The journey of life is complex and full of uncertainty. Many of us can feel stuck at times: in our jobs, relationships, beliefs, image and even in the very construction of ourselves that we project into the world. These pressures are difficult to navigate and often times we feel trapped by these emotions to the point where it doesn’t look like there is any way out.
Cain Vincent Dyer has always been driven by a call to serve. After a decorated career in United States Marine Corp he returned home to be faced with severe threats to his family by the Mexican Cartel. Faced with this ticking time bomb he turned to a life of crime becoming “The Kangaroo Bandit” and went on to rob over 100 banks. Living a life of infamy, he reached a critical realization point and knew that he was living out of integrity.
Found in a shoebox as an infant by two soldiers on opposing sides in war-torn Iraq with no identification, birth certificate or passport and “severely underdeveloped limbs” due to chemical warfare, Australian singer Emmanuel Kelly was not supposed to be alive.
A soul of power, respect and royalty, Chaz Guest makes it his mission to tell stories about a history and culture that he has helped to immortalize. Having painted portraits for the Obamas, African presidents and many other prolific figures, he lives his life with discipline, passion and a love for the human experience in its totality.
Adrian Vallera is an example of a life led by service. While taking a walk in one of his favorite nature ‘vortexes’, he received a transmission to start DisclosureFest Foundation: a multi-cultural, community-based nonprofit platform uniting heart centered, like-minded people in an effort to raise consciousness, provide education on health and wellness and create awareness of global, environmental and humanitarian initiatives with on-going volunteer based programs.
Brandon Breaux is a fine artist from Chicago and the genius behind all 3 of Chance the Rapper’s wildly recognizable mixtape covers. During this episode, Breaux details his journey through his art career starting with ‘going with and against the grain’ by fulfilling his parent’s dream of going to college all the while working and staying true to his real desire of self-expression.
Founder and spiritual director of the Agape International Spiritual Center, Michael Beckwith has been a leader spearheading the conscious conversation and bridging the intersection of science and spirituality for decades. His work has gained the attention of thousands around the world and connected communities of all denominations and cultures.
From a very young age, singer-songwriter Samuel J learned to recognize the interconnectedness between all living beings on the planet and so has dedicated his life to help others achieve the same awareness.
We continue the theme of “lifting the veil” in part two of our conversation with artist Amanda Sage and go deeper on the subjects of art and consciousness.
By the time she turned 24, Amanda Sage had already lived in two different countries, each half a world away from home. Gifted at a young age with the ability to read energy auras and benefiting from a very spiritual and holistic upbringing, Amanda knew early on how to flow with where her life’s journey would take her…