In this podcast episode Richard Damien talks about his upcoming autobiographical musical play “A Monk in the World.” He reminisces about growing up in Chicago, his life as a young actor, and his transition to master energy healer and intuitive life coach.
Thanks to my production team for A MONK IN THE WORLD: James Gray(director), MarkT Evans(Musical Supervisor), Scott Rosenthal (Director of Photography), Stephanie Klapper(producer), Tristan Biber (Production Assistant).
Richard’s Message for 2020:
During challenging times, it is so tempting to be negative and fearful. Yet the more we drive our thoughts in that direction, the more we descend into a landscape of despair.
Life is full of vibrations like those that come from a musical instrument. We can choose where we would like to resonate.Just by choosing to live in a higher resonance,a portal opens for our well-being.
There are four such portals that can support us in living in a higher resonance:
1. GRATITUDE: What are you grateful for in your life? What life experiences do you cherish? Connecting with gratitude for what you do have rather than focusing on what is lacking invites greater abundance.
2. APPRECIATION: Appreciation is gratitude in action. Letting friends and family and support people know that you are thankful for their contribution to your well-being is a blessing. This practice strengthens the bonds we have with each other.
3. SILENCE: Going into silence invites a respite from the busyness and doingness of life. Sitting in silence deepens our spiritual connection and renews our body/mind and spirit.
4. BLESSINGS: Offering prayers or blessings for others will reconnect you with your gratitude and appreciation. In silence you will open to spirit. No matter what your life circumstances may be, you can always offer blessings. Offering Blessings are like tickling the ivories of higher consciousness.
Reach for the higher resonance and this will become your constant reality.
With peace and joy,
Love and Shanti
This is an interview with Richard Damien on the “Law of Distraction” podcast.