Pat Jones co-hosts this week's podcast with Jon Moises while Chris Forte is in China. Pat shares her story of having mysterious autoimmune symptoms and finding happiness. We talk about (7:33) Pat is diagnosed with MS, (9:03) 9/11 feelings of despair, grey dust and neurological issues, (11:40) Treating her symptoms, (12:30) Pressing the reset button, (16:09) Leaving corporate America, (19:52) Soul’s desire, (23:27) The struggle of money, (25:23) Hearing God at housing court, (36:42) Paying double rent & filing for bankruptcy, (38:52) Declining mobility, (40:22) Focusing on what’s important when your life changes, (43:08) Following your calling, (46:13) Coming home, (47:50) Surrendering control, (49:09) What you actually need vs what you think you need, (55:47) Personal happiness and guilt, (1:00:32) Expectations, (1:04:16) Guiltless joy, acceptance and permission, (1:08:00) Money, freedom, independence and happiness, (1:12:34) Faith
While Chris is on a 2-week trip to China, Jon takes over the Humble Warrior Podcast. This week, Jon's wife Erika is a guest host and they discuss Erika's spiritual fitness practice through yoga & martial arts. They talk about how her practice has helped her in her personal and work life including working with people, internal confidence and empowerment. (2:45) Beginnings of Erika's spiritual fitness practice, (7:15) Vinyasa yoga quieting your mind, (10:50) Martial arts helps you work with people, (14:00) Feeling empowered by knowing self-defense, (16:05) How practicing both yoga and martial helps me deal with internal and external stress in life, (18:10) Jon considers taking his first yoga class, (22:28) Spiritual practice helps work life on the road, (26:13) How life changed by quitting smoking.
This week we interview Lisa Hickey, the CEO and co-founder of GoodMenProject.com, a website aimed at providing a glimpse of what enlightened masculinity might look like in the 21st century. Here's what we cover this week: (1:10) Chris talks about the emotional stress of moving into a new house, (11:40) Jon’s talks about having a soul discovery session, (13:50) Chris shares some info about his channeling session, (20:01) we discuss the steps you should take before making an appointment with a spiritual practitioner, (31:14) we interview with Lisa Hickey, CEO of GoodMenProject.com.
This week we talk to Detroit native Jason Wrobel. Jason is a world-renowned leader in organic raw vegan cuisine, culinary education and epicurean entertainment. He also is the host of The Cooking Channel's How to Live to 100.
We talk about Jason's journey from growing up on the west side of Detroit to traveling to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. He shares a personal story about how his grandfather's bout with cancer led him to a Vegan and spiritual lifestyle. Jason explains how he combined his passion for cooking and performing into a career.
Check out Jason's new book Eaternity, available April 5, 2016.
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This week we interview Glenn Barker, Executive Director of The Mankind Project/Chicago. We talk about how The Mankind Project provides a community for men to explore their vulnerabilities. Glenn shares some details about the benefits of The New Warrior Adventure Training.
On this week's pod, we interview Camille Leon, the founder of the Holistic Chamber of Commerce. Camille shares how she discovered holistic treatments when she was suffering from a personal health problem. She tells us why she created the chamber and we even touch upon the importance of balancing mind body spirit with business budget planet.
This week we interview yoga master Jonny Kest. Jonny has studied yoga and meditation for over 25 years. He's also the founder of Michigan's Center for Yoga and the National Director of yoga for Lifetime Fitness. We talk to Jonny about the power of yoga and how it can open your spiritual life.
This week, Chris & Jon discuss ways on how to identify your true passions. They explore ways to make a living while still following your dreams. Finally, the talk about the freedom you can find by identifying what your truly love in life.
Sometimes you experience the most growth from the things that you've regretted doing in the past. This week we talk about how to let go of past actions that you wish could change. Jon shares one of his biggest regrets with his grandfather.
Every year, most of us make a New Year's Resolution to lose weight and get fit. There's an easier way to get it done. Part 2 of our series to start 2016 focuses around how to incorporate a spiritual practice to daily exercise.
We kick off the new year talking about simplifying a question that many people start to ask themselves as they go down the spiritual path, "what's my purpose in life"? This is part 1 of a two part series to help you start 2016 with Spiritual Fitness!
When one chapter closes another one begins. On this week's episode we talk about how the inspiration for the show started one year ago today on Christmas. Chris talks about how he developed a relationship with JC and how his spiritual fitness toolbox has helped him through difficult times in his life.
This week Chris and Jon talk about ways to deal with news from tragedies like the San Bernardino and Paris attacks. Chris provides a way to take positive action when confronted with situations where you feel helpless. Chris and Jon also share their personal experiences with 9/11.
Chris recently attended a Speak, Write, Promote Workshop put on by Hay House. During the workshop, Chris had the opportunity to give a 5 minute speech to the attendees. His talk brought him back to a day where he was alone for the first time in years. This week's podcast recaps his speech and uncovers some new lessons in recognizing male and female energies in every day actions.
Once ayear, Chris finds a workshop or retreat to deepen his spiritualpractice. On this episode, Chris talksabout his weekend at the New Warrior Training Adventure, an event sponsored byThe Mankind Project. We talk about thelayers of protection that we put on as time goes by and how to find ways toshed those layers.