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Adam McInnis on How to Find Your Authentic Frequency
In this episode, Adam and Amrit talk about music, creativity, expression and the harmful effects of having a “label”. They dive deep into frequency, the expression of life that comes through you, how to distinguish the world’s frequency from your own and why you need to be more aware of the person who you are.
Adam McInnis is an artist, producer, music mentor, singer and songwriter.
He is the owner of The Billboard 500 Club, a private mentorship for musicians, artists, and upcoming executives, and Music Industry Contact, an online source for high-level education, opportunities, collaborations, songwriting contests, and mentorships. And co-owner of Kimura Music, a sync and management company, and Neverland Retreats, an experience-based music and adventure company.
You are a living energy field. Your body is composed of energy particles in constant motion. So, like everything and everyone else in the universe, you are vibrating and creating energy. You emanate energy and receive it from others.
Vibration starts with the intention of thought and it can only be felt, sensed or reacted to. Thought, such as joy, peace, and acceptance, create high frequency vibrations, while other feelings such as anger, despair, fear and stress vibrate at a lower rate.
You are responsible for your life and the way you vibrate. Tune into yourself and your core beliefs, and you will raise your energetic frequency which is one of the best gifts you can give the world. When you lift yourself up, you bring others with you. This is the only way you can contribute to raising the collective consciousness of the world.
Everyone's experience of life is different, so the reflection of energy is different too. Your life and energy affects all you do. The magic is that no two people can express things the same way. Everybody has their unique expression from their spirit and soul.
Many times people get “labels” but they are way more than that. They are an expression of spirit and soul. Labeling people limits our curiosity about them, avoiding connection and so much more.
Adam doesn’t have labels and loves what he does. Music is an expression of certain energetic sequences and Adam understands this information very well.
Music is a strong hypnosis, it stimulates the subconscious mind, putting suggestions into it, and then if the drums beat, it becomes part of a new program. The magic is that no two people can express music or anything in the same way.
Music is one of the only energy forms that can travel around the world and never lose its intentional vibration from the beginning. Bob Marley’s music can prove this. In all his music, he connected his intention deep in thought, combining it with a beautiful tune which makes it unique. Marley’s music reflects what came out of his soul. He knew exactly who he was and prophesied through his music, that is why it hasn't lost its intention throughout the years.
Adam states people are losing their natural ability to know what their dna is telling them at all times. He states this making reference to the word love. People talk a lot about it, but don’t know what it means. If you don't understand it, you are not giving value to yourself, to your relationships, to your family, to anything in your life.
Words are powerful expression tools. Words can be constructive but destructive too. You need to understand what they mean. When words don’t hold their meaning, communication is hampered. And when it is disrupted and misunderstandings arise, manipulators can use indirect tactics to control your behavior, emotions, and relationships.
Welcome Adam McInnis to Inspired Evolution!: (00:00:00)About limiting labels:(03:31)Life as an expression of you:(16:11)About showing up %100 and the importance of how we share our words:(18:03)About the inability people have to know what their DNA tel
Dr. Ivan Misner on the Net Worth of your Network
In this week’s episode, Amrit interviews Dr. Ivan Misner, Ph.D. in Organizational behaviour, the founder and chief visionary officer of BNI (Business Network International) the world’s largest business networking organization, a columnist for Entrepreneur.com, a keynote speaker, and a NY Times bestselling author of many books including the latest one “Who's in Your Room: The Secret to Creating Your Best Life”
In “Who’s In Your Room”, Dr. Misner shares how the quality of your life greatly depends on the people who surround you: https://amz.run/4jTb
Amrit and Dr. Ivan Misner, talk about the significance of working in your flame and not in your wax, the power of networking and the importance of having relationships in this dynamic world we live in.
Dr. Ivan Misner states you need to work in your flame and not in your wax. This means, you must work hard on what you most love to do in your business to reach success. He strongly believes you can take steps in your journey toward truly loving what you do for a living.
He started a management consulting business in 1983. At the end of 1984, he needed new business and had to find a way to engender more referrals. So he decided to create his own networking group with people he knew and trusted, and wanted to refer business to. This group integrated business with relationships under one core value of giving first. By the end of the year there were 20 groups and he needed to start a plan to scale. The organization now has over 10,000 chapters throughout the globe. And he keeps on doing what he most loves to do: helping others.
Dr. Misner talks about core values as the fundamental beliefs and guiding principles that dictate behavior and help people better understand expectations within the organizational context.
BNI’s core values start with Givers Gain, one of the best attitudes you can have to live your life. Embracing this philosophy of giving first will change your life and those around you. And when it changes enough lives, it will change the world. Genuine love towards one another. This is the kind of vision that people need to establish with whatever business they start.
He elucidates that being a good receiver is vital. This ensures the philosophy works and leads to a life of infinite giving. You must accept it is alright to gain, if not you will find yourself out of resources, and the giving will stop. It is essential that the givers also gain what they need so that they can give over and over. In this way, infinite giving becomes a part of who you are in all you do. Giving first is fundamental. But, you cannot constantly give at your own expense.
They dive deep into the importance of cultivating relationships and networking, and the VCP mindset and skill set to help you do so.
It is important to cultivate long-term relationships and you need the proper mindset to do so. You must be visible and credible, and once they know who you are and are good at what you do, they will be willing to refer business to you. Networking up with people who are leagues beyond yourself in business depends on your authenticity and willingness to help them.
Focusing on the other person and creating value to them can help forge long-term relationships.
Building long-term relationships and having a network is extremely important for you to live a meaningful life and transition through this crazy world. The people in your network are going to be the ones that will help you in difficult times.
“Your network is a beacon of hope in a sea of fear”
You need a mindset to cultivate these relationships. First people have to know who you are and what you do. Secondly they must know you are good at it. If they know who you are and you are good at what you do, they will be willing to refer business to you. You can build relationships in developing referrals.
If you want to network up a
Dr. Zach Bush on Death, Dying & Rebirth
In this week’s episode, Amrit interviews Dr. Zach Bush, a triple board-certified physician in internal medicine, endocrinology and metabolism, and hospice care. Dr. Bush is an internationally recognized educator and thought leader on the microbiome as it relates to health, disease, and food systems and is the founder and director of The M Clinic, an integrative health center in Virginia, and founder Seraphic Group and the non-profit Farmer’s Footprint, both created to develop root-cause solutions for human and ecological health.
Amrit and Dr. Zach dive deep into the human experience of life and death, three births and the importance of aligning with nature at all levels. They have a mind-blowing conversation about radical acceptance that will take you all the way to feeling completely and utterly accepted!
Dr. Zach believes there are three births. Life is an incessant course of transitions. You are born, then turn into an adolescent and finally into an adult. Each transformation provides all the physical, mental, and emotional growth you need to survive. Death is just one of the transition points. It is the movement between this existence and the next.
He is fascinated about nature and how it works. He goes way back to the origin of our own pure self; the first conception and the womb as a protected place where the embryo, with it’s own energetic centre of consciousness, can grow sheltered from the mother’s immune system, the world, and the traumas that humanity has gone through in its history.
As soon as the child goes through the vaginal canal, the second conception and seeding takes place. The child inherits the entire microbiome of the mother. Microbiome is this vast ecosystem that is very much the soil that will nurture that life into existence. It is the foundation of human life, consciousness and health.
The third birth is death. He talks about death in the most uplifting and beautiful way ever imagined. Death is not the end, and he learned this through his own experience way back in the ICU. In fact, this is when Dr. Zach decided to focus on nature and palliative care. He used to try to take control over life so death would not happen through technology and medicine. But, when he took the patients off life support mechanisms and let the family be with them and realized the most amazing exchanges of human intelligence and human consciousness would occur; he decided his medical approach had to change.
We have become so separated from nature, that we see death as the end. But if you recognize it as a part of nature, it becomes a transition period between one form of existence and another.
“Once we come to view all of life as a transition and understand we are here on Earth to transform, we can better appreciate the spiritual journey encompassing the natural processes of living and dying”
Dr. Zach shares a sad, yet beautiful and uplifting story so you can expand your thoughts about death and radical acceptance.
This is a story that happened back in the ICU. Zach brought two patients back from death. These patients didn't know each other, came from different backgrounds and had a different temper. One of them was fun and had lots of people come to visit him when he was hospitalized, the other was bitter and had just one person visit him the whole time he was in hospital. Yet both of them experienced the same feeling of absolute acceptance after death and neither of them wanted to be brought back. After death, the social guy who had always been accepted, felt even more acceptance, and the bitter guy said it was the first time he had ever been accepted.
Death is a transformation moment and an extension that goes beyond the limits of the body we carry. The moment we step out of this shell, we discover the universe. A Universe that embraces and completely accepts us by who we are. He states every soul o
Dr. Srikumar Rao on How to Eliminate Business Stress and Anxiety using Spiritual Development
In this week’s episode, Amrit interviews Dr. Srikumar Rao, Ph.D. in Business, a life coach, TED speaker, former business school professor, best selling author, CEO of The Rao Institute and creator of The Creativity and Personal Mastery Course.
This course shows students how to discover their unique purpose, creativity and happiness through group work and a philosophical perspective, and helps thousands of business executives all over the world discover deep meaning. Find out more about it here: https://theraoinstitute.com/learn/
Joy, peace and connection are inherent to all human beings, so you can flourish every day with the joy of just being who you are. When this happens you are more effective in your work, and if everybody in a business undergoes this same experience, the culture changes, it transforms. Everyday becomes a journey of personal blossom and business growth. Learn how to create joy no matter what else may be going on around you with “Happiness at Work: Be Resilient, Motivated, and Successful - No Matter What” by Dr. Srikumar Rao
Amrit and Dr. Srikumar Rao, talk about spiritual development. They dive deep into the journey of working on yourself to live a life of great achievement and deep fulfillment so you can take your career, business and life to the next level. Learn how to define your personal ethics and goals, how to reach them, and start a journey that will last a lifetime with “Are You Ready to Succeed?: Unconventional strategies for achieving personal mastery in business and in life” by Dr. Srikumar Rao.
Dr. Rao believes you have to be focussed on the journey and not on the outcome. The purpose of setting a goal and achieving it, is to learn and grow as you level your best to achieve that goal. Once you understand that and get comfortable with it, you will find that you are applying it. When this happens, you stop focusing on the outcome.
When you set a goal for yourself, you must take care of your actions. All your energy and attention must be on the actions and forget about the goal. Being consistent, objective, and when something doesn’t work out, switch on to something else. You learn through failure. And it is all a question of learning and growing, learning and growing. Learning and enjoying as much as you can all along the way.
Dr. Srikumar comments that lots of people in his program want to find their purpose. You don’t find it, you create it, and you can start doing it wherever you are with what you have at hand. But he strongly affirms that whatever you do, has to make you happy. And this shouldn’t make you happy just for a moment, it should make you happy for weeks. When your heart sings for a long time, your life lightens up. You begin to enjoy the journey. You shine and vibrate, and your energy gets magnified. In this state of bliss not only can you be in service to many others but also attract the people who align with you.
With Dr. Rao’s approach to reach your goals, there is no way you will lose. If you don't reach your goal, you will have learned so many things in the process trying to reach them. And these things are extremely valuable to yourself. With a heart that sings, a mind at peace, and an accumulated pack of learnings, you will become who you truly are and be more resilient no matter what comes your way
“When you don't worry about destination and enjoy the journey, you get to destination faster”
Amrit and Dr. Rao, talk about the ethos of service and why it is a fundamental pillar to reach joy and fulfillment, and build a business. He believes in the desire of being in service to a better cause.
When you give good customer service, it becomes the outward manifestation of the person you are. No matter what, your service must be good. It will make your customer like it, happier and feel comfortable. It will make the world a better place and it
Colleen Gallagher's Uncompromised Life
In this week’s episode, Amrit interviews Colleen Gallagher, a Global Citizen, social media influencer, heart-centred intuitive business consultant, educator, podcast host, author. She has written three books, and the recent one is “An Uncompromised Life”
Colleen is the founder of Colleen Gallagher International, an online global business to empower people to gain clarity on their purpose and help them transform their lives and change the world, through courses, retreats, products, and social media content. Through this experience, they can deepen their spiritual habits, understand the power of expression to attract opportunities, and take purposeful action toward growing a sustainable impact.
Amrit and Colleen talk about Colleen’s story, the one that gave birth to her latest book “An Uncompromised Life: Overcome Trauma and Heartbreak, Experience the Unexplainable, and Truly Fall in Love with Life ''. This book involves twelve lessons revealed by compromising her soul to please others instead of pleasing herself. Get it here: https://inspiredevolution.com/recommends/colleen-gallagher/
At the age of fourteen, Western medical doctors told Colleen it would be challenging for her to get pregnant after being diagnosed with cancer; she would have to be medicated for the rest of her life. In 2017, she left her corporate job, moved to New Zealand and self healed herself off medication. Then got immersed into online digital marketing, traveled the world, went back to the United States for her masters and finally moved to L.A. to pursue a Ph.D. in Psychology focussed on Global Leadership and Change.
Colleen had an unhealthy and toxic relationship with a guy which led her to compromise her soul. She was living a life always pleasing him and was utterly unhappy.
This relationship took a turn. One day sitting on the beach with her mum, she realized she had co-created a co-dependent relationship. She became aware of this when her mum told her that the only reason why she had her was so she would not be left alone with her dad and his family.
Twelve hours later and after this distressing yet revealing conversation with her mum, she found out she was pregnant; it was an unplanned pregnancy. Conscious about the toxic relationship which was compromising herself in every sense and her own upbringing, she faced a life changing decision and chose to let her child go and had an abortion.
In this heartbreaking yet beautiful awakening, the soul of her child appeared. The soul was called Ella and Colleen adopted her in her life. Colleen heard God and the voice of her daughter in her head say “Never compromise yourself for love”. Her daughter Ella was there with her, in her heart and soul. IN that instant, Colleen learned what it truly meant to fall in love with life, find herself and find the power in living a life uncompromised to the soul.
Having gone through the journey of letting go and learning how to fall in love with life, together with Ella she wrote her third book.
Colleen strongly believes that sometimes horrible, traumatic, and heartbreaking things happen to us so we can grow into our full potential and affirms that Western Medicine is not the end all be all in diagnosis.
“My story is to let others know there is hope and they can have a new narrative”
Amrit and Colleen dive deep into the importance of letting go and learning how to say no. It is very difficult to say no to things you love, but by doing so, you can focus on the things you MOST love.
Last but not least, they converse about her favourite chapter in the book “Finding Love” and the importance of education through connectivity with technology.
In regards to connectivity with technology, Colleen set off on a journey to combine social entrepreneurship and academia. Combining business and spirituality, using skill sets in communities and on techno
Oz García on Living Long and Living Well
In this week’s episode, Amrit interviews Oz García, nutritional counselor, anti-aging consultant, speaker and the best selling author of several books on the matter.
Oz Garcia is the founder of The Longevity Lounge, a clinical destination for anti-aging and beautification services. He provides customized longevity plans for his clients.
Amrit and Oz talk about all that it takes to live a long and healthy life.
In his early twenties, Oz used to live against his beliefs making his public view more important than his value system. He used to be a photographer who drank coffee several times a day, smoked cigarettes non stop and suffered from migraines which no doctors were able to cure. He knew something was wrong underneath the surface and began to explore new alternatives.
He began to frequent one of the three available health stores at the time, where he discovered a whole new concept of functional eating and bought the book “The Miracle of Fasting by Paul Bragg”. Soon after reading it, he did his first fast.
Concurrently, he took a course in the Landmark Form before known as EST training and began to get involved in several courses. He also took classes at the East West Center for Holistic Health, where he experimented with new alternative methods of health and healing.
He slowly made the transition to a healthier lifestyle. He became a vegetarian for a number of years, started fasting, cut out coffee and cigarettes, and started running. Soon his migraines were gone too.
At the age of twenty four, Oz embarked on a transformational journey that has brought him to where he is today. Ever since, he practices what he preaches and strongly believes that the driver of this transformational journey is all about being passionate, curious, creative and always wanting to know more.
“I finally made a decision about what I wanted out of my life. I knew I didn't want to be in an artificial world”
According to Garcia, lifestyle adjustments in what we eat, how we think and how we exercise are necessary as we get older. He says there are ways to slow the aging process and live well. Nutrition, exercise, meditation, sleep, food, and time outdoors are critical, but cultivating intelligence, thinking, passion, community, and our “self”, are equally as critical.
Amrit and Oz dive deep into the importance of cultivating each one of these.
Oz believes good thoughts overwhelms bad impulse, and once you understand that, then you can start making choices. Sometimes these choices are not the right ones, but you learn from them that helps you go further along the journey. In regards to cultivating thinking, you can regulate what you're thinking and what is worth suffering over or not. Destructive emotions result from errors of judgment.
In regards to cultivating community, this is central to human experience. Having a sense of belonging unites us. Being a part of a community can help you connect with others, engage with others, and boost your physical and mental health. Oz supports this with the story of a lady who lived to be one hundred and six.
We all need to cultivate a better life and it always begins with how we take care of ourselves.
According to Garcia, to be able to cultivate our “self” we have the obligation, among many, to invent ourselves or reinvent ourselves in ways that leave our mind at peace to switch to a place of joy. Joy is peace in motion.
He emphasizes on spending some time of the day thinking about what kind of a human being we want to be and journaling on a daily basis. He refers to the ”Five-minute Journal”, gratitude exercises that will help you sharpen your ability to focus on the good things in life, elevate yourself, be happier, improve relationships, and shift your mind to being positive. The more you do these practices, the more antifragile you become, therefore more authentic and more
Inspired! Meditation link is broken.
Great show and guests with high energy! The link to learn how to meditate mentioned every episode has never worked, maybe U.S. listeners are blocked? Keep up the good work!
Great show, awesome host, give it a listen.
Thank you for the inspirational podcasts
Thank you Amrit for the podcasts. As always these podcasts are informative and help us improve our day to day lives. I love the great stories and the insights that you share. What a breath of fresh air during this time of quarantine. 🙏