Back to Basics

The inside-out understanding is at the heart of all the coaching and sharing I do each week on my show. Listen live to this fun and informative exploration of the fundamental principles behind the human experience and how they free us up to experience more happiness, high performance, and spiritual fulfillment!
(Original Airdate: November 19th 2015)

2:30- The secret to mastery
4:00- Michael’s journey to end his suffering and master spirituality/philosophy/emotion
10:00- The purpose of a relationship
16:30- Sydney Banks’ life-changing experience
21:00- 3 fundamental truths and innate health
40:00- Living in the Divine
44:00- How do you change a thought?

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