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Was it Netflix’s fault that I was not in alignment with things in my life? No, it was simply the action I took to get back on track.

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But, I see the dependance so many of us have on Netflix, movies, and entertainment in general. I personally live life owning up to my shit, not being afraid to admit things to myself about myself. For that reason I move forward in life very quickly, and you can too. Not to mention I went 17 days without eating food during this period. So here it goes, I’m going to tell you what changed and how I did it, it’s quite simple really.

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First, ask yourself, do you go home every night and watch movies? Shows? Do you spend 20+ hours a week watching TV or movies? Go ahead, count real quick before reading on…. If so, then this article is for you. It’s a challenge for you to take a few days and observe your patterns and habits, how you operate now, and ultimately ask yourself the question: Am I living the life I truly want to live deep down?

I’m not talking about being rich, or driving crazy expensive cars. I’m talking about living out a life that feeds your soul. Something you’re growing a lot from, living presently everyday. Working past your mind and ego’s desires regularly, doing things you love for your career, etc.

Before your mind goes off telling you how the last article you read on some mainstream millennial publication told you not to worry about any of these things and to just say YOLO – stop, breathe, and realize how much those publications challenge you to simply consume, follow trends, obsess over pop culture and be a cog in the machine. You’re a limitless soul having a human experience, you are much more than the clothes you wear, the car you drive, the cell phone you have, the gender you are, or what music you listen to. Stop selling yourself short to those things, you’re incredible. And Netflix is too! But we also have to observe something for a moment, getting there.

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The Common Objections

There’s nothing more common I hear from people than “you shouldn’t force change in your own life, go easy, it’s a journey, don’t rush.” Never in my life have I rushed, never in my life have I panicked about changing too slowly and although at times I didn’t stay present to the journey, I always made my way back to that. So why do we say things like “don’t force it” when we’re not? Could it be because we are resistant to change? And by telling ourselves over and over again that it’s not a rush and to not force it we are just allowing our minds to convince us not to change? How do we recognize the difference between actually not rushing and getting stuck in a stagnant state? I think it’s pretty simple, if you let nothing change for longer than 1 or 2 months, you’re stuck. WHAT?! Yes! if you go 30 – 60 days without doing anything about the challenges you know you have in your life or change nothing about the fact you are not doing things you love, you are stagnant. This isn’t a negative thing, this isn’t a criticism, it’s simply an observation with the power to help us become aware and start rolling forward.

I’ve done it myself. I’ve gotten stuck in states for a couple months that have me repeating cycles over and over. That leave me feeling distracted and without peace. This is what brought me to cancel my Netflix to begin with. So there I was, it was February of 2017. I had left a relationship 5 months prior and I was living on my own with my cats, first time in a while. My business (Collective Evolution) was going through the beginnings of a transition phase and we had a ton of projects on the go yet kept hitting walls with them. I was working a lot but felt like I wasn’t really going anywhere. I wasn’t learning new things, I wasn’t making time for me, my meditation, my own evolution or working out. I was stuck.

For the last 8 years I had always moved through challenges as they came. This is precisely why I move forward quickly and don’t have my life upside down regularly. Because we are each in control of that and I recognize that. When I reflect on my life while I took responsibility and action on it I see that I created a company bang on to my vision and it’s very ‘successful.’ I am in a relationship I love. I have great friends. I grow every month as a person and I am aligned with my soul purpose. And the reality is, you can too, we all can. But what I noticed before I cancelled my Netflix was, all the things I had done in the last 8 years that brought me to where I was today I wasn’t doing. But why?

It’s pretty simple really, I allowed myself to move more into allowing my mind to run my experience instead of my present awareness. Thoughts become fickle, distractions become attractive. Movies, shows and meaningless things become commonplace in the days that go by.

Why I Cancelled Netflix

I absolutely wouldn’t give my power up to Netflix to say it was the platform itself that was distracting me. I was! I was doing it to myself and Netflix was my vehicle to get me there. That’s part number one; if you find yourself blaming others, you wont’ see your situation clearly. It’s never anyone’s fault. Back to Netflix, the endless string of shows, movies and documentaries, that in one sense can be used minimally for a moment of relaxation or mind expansion, and in another sense can become a huge distraction when we let it get out of control and choose to start doing it everyday.

1. I started listening to podcasts

So I had some extra time each day but not a ton cause to be honest I wasn’t going that hard on Netflix. But let’s say an extra 3 hours a day or so. What did I do? I kept the TV off and started downloading podcasts again. I was choosing a few simple ones to listen to in order to get myself back into them. 30 minute episodes about one topic or another related to personal growth or spirituality. I recall listening to one about Shane Smith and how his vision of VICE had changed once he went from 13 to 2500 employees and suddenly couldn’t control the brand, the content that was going out, and how ‘useless’ the content became. I started to relate in a big way and it got me reflecting.

As CE grew from 4 writers to 15, I suddenly couldn’t watch or read every piece that went out. Was the message the same? Did it hold strong to the brand? It was tough to tell and it pushed me to start putting in further methods of staying as on-brand as possible. This was good action that was coming out of making a simple change, learning more!

2. I consumed 4 books in the first month.

Did I read them all? No, some were read and some were audiobooks. I drive a lot, so instead of music every time I listened to a lot of audiobooks. Now don’t get me wrong, I don’t listen to top 40 music that often does more harm to your psyche and mental state than good, but regardless there can be more time made to listen and learn vs simply listening to music.

I read:

Ascension Mysteries by David Wilcock.
The Art of Peace by Morihei Ueshiba
The Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahamsa Yogananda
Professor Ehret’s Mucusless Diet
Kosmic Consciousness by Ken Wilber

Again based on the previous one, I was learning again. Feeding my mind with things it was curious about and allowing me to expand who I am and what I know, which can help me find where I want to go with certain things more clearly. Gaining more experience through consuming content and hearing other people’s stories can sometimes be used as a way to consider new experiences for yourself should they resonate with you.

3. I started to experience peace regularly again

As I started to slow down with distractions, life slowed down. I became more present again and remembered what it felt like to live each day, each moment, from the heart and in the moment. It didn’t matter that I had pretty well lived that way for almost 6 years, what mattered was I let myself get off that train. I didn’t judge myself for it, kick myself in the ass and call myself stupid. I simply observed it and took action as hastily because I know that’s what it takes at times in modern life.

Also I knew again what it felt like to be out of peace and that certainly wasn’t as enjoyable. Hopping back into that state (of peace) was where my heart wanted to go anyway.

4. I was healthier, more active, and meditating again

These things all come one day after another. Don’t expect it to be a “OK, today’s the day! I turn it ALL around today!” It might take a couple weeks for it all to start firing. If it’s a first time through, it might take a couple months. The point is, let one thing lead to the next and keep exploring! I made more time to make food, be active, and meditate because I was choosing to structure my time in ways that would cut out distractions and bring me to where I wanted to go.

Lost a bunch of weight and was incredibly energetic from my grape juice fast.

5. I aligned my life and welcomed in a new life partner

After a couple weeks of being back on track I started to get clear signs in my waking life and in my meditations about ‘someone’ who was going to show up in my life and how she was going to be important to my journey. It was clear that it would be a relationship, one that had aspects to it that I had longed for but had not yet been ready to experience due to various experiences I had to have first. Sure enough, as I continued to just take care of me, get into alignment with myself and continue to just be at peace with life, 5 weeks into this 60 day period, I met her. It was a very synchronistic meeting that took place in a different country and ultimately led us to where we are today which is having an incredible journey together of growth, expansion and joy.

6. I was clear on my soul’s goals and vision again

The more time I spent with ME, the more I explored things that were in alignment with what I wanted to create and do, and in turn the clearer my vision became for it all again. I started to put in place the means and methods to which I would shift many aspects of my life and my mission (which happens to be my business) to take them to a level I was being guided to take them to from within myself. It wasn’t based on monetary goals but on what I felt I needed to do based on how I’m inspired to contribute to the world at this time. By making enough time to go within myself in my life, I have always gotten clear on to truly find out what that is. Not someone else’s dreams, my dreams.

7. I fasted for 17 days, no food!

Within this whole journey, for 17 straight days I went on a fast to help reset many aspects of my body to take my health and wellness to another level as well. I drank 1L of organic concord grape juice each day for 17 days and did enemas along the way to help cleanse and flush things out. Even though I had been eating a vegetarian diet for almost 10 years and a vegan diet for most of those 10, I ate a standard Italian diet for the 20 years prior to that. The body can take time to fully reset, and fasting is one of the most effective ways to do it. This reset was incredible, and it took me to some incredible spiritual levels as well.

In the end, like I said before, cancelling Netflix was simply a means to help pull the biggest distraction in my life out completely. In all honesty, 90% of the people in my life have the exact same problem but may not see it. I could have totally used Netflix once a week and still did all these things, TOTALLY. But I chose not to. I grabbed the $14 bucks I was spending on Netflix and swapped it for Audible.

I wanted to tell this story because I know many people sometimes just need a push, a bit of encouragement to take things to the next level and commit to something. Hearing someone else’s story can be inspiring to start tapping into our own soul desires enough that we no longer need external motivation to keep on, but instead just dive into our passions and let that be the medicine that moves you forward.

We Can Get Lost in ‘Personal Development’ Sometimes

One final note. Personal development has almost become a neurotic obsession for many of us I notice.  It’s a great way to focus on making well intentioned shifts in our lives, but we often are not willing to do the actual work involved to move beyond the things that challenge us: being honest with ourselves, truly letting go of old habits, and staying aligned with our true selves. Not only that, but we are so often replacing old patterns and habits with new belief systems or stories in our mind as if we’re trying to program ourselves for success or riches. Even if that works for a year or two, it won’t forever. And you likely won’t ever have sustainable peace in your life unless we truly shift within.

All that said, personal development, or personal evolution as I like to call it, is a natural part of being a soul having a human experience on this planet. We just often work so hard to avoid it. It’s actually A LOT of work to avoid our own growth. Think about it – constant distractions, suffering, pain, and doing things we don’t love. We do a lot to avoid it.

These days, there is so much talk of being a successful entrepreneur and going out and hustling constantly to make it happen. While I admire the action and the desire to break out of cycles, we have to be aware to not let it lead us astray and move us away from what our soul desires truly are. We often move forward taking actions on someone else’s dream that we think is our own, but isn’t. In essence, we have no idea what we truly want deep down, and we are simply going off what we think we want or what everyone else has told us we want. I.e. chasing the American Dream. A dream dreamt up by someone else that we believe is our own but isn’t. Your dream is simple to find, your desires are simple to find, we just have to cut the distractions down and listen.

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3 Powerful Tools to Help Overcome the Emotional Toll of the Pandemic

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    The pandemic has had a significant effect on our lives. Possibly without realizing it, many are suffering from a form of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

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    If you feel stressed or feel that you have PTSD resulting from this pandemic, try these suggestions before resorting to medication or maladaptive coping strategies.

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The pandemic has had a significant effect on our lives. Possibly without realizing it, many are suffering from a form of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Every news cycle paralyzes us with fear of a new variant. Some feel grief over who or what they have lost or continue to have feelings of social disconnectedness. Despite what we have all been through, we need to start moving forward with our lives and truly live again. We must recognize that we have more control over our physical and mental health than advertised. The truth is that there are many helpful things that we can do.

PTSD is a stress-related disorder that may develop after exposure to a traumatic event or ordeal in which death or severe physical harm was a threat or occurred. Those with PTSD may experience agitation, irritability, hostility, hypervigilance, self-destructive behavior, social isolation, flashbacks, fear, anxiety, depression, attention difficulty, loneliness, insomnia, or nightmares.

Trauma can lead to feelings of powerlessness, but powerlessness can also keep us trapped in a PTSD cycle. The psychological imprint of trauma rewires the brain. There’s an old saying in neuroscience: “neurons that fire together wire together.” Our brain neurons begin firing in the amygdala, the emotional part of our brains, during a traumatic event. People can get stuck in an emotional loop, and the rational voice in their heads does not weigh in. This looping can cause a person to respond disproportionately to stress – freezing, panicking, or acting out in anger. Some dissociate or enter a trance-like state. Maladaptive coping skills can sometimes develop. Cutting, burning, overeating, drinking, drugs, overspending, etc., is all an attempt to dampen our painful emotional feelings. So, to avoid getting stuck in a PTSD cycle, we must act and take our power back.

Time to seek out the most effective help so that we can feel calm and in control again. What can we do?

1. Boost Your Immune System

If you fear getting sick, it’s time to live a healthier lifestyle and boost your immune system. Sadly, we are taught (with the help of pharmaceutical dollars) that health comes from a needle or a pill. Our “experts” recommend masks, hand-washing, social distancing, and mRNA vaccines. Still, they seldom suggest a healthy diet, supplements, and other natural remedies to help improve our health and support the body to fight off illness and disease. Click here for my article that includes 16 Tips on Boosting Immunity.

2. Embrace Spirituality

Over the last 20 years, I have been honored to have worked with many great therapists, healers, spiritual leaders, and trauma survivors to witness the power of Spirituality in healing. Spirituality is an inner belief system providing an individual with meaning and purpose in life. Whether it involves a higher power, nature, religious rituals, meditation, mindfulness, or prayer, the premise is to stay connected to the core of who we are. That place of stillness within us holding the memory of wholeness, peace, inner strength, and balance – despite what has happened. A spiritual philosophy or practice can provide us with a bigger context for our experiences and clarify our purpose. Spiritual methods also connect us with a sense of community and support. Finding our tribe is essential in the face of trauma and loss. The spiritual journey often allows us to go inside ourselves and listen to our inner guidance and “knowingness.” The inner voice may know, for instance, that the virus will not hurt us, or what we are being told by the media is untrue. Spirituality also helps us shift our perspective from “why me” to “what can I do about it. It brings us a sense of power and control.

3. Guided Imagery & Bilateral Stimulation

Both tools are essential for the trauma therapy toolbox. They are noninvasive and helpful for overcoming the effects of trauma. Guided imagery can help us alter the negative or stressful pictures and thoughts in our minds and help us create new, more peaceful ones—a form of instilling positive affirmations. Before you read on, I thought you might like to download my 10-minute exercise. This science-based, comprehensive video will help you to cultivate a sense of inner peace and give you a way to help overcome the effects of this pandemic – GET IT HERE

Is There Science Behind This?

Science, yes. Magic, no. This method requires regular practice if you want to make lasting, long-term changes to the ways that you think and feel. The good news is that both guided imagery and bilateral stimulation are widely practiced and well-established practices. However, I recommend that if you are still struggling after repeated listening, you find a qualified trauma therapist to continue the work you have already started.

A Look At The Research

Guided imagery is a behavioral technique using a series of verbal suggestions to guide oneself or others in visualizing an image in the mind to bring a desired response in the way of a reduction in stress, anxiety, or pain. A growing list of empirical literature supports the use of these techniques in various physical and emotional conditions. Guided imagery resulted in a clinically significant reduction in PTSD and related symptoms in a returning, combat-exposed active-duty military population. Positive affirmations can positively affect the brain’s circuitry. There is MRI evidence suggesting that specific neural pathways are increased when people practice self-affirmation tasks.

Numerous research articles have established that bilateral stimulation is one of the most effective treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Some therapists practice Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), a combination of psychotherapy and bilateral stimulation. EMDR is very effective for treating a wide range of mental health issues due to emotional and physical trauma. During bilateral stimulation, patients tend to “process” the memory in a way that leads to a peaceful resolution. And, often results in increased insight regarding both previously disturbing events and long-held negative thoughts about the self.

“Bilateral Stimulation induces a fundamental change in brain circuitry, similar to what happens in REM sleep. It allows the person undergoing treatment to process and incorporate traumatic memories into general association networks in the brain. This therapy helps the individual integrate and understand the memories within the larger context of their life experience.” – Robert Stickgold, Ph.D., Harvard Medical School

Takeaway

If you feel stressed or feel that you have PTSD resulting from this pandemic, try the above suggestions and download my helpful video before resorting to medication or maladaptive coping strategies. Also, you can discover the many mind-body practices you can do at home to help manage stress more successfully and so much more. SIGN UP HERE to receive your free download today. To purchase my book Healing Without Hurting, click here.

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Boosting Your Mood and Improving Your Health With Vitamin D

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    Vitamin D is essential for proper immune functioning and alleviation of inflammation.

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    Are you or someone you love suffering from depression or an autoimmune disorder? When is the last time you checked your Vitamin D levels?

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Are you or someone you love suffering from depression or an autoimmune disorder? It appears vitamin D deficiency may be to blame.

Vitamin D is essential for proper immune functioning and alleviation of inflammation. The beneficial effects of vitamin D on protective immunity are due in part to its impact on the innate immune system and has numerous effects on cells within the immune system. Vitamin D is also involved in maintaining the proper balance of several minerals in the body. And, it helps to ward off the flu and many viruses and treat them. The latest research links vitamin D deficiency to many disease states. These disease states include cancer, osteoporosis, heart disease, depression, arthritis, and just about every other degenerative disease.

 “Vitamin D reduces depression. In a randomized, double-blind study, People with depression who received vitamin D supplements noticed a marked improvement in their symptoms.” – Journal of Internal Medicine

According to the Nutrition Research Journal, as many as 80% of people are deficient in vitamin D. Inadequate exposure to sunshine, poor eating habits, malabsorption, the VDR genetic mutation, and accelerated catabolism due to certain medications, dark skin pigment color, and too much sunscreen can be to blame. 

A doctor can check vitamin D levels with a simple blood test. Many mainstream doctors will suggest that you are within normal limits if your levels are 20-30ng/mL. However, for optimal health, the Endocrine Society and many functional medicine M.D.s and naturopaths will recommend levels of between 40-70 ng/mL for both children and adults. These doctors will also recommend a more aggressive replenishment program. For example, at age five, my son’s level was 24. The pediatrician recommended 500iu daily of supplementation, while our naturopath recommended 5,000iu daily for six months before retesting. Six months later, his levels were almost normal. 

“Through several mechanisms, vitamin D can reduce risk of infections. Those mechanisms include inducing cathelicidins and defensins that can lower viral replication rates and reducing concentrations of pro-inflammatory cytokines that produce the inflammation that injures the lining of the lungs, leading to pneumonia, as well as increasing concentrations of anti-inflammatory cytokines” – PubMed

How to Increase Your Vitamin D Levels

Get enough sun. Vitamin D3, “the sunshine vitamin,” is the only vitamin your body that is made, with the help of the sun. So be sure to get enough sun exposure to help the body make this essential nutrient. Hold off trying to protect ourselves from the rays of the sun at every turn by slathering sunscreen. Allow yourself to play outside, garden, and enjoy the rays in moderation.

If you must use some sunscreen, avoid chemical sunscreens made with toxic chemicals that cause thyroid dysfunction, endocrine disruption, allergies, organ toxicity, reproductive toxicity, skin cancer, development, brain, and metabolism problems. Shop for natural mineral-zinc-based certified products instead. When exposed to scorching climates or in the sun for extended periods, we use sunscreens by Babyganics, Badger, Babo Botanicals, and Goddess Garden products.

Eat a well-balanced diet, with foods higher in vitamin D. Although it is believed that we only get twenty percent from the foods we eat. Some foods higher in D include cod liver oil, fish, oysters, eggs, and mushrooms. 

Get checked for the VDR mutation. A blood test will determine if you have mutations in the vitamin D receptor. The consequence can be lower vitamin D levels and the inability to absorb vitamin calcium and many other minerals properly. According to a 2020 scientific report, supplementation of vitamin D can help improve VDR gene expression, so more supplementation may be necessary if you have this mutation.

“Something so simple. Vitamin D supplementation could improve the health status of millions and so becomes an elegant solution to many of our health problems today.” – Carol L. Wagner, MD – Medical University of South Carolina

Supplementation 101. Supplementation is often critical if you cannot properly metabolize or absorb enough vitamin D or not get enough sunshine. In areas with long winters and specific populations of people with darker skin color, supplementation may be even more critical. There are many supplements on the market. However, many tablet forms are not as bioavailable and harder to absorb. Therefore, it has been recommended that liquid forms are better. In addition, liquid D is often suspended in olive oil, which helps the vitamins to absorb more easily since it is fat soluble. One of my favorite brands is by Seeking Health. It does not contain any impurities or allergy-inducing ingredients. 

Final Thoughts

Boosting the immune system naturally works on your body’s innate wisdom. It supports the body to operate like a well-oiled machine, protects it from unwanted pathogens and disease, and helps ensure a healthy body and mind.

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Are Lockdowns Affecting Children?

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  • The Facts:

    We spoke to activist and mother Stephanie Sibbio about her co-creation of an organization called 100 Million Moms which seeks to empower women to stand up against injustices.

  • Reflect On:

    Are we choosing virus mitigation methods that are short sighted and harmful over the long term? Are they more harmful than the virus itself?

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The potential downsides of lockdowns during pandemics have been explored quite a bit – and the truth is the scientific community is quite divided on whether it’s the right move. On one hand a case can be made for effectiveness of lockdowns, but at quite a cost, while on the other hand many have shown lockdowns to be ineffective in slowing spread. How a study is organized and conducted can also dramatically change results.

Interestingly a study in Nature showed that “less disruptive and costly NPIs can be as effective as more intrusive, drastic, ones (for example, a national lockdown).” This essentially states that governments could choose effective ways to mitigate virus spread effectively without inducing unwanted and long term side effects on society as a whole via lockdowns – regardless, lockdowns are still widely being used.

One question we might have is, what about factors that are not so easy to measure right away? Things like long term psychological damage of being constantly stressed, out of touch with community and friends, and confined to our homes. What affects are children experiencing in their development and learning? We may not know exactly for quite some time.

I felt inspired to speak to a mother who has not only be asking this question with regards to her child, but who has decided to do something to push back against government measures, like lockdowns, that many citizens and scientist don’t agree with.

Along with another activist, Stephanie Sibbio created a movement called 100 Million Moms who, as their Instagram states, are a rights-based movement empowering moms all over the world to stand up against injustice. We advocate for natural health & medical freedom.

I spoke to Stephanie about how she has seen lockdowns affecting children, and her story in co-creating 100 Million Moms. In this discussion you will learn how you can get involved as well.

Further Discussion

A large meta analysis on mask wearing has shown that children are having physiological issues and learning challenges with prolonged mask wearing.

A group of doctors did a panel worth considering that discusses the potential harms of lockdowns and the science that supports the idea.

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