In one significant way, Ty Bollinger is like almost all of us.
He lost someone he loved very dearly to cancer. His father.
He was devastated and felt powerless to help, watching his father die within a month of diagnosis, after surgery to remove the cancer-filled organ – the stomach – led him to bleed to death.
In the following decade, Ty lost 6 more of his family members to cancer, including his mother.
Like many of us, Ty found it hard to believe that the standard medical response his father, mother and family received was the best or only solution possible. Impassioned, he took action, and began diligently to research alternatives.
Uniquely – and fortunately for the thousands of people he has helped since – Ty’s search became a full-time quest, and what he discovered unearthed a true calling to serve. Learning of the body’s true power to heal itself, the natural remedies that successfully support this healing, and the profit motives driving the medical system’s myopic and often ineffective approach, Ty became a revolutionary, with a mission to reveal to others these truths about cancer, and to put an end this pandemic disease.
Ty’s quest began in 1996, before widescale development of the internet, and Ty spent hours upon hours researching in libraries and conducting interviews. His search took him across the country and around the world, speaking with hundreds of practitioners who have successfully used alternative cancer treatments, and people who have reversed their cancers – all kinds of cancers – using unconventional methods.
These approaches, he found, have been unaccepted and actually suppressed by the mainstream healthcare system – specifically, the big industry that makes hundreds of billions of dollars each year in the U.S. alone from use of the standard approach. Most doctors, he says, earnestly want to help their patients, but don’t know how to, given the truths that have been suppressed.
Driven to share the truth about cancer and empower others to prevent and heal the disease, for themselves and their loved ones, Ty compiled everything he had learned into a book, and then a series of documentaries, which he released in waves from 2015 to 2017, called The Truth About Cancer (TTAC). Released initially for free online, the series is now available for purchase on the multi-media TTAC website, which has become a gathering place and movement for people healing from cancer using alternative remedies and questing to inform others.
Expanding upon everything he learned about the pharmaceutical industry and cancer, Ty recently created and released a related documentary called The Truth About Vaccines.
Ty is a force to be reckoned with, and he packs this interview with at times shocking and thoroughly life-saving information and stats about cancer, the standard medical approach and its alternatives. Maybe the most important and empowering truth about cancer explained in this interview? The body, if well cared for and supported, has the power to heal itself. And there are many methods – used now, around the world – that can help it do so. Thousands of people have used these techniques, and Ty Bollinger is on a mission for you to know that you can, too.
Our deep thanks to Ty for his tireless passion, work and commitment to the truth.
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Teresa Yanaros was born into life destined to unite in service with beings beyond Earth.
Child of a military family stationed at RAF Woodbridge, England in the early 1980s, she grew up hearing stories about the Rendlesham Forest incident, one of the most famous UFO sightings in history worldwide. Her parents were in the military, devout Christians, and, as a result of this incident… believed in life beyond this planet.
Over the years, Teresa would variously keep an open mind and resist this revelation, taking a fairly traditional path out of childhood into college, where she majored in journalism, then held a series of jobs. What remained constant, though was a quest for the truth. A turning point came when her father pointed her to a book, Journey of Souls, which documented a series of dramatically consistent stories of people’s experiences between death and life–and the journey of consciousness that endures, lifetime to lifetime.
For Teresa, the truth of these stories, and the vast depth of our consciousness that they revealed, could not be denied. She was awakened.
With her mind cast wide open, Teresa began having supernatural experiences of her own. If you have ever had any interest in extra-terrestrial beings and contact, you must hear her tell these stories in the interview–of astral projections and overnight visits from ET spacecraft–which are far more riveting and compelling than our words could relate here.
These experiences dramatically changed the course of Teresa’s life, awakening a calling to serve others–to reveal to others the vast depth of consciousness within that exists beyond our individual notions of personhood. That we are God, Source, and infinitely powerful. And that there are beings around the universe trying desperately to help us create a positive future for the planet.
Teresa sold everything, quit her job, and began to write, speak and live the truth that was coming through her. She first put pen to paper to tell of her experiences, and hundreds of pages flowed through her into her to become her first book, What is Magic?.
She became a coach, and created a blog and YouTube channel to share her knowledge with the world. Also, Teresa now speaks regularly at conferences, and collaborates with major national movements, like the Full Disclosure Project, to spread the messages of spiritual awakening, disclosure, and the truth of our existence as consciousness. It is her mission in all her collaborations to empower others to awaken to their true, infinite power, and to join with the co-creative consciousness of the planet to manifest its positive future.
Teresa is at once candid, humble and accessible; forceful and empowering; light and wise in her sharings and predictions for our future.
Selected Links from this Episode
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What’s the new way to live, lead, earn and give? Peta Kelly says it’s simple — and it begins and ends with our alignment.
A self-made millionaire in her mid-20s, having come from humble (but heroic) beginnings, Peta always lived with a desire to serve others. Initially envisioning that she would serve the world as a doctor, she studied science, and went so far as to pursue a PhD. But on this more mainstream path, something else began to call to her, something she couldn’t ignore.
She heard the call to become an entrepreneur. To create.
Her interest in serving our collective health led her first to network marketing, where she sold Isagenix health products. Her belief in the product and magnificent hustle led her to become a millionaire through this business by age 26, when she retired her single mom, and began to launch her own businesses. She even launched herself on a worldwide speaking tour.
Because as she began to create, powerful messages began to come to her, and to move through her human channel. As she raised her frequency and tuned into it, she knew with the precise clarity of alignment that she was being called to share these messages with the world.
She began speaking worldwide, and creating epic sh*t of her own. Including empowering mentoring programs, a high-vibe consciousness festival, and an online tribe to unite and support this generation’s game changers – people who, like Peta, feel called and “supercharged” to serve the world, and raise our collective vibration as One. She also felt a call to help people change their “money story”, something we discuss in-depth in this interview.
Her most recent message, lovingly and powerfully laid out in her first book, released earlier this year, is that “Earth is Hiring.” That there is a “New way to live, lead, earn and give for millenials and anyone who gives a sh*t.” And it begins with raising our vibration to meet Mother Earth at her highest frequency and creative brilliance.
We’ve got it wrong when we believe we need to save the Earth, Peta says. Mother Earth is a bad*ss creator – all she needs us to do is remember that we are, too, and rise up to meet her. Work with her to raise the collective vibration, reveal the truth of our infinite power, and our ability to rise and thrive together, where we will effortlessly know harmony with Earth, and each other.
She says the most important thing anyone can do to meet this collective calling now, as the world rushes toward transformation, is to put your alignment first. No more shoulds, no more obligations. Stop doing sh*t you hate, and recreate your life to be and serve what you love. Live in your “tap”. We have everything we need, all the time to flow effortlessly with nature, and to create infinite abundance, solutions and service for others. We just kink it up in our forgetting of who we are, and block our true Power.
One of the (many) awesome things about Peta that comes through in this fun, power-packed, call-to-action of an interview is that she is human as f*ck (“human AF”, as she says; note the asterixes across this post). She is no guru, but an awakened human being who has aligned with her soul’s purpose and opened her own tap to allow the flow of a powerful message that is within and resonant to all of us – human beings and magical creators in one.
Be who you are, and the magic within you here and now will be effortless, Peta tells us. It might even raise the vibration and change the world.
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~ George Santayana
Gerard Armond Powell (“Gerry”) has always been an all-or-nothing kind of guy. To say he had an addictive personality is a gross understatement.
Drugs, women, alcohol, money….you name it. Every vice known to man has written a chapter in his colorful life story. And for many years, each of these chapters had a very dark – and often catastrophic – ending.
That is, until he found plant medicine, through a series of synchronicities and the direction of a shaman friend in Southeast Asia. At his wit’s end – having tried rehab, therapy and other more mainstream recovery options, with no success – he decided to go for it. He had absolutely nothing at that point to lose.
What happened then and there is nothing short of a miracle. During his first plant medicine ceremony, he had a chat with…the moon (of course). The moon – perhaps a vehicle for his higher self – laid out an entirely new vision for Gerry’s life, and how specifically he was to help others recover from addiction using plant medicine and other powerful healing modalities. He was even told where exactly this work was to take place, in Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
Most importantly, as Gerry describes it, that night he was reconnected with his soul. The gap between he and his true Self that he had tried so hard to fill with drugs, women, alcohol and anything else he could get his hands on, had been closed and healed. He emerged reborn.
Incredibly, the guidance he received during this first ceremony played out mostly to the letter. He has since founded and runs the Rythmia Life Advancement Center in Costa Rica (link + special offer for Ownstream listeners, below) helping hundreds of others to close the gap, reconnect with their soul and find peace, healing and recovery on the other side.
In this interview, learn all about Gerry’s story, including the specifics on what happened during his first experience with plant medicine, his epic encounter with the moon (which also includes a typewriter), his transformative healing work at Rythmia and his vision for how plants can change the world.
Plus, Gerry is a total joy to chat with and listen to. He’s down to earth, hilarious and powerfully transparent. Mostly, what we reveal in this interview is a man clearly and deeply in love with his calling and his life. His dramatic transformation and utter authenticity are certain to inspire anyone seeking the truth about life and our relationship with God and the natural world.
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– Sir Richard Burton
When asking how our lives might look different if we were to follow our hearts and dreams, so many of us point to travel.
For most of us, travel represents freedom in one way or another – the ability to do whatever we want to, go wherever we want to, whenever we want to do it.
But many of us never do it – or do it only in the limited, accepted, prescribed way – for a couple weeks of vacation a year, here or there. We feel confined to one place, limited by time, money, and location-dependent obligations.
No so for Jason Moore.
After college, Jason longed to travel – to take off in the spirit of adventure, and go wherever he wanted to go, whenever he wanted to, finding a way to pay for it along the way – something that has more recently, as the number of digital nomads has climbed, been termed “location independence.”
Despite $20,000 in student loan debt, Jason took a leap of faith that he could support himself on the road, and took off. To pay the bills – which were fairly minimal – he took a series of jobs that allowed him to travel where he wanted to go. He organized and promoted events, was an adventure travel tour guide for a summer and even served as a tour manager for a band.
What he found on his way was that many of the mind stories that stop us from traveling are actually made up of myths. That is, it’s not actually impossible to make money while traveling – in fact, he was able to pay off his student loans while traveling and working on the road. And, it’s not actually that expensive to travel and live abroad across most of the world.
Jason’s own experience learning how to travel and experience freedom and location independence soon became his passion to serve and help others. He began to talk to people about their own dreams, their own callings for freedom and travel. He loved listening, and realized that he had amassed so much useful experience and tools for living and traveling that he could really help others do this.
Along the way, he partnered up with fellow traveler and friend, Travis Sherry, and created an online community, “Location Indie”, for people living this so-called alternative lifestyle. Living and working on the road is not always easy – there are challenges, and it can be lonely – and having a community of others who believe in living the same way, and who can provide support and tips from their own experience, he says, is crucial to enjoying it and feeling good and excited about continuing onward.
Together with Trav, he has also worked hard to pull together the top courses and resources that are available online for living a travel lifestyle, including how to start an online business, how to teach abroad, how to learn other languages, and many more, which he and Trav will release in what they call “The Paradise Pack” next week – available for one week only, May 29-June 4, 2018.
Jason comes through in this interview as a down-to-earth, warm, and easy-going guy, and also a deeply knowledgeable and experienced expert in the art of travel and freedom. He makes it clear that everyone has their own vision for freedom, and what kind of travel lifestyle – part- or full-time, lux or budget, etc. – will fulfill their dreams.
These days, he is in Norway, raising his 2-year-old daughter together with his partner, and is less frequently mobile. But, travel is still a passion, and he is learning how to be free and independent and build a life of travel that makes his family happy, too. All more experience that will help Jason help others to create the freedom and travel lifestyles of their own unique calling and design.
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~ C. S. Lewis
Brandy Gillmore refused to take “no” for an answer.
After a car accident and a fall that injured her spine, the former athlete was left with devastating, chronic pain throughout her body. She spent days – years – laying in bed, watching TV, with a constant morphine supply that couldn’t even ease the pain, using a wheelchair, walker – and later, a cane – to get around. Determined to heal this pain, and live a full life, she simply could not – would not – believe what every doctor told her: that there was no solution to heal her condition.
A bright light seemed to emerge from this tunnel of darkness when Brandy was invited to join an experimental study, until her doctor told her that her condition was too hopeless for her to participate. It was at that moment, at the depth of despair and hopelessness, that she was struck with the realization that led her to glimpse hope, and find her own way out – she remembered the placebo effect.
That is: in the countless hours of research on health and healing she had done since her accident, she remembered reading many stories of people getting well just taking the placebo – that is, the inactive pill, the non-remedy, to provide a control group for the study of a treatment. What if she didn’t need to be in this study at all? What if the solution to her dilemma lay outside of the traditional system of health and healing in our society… and in her own mind?
What if… she could heal herself?
As we can see meeting and listening to the vibrant, healthy, powerful Brandy of today, the answer was a resounding – YES. Today, Brandy walks with ease, strength, and free from any pain of support, sharing her message of empowerment, and teaching others how to heal themselves too.
In this extraordinary conversation, learn all about Brandy’s journey from chronic pain and desperation to power, vitality and purpose. Specifically, we discuss:
Even if you do not suffer from physical pain, Brandy’s story confirms for all of us that we have the power to create our own well being, that consciousness is the true power, and that each of us has more of it than we could ever possibly need.
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~ Tim Duncan
What do you think of as “normal”?
What way to dress? Eat? Work? Live? Have you ever wondered where these ideas came from? It’s amazing what we accept to be truth – and the way things are supposed to be – simply because we’ve been told it is so. And that we want to spend our lives being what’s usual, typical, or expected.
From an early age, Daniel Eisenman questioned what he was told is “normal” – the standard way that he and others were supposed to be.
At first, he played around with breaking normal – like many teenagers do – by challenging the rules set around him, and acting a bit reckless. He drove fast, got caught by the cops, and one time, rolled his mother’s car.
But for the most part, early on, he stayed on track. After high school, he went to college, and chose to study pre-med, like all the good kids did, and like his parents wanted. He graduated and took the MCATs. But as applications to med school approached, and he looked ahead, he started to question this “normal” path more fundamentally. Something within him knew there was more to his life, and his role in the world, and he decided to take a year off.
That year has since become ten more.
He hasn’t stopped, or resumed his former course. Instead, what he found while taking time off from the prescribed path is that there are, actually, infinite ways to live your life. That “normal” is just a conditioned story – unique to each of us, and the story we specifically were told. And he’s spent the last ten years experimenting with how to live a life that’s fun, exciting and true to himself – aligned with his beliefs and in service to others.
At first, he sought how “to get paid to do the things he would pay to do”, leading to all sorts of adventures that defy our normal beliefs about what we must do to make money. He got gigs at concerts he wanted to see, and paid for life in NYC by carrying a stiletto on a silver platter in a tux, and creating a 1000-photo marketing campaign for Little Debbie snack cakes. He later became an internet sensation by creating raw vegan feasts from dumpster dives.
Along the way of following his fun, he saw his idea of fun change. What became most fun, and most exciting, actually, was being true to himself, and serving others in a way that was aligned with his values and beliefs. Pandering Little Debbie’s as a raw vegan was a dramatic experience in contrast; later, promoting a raw vegan lifestyle stopped resonating when his own body rejected that diet as dogma.
What Daniel found to be most fun, and most exciting was to show others that they too can “break normal” – recognize and overcome their societal conditioning, discard this self-imposed prison, and rediscover and realign their lives with the joys of their own inner, wild child. For over ten years now, he has been traveling the world leading adventurous, “funcomfortable” personal breakthrough retreats in beautiful, exotic and remote destinations. He has also written a book on his experiences with “Breaking Normal”, and recently launched an app that is meant to be a retreat experience in a pocket (links to both below).
Every day for Daniel now is an adventure in following his own fun, excitement and alignment. He travels often, around the country and the world, lives in vibrant health, enjoys a passionate love relationship, and these days, is most awed by his 1-year-old daughter, Divina, who last year became a viral star with him online as he OM’d her to sleep.
Daniel is a real, open-hearted, generous guy who lives a wildly epic life and wants you to know you can, too. He has helped hundreds of people in his intimate, powerful retreats to shed their own self-constructed prisons, recover their inner wild child, and understand their unlimited freedom to live. He offers so much of himself, his own journey and what he has learned in working with others in this interview, and we are thrilled to share him with you.
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“The stories we tell literally make the world. If you want to change the world, you need to change your story.”
– Michael Margolis
Kathleen Morton never understood why people seem to live by the same unwritten rules.
As a child in a fairly traditional family and school, she most enjoyed the sanctuary of her bedroom, where she could shut the door on the outside workings of life, and where her natural creativity flourished. There, Kathleen would spend hours on end in the magical space of her own creation – writing and illustrating children’s stories with no limits or prescriptions.
Like many of us, when she graduated high school and moved into the larger world, Kathleen believed, as her parents encouraged her to, that a traditional education and career path would bring her happiness, money and success in life. She left her childhood home and went to college to study business.
She found almost immediately that this path did not work for her. No matter the effort to will herself forward, she couldn’t pay attention in class or take tests in the subject.
With the encouragement of a classmate and friend who seemed to love her classes (and even the tests!), Kathleen changed her focus to something that personally inspired her. As a lifelong storyteller, she was drawn to a double major in journalism and psychology.
Returning home after college, one potential story of her life flashed before her eyes: hanging out with the same friends, doing the same things every day, in a mechanical urban environment and routine. Something inside Kathleen told her that there was more to life, and called out for the vast, open expanses of nature, which spoke of unlimited possibility. She moved to Colorado, and soon, the city girl who didn’t know how to hike found herself more and more at home in the outdoors.
As she spent more time in nature, packing in and packing out everything she needed and leaving no trace, she began to question the way she lived, and the footprint she was making on the Earth. At home in her apartment, she used resources from the grid (water, electricity, etc.) without thought to their potential limits, or the impact she was making on our planet.
To live closer to the Earth, she bought a pop-up camper with her then boyfriend for $1,800, and messaged a bunch of people renting homes on Airbnb to see who might be willing to rent her a piece of their land. Finding space with a local family, she and her boyfriend made home there anew. They bought a composting toilet, lived without electricity, and were responsible for all of their own water. They felt the changes of seasons and morning dew directly through the permeable camper walls, and comingled with the local wildlife. Kathleen wondered – finding more financial and personal freedom – why more people didn’t live this way.
What began as an experiment with tiny, off-grid living soon revealed itself as a calling, and a new story for Kathleen’s life: to live closely and in flow with nature, minimize her impact on the environment, and tell her story – and those of others making life this way – to show others that this is, in fact possible, and maybe inspire them to do the same.
Today, Kathleen has brought one of her favorite childhood stories to life: she now lives and wanders through nature in a 1987 Toyota van, together with her dog, Peaches. She has created a blog and podcast where she tells her story and the stories of other van dwellers, and she serves this community by creating monthly #vanlife gatherings around the country, where the growing community of mobile, alternative home explorers can gather on the frontier, support one another in the lifestyle and movement they are pioneering.
She admits openly that breaking all the rules for living and creating a new story for herself in this way has its challenges, and that she hasn’t figured it all out yet. She talks in this intimate interview about what it’s really like to live and work all over the country in a van, and why – despite the challenges – she feels endlessly fortunate that she is able to live in this way, enjoy the open freedom of her days, and create her own story of her life each day.
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– Janis Joplin
Have you ever felt that you are living someone else’s life? That there is another “you” deep within? Someone who would choose to look and feel and live this life in a totally different way?
Often, we live the way someone else has told us to, believing that the wants and yearnings and excitements bouncing around inside of us are only fantasies, meant to be kept quiet in order to be a responsible person, and do what we “should”.
Sometimes – if we are lucky – we will reach a breaking point, at which the contrast between the external self we have fabricated and the true, authentic self within us becomes intolerable, and the truth explodes out of us, cracking our double life wide open, beyond repair.
From childhood, Stan Hartmann lived with a nagging feeling that something about him wasn’t quite right. He never liked the activities other boys did, and when he grew up, he took on his father’s business with great reluctance. He married, had a family, and became a Christian. Later, he remarried, but was never able to enjoy a sexual relationship with a woman.
His thirst for God was deep, and even when he quit working to focus only on his spiritual search, and reached the apex of that search – experiencing full realization of the Absolute One – there remained an underlying tension, pain and lack in his human existence. He didn’t like living.
Then, one day, Stan reached the breaking point.
His partner lovingly called out the elephant in the room of their two-year relationship. She asked why – despite their deep friendship, emotional and spiritual connection – he could not make love to her.
The truth exploded out of him: “because I’m not a fucking male.”
In that instant, years of lies and pretending revealed themselves, and shed themselves from his body like layers of unshackled bondage. Stan experienced for the first time the truth of his authentic self, the reason he had never felt comfortable in his body or truly joyous in his life. He saw that he had created a persona for others that was not his own. Becoming one with his authentic self, Stan became Annie, and with the veil lifted, embodied life took on new glory, joy, and meaning.
Today, Annie lives in wild wonder at the experience of being human – the flowers shine brilliant colors, human beings radiate aliveness, and life is an adventure of unlimited joy and potential, with no bounds. Becoming her fully embodied, authentic self, as she describes it, she now understands the experience of life as the Creator intended in knowing itself in this way – the full experience of “God in a bod.”
Most important, she says, this is an experience all of us can have – in fact, we are meant to have it. This is why we came here: to understand and come to know, through the power of contrast and with infinitely joyous (re)union, who we really, truly are – our divine selves.
It’s not about gender, ultimately – it’s about the burning truth inside of each of us that we are holding back, pushing down, disallowing – a truth that is perfectly unique to each human being, and their authentic self.
Majestic in the beauty, emotion and magnitude of its transformation, Annie’s story is really about the journey of every human life – about finding out who we really are, and embodying it, experiencing it… and becoming One with it.
On the other side is pure technicolor: the wild joy, light, love and radiance of this creation. You know, only that.
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~ Suzy Kassem
In 1999, the film The Matrix was released. It told the story of a small band of renegades led by Morpheus and the prodigal son, Neo, breaking loose from a synthetic, lifeless, programmed reality they called “the matrix” and, over the course of 3 films, the eventual collapse of this artificial and controlling system.
There is a very real reason why this story became such a sensation in our culture. Many people flocked to see these films multiple times as the story rang the bell of truth for them – us included.
Since the release of the Matrix trilogy, the phrase “The Matrix” has become synonymous among our society’s renegades with the sterile and toxic life path promoted to us by institutions, the media, schools, governments…you name it. Indeed, many people in our culture feel like their lives are a continuous cycle of pouring from the empty into the void. They feel controlled, mechanical, limited.
And yet, within us, there is another voice, a deep understanding that knows these limits are artificial and false. It knows that life is meant to be creative, joyful, authentic and fun. This voice, that we share within us, is now facilitating a mass awakening, as more and more people are creating lives outside of this matrix and inspiring others by their example to do the same.
Ownstream is our love letter to this movement, our way of shining a light onto those brave people leading the charge out of this tired way of life into one filled with excitement and possibility.
Our own paths have been filled with questioning virtually every area of life in which there is a contracted status quo or accepted way of living, looking past the story we’ve been told to a broader, more expansive truth full of unlimited possibility. Our trail has been marked by a series of specific decisions we have made, and have seen (& helped) others make too, that have dramatically altered our lives, and created powerful leverage in the critical effort to exit the matrix, and create a life of our own choosing, anew.
In this episode, we chronicle our journey through 8 specific points of departure from the old system, to create a new life aligned with the truth of who we are. These are 8 highly actionable choices we’ve made that have dramatically expanded our lives, improved our health and filled us with optimism and excitement for life.
These range from changing our diets, to taking a deep look at our relationship with material things, to our daily meditation practice, to seeking more powerful and positive inputs (while eliminating any/all negative media sources) and much, much more.
In an effort to help others see past the programming of the matrix, understand the vast canvas of possibility available to them, and make more empowered and expansive choices, we have written an eBook detailing these 8 choices. This book, entitled “Exit The Matrix” is filled with hundreds of valuable tools and resources, enabling you to make similar powerful choices for yourself.
This is our first eBook, and we are beyond excited to share it with you! Our hope is that you will read this book with an open mind, explore the tools for yourself and see what excites you or calls you forward into a more expansive, inspired life. In this episode of the Ownstream Podcast, we candidly discuss our own “exit the matrix” story through the lens of these 8 categories.
No more does anyone need to abide by the old rules set for our world. There are millions of people forging a new reality, a new Earth, right under our feet. “Exit The Matrix” is our gift to those seeking support in unplugging from this old matrix, or way of life, and joining the march forward towards a society based on joy, community, abundance and…limitless living.
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