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LifeJitsu: Art of Life Frank Forza

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Welcome to the LifeJitsu: Art of Life podcast.

    We All Have Our Stuff, We Are All White Belts At Something - Judging Others vs. Understanding Others

    We All Have Our Stuff, We Are All White Belts At Something - Judging Others vs. Understanding Others

    "We All Have Our Stuff, We Are All White Belts At Something" -- Judging Others vs. Understanding Others. This episode is designed for anyone seeking to conquer their ignorance and tendency to quickly rush to judge others. The words and ideas in this podcast are intended to inspire you to live more positively, to focus more on Goodness, to see and be Oneness with everything around you. The mindset of “God is All and All is God” is a powerful perspective that helps us live fully and completely and harmoniously in the present moment. This prism and paradigm is designed to empower and raise your vibration, to not just imagine your Highest Ideals and Best Self — but to BE those ideals, EXPRESS those ideals, EMBODY those ideals, LIVE those ideals. The biggest takeaway from this mantra and mindshift is this: Be quick to seek to understand others, slow to judgment. This frees us to live in greater harmony with others, to see the Divine in them, and also cultivate more inner peace, poise, grace, confidence, and radiance.

    • 39 min
    The Genius that Made Floyd Mayweather The World’s Highest Paid Athlete & Near-Billionaire

    The Genius that Made Floyd Mayweather The World’s Highest Paid Athlete & Near-Billionaire

    Frank Forza breaks down The Genius that Made Floyd Mayweather The World’s Highest Paid Athlete & Near-Billionaire.

    • 30 min
    Frank Forza’s MindJitsu: “Just A Workout”? How “working out” checks so many boxes.

    Frank Forza’s MindJitsu: “Just A Workout”? How “working out” checks so many boxes.

    Frank Forza, Human Performance Optimizer, Philosopher-Poet, BJJ Black Belt and three-time IBJFF Masters World Champion, goes deeper into what mskes “working out” — in his case, six days a week— so amazing for us on many levels.

    • 4 min
    Frank Forza & Erik Hight Music Inprov Jam Session, Reimagining of BB King Classic “Thrill is Gone”

    Frank Forza & Erik Hight Music Inprov Jam Session, Reimagining of BB King Classic “Thrill is Gone”

    Vocalist Frank Forza and guitarist Erik Hight, collaborate and improv and deliver a unique freestyle rendition of the BB King classic, “Thrill is Gone.” For perspective: Frank & Eric perform the improvised song in a local parking garage, which aided the all-natural acoustics. They created the song’s sound and feel organically without AutoTune. Note: This is only the second time Frank and Erik have practiced together, and the first 90 seconda or so of this recording is just them playing. Around the 90-second and two-minute mark of this freestyle jam session is when Frank and Erik begin to find the song’s sweet spot and hit their stride. Very catchy improvised track if you make time to listen, which we appreciate. Comments snd feedback email: frankie@frankieforza.com OR ehight225@gmail.com

    • 6 min
    Perhaps My Best 'MindJitsu for Self Mastery' recording yet

    Perhaps My Best 'MindJitsu for Self Mastery' recording yet

    Alot of people feel lost, anxious, depressed, un-motivated and unworthy. How do we break the cycle? Today Frank Forza, himself a survivor of his fair share of storms, discusses techniques that have helped him and others rise above psychological stumbling blocks and self sabotages. Frank speaks from the heart, constantly striving for unique self-expression, valuing innovation over regurgitation. He shares mostly what he has lived in the trenches, rather than what he read in a book.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Staying Young: Talking Plant-based Living, Healing & Meaning of Life with Health Guru Joyce Gibson

    Staying Young: Talking Plant-based Living, Healing & Meaning of Life with Health Guru Joyce Gibson

    When Serendipity Strikes

    When serendipity strikes, when you meet a total stranger and instantly hit it off as if you’ve known each other for many years, it leaves a wonderful and memorable tattoo on the mind. And so it was recently when a massive plate of salmon, being consumed at the table next to me, stole my attention.

    It wasn’t the two pounds of salmon that captured my imagination; it was the 100-pound woman still eating the salmon 20 minutes later.

    “How much salmon is she going to eat in one sitting?”

    “How much salmon does she eat each week and how frequently?”

    The questions tugged at me, so I stood up, opted to think out loud, and walked over and politely posed the inquisitions to her.

    I met an extremely pleasant, thoughtful and enlightened woman who appeared to be of retirement age. The dominoes fell so fortuitously that here we were, a week or so later, recording a 90-minute podcast together. Joyce Gibson, an Energy Healer who has been immersed in enlightened and conscientious eating and living since the late 1960s.
    Together Ms. Gibson and I discuss:

    Healthy eating and living habits;

    How do people north of 60- and 65-years old make peace with growing older, the fear of being alone, and death?

    Why do so many humans think that 70 is old and that being sick, and in pain, and losing your memory is almost a foregone conclusion?

    The psychology of words such as “older person” and “senior citizens” and “elderly”? Can we think of better, more optimistic descriptors?

    Breathing your way out of stressful situations for a calmer heartbeat and peace of mind;

    The power of Intentions;

    How Death can be, in many ways, a measure of our Faith in God or whatever you believe is next.

    • 1 hr 29 min

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