In this podcast we cover one of the most powerful spiritual embodiment modalities practiced universally by all free cultures: Dance.
In this podcast with my good friend Jesse Katz, founder of Roots of Fight, we talk about the struggles and triumphs of entrepreneurship and the lessons to be learned from Jesse's personal relationship with the legends of combat like Bruce Lee, Mike Tyson, and Muhammed Ali.
Finally the podcast has come first circle. The very first podcast was with Seekay Chin, my long time friend and restauranteur, but we had the microphones upside down. Finally we got it together so we could talk some nonsense about scientology and other trifles.
In this podcast I talk to best-selling author Tucker Max, no longer the wild man of his youth, about mating, dating and finding fulfillment in sexual relations. *Apologies for the audio difficulties in the first 120 seconds.
In this podcast with the astral Junk Yard dog, my man Cory Allen, we talk about his surprise visit into my ayahuasca vision and the binaural beat project we've been working on.
Anahata: sister, teacher, friend was the first to introduce me to shamanic breathing, one of the most elegant and impactful psychedelic experiences I have experienced. We discuss this incredible healing modality as well as the keys to self mastery and conscious relationships.
In this podcast with author and speaker Christine Hassler we explore relationships, and the nature of the 'wild' masculine and feminine.
This podcast I invite on our Chief Marketing Officer from Onnit, and long time friend Mike Spadier. We talk about what it has taken to create a company that thrives independently of any one person, and I go into the trials and triumphs of writing my first book in virtual isolation.
In this podcast with Dr. Dan Engle we talk about the challenges with the pharmaceutical-driven medical system, and the potential for psychedelic medicine to play a keystone role in the paradigm shift. Lastly we ask the question, what does it mean to live the way of the Lakota warrior? With Hoka Hey "Today Is A Good Day to Die" on your breath?