In the 21st century world, people make the mistake of not wanting to be vulnerable, and they miss out on so much. How do we overcome this and get the most value out of life? What is the ecstasy of a sore toe? How do you keep your skeletal system balanced? On this episode, Jon Turk shares his amazing life story and talks about how he stays in flow.
You can compensate for than nanosecond loss of reaction time, with this long term mental space. – Jon Turk
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At the start of the show, Jon shared his life story, how he stays in shape and what he eats to stay energized. He also talked about how to follow and find your power, and how to connect with the tundra. We also talked about the importance of vulnerability, and why so many people miss out on it. Towards the end of the show, we talked about how to get through barriers. Jon also shared insights on;
- His time in Siberia
- The ecstasy of a sore toe
- The reciprocal relationship we have with nature
You have to draw your power from everywhere, not just physical or emotional. If you want to realize and effectualize your power to reach your optimal performance, you have to go in and find out the different parts of you and integrate them. You have to combine everything, and when you combine everything into a whole it’s completely glorious. Flow is being the moment and accepting everything that happens. As long as you can find yourself and not react emotionally, you’re going to be able to go through life and see it for what it really is vs. how we’re programmed to see it. Guest Bio Jon received his Ph.D. in chemistry in 1971 and worked in theoretical research and then in environmental education. Following internal callings, Jon gradually abandoned academics to engage in extreme adventures all over the world. His two-year voyage around the North Pacific Rim was named by Paddler Magazine as one of the ten greatest sea kayaking expeditions of all times. His circumnavigation of Ellesmere with Erik Boomer was nominated in 2012 by National Geographic as one of the world’s “Top Ten Adventures of the Year” and was also awarded “Expedition of the Year” by Canoe and Kayak Magazine. Jon’s world-view was transformed through his five year friendship with Moolynaut, a 100 year old Siberian shaman. This physical and mental adventure is chronicled in “The Raven’s Gift”. Jon’s newest book, “Crocodiles and Ice: A Journey into Deep Wild” represents a continuing exploration of a Consciousness Revolution based on a deep, reciprocal communication with the Earth. Go to www.JonTurk.net for more information. To Get Your FREE COPY of the Amazon Best Seller: The Definitive Testosterone Replacement Therapy MANual, Click Here! The TRT MANual has helped hundreds of thousands of men around the world reclaim their health and vitality. Don’t suffer in silence a moment longer! As an added bonus, upon finishing the book-once you provide a Thoughtful, High Quality Review on Amazon (hopefully 5 STAR), we will send you our new unreleased eBook 7 Lies You’ve Been Told About Testosterone for FREE.* (To receive book, email email@example.com a screenshot of your posted review and request a copy of the book.) PS. Ready to Feel the focus of the World’s Most Powerful OTC Nootropic-EMF?