Jeff felt like a zombie in his own life. Moving but not feeling.
He was successful, well-traveled, had lots of great friends and was doing a lot of cool things. By 45, he'd been everywhere and done everything.
But he was only going through the motions.
In this episode, Alex gets Jeff Berwick to open up, take off his Dollar Vigilante mask and delve deep into his amazing journey to mental, physical, and emotional soundness.
Covered in this episode:
Jeff’s amazing, successful life… and how he felt like a robot just going through the motions
Kill yourself… or get better. How for Jeff it came down to either pulling the trigger, or saying f*ck it and just doing what he had to do to improve his inner state
Jeff’s TORTUROUS experience with Ahuyuasca, and the temporary effects he experienced
Jeff’s decision to do the craziest drug known to man... why it was the hardest thing he’s ever done in his life… and perhaps the most important
Coffee enemas, relaxation music, hypnotherapy and other things that have been helping Jeff feel better than ever
The body-mind connection, and how Jeff balances both
How we have been programmed out of being happy by the education-indoctrination system
How many people RESIST improving in any way. (You can’t help them.)
The hints that the Universe throws at you to get you to wake up from your unconscious existence
Why it’s GOOD for you to get “smacked down” by the universe when you’re on the wrong track for your best self—and what would’ve became of Jeff if it hadn’t happened to him
The one question you need to ask to get massive personal growth FAST (Alex tosses this one out off-hand so be sure to listen close for it!)
Faith!? And how it’s not total bullshit…
Fear… how you can decide to never feel it again. Ever.
How to literally enter another timeline--the crazy thing that happens when you change yourself
Living in your head—the most fun way to live! (Not…)
Jeff gives life advice! The “just see what happens” approach…
Fasting— how it can change your life overnight
Trolls! and how Jeff feels about them
Hugs 'n Drugs