29 min

Experiencing Deep Spiritual Connectedness—with Andrew Jasko Men On Purpose Podcast

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We all know the Biblical tenet to love your neighbor as yourself. But what if we took it a step further to experience your neighbor as yourself? This deep sense of connectedness inspires Andrew Jasko’s creative, collaborative approach to life. An approach that stems from a sense of abundance and unity as opposed to scarcity and separation.
Andrew is the creator of Life After Dogma, a coaching platform dedicated to exposing the harmful effects of indoctrination and helping people reclaim a healthy expression of spirituality, sexuality and service. Educated at Princeton Seminary, Andrew was a Christian minister and missionary until he realized that his depression and anxiety stemmed from his religious beliefs. He found healing through secular humanism and spiritual practice, and today he supports clients as a Religious Trauma Advocate and Spiritual Transition Coach.
On this episode, Andrew joins Emerald to share the painful loss of identity he suffered as his Christian faith unraveled and the powerful spiritual awakening that followed. He explains his philosophy around the connection among all things, discussing how to use medicine work, meditation and breathing techniques to experience this sense of unity for yourself. Andrew also weighs in on the dangerous narcissistic ideology of survival and success that drives our world and offers advice on finding a sense of joy in the creative process. Listen in for Andrew’s insight around the ‘hard work’ that is suffocating our souls and learn how to extract yourself from dogma by embracing the healing path.
What You Will Learn What inspired Andrew to pursue work as a religious trauma advocate
The painful loss of identity Andrew experienced as his faith unraveled
The powerful spiritual awakening that reconnected Andrew to nature
How breathwork and meditation can inspire an experience of unity
The danger around feeling cut off from the source of life
Andrew’s unique take on experiencing your neighbor as yourself
The narcissistic ideology of survival and success that drives our world
Andrew’s advice into finding your sense of joy in the creative process
Why Andrew believes that ‘hard work’ is suffocating our souls
How to extract yourself from dogma by embracing the healing path
Connect with Andrew Jasko Life After Dogma
Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group
Emerald’s Website
Emerald on LinkedIn
Emerald on Twitter
Emerald on Instagram
Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com
This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.

We all know the Biblical tenet to love your neighbor as yourself. But what if we took it a step further to experience your neighbor as yourself? This deep sense of connectedness inspires Andrew Jasko’s creative, collaborative approach to life. An approach that stems from a sense of abundance and unity as opposed to scarcity and separation.
Andrew is the creator of Life After Dogma, a coaching platform dedicated to exposing the harmful effects of indoctrination and helping people reclaim a healthy expression of spirituality, sexuality and service. Educated at Princeton Seminary, Andrew was a Christian minister and missionary until he realized that his depression and anxiety stemmed from his religious beliefs. He found healing through secular humanism and spiritual practice, and today he supports clients as a Religious Trauma Advocate and Spiritual Transition Coach.
On this episode, Andrew joins Emerald to share the painful loss of identity he suffered as his Christian faith unraveled and the powerful spiritual awakening that followed. He explains his philosophy around the connection among all things, discussing how to use medicine work, meditation and breathing techniques to experience this sense of unity for yourself. Andrew also weighs in on the dangerous narcissistic ideology of survival and success that drives our world and offers advice on finding a sense of joy in the creative process. Listen in for Andrew’s insight around the ‘hard work’ that is suffocating our souls and learn how to extract yourself from dogma by embracing the healing path.
What You Will Learn What inspired Andrew to pursue work as a religious trauma advocate
The painful loss of identity Andrew experienced as his faith unraveled
The powerful spiritual awakening that reconnected Andrew to nature
How breathwork and meditation can inspire an experience of unity
The danger around feeling cut off from the source of life
Andrew’s unique take on experiencing your neighbor as yourself
The narcissistic ideology of survival and success that drives our world
Andrew’s advice into finding your sense of joy in the creative process
Why Andrew believes that ‘hard work’ is suffocating our souls
How to extract yourself from dogma by embracing the healing path
Connect with Andrew Jasko Life After Dogma
Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group
Emerald’s Website
Emerald on LinkedIn
Emerald on Twitter
Emerald on Instagram
Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com
This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.

29 min