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The Deep Dive with Adam Roa
10 minutes | 2 days ago
Freestyle Spoken Word Poetry: Hey Spirit, Are You There?
“I hope you are there I hope that you care All the books tell me you do But sometimes I feel like that’s not true I feel like I’m alone I feel like I’m picking up that cosmic phone And no one is there” In this episode of the Deep Dive podcast, for the first time ever, I share a piece of freestyle spoken word poetry. When recording, I dropped into a creative space and allowed the words to free flow out. What emerged was a poetic spiritual prayer. I would love to know your thoughts on this spoken word poetry. Take a screenshot of this episode, post it up in your Instagram stories and share what lines stood out to you the most, and be sure to give me a tag! Want more spoken word poetry from me? Check out my most popular poems here.
24 minutes | 4 days ago
2 Common Relationship Myths Debunked
If you experience conflict with your partner, it means something is wrong, right? But did you know for every five positive interactions, you need to have one negative interaction? This has been shown to be a minimum requirement for a successful, happy relationship. And when you have conflict, do you believe you need to fix the problem? But did you know 69% of problems don’t actually get resolved? In long-term relationships, these problems go unsolved because they are based on the differences in who they are as a person. Believing there shouldn’t be any conflict in your relationship, and if there is conflict you need to solve it, are two of the most common relationship myths. And in this Deep Dive Musing, I debunk them both, as well as provide you with a clear understanding as to why they are myths and how to actually navigate through the two to ensure your relationship thrives. P.S. Check out my latest single, CHASE ME, now available on Spotify! Download here.
14 minutes | 9 days ago
The 5D Journey of Artistic Transformation
I believe art is a technology. And when we create art, it becomes a catalyst for our own evolution and growth. The process of creating forces us to face off with so much of ourselves, from our fears, our doubts, and our limitations. But this face-off presents us with two choices: Do we work through what we’re facing or do we allow it to stop us? In this Deep Dive Musing, I've broken down the artistic process into the five D's you must venture through in order to not only emerge with art but also emerge as a higher more expanded version of who we're here to be. Ultimately, I describe how sticking to the process can become a personal development time capsule and how this process has gown through me when creating my latest single, Chase Me. Before tuning in, I highly recommend checking out my song, Chase Me, first to give you more context as to what I’m discussing in this Deep Dive musing. Tune in now, here.
59 minutes | 11 days ago
Aaron Alexander: Deepening Your Connection in Sex, to Your Purpose and with Yourself
We all are climbing the mountain we think that will make us the happiest. But how do ensure we don’t get to the top of our “summit” and realize we aren’t fulfilled? How do we ensure we are living a life that is so deeply connected to ourselves, those around us, and our real purpose that we actually enjoy the journey along the way? How do we ensure once we get to the top, we feel actually feel the sense of fulfillment we have been working for? Most of us don’t realize how disconnected we are from everything around us, including ourselves. We either live subconsciously or live purposefully in avoidance of what is. So how do we release the avoidance and live more consciously? In this episode of the Deep Dive, I’m joined by mind and body alignment expert, Aaron Alexander, who discusses how to dive into your physical body to create a deeper connection with yourself and others. Plus, he shares tangle tips on how to experience a deeper connection in your sex life and how to become more connected with your real purpose. Aaron is a manual therapist, movement coach, and author, as well as the host of the Align Podcast, ranked #1 in Nutrition on Apple Podcasts. He is a believer that the way we move in our body is the way we move through our life. Which means, we must align our mind, body, and movement in order to optimize our life. What we discuss: 4:00 - Deep Dive questions 4:45 - 3 Top ways to amplify your sex life 12:02 - The power dance 17:30 - Living in a compartmentalized culture 20:00 - Connecting deeper with your body 25:00 - Finding real trust in your body 47:00 - Creating a road map for what you want with your life 52:00 - Why you need to live a life you actually enjoy Find more from Aaron: Website: www.alignpodcast.com Instagram: @alignpodcast Download my latest song, Chase Me, here.
23 minutes | 16 days ago
Determining Your Attachment Style and How to Shift It
There is this idea that attachment is bad and we should let all our attachment go. But in reality, attachment is extremely important. We are designed to get attached to things for our own survival. And by learning our attachment style, we also learn so much about ourselves, how we operate and what our needs are. So what’s your attachment style? In this Musing of The Deep Dive with me, Adam Roa, I unravel attachment, specifically attachment theory. It’s a very complex theory, although I bring you a simplified version to ensure you build a basic understanding of your own style of attachment. Plus, I explain ways you can spot attachment styles in others, as well as how you can actively shift your own attachment style (yes, you can change it!). This episode is inspired by my single, GO, because after writing it, I realize much of my attachment was woven within it. Baby will you come back home, I’m dying. Every time you call my name, I’m there. Baby will you come back home, I’m trying. But, you go. Be sure to check out GO here. What you’ll learn: The four different attachment styles How to determine your personal attachment style Why attachment isn’t bad How to actively shift your attachment style How to use your attachment to get your needs met Learn your attachment style: Check out this free attachment style quiz here. Learn more about attachment styles: I highly recommend checking out the book, Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find - and Keep - Love. Download my latest single, Chase Me, here.
79 minutes | 18 days ago
Oren Harris: Exploring the Idea of a Soulmate
What is a soulmate? How do you know if someone is your soulmate? What are the characteristics of a soulmate? Is believing in a soulmate even healthy? In this episode, instead of giving you an answer, we explored these questions. Plus, we explore how to differentiate between romantic relationships and friendships, how to know if a relationship is meant to be long-term or not, and how to slow down the pace of your relationships. Oren is a transformational coach, spiritual teacher, and pioneer on the leading edge of human consciousness. His primary mission in life is creating Heaven on Earth, a place where people wake up to their true selves and live a limitless life of contribution and fulfillment. What We Discuss: [00:05:15] Why Oren thinks love is the most powerful energetic force in the universe [00:08:20] What is a soul mate? [00:16:17] What are the unique qualities of a soul mate? [00:19:55] How do you know a relationship is intended for the long-term? [00:23:31] Discovering parts of ourselves in relationships [00:35:16] Slowing down the pace of relationships [00:46:15] What differentiates between romantic relationships and friendships? [00:51:44] Harmony in love unions [00:54:26] What makes an individual see more possibilities in the system [01:03:55] What is devotion and how to cultivate it [01:09:44] Is it healthy to have a deep level of devotion to a partner? Find more from Oren: Instagram: @orenharris Website: orenharris.com
56 minutes | 24 days ago
A Breakdown of Attachment Theory with Dr. Cat Meyer
Do you know your attachment style? And more importantly, do you know how your attachment is affecting your relationships? In this episode of the Deep Dive with Adam Roa, my guest Dr. Cat Meyer and I dive into Attachment Theory and how attachment impacts relationships. Dr. Cat breaks down the four types of attachment, how each style is unique for every person, and strategies for altering our attachment to ensure our relationship remains healthy. Dr. Cat Meyer is a licensed sex and relationship therapist, yoga instructor, and international speaker dedicated to evolving the relationship we have surrounding sexuality and our bodies. She is the host of podcasts Eat Play Sex and Erotically Wasted, and the founder of SexLoveYoga.com, an online platform for education and programs on relationships, sexuality, and embodiment. The number one thing that people can do to improve their relationships: 05:52 The best practices to cultivate our relationship with our body: 7:36 How the brain slows down the process of self-regulation - 10:18 What is contemplation?: 13:40 Issues Dr Meyer encounters most frequently with her patients: 16:25 What is the attachment theory?:00:19:55 The uniqueness of each individual's attachment: 22:18 Common categories of the attachment theory: 23:25 Strategies for altering your attachment style: 36:35 Our brain and trauma: 41:06 What is EMDR and it works: 42:08 Is there a point where attachment is no longer affecting our lives and relationships?: 45:30 Find more from Dr. Cat: Instagram: @sexloveyoga Website: http://sexloveyoga.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1499038381 Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1499038381 Podcast: http://eatplaysex.com
17 minutes | a month ago
Is Your Attachment Taking Up Your Energetic Bandwidth?
Let’s chat about attachment and the effect it has on our energetic bandwidth. There is a level of romanticism around being so in love with someone that you will hold on through thick or thin, no matter what. It’s a beautiful Hollywood narrative, however it creates unrealistic expectations for what we are supposed to do when we are in love with someone. To be honest with you, I used to think holding on no matter what was the healthy thing to do in a relationship. Now, I’ve learned that holding on to something that once was, prevented me from receiving what I was trying to call into my life. My attachment was taking up my energetic bandwidth and there was no space left for what I actually wanted. In this Musing of The Deep Dive with me, Adam Roa, I explain why being attached to what was, instead of what is, takes up our energetic bandwidth and what we can actively do to ensure we are creating space for new people and opportunities to enter into our life. Because, if we have the desire for something new to enter, we must create the space for it. What you’ll learn: How your energetic bandwidth works What is stealing your energy and taking up your energetic bandwidth? The effect attachment has on what is/isn’t entering into your life Why you need to create space before you can have more How to empty your energetic bandwidth and create more space How you are preventing yourself from experiencing new opportunities Join the CREATE community! Sign up here.
13 minutes | a month ago
A Simple Practice for Overcoming Fear
We idolize the idea of being fearless. There is this idea that fear is bad and we should do everything we can to avoid it. But the funny thing is, it’s unavoidable because fear is the other side of the coin to love. It’s always there – it’s apart of us. Fear is the virus and it’s already inside us, but it lies dormant as long as we keep letting love guide us. And in each moment, we have the option to live from fear or to live from love. In this episode of the Deep Dive with me, Adam Roa, I unpack a line of poetry on fear, share my thoughts on living out of fear, and give you an actionable practice for overcoming your fear and leading your life from love. You’ll leave this episode feeling empowered to navigate through your fear to keep letting love guide you. What You’ll Learn: Why fear is always present How to let love, not fear, guide you A simple practice for overcoming your fear Be sure to follow the Deep Dive on Instagram, @thedeepdive: https://www.instagram.com/thedeepdive/
62 minutes | a month ago
Henry Ammar: How to Listen and Engage with Opposing Views
Why are we so afraid to have different views and opinions than each other? And why do we feel like we need to attack one another for our different perspectives? We are all so different, so of course, we are going to view the world differently. With that in mind, why can’t we just have some real conversations to discuss and understand these differences without the need to attack another or defend ourselves? And to dive deeper, how do we hold space for everyone’s beliefs, opinions, viewpoints, and prospectives, and not just our own? How do we fully express ourselves in the world and while simultaneously being aware of how it will make others feel? And where is the line between owning our truth and censoring ourselves for the sake of others? In this of the Deep Dive with me, Adam Roa, guest Henry Ammar and I dive deep into answering these questions. After listening, I have full faith you will have a better understanding of how to listen and engage with opposing views in a constructive way. Henry is an International Life Speaker, musician, and Entrepreneur who hosts the podcast, “Making It Happen with Henry Ammar.” The podcast hit #1 in the Training Category and #6 in the Education Category on the Apple Podcast Charts. Henry is passionate about leveraging his successes in music, leadership, and coaching to bring pop culture and practical empowerment together to free the world from fear and limiting beliefs and inspire confidence. What we discuss: 7:00 - Amar’s perspective on creating art for “free” 11:00 - Wanting to be alone while feeling lonely 12:30 - The input-output perspective on creativity 14:00 - Using your strengths destructively or constructively 18:30 - Weighing other people’s input when creating art 22:00 - Defining the line between owning your truth and considering other’s feelings 24:00 - Why are we so afraid of others who have different opinions? 26:00 - Having difficult conversations coming from a place of compassion 30:00 - Discussing differences while maintaining a higher frequency 32:00 - What is actually right and wrong? 34:00 - Why uncertainty and openness allows for more compassion 34:30 - Drake quote! 36:00 - Understanding why people feel they need to defend their opinions 38:45 - Accepting what you can’t change 43:00 - Why being authentic attracts “your people” 49:00 - Why you need to take a step back and define what you really want to do with your life 52:00 - Reinforcing the person you want to be vs. the person you have been 57:00 - Removing everything that isn’t truly who you are Find more from Amar: Website: https://henryammar.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/henryammar/ Podcast: https://henryammar.com/podcast/ Check out my new single, GO.
17 minutes | a month ago
Exploring The Masculine Heart (Are Men Capable of Love?!)
Is it okay for me to go up to a woman I find attractive and tell her she is beautiful? The funny thing is, if she finds me attractive, it’s flattering, but if she doesn’t, it’s sexual harassment. And why in movies is it romantic when a guy continues to chase after the girl because he believes they are “meant” to be together, but in real life, women think it’s “creepy”? And why are there all these misconceptions when it comes to the masculine heart, like it is unsafe to be the object of a man’s sexual desire, a man’s sexual desire causes pain, men don’t cry and don’t have feeling, and men aren’t capable of love? Men are confused. And to be honest, I have been confused! What should we do? In this episode of the Deep Dive with me, Adam Roa, I dive into the topic of the masculine heart–our sexuality and sensitivity. Let’s break down the misconceptions around the masculine heart, understand the masculine perspective on love, and learn to differentiate between honest and harmful intentions. For a daily dose of the Deep Dive podcast, follow @thedeepdive on Instagram! And be sure to check out my latest poem, Pandemic.
70 minutes | a month ago
Julia Price: How to Heal and Grow from Childhood Wounds
Are you carrying the wounds of your parents? As children, many of our parents dumped their wounds, baggage, fears, and insecurities onto us, and many of us believe we need to continue to carry this baggage for the rest of our lives. It has turned into an outlined curriculum or pattern that we continue to follow, yet we place blame, hold grudges, and never take responsibility. Their baggage may have been passed onto us, but is our responsibility to work through it and turn it into our greatest gifts. But in order to do so, we need to first understand the baggage we are carrying, look at it through the eyes of compassion, and release the blame we are holding onto. So how do we end this loop of ancestral karmic wounding and finally take ownership of how our lives unfold? We need to find enough compassion within ourselves to forgive our parents. And in this episode of the Deep Dive, I chat with singer/songwriter Julie Price on her experience working through the wounds she carried from her parents, how she was able to understand the "why" hidden within the wounds, and how she set herself free through forgiveness. Julia is a Good Morning America featured songwriter who was featured in the NY Times as a “booming creative.” She built a personal online presence and community with over 470,000 followers across multiple platforms, including Vine. With a unique skill-set that expands beyond music, she also tours as an international speaker, hosts corporate heart-centered workshops, and consults high-level executives with an emphasis on female-founders, while also specializing in community building, managing campaigns, producing events and panels for start-ups to Fortune 500 Companies. Julia continues to create content for her own brand as well, as a published writer, influencer, and songwriter. Her purpose is to help others find and stand in their authentic voice in every situation they encounter. What we discuss: [00:07:08] Julia's unhealthy past romantic relationship dynamics [00:08:18] How Julia’s unhealthy relationships stemmed from her father [00:09:37] How Julia began her healing process [00:11:32] How do you forgive someone who never apologized? [00:13:51] The impact of having been taught to shut down emotions [00:15:52] What is the alternative to forgiveness? [00:17:29] Different forgiveness dynamics: Romantic vs. Parental [00:18:03] Julia's process of forgiving her father [00:20:18] How psychedelics helped Julia enter into a place of compassion [00:21:23] Honoring boundaries in every relationship [00:22:31] Do we ever fully heal or will we always carry our wounds? [00:23:50] Ending the loop and becoming medicine for our parents though forgiveness [00:26:36] How our wounds determine how we move through life [00:29:26] Julia’s healing patterns through awareness, effort and attention [00:32:33] Holding on to blame vs. taking responsibility [00:33:30] The shift that happens when you take responsibility [00:34:34] How accepting Julia's father created true change in their relationship [00:38:50] Adam's process of forgiving his abuser in his Ayahuasca ceremony [00:42:42] Why you need to understand to forgive [00:45:11] Using your 'negative' emotions as a tool [00:48:33] The reason Adam openly shares his story [00:55:36] The importance of listening to opposing views [00:58:02] Julia’s best advice for songwriting Find more from Julia: Instagram: @juliapricemusic Website: www.juliapricemusic.com Join my Write From Your Heart 4-Week workshop co-hosted with Lindsey Ell! Learn more and sign up here.
14 minutes | a month ago
Why I Don't Believe in Destiny
Do you believe everything happens for a reason? Or do you believe everything happens because of the choices you’ve made? I bring this thought up in my latest single, Voices, where I say, “Am I choosing this or is this simply destiny?” What do you believe? To me, destiny implies that no matter what, you are destined to arrive at a certain point in reality–that you have no control over what happens. But, who determines what's meant to be? And what does that even mean? In this episode of the Deep Dive with me, Adam Roa, I discuss why I believe we need to get rid of the idea of destiny, fate, and “meant to be”, and instead take ownership of our reality. Ultimately, if you don’t believe you create your own reality, then there are aspects of yourself that will never be able to change. And if you do take ownership of your reality, every possibility opens up to you. You can shift anything. So, which do you choose? P.S. Be sure to check out the CREATE community here.
60 minutes | 2 months ago
Nicole Gibson: How to Let Go of Judgement and Show Up as Love
You hold the ability to identify something you dislike in someone else because that same thing exists within you. And in this episode of the Deep Dive with me, Adam Roa, I chat with the unbelievable Nicole Gibson on how we can come to the realization and fully embrace the idea that what we see in others is what we also see in ourselves. Nicole and I dive deep into the divinity and connectedness we have to everything and everyone at all times. With each person and each of their actions, how can we find love and compassion? How can we let go of our judgment and see from a place of understanding? How can we relate to those who we believe have done wrong? How do we have compassion while still holding boundaries in a loving way? How do we remain connected while still claiming our individuality? Nicole Gibson is a fierce ambassador for mental health, motivation speaker, multi-award winning social entrepreneur, CEO, and founder of The Rogue & Rouge Foundation, CEO of Startup Apprentice, and the former Australian Commissioner for Mental Health. Although she prefers to see herself as an unstoppable messenger of love and human potential, and truly believes there’s only one way to change the world: to transform yourself by connecting to the deep part within you that realizes your greatest potential. I’m honestly blown away by Nicole’s wisdom and I know you will leave this conversation with the drive to search for the love in everything and everyone. What we discuss: 6:00 - How do you decide what is the loving choice? 9:30 - Navigating showing up as love in a digital world 13:00 - Nicole’s experience showing up as love as the Commissioner 19:30 - Owning and staying connected to your truth no matter what 24:30 - Overcoming our ego’s determination to stay the same 28:00 - Why what you see in others is in you too 30:00 - Extending your heart to those you are rejecting 33:45 - Finding the understanding of other’s actions within yourself 37:00 - Calming your nervous system to allow yourself to think rationally and find compassion 42:00 - The power of forgiveness 44:00 - Why we need to model behavior for each other and give each other a reference point 46:40 - Opening love up to others while still holding boundaries for your own self-love Find more from Nicole: Website: https://love-outloud.com Instagram: @nicgibson_ Book: Love Out Loud Join the CREATE community:
21 minutes | 2 months ago
My 3-Step Process for Forgiveness
Do you believe forgiveness is weak or an act of strength? This is a question I battled when I learned the person I loved most betrayed me. I kept asking myself over and over again, “Do I forgive? And if I do, is that weak, or is that devotion?” The conclusion I came to is that forgiveness is devotion–devotion for myself. We need to learn to forgive because the pain, jealousy, and resentment we are carrying aren’t affecting the person who hurt us–the only person it’s affecting is ourselves. I know arriving at a place of forgiveness isn’t easy and that’s why in this episode of The Deep Dive Podcast with me, Adam Roa, I share three essential steps that will lead you to forgiveness. What You’ll Learn: Why you need to forgive Why it’s important to feel your emotions How to see the situation through a new perspective How to understand and relate to the person who hurt you The next step after you arrive at a place of forgiveness Episodes mentioned: Season 2, Episode 2: Making the Loving Choice (No Matter How Hurt You Are) Season 2 of The Deep Dive Podcast is centered around the mainstream music I will be releasing. Be sure to follow me on Spotify to not miss out on my newest releases! Join country music singer and superstar, Lindsey Ell, and I for our Write From Your Heart 90-minute workshop on October 13th, 2020 by signing up here.
60 minutes | 2 months ago
Lindsay Ell: How to Process Pain and Heal Through Writing
How do you process your pain? Better yet, do you even know how to process your pain? In this episode of the Deep Dive with me, Adam Roa, my guest Lindsay Ell will empower you on how to utilize writing as a tool for processing, healing, and learning from your pain. Most people believe the writing process is only about the final product that is created, although Lindsay views it as a tool for getting to know ourselves on a deeper level, moving through the different experiences in our lives, and transmuting our pain into the most beautiful art we can. Lindsay is a singer/songwriter superstar whose album, Heart Theory, hit the #1 album in the country across all genres and is based on her experience healing from heartbreak. Plus, in 2020 alone, Lindsay was nominated for a CMA and two ACM awards for New Female Artist of the Year and Music Event of the Year. Get ready to hear her invaluable insight on her personal writing process and how she uses it as a vehicle for understanding and learning from her emotions. What You’ll Learn: How Lindsay developed her #1 album in the country, Heart Theory A step-by-step guide on Lindsey’s writing process How to process, understand and heal from your pain through writing How to turn your personal pain into a beautiful art Find more from Lindsay: Spotify: Heart Theory Instagram: @lindsayell Website: https://www.lindsayell.com Join Lindsay Ell and I for our Write From Your Heart 90-minute workshop on October 13th, 2020 and dive deeper into Lindsay's writing process. Sign up here.
15 minutes | 2 months ago
Making the Most Loving Choice (No Matter How Hurt You Are)
There is no right or wrong when it comes to love, but there is always a more loving choice for us to make. The issue is, how do we know what the most loving choice is? Should we forgive? Should we say no? Should we stand up for our boundaries? The loving choice isn’t always clear, especially when you have been deeply hurt, and it definitely isn’t always easy to make, so let’s talk about it. In this episode of the Deep Dive podcast with me, Adam Roa, I challenge you to change your perspective on your relationships by asking you this question: How can you show up as love, no matter how others have treated you? I personally desire to live with my heart open, and I know you do, too. So let’s make the loving choice. What you’ll learn: Love is unconditional, yet relationships are full of conditions How to search for love in all actions and circumstances Why it’s important to actively make the loving choice, no matter how hurt you feel When making the loving choice, you are doing it for you, not for them Season 2 of The Deep Dive Podcast is centered around the mainstream music I will be releasing. Be sure to follow me on Spotify to not miss out on my newest release. Join country music singer and superstar, Lindsey Ell, and I for our Write From Your Heart 90-minute workshop on October 13th, 2020 by signing up here.
17 minutes | 2 months ago
Are You Using Art and Media to Expand Your Consciousness?
The Deep Dive Podcast with me, Adam Roa, is back and I couldn’t be more excited to re-join you on your consciousness journey. With this season, I am more motivated than ever to bring you content that grows your awareness, expands your consciousness, and challenges you to become the person you desire to be. And that’s why in this episode I challenge you to become aware of the things you’re reading, watching, and listening to. We are living in a society where it’s easier to numb than to feel. So the ultimate question I want to ask you is: Is the art and media you are exposing yourself to daily expanding your mind or numbing your feelings? Are you using it to grow or is a distraction from your growth? Think about the movies and TV shows you watch and ask yourself, what are they really saying, and how are they evolving you? And what about the music you listen to? In what ways are you growing from what you're receiving? Art can be entertaining, fun, dope, and sexy, but it can also be expansive and a part of your personal development. So tune in to this episode now to expose yourself to art that is empowering you, not numbing you. What You’ll Learn: How society is built to numb us How hiding from discomfort is at the root of our unhappiness and unhealthiness How most of society is using art and media today How to use art and media as a permission slip to feel How to use art and media to expand your consciousness and growth We are living in a society where it’s set up to make it easier to numb than to feel. Season 2 of The Deep Dive Podcast is centered around the mainstream music I will be releasing. Be sure to follow me on Spotify to not miss out on my newest release. Join country music singer and superstar, Lindsey Ell, and I for our Write From Your Heart 90-minute workshop on October 13th, 2020 by signing up here.
72 minutes | 5 months ago
Deep Dive #121 | Marci Lock - How To Be Happy Most Of The Time
Do you live in abundance? Do you determine your worth by what’s in your bank account? In this episode of The Deep Dive LIVE with Adam Roa, Marci Lock and I dive deep into New Earth abundance, finding joy in the darkness, alchemizing discomfort, and how to live a life of peace. If you struggle to live in abundance or find the joys of life, then this episode is for you. Listen as Marci passionately shares about how she approaches each day so that she constantly lives in gratitude and joy. https://adamroa.com
4 minutes | 5 months ago
MASKS | Spoken Word Poetry by Adam Roa
Are you tired of the mask you are wearing? No not the one that we have been putting on recently. The mask I am talking about is one that hides your anxiety, depression, sadness, heartbreak and the truth of what is going on beneath the mask you wear. I’m talking about the mask that won’t allow you to create authentic connection. My motivational spoken word poetry, in this video, was created so you know it is okay to finally take off that mask. It is the work we talk about in personal development on how to overcome depression, beat the anxiety, and create authentic connection so we can live the life we truly want to live. This is why you may be feeling stuck, but it’s just one phrase way to start your journey; I’m not okay. That’s all it takes, let people know how you are feeling with the relationships that mean the most. Let this piece of poetry inspire you to your authentic self and adjust your frequency. Let this inspirational spoken word poem inform you that you are enough. Choose love, choose yourself. https://www.youtube.com/c/AdamRoaOfficial
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