Shifting energy, living consciously and with presence, and spoon bending…
Coach, consultant, healer, energy healer, entrepreneur in various industries, and podcast host Sam Liebowitz (The Conscious Consultant) discusses taking a different approach, from a more energetic perspective, patterns, and underlying energy. He joins Julie Chan in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser.
Spoon bending, the journey to becoming a conscious consultant, and being served by the Universe
Liebowitz talks about his online radio show (podcast), training for shamanic work, and helping people integrate experiences. Spoon bending, his scientific way of looking at life, being open and questioning, a background in tech, aerospace, real estate, and buying an acupuncture business, discovering the law of attraction as a spiritual practice, how all things are an excuse to feel good and raise your vibration, and how getting things doesn’t matter as much as the change in energy while pursuing them — not about the material stuff, but it is about shifting energy, living consciously and that the Universe is here to serve us, not fight against us.
Living a happy journey, shifting energy, and changing our mindset
Living more aware, awake and alive, and living a happy journey. A spoon bending workshop, evidence of a physical transformation before your eyes and physical experience of what it means to shift energy, and how our mindset needs shifting from Newtonian physics. The relational field with all people at the spoon bending workshop, and shifting energy in life, and presence.
Silence, presence, and those 2 Billion bits of information
How cultivating presence with yourself allows you to be more present with others, starting to feel things before a person says it, and how being open to information allows us to register more. Liebowoitz says that our brains take in 2 Billion bits of information/sec, but our conscious mind only registers 2,000 of them, so we’re not aware of so much information in relativity. Most judgment is self-judgment, people are a mirror for us, and in a perfect universe, there are no accidents. Learning from triggers, Liebowitz’s shamanic work, and how and why he is moving towards more group work ahead, facilitating,