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The Observatory | Discovery of Consciousness & Awareness

  • Love Across Lifetimes with Doug Barlow | The Transformative Power of Meditation and Past Life Regression

    23 MAG 2024 · In this episode of The Observatory, Doug Barlow joins the show to discuss how meditation and past life regression can unlock past traumas, enhance self-love, and help you spread positive vibrations to those around you. Doug, a Past Life Regressionist, uses past life regression therapy, progression therapy, and compassionate listening to help you discover and release negative thought patterns, both conscious and subconscious. Hear the origin of Doug’s passion for psychology, the self-help books that changed Doug’s perspective of life and started meditation, and the changes that meditation made in his life. Doug also shares tips on starting meditation, spreading the vibrations of love, and sharing his story about past life regression therapy. Timestamps [03:00] Doug Barlow’s background information [06:08] The origin of Doug’s passion for psychology [13:15] The game of manipulation the people love to play [24:54] The self-help books that changed Doug’s perspective of life and started meditation [30:24] Doug’s journey with meditation and the changes it made in his life [34:35] Tips to get meditation [40:00] Striving for commitment and not riches  [52:10] How meditation affected Doug’s circle of friends [55:46] What people thought of Doug during his big life changes  [01:00:17] The angelic forces meditation [01:08:44] Spreading the vibration of love with a quick stare and pure intentions [01:10:37] The most powerful feelings of love that Doug experienced during the angelic forces meditation [01:21:38] Past life regression therapy  [01:37:34] How the regression experience changed Doug’s relationship with his ex-wife [01:39:33] Loving people and being of service in a way that helps relieve suffering  Notable quotes: - “The only way you can say something is bad is by looking at the tiniest slice of time. If you look at a bigger slice of time, you can’t call it bad anymore because there is good right alongside it.” - Doug Barlow [05:19] - “Be aware enough that whatever you say or do, if one of you is not here tomorrow, you won’t regret it at all.” - Doug Barlow [13:00] - “It’s how you react to things that create your suffering.” - Scott Wright [17:05] - “We might go through fifteen lifetimes and not accidentally cross or discover the karmic pattern we are stuck in or struggle with. In past regression, we can find it and release it in seconds.” - Doug Barlow [01:23:03] Relevant links: The book: https://www.amazon.com/Journeys-Out-Body-Robert-Monroe/dp/B008ZGBG2C The book:https://www.amazon.com/Many-Lives-Masters-Prominent-Psychiatrist/dp/0671657860 Doug Barlow Website: https://dougbarlow.net/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doug__barlow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/plrdougbarlow YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@doug_barlow Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-observatory-discovery-of-consciousness-awareness/id1644040572
    1 h 47 min. 28 sec.
  • Creating Healthy Communications with James ‘Fish’ Gill | Letting Go of Projections and Honoring Your Emotional Experiences

    16 MAG 2024 · In this episode of The Observatory, James ‘Fish’ Gill joins the show to discuss building healthy relationships, letting go of projections, and owning our emotional experiences. Jame Gill is a heart coach, yoga teacher, and transformational facilitator based in Perth, Australia. He supports couples, businesses, and community groups to regrow trust, connection, and understanding. Hear the dangers of projection and why it’s easy to condemn others and not honor our experiences and emotions. James also talks about the condemn-condone polarity in the world, the importance of trusting your emotional experiences in building relationships, and the right way to express our emotions and open a healthy dialog. Timestamps [05:57] The habitual patterns of communication [08:56] Projection: how to know we are projecting and its dangers  [12:00] The idea of toxic people and red flags [14:54] An example of how false our projections are  [20:00] Letting go of the projection that a person is toxic and recognizing your experiences [24:21] The condemn-condone polarity in the world [27:36] Why is it easy to condemn others and not honor our experiences and emotions?  [34:51] The importance of trusting your emotional experiences in building relationships  [43:41] Gendered emotional suppression that has emerged in James’ coaching [46:00] The final barrier to owning our emotional experiences  [52:56] The right way to express our emotions and open a healthy dialog  [57:03] The indicators that we are in the conflict mode  [01:00:00] What makes big emotions? [01:06:00] Tips to resolve conflicts and create healthy conversations  Notable Quotes:  - “There is nothing wrong with what we long for and the unmet needs underneath. It’s just the strategy to meet them that needs to change.” - James Gill [07:74] - “The inner experience is true and accurate. The outer projection is always false” - James Gill [14:47] - “There is no healing in making someone the villain. The healing comes in recognizing the pain and having it attended to.” - James Gill [26:06] - “Unless we trust our emotional experience, we will be deeply unfulfilled in our relationships.” - James Gill [34:51]  Relevant links: Website: https://www.leadbyheart.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/james_fish_gill/ Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-observatory-discovery-of-consciousness-awareness/id1644040572
    1 h 13 min. 4 sec.
  • Embracing New Horizons with Scott and Ann Webb | Making The Big Transitions After Retirement

    9 MAG 2024 · In this episode of The Observatory, Scott and Ann Webb join the show to discuss making the big transitions after retirement that infuse you with energy in this new chapter. Scott and Ann are a married couple who made a big transition, moving from Utah to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, where they found the opportunity to rediscover themselves, explore new interests, and engage in activities that fill them with energy and joy. Hear Scott and Ann’s experience of moving to San Miguel, the safety of living in Mexico, the story of building a country home in an ecovillage, and the experience of living there. They also share the process of making the big transitions after retirement. Timestamps [03:35] The experience of moving to Mexico [08:00] How Scott changed his mind about traveling [15:00] The story behind San Miguel de Allende [17:34] The safety of Living in San Miguel  [22:12] How Scott and Ann got into art [31:54] Starting a new chapter that infuses you with energy after retirement  [34:14] The story of building a country home in Mexico in an ecovillage [42:11] The experience of living in an ecovillage [52:32] The process of making big transitions in life after retirement [01:06:00] The importance of giving away the things that you don’t use while alive  [01:11:41] The new chapter that Scott and Ann are looking forward to start  Notable quotes: - “People in Utah are far more aggressive and less kind than San Miguel. People in San Miguel let everybody in.” - Scott Webb [19:30] - “The happiest people are people with a community. Old people who live in co-housing are happier than isolated old people who don’t have a community.” - Ann Webb [48:19] - “If there are things that I don’t use anymore, even pieces of jewelry, I want to give them now to people who need them so that I can be alive when they enjoy them, and they can know that they came from me.” - LaRae Wright [01:06:08] Relevant links: Website: https://www.truenaturebreathingandsound.com/ Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-observatory-discovery-of-consciousness-awareness/id1644040572
    1 h 19 min. 39 sec.
  • The Power of Being Open with Dalton and Carly | The Role of Genuine Intentions in Navigating Young Love

    2 MAG 2024 · In this episode of The Observatory, Dalton and Carly George join the show to discuss the importance of genuine intentions and vulnerability in young couples. Dalton and Carly are a young couple who are newly married and have spent a year together on the road. Dalton is an over-the-road truck driver. Hear how Dalton and Carly first met, the time they spent together on the road, how it influenced their relationship, and their biggest growth point in their relationship school. They also share how they navigated the time on the track when they almost parted ways and how their background, coming from divorced families, has influenced their relationship today.   Timestamps [04:30] How Dalton and Carly first met [10:41] Having real intentions as a young couple [15:57] The time Dalton and Carly spent on the road together [22:00] The strongest growth point of Carly and Dalton’s relationship school  [30:55] The growth in Scott and LaRae’s relationship  [40:00] How did their experience in the track affect their relationship? [45:25] How Dalton and Carly navigated the time on the track and nearly parted ways [49:18] Background of divorced families, has influenced their relationship today  [53:49] The importance of vulnerability in relationships  [01:01:07] Dalton and Carly’s journey into getting married [01:11:12] The beauty of the place where the marriage ceremony took place  Notable quotes: - “Dalton is open-hearted and a safe person around whom you can be your true self.” - Carly [08:09] - “So much intimacy comes from the repair, not the lack of conflict or turbulence.” - Carly [12:06] - “Being able to face the tough things together is vital for a relationship to strive. Carly [10:13:05] Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-observatory-discovery-of-consciousness-awareness/id1644040572
    1 h 19 min. 3 sec.
  • The Energy Stack with Adam Heaps and Mike Canales| Blending Modalities for Ultimate Conscious Connection

    25 APR 2024 · In this episode of The Observatory, Adam Heaps and Mike Canales join the show to discuss The Energy Stack and how it helps create a safe space to reset, receive, and just be. Mike and Adam are the founders of The Energy Stack, a mix of modalities offering conscious entertainment and conscious connection. Hear how Adam and Mike came up with the name The Energy Stack, the beauty of mixing the modalities, and how The Energy Stack evolved into retreats. They also share the impact of the Energy Stack in their lives and how you can observe energy sources and use them as a tool for creation. Timestamps [02:38] The story behind The Energy Stack [08:43] The beauty of The Energy Stack [09:39] The place that Adam and Mike do The Energy Stack consistently [11:29] How The Energy Stack evolved into retreats  [18:00] How Adam and Mike organize the retreats  [20:23] How Adam and Mike came up with the word ‘The Energy Stack’ [25:11] The impact that The Energy Stack has had on the lives of Adam and Mike  [35:10] The second album that Adam is creating  [40:47] Observing energy sources and using them as a tool for creation  [48:56] The release of Adam’s second album [52:20] The Energy Stack’s upcoming events  Notable quotes: - “The Energy Stack is such a beautiful container because it’s not only for healing but also about community, honoring one another, and holding space for brotherhood and sisterhood.” - LaRae Wright [08:23] - “Men should realize that they are the source of their healing.” - Mike [16:30] - “Music is energy movement. It moves, creates and manipulates energy.” - Adam [39:16] Relevant links: Website: https://www.theenergystack.org/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theenergystack Mike Canales: https://www.instagram.com/mikecanales_/ Adam Heaps: https://www.instagram.com/adamheaps/?hl=en Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-observatory-discovery-of-consciousness-awareness/id1644040572
    57 min. 11 sec.
  • Soothing Sounds with Gabriel Logan Braun | Finding Your Inner Calm with Sound Healing

    18 APR 2024 · In this episode of The Observatory, Gabriel Logan Braun joins the show to discuss music and sound healing and how they promote inner peace, relaxation, and overall well-being. Gabriel is a world musician, sound healer, and life coach who has worked in recovery centers for over 14 years, teaching different healing modalities. Hear what drew Gabriel into music, how he became aware of the healing side of music, the transformation of music into a connecting place, and the role that music plays in the healing journey. He also shares what he does to prepare people to get into the space of presence and connection.   Timestamps [01:25] How Scott first met Gabriel Logan [02:48] Gabriel Logan Braun’s background information and how he was drawn to music [06:12] The kind of work the Gabriel does in recovery centers [09:30] The transformation of music into a connecting place  [09:55] How Gabriel became aware of the healing side of music [19:55] How Gabriel operates when he goes into playing live music [22:08] The role that music plays in the journey to recover from addiction  [28:30] What Gabriel does to prepare people to go into the space of presence and connection [35:00] The different healing modalities that Gabriel teaches people [38:31] The deeper meaning of the word emotion  [46:25] The workshop that Gabriel is going to conduct in Utah on April 26, 2024 Notable quotes: - “Music is medicine.” - LaRae Wright [01:51] - “Yoga is not about everything being perfect but about your soul being able to express itself in a pure, authentic state.” - Gabriel Logan [11:23] - “The opposite of addiction is connection and music gives you that.” - Gabriel Logan Braun [25:37] - “The more you can allow energy to move through you freely, the more it helps you improve your health and creativity.” - Gabriel Logan Braun [39:08] Relevant links: Website: https://www.gabrielloganbraun.com/ https://www.gabrielloganbraun.com/show/wildfire-an-evening-of-primal-cultivation-at-shade-wellness-utah/ https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wildfire-an-evening-of-primal-cultivation-tickets-880602585037?utm_experiment=test_share_listing&aff=ebdsshios YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkeQ0YJnXpBXmljVL-6Nh1g Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gabrielloganbraun/?hl=en Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-observatory-discovery-of-consciousness-awareness/id1644040572
    57 min. 26 sec.
  • Reclaiming Your Identity with 'Fresh King Benjamin' Brown | Life After Leaving a High-Demand Cult

    11 APR 2024 · In this episode of The Observatory, Benjamin Brown, aka The Fresh King Benjamin, joins the show to discuss how people can survive high-demand religious cults and rebuild their lives. Benjamin Brown escaped a Polygamist compound (an offshoot of Mormonism) at the age of 20 and struggled for years feeling so different from everyone in the “normal” society. Finally, he realized that his “freshness” is a gift that allows him to experience all the delights of this beautiful world. He now helps cult survivors to rebuild their lives. Hear what motivated Benjamin to leave the ploygamist world, the most important thing you can learn from leaving a high-demand religious cult and the wisdom that comes with having different experiences in life.   Timestamps [01:31] Fresh King Benjamin’s background information [08:28] The most important thing you can learn from leaving a high-demand cult [12:48] The wisdom that comes with having different experiences in life  [14:49] What motivated Benjamin to leave the polygamist world.   [20:20] The polygamist Mormonism experience [23:20] The origin of polygamist Mormonism ideology [29:54] The untrue things that the church and Joseph Smith did  [34:58] What the American Christianity has manipulated Christianity [36:00] The transition from the religious cult into creativity and comedy [44:00] How Benjamin uses comedy to heal from childhood trauma  [49:00] The importance of letting people be their authentic selves  [56:33] Other things that Benjamin is doing to overcome his trauma [01:01:08] Where Benjamin does his comedy and events  [01:09:20] The different cults that were created in the 1980s  [01:10:49] Healing from abusive religions  Notable quotes: - “One of the most important things you can learn from leaving Mormonism is your inner knowing.” - Benjamin Brown [08:28] - “Too many high-demand religious cults systematically break the spirits of those who are in them, and they do it on purpose.” - Benjamin Brown [09:45] - “There is a lot of wisdom in allowing humans to have different experiences and the space to grow.” - Benjamin Brown [12:48] - “You cannot make fun of something or someone unless you love them.” - Benjamin Brown [41:51] Relevant links: Website: https://www.thefreshkingbenjamin.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefreshkingbenjamin/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefreshkingbenjamin/?hl=en Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-observatory-discovery-of-consciousness-awareness/id1644040572
    1 h 17 min. 39 sec.
  • Building A Family with Nick and John McGill | The Heartwarming Surrogacy Adventure of Two Dads

    4 APR 2024 · In this episode of The Observatory, Nick and John McGill join the show to share their touching surrogacy journey, from choosing an egg donor to the surrogate's pregnancy and the support they received. Nick and John have been married since 2013 and have two kids. Hear the process of choosing a surrogate mother, the challenges that Nick and John experienced with the surrogate mother and the experience of having a child two weeks early. They also talk about the finances that come with surrogacy, the challenge of states changing the laws of surrogacy on same-sex couples, and the organizations that support gay couples looking to have surrogacy.  Timestamps: [03:50] Nick and John’s wedding in December 2013 [08:05] The experience of getting kids through surrogacy  [13:16] The challenges that Nick and John experienced with the surrogate mother [16:57] The process of choosing a mother for the kids  [24:07] The experience of Asher coming two weeks early [30:00] The challenge of states changing the laws of surrogacy  [34:46] How it felt to start the surrogacy process all over again  [36:57] The finances that come with surrogacy  [42:39] The exciting thing about the second surrogacy  [52:00] The sacrifice that surrogate mothers make in carrying a child for nine months  [59:00] The organization that supports gay couples looking to have surrogacy  Notable quotes: - “Love is love.” - Scott [04:04] - “The reason why we went to Bosie is that in Utah, the whole thing about surrogacy with same-sex couples was black and white. There was no grey area.” - Nick McGill [26:42] - “For somebody to be able to carry a child for you, nine months of their life, knowing it’s not their child, is something special.” - Nick McGill [51:39] - “If a husband and a wife have a kid, their experience is different from somebody who is going through surrogacy because you are on the sideline.” - Nick McGill [57:51] Relevant links: Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-observatory-discovery-of-consciousness-awareness/id1644040572
    1 h 8 min. 16 sec.
  • Nature's Healing Touch with Dr. Madolyn Liebing | Using Nature as a Tool for Recovery and Growth

    28 MAR 2024 · In this episode of The Observatory, Dr. Madolyn Liebing joins the show to discuss the wilderness as an active participant in recovery that naturally facilitates healing, balance, and health. Dr. Madolyn is a renowned Wilderness Psychologist, Therapist, and Outdoor Behavioral Health Eagle Award Recipient. She is also the clinical director at Juniper Canyon Treatment Center and Legacy Treatment Center. Hear what drew Dr. Madolyn to nature, how she got into wilderness therapy treatment, and the results of the initial wilderness therapy experiment. She also talks about how humanity has moved away from nature and the five areas in which wilderness therapy treatment develops.   Timestamps [01:32] Dr. Madolyn Liebing’s background information [07:00] How Dr. Madolyn got into thewilderness therapy treatment [11:30] The origin of the Aspen Achievement Academy  [14:21] The results of the original experiment of wilderness therapy  [16:30] What Dr. Madolyn did during her time out from the practice  [21:07] The average length of the wilderness therapy treatment [22:39] The inspiration behind Dr. Maddy’s passion for nature and its healing methods  [26:28] What drew Dr. Maddy to nature [29:29] How humanity has moved away from nature  [33:17] The initial signs that show the treatment is working  [34:57] The different types of trauma and different ways to treat them  [42:36] The Right Of Passage (ROP) experiment  [43:08] The five areas that the wilderness therapy treatment develops [48:05] The importance of ceremonies and rituals in our lives [53:00] The Clan of the Hand [01:03:20] What the future holds for Dr. Maddy Notable quotes: - “Nature is one of the most amazing healing containers to spend time in.” - LaRae Wright. - “Nature is so healing. Finding yourself in those challenging places is where a lot of that healing takes place.” - Scott. - “Ceremonies and rituals are important in our lives because they can create an opening, an envelope, or a closing depending on what you are doing.” - Dr. Madolyn Liebing. - “No one should stop you from loving. You should love no matter what.” - Dr. Madolyn Liebing. Relevant links: - Legacy Treatment Center: https://legacyoutdooradventures.com/ - Juniper Canyon Treatment Center: https://junipercanyonrecovery.com/ Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-observatory-discovery-of-consciousness-awareness/id1644040572
    1 h 6 min. 18 sec.
  • The Healing Journey Within with Lauri Poldre | Building a Solid Foundation for a Fulfilling Life

    21 MAR 2024 · In this episode of The Observatory, Lauri Poldre joins the show to discuss going within and learning how to live your life from the inside out. Lauri is a Healer who helps people regain inner peace, clarity, and harmony through sound, meditation, and breathwork. Hear what led Lauri into spirituality, his first experience with singing bowls, and how he got into helping people in their healing journey. He also talks about the role of nature in the healing journey and the different healing modalities you can use in your journey.  Timestamps [02:40] Lauri Poldre’s background information  [05:07] The origin of spirituality in Lauri’s life [06:47] The experience that led Lauri into spirituality [11:07] What led Lauri into music, frequency, and sound healing [12:16] The first experience with singing bowls  [14:47] The festivals that Lauri attended in the USA [19:06] Does sound healing help in the alignment of the Chakras?  [21:31] How Lauri got into helping other people using sound healing  [24:26] How the healing journey has helped Lauri find his true self [29:08] Balancing the intellectual side with the conscious side  [34:06] The different healing modalities that helped Lauri in his journey [41:57] Joseph’s concept of the hero's journey  [50:19] What the future of technology looks like Notable quotes: - “The answer is right here within us. We just need to sit in silence and allow those answers to come to us.” - Lauri Poldre [04:32] - “Your family will always support you in your journey to finding your true calling and happiness in life.” - Scott [26:16] - “If you want to upgrade humanity, you need to connect more with nature.” - Lauri Poldre [27:49] - “Just keep going because eventually, it is going to unfold for you.” - Scott [36:54] - “We all have a hero’s journey where we must leave what was once comfortable and face our mythical dragons.” - LaRae Wright [42:15]  Relevant links: Website: https://lauripoldre.com/ Facebook: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauripoldre/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lauri.poldre/ Subscribe to the podcast:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-observatory-discovery-of-consciousness-awareness/id1644040572
    56 min. 21 sec.

In the world of structure, stress, and seemingly meaningless tasks, it can be easy for one to feel lost and empty. Move beyond career success and access true mental wellness...

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In the world of structure, stress, and seemingly meaningless tasks, it can be easy for one to feel lost and empty. Move beyond career success and access true mental wellness and personal fulfillment as we take you through the landscape of the emotions and personal discoveries that shape who we are. The Observatory podcast, is a space for authentic discussions, dedicated to helping you discover or rediscover meaning in your life. Rooted in the wisdom of their own experiences, our hosts Scott and LaRae Wright started their journeys as accomplished executives, with their successful and lucrative 9-5 jobs with Fortune 100 companies and in the finance industry. Unsatisfied with restrictive environments that demanded a disconnected, curated self, these successes gave them meaningful insights into who they weren’t and led them to the path of truly empowered self-discovery. Their journeys have opened their eyes to the possibilities of their own futures and they want to help you do the same. Each week, join us in our commitment to helping you navigate everything from entrepreneurial dreams to personal transformation with stronger clarity of who you truly are.
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