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35 minutes | Jan 23, 2023
139. AMA: Conscious Communities & Creativity with Brett Kaufman
The expansion of your conscious creation is endless. Join me for a second AMA chat as we delve deeper into my own unique human experience through the submissions of our listeners and members of the Gravity community. The gradual widening concept and greater mission of Gravity as a brand, development progress on Phase 2, and initial reactions to Intel’s move into the city are covered. We get a little personal, too, as I get into my added emphasis on healthy boundaries and prioritizing my most precious resource: time. I also take this rare opportunity to detail what conscious creativity means, to me and to society at large, how I practice it in my personal life and business endeavors, and the roles (good and bad) that I believe technology plays amidst it all – now and in the future. Thanks again for all of your thoughtful questions. We can’t wait to get guests rolling in again as we continue this grand experiment in human connection. To learn more, visit: thegravitypodcast.comResources: Learn more about EOS business operating structure The Color Shaman: Healing Through Creativity with Chor Boogie #131 Gravity II Update: Demolition Begins, OhioHealth Facility Planned Stillness Is Always Waiting: Learning To Pay Attention with Christopher Celeste #133 Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
37 minutes | Jan 16, 2023
138. AMA: Building Routines for Joy & Fulfillment with Brett Kaufman
Rolling into a new year is always a good time to reflect on what was, what is, and what can be. It’s also a good time to stretch and evolve yourself, to get uncomfortable again after unwinding for another holiday season with friends and family. For me, that means getting a little vulnerable here on the podcast with a solo AMA session. We’ve done these in the past, and I’m always so surprised and enthused with the submissions we get. You all have such a way of prompting ideas and new connections, a few of which I discuss in this episode. In this one, I detail my set of newly adopted morning routines, overview my meditation practice, look back at a long-held connection to tennis, share my favorite biohacking and wellness practices – and of course, give props to The Dead. To learn more, visit: thegravitypodcast.comResources: Read: Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones Read: The Language of Letting Go: Daily Meditations on Codependency Read: Journey to the Heart Read: Becoming Built to Lead: 365 Daily Disciplines to Master the Art of Living Read: The Artist's Way: 30th Anniversary Edition Read: Tiny Habits Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
4 minutes | Dec 26, 2022
137. Just Keep Going: A Year-End Message From Brett Kaufman
With the snow finally piling up in Columbus, I thought it appropriate to reflect some of the warmth and expansion I’ve experienced as a direct result of producing this podcast, of working with and knowing so many of you, and of having the great honor of sharing the journey of life. At the end of the day (and of the year) this show is for you and we want you to be a part of it. If you know of anyone with a story to tell that you think would be a good fit for our format, please pass them our way. You can also help out by sharing links with friends and family, posting your favorite episodes or video clips to your own social accounts, and by leaving us a rating and review. It’s been yet another year of great challenge and great growth. Cheers to our collective progress, and to welcoming everything in the year ahead! To learn more, visit: thegravitypodcast.com Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
55 minutes | Dec 19, 2022
136. Understanding Plant Medicine, Addiction & Trauma Recovery with Rex Elsass
Rex Elsass knows that the medicine is out there. Today's guest on the Gravity Podcast is Rex Elsass. Rex and I have recently gotten to know each other through a mutual friend and have a lot of shared passions around mental health and the different modalities out there that can really be helpful to people. From a very young age, Rex had the desire to be a congressman. Through that inspiration, his dream evolved into helping others win elections, which he'd done successfully for decades while building The Strategy Group Co., the largest political advertising agency in America. After strategizing to elect over 100 congressmen and women all over the country, two years ago, Rex made the call to step away from his fast-paced role in politics to focus on community work – namely, The Reid Foundation – named, established, and operated in honor of his son who was tragically lost to addiction. Today, Rex is a fierce proponent of expanding research and research funding for mind-expanding plant medicine practices, music therapy, and other alternative modalities in an effort to bring a new frequency of healing to a world in desperate need of it. To learn more, visit: thegravitypodcast.comResources: The Strategy Group Co: tsgco.com The Reid Foundation: reid.foundation Linkedin: Rex Elsass Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
75 minutes | Dec 12, 2022
135. My Own World: Giving Back Through Conscious Leadership with Matt Scantland
Matt Scantand is a world builder. And he’s today’s guest on the Gravity Podcast. Matt is the Founder and CEO at AndHealth, a digital health company with the mission of helping people reverse chronic disease. Previously, he was Co-Founder and CEO of CoverMyMeds, one of the largest and fastest growing healthcare technology companies in the United States. A dyslexic kid who struggled in school and rebelled against the world, he sits across from me today to explain how the impact of his work is changing healthcare for the better, providing wider access to technology and treatments in an effort to raise the collective human potential. It’s super ambitious, big picture stuff – and even more impressive when looked at next to those humble beginnings. And it’s working. We cover the Quaker religious influence in his upbringing, life as a twin, the power of our mind/body connection, critical gaps in modern healthcare, selling and departing from CoverMyMeds, finding the motivation to start new, and a whole lot more in this one. He's really a very thoughtful, kind, caring, and loving man – and a great friend of mine. We have these kinds of conversations quite often; it’s great to finally get one on the record and share it with the Gravity community today. To learn more, visit: thegravitypodcast.comResources: Website: mattscantland.com AndHealth: andhealth.com Explore: The Cenotes of Mayakoba Instagram: @mscantland Linkedin: Matt Scantland Glassdoor Awards 2021: glassdoor.com/Award/Top-CEOs Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
72 minutes | Dec 5, 2022
134. We Are Family: Keegan Caldwell Is a Man of the People
Family, first. Now and always. This one’s all about family support and overcoming addiction. Growing up as the oldest of five kids, Dr. Keegan Caldwell watched his parents struggle with money. He also picked up on his father’s gift for conversation – leading him to wield the trait for his own professional benefit as a lawyer (and as a doctor). Early in adulthood, and again later on, Keegan found himself struggling with a serious opiate addiction – admitting he lacked the mindset tools to deal with his emotions at the time. After a long and painful recovery journey, he’s now a respected business leader with diverse experience in start-up development and patent law. His latest work aims to close the knowledge gap in intellectual property law and even the playing field for modern-day creators. As a parting gift, we learn that Keegan has developed his own code for living a fulfilling life – loving all people. This drastic shift in perspective is evident in his presence, even on Zoom, as a man of acceptance and growth through it all. Recognized on a first-name basis with local police, serving a healthy stint as a US Marine, homeless at times – his life’s path has been as unexpected as it has been informing. He’s gracious in recounting his many lessons with us today. To learn more, visit: thegravitypodcast.comResources: Linkedin: Keegan Caldwell Website: caldwellip.com Read: Before Starting His Law Firm, He Narrowly Avoided Prison BirdieLight: Fighting the Fentanyl Epidemic with Beth Weinstock #128 Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
100 minutes | Nov 28, 2022
133. Stillness Is Always Waiting: Learning To Pay Attention with Christopher Celeste
Stillness is always waiting for Christopher Celeste. Today, we’re joined by an overdue name on the Gravity guestlist, Christopher Celeste, a very near and dear friend of mine. He holds a special place in my heart, in my life, and in the greater Gravity story – having a major influence on the brand’s name and ethos. We go back to the beginning, talking about his being born in India and how that shaped him from an energetic standpoint, how themes from Jerry MaGuire changed his life forever, and parenting – assessing our upbringings (wearing dad’s suits) and what it means to do our best. We also unpack influential traumas from early on in his life, and those passed on to him generationally. Christopher is honest and thoughtful in his retelling, welcoming us into his experience in exactly the way this podcast was intended to. Talented poet and engaging conversationalist, Christopher’s story demonstrates deeply meaningful personal growth and a grounded mindset that we can all learn from. I’m grateful to have the opportunity to share his energy with the Gravity community today. To learn more, visit: thegravitypodcast.comResources: Book: ‘Leaders Lead Themselves First’ Linkedin: Christopher Celeste Instagram: @christopherceleste Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
47 minutes | Nov 21, 2022
132. Take a Pause: The Process Is Not a Straight Line with Sarah Gormley
Sarah Gormley started an art gallery by accident. Today's guest is the owner and founder of Sarah Gormley Gallery, a contemporary art gallery that operates from the belief that original art can be a source of joy for everyone. She opened the gallery in 2019, 25 years after her grandmother gifted Sarah with her first piece of art. But, as we tend to do on this show, we go a lot further back than that to learn more about who she is today. Knowing it was time to rest and reset amidst the illness and passing of her parents, an opportunity arose to host art. She was invited to come and see the space – and the rest is (art) history. We talk about her life-changing experience with therapy, how she – and the rest of the world – determines whether art is “good” or not, and why Columbus is such an art hot spot. At 40, Sarah couldn’t imagine making it through another half of her life. Success, money, experiences – nothing brought her the grounding that committing to therapy did. She’s a major proponent of the work, as am I. And I hope this one influences you – the listener – if you think you might be in need of it, to seek the help that you so deserve. To learn more, visit: thegravitypodcast.comResources: Website: sarahgormleygallery.com Twitter: @scgormley Instagram: @sarahgormleygallery Facebook: Sarah Gormley Gallery Read: Radical acceptance by Tara Branch Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
70 minutes | Nov 14, 2022
131. The Color Shaman: Healing Through Creativity with Chor Boogie
Chor Boogie speaks in rhythm through splashes of color. A renowned artist in the medium of spray paint, Chor Boogie, aka The Color Shaman, joins the show today for a deep dive into creativity and his own personal journey. Self-taught from the age of five, he always wanted to be an artist. Throughout his life, he’s redefined the term to envelop more healing, more learning, and a deeply communicative approach – spotlighting important issues like: race, class, and gender; neo imperialism; corporate corruption; substance abuse; healthcare and drug policy reform; and the rights of indigenous people. Having just finished the first big art piece on the second phase of Gravity, he’s now part of our community forever – a contribution I am so thankful for. He's an incredible human being and he's a phenomenally talented artist. Enjoy this vibrant conversation with a modern savant. To learn more, visit: thegravitypodcast.com DISCLAIMER: None of the subject matter in this podcast represents mental health advice or should be understood as a medical recommendation to consume psychedelic substances.Resources: Instagram: @gnyangou Twitter: @chorboogie Website: chorboogie.com Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
64 minutes | Nov 7, 2022
130. Meeting the (Extraordinary) Moment with Dr. Amy Acton
The same person she always was, let’s get to know Dr. Amy Acton. Rising to prominence with her off-script, endearing, and authentic press conferences during the height of the COVID pandemic as Director of the Ohio Department of Health, Dr. Amy Acton explains that this new, public, understanding of who she is falls exactly in line with who she’s always been. In today’s episode, we sit down for an honest and eye opening conversation on her childhood, one of severe neglect and poverty, the inspirations that arose from that lived experience, her path to preventative medicine, and yes – we unpack those incredibly challenging years and the impossible decision making processes involved in them. We wrap up with Amy’s latest project, the Rapid Five vision, an innovative and equitable plan to reinvigorate our region with culture and connectedness, and what it would mean for Ohio going forward. You won’t want to miss this truly special episode of Gravity. In it, it’s easy to hear the measured and empathic person who comforted so many millions of Ohioans during a period when seemingly everything around us balanced on a pin. We can’t thank Amy enough for all she’s done for our community – now, then, and in the future. To learn more, visit: thegravitypodcast.comResources: Rapid 5: rapid5.org Instagram: @rapid5org Facebook: The Rapid 5 New York Times: The Leader We All Wish We Had New York Times: What Makes a Great Leader? BirdieLight: Fighting the Fentanyl Epidemic with Beth Weinstock #128 Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
57 minutes | Oct 31, 2022
129. Following a Path of Purpose with Pelotonia’s Joe Apgar
His parents used to call him Honest Abe. As a really grounded and thoughtful young kid, Joe Apgar played sports, collected baseball cards, and looked up to his grandfather, a man whose steadfast virtuousness lives on in family legend – as told by Joe. He describes his childhood as idyllic and loving, all supported by a strong sense of community in his smalltown home. But, as we know well, trauma escapes no one. And how we let these experiences shape us is what matters most at the end of the day. Joe tells of his sister's kidney cancer diagnosis at the young age of five, a memory that stays burnt into his brain to this day as he recalls a stark conversation on life and death with father. Surviving to become a nurse herself, this experience was the first of a few that lead Joe to where he is today, President of Pelotonia, one of the world’s most recognizable and revered cancer charity brands. We also go deep on Joe’s own bout with testicular cancer, and how overcoming the disease isn’t exactly a prerequisite to fundraising for cancer research – but it sure does help his understanding and ability to communicate the dire perspective shared by so many patients around the world. To learn more, visit: thegravitypodcast.comResources: Pelotonia: pelotonia.org Linkedin: Joe Apgar Instagram: @joe.apgar Episode 20: How a Three-Time Cancer Survivor Dedicates His Life to the Future, with Doug Ulman Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
57 minutes | Oct 24, 2022
128. BirdieLight: Fighting the Fentanyl Epidemic with Beth Weinstock
The numbers are astounding and the stories are heartbreaking. Fentanyl-associated incidents are the number one cause of death for people aged eighteen to forty-five in America – more than car accidents, more than illness, more than anything – and today’s guest, Beth Weinstock is bravely doing something about it. We first talk about her early career as a doctor, owning and growing her own practice for seventeen years, and how her story came full circle – back to creativity and disruption after a childhood interest in creative writing was passed over for med school. Founding her own non-profit, BirdieLight, with her daughter after the tragic passing of her son, Eli, to fentanyl ingestion in 2020, she’s now committed to distributing the critical education and overdose response materials that young people need to avoid the same fate. BirdieLight is an online information resource and traveling workshop that visits schools, clubs, and any other organized gathering of today’s youth to tell Eli’s story; to inform kids, their parents, and their teachers about the wide prevalence of fentanyl in other recreational street drugs; and to distribute life saving narcan doses and fentanyl test strips. Her courage is to be commended, in telling her full story on the podcast, and in taking action to lessen the impact of this deadly trend in our society. It’s not the 70s anymore, that much is for sure. And it’s why her work is so important. To learn more, visit: thegravitypodcast.comResources: Website: birdielight.org Instagram: @birdie.light Facebook: BirdieLight Twitter: @birdielight2021 Linkedin: Beth Weinstock M.D. Twitter: @bethweinstock Read: Beth’s guest column at cleveland.com Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
55 minutes | Oct 17, 2022
127. Hope is the Key: Turning Broken into Beautiful with John Marsh
John Marsh has a story to tell. Many of them, in fact. He joins Gravity today for an all-time episode, packed with rich, descriptive storytelling, traumas and successes, heartbreak, redemption – even conscious development – and it all comes back to love. John’s seen and done some things in his time on earth, and is incredibly gracious in this honest retelling of his life and learned lessons. We start by reliving his rebellious teen years, where John’s experiences, while unconscious, made a deep impact on the rest of his life. Next, we learn about his challenges with addiction, a cracked marriage that he and his wife have since healed, and the mentorship they now provide to couples in need of the same kind of reconciliation. Please note, the subject of suicide is discussed in this episode as well, as John reveals the dark moments that preceded the light of his current experience. We wrap on his incredible passion project, a thoughtful take on modern development, redevelopment, and preservation as a combined means to build inclusive communities. John and his team have created what they call irreplaceable real estate by pioneering historic downtowns as a new asset class in the market. It’s really fascinating stuff. It’s easy to see where his values align with those of this show, this movement, and my own personal ethos – we’re so glad he shared this time with us today. Resources: Linkedin: John Marsh Podcast: Redemptification with John Marsh Marsh Collective: marshcollective.com Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
61 minutes | Oct 10, 2022
126. The Roots of Endurance: Chet Scott Takes the Reins
The Gravity Podcast is back with a new twist on a recurring favorite guest of mine, Chet Scott. I invited Chet to bring his own topic, or topics, to the interview table today – and he offered the interesting and expansive theme of: Endurance. Delving deeper than any other episode in the past year or so, Chet prompts me to unpack my own past – the decisions, inspirations, and risks that brought me to today. The back-and-forth nature of our conversation paints a picture of the roots of endurance that we all grow in life, of the deep learning and hard work which cannot be skipped in our stories – but in fact, write them. I’m not alone in my truth telling in this one, as I also challenge Chet on some of his own self-work, both that he’s overcome and the hurdles he faces today. He lands on a profound declaration that no one can do it alone, that endurance is impossible without community – highlighting a growing fissure in this standard with respect to today’s increasingly isolated society. Chet also teaches us, among so many more bits of wisdom, how not to lose heart or hope through trials and tribulations, that endurance is not a synonym for longevity, and that peace is found on the other side of acute pain. Many thanks to Chet for joining me in the Gravity studio for this, the latest edition in our ongoing series of intimate chats. With each conversation, we’re expanding the space to explore. Thanks for tuning into that growth process, as we’ve enjoyed it so much. Keep an eye out for the next one, coming soon to a podcast platform near you. Resources: Rediscover Who You Are - Brett Kaufman at the Chamber of Commerce Gravity is produced by Crate Media.
64 minutes | Aug 22, 2022
Gravity Replay: Amy Landino, AmyTV
Amy Landino shares how she learned to live with intention and developed her morning habits, how that connects to her past, and how she uses her experiences as fuel to form connections and build her audience. To learn more about intentional living, and for the complete show notes, visit: gravityproject.com Resources: Learn more at amylandino.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/schmittastic Watch: AmyTV Read: Good Morning, Good Life Read: Vlog Like a Boss: How to Kill it Online with Video Blogging Gravity is a production of Crate Media
57 minutes | Aug 15, 2022
Gravity Replay: Bob Roth, Transcendental Meditation
Bob Roth is one of the most experienced and sought after meditation teachers in the US. For nearly 50 years, Bob has taught transcendental meditation to many, many thousands of people. He’s the author of the New York Times bestseller “Strength in Stillness: The Power of Transcendental Meditation” and the CEO of the David Lynch Foundation, a global non-profit which has taught meditation to more than one million at risk adults and youth in 35 countries. When he saw Robert Kennedy speak at the Civic Auditorium he saw a path to creating a better world — and four days later, Kennedy was assassinated. Bob went to college from that point with a desire to become a Senator and change the world. He originally believed the way to change the world would be through legislation, but it wasn’t until he was exposed to the idea of transcendental meditation that he saw a true path to healing and change. What Brett asks: [01:31] Can you tell us about your early childhood and journey? [04:26] Can you elaborate on what it was like to grow up in the Bay Area? [09:15] What was it like being at Berkeley in the 60’s? [14:15] Can you talk about how meditation came into your life? [24:21] How do you make sense of how these things show up in our life? [33:36] How was working with people of high influence been important to you? [36:49] What are you doing with your foundation in tackling trauma? [46:26] Can you talk about what you are seeing going on in the world? To learn more about intentional living, and for the complete show notes, visit: gravityproject.com Resources: Learn more: stillnessbook.com davidlynchfoundation.org Instagram: instagram.com/davidlynchfoundation Twitter: twitter.com/meditationbob Gravity is a production of Crate Media
78 minutes | Aug 8, 2022
Gravity Replay: Josh Trent, Wellness Force Radio
Josh Trent, founder of Wellness Force Media and host of Wellness Force Radio, has gone through a lot in his life — like every one of us — but he’s also done the work to acknowledge his trauma and make it work for him, which is a step that we can all benefit from but not a lot of us are willing to or know how to take. Luckily, Josh has a knack for breaking this stuff down and making the choice to change feel accessible. It isn’t easy. It will require you to live more intentionally and consciously every day, for the rest of your life. But the rewards are incomparable. What Brett asks: [2:30] What’s your origin story? [6:25] What did you learn from past-life regression and how did you go about doing it? [16:00] How did your father’s generational trauma show up in your childhood? Your mother’s? [24:00] How did your generational trauma start manifesting as a teenager? [29:40] What pulled you into observer mode so that you could see the unconscious way you were living? [37:25] How did you move into the work you’re doing now? [45:00] What is Rythmia and how did it affect you? [52:20] How are you using all of the experiences that led up to now, good and bad? [1:02:40] Tell us about BTFA (Belief, Thought, Feeling, Action). To learn more about intentional living, and for the complete show notes, visit: gravityproject.com Resources: Learn more at WellnessForce.com Listen: Wellness Force Radio Instagram: hinstagram.com/wellnessforce Facebook: facebook.com/WellnessF Get your FREE M21 Wellness Guide, with six science-based morning practices guaranteed to give you more energy to let go of old weight plus a seven-day guided breathwork challenge at wellnessforce.com/m21 B.R.E.A.T.H.E - 21-Day Guided Stress Reduction Breathwork & Wellness Life Design Program Read: It Didn't Start with You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle by Mark Wolynn Gravity is a production of Crate Media
53 minutes | Aug 1, 2022
Gravity Replay: Katy Smith, The Columbus Dispatch
Content warning: this episode features graphic descriptions of violence and domestic abuse. Katy Smith is Business Editor at The Columbus Dispatch and Editor of Columbus CEO magazine. She has been a journalist for more than 20 years, most of those covering business in Columbus. She grew up in Bexley and now lives in Clintonville in a duplex with her husband Nick, her rescue cat Dexter, and her brother Joe, who she cares for. So, Katy has been sharing other people’s stories for about 20 years now — and, today, she is generous enough to share her own story publicly for the first time What Brett asks: [10:12] Can you talk a little bit more about what happened for you and how you managed to navigate domestic violence? [14:30] Let’s back up and talk about your early childhood. [21:30] It must have been very difficult, whether you knew it at the time, going through that family dynamic as a young girl. [26:20] Tell me a little bit more about your brother and how that experience shaped your life. [34:23] I think what you've shared so far is really important for others to hear, and maybe important for you to acknowledge and create real space for. [38:33] This kind of sharing is very cathartic, not just for you but for the people who hear it. To learn more about intentional living, and for the complete show notes, visit: gravityproject.com Resources: CHOICES for Victims of Domestic Violence The Columbus Dispatch Columbus CEO Magazine Tim Ferriss podcast about Parts Work: “Richard Schwartz — IFS, Psychedelic Experiences without Drugs, and Finding Inner Peace for Our Many Parts (#492)” Gravity is a production of Crate Media.
57 minutes | Jul 25, 2022
Gravity Replay: David Meltzer, Sports 1 Marketing
David Meltzer is the co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing and the former CEO of the Leigh Steinberg Sports & Entertainment agency, which served as the inspiration for the movie “Jerry Maguire.” His life’s mission is to empower over one billion people to be happy, a simple-yet-powerful mission that has led him on an incredible journey to provide one thing: Value. What Brett asks: [01:37] Can you tell us about what jumps out from your childhood? [09:32] How did your relationship with your environment, your mother, and your siblings affect your life? [12:40] What was the impetus to start going to law school? [16:53] What gave you the courage and clarity to take a different path from the obvious one? [21:33] Are there some drawbacks from being risk-averse or should you be mitigating risk? [25:59] Can you talk to me about the stage in your life where you get involved with sports and internet marketing? [46:37] What is it like returning to success and how are you fulfilling your mission to empower a billion people happy? To learn more about intentional living, and for the complete show notes, visit: gravityproject.com Resources: dmeltzer.com sports1marketing.com linkedin.com/in/davidmeltzer2 Gravity is a production of Crate Media
91 minutes | Jul 18, 2022
Gravity Replay: Jim Grote, Donato's Pizza
Learn the story of how pizza changed Jim Grote’s life — and, as a result, thousands of lives around the world — and how Jim is now helping others create businesses based in unconditional love. Jim is the founder of Donatos Pizza and the founder of the EDGE Innovation Hub. What Brett asks: [3:15] How did Jim’s life journey lead to his work with Donatos and the community? [13:20] When Jim was, as a teenager, given the offer to buy the pizza place he worked at, was he thinking about how it would affect his future? [23:20] How do you, in hindsight, reconcile the missed opportunities and times you were slighted? [25:45] Where did Jim’s inherent sense of principle, his deep-rooted core strength, come from? [31:00] What was the trajectory of Donatos Pizza? How did it come into McDonald’s radar? [38:00] How does a family impact the way you run a business? [45:35] Tell us about inventing the Pep-A-Matic, a patented machine designed to slice and apply pepperoni directly to pizza, and your thoughts on manifestation. [50:55] What is Jim’s process for manifestation? [58:45] What metaphysical and spiritual practices have shaped Jim’s personal practice over the years? [1:02:00] Let’s talk about unconditional love, Agape Capitalism, and plant medicine. [1:06:35] What’s Jim’s experience with plant medicine? [1:18:45] What is Jim doing now as a result of that experience? To learn more about intentional living, and for the complete show notes, visit: gravityproject.com Gravity is a production of Crate Media
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