Are you sitting down? Okay, good. Well, I have some fantastic news for you. Many of us, myself included, read physical books less and less these days. In place of physical books, many now listen to their books as audio books while on a jog, in the car, around the house, commuting by train, etc... So, it is with great excitement that I get to announce that Living For A Living is now available on Audible.com as an audio book!
I spent many hours in the recording studio recording this book that is near and dear to my heart. I personally believe that we are all here on purpose, and moving into that purpose is the key to actually living for a living, as opposed to living only to survive. This is why I wanted to get this book out as an audio book as well. In this episode of The Love Cast, I share a sample chapter with you to hear so you can decide if you'd like to get an audio copy for yourself or a loved one. Give this episode a careful listen, and then get your audio copy of Living For A Living HERE.
From evangelical Christianity to becoming a poet and speech pathologist to walking the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage across Spain, to being one of only two hundred women on Earth who are married to a Roman Catholic priest, poet Rebecca Bayles shares her inspired and unlikely story on this week's episode of The Love Cast. Give it an enthusiastic listen. You'll be glad you did:)
We've all heard that religion and politics shouldn't mix, but what about love and politics?
As a student of history, we can see that the marriage of religion and politics have yielded some of the world's darkest of ages, the worst forms of tribalism, nationalism, hypocrisy, control, etc... We still see this in our current political situation today. With that said, is there any place for a politics motivated by love? Is public service a 'no-go' zone for spiritually attuned and love motivated people? Is public office less 'spiritual' than other professions? In this episode of The Love Cast, I had the privilege of interviewing U.S. Congressional candidate David Kim about his decision to run for Congress. Give this episode an open minded listen.
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal & Taylor have a conversation about the fundamental difference between the energy and essence of a beggar and a creator. Taylor talks about how she is observing this profound energy difference (beggar vs creator) in the classroom as an educator. Jamal & Taylor also share a closer look at what they are personally creating in their lives and relationship together, and the challenges that a couple in a relationship can have when one person operates from the energy of a creator, and the other operates from the energy of a beggar. Give this episode a listen and enjoy!
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal shares why the profession of 'coaching' isn't a profession that one simply chooses, rather, it is a profession that chooses you. The term 'coach' should not be taken lightly as one chooses a job for the sake of pay and good benefits. Like anyone who wishes to be an agent of healing and restoration in the world, one must dive into the critical work of self transformation for this to become a reality. Jamal shares a bit of his own personal story regarding how this occurred in his life. Give this episode a careful listen...
Is it possible for Christianity and Metaphysics to co-exist together? Do the teachings of Jesus and Eastern traditions have anything in common? What place does energy healing and clearing Chakras have within the Christian tradition? What about reincarnation? Is there any evidence of this belief within early Christianity and within the Bible?
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal has a fascinating conversation with New Testament scholar and Metaphysics practitioner Rev. Dr. Katy Valentine about what Metaphysics is, how it can aid in the healing process, and how metaphysics can co-exist within Christianity. You won't want to miss this conversation.
P.S. After listening to this episode, Katy would like to bless the listeners with a free gift.
Can you imagine living life consistently unafraid and with a continual sense of peace?
Can you imagine living life with a sense of perpetual abundance and provision?
Can you imagine waking up each morning and going through each day feeling light, joyful, and energetic?
Can you imagine always feeling aware of how much you are loved and accepted?
Can you imagine experiencing your daily life in an undistracted way, full of presence?
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal & Taylor have a conversation about stage four of the awakening process (the stage of awakening) and why living this way is completely in the realm of possibility for us all. Give this episode a careful listen...
"I'm not the one causing your pain and suffering, I'm just the one pointing it out...The energy you're spending resisting what is could be spent on your healing..."
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal & Taylor talk about one of the most powerful and healing stages of the awakening process...Surrender. Give this episode a careful listen...
Are our desires good? Can we have unhealthy desires? What is the connection between desire and intention? In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal & Taylor address the nature of healthy desire and unhealthy desire as it relates to the power of intention. We also end the podcast by asking a very important question. Give this episode a careful listen...
While pain is a part of life, suffering is completely optional. We were not designed for suffering, and it is entirely possible to live a life free of suffering. In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal and Taylor discuss the secret to taking control of life and ending needless suffering once and for all. Give this episode a careful listen from beginning to end.
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal & Taylor have a vulnerable conversation about the first and lowest stage of the awakening process...victimhood. Jamal & Taylor also talk about how religion and society erroneously teach people to look outside of themselves for the solution to the crisis of victimhood which can only be found within. Give this episode a listen.
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal's wife Taylor flips the script, takes over the The Love Cast, and asks Jamal probing questions about his new book 'Living For A Living'. This podcast conversation also veers into a couple of controversial topics regarding why the evangelical preoccupation with the 'afterlife' keeps many people from truly living for a living, and also some insight into why Jamal is passionate about the hidden history behind Mary Magdalene. Give this episode a listen and enjoy!
Are you living for a living?
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal announces the release of his new book, Living For A Living, that releases today on Amazon. In this episode, Jamal talks about why this book had to be written, why this book will radically change your life, and why your help is needed. Give this episode a careful listen.
Was Jesus poor? Is it more spiritual to be poor?
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal interviews renowned and paradigm shifting artist David Hayward (Naked Pastor) about how his former religious views about money and possessions led him to financial struggle and suffering until he began to see money as spiritual. Now, as a result of a shift in his thinking about money, David makes a living doing art, writing, and helping others break out of limiting belief systems. This is a fascinating conversation that you don't want to miss.
Jamal & Taylor get married!
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal and Taylor, fresh off their wedding and honeymoon, share some behind the scenes details about their wedding and honeymoon, the power of intention, and they also share their written vows as well. Whether you are single or in a relationship, this vulnerable podcast conversation will speak directly to you. Give this a careful listen...
Is it an accident that most of the people that excel and live the most impactful and fulfilling lives have coaches? I don't believe that's an accident at all. In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal interviews former UCLA All American tight end and first round NFL draft pick Paul Bergman about how good coaching, (and bad coaching), has deeply affected his life to this very day. Paul also goes on to talk about why he believes that everyone could benefit from coaching of some kind. Give this episode a careful listen...
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal interviews renowned life coach Lucas Gifford about the beauty of true masculinity. Lucas is the creator of the dynamic program for men called The Masterheart Man.
In this episode, Lucas talks about why most men are allowing their shadow masculine essence run their lives as opposed to their highest masculine essence. As a result, many men are living as little boys wrapped in an adult man's body. This manifests as either powerlessness and impotence (emotionally, spiritually, physically), or as a tyrant and bully. Both are manifestations of toxic masculinity.
Within each man is also a feminine essence, yet many men are unaware of this and have a dysfunctional relationship with the feminine essence in themselves and in their relationships which prevents them from assuming the role of lover they are destined to be. Give this significant episode a careful listen.
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal kicks off a brand new season of podcasts with a paradigm shifting interview with investment & wealth services guru Brandon Chase.
What does 'stewardship' have to do with knowing you are loved? What does stewardship have to do with being present in relationships? What does stewardship have to do with the posture of your body? Everything! In this interview, Brandon gives us an entirely new and rare grid to see stewardship through. Brandon shares how we are all stewards, and true stewardship goes beyond money and is really about how we steward presence, love, and relationships. Our relationship with money is simply a mirror of this reality.
Brandon Chase is First Vice President, Investments for Beacon Hill Wealth Services of Raymond James in Fort Worth. He is a Certified Financial Planner Professional (CFP®), and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA™). He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.B.A. in Finance from Texas Christian University.
He serves on numerous Boards and Committees in his community - aligning with missions that work to support children; social justice; and in fighting the long term rehabilitation gap in the continuum of care for rescued sex trafficked minors.
Brandon is a diehard Texas Rangers and TCU fan, and in his free time enjoys golf, fitness and yoga, and traveling to unique worldwide destinations.
He is a self-published author and writer at www.brandonchase.net, and hosts the Real Life Radio podcast.
Brandon is married to his high school sweetheart, Marie, and they have two daughters: McKinley and Delaney.
Give this interview a careful listen...
This is a special episode of The Love Cast as I interview my girlfriend Taylor about the current status of our relationship. In this episode, we update the listeners about the new season we have entered into, some vulnerable issues that have come up, and how we are experiencing healing together. Grab a cup of coffee and give this episode a listen.
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal talks about why adding a comma to the name of God can make all the difference in knowing how to perceive the divine in everything, especially within our own desires. Is the name of God: "I am that I am,
or is it
"I am THAT, (yes) I am?"
Give this episode a careful listen and enjoy.
Contrary to popular opinion, did you know that Jesus almost never healed people? Yes, I am drawing my conclusions from the bible. I know this sounds discouraging, but bear with me. It's very important that we realize who is really responsible for healing. (Hint: it's not Jesus). Give this entire episode a careful listen before reacting. The essence of this will be key for your own healing.
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal has an enlightening conversation with singer / songwriter Brady Toops about how conscious romantic (intimate) relationships can be essential to our healing and wholeness. In this conversation, personal stories are discussed to illustrate how these kinds of relationships cause us to look into the mirror at ourselves, accept who we are, our vulnerabilities, and move beyond ego and into true love. Give this episode a careful listen.
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal interviews the founders of relationshipproject.org (and former professional hip hop dancers) Jake & Taylor Aller about their relationship and the essential insights they have learned on their journey. In this interview, Jake & Taylor share vulnerably and personally about how they have learned to find beauty and healing by delving into the depths of their insecurities together, they talk openly about sexual difficulties and sexual healing, and how they have learned to expand and change their definition of sex along the way. Lastly, Jake & Taylor also talk about how conflict, when approached as a team, can be the greatest asset to any relationship. This conversation is for mature ears. Give it a listen and enjoy!
This episode of The Love Cast is the second part of an epic two part interview with renown songwriter & life coach Trina Harmon. Trina has written songs that have topped the charts in the music industry and she has also done extensive writing for artists like Jessica Simpson, Nick Lachey, Amy Grant, Vince Gill, Kellie Coffey, and many others. Due to the suffering and pain that is all too common among artists in the creative arts industry, Trina began to develop a passion for life coaching as a way to help alleviate the suffering that she was confronted with. Give this eye opening conversation a careful listen and enjoy!
In this episode of The Love Cast, Jamal shares some changes that are coming to The Love Cast podcast, and also part one of an epic two part interview with renown songwriter & life coach Trina Harmon. Trina has written songs that have topped the charts in the music industry and she has also done extensive writing for artists like Jessica Simpson, Nick Lachey, Amy Grant, Vince Gill, Kellie Coffey, and many others. Due to the suffering and pain that is all too common among artists in the creative arts industry, Trina began to develop a passion for life coaching as a way to help alleviate the suffering that she was confronted with. This is part 1 of a two part interview.