that I felt thatI didn't have time. I was eighteen, it's stupid for an eighteen year old tothink you don't have time, because when you talk with someone else, like afiftyfifty fifty year old, they're going to say like dude, what De Fuckare you talking? You do know that you have like four years left still plus that's just before. You start reallythinking that you don't have time and on that trip I didn't meditate, butI was mindful and there's a difference between beingmind. Ful and being mindful when I was over there. My mind was soclear that I could actually think, and why do I bring this up for the people who still think thatmeditation is something boring? It is, if you think about it like that, butmeditation by no means has to be boring. I was Littley petting, coalas andKangaroos, and that was my meditation. You can practice meditation smoking. Ismoke that calls me down seeing the smoke,because meditation is just about being in this moment through your breath. Ohmy God! What bring it this moment? What is that? Well, it's living when you're living you're, actually living you're, actually seeing thingsas they are, and...

...it was something very powerful. When Istarted seeing that space was being created in my mind, I was no longerbeing restrained to the idea that all f things are like this: I'm going to bedoomed forever because I'm an aggressive son of a bitch, and I can'tcontrol that, but when I, when I started taking that time to just be to stop questioning whyl, I like this.What do I like? What am I going to do because we're thinking all the day remember that we told you you only needto meditate fifteen minutes a day. You have twenty four hours, you're thinkingall day. So if you take fifteen minutes, that's nothing to just go on a walksmoke. If you smoke go running, go pet, your dog go to the park. Trust me it's going to make a huge, assdifference. In your mind, because you're actually going to beable to distinguish things, you're actually going to be able to see what are you thinking because thoughts,yeah they're invisible, but you can actually see them. You can actually see o fifteen years from now. If I keep doingthis, which it may be watching Nelix all day,I love Netloxs, but if I watch noflic all day, I am aware now that fifteen years fromnow, if I keep watching to Flix five hours a day, I'm not goingto get muchdone. You're actually going to be able to seethe things that are not helping you and the things that are actually helping.You move forward. Wow I've got a lot of Rom y chest rightnow, wat. You just opened my eyes to something cause as I sat here and smoke,and I don't recommend anyone to start it for any reason, especially this, butI have always said I enjoy smoking and you just gave me the answer to put into words what I enjoy about it. It is a meditation for me. It is thatmoment where I take to myself 'cause. You know working at Corporate Americafor years. You can't smoke inside the buildings of course, so it was mymoment my time to go, spend with myself and be in the now ye. Oh and I never. Inever could put into words why I enjoy it. Yeah to me was the same, like I'm young, andwhen older people see a young person,smoking they're, like oh you're, killing yourself and and some pointyeah they're kind of right. Smoking is not that good, but I don't I don't doit with the purpose of Oh. I want to fuck myself up. I do it with the purpose of being nowbecause actually most people when they're smoking they're not on theirphones, they're, not thinking Sha they're just got my nok.Let me smoke ro, I'm smoking. That time is precious because if you are just doing that, you'reactually making space for the rest of your day, Bam, Yeh and that's where the powercomes. That's that's where you can actually say shit. Okay, I haven't done this. Shi should goahead and read that book I haven read. I should actually go and talk to someone that I wanted to talk.Oh, I have some work that I have to get done. Let me let me finish it. You get refreshed, it's like drinkingwater, which, by the way drinking water, isalso a meditation everything every single day you canmeditate and the best part about this is that youget to a point where you are always meditating. You start breathing in acertain way that just negativity can't get into you badthoughts can't get into you, because you are so aware of your breathing andjust you'r breathing that you're actually seeing everything outside ofyou, tes he'. The thing I think it was Aldeshexley. That said, that said this,please don't smash me if I'm wrong, if he wasn't the person who said it, butthe only corner of the universe that you can actually control is yourself. It's the only thing you're undercontrol and that's why a lot of people feel that they're not uncontroll theirlives because they're trying to control absolutely everything outside of theminstead of what's in me.

What's in, you are your thoughts andyourself. There's nothing worse than being in a prison that you don't knowyour aimone and that prison is your head. It hurts to me. It hurt a lot when I saw when I felt that I was a prisonthat I was a prisoner because the worst part about it was that there was no endat. There wasn't a daythat I was going to get released out of it. Well, there was N, it's Deat, I'm not ready to ti right now. I canbecause I feel I feel like I have accomplished so much. I wouldn't have aproblem Buyim, but I'm not in prison any more and because I'm not in a prerson. Ifeel comfortable talking about death at twenty years old, which is somethingthat it's it's not a comfortable topic right.Talking about your exploration date, everything expires. You will too so it's time to make space for you, as we talked on yesterday's potcast.It's time to take care of yourself. Stop really don't take this wrong.'CAUSE! Stop giving a fuck about other people. Everyone has their own shit. You haveyour own share. So why are you giving more attention to what Francis is going?What franc is that she left her boyfriend instead of you? If you take care of you, trust me things around, you will start gettingbetter. Just Michelldoyou want to add something tothis cause. I could end this call right now and I feel good okay. The question is: Do you want toend this Calln Houor? Do you want borenoverother episode? Let's keep at going to take this tooI'd like to take this to another level in here, yells opinions and thoughts onthis Ye. When you mentioned smoking and just like in drinking water, are younot doing those things with an intention aaa also known as a form of meditationand Meditation you set down with an intention to sit with yourself? We dothat when we smoke, we do that when we focus on how much water we drink so isintention how much does intention play in a stress, free life and controllingour thoughts? Well, yes, okay, W WDWA WAI! Let's send this call 'cause it's goingTA END! SOM IS GOINGTO, kick us out, but how much does intention influenceyour life and when we come back, jess is going totalk about that and then I'm going back we'r back family. That was a shortshort short braid that we had we're back here and we're talking about how much doesintention influence your life? Thank you for bringing this up. This is powerful, wow Um, I think intention is everything,and I I remember when someone talked aboutintentions- and I thought sometimes I'm confused in myk intention. No, I I want to do so many things and then I thought no. I have tonarrow it down to one thing: andthat's been really important for me. So sometimes I intentionly leave myfoam in my room and go and spend time with my family. I make it an intention that I want topay attention to the people in the room. So when I do my instram lives, I'm thesame. I sat an intention of the message that I want to show with people and Ikeep to that intention so m. If I think of other examples, just ak mean you do know what intentionwas before you started. Embarking on this journey, I did a intentions prior to thebeginning of your journey. I did, but not so much as I do now to me. Intentions have always. I thinkintentions are present in everyone's live, but they don't recognize and I'm I'm,including myself, the power behind them,...

...because before my journey of grosth started, I had intentions, they were just bad. I said bad intentions. I litterally setbad intentions. I wanted to hurt people mentally and sometimes physically'cause. I was kind of a bully, I'm not proud of it. I M not at all proud of it,and I I you know I reach out to every singleperson that I once had a bad intention with, and I cutotear things up and I I showed them that Yo, I'm sorry was stupid as Fuk, but the power of intention is something tobe very cautious of because the universe doesn't care of you're you're, doing somethingpositive or negative. It's just going to give you what you ask for and ifyour intention is to do wrong, you're going to be wrong. If your intention isto help someone grow is to Shere, a message is to share peace is to sharelove. Then you're going to do exactly that. For example. Prior to this call, Imeditated for twenty five minutes, and my intention was to give my best that was all before this potcast. Ijust have the topic. I don't. I don't make myself at this moment, probably inthe fissure I will, but I don't write down bullet points or nothing. Ijust led out everything I have inside, but before that I make the space on mymind, because we're from the moment you wake up you're thinking, even when you're sleeping you'rethinking the things that you thought during the day and those are dreams andthat's a topic for another pot, gasscas Ns Urtim, but we never stopped thinking. So theintention that you have prior to doing something is going to influenceMassively Garry soled that you end up with. So how much does intention influenceyour life? I would say one hundred percent art intentions,thoughts, intentions ar thoughts and here's the seea. We tell you you're, makingwonderful questions. Thoughts are absolutely everything.Look at how powerful thoughts are have have you traveled before listener? Have you travelled before plans didn't exist? They were a thought, an idea that theright brothers had and they said Whoa. Could you imagineus in the air in a sort of vehicle that could soar and they were like? Is it possible and they startedcreating it? It's the same with cars. It's the same with this microphone.It's the same with this call right now with computers with thechnology. Atsome point they were just thoughts in someone's head. It was the guy who discovered the the wavesthat that we can actually communicate through invassible soundwaves that we cannot see his friends. His friends put him in a mentalhospital because they thought he was crazy. That's how powerful thoughts are. People may think that you're falkingcrazy when you're having a breakthrough but trust me we're creators. We are creators. We are part ofwhatever this. Is this universe, dissimulation, whatever the fuck? Youwant to call it, we are part of it and we're the only thing that canmanipulated every resource that we have. We canactually transform it and use it that someone hasn't yet found how toit's anoher thing, but look at black matter: Anti Energy theres right now we operate on energy and gason fuels. Right there's something called anti matter, antienogy ornegative enter. Yet I don't remember how it is: Zero Energy it it doesn't, have it's unlimited energy, it doesn'twearof, it doesn't run off and someone actually right now is thinking. How canwe use this in our civilation civilization? How can we use this forour road...

...and it's a crazy idea? It's very dangerous, because it's antimatter we, we are all composed of matter right. We have cells. This ismatter everything we know is matter. Can you imagine operating matter with Anti Matter? It sounds crazy, but someone alreadythought about it and they're already thinking on how we can employ it. How thoughts are powerful, because theguy that had that thought has now set the intention to discover more about it,and how can we use it? Just like the plane came about the cars came about,they had a thought, an Ay, a idea and they put intention to figure it out andthat actually it's Kindo how I got on his journey, because I would look atother people and go wait a minute if they can do it. Why can't I Y, but they had intentions in thethoughts that my racing mind didn't, have. Wellmy racing. Mi noly had it, but, as you mentioned, I was in prison too. I Icall myself free now yeah, I feel totally free. I it's it's. You can actually look at my licensefrom two years ago I was eighteen. I look older than now. I was so impresson that my face was theterior was fogking up faster than it should,because all the stress, the anxiety, the doubt the fear it takes o tallunder physical, because even though ploughts are onmaterial, they represent absolutely everythingthat happens on your physical experience, because we have thesebodies right. The Om with this Flashkins, this meat suits, but theonly point of them is for you to enjoy and to be able to manipulate the thingsthat youare seeing. But the real game is in your head.That's why you're still in prison. I want you to embark on this journeywith us, because we are making something way bigger thanJustac potcast, then just talking on calst about the part of thoughts andself care, and so of love and al the things because, as you can see, weweren't like this. We didn't have this knowledge and these ideas that we havein our heads now. So how can we access new ideas? Olin doesn't answer that one, becauseJesska's got a little back connection. I feel that can help us with that onebut repay the question: Againt Sare. How can we get new ideas or new thoughts? Wow Wow? I think if you want new thoughts, you have to step out of your comfortzone. Nothing is nothing is made in your comporsone, nothing, soyou have to think outside of the box. As they say ye and I ad like meditating and findingthe information I found out from Google in the beginning was uncomfortable. It was difficult to start because itwas different and I have related, especially in the last year. Anything that is different in out of mynormal routine is uncomfortable. Sowhen we say uncomfortable. It doesn'thave to be this monumental stack of fears against what you need to do orcould do or should be doing. It can be as simple as Changin your morning,routine. That is uncomfortable e, Don conrable for people to get up anhour early and have a morning routine. That's uncomfortable yeah and thank you for breing bringinguncomfortable to the table, because one of the things that I had to do thatwas superuncomfortable and boring to me. was reading every every mileneal, an even oterpeople when you mention up a book you're likeyeah, I'm not reading, I don't like reading it. Bores me I Ifeel asleeve and a Bah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah, but here's the thingeverything you want is out of your...

...comfort on. If you want it, it's out of yourcomfort. Don't trust me trust me you're going to have to doshit that you've never done before, and that is going to be super uncomfortablefor you to do, but hei be simplified to the point ofsaying. Uncomfortable can also be looked at just doing somethingdifferent that you're not doing now. Yes, definitely, I think Um also. You have to remember that yourbody has muscle memory, so your body knows what time you wake up and if Iblindfolded yer and said Walk to the Bartring you, your body would actuallyknow the the roote from your bed to the bathroom, because your muscles havedone that every day. So, just changing that and saying I'm going to wake up atfive am and I'm going to write with my left hand, your brains starts goingwait a minute. We didn't do this yesterday, wonce this, it's uncomfortable, isn't it yes, have you ever thought about how drunkpeople get to their homes, they're, basically onconscious, andthey still make it home driving or walking or, however, they are leadendriing? How does a drunk person drive and Ihave been in a car with one where I should not have been in the car he wasso drunk? How did he may get home? How did he remember where he LIV 'cause his muscles remembered exactlyeyour mothers know where your keys are in your back pocket, Yeahyep Anar in woin yesterday's podcast. I I mentioned that our bodies are way more connected toour minds than we think way more connected. We our we feel that we're in charge of ourbody butreally, our bodies are in charge of us and our minds are justbeing aware of our bodies. Okay, so since you brought that up, let's letsexplore this, I'm curious. I don't Nov Tye answer, I'm asking Legitwhen: Wewere in this mental prison. How does that relate to our bodiesbeing in that mill, prison versus now being mentally free to our bodies? That's that's a great question and Ithink that we were in the mental prison because our bodies were doing the things thatthey were used to doing. They were using that Muslem Memora weren't theyyeh. For example, me I was aggressive because my dad was aggressive, so mymuscle memory was just I'm mad. I'm GOINGTA throw this shit to the ground,I'm going to break it. I I'm mad. I'm going to punch you and tha was my Musl memory and Icouldn't get out of that pressin because my muscles were just used toreacting a certain way and it's not it sakes a lot of power andwill power. It takes you wanting to change that Muse memory for you toactually change your mind and thanks for bringing up the body becausemotion creates emotion, and this has been something verypowerful, because part of me being able to grow more is imvolving the thingsthat I'm doing with emotion and I'm going to link it back out to doingthings that you're uncomfortable doing, for example, for me, was reading books right because when Iknew that thoughts were powerful and I needed new thoughts and ideas in orderto do new things and get different results, I had to get new ideas. Howdid I do that books, potcast, audios self, TAK, books and all those thingsright? So what did I do? I started reading just a little bit ofbooks. I didn't remember two thousans and nineteen. Two years ago I don'tlike reading I'm a jerk, I'm a military kid, I'm 'm,I'm preparing to Alis in the military, so I'm very physical, I'm out of my mind, I'm into my bodyright. So when I sart this process of getting into my mind, I started readinglike five pages, a Dat 'cause- I still don't like it. I hate it for thepurposes I hated so five, five pages and five pages next day in five pagesand then a week later, I started kind...

...of liking. Reading books, I didn't- Istill wasn't into it, but I was like Hm. My musle memory is now getting used tome. Opening the book and reading five pages and getting those new ideas wasthe thing that I actually liked it wasn't reading. It was getting newideas. ECAUSE. Do you know how to stepping to the newyou? You probably don't right and right now we're giving you the ideas throughthis portcast for you to step into that? NEAW? U, but we have gone through a differentprocess than you're going through right now we're making it actually easier foryou we're we're making it always here, because we're spending money on courseson books on Mensorship to get this information and we're giving it to youfor free. So you see there is a process that you must go through, that you'renot having to go through right now, we're actually making it easier for you,because we already went through it. Your mussle memory in your job rightnow is just to come back. If you come back, you can keep growing,because it's all about in the persistence right, yeah, it's so about in the persistence 'cause, no matter how much you're thinking if you're, not thinking and having theright habits in habits. As what Michel said changingyour morning, moutine that's a habit, then you won't see very differentthings if you, if you try meditation right, I'm telling you this right now, if youtry, it stress is going to go away. I don't care if you try it Cirse, I'mdoing it and Michellis doing it and jestguys doing it and we're not doingit for fifty minutes, we're doing it for two hours. Yeah fifteen minutes would change your life.Imagine what two hours woild! Do I don't have stress. I don't get stressanymore. I don't get anxious anymore because I'm in this moment all the time.So if you actually try meditation- and you see like Oh wow, when I when I got out from meditation,I was just feeling so calm and while my stress was gone before it, Iwas like mad at my mom 'cause. She was screaming on me and my husband and BAblah blah, but if you only go to meditation whenyou're feelings stressed, then its only going to work that time if you're, not persistent with thathabit of whatever it may be. In this case, where you were used to meditatione as an example right, when you get into doing it persistentlyyou're actually going to start seeing the permanent results, and I can tell you when I started it, I was superuncomfortable super. It was like a I got to lay down now and do nothing anda lot of thoughts were coming into. My head and thoughts from ten years agowere coming into my head, and I was like I didn't ever remember just why isit coming up now, MHM and after a while they started fiding away in that fading away? Has Now transferred to out of meditation too? Now, really, I don't have to meditate,because I'm always in a meditation state, you see it's all about state thisis, ALlifestyle, it's a lifestyle of not being stressed of not being anxious ofnot being worried of not questioning who I am or what I like,because you just are, and this is something that you learnwith practice and it's stupid because you already are you don't got to learnhow you are because you are, but in the process of programming, wee programmed the wrong way. It's likewe're programe for success, but we're taught to tolerate failure. Why? Why do I have to find out? Who I am?Why do I have to go to college for someone else to tell me dured this? Not Not I'm this! I don't! I don't gotto question. I don't got TA. I don't get to askoneone those Ey. What do I like you like what you like it doesn'tmatter. You like it, doesn't make you happy. Does it make you feel good, thene, guess what boot you're good...

...you're here, yeah how you feeling what you thinkinghave? Have you heard this a lot of times uring this podcast? That's howmuch that's how many times I monder my thoughts. Just like we check our insrograms, howmany times a day a million our email, our phrasebook, whatever it may be. Wecheck it a lot. I check a lot. How I'm thinking ads awesome that its so good and you know, Louis.You came up with something so true when you talk about reading when you open aBirt, aren't you stepping into somebody else's thoughts? Ysthank, you Sher's the thing there are books,hundreds of years old, I'm twenty! Do, I think, like a twentyyear old? No, I do not en. Why do you think thatis I read an hundred year old books? I get the knowledge of someone thatpasse away thregh generations ago, when you read you're, actually savingyourself time, you're progressing in your timeline, you're, just the thinjhere's, the thing I'm getting into bior Spirituali. Now,okay, we are spiritual beings having a humanexpeience. What does this mean? It's not your age, it's not your color! It's not where you're from it's your mind, because in your mindyou have your spirit. Your spirit gives you thoughts that cominto thismind, which is flesh that Transferis to this body, which gives out a vibrationthat all people can feel. You are a spirit. You are not twentyyears old, you are not sixty Youare, not twenty. Four! You are not onehundred you just are and you can expand who you are not by eating and getting fat 'causeTayou're going to expand your skin ot your mind right, but so eating doesn't make the mind.Grow. Eating doesn't make the mind grow, butit does influence how your mind works. True, beganism, I'm not a Beagon, but eating fresh things actually allowsyou to have fresher thoughts because you're always eating something.THAT'S FRESH! It's not the same as eating a weak old dead animal. Could we could we say, though, that expanding your body with food is thesame as expanding your mind by reading? Oh, yes, RI, LNOER ow! I was awesome.This is going into in the Premier Clip Fa. I Gan yeah, please expanding yourbody with food. Is the same as expanding your mind withreading? Did I say right, Thattie yeah, usually I see what Louis described isexpanding your body because you're putting all this extra food into it.Well, can we not expand our mind by putting all the information from booksin it? Yeh that's Wol. That was very, very powerful because it's true it's exactly the same. That's a perfectvisual representation of how you grow. If you eat a lot of food, what is goingto happen? You're Gong to get really fucking fat. If you eat a lot of books, not pleasedon't go and physically eat the boos up. TITOUT, please! But if you go and eatthe knowledge of the books by reading them, you're going to grow, You'e gonna step into the new. U andhere's the best part Yo, okay consue! We can use the word consume,consume. A lot of food makes your body grow. Consuming a lot of books, makeyour mind, grow eashe's, the best part there's a book about everything. Look! Ok! I don't know about what thisbook is. But do you want to grow onselling? There'sa book for selling: Do you want to be more powerful, a verypowerful leader? There's a book onharful leaders. Do youwant to know how to receive more...

...there's a book for that too asking itis given now peo can't see that you're holding up a book for everyone of these?Can they yeah? Oh this, I rit, but I o for everythingyou have mentioned. You have held up a book, So wan o go tat clear to let tothe listeners out there for a second. I forgot this was a podcast, but you canactually get the bisual side of the pat cast the vitual experience through utopon Aci Wita, hartcast, Citkulo, devida theres, I'm going to upvload this sumcall, so you can actually s your faces and while we're doing the books I'mshowing so you can, if you're more of a bisual person, I'm a more visual person,but I like hearing too cuswhen I'm on the go. I can't see right so there's abook for everything. That's the point. You can grow as much as you want withthe right books and information and if you find people like us that, just likehelping other people grow, you're going to get it for free, why we're payingweare paying it for this information you're getting for free, there's a lotof tools. There's a lot of resources for you to grow. You just have to have tha sire theburning the sire to grow, to be better and it's possible. Yeah. You hear me now and I'm aninternational speaker now it sounds. It blows my mind to say that I've start inmore than twelve countries. This wasn't me for the people that know me from highschool from Middle School from elementary youall know. I wasn't likethis Yo now I was in Nasville all Ali Sir Kepassomummy, this Y riht. You can't see this kidsthey're ponges, we're the same. Kids learn absolutelyeverything they hear they capture everything they see. We when we grow up. We think that it'stime to stop learning because we're grown right, most people graduate high school orCollege, and that's it for them. That's that's theend of them growing most people. Don't they stop reading,don't they yeah evvery good point. I never thought about that, but aftercollege I never picked up another educational learning type book. Theywere alljust stories. You know for fun. Reading Ye at Tha, good point whe. WhenI got of high school I said I'm never ever fucking again picking up a book. I've read more than twenty booksalready there's a lot of mowledge out there,yeah and also, I think you know people always say when we think of this topicof stepping into the new year. People always say feed your mind, body andsoul, but then we don't talk about more than that. An Mead your mind book feedyour body in good food feed. Your soul to me is so many different things. Whatfeeds your soul? Is it something you do that you love to do or is it something you do that quietsyour mind and you feell cented in your soul? That's a good point. It is a wonderful point and thank youfor bringing up the soul again, because we're going to have to do a potcast,ondhe Sol. We were very physical and we know thatwe have minds, but we forget our souls so much of the Times. We forget oursouls manage your thoughts right, our souls. I don't I I honestly I have fread abouta lot of it and I still having touched the tip ofunderstanding my soul. I just know I havenan olde Sol. That'swhat I've been told. People have told me that I, my h, my soul. Color isgreen. Datsle, deep souls go, they have colors,they have ages and Abraham on on asking it is given. He said we have millions of entitiesliving inside our souls yeah.

How many livetimes have we alreadylived? Maybe at some point you were an emperor,a princess, a Queen, an alien, a frog. I don't know about a bet, but how many lives did we not? How manytimes did we not live in those bodies, though Yeah Wes Ong a different topic wow back aswe were just talking about how you know we die or we never live because we'renot in a now, and it makes you wonder how many times we have been in a body and not actuallylived yeah. Yes and Yester, you apbloated a photoin your chat. That was about the book Um. I forgot the name WH. What's the book,Umthe backthat, I ran yeah, the the one you really now. Oh I'm Te Sin TogetinRea, the science of geting rich one US t wates the amry danger it says, andthe basic point of that book is that God or the sores, I'm not a fan ofsaying God for everyone who doesn't know me: 'cause people have a connotation. That tad isa person, and I think that God is godess yeah that God is and the soerswants us to be affluent. Wants us to be successful, ants us to be happy, canyou imagine dying and that God or the source is actually a person that youcan talk to and meet Im whatever and he askd you? So what do you do with your life? Didyou have fun? Did you enjoy it? How much people did you help and you were like I I could have fun. I was supposed to enjoy it. I was inMesery the whole time you got. Ta Live live you gotta, follow the things thatactually make your heart beat for me. Potcast doing this n with you guys.This excites me because I know how shit it is to be living alive that you think wellthis is it I'm Dome M, I'm an ASSHOL. So that'swhat I'm going to be forever. I'm stupid 'cause in my classroom. I was one of the stupid kids. Not Because I was actually stupid. Iwas really smart. I just didn't care about studying, because I thought that thoughts wereimportant. I thought ewhy. Why am I going to read a book? That's a hundredyear old book. I don't care about the history of the world. You can change whatever you don't likein yourself. Yes, that's a very good point and and th the book, the Scienteof getting rich is so important because the universe wants you to be rich to to fulfil your life, tofulfil your purpose. To do all these things that we see so many millionairesdoing right now. The universe wants you to capter that in ut and it's up to youto find that, because the universe every day is watching what you're doinghave you found your purpose today? Yep, have you found your purpose? Notonly today have you found your purpose? Yeah'cause you see when when I was lost,it was because I didn't have a purpose, even when I found out that I couldthink actually think not not like Oh yeah, Ithink yeah, whatever that I could choose my thoughts. I still didn't knowwhere to debrect that energy, because I didn't know what I liked.What I wanted to do. I knew that I was a good communicatorbecause you know like in the movies they're like e theater kyts theathletes. I was a feuterkit I liked playing other rolls because Ididn't know mine MHM and thanks to the Secret Souce Academy, shot up plug. I actually found thething that was my purpose and I'm going to give you all a hint. You alreadyknow it you're, just not aware of it. Your purpose is that thing that youlike doing, but you probably think it's...

...stupid, you're, probably saying gods,it's useless for me, I'm going to tell you thumpsomething, I'm a very good communicator. I can communicate a message in my head. That was like I, so so whatI can talk you have something maybe for you it'sdrawing, maybe for you had taken care of kids. Maybe for you is hearingpeople, maybe for you is connecting peopletogether, but you have something that youprobably think it's stupid or you probably think it's worthless oruseless. But Trust me, that's the thing that you do. That's your thing. If youmake people laugh, you Fulkin make people laugh, but you think because you're worryingtoo much about money- and I did this too- we worry so much about money thatwe think. Oh this, isn't this isn't going to make me money? I make people laugh. So what what's going to be my career, you idiot s stupid, and this is for me,I'm not calling you stupid or Ridio just don't get offended. That is what Itold myself. When I discovered my secret sauce, youstupid you had it all the time, but you were just thinking bout money. You werethinking, Oh, should I need to make money and I'm not making money, but itwas because I wasn't using what it had MHM. I wasn't using my tool. My tool isTis. I can talk, I'm a parrot and Youre so godt Ra Youre sogod attalking to Peopler, but we think it has to be something verycomplicated. We think it has to be something that so specialized. I'm anelectric mechanic engineer I specialized in treating books inside ofjet fuel airplanes that work an antimatter, and that is my purpose andlife now stupid you just like putting stuff together. That's why I'm amechanical engineer I like Puting stuff together, simplify your life. Don't try tocomplicate it, look at what you hade now inspect yourself and see and see it andsee and say it to yourself, I'm good at this. I like this. I have fun when I'm doingthis and I can do it for hours. This call has gone on for like an hour.Thirty second potcast. That goes over an hour, I'm proud of myself and Tartof you guys too, because you're part of this with me. This is our purpose. We're sharing itwith you guys right now. Is it hard? No, when our house ischillin we're having fun? This are my friends I'm just hanging out with myfriends and I'm fulfill my purpose in life. I'm hoping thether people grow, that's posit about, but first sake care of you whil. Didn't this just end with, likethe perfect message: Yeah Wow, so machell Yor mute. You were on a roll dude yeah. I was Omfiers watching the clock, I'm like! Oh it's going to get off any that age. Ieven forgot about it to be honest, Yo, so to go wrapping. This call up. Idon't if you're still listening to this potcast up to here. You have your purpose and you want tofind it. You want to grow. Do it reach out to us again I'm going toleave their user names, their contat wit their emails, whatever they want meto put on there, so you can contact them or me reach out. We can help you. We want tohelp. You grow 'cause, it's about you and me and herand your friends and your future and your legacy. We want you to be successful. There's no greed here! There's nocompetition, there's just love to go around and trust me from the deepest region ofmy heart. I love you. If someone hasn't said, I love you tooyou today. Yet I love you people don't say I love you enough and that's just pure energy. We haveunlimited resources of energy. We gotto use our energy, it's notcosting ye a single dollar to say I love you, but it's making all the difference to go. Wrapping this up, Michel Jessica,do want to add something. To this call,...

I do a Wen jumping first Jessica. I amso proud of you, Louise, and I am so proud of you Jessica, because at yourage to be finding your purpose and there's an old thing, I don't you guys,have ever heard it. But if you do it, you love you'll, neverwork a day in your life yeah and that's that's what we're doing. We will neverwork a day again in our life, but yet we're going to make money we're makingmoney doin what we love- and I think that's exactly your point and to be that young and being free fromthe mental prison at your age is it's unremarkable to m for me to watch youguys and I'm so proud of both of you and by the way. This is a perfectmoment to bring this up, because I really one of my my objective with this potcast is toclose the gap of the milennials with with the boomers or with the othergenerations right, and is that there's a there's, a a preconceptionthat if you're young you're, probably stupid, and you o you're going to wastemy time, I want to close that Gab and show youguys that no it's it's not the age, it's not the age! It's it's! What youhave in your heart is what you have in your mind and Michelle. Can you tell us how old areyou? I am fifty be everybody's, Mamma and Lebe Ja say it's never too late tostart so someone's listening to you and Thei'r thirties thinking well yeah, buthe's ten years younger than Me Im twenty years. No, I'm thirty yearsolder than you and just now, embarking on this process. Don't wait until you're my age to startliving Yeh. It's never to lat! It's never too early. If you're fifteen inlistening to this potcast, if you're, twelve listening to this spotcast, youalready have the seat in your mind. Let it grow water, it water, yourgarding! That is your mind and trust me things will change for you. Six months of focus can change yourwhole life. Fifty minutes of meditation can make you aware of who you are stopasking. Who am I stop that right now? You don't have to ask just no just connect to that higherself thatyou have that you are and let that hireself toll you who youare 'cause. If you try and ask someone else, Hey who am I you're not going to be living in yourPurpose Jessica? Do you want to add something? Well, fast of all, I want to say thankyou so much for inviting me to this pat class, Michelle Ive belove, so manygams think hes. So much as been a pleasure to be had, and while you weretalking my ap, that came down said, I love who I am and if you just write down all thethings that make you who you are but alone as a start, and if you don'tknow what you want to do, write down what you don't want to do, rit on a piece of paper, what you don'twant, what you don't want to be and then look at the other side and writedown who you want to be so that's my advice, Panki Siat. I lovethat. I love that for for the people who who are new ond this potcast, welove giving you things that you can actually do to get that shift that change in your lifethat you're looking for, because trust me Yo. This is we're not charging ourcent for this. We just want you to grow. So you have some action steps right herethat you can do ride. What you like about yourself, write what you love about yourself, Igcesse it's not the same liking and loving righe. What you don't like, whight wout! You want to do and take fiften minutes for yourself out of your busy day. I know you'revery busy. I know you're doing a lot of stuff. You'RE gotta GO! WATCH NELAKES!You gotta, you gotta, go work, you know, but take fifty minutes go to a park, goto the roof. I love going up to my roof and take fifty minutes by clock.

Just only fifteen. If you want to staymore stay there, but you're going to see what happens. You're Goin ta see how the Warry fitesaway every minute that passes every second every bread then and ou you takeit's going to be live coming into you and it's going to be you living. Why do you go on vacation? Just Wen theub you go on vacation to be en the moment to live. You can actually live anywhere. You canbe in the moment. Every day you don't got to go on vacation when you go on vacation, you'repurposely living, but you can purposely live every day. ECAUSE. You havepurpose Familyi'm going to end. This call righthere this wow. This was such an amazing episode. I knew it from the beginningthat it 's going to be an amazing episode. I just didn't know what wasgoingto come up, but I'm glad I didn't know ecause. Youknow what you don't got to know everything you just got Ta knowthernext step. The next step for me today will start the call. I had nothing else,and sometimes it's going to be like that. Most of the time is going to be likethat, because you don't know, what's going to happen tomorrow and that'sokay, family. If you like this potcast,please share. Please leave a common! Please you look like please leaveerading. If you enjoyed this potcastle people can know that we are sharingbalue on this podcast. If you thought there was worthy of a fie star ratinggive us a five stars, O other people can actually see. Why are they giving that a dis? A fivestar, if you, if you know why, then pleaselet me know, what's stuck to you, what resonated with you what you like aboutthis potcast and some giveaways will come into futuretrust me because I don't. I don't want to just share knowledge with you. Iwant to share asual fiscal thinks with you cas it's Oll about sharing andgiving family not suffer today, I'll, see youwhere the next event what's going to be the next van actually, tomorrow pot CASAur Dailyon. Now 'cause growth is daily. It's not grown now and a year later isgrow every day and ill be accountable with you and for me. So I'm going to behere, come back we're going to share more knowledge,more value, more love, family, that's Alfor! Today I love you guys, Michel Jessica, thanks forjoining me. This WASNAN AWESOME.

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