The Chaos and Light Podcast is a playground for mind, mystery, and our human potential. Listen in each week as host, Angela Levesque looks at humanity’s current challenges through a spiritual lens. Taking a deep dive into consciousness, spirituality and personal growth, we explore the chaos and the light of the human condition.
Jayne Sanders on Our Innate Life's Purpose
Do you know what your purpose is? Where are you living your life as a Master and where are you walking the path of the Student? What if there was a modality that could assist you in finding out those answers? In this episode, Jayne Sanders and Angela Levesque explore Scientific Hand Analysis. A unique modality that uses our hands as a reflection of our life's purpose and lessons. We explore what it is, how it was developed and the guidance it can provide. We also discuss the value of working with a coach and how our innate purpose can be expressed and experienced in a variety of ways.
Jayne is offering our listeners $100 off a Scientific Hand Analysis. Please reach out to her here (https://www.purposewhisperer.com/contact/) and tell her you heard her on the Chaos & Light Podcast.
About the Guest
A MASTER Scientific Hand Analyst with 3 coaching certifications - Purpose, Law of Attraction, and Spiritual Life Coach – and featured in a FORBES article about her work, Jayne Sanders helps leaders, business owners, and teams love their lives and their work.
Using Scientific Hand Analysis and her proprietary Coaching process, she reveals your purpose, special gifts, and blind spots, then guides you into the inspired meaning, passion and fulfillment you crave in life and work. Corporate and team benefits are numerous as well.
When not doing her purpose work, Jayne can be found out on the trail riding her beautiful Arabian/Appaloosa horse, Darby, or eating dark chocolate. And sometimes both at the same time.
Jayne Sanders's Website https://www.purposewhisperer.com
Marla Goldberrg on Learning to Love Ourselves
How can we support the collective going through hard times? How can holding space and being grateful be both a gift and an opportunity? What is the veil of fear and how do we move through it? In this episode, we explore how we can move into self-love and self-acceptance. Marla outlines a step-by-step process on how we can learn to love ourselves again. We also explore the importance of allowing ourselves to 'be in our stuff' and how this ultimately allows us to move on. We also talk about prayer, gratitude and having the guts to get in the ring and move through fear.
About the Guest
Marla Goldberrg is an Energy Healer, Intuitive, Speaker, Teacher, Host of Guided Spirit Conversations Podcast, and Best-Selling Author of My F*cking Long Journey To Loving Myself: A Guide to a Shorter Path.
Prior to beginning her spiritual quest, Marla was a serial entrepreneur, founding and running four businesses during her professional career;
In 2003, Marla’s life had hit rock bottom. Feeling lost and not having anyone to turn to, Marla saw a promotion for a women’s conference. It was at this conference where Marla met her first spiritual teacher. Her journey began.
Marla attended a three-year mystery school and, by graduation, learned fourteen healing techniques. Marla continues to build on her education, having learned 24 healing modalities to date. During this time, she became certified as a Spiritual Response (SRT) therapist, an Intuitive Life Coach, and a Master Metaphysician.
Marla Goldberrg's Website https://www.marlagoldberrg.com
Casi Ari on Dismantling Illusions
Should we be afraid of our own darkness? How is creativity an act of freedom? How do our judgment and expectations become our teachers? In this episode, we explore why dismantling our illusions is our path to freedom. We explore spiritual bypassing, participating in our collective shadow, and why creativity is essential to dealing with our trauma. We also talk about spiritual paradoxes and why listening to opposing positions helps us heal ourselves.
About the Guest
Cassandra aka “Casi” Ari (pronounced K-C-R-E) was born and raised in Nebraska. She attended Catholic school in one of the strictest Catholic dioceses in the U.S. from ages 6 to 18, where she was first introduced to spirituality and the nature of the Divine.
As a young adult, Casi was unconscious and created chaos in her life. Unacknowledged emotions and unconscious programs lead to circumstances with poor boundaries, violent partners, eating and exercising disorders and depression.
In the midst of her unconsciousness, Casi was granted a transformative and perspective-altering spiritual experience which changed the course of her life forever. After this experience, she quit her 9-5 job, started her own soul-based design business, and traveled throughout the U.S. and Asia studying the nature of reality through different perspectives, belief systems and practices.
Now, Casi works to uncover truth and dismantle illusions through words and art. Her purpose is to serve as a lighthouse to direct others “home,” even in the face of immense darkness. Divine Truth, Worthiness and Personal Power are key messages woven into the majority of her work.
Casi now resides in Miami, Florida. You can usually find her under a palm tree writing, designing, and dismantling illusions one day at a time.
Casi's Website https://www.casiarisoul.com
Scott Shay on God, Faith and Atheism
Do we need God for a moral society? If there is a God, how could he allow such human atrocities? Is doubt an important part of faith? In this episode, Scott Shay and Angela Levesque explore some of the big questions around God. Scott addresses many of the critiques and criticisms atheists and others have around a faith-based life. Scott contends that idolatry is at the foundation of most of these critiques and we often mistake it for true faith. We also explore the lack of meaning in science and why scientism is now a modern form of idolatry.
About the Guest
Scott A. Shay is a Co-Founder and Chairman of Signature Bank and he is also the Chairman of the Investment Committee of the Elah Fund, an Israel private equity fund. He is a passionate community activist as well. Scott started an adult educational program, chaired several major Jewish educational programs and, with his wife Susan, started a Hebrew School. He is the author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism and Getting our Groove Back: How to Energize American Jewry. He has also written articles on Judaism, belief and the economy for many leading publications. Scott has been thinking about religion, reason, and modernity since wondering why his parents sent him to Hebrew school.
Scott Shay's Website https://www.scottshay.com
Jeff simpson on Integrated Well-being
During this pandemic, did we miss a golden opportunity to explore what true health looks like? How can we as individuals support our immune systems? What are some small changes we can make that make a big difference in our health? In this episode, Jeff Simpson and Angela Levesque discuss many components that support our well-being. We look at intermittent fasting, technology use, and why he feels reading is so important. We also explore nutrition and how to eat in ways that are aligned with our busy lives and our unique biochemistry.
About the Guest
Jeff Simpson, is a father, husband, fitness fanatic, nutrition junkie, and soul searcher. Over the past several years he found a new zest for life. Excited to get each day started with joy and enthusiasm. To stay active he does CrossFit and is a CF-L1 trainer. He loves to practice meditation and enjoys reading a good book. With his beautiful wife, they have also ventured into nutrition coaching and created their own guided journal. He recently wrote the book Health Mind Soul: 8 Steps To Finding Your Inner Peace in pursuit of bringing greater awareness to the amazing wonders life has to offer.
His goal is to provide the support, information, and motivation you need to achieve and maintain your goals. He is committed to helping you realize and unlock your full potential. One size does not fit all! Life is about the Health Mind Soul connection.
Brandon Trean on Health Freedom & Bodily Autonomy
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We are living in a time when health information is increasingly being censored and centralized. A time when even just asking questions can be seen as harmful to your livelihood. In today's episode, we explore some of the official narratives on vaccines and cancer and look at conflicting data that challenges the official stance of our centralized organizations.
Please note that while we believe these conversations are important to have, and we believe in our right to ask questions and do our own research - This podcast is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Please do your own research and have a conversation with your trusted health professionals before making any changes to your health care regimen. For links to sources visit https://chaosandlight.com/health-freedom-bodily-autonomy/
About the Guest:
Brandon Trean is an active steward of the physics of anti-fragility & vitality. Here to distill, and organize the wisdom of bioenergetic systems to help demystify how to reverse disease and restore metabolism. All in the efforts to align with playfulness, awareness, and authenticity. As for me, I'm just a complex dude with simple needs. For more information visit: https://www.bodyepiphanies.com
Always seeking the mystery
The devine spectacle: It’s not you and me, it’s me and we. I am honored to call you friend, Angela Levesque. Thank you for expanding my mind to the collective. You are a beautiful gift to the universe.
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"Collective Cohesive Intelligence"
ARe you waiting for your next lesson to arrive to jump start your evolution? In her podcast "Why We Aren't Here to Learn: Challengin the Earth School Perspective," Angela Levesque proposes another option -- an "inherent exopansive nature" that pull[s] us into possibilities (paraphrased). Possibilities are always available and only require conscious attentionand inquiry move within reach. Angela suggests that the Earth School model is small-self-centered and relies on pain to push us into contemplation of alternative choices. Conversely, the Evolution model creates learning as a by-product rather than humanity's purpose. This shift in perspective flings off our training wheels and implies permission to make quantum leaps of awareness at any given space-time moment. "When we co-create we identify in our roles as Evolutionaries." We ar in the process of Being and Becoming a "Collective Cohesive Intelligence" that enables us as a spcies to design our future reality in the face of global epidemics (so timely). It gives us choice instead of resigning ourselves to reconciling the trauma of existential threat.