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"I started this series as a means for exploration, an exploration of self and an exploration of the perspectives of other artists. This series is an unabridged documentation of conversations between artists. It’s a series dedicated to breaking down the barriers we tend to set up in our own mind. I want to inspire future creatives to have the courage to explore and experiment. This is about making dreams a reality and not about letting our dreams fall to the wayside. My intention is to give my audience a sense of real human connection, something that feels rich and organic. When I was thinking of a title I thought of the word “movement”. In relation to the Renaissance period in art, my goal for this program is to signify a rebirth of consciousness towards the way we look at contemporary art." - Yoshino
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May 8, 2019

With a background in animation, live action and visual effects, Andrew Thomas Huang’s work bridges the gap between video art and film, expanding beyond into alternative modes of storytelling. His film and video work has exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, NYC; MoMA PS1; The Barbican Centre, London; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Having developed a strong reputation for his collaborative practice, Huang has worked extensively with Icelandic artist Bjork, among others including FKA Twigs, Thom Yorke and British director Joe Wright. Huang served as creative director for Bjork’s VR exhibition Bjork Digital, creating multiple immersive experiences within the pioneering traveling installation. With his strength in world-building, Huang carries on his visual aesthetic as he continues his foray into narrative feature film. Huang is a Cinereach Fellow, a recent fellow in Film Independent’s Directors Lab, and a recipient of the K Period Media Fellowship grant.

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Apr 30, 2019

Mari L. McCarthy is the multi award-winning author of “Journaling Power: How To Create The Happy, Healthy Life You Want To Live.”

The Founder/Self-Transformation Guide of CreateWriteNow.com, she shows health-conscious people how to use journaling to heal the issues in their tissues and transform their lives. She provides 20+ Self-Paced Journaling Courses on various life-challenging topics such as Heal Your Life, Love Your Body and Detox Your Relationships. 

 Topics Discussed In This Episode: 

  • Julia Cameron’s Book, “The Artist Way”

  • Mari talks about her daily practice of journaling

  • How to heal yourself and declutter your thoughts through journaling

  • Taking responsibility for your actions and thoughts

  • Her journaling website www.createwritenow.com

  • Silencing the inner critic

  • Power of positive thinking

  • Allowing yourself to write through a stream of consciousness

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Mar 31, 2019

Tunde Adebimpe is a musician, actor, director, and visual artist best know for being the frontman of the band TV On The Radio.

Kim Dorland is a painter and artist based in Vancouver, Canada.

Mar 31, 2019

AD Weekly Round Up #3 w/ Yoshino and Justin Daashuur Hopkins

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Mar 30, 2019

John Wentz is a contemporary painter whose work is an exploration of process and technique. Working within the classical idiom of the human figure, his goal is to reduce and simplify the image to it’s core fundamentals: composition, color, and mark making. Paint application and brush strokes are broad and simplified as a means to connect and convey these ideas to the viewer in a way that only painting can.

John was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. His interest in art began at the age of 6 when he first discovered Batman and Spiderman comic books. After years of copying comics panel by panel he worked in the commercial arts as a muralist, billboard creator and freelance illustrator. After learning to paint by doing airbrushed billboards, he decided to pursue Fine Art and work in oils. Since then, he has had 3 solo exhibitions in San Francisco and numerous group exhibitions both nationally and internationally. His works have appeared in many publications and have won multiple awards. 

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • Giving up
  • Gerhard Richter
  • Tech affecting art
  • Barriers between museums and the public
  • Would you make art if the world ended?
  • Wentz moving to Paris
  • Advice to artists and creatives
  • Movies
  • “Naive” painters

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Mar 14, 2019

Alex Grey (born November 29, 1953) is an American visionary artist, author, teacher, and Vajrayana practitioner. His body of work spans a variety of forms including performance art, process art, installation art, sculpture, visionary art, and painting. Grey is a member of the Integral Institute. He is also on the board of advisors for the Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics, and is the Chair of Wisdom University's Sacred Art Department. He and his wife Allyson Grey are the co-founders of The Chapel of Sacred Mirrors (CoSM), a non-profit church supporting Visionary Culture in Wappingers Falls, New York.

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Mar 6, 2019

Joe Sill is a director based out of Los Angeles. He began studying film at the age of 12, and spent much of his youth learning on his own how to use a camera, edit, and craft visual effects. In 2009, he attended Chapman University to study direction full-time, and in 2013 he created a spec for Tesla that gained Elon Musk’s attention and support, as well as over half a million viewers. The spec jumpstarted a commercial career where he quickly built a resume of work with clients such as Apple, Nike, NASA, Disney and Warner Brothers. In 2016, he created another speculative short film set in the Star Wars universe and caught the attention of 1.5 million viewers — and that same year, he directed his debut feature film, “STRAY”, a sci-fi neo noir starring Karen Fukuhara (Suicide Squad), Christine Woods (The Walking Dead), and Japanese musician MIYAVI (Unbroken). His work has collectively accumulated over 200 million views thus far. He is currently in post production as well as development on a handful of commercials and feature projects.

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • His first featured film, “Stray” (2019)

  • The following feature films: Akira, Alien, Aliens, Alien 3, Batman Begins, Ghost In The Shell, Finding Nemo, John Wick, Pan's Labyrinth, Terminator, Terminator 2, The Dark Knight, The Lord of the Rings, The Matrix

  • Surrogate parent relationships in films

  • “The Last of Us” – Video Game

  • His love for Miyazaki films

  • Changes within the commercial industry

  • Commercials made by AI

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Developing grit

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Feb 28, 2019

AD Weekly Round Up #2 w/ Yoshino, Justin Daashuur Hopkins, and Saman Kesh.

Topics Discussed:

  • Workaholism

  • Movie recommendation: “Border” (2018) directed by Ali Abbasi

  • Films: “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” (2009 and 2011), “Let The Right One In” (2008)

  • Saman’s love for Studio Ghibli films

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Feb 19, 2019

Brian Higbee comes from an eleven year career in Graphic Design. Early on in his graphic design career he picked up a camera and started shooting photos for his commissioned projects, skateboarding, snowboarding and bands. It soon became obvious that photography held far more appeal than graphic design ever did. So he left home and his comfortable career in pursuit of his passion.

He started his career assisting some of the top photographers in the world. This experience along with his sense of light and space, and compositional capability has propelled him into a creative force.

His talent has been quickly recognized by Interview Magazine. American Vogue, L'Uomo Vogue, Glamour and many alike, were quick to follow.

Subjects Discussed In This Episode:

  • How he transitioned into working as a professional photographer from having an 11 year professional career as a graphic designer

  • Current industry shifts in hiring professional photographers

  • Contributing to Interview Magazine before and towards the end of the printed publication

  • The death of printed commercialized media

  • Mental preparations to start your day

  • Diversifying skill sets

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Feb 13, 2019

AD Weekly Round Up #1 w/ Yoshino, Justin Daashuur Hopkins, and Saman Kesh.

Feb 6, 2019

David Cheifetz is an internationally acclaimed and collected artist who continues to push the limits of contemporary realist oil painting. David and his family live in Olympia, WA.

"Reflecting the language of dreams, these dark, hyperrealistic tableaux suggest bizarre and intriguing narratives. Cheifetz paints alla prima, an oil painting technique in which wet paint is applied to previous layers of wet paint. He works without detailed underpainting or studies, creating atmosphere through prominent, expressive brushstrokes and strong chiaroscuro."
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Jan 12, 2019

As if spun from ether, the synthy experimental reflections of Kilo Kish (nee Lakisha Kimberly Robinson) strikingly embody what is intangible - the overwhelmingly complex emotions we sometimes feel but cannot find the language to express. A singer-songwriter, multi-disciplinary artist and designer, Kish’s musical offerings have always been deeply intertwined with her work in other mediums. Her debut EP Homeschool (released April 2, 2012), earned praise for its disarming honesty, marking the genesis of a discography informed by Kish’s deeply self-reflective nature and innate curiosity about the boundaries of human interactions with the world. “I think people liked Homeschool because it felt really naive but also natural. That naturalness of it is almost like catching an artist in their garage band stage,” explained Kish. The EP also provides early insight into Kish’s collaborative process, featuring production and vocals from longtime friends the Internet and Pyramid Vitra - Kish had previously connected with Matt Martians ( the Internet) online, and subsequently formed relationships with the rest of the band.

Born in Orlando, Florida, Kish spent much of her early childhood in solitary settings, critiquing and exploring her surroundings autonomously, while at the same time fully immersing herself in creative projects and activities that challenged her world view. She entered her school’s gifted program at the age of five, and the advanced curriculum soon separated her from her peers. Still, the young Kish found that she preferred the company of adults, finding inspiration from the complexity of their realities. Despite having few friends of her age, her family were early advocates of both her independence and creative spirit.

Her mother in particular provided a steady stream of art supplies, books and activities to feed Kish’s voracious young mind. “I would get bored of things really easily. So once I learned how to do something I was always trying to find the next thing to learn,” Kish explained of her lifelong sense of restlessness. Yet even in becoming easily disillusioned with standard childhood activities, Kish still fell under the spell of the popular culture of the ‘90s. When she wasn’t watching a steady stream of music videos on MTV, she listened to the top 40 hits on her favorite local station. In her teenage years, Kish’s musical tastes imploded, expanding into the realm of alternative sounds and internet-based sub-genres. Spurred on by the popularity of pirating platforms like Limewire, she sought out the future-facing crooning of Bjork, and connected with the empowered folk-pop of Regina Spektor.

This plethora of influences coupled with a rejection of any state of stagnation still defines Kish’s music. A year after the release of Homeschool (while still studying at FIT in New York), she completely pivoted directions and released K+. The free mix tape was supported by a digital art zine and immersive listening session. Featuring A$AP Ferg, Childish Gambino, Earl Sweatshirt and more, K+ chronicled the process behind its own making in order to bring the listener closer to the mind of the artist. “At the time, I kind of just considered music as another form of making stuff. I was in college thinking I was going to become a textile designer, but then to see some of my peers blowing up - Matt was with Odd Future and some of my other friends were in A$AP Mob. So I saw it happening around me and it occurred to me that it was possible,” she explained of the time.

The following year, in 2014, she released her second EP Across with the support of French fashion house and record label Maison Kitsune. On its heels came Kish’s debut studio album,Reflections in Real Time (2016) which she released through her own imprint label Kisha Soundscape + Audio. The album, a searing and deeply personal journal entry into the motivations, fears and obsessions of an artist unafraid to document her own fallacies, garnered praise for its earnestness and impeccable musicality. In an interview with Elle that year, Kish even joked that the album’s level of honesty would probably embarrass her later. As her story continues to unfold, and her already-impressive buzz continues to grow, stay tuned for more on one of 2018’s most exciting artists…Kilo Kish.

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Jan 4, 2019

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Dec 27, 2018

Born in 1985, artist Nick Runge grew up in Colorado. Coming from a creative family of professional artists, he was always interested in drawing and imagining ideas visually. Starting in 2004, he began thinking about art as a career and got the chance to begin small jobs in and out of the comic book industry. After 2006, he worked as an illustrator for various comic companies such as IDW, Dark Horse, and many others. While primarily making a living as a cover artist, he began painting more seriously and started exploring the world of film art and traditionally painted projects, doing various official and private commissions. These days he has stepped away from commercial properties, focusing exclusively on fine art and personal work using oils and watercolor.

As a portrait/figurative painter, Nick works from life as well as photography, describing his art as something close to “abstracted realism”, with an objective of expressing as much of the realistic human element of life as possible through a limited and often simplified approach to his rendering or brushwork, giving an illusion of realism while, at the same time, breaking shapes and form down enough to have a close balance with abstraction.

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • The reasons why he began his career as an artist in illustration

  • Making the transition from being a professional illustrator to being a fine artist

  • Steven Pressfield’s book, “The War of Art”

  • Creating mental devices to help you clearly navigate though your career

  • His experiences working in the comic book industry

  • Commercial viability of analog and digital artworks

  • Pitfalls of the American educational system

  • The financial realities of being a working artist

  • Art and design existing everywhere

  • How the arts are supported and unsupported in America

  • Francis Ford Coppola’s film “Apocalypse Now”

  • The movie poster that Runge was commissioned to illustrate for the documentary, “The Death of Superman Lives”

  • Ideologies about tribes and community

  • AI creating artworks

  • NOH/WAVE

  • Art collectives

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Dec 19, 2018

Joseph Lee is an actor and self-taught artist who studies faces and the emotions that inhabit them.  Lee focuses on the parallel between external reality and internal process by manipulating everyday faces and objects through segmented brush strokes, color choice, and volume, converging them into a complete and balanced whole.

Show Notes:

  • Joseph’s journey into acting

  • Picking up a paintbrush as a reaction to his father’s passing

  • Intuitively thinking with creating artworks

  • Insecurities

  • His role in the, Sundance Award Winning film, “Searching” (2018)

  • Traveling to Korean on an acting job and navigating the social landscape as a foreigner

  • Utilizing a gratitude journal in your daily practice

  • Existential crises

  • SCOPE Art Show 2018

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Nov 20, 2018

Michael Shaw is an artist and podcast host & producer based in Los Angeles. While working as an artist and writing about art, in late 2011 he started The Conversation Art Podcast, a show that “goes behind the scenes and between the lines of the contemporary art worlds.” Inspired by his own experiences holding down a variety of jobs and projects over the years to support himself, and wanting to reach a wider audience than the niche of the art world, he created his 2nd podcast, How I Get By, to address concepts including day jobs, living on a wide spectrum of income levels and general work/life satisfaction. You can see his art at michaelshawstudio.com

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • Why he started his podcast, “The Conversation: Art Podcast”

  • Our experiences podcasting and our interactions with listeners

  • Social experimentation

  • Collaboration

  • Seneca

  • Obscure films

  • The Italian Film, “The Best of Youth”

  • The films, “Lady Bird”, “Manchester by the Sea”, and “Sorry To Bother You”

  • Pop music and popular podcasts

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Nov 18, 2018

Linus Sandgren is a Oscar and Academy Award winning Swedish cinematographer best known for his work on the films La La Land (2016), First Man (2018), and American Hustle (2013).

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Oct 13, 2018

Isaac Bauman is a cinematographer and photographer based in Los Angeles.

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • Bauman talks about the latest feature film he worked on entitled “Bloodline”
  • Counteracting comfortability in one’s art form
  • Adapting under pressure and embracing resistance
  • A lighting technique called “blue moonlight”
  • Understanding human psychology for team communication on film sets
  • Surviving as an artist
  • Compromising one’s artistic vision to service a client’s commercial needs
  • What it takes to make a good collaborative partnership
  • Kesh and Bauman’s film project, “Controller”
  • Building respect for the people you work with
  • How Bauman got into photography
  • Exploration being the cornerstone of the artistic journey
  • The power of listening
  • Dealing with our own demons
  • Dealing with creative differences

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Oct 7, 2018

Tunde Adebimpe is a musician, actor, director, and visual artist best know for being the frontman of the band TV On The Radio.

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • The power of telling your personal story
  • His solo exhibition at NOH/WAVE entitled, “The Full Catastrophe”, opening Oct 31st
  • The importance of forgiving others
  • Poisoning yourself with negative thoughts
  • Tapping into the child-like self
  • Clarity in having children
  • Tunde growing up in Nigeria between the ages of 5 – 10
  • Using journaling as a tool in your daily practice
  • Revisiting ideas of the past
  • The consciousness stream
  • Parenting
  • How Tunde navigates between creating with different artistic mediums
  • Creative partnerships
  • Settings expectations or not setting them at all
  • The reason why he got into acting
  • Relinquishing control of a project once you put it out into the world
  • “The Square” directed by Ruben Östlund
  • Bruce Lee’s “Enter The Dragon”

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Oct 3, 2018

As an artist in the group BASECAMP, Jordan Reyes has released records on the label end via OWSLA/Atlantic & Independently Popular, while playing Bonnaroo, Osheaga and touring with Chvrches, Phantogram, and more. As producer, Jordan has had multiple cuts with blackbear, Mike Shinoda, KYLE, Donna Missal, Terror Jr, Wes Period, Doja Cat and many more.  Currently, Jordan is developing a new artist project by name of bodyimage.

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • Psychedelics

  • Synesthesia

  • The awareness of subtle nuances and details in constructing music

  • Reyes explains his time creating music with his group, Basecamp

  • Having strength within one’s sensitivities

  • The industrial and technological revolutions

  • How physical activity can fuel a more efficient creative practice

  • Religion vs. spirituality

  • Shifts and evolutions in life

  • Creating artwork within certain boundaries

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Aug 20, 2018

Rina Yang is a director of photography based in London. She grew up in a small city in Japan, where she studied still life and portrait painting.

Yang is a highly accomplished cinematographer who has worked with clients such as: Netflix, Nike, Vice, and Saatchi & Saatchi, and musicians including: Kendrick Lamar, FKA Twigs, Vince Staples, Charli XCX, and many more.

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Aug 4, 2018

Mia Bergeron is a figurative oil painter that oscillates between classical and expressionistic painting. Rooted in her upbringing in New York City with continuous exposure to modern art, her paintings also reveal her choice to study classical painting in Florence, Italy under Charles H. Cecil in her twenties. Heavily influenced by historical artists such as Diego Velázquez, Titian, Anthony van Dyck and John Singer Sargent, her paintings are also shaped by current artists such as Alex Kanevsky, Ann Gale, and Adrian Ghenie. 

Mia’s education was rooted in formal portraiture from life- she spent thousands of hours painting people and watching tweaks in eyebrows, mouths that shifted with fatigue, shoulders that grew heavy. These changes were minuscule, and yet were the markings and delineations of time. She is enamored with the nuance, variation, and subtlety that observation provides. Although narrative has been an undercurrent in Mia’s work for years, it is only recently, after being consumed with the purely visual tools she continues to discovered, that she has made it her focus. 

Mia has been published numerous times in international magazines. Her paintings have placed repeatedly in both national and international competitions, notably in The Portrait Society of America’s International Portrait Competition (2013, 2015). She has participated in the traveling museum show “Women Painting Women”. She has also tried her hand as curator for the successful show “Unfurl” at Gallery 1261 in Denver in 2015. She has served as advanced painting adjunct professor at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, and is a continuing instructor through Townsend Atelier, also in Chattanooga, where she resides. 

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • How Justin and Mia met
  • Death of a Coworker
  • The currency of respect
  • How Mia got into figurative painting
  • Mia growing up in NYC
  • Introverted vs. extroverted tendencies
  • How Mia got into oil painting
  • An artist vs. a painter’s mindset
  • Painting as a meditative practice
  • Quitting painting then returning to it years later with a fresh perspective
  • The necessity for a compulsion to create art
  • The symptom of a true calling
  • Work-a-holism and obsession
  • “The Pool Filter Analogy” 
  • Addressing fear
  • Transcending grief and fear

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Jul 26, 2018

Tobias Schliessler most recently lensed Ava Duvernay’s adaptation of A WRINKLE IN TIME for Disney, starring Chris Pine, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Reese Witherspoon.

Schliessler also recently shot Bill Condon’s visually stunning film BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, starring Emma Watson and Luke Evans. Condon and Schliessler first teamed up on the Academy Award winning film DREAMGIRLS, followed by THE FIFTH ESTATE, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, and more recently, the beautifully shot MR. HOLMES, starring Ian McKellen.

Last year Schliessler lensed Peter Berg’s Boston Marathon drama PATRIOT’S DAY, starring Mark Wahlberg. Berg and Schliessler previously collaborated on a number of films including: the action/drama LONE SURVIVOR, also starring Mark Wahlberg; the sci-fi thriller BATTLESHIP; HANCOCK, starring Will Smith; the high school football drama FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS; and THE RUNDOWN, starring The Rock.

Other notable credits include Tony Scott’s crime thriller THE TAKING OF PELHAM 123; as well as Antoine Fuqua’s BAIT, starring Jamie Foxx.

A native of Germany, Schliessler studied cinematography at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada. He began his career shooting documentaries, and then segued into independent features, television movies, music videos and commercials. Schliessler was honored by the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) for his cinematography on Audi’s commercial WAKE UP in 2000, and Lincoln’s Financial spot DOCTOR in 2001. Both are now part of the permanent archives of The Museum of Modern Art’s Department of Film and Video in New York City. His commercial work also includes ads for such high end brands as Mercedes Benz, BMW, Bank of America, Citibank , AT&T and Verizon.

Aisha Schliessler is a writer and director living in Los Angeles, California.

A third-generation filmmaker, life behind the camera is in her blood. She has worked across a wide range of projects including shorts, music videos and commercials.

Her short documentary, DOBLE 9, about four Cuban exiles connected through Miami’s Calle Ocho domino park, screened at multiple film festivals in 2016 including The Miami International Film Festival and the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in Montana.

In 2017 she wrote and directed THE END, about a lonesome beauty and her unusual dinner date, which won the Audience Choice Award at the New York City Short Film Festival (NYC Shorts).
Most recently, Aisha wrote and directed the short film PASSING in collaboration with Zeiss lenses, which will premiere in 2018.

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • How he got into cinematography
  • Tobias’s father’s path into mountain climbing and documentarian filmmaking
  • Rainer Werner Fassbinder (filmmaker)
  • Robby Müller (Dutch cinematographer)
  • Directors he’s worked with, Bill Condon and Peter Berg
  • Pushing each other creatively in collaborative partnerships
  • A film Tobias worked on called, “Friday Night Lights”
  • His experiences on set
  • Mentoring younger people entering the film industry
  • Working on “Lone Survivor”
  • The film, “The American Friend”
  • The film, “The Square”
  • Working with directors Peter Berg and Bill Condon

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Jul 10, 2018

Justin Daashuur Hopkins is an artist based in Los Angeles, CA. He is also the Co-Founder / Art Director of LA based art collective, NOH/WAVE.

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • Music
  • The origin story of NOH/WAVE
  • Justin’s introduction into illustrating and working as a professional illustrator at the age of 14
  • Traditional educational systems
  • Creative business partnerships
  • The challenges of working with commercial clients
  • Balancing out one’s ego
  • Defining purpose in one’s life
  • Cultural movements
  • Joseph Campbell
  • Justin and Yoshino’s childhood
  • The film, “The Florida Project” by director Sean Baker
  • “The Book of Five Rings” by Miyamoto Musashi
  • “Gödel, Escher, Bach: an Eternal Golden Braid” by Douglas Hofstadter
  • Robert Rodriguez and resourcefulness
  • The tower metaphor
  • Vasyl Lomachenko

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Jul 2, 2018

Aja Daashuur is a Los Angeles based Certified Intuitive & Transformational Life Coach (LPI), Spirit Guide Medium, Clairvoyant, Akashic Records Reader, Sound Bath Practitioner, Altar Consultant and founder of Spirit House Collective, an all women-identifying community group.

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • Growing up encountering spirits
  • Depression
  • Opening yourself up to creating more flow in your life
  • Witnessing possessions
  • Shifting your perspective of failures into lessons
  • Protecting your energy
  • Empaths
  • Connecting with your spirit guides

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