Remember Your Light

Finding your best, believable reality

February 22, 2021 Scott Kesselman Season 1 Episode 3
Remember Your Light
Finding your best, believable reality
Show Notes

In this episode, I have a discussion with a coach and movement specialist friend of mine, Julien Williams. We talk about how exploring spiritual knowledge and models opened us up to new information. We talk about the difference between truth and information and how an openness to all information no matter how real or ridiculous it may appear can be valuable and empowering to us. 

We then do a deeper dive into two specific sets of information we considered because of this perspective - namely the energy/frequency medicine approaches of Colorpuncture or chromotherapy and Rife.

We also look at how when we are looking to create specific positive and empowering outcomes in our reality, we have to craft believable narratives. This builds on the see and be technique I introduced in the last episode. I'll also reveal the results of my gluten consumption experiment. 

We close by considering the knowledge and wisdom that innately exists in children as well as the possibility for what we'll call human super powers and the fun that can be had in considering and developing certain, less acknowledged human abilities.