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In this episode, spiritual entrepreneur, philanthropist, and teacher John Assaraf talks about the power of expanding your awareness. 


  • Changing Paths from a Life of Crime
  • The Innate Desire to Feel Worthy 
  • Shifting Paradigms to Create a Sense of Worthiness
  • Masks that we Create to Protect Ourselves 
  • Why Wisdom Comes From Experience
  • How Pillars of Strength Come from Our Biggest Challenges
  • The Value of Specialized Knowledge
  • Separating Our Failures from Our Identity
  • The Advantage of Looking at Things Through a Spiritual Lens
  • The Law of GOYA
  • Looking for Coherence Patters in The Most Important Areas of Your Life
  • A Deep Dive into Belief Change and Perception 
  • The Difference Between Being Interested and Being Committed 
  • Why Pain Is a Major Motivator  for Change 


The meaning that we give anything determines how we feel and what we do. 

I do believe in hope and prayer. But not as your core strategy. 

John Assaraf is a serial entrepreneur, brain researcher, and CEO of PraxisNow, a brain-research company that creates some of the most powerful evidence-based brain retraining tools and programs in the world. A relentless explorer of consciousness and human behavior, John’s passion is discovering and teaching people how to release the mental blockages that hold them back from achieving their fullest potential.

Originally aired almost 2 years ago.

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