Quinn Welychka On The Entrepreneur Mindset & Founding His Brand bCLUTCH

Quinn Welychka On The Entrepreneur Mindset & Founding His Brand bCLUTCH

In this episode of The Mindful Steward Podcast I had the chance to catch up with Quinn Welychka, a childhood friend of mine who grew up around the corner from me. About three years ago Quinn dove head first into self-boss life, launching his company bCLUTCH. bCLUTCH is a clothing brand offering premium lifestyle clothing and athletic wear. His unique designs in combination with an exclusive/limited release business model have allowed him stand out in a crowded market, growing his brand, business and following while capitalizing on a lucrative niche. In this episode we dive into the mindset of an entrepreneur, the story of creating bCLUTCH, and everything a long the way.

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What Mindfulness Is And Why You Should Try It

What Mindfulness Is And Why You Should Try It

Contrary to its popular understanding, modern mindfulness is, in fact, a topic that dives much deeper than the simple act of meditation. It’s a holistic view of mental wellness, rooted in the physical health of mind & body, meaningful living, and becoming conscious of the messages flowing through our mind. Learning to consciously guide or allow them, without providing them enough power to dictate our actions. It is human nature to experience reality in the form of emotions, although it is in the understanding that we are greater than these thoughts and feelings where our human power truly resides.

“We’re addicted to our beliefs; we’re addicted to the emotions of our past. We see our beliefs as truths, and not as ideas that we can change.” – Joe Dispenza

In our world, there is no problem that can be solved from the same level of consciousness as it was created. A change in results requires a change in approach. Being mindful of this reality is the starting point of change. It is a special form of awareness which we can then follow with action and intent. Without first developing an awareness for who we are, why we do what we do, and why we think what we think, the search for true purpose and meaning will remain an uphill battle. This special form of consciousness alone is a proven contributor to happiness and satisfaction. Slow and steady progress toward reinforcing new patterns, new beliefs, and new habits is how true transformation takes place. This is how we learn to live in accordance with our true purpose, following our intuition before succumbing to the influences in our external reality.

How To Practice Mindfulness

You can blend mindfulness into your life through a variety of methods. The only thing you have to do is choose one, or a set of them that is right for you. The following is a simple list of some of the top practices to help any individual person foster consciousness in their life, living more mindfully along the way:

  1. Meditation. For myself and many others, this is #1 for a very good reason. It is the most powerful and direct way to become conscious of our thoughts. Forcing ourselves to slow down provides the opportunity to listen to our thoughts free of distraction. It’s an activity that over time, will strengthen our ability to then control and acknowledge these emotions, experiences, and states of being. In recent years, the physiological, as well as mental benefits, are beginning to become very clear, now backed by the science of health and wellness. Just like anything else, meditation is an art and a skill. Be patient with yourself and you will slowly but surely observe noted improvements in your practice. Improvements that will benefit all areas of your life.
  2. Sport and activity. Being physically engaged, especially in any kind of intense activity has a special ability to lock our attention to the present moment. Sports bring our mind into a flow state where we can process information incredibly quickly. It’s a state where we are free of emotions, feelings, and attachments that reside in the past or future. They wake us into where we are in the ‘here and now’. As a general rule, if you practice any form of true presence often, your life will transform. Wherever you are, truly be there. Focus on the turns you are making while skiing, focus on the weights you are lifting at the gym and focus on the people you are with instead of the people on your phone. Presence is powerful, your brain and relationships will thank you.
  3. Journal and foster self-awareness. Perhaps the best thing any person can do is work to understand and master who they are. Learn why you do what you do, and the patterns in your life you may be blind to. As humans, we truly are creatures of habit, and our thoughts are indeed the result of this aspect in our nature. Learn your habits, and learn how to change them. Teach your body and teach your mind what you want it to learn. Everything in life is a choice, choose who you are going to be by understanding who you are and where you are at.
  4. Express yourself. One of the easiest ways to love yourself is to be yourself. We live in a world where distractions are abundant and they are everywhere. Expressing who you are and living in alignment with the things that truly make you happy is a really special thing. People who live like this are loved and appreciated for who they are, all while exuding rare and authentic energy. Whether you enjoy sport, community, art, or any other form of hobby, embrace your personal form of self-expression. You will learn to appreciate your inner guidance system and truly love the lifestyle of your choosing. Passions boost us in so many ways, and there is never anything wrong with indulging in a healthy activity of self-expression.
  5. Manager your circle of influence. You become are the sum of the greatest influences in your life. Whether consciously or not, the people, the activities, and the idols you choose in life WILL rub off on you. Become conscious of how you spend your time. Who do you communicate with? How do you spend your day? What consumes your energy? Each of these will be important when choosing how you want to be as an individual. For myself personally, this process has improved my life in ways I could never describe with words. Cutting negative forces from people to time on social media can elevate your mindset in ways you previously thought to be impossible.

Although this list is certainly far from exhaustive, it is a great starting point when it comes to transforming your thoughts, beliefs and your mind. So often in life we believe we are at the effect of the world. I personally know this to be untrue. We, as individuals, are the cause of our world. Our thoughts shape our intent, our actions and our energy. Great things come to people who exude great energy. Focus on being happy and healthy and you will draw more of this toward. Mindfulness is not an end, it is a means to an end. Use it as a tool to living your authenticity and embracing your purpose. The science is out, mindfulness is good, and because of this, it is growing.

To sum all of this up, I think there is one question that lays this out very simply and effectively: if there was one thing you could do for a few minutes every day to change your life, would you? And if not, why?

“Our life is shaped by our mind, for we become what we think” – Buddha


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Ross Cameron On Meditation, Holistic Wellness & Nutrition

Ross Cameron On Meditation, Holistic Wellness & Nutrition

Ross is an incredibly insightful person to chat with when it comes to all things wellness. In this episode, Ross and I had the chance to discuss the story of how his interest in this realm of health was first sparked, his views on meditation and mindfulness, as well as practical approaches to eating a more nutritionally abundant diet.

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For those who prefer to read, you can find the podcast episodes transcript below:

Sean Grabowski:

Hey guys, thanks for tuning into this new episode of the mindful steward podcast. I’m still kind of writing a little bit of a high right now. I just finished recording an episode with my friend Ross Cameron. I think it turned out really good. We touched on a lot of cool things. So Ross is a meditation coach and a meditation teacher and he is a holistic nutritionist and just in general, he knows a lot of stuff about a lot of stuff and I find him really interesting to chat with. One of the reasons I wanted to have him on this episode is to kind of discuss and also demonstrate that a lot of these things like nutrition and taking care of yourself and more in particular mindfulness for whatever reason, they’re kind of seen as these topics that are not masculine. They’re kind of a feminine thing to be interested in. And I think those are really false ways to look at it. I know I used to look at things that way too. But there’s absolutely tons of space in the masculine sphere to care about your thoughts and care about your feelings and care about your health and your wellness. And I think they actually really help guys like myself and anybody else to actually have more masculine purpose in their life. So I don’t think that they’re a bad thing whatsoever and it’s always cool to learn more about that kind of stuff, at least for me. So if you are enjoying the show, please subscribe wherever you are listening. It just helps me get these platforms to be willing to show this to more new people. And I’m also finally getting really close to releasing these meditation resources that I keep talking about. So there’s gonna be some guided meditations and there’s going to be some ebook stuff. So those are coming out soon and then you can stay on top of that. So I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did.

Sean Grabowski:

Cool. Yeah, I’m excited for this episode because, well, basically when I, so we have a mutual friend mouth and I ran into her and she was kind of just asking some pretty good questions about what my podcast was about when we were chatting about it. And my response was something like really nonchalant, like, yeah, I don’t know. It’s just someplace where I talk to cool people about stuff. And she kind of continued to grill me and I finally realized, I don’t even think she really realized she was grilling me, but I felt like that in the moment. And I kind of finally realized that my goal with this is to kind of showcase that mindfulness is not really this feminine topic because I personally at least see that society kind of perceives it that way. There aren’t many guys who are openly talking about it yet. It’s really a growing movement. But I think that is still something that a lot of typical dudes think about when it comes to mindfulness. That’s the way they see it. And I brought that up and that was basically my answer. And she recommended that I connect with you and that we make an episode. So you are meditation teacher. You’re a holistic nutritionist. You’re, you’re really involved with a lot of these well-rounded kind of health and wellness approaches. So I’m really interested in that stuff. I don’t do any of those things for a living. So that’s where it’s kind of interesting because you’re a lot deeper than I am, but I know the surface level of most of the things that you and I have talked about. So it’s cool to chat with you and kind of hear the really deep aspects of all of it. Like the really deep nutrition tips.

Ross Cameron:

And as much as I know, I know nothing at all. I can say that for sure. I’m still thousands upon thousands, millions, trillions that is still out there that I still have to learn, you know. And what’s the saying like a wise man knows he knows nothing at all. And in that case, I’d like to consider myself wise because I literally know nothing at all. So hopefully I can share, should’ve been tips and pointers. And what have you. But yeah, shout out to Mel quick because she’s a total goddess and I’m happy that she connected us and that we were able to do this because here we are and just chatting and talking about mindfulness and like you mentioned such a interesting topic. Whether among men, men, humans in general, cause there’s more to it than meets the eye and that’s for certain.

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah, absolutely. And I’m blown away by mindfulness. You know, the story of my website is actually pretty, pretty funny because I picked the name of it, the mindful steward, which is now the podcast literally because I had friends who were kind of, they were spiritual writers, they were basically yoga instructors who wrote a lot. And I knew that I was writing a lot more and I wanted them to be able to share their stuff on my website. So I picked a brand that suited their content and it didn’t even suit me at all. And now more in the last year and a half or so, I’ve got really into mindfulness, I’m going to say two years. So it’s really a funny story because I’ve had this domain, I’ve had this brand and I wasn’t even into it until like two years in. But now I get to connect with people like you and whatnot. So it’s pretty awesome. But yeah, so there’s a lot of different people who I meet who have kind of dove into meditation or they’ve explored these different things. But I would say for the most part, there’s kind of this moment in people’s lives where they finally realize that they need to do something about where they’re at or they need to deal with something that’s going on in their life. So I know you’ve kind of told me the story, if you wanted to touch on how you dove into this kind of content that’d be awesome.

Ross Cameron:

The line in the sand moment, if you will. Right. Life life-changing was a. I guess for me, maybe like some people maybe not. But in order to really live, I think some people have to be faced with death. And for me, that came in the form of losing my mother. And so to me, my mother was the person who I loved the absolute most in the world. She was caring, nurturing as most mothers are. But she just took it to another level really. And I’m so grateful that she was in my life, of course, in my teen years, you know, I wasn’t as grateful, but that’s in the past now I guess. And I’ve forgiven myself for that as well. Huge part of healing in general. So I think the two cards that I was given, let’s use a poker reference. I was given the mortality card and the immortality card, so mortality in the sense that our life as human beings is impermanent. We have a finite existence in this human form at least. And let’s take advantage of that. Where I was at before in my life, I was sort of just really engaged in the party atmosphere and, and drugs and alcohol and what have you. And it was sort of a type of escapism of me knowing my true soul and my true purpose in this life. And it took losing my mother to sort of realize that. And to wake up essentially. So the immortality card was, was the one that hit pretty hard because essentially I wanted to be there when, when my mom passed away and I left school so I could be with her. And the best advice I’ve ever been given was from her. And it was follow your heart. And in that moment it’s sort of just, it took over my whole being and I’ve sort of lived my life in accordance to that wisdom. I think when people are close to death, the, they’re closer to source energy or God or universal intelligence, whatever you want to call it. And through my mother, she was giving you that message of wisdom to follow my heart and live through my heart, which we can touch on with mindfulness as well and the heart later. But yes, it was that when, when she passed away, the moment I saw it was, was or not even saw it, but I felt it on an energetic level, on every layer of my beings that this is not all there is. We are more than human beings. We are mortal. Energy cannot be created nor destroyed. Therefore you’ve actually never been born. You can never die, which is a really awesome quote from one of the founders of one of the schools I said, the modern mystery school. We can touch on that as well.

Sean Grabowski:

Um that was the meditation school that you went to?

Ross Cameron:

Yeah, so it’s sort of like advanced training, but a whole bunch of different courses from like astral travel, sacred geometry they have healing classes and, and defense classes and just a great spectrum of the whole industry of spirituality. Cool. Not even industry though the life really, right. Cause we’re all, we’re all spiritual beings and whether you believe in that or not is it is an aspect of every, every person on some layer, on some level and in order for people to actually fully and truly heal, we can get into later. But there was a doctor, Dr. Kelly Turner, she did research on spontaneous remission, which I started to look into after my mom passed away because I didn’t really have any qualms about how to go about healing at that point. I was still in escapism, but now that I’ve started to research and study holistic nutrition and studied manifestation of disease, so she had brain cancer, which essentially is cancer in general is a cell that is enabled to perform apoptosis and it’s unable to die and then it proliferates and it grows at a rapid rate because of DNA mutation as well as there’s a list of factors. But environmental, the energetic environment of the person has to be right for cancer to fit. And from a metaphysical level its inability to let go and sorta started looking at the full spectrum of holistic health and what that has to do with your wellbeing. You know. And so there’s this doctor Dr. Kelly Turner who looked at radical, spontaneous remission and one of the core factors for anybody who healed and from this is not just from like any old, let’s say cardiovascular disease or heart attack. This is, this is illnesses that have a very, very low life expectancy, brain cancers, pancreatic cancers, neurodegenerative diseases, and essentially one of the core foundations for people to find healing is things like developing a strong reason for living, releasing negative suppressed emotions and having some sort of spiritual connection. So for me, that really hit that nail on the head, you know?

Sean Grabowski:

Interesting. So would that count as a religious practice of any sort?

Ross Cameron:

Yeah, so not at all religious. I mean all religions have good core values, you know what I mean? Treat other people the way you want to be treated. The golden rule, that’s pretty much it. The mystery school in general speaking on, I guess their behalf as a representative, as a student, it would be good aspects from all religions, let’s say, but non dogmatic.

Sean Grabowski:

Okay.

Ross Cameron:

The core teachings is about knowing who you are, knowing thyself and in that study, it’s a lifelong study, right? We’re always learning. We’re always growing. And for anyone to say that they’re ever satisfied in knowledge, you know, I’d like to question them a little bit more than that, but um. You know, it’s, it’s just a practice that that has become my life and it’s an adventure to say the least.

Sean Grabowski:

Awesome. I like that response. I find it kind of interesting because spirituality, I’m starting to reach a point where I’m going to try and use that word less just so that people who kind of look at that word a certain way, don’t immediately discount what I’m talking about. You know? Cause there is a lot of that going on. But one of my friends who I found the podcast, my friend Brooke, she said it so well, and this is kind of, this is something that I repeat all the time now, but spirituality isn’t just an answer, you know, it’s a tool to help you be, do you be something better or to help you create something better. Right. And we talked about this a little bit the last time we were hanging out. But this seems like such an obscure topic to put into practice, but it’s, it’s so simple when you hear it. And basically something that I’ve, I think really drew me to this kind of content is just this realization that we always seem to distance ourselves from the things that we want in a way where we say, I’ll be happy once I have all these things. You know, I’ll be successful once I have all these things. I’ll be this social butterfly who feels confident who will do whatever I want to do in life once I have all these things layered out. But from a very, very practical viewpoint, you don’t have to be looking at this through some spiritual lens. The people who are thriving and doing amazing things, this is very obvious in my friendships at least. And I’m sure I notice it everywhere ever since I’ve been paying attention. But they’re the people who put all those feelings and those emotions and those practices first, they just become awesome and they focus on ‘being’ everything that they want to re reflect it back at them from the world.

Ross Cameron:

Exactly.

Sean Grabowski:

You know, and I think that’s where spirituality comes in. You know, you don’t have to look at it as if there’s some crazy out there thing. It’s just how do you get more out of life for sure. That’s the way I look at it.

Ross Cameron:

Exactly. And as you mentioned it, it was like the destination syndrome, right? I, I’m only going to be happy if I have X. I’m only going to be happy if I have Y, Z, whatever. I think Dr. Joe Dispenza puts it the absolute best as you can’t wait for your healing to feel whole. You can’t wait for your riches to feel abundant. And just more than that, you know. Life’s about, as crazy as it sounds, it’s at the core level, subatomic particles, it’s about vibration and frequency. So if you can attune yourself to that frequency of let’s say, abundance or happiness or love or joy or courage or what have you, you attune yourself to that and you feel those emotions and you embody it and have it radiate through your whole being. The universe works as magic and I can only say that from experience because it continues to happen and it continues to show up in ways that is totally unexpected. I mean, even meeting you like it was just a glorious opportunity that, you know, I can sort of now share my views on the world and my outlook as I enter into the wellness field. I’ve been in it for about two years now, but I’ve dove in it and I’ve really taken the time to you know, not only research, but experiment within my own being and make sure everything is working for myself. What works, what doesn’t work, how am I learning, how am I growing? I mean, the true true meaning of the word education is adjuco which actually means to learn from within. So it’s really, really funny how people, yeah, people nowadays, they’ll be like, do you have a degree in this? Do you have a, you’re getting that, Oh, you dropped it a school or this, not the other. It’s just sort of a social conditioning, let’s say to go to school. But the true learning comes from within. And if you want, I could talk about the meditation aspect too.

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah, absolutely. I was going to segue into that pretty shortly anyway.

Ross Cameron:

So there we are. So, yeah. So basically the word meditation B actually means comes from the word, which means to become familiar with. So you’re becoming familiar with your subconscious mind, the unconscious mind, what thoughts are underlying in your life, what thoughts could be potentially holding you back from reaching that frequency of abundance or, or happiness or joy or what have you. You’re becoming familiar with the mind. And I know we like to say mindfulness, but in a sense, I like to say mindlessness, right? Because I’ll give you this quick question. Is named me something that essentially your mind is a… This is a teaching from the mystery school, by the way, one of the, one of the ones that has significantly changed my life and I live my life by as well as name me something good that has come from your mind.

Sean Grabowski:

I’m want to go with courage.

Ross Cameron:

Okay. I, I love that answer, but let’s just stem from where that comes from and it would actually be your heart, right? So the whole teaching is nothing good comes from your mind. It comes from your heart and your minds. Single like use, I guess you could say in the, in the most positive way is to interpret your heart and have it flow into existence. So anytime you’re listening to the mind over the heart, there could be a discord or disease in your life. And that’s been proven. I mean, Tony Robbins looked at, I forget the actual school of study that he was looking at. I think it was a heart math in San Francisco. And essentially it looks at the brainwave States in congruence with the heart wave States. And essentially when those two are in alignment, you’re in more States of joy, more States of happiness, playfulness, as opposed to when the, when the two are tuned to different signwaves. So different frequencies I guess you could say is that disease and discord in someone’s life. And you could, you could spiral it down even further and then go potentially anxiety, potentially depression. And it all has to do, not to put the whole mental health industry under one leaf here, but it essentially has to do at its core with not living in alignment. And there’s so many more factors to that. The world is crazy and I totally understand that. But at its core in yourself and who you are, it’s not living in alignment with your heart. And as a guy, that’s crazy to say as well, right? Because we told to not share our emotions and whatnot and what have you. But to be honest, since I started doing that, life has been amazing.

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah. Yeah. And I mean, I can resonate with that a lot. Just before I go on my little mini rant, I was going to mention actually, so I was on Quartz yesterday night. It’s like a business website. Okay. And I came across this article about the science of vibrations shows how everything is connected. So this is a legitimate business website talking about findings in legitimate scientific research, showing that things that are vibrating at the same frequencies come together. Things that spend so much time together slowly come down to a similar frequencies, all of this stuff. So I found that really interesting. I actually was gonna send you it last night, but I’ll send you it after this.

Ross Cameron:

Yeah, please do.

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah, I will. But yeah, I can, I can, I really resonate with that because I think one, it’s almost a blessing and a curse, but it’s been almost a struggle that I think I finally slowly figured out. But I spent a lot of my adolescent years just really obsessed with snowboarding and it’s because I was having a decent amount of success in that sport. But now…

Ross Cameron:

It’s where your heart was, right?

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah, exactly. And I couldn’t even describe the amount of obsession I had. It’s kind of a mix of the word obsession and passion. Like I was obsessed, but I loved doing it so much. But then I was kind of like shielding myself from problems in my life by just focusing on snowboarding. And it kind of slowly became something a little different. And I kind of was being told I need to go to contests. There was a certain point where it wasn’t just me doing it out of pure alignment, but so I kind of fell out of it. But just the fact that I was able to experience that for so long, I kind of came into the work, the world of the professional world, you know, trying to get a career and whatnot and I couldn’t bring myself to do anything that I didn’t like doing. And it’s because I’ve experienced that. It’s like when you’re in alignment and you know that your every moment of everything you’re doing has a purpose that you’re really passionate about. It’s the best feeling ever. And I feel like it’s almost as high that I’ve been chasing ever since snowboarding. I mean, I talk about snowboarding as if it’s in my past. Like I love somewhere, I go all the time, but it’s not the same. You know, that that was a, I was a young dude when I didn’t have any cares and worries in the world and I just did what I wanted and I worked as much as I could. I made enough money to snowboard all winter and stuff was a different time, you know? But sure, that alignment is amazing for your mind. You feel great, you feel happy and you connect with people who are just like you.

Ross Cameron:

And, and I’m just going to reiterate what you said. You had no cares and no worries in the world. Imagine what it would be like to live with no worries and no cares, right?

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah.

Ross Cameron:

Throughout your daily life to for sure?

Sean Grabowski:

No stress ever. Yeah. It’s it’s interesting. Like I was telling you how I deactivated Instagram for a few weeks. So I just personally need a little detox because I just felt overwhelmed and realistically I’ve been, I’ve been grinding on a lot of different things in the last few months and I hit this point where I didn’t really know what I was doing at for anymore and I started having a hard time actually getting down to being productive on all these things and I almost needed to detach from all of them and detach from Instagram, just kind of all external influences and just remember what I care about right now. And it was so good for me, you know, just a two or three week time span and I feel like I’m back in that state. So it’s, it’s a good thing to prioritize. You know, I was like floating out of all your external stimuli and you’re just centered yourself and got in tune with yourself.

Ross Cameron:

Yeah. Like a longterm float on a smaller scale. Yeah.

Sean Grabowski:

That makes sense. Okay. So I have a lot of questions for you. I mean, cool man. Let’s do it. This could go on for hours. We’re going to try keep it a little shorter. But sweet. Yeah. So what do you think kind of drew you towards specifically meditation and yeah, so I guess it was what they call synchronicity or what they call coincidence. Let’s say I saw a year actually after my mom had passed away. So in this year, you know, I started to do some personal research on holistic nutrition and how I would actually go about healing someone or even just myself. My mom was a biology teacher, so one of the core lessons of biology is that adapt to survive type thing. The Charles Darwin thing. Not that I agree with everything Darren says, but that one’s a good one. So to clue in, to have that awareness to adapt and survive. If something happened to her, something that could potentially happen to me, let’s see what I can do to mitigate that experience and eliminate it from my life essentially. So I went to a meditation that was synchronistically, if that’s a word align on the exact year anniversary that my mom had passed away and I wasn’t going to go to it. I, I was called to go to it, but you know, just, I had to sort of sit with it a little bit. It will say, and I called my buddy, I’m just like, do you want to come? He said, no. I said, all right, you know what? I just got to do this. I had to do it. And I’m not sure if it was a full moon or not, but anyway, I had written a huge poem about my mom and it was totally from the heart and I posted it and I didn’t, it was the first time I had ever sort of came out publicly about my feelings about how I felt about losing my mom. And so that day in that meditation, I was able to share the poem afterwards, of course. But during that meditation I went somewhere else. And by what I mean by that is we had such a visual experience where I’m growing, I’m touching these seeds and with an animal and in the fields and manifesting what my future would look like. I’m looking at a forest with no leaves and then visually building leaves and growth on these trees. And it was by one of my mentors, Alex Hill, and I’ll never forget that day that meditation changed my life because meditation and that moment to me, meant, Oh, you’re not not thinking, you’re using your thought, you’re using your awareness and you’re using these tools to sort of create your reality within this meditative state. And to me that just significantly changed me and made me wonder, maybe I can facilitate this for other people, you know, is the short answer, I guess.

Sean Grabowski:

Okay. So how soon after that did you start kind of guiding sessions on your own?

Ross Cameron:

On my own would be maybe half a year. I started taking a bunch of personal courses with him. He was a teacher at the modern mystery school and lucky for me, I got one on one sessions with him as well. And that’s pretty rare. So I consider myself pretty lucky. And yeah, it’s just like one of those things, like you said with snowboarding, when you’re aligned with it and you’re in your passion, you go for it and you go for it all out, no cares, no worries. Money. I mean I had to get a lot of money in order to sort of like be able to take these classes obviously. Right? Cause there is that energy exchange, but I made it work. That’s all I can say.

Sean Grabowski:

Cool. Cool. Yeah. You know what, that’s one thing that I pointed out in my kind of recap episode is that all the people who I interview seem to have no stress about investing large amounts of money in their personal wellness and their personal growth. And so it’s, it’s just so consistent. I think every single person I’ve had on here has done it.

Ross Cameron:

Right.

Sean Grabowski:

And it’s just, you’re mentioning it, the next person I bring on is going to mention it. It’s just like a constant theme, you know, investing in. Exactly. It’s the energy exchange of it. It’s, it’s really like you’re getting a lot back for what you’re giving.

Ross Cameron:

Exactly.

Sean Grabowski:

You know, it’s like, ..

Ross Cameron:

I think that’s the best investment is in yourself, right?

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah, absolutely man. It’s better than buying whatever else. Yeah. So lose sick $800 coat or something. I don’t know.

Ross Cameron:

Well I do have a nice $800 coat.

Sean Grabowski:

I don’t know, man, when you’re walking around in Toronto and need something like that. I don’t blame anybody.

Ross Cameron:

Shout out to a Wuxley. Quick time. Cause it’s a vegan jacket. I bought it for $777 and it’s the best jacket I’ve ever purchased ever.

Sean Grabowski:

Really?

Ross Cameron:

Oh man. I’ll send you a link. Okay. That’s okay.

Sean Grabowski:

I mean, I’m probably not going to buy one cause I don’t even know why not. Something to learn. I can try and pick which question here. Whatever you’re feeling, man. So yeah. When it comes to your overall wellness, your holistic wellness, if you will what have become your top priorities for feeling fulfilled or, or feeling well in general?

Ross Cameron:

Yeah, for sure. Mmm Hmm. Okay. I’ll give it to you like this. So I have a morning routine and that is the sort of thing that grounds me and keeps me humble and keeps me centered. So the morning routine goes something like this. It’s a variation each morning, depending on how I’m feeling. But we’ll do you wake up in the morning and what’s the first thing you do, is celebrate. You have another day, you have another life. Like that’s something to celebrate in itself. You know, after that is something that I’m gonna trademark. So anyone listening, you can’t copy this until I make my YouTube video. Please. it’s called gas. It’s and it’s an acronym. Gas is, G, a S. S. S. S, couple S’s in there. Whatever.

Sean Grabowski:

It’s a lot of SS man.

Ross Cameron:

I’ve got through to money. Anyway. all right, so gas – G is gratitude. Gratitude is the, for anger, for fear, for hatred. Because there’s no way you can feel grateful and angry simultaneously. It’s just not possible. And so grateful. Look around your room. You have a bed that is an incredible thing, I bet you more than half of the world doesn’t have a comfortable bed like you do. You know what I mean? Roof over your head warm. I’m only saying that because we’re in winter, but you know, water running from your tap. These are all things that we sort of can take it take for granted here at least in North America, right? But gratitude, utter gratitude for your life, for not only the things, but the people in your life too. And the relationships that you build, our relationship, you know, grateful for that, grateful for, for being able to record this podcast. The next one would be feeling abundance because like we have mentioned before, in order to attract abundance, you have to feel abundance first. Next one is awareness. Having the awareness to know that there’s more than meets the eye. There’s, what’s the saying is that we, we, I fall victim to this as well, but you often look around at life and think that what you see is what’s happening. But there’s so much more than meets the eye. In fact, I’ll give you this crazy statistic. We see 0.0035% of the electromagnetic light spectrum. So we see less than 1% of what could potentially be out there. Wow. Yeah. Just, I’ll let you sit with that one. I’ll go down to the s’s.

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah, it’s time losing my mind over here. Have to digest that one.

Ross Cameron:

Me too man. Me too. The S’s or just stuff like self love, self appreciation, self care. You know, I always make sure I tongue scrape, which is essentially like a scraper for your tongue, cleaning your tongue. Flossing. This huge oral care in general is highly I guess not always regarded as a top priority for some people, but it’s huge in terms of holistic health and then those heart affirmations and really setting your energy in ritual form. And so with the mystery school, I’ve been given a set of rituals that I have to not have to, but I choose to each morning choose to do this, to empower myself to feel that power and, and really live my life in accordance to that, in empowerment essentially, amongst some other things. Some rapid breathing. The Wim Hof method, we talked about as well.

Sean Grabowski:

You do that in the mornings?

Ross Cameron:

Yeah. Okay. So great. And then you do a cold shower right after two, two. It’s, yeah, people will talk about coffee but this is like the ultimate ultimate morning experience. If you want that jumpstart, it’s getting the inner fire going. One of my good friends, Steven, who works at Float Toronto actually, he said, he texted me, he said, Hey dude, what did you do this morning to set your soul on fire? And I just think, shit, I didn’t do anything. You know what I mean? I have this huge list of stuff, but I didn’t feel that way fire. Right. So I now do like the Conor McGregor, the arms swings, the flailing, whatever you call it, get my body moving.

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah. I need to look into that. I mean, it’s a bit movement, you know, part, that’s his name.

Ross Cameron:

Ido Portal is basically Conor McGregor’s movement coach and dude as a wizard when it comes to bodily movement. It’s so cool. Anyway get that fire going with the breath, you know, bring it into your diaphragm, bringing it into your intercostals and your ribs, bring it into your clavicles at the top and just sort of get all of that breath in and oxygenate the body. Alkalinize the blood and you [deep breath] Feel like a new person for me.

Sean Grabowski:

I’m taking deep breaths over here, just reminding myself to breathe. Right.

Ross Cameron:

Okay. So I got to say that too, especially on Instagram. I always do that. It’s just posts like, Hey, remember to breathe. How often do people forget to just breathe? You know what I mean? Yeah. Like anybody listening to this podcast, let’s just take a moment here. Let me just have a nice breath.

Sean Grabowski:

Get a couple of deep ones.

Ross Cameron:

Really nice breath deep into the whole body.

Sean Grabowski:

I know. There’s this one static, keep hearing over and over. For some reason, all the podcast guys that listed, keep mentioning it lately. And Wim Hof was one of them. But if you take six really deep breaths in a row, it starts sending a little more, I can’t remember if it’s dopamine or serotonin. It shoots like a little burst of it out and then it stops the cortisol, like the stress response.

Ross Cameron:

You’re, so you’re listening the relaxation responses in your body.

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah. So just all it takes is 60 breaths and it lowers your blood pressure instantly. You know what I mean? That’s all it takes to at least start it. Right. So if you’re sitting there and you need to relax a little more, just breathe for a moment.

Ross Cameron:

Yeah. Deep diaphragmatic breath.

Sean Grabowski:

I can take 30 seconds.

Ross Cameron:

Yeah, there we go. Tip one Oh one. Yeah, that’s something I keep hearing office yoga like some serious, just sit there and start breathing. And Jim, what are you doing? I’m just breathing man. Chill out.

Sean Grabowski:

I’ve been doing that more and more and I, I like subtly do wonder if anyone else is noticing how deeply I’m breathing, which is so funny. But I’m just waiting for somebody to mention it and then I’ll just tell them no, you know, six breaths. I know what it does.

Ross Cameron:

As Richard Branson says, screw it. Just do it.

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah, so that’s called grounding, right? The morning routine, is that called a Rooting? I’ve heard a few different terms or do you even use the term for it?

Ross Cameron:

I don’t use the term, but what I would call it grounding. I think of as like putting your feet barefoot on the earth, which has been shown scientifically to have so much benefit because you’re essentially touching the earth that we’re on. Let’s just pause for a moment and realize that we’re floating in a planet and like suspended in this limitless galaxy pretty much. You know what I mean? To put your feet on the act instead of having shoes on, put your feet on the actual platform that we’re all on is pretty magical. You know what I mean? Yeah. I’m just thinking of my one friend Andy. We’re living in Costa Rica one winter and his goal was to develop such giant calluses on his feet that he never had to wear shoes the whole trip. And he went, I swear to God, he probably went almost two months, barely wearing sandals once, and I don’t think it worked. I don’t think it works. I don’t think he developed calluses big enough to keep doing it.

Ross Cameron:

He probably just, he probably just sent it up adapting himself. He didn’t need the calcium.

Sean Grabowski:

I think he just got used to his like walking on sharp stones and not caring anymore. I don’t even think his Cal has got that thick.

Ross Cameron:

This would be an awesome time, we’ll go back to it quickly. I’ll just mention quickly would be the shoes. Remember I showed you the shoes, vivo, barefoot. So they’re designed so that you actually activate your toes and essentially your, your hands and feet have the same amount of neurons. So just like your hands are supposed to feel everything, which by the way is just sensory receptors. Letting your brain know that this exists. We’re, we’re actually never touching anything. There’s still space in between things because molecules are so, so small. And then there’s like 99% of the molecules actually just space back to the frequency & vibration.

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah. Yeah. It’s, it’s crazy. It’s a hole. It’s a warm hole. Oh, I know.

Ross Cameron:

You could talk about that for hours, but you need to checkout the Barefoots amazing shoes. I’m probably gonna affiliate marketing on my website. Should I drop the website now or maybe at the end.

Sean Grabowski:

Do you have your website up?

Ross Cameron:

It’s, it’s in, it’s still in the forging stages. It’s still in those fires. Okay. I know. But it’s going to be called 00Lux and it is literally zero zero L U X, which means in Kabbalistic terms, zero is, sorry, excuse me. Double zero is limitless and Lux in Latin is light. So limitless light will be the site and I will have the Vivo Barefoot’s on there eventually.

Sean Grabowski:

Awesome. Yeah, I love that concept. I mean, I’m hesitant because I wear insoles because I have low arches on my feet. So for me it’s a little weird where my ankles would start hurting in theory, if I didn’t wear my, I think it would take a long time, but it just wouldn’t be good for the alignment of my feet. And

Ross Cameron:

The shoe sort of works like a sponge. Like it’s like almost like memory foam in the first few days and it sort of molds to how your foot walks, not just how your foot sits in a shoe, but how you walk, you know, and then you start to activate the toes more, which they have a whole bunch of like actual books on this and they teach you how to walk again. Isn’t that a crazy concept? Like activating your toes and walking.

Sean Grabowski:

Walk properly like a cave man? Yeah, Seriously. So yeah, I mean we have and yeah, I’ll once your website is up, I’ll throw it in the description for this and appreciate it. How do I plug myself, you know? Yeah. You got it. You got it. That’s the whole point of this, right? Hmm. So I could get onto nutrition questions, but I kind of want to ask this. I’m going to blend these two questions, but when it comes to books and people, who would you say has influenced your life the most, or who is currently?

Ross Cameron:

Books and people I’ll give you like just give a few major ones. Okay. So outliers by Malcolm Gladwell is like one of the first books that actually felt like bread in my life start to finish. And it essentially tells you about the science of achievement and what it takes scientifically to achieve. Let’s say you want to become a master pianist or you want to become a chef or a dirt biker. What have you, scientifically what opportunities will lie in your path in terms of, you know, you need the 10,000 hours to technically be considered the professional, the master in a certain subject. That was huge because it was sort of like, how do I reverse engineer, let’s say, becoming a meditation teacher or holistic practitioner? How do I get those 10,000 hours in? So literally just work right or immerse yourself.

Sean Grabowski:

Dedication. You can’t succeed without discipline. Exactly. But yeah, I’ll let you go on.

Ross Cameron:

The other one is the Alchemist by Paulo Quilla. I think I saw that one.

Sean Grabowski:

Yeah, the one I’ve read both of these books.

Ross Cameron:

Oh, nice. Yeah. Yeah. Dude. So yeah, the, the Alchemist was the first book that really how to put it, show me that the magic of the universe is possible and that we each have our life mission and our life purpose and the purpose of life is to live a life of purpose. Right. I think it was Richard Layer without, with that quote.

Sean Grabowski:

I would agree with that.

Ross Cameron:

But yeah, don’t call me. But yeah. And then in terms of people just like so many people, there’s so many inspirational people that have existed to just name a few, you know what I mean? I think not to sound cliche or not to sound even religious, because to be honest, I’m really not religious at all. It’s more spiritual for me, but I guess like Jesus, the Christ, if you know that guy.

Sean Grabowski:

I’ve heard of him.

Ross Cameron:

How he walked in his life was between a healer and a warrior. You know what I mean? He said, fuck you to evil. Not actually, he’s a little more elegant than that. I don’t even know. I don’t even know guy. But according to the teachings, this is what he was, is, is he would say no to this and he would help heal people. And I think the hippie movement, you know, you’re hitting on the healing people and you’re hitting on the peace and love, but you’re not changing the paradigm without realizing that there is negative shit out there and you have to change it. And in order for the world to change that negative shit has to change so many levels that still exists, obviously, because the world is crazy that we live in. But having the duality, the balance of walking both healing and, and warrior. So essentially like a Jedi that can heal people. So essentially I just see myself with a light saber.

Ross Cameron:

Yeah. Not bad. That’s your purpose, is that what you said? Yeah. Okay. Okay, cool. Well that’s not what I expected you to say, but that’s, that’s awesome. Yeah. Okay. So man nutrition, I can talk about that all day cause it’s like, yeah, let’s, there’s so much to talk about. Let me say alone. Yeah. So we got like almost 20 minutes sweet. Before we hit the hour Mark. So for myself personally, I tried veganism a little bit, barely at all, just during a cleanse, just to kind of emphasize my results. I told you about that and Mmm. And you know, it didn’t really work for me. And most of my supplementation, if you will, is all nutrients that are good for your head. You know, like I take Omega threes and, they’re all neurotropics you know, because I eat healthy enough that I don’t believe, ah…

Ross Cameron:

Do you?

Ross Cameron:

You could, you could. Yeah, I know. Talking to you, I know you’re like super healthy. But my approach is more like eat well, exercise, well take care of your spiritual like mental aspects because I’m learning more and more about how much that plays into the whole picture. But I’m more so trying to prioritize nutrients that help my, my mind feel good. Cause I think everything routes from your mind, but Mmm. Yeah. I guess I’m just going to ask you like what your approach is to when it comes to nutrition and wellness. To gholistic wellbeing.

Ross Cameron:

For sure. Well it’s such a, yeah, such a broad topic too, just because there’s so many aspects to a person, right? We’re just this meat coated skeleton with different hormones and blood flowing through our veins and oxygen and carbon dioxide the whole cycle. And we’re just this, this being, you know what I mean? And we have to take care of it on every level. So the nutrition’s a huge part of that. Nutrition’s a part of that, especially for the brain because the brain is made up of, you know, cholesterol saturated fat, mono saturated fait, EPA, Oh sorry. A little bit of EPA, DHA. So the Omega threes Omega sixes as well. So yeah, like you said, in order for your mind to feel good, you have to be eating well. Right. And it’s a huge…there’s so much more to it than meets meets the bod I guess. But to put it simply for people to sort of understand is that old saying of you are what you eat, is actually a thing. So you’re taking something and I’ll put it like this, eating for most people is honestly more intimate. They have a more intimate relationship eating than they do having sex. Mm. There’s only one reason that I will say otherwise. But essentially you’re taking something outside of your body and you’re putting into your body and it is breaking down and assimilating and becoming your body, becoming regions of, of muscular skeletal system or what have you. Right? You’re rebuilding your body with the food that you eat. So it makes you think about food in a whole other way. Because am I going to eat this donut again? Am I going to eat these chips again? Is this what I want to be right or do I want to be raw, organic, live, lots of nutrients, lots of phytonutrients and enzymes and bioflavonoids, all those good, rich, colorful foods. Do I want to have life behind my energy and food is the way that we survive, right? Same with water. Water’s huge as well. A good hydrated person is 75% water. And so drink good water, drink good water, drink. Really, really good water. I guess I’d have to plug myself again, but I’m going to have Berkey water filters affiliate on my website as well. So I actually spent, this is crazy. I spent six grand on a water system. I have an an ionizer from Kangan, which essentially ads molecular hydrogen to the water. Luckily or hydrogen has been shown in multiple studies that it aids or mitigates disease in the top eight diseases listed by the CDC, the center for disease of disease control. So that’s what the ionizer does. Then I put that water, which only last three days with the molecular hydrogen in it to my Berkey filter. The Berkey filter gets rid of, you know, fluoride chlorine, which are endocrine disruptors. So they disrupt your hormone regulation from your endocrine glands, like your pineal gland, your pituitary thyroid thalamus, your gonads, your ovaries which secrete or a sorry, your adrenal glands. I can’t believe I missed that one. Stress hormone, cortisol. So it’s deviating that norm and you want to be drinking good filtered water because water is the conductor of life, right? Water is life. That was the saying, I think for the North Dakota pipeline. The water is life. Forget what it actually is in, in their language. And I don’t want to butcher it or anything, but that’s what it is. Right? And it’s that full, full spectrum. But bringing it back to your mind and thoughts as well, I think what people don’t realize is how your intention can change the food you eat and can change the water that you consume. So this is done by dr Masaru Emoto where intention can, can literally change the structure of a water molecule. If you say, I love you to water, that doesn’t sound like much, but you have to meet it. Obviously. If I say I love you to water versus I hate you to water the I love you, water molecules will freeze in like a sacred geometry, crystalline structure. The water from the, I hate you, it’s just a blob. And this has been like looked at under a microscope.

Sean Grabowski:

For all the skeptics out there. This is real science. It’s kind of, it’s just mind blowing.

Ross Cameron:

Yeah, seriously. Yeah. So I’d invite you, We’ll look into that too. So Dr. Massaro Immoto, He did some really cool research with the water, but above all that weather, so I, I was hardcore, hardcore vegan for two years and to the point where I wouldn’t eat my grandmother’s pumpkin pie because it wasn’t vegan. Which is brutal because my grandma might not be around that much longer and she makes the fucking best pumpkin pie. And I’m sitting there like, no, I’m not eating it, man. It’s not vegan. You know what I mean? Like that’s disruptive to my own health. Right. So I had to sort of come to that realization. And then obviously in studying holistic nutrition, you know, I’m learning about cholesterol and its need for the body and how we’ll make cholesterol, whether, whether we eat it in our diet or not, because essentially a vegan diet is cholesterol free. And so cholesterol, you know, obviously a fermented fish liver oil, I started taking, Oh my God, interesting. Permissive, fermented yet it just changes like the structure as well as you’re getting a slight hit of probiotic as well. But yeah, man, just, it’s the full spectrum. So giving gratitude for the food that you’re able to eat is a game changer. So what I mean by that is bring back the sacredness and holiness that let’s say an Aboriginal culture would have, you know, if we kill a Buffalo, all right, we’re going to use all of it. We’re going to thank it’s spirit and give thanks for everything that it went through in having to die. Just like an avatar. You know, what did they do? They kill it and they say, I see your spirit. I don’t know, whatever they did haha. We tried to nail it, but I probably probably messed it up. So yeah, essentially just Saying whatever it is, if it is a cauliflower or if it’s chicken or what have you, fish, kale, whatever’s on your plate. Just saying thank you for your energy. Thank you for allowing me to consume you and I’m going to use your light and whatever is in you to benefit me in my life so that I may have better relationships, I may have more joy, I’m going to have more love in my life and if that’s a prayer you want to have before your meal, then do it. But just giving a little bit of thanks can go a long way.

Sean Grabowski:

That’s so interesting. Yeah. I’ve got two more questions I’m going to ask you, but it’s funny cause I have one friend in London who is a holistic nutritionist and I was actually, where was I? I don’t know. I think I was on a beach with a bunch of friends and we were literally drinking, having fun on the beach. Having a bonfire and I was eating these cookies and I said it out loud that I shouldn’t be eating these. Like, ah, I’ve eaten so much shit today. Right. And she looked at me and said, Hey, don’t, don’t say that. Part of you digesting and eating that food is what you’re telling yourself while you’re eating it.

Ross Cameron:

Right.

Sean Grabowski:

And I had never thought about this ever until she told me and she was like, tell yourself that you’ve been eating super healthy all week and you deserve a little treat. Like if you told yourself that and ate that cookie, like it doesn’t matter. Yeah. But if you’re telling yourself how bad it is as you’re, as you’re munching on it, like it’s just an interesting way to look at it. You know, I’ve never thought about that.

Ross Cameron:

No doubt. And how I can put it as well with that is I Ayurvedic doctors, actually I looked into one and he was seeing a client, a patient who essentially I was hardcore vegan and he told him, Hey man, you don’t want be the absolute best thing for you to do right now cause I can tell by your energy, go enjoy a cheeseburger. And obviously, you know, he was like, no way i’m doing this at first, but whatever he came around to it, he felt the best he’s ever felt. Sometimes it’s, it’s can be healing in those blocks.

Sean Grabowski:

It’s like resistance. It is. It’s like carrying resistance. Totally resistance, which is basically just voluntary stress. Yeah. I’ll, I’m going to choose to carry this around and give a shit about stuff that doesn’t matter.

Ross Cameron:

I choose to partake in this choose. Yeah. That’s hilarious.

Sean Grabowski:

So you don’t have to go into super detail, but how do you eat [deep breath] what kind of foods do you eat now that you know, all of this stuff, right.

Ross Cameron:

Again, I know nothing at all, but you know some for sure. What I do eat now is predominantly plant based? I do like I’d say 99% of my diet is almost plant-based, but I always try and buy organic as often as I can. And that’s just because the studies have even shown that herbicides and pesticides react with hormones within the body and can, can literally change your physiology because they’re toxins at the end of the day, right? So buying organic is always better and as well as you’re supporting organic farmers and I’ve had the chance to meet a couple and I tell you that they’re just at least they weren’t putting on front, I could tell from their energy, they’re hardworking people who care about other people’s health. There are the farmers out there, the conventional who just don’t necessarily, you know, they’re just doing for the buck. And unfortunately that intention is going into the food as well. Right. From right from where it grows as well as they use different tactics like essentially every civilization that’s ever lived on the earth – sorry, I’m going off on a rant – has never outlived at soil. And so organic farmers use a different tactics of re-mineralizations to get, let’s say you grow celery on the land and then they’ll see you go seller on the land again and then again, you’re utilizing the same nutrients. The seller needs the same nutrients in the soil to grow up, right? So each time you need more nutrients and they see fertilizer, fertilizer is NPK. You’re only using three minerals of the broad spectrum of minerals out there. 108, I believe, 180, I dunno, some number of delicious minerals that make our food nutritious, that actually are the cofactors in our body to, to digest food and to operate our brain to move. Right? We need those minerals. But yeah, my diet essentially right now, I don’t know, I’ll walk you through a quick one would be like, let’s say oats in the morning. Oats are a nervine relaxant. So they’re good for your nervous system. Help to relax and in a way mitigate stress. Oats, you know, fruit. I like jungle honey because honey is actually actually an antibacterial antifungal. It’s good for your throat. It’s good for immune boosting. And then I’ll do a little bit of fruit in there as well. Lunch will be like, I don’t know, let’s say I’ll have eggs. Once in awhile. I always softball the eggs so that you’re not oxidizing the yoke. You’re still getting the good proteins, the good fats and all that jazz. I do have, like I said, the fermented Cod liver oil, that would be the only other animal product that I have in my diet right now. Other than that, you know, it’s predominantly plant-based sweet potatoes. Chickpeas. I’m a huge fan of hummus, hummus is it’s own fricken food group. You know, it’s not delicious, but yeah, I mean, and here’s the thing is we’re, our bodies are always changing. We’re always changing. There’s never one diet that’ll work with you for your whole life. You’re going to change the climate you, you eaten as well. Changes. Example, we’re in Toronto, Canada right now. I have a mango tattooed on me and I am huge King of mangoes. But for me to eat a mango right now is sort of going against the seasonal, like the climate. And if I, yeah, it’s available at like let’s say the sweet potato or Whole Foods or what have you, but it’s just ayrurvedic perspective too. You have to eat at the right season, the right time and all that jazz. So you know, never hold yourself to one diet and sometimes the best thing for you would be, you know, maybe the cheat a little bit if the moment is right. You know what I mean? Yeah. Can’t use that excuse too often. Yeah. But yeah, essentially just back to that whole idea of what you eat will become, you put good energy into it and get good energy out of it. Have some nice poops, you know, and you’re good.

Sean Grabowski:

Have some nice poops. That’s true. Good advice. Yeah, that’s a good sign. Got to have some great bowel movements in there. Okay, so I think, I’m trying to remember this question. This is a good final question though. So what do you think is the one thing that people can do that, that will help them? S w that will help them? You know, the one biggest, most important thing? Takeaway from this, I guess. Yeah.

Ross Cameron:

Yeah. I mean there’s so many, but at the core I think would be the mystery school teaching. The greatest thing someone can do for yourself is to know thyself on all layers, on all layers of your being, spiritual, mental, emotional, physical, whatever you want to call it. Psychological, knowing yourself and knowing why you are alive on this planet, what your purposes, where did you come from? Where are you going? I mean those are drastic questions, but to have a really good introspective look at why you are on this planet and what you are meant to do. Would be huge? Would it be the biggest one I can possibly say? And I know that part of my purpose is to help other people at least see the light within themselves. Have them smile and be happy, but more than be happy because happy is just, I’d rather use the word joy because joy is in the moment, right? You’re experiencing in the moment. And living life in the moment is so key because we only really have the now moment, right. Life is just a bunch of now moments and then another now moment and then another now moment, another moment. And so if you can know thyself and if you can be joyful in your life, love yourself, love others, be kind to others and yeah, I think, I think that would be the best thing I can leave on.

Sean Grabowski:

I love it. That’s so funny because I was reading an article just before I left work today about dropping resistance and basically the whole thought that once you know yourself really well, you don’t really feel this crazy need to control how everything turns out for you anymore and you can enjoy it. Right. You can enjoy the process.

Ross Cameron:

I love that.

Ross Cameron:

That’s perfect. That’s a perfect connection. Awesome. Well that’s a good point to cut it at.

Ross Cameron:

Good stuff, man. Well, I appreciate it so much. Thank you for having me as well.

Ross Cameron:

Yeah, absolutely. A, I’m pumped that you could do in this episode. We’ll do it again sometimes. Sounds good my man.