Your life force is your juice. Life force is the vital energy within you responsible for maintaining your life and your health, and it plays a major role in how your physical body, mind, and emotional and energetic systems feel and operate. If your life force wanes too far, you get sick.
Nourishing your life force begins the moment you rise each morning.
“The first hour of your day sets the stage for rest of your day. What are you ingesting? What are you doing? What are you allowing into your field? Connect with yourself first.”
At the age of 30 Christine realized life is more than she ever thought it could be. She began to seek out more wisdom and found it while studying different and varied cultures from her own. Intuition guided her to write her fourth book, and trusting divine timing, the result is a new way of thinking which completely connected with me.
Overwhelmed and Over It has caused me to consider personal change and defy societal rules not in harmony with my natural self. Her book invites the reader to open up to self-awareness. Do any of the following behaviors describe you?
I take on other people’s feelings and problems or make it my job to fix them or better things for them.
I try to do too much at one time and then feel scattered, fragmented, and overwhelmed.
I overstretch my financial resources and then feel like I do not have what I need.
I run my inner batteries and body down.
Christine encouraged us to “find your fierce voice and make different choices. You’ll influence others while doing so.”
She describes “imprints” which we might call experiences that shaped our self-descriptions, beliefs, and values. Imprints in our hearts cause fear, shame, and judgment. We then create coping mechanisms which undermine us.
“We have the power to create new realities through our choices, which means we have the power to redefine success and the systems that say what it is.”
Work/life balance has become like a marker of nirvanic success all of us overwhelmed women strive for yet never seem to reach. It’s not for lack of trying, focus, or diligence that we fail. The truth is, we have been missing that there is a fundamental flaw inherent in work/life balance as a goal for personal and professional success: Work/life balance is the wrong equation.
Christine described work/life balance like a tug of war. I recall in that activity someone always ends up muddy.
“Our lives are dynamic, not static. Diverse, not divisible into two parts. Cyclical, not linear. Which is why we need a new constellation — a configuration — for how to think about, organize, interact with, meet, and design the interconnected parts of our lives.”
Christine provides this new configuration in her book, and she invites us to make more empowering choices while engaging with it. It includes simple, yet significant steps.
Have you ever been highly dissatisfied with your situation but unable to change it?
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard calls this quandary the final eighth (and refers to everything going before it as the first 7/8).
“When you are stuck in the final stages of achieving a goal, you’ve probably done everything pretty much right. You took the initiative, followed a plan, and moved toward your goal. This is the first 7/8.”
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard
Bridgit described the problem many of us experience – despite the nearness to the goal, hard work, access to resources, and commitment, we find ourselves unable to take the final steps to success.
If you are like me, you have been in this position more than once. Ugh!
“The truth is, not every part of you wants what you think you want! Some of your inner selves are opposed to your goal.”
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard
What?! Thank goodness Bridgit explained:
“When you identify and learn to speak with your inner selves, you’ll uncover their secret intentions and figure out which of them support your goal and which are impeding it.”
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard
Bridgit calls this process VOICE DIALOGUE.
Throughout her book you are guided to discover the following truths about yourself:
The final eighth process
How your inner self is formed
How to communicate with your primary selves through voice dialogue
The hidden inner selves who are determined to stop you from succeeding
How to communicate directly with your hidden inner selves
Discover your own false negative beliefs
Find the invisible, unresolved dilemmas called double binds that reside in you
Your choice – abandon your goal or go for it
Do you need failure?
How to assign your inner critic a new role
Cross your finish line
Learn to apply safe-success guidelines
“One workshop participant who’d been stuck professionally for a long time jumped into the voice dialogue process and soon afterward found herself having to choose between two career-boosting job offers. She marveled, “What? Do your dreams just start coming true when you start doing voice dialogue?”
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard
Bridgit claims she’s seen such things happen. The final eighth process frees people to develop courage, strength, creativity, and to access the resources needed to break through any impasse and reach a goal. It might feel magical!
“The goal is not to eliminate any self, but to learn from it. Trying to get rid of an inner self does not work and cannot be done. It is a fool’s errand. Anyone who has tried to eradicate their Inner Critic knows that. What I’m helping you do is become intimate with your inner selves, so you have a direct relationship with them and stop wasting time and energy running away from parts of yourself you don’t like or are frightening.”
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard
It sounds like Bridgit’s book can benefit all of us – no matter what your inner selves might say to talk you out of getting it.
I met one of my admired heroes on Tuesday! Dr. Bernie Siegel was our guest, and I was thrilled to finally meet him in person.
It was in the late 1980’s when I began the painful, suicide-thought-inducing work of healing from childhood sexual abuse. Dr. Seigel’s 1st book (he just wrote #19) was recommended to me, and I obediently began to read it.
Love, Medicine, and Miracles was my first foray into the self-help book genre. In the chapter titled “The Will to Live” about a patient diagnosed with cancer I read:
We cannot change the past -our parents and our exposure to carcinogens—but we can change ourselves and thus our future. As one of my patient’s said, “Cancer isn’t a sentence, it’s just a word”.
His message captured me. Sexual abuse is a carcinogen. It was up to me to change myself because I could not change the past. Dr. Siegel’s book set me on the path of forgiveness and full healing.
Tuesday’s show with him as guest was full of wonderful stories. What a wonderful storyteller Dr. Siegel is. In fact, his 19th book is a story with real characters.
Three Men Six Lives is the title of Dr. Siegel’s new book. You can expect by reading it to be filled with inspiration, hope, and love. In fact, Dr. Siegel is the poster child for those outcomes.
Before we went on air live, Dr. Siegel shared a very personal story which confirms to me his purpose, which is to guide us all to self-healing.
Bernie was the first born of his parents. His mother had an extremely underactive thyroid, which meant that throughout her pregnancy with Bernie, she had very little energy. When it came time to deliver Bernie, she lacked the strength to complete the process on her own.
After being in labor for about a week forceps were finally engaged. Bernie was pulled into the world red and bruised, and anything but a beautiful baby. His mother was embarrassed to take him out in public.
His grandmother stepped in and massaged Bernie’s face and head constantly to push his natural features back in place. The touch she provided was the catalyst for Bernie’s ability to love life and love others.
The story does not end there. Years later Bernie and his wife were getting massages in different rooms of the same clinic. The masseuse Bernie was assigned was a woman. She began to massage Bernie’s head and face.
What seemed like moments later, yet was 10-15 minutes of time passed, Bernie awoke to 20 people standing around him. They were delighted when he regained consciousness. Evidently, the touch of the massage therapist caused Bernie to become so entranced and relaxed he was completely unresponsive to all the people who tried to revive him.
Bernie explains that the internal memory of his first several weeks of life caused his body to relax in such a way he reverted to babyhood. What a delightful example of how our past experiences, memories, and attitudes still shape and affect us today.
In Love, Medicine and Miracles, Dr. Siegel asks us to consider 4 questions:
Do you want to live to be a hundred? (In other words, do you love yourself enough to take care of your body and mind?)
2. What happened to you in the year or two before your illness? (Your past experiences may indicate why this illness is plaguing you)
3. What does the illness mean to you? (Does it represent death, embarrassment, or a challenge)
4. Why did you need the illness? (Sickness gives people “permission” to do what one has always wanted to do but has always been too busy to start)
The lessons of Bernie’s life, medical practice, and career as an author/speaker is this: Unconditional love is the most powerful stimulant of the immune system. Love heals. Miracles happen.
Read any one of Dr. Siegel’s books and you will be transformed. I think he will become your hero just like he is mine.
Patrick Wanis, PhD is a world-renowned expert on behavioral therapy, specializing in the areas of interpersonal relationships, trauma, and human motivation. He was our guest this past Tuesday, and it was not only eye-opening, but mind opening as well.
Do you know what your emotions mean? When you do, it shifts the way you view the emotion, and can then change your belief system and the actions you take.
This process is exactly what Patrick Wanis helps his clients to facilitate for themselves.
“There is a powerful benefit to understanding emotions.”
Patrick Wanis, PhD
Patrick Suggests two things to do when feeling an intense emotion:
Talk to yourself: “I notice I’m feeling sad. That’s interesting.” Or, “I’m noticing I’m feeling sad. Why is that?”
When you discover the memory that triggered the emotion you’re feeling, you can distance yourself from the emotion. You become the observer and can choose not to feel the emotion.
Coach yourself. (Following is a coaching session with me and Dr, Wanis on the show)
Patrick: “Tell me who Jackie Bailey is – her talents, characteristics and skills. Tell me from third person.”
Jackie: “Jackie Bailey is a leader In the community doing good things. She’s trying to make a difference in the world. She has great speaking skills.”
Patrick: “What is Jackie’s greatest challenge?”
Jackie: “She has many challenges. She tends to do thing on her own rather than involve her network.”
Patrick: “What does Jackie need to do?”
Jackie: “She needs to reach out more and connect; to quit worrying about tasks and build relationship instead.”
Patrick: “Reach out to people to support her?”
Jackie: “Yes, let people know about what she’s doing. If people understood the benefits of her programs, they would be more supportive.”
Patrick: “Do you think Jackie needs to believe in herself more?”
Patrick: “What would you say to her?”
Jackie: “You got this. There are ups and downs. Focus on the ups, and the downs will come back up.”
Patrick: “What is Jackie’s greatest quality and gift?”
Jackie: “She is a doer. Jackie’s reliable, and she’ll get things done.”
Patrick: “Is her greatest gift that she’s dependable and reliable? What does she bring to the world? What’s her greatest gift?”
Jackie: “She has empathy for people working through traumatic experiences, and she can help them understand how to get to the other side.”
Patrick: “How do you feel after this exercise?”
Jackie: “From third person I can see a different perspective.”
Patrick: “What’s your response to the coaching?”
Jackie: “I need to do it more”
Patrick: “Coach yourself.”
“This exercise makes people stronger, and greater insights will be the result.”
Patrick Wanis, PhD
Do you doubt yourself? I certainly do. What causes us to doubt ourselves?
“It all stems from childhood. Throughout childhood we learn emotions, beliefs, and self-worth in four ways.”
Patrick Wanis, PhD
Watching and copying
Listening and believing
Experiencing and interpreting inaccurately
Observing emotions within the household
“All of this forms the identity of a child and forms their belief system. Children also believe they are the cause for everything happening around them.”
Patrick Wanis, PhD
As babies, we could get our mother to smile and laugh; therefore, when mother gets angry, the child understandably believes he/she caused that as well. We’ve all created inaccurate subconscious beliefs about ourselves.
Dr. Wanis is the creator of SRTT Therapy (Subconscious Rapid Transformation Technique). He ensures his clients don’t relive any childhood pain while bringing new evidence to their belief system.
“We can’t create a new neural pathway when we’re feeling past pain. When we see the emotion from a third-party perspective, we can change the belief system very quickly.”
Patrick Wanis, PhD
A mantra likely created from Patrick’s work with clients may be:
I can see the emotion, therefore I’m not the emotion. I can control my emotion and create a new thought.
Patrick’s work sounds fascinating. He is offering an Audiobook: Neutralize the 7 Emotions That Are Holding You Hostage and a powerful meditation exercise Overcome Fear and Anxiety and Enjoy Peace of Mind, as a gift to our listeners.
Coach Debby joined us for the show this week. She knows our guest, Eddie Purpose since she’s helping him write a book. It was delightful to have Coach Debby back on Life Mastery Radio.
What a story Eddie must tell in his book, which he’s been writing since 2008! We’re happy he shared part of it with us.
“I was born into chaos, and that has proven to be a generational problem. I did not have an active father. As the youngest child, my older brother became my role model – but he didn’t know he was supposed to model for me.”
Despite being a pretty good football player with a promising athletic future in high school, Eddie left practice one day to steal.
“You can call it a poverty crime – wanting to get ahead in a way that wasn’t available to me without dishonesty. I may have wanted to impress my older brother, proving I could get things on my own.”
Eddie was caught and convicted at the age of 16 for committing an armed home invasion. However, before he was placed in prison, he went on the run. He was captured at the age of 18 and served time until his release at age 31.
You might ask why someone would make a choice that will likely lead to death or prison. Eddie shared a thought-provoking answer to that question:
“It’s like any other addiction – smoking, alcohol, etc. It’s an addiction to a lifestyle. You know it’s not good for you, but you’re comfortable with it, and it’s difficult to shake.”
Eddie changed his life in prison, but not because of prison itself.
“Prison does not reform nor rehabilitate. I met the smartest men in prison, and they helped to empower me. I learned it takes a real leader to inspire someone to think a more positive way in the midst of a negative situation.”
Eddie is thankful for multiple programs which are helping prisoners, and for the men who provided vision for his future outside of prison.
Now Eddie is the Founder of a nonprofit organization in Seattle Washington called Progress Pushers. Their mission is to empower youth affected by societal systems so they can live in their greatness.
It began in 2018 providing help to people ages 12-24. They gather and discuss real life issues, and while the groups now meet online, they also help individuals too.
“If they need rent paid. If they need a couch; if they have a phone bill which needs paid, we have financial resources to help. Then we mentor them through long-term solutions”
Progress Pushers desires to break generational patterns through life skills training. They help with resume writing, interview coaching, and civic engagement.
Eddie asks the individuals who come to him:
“When you look in the mirror, what do you see, what are your goals, and what tools do you need to reach your goals?”
Because Eddie wants to break generational patterns, he legally changed his last name from Howard (given to his family by slaveholders) to Purpose. He feels empowered by this simple act. He’s ready to help others change their generational norms as well.
The Power Pushers website is still under
construction. But keep this on your radar since Eddie and his program are
destined to help many people with unexpected outcomes.
So far 2020 has been the year of social isolation, losses of income, business, and routine. Varied emotions such as sadness, fear, worry, anxiety, and hopelessness are keeping us up at night, suppressing our immune system, and making us susceptible to the very virus that’s been causing all of the above.
On the most recent show of Life Mastery Radio, we had two experts who are helping all of us break the cycle of stress and sleeplessness.
Chris Burres is a research
engineer and scientist whose primary mission is to help people live longer,
healthier, pain-free lives. He co-founded SES Research providing ESS60 to the
2012 Paris Baati Study, finding that subjects taking it lived 90 percent longer
than control groups.
Patrick Wanis, PhD is a world-renowned expert on behavioral therapy. He is the creator of SRTT Therapy (Subconscious Rapid Transformation Technique) designed for trauma, PTSD, and other behavioral and relational issues.
These two guests coming from very different backgrounds have come together to restore the mind-body connection so important to our wellness.
We learned the following during our interview:
Dr. Wanis offers an audio book titled: “7 Emotions that are Holding you Hostage Right Now and Keeping you from Peace of Mind” It’s FREE to our viewers right now! https://www.myvitalc.com/lifemastery/
Dr. Wanis offers a FREE self guided meditation at the same link.
ESS60 is a Nobel Prize-Winning molecule manufactured since 1991. Users report extraordinary sleep benefits
Supplements and sleep aids are not helpful in improving sleep because they essentially knock you out, and your body does not experience REM sleep, which is needed for nightly healing.
During the Covid-19 Pandemic, Dr. Wanis has created an ongoing series of videos designed to help people get through the crisis.
“In the Western world, the body and mind are typically perceived as two separate entities. The body is solid, made from physical matter, while the mind is intangible and non-physical.”
Master Mingtong Gu
Chinese tradition takes a very different view of the situation, with a holistic paradigm of mind-body-heart as inseparable energy systems. There is an invisible, yet measurable, energy field connecting your mind-body-heart and all life!
Recently, modern science
has been discovering the same secrets that Chinese healing traditions have
known for thousands of years! For example, physicists have shown that only 4%
of the energy in our universe has a physical form. The other 96% is formless
“Just like the universe, your physical body is only one small manifestation of your energy.“
Master Mingtong Gu
As a child growing up in China during the Cultural Revolution, Master Gu, our most resent guest on Life Mastery Radio, endured hunger, poverty, and a long separation from his birth family. Despite these incredible hardships, he became the first from his village to attend college.
Master Gu discovered the treasures of his own culture through the spiritual iconography of Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and Western mystic traditions while practicing yoga, Tantric Buddhism, and qigong.
“Because Qigong cultivates your mind-body-heart and allows you to experience the true nature of all phenomena – including your body – as pure energy, this practice reconnects you with the universal oneness of yourself, others, and nature.”
Master Mingtong Gu
Master Gu has created the Pure Qi Online series—a collection of courses which translate the ancient teachings of Wisdom Healing Qigong™ for contemporary times. He is also the founder of the Chi Center and the Center for Wisdom Healing Qigong, a beautiful 79-acre resort located 20 minutes south of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Master Gu talked about Wisdom Healing Qigong on the show and offered FIVE STEPS to HEAL ILLNESS and INJURY, ENHANCE WELL-BEING, and ENJOY RADIANT HEALTH:
Movement to Create Mind-Body Connection
Slow movements allow for relaxation as well as an energetic flow. Deep movements allow the opening of energy channels as well as release of pain, blockages and stress.
Healing for Emotional Clearing and Well-being
By chanting certain sounds, such as the “Haola” you can mobilize the movement and absorption of chi.
3. Meditation and Visualization to Calm Your Mind and Reduce Stress
You can access the power of your mind through visualization and meditation, which access different parts of the brain’s functions beyond linear thinking.
Connecting Energy for Holistic Mind-Body-Heart Function
Everything in life is based on energy. And so, we practice establishing your mind-heart-body energy connection so that these systems work together to experience a deeper wholeness, in the process releasing tension and stress from organs and muscles, thoughts and emotions.
Oneness in Everyday Life
The profound sense of oneness with the universe and all life that you experience after consistent practice can be life-changing.
All you need to do is begin, re-empowering yourself and reconnecting with the healing energy of life. For more information and guidance on your journey, visitwww.ChiCenter.com
“We all have opportunity to build a better life. We should use our free will in creative ways, rather than in reactive ways.”
When Madonna, Roseanne, Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore, Giselle Bundchen, Guy Ritchie and Michael Strahan were at a crossroads in their lives or wanted to delve more deeply into the wisdom of the Jewish mystical cosmology and teachings of the Kabballah, they turned to Eliyahu Jian, our most recent guest on Life Mastery Radio
Born in Israel, Eliyahu had many mentors and teachers. He studied Chinese medicine, Kabballah, and Astrology. He learned to help people manifest from nothing to something.
Eliyahu enjoyed being a student until one of his masters told him it was time to help others. He was travelling and lecturing around the world, touting that he could know everything about someone in 5 minutes.
“Cultivating true happiness enables one’s success to increase. Money does not mean happiness.”
Known for his keen sense of humor, contagious smile and natural ability to simplify complicated knowledge, Eliyahu uses a multitude of spiritual tools to teach.
Three building blocks to transformation:
Understanding true freedom
Changing desires from petty to freedom
Faith that the Creator will grant you freedom
“Freedom is to DESIRE, THINK, and CONTROL what you want, but not to let your want control you. Feel the fulfillment of your desire as if it’s already been achieved. Anything can act as a trigger for positive change if you only choose for it to do so.”
At the end of each chapter of his book The Laughing Billionaire, Eliyahu provides a commitment note – you will commit to do something in writing, then you’ll take action.
Eliyahu’s views on Astrology:
“Astrology is affecting us if we’re not affecting it. It’s like a movie being projected onto a screen. We only see a reflection of the real image.”
~ “Your life success, or lack thereof, during this time depends on your emotions. It’s the best time to ask for forgiveness and to give forgiveness. If, however, you’re looking only for justice, it will work against you.”
~ “If we will change, we will affect the planet to change as well.“
~ “Mercury is in retrograde. Mercury is in charge of money and communication. This will be either good or bad, depending on how people use what happens.”
~ “Search for mercy, not justice. Just chill. I promise you will have anything you want if you just chill right now.”
“Whatever damage you do until November 2020 will work against you for a very long time. Whatever you create until November 2020 will work for you for a long time.”
Eliyahu Jian offers free online classes. You can learn more at vitaltransformation.org
Deneen Joyner, our most recent guest on Life Mastery Radio, calls herself a Soul Medium, adopting that moniker during the process of healing from some of life’s greatest challenges.
That’s the end of the story though, and to better understand Deneen’s journey, we should start from the beginning.
From the age of five, Deneen could hear, see, and speak to angels. Besides the usual playmates of a typical five year old, Deneen was entertained by immortal beings.
“It was a lovely time for me, but I didn’t have a filter. I was unwittingly revealing secrets about family members. It wasn’t long until my family silenced me. I learned it wasn’t acceptable to share truth, feelings, and my gifts with others.”
Deneen began to feel her gifts were not good, and perhaps even shameful. She put her gifts on a shelf and stuffed her feelings down. Years of ignoring her gifts made Deneen numb and disconnected.
“I began to focus on the pain in my life.”
In 2011 Deneen felt the walls of life were closing in, and the bottom falling out. She was in emotional pain, and didn’t know how to get out of it.
“Every day felt like the same day. I was tapped out.”
Deneen had been running for years, exhausting her funds. She had not made her car payment for months. The day came when it was repossessed.
“When I saw my vehicle being hoisted up on the tow truck so they could take it away, it felt as though my soul had left me. I had gotten myself to this place, and things were really bad.”
Having denied her gifts years before, Deneen lacked resources to help herself. She considered suicide as the only way out.
“I was angry at God for making me feel I should take my life. Why did you give me these gifts? What are they for? I asked God, but I didn’t get an answer.”
Deneen realized she wanted to know those answers even more than she wanted life to end. She began the process to heal. Her journey included learning about Family Karma.
“The reason why people carry emotional pain is because no one ever showed us how to respond to emotional pain. When I began to uncover more of who I am, I discovered the ancestral inheritance I had been given. My pain was generational.”
Deneen realized she had unconsciously learned an emotional framework; a lens she’d looked through to respond to life.
Family Karma is based on themes such as: incarceration, divorce, abandonment, illness, etc. This Karma is passed down invisibly to us until a black sheep becomes sensitive to it.
“I was the black sheep, and although I couldn’t put my finger on why I felt uncomfortable in my family, I learned I had been given responsibility to change the Karma. I was the one to heal the bloodline.”
Healing brought understanding to Deneen. She discovered:
Divine Pain – sent to us by God in preparation for our Holy Assignment – our life’s purpose
Recreated Pain – what we’ve attracted in our life, and what we continue to clone.
“That pretty much makes for a messy life. We tend to focus on what we’ve recreated rather than what Divine has sent. Most often it takes trauma or a painful event to snap us out, and then Divine has our attention. I invited my ancestors into my healing process, and they helped me. It became apparent that I had highly gifted healers in my family. What I’d been trying to outrun, I realized I never could.”
Deneen’s Holy Assignment was revealed:
Now that you have healed, you know how to do it, it’s your turn to show others who’ve forgotten as you did.
By 2014, Deneen knew the WHAT she needed to do. After some soul searching she discovered the HOW was to write a book.
the world is living in a less-than-delightful circumstance, Victoria provides
tools in her book to help us find JOY despite the jeopardy.
“I have lost everything more than once. Money. Jobs, Homes. Relationships. Stuff. My heart. My soul. My sense of self-worth.
It was a big problem. And that was a big problem.
I saw myself having a big problem I had to fix. I hated myself for never being able to fix it.
It wasn’t until I began creating a daily practice of JOY that things shifted.
In fact, things didn’t shift. They TRANSFORMED. Everything transformed. I discovered the transformational power of heart-centered practice.”
After a year of practicing JOY and sharing it with people, Victoria felt as though she’d discovered a magical formula.
“I thought if I could change my life into a kind of spiritual experiment, maybe I would be able to discover why a made-up practice had succeeded when nothing else had.”
As a little girl, Victoria knew LOVE could heal because she’d experienced it. However, before she began her practice of joy, she forgot how to feel the LOVE which had always been inside her.
“Old fears melted away. Ancient stories lost their grip on me. I felt hope and experienced healing as never before! Why? Because all my practices had one thing in common: they were heart-centered, causing me to live as if I were living is, as, from, and through LOVE.”
To fully reap the blessings of a heart-centered LOVE and JOY practice, it helps to understand the four components of practice:
Daily:Studies show that whatever we prioritize in our lives not only shifts to the top of our to-do lists, but it also becomes the lens through which we experience everything.
Deliberate:The word DELIBERATE means intentional, which comes from the Latin word for “stretching.” That is how Victoria thinks of practice – as the stretches we must do in our souls to keep ourselves limber in LOVE.
Conscious:It’s not enough to practice. To be conscious means to be present. If you are doing a heart-centered LOVE practice, but you are thinking about all the things you have to do next, then you’re not present.
Committed:This word makes so many of us nervous because it connotes pressure, obligation, duty. Try thinking of it this way instead: every day we are bombarded by fear, so if we do not commit to practicing LOVE, we will slide back into fear without even knowing it.
It was a THRILLER (reference back to Vincent Price) to have Victoria on the show. She most definitely brought JOY to Todd, me, and all the listeners of Life Mastery Radio.
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