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“The truth is heart-centered. The truth just beams from your master source of intelligence, which is your intuition.”
Kyle Brown was fully invested in the hustle culture. He played competitive water polo in college and was also a competitive bodybuilder. His lifestyle revolved around pushing and going and everything he did was focused around competition and competing against himself. But that all changed in January 2019 when Kyle got sick to the point of near-death.
He was diagnosed with double pneumonia. He had sepsis too and his organs were shutting down. Until this point, Kyle was a healthy, strong individual who was 5% lean all year around. He didn’t take any kind of pharmaceuticals and he believed mind over matter was enough to push through anything.
Suddenly, Kyle was faced with a situation that his default approach couldn’t solve. He had to surrender and hope that antibiotics would save his life.
In this moment of surrender, Kyle realized that his striving lifestyle was actually digging a grave. He began asking different questions… Was there a better way to live? In the process, Kyle discovered a new path to health and balance - a journey we explore in this powerful episode.
“The mind serves its purpose but it is not the master communicator, nor the master of intellect.”
Kyle Brown has empowered busy entrepreneurs for roughly two decades to break down barriers to achieve physical, mental, and emotional mastery. This is a process he calls Rapid Harmony. World changers, top CEOs, Fortune 500 companies, professional and Olympic athletes, and countless celebrities have worked with Kyle to develop a sustainable, fit, happy, peaceful, aligned and balanced lifestyle. Kyle is also the CEO and creator of FIT 365®, an all-natural, delicious, gourmet meal in a shake.
In this episode, Kyle and I explore:
- What is EFT tapping?
- How healing can happen instantaneously.
- The power of acknowledging your radio station.
- Cultivating self-trust and surrender.
- Kyle’s near-death story and how it transformed his perspective on life.
- How to create a surrendered lifestyle and way of being.
- Healing guilt and shame with EFT.
- Why anger is a key part of any transformation.
- A simple practice for exposing your inner critic.
- Why it’s not selfish to receive.
- And more...
“You have to be pissed off with the status quo enough to want to change.”
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