Lindsey’s mom passed away and she had been incarcerated.
In the jail cell, alone with nothing but her self, her surroundings, and her grief, she experienced something.
This is her story! Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Lindsey Sizemore Ep. 9
Adam talks about his work with Shared Space, the direction of the show, and his experience traveling to Montana in an RV with a Rotarian and a Minister: Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye “Back to Reality” Ep. 8
God is a verb. It’s the moment we exist in as it expresses itself. It is reality. Truth. It doesn’t give a shit about what I’m thinking or how I’m feeling. It just is. It’s happening. Continue reading On Step 3
We’re headed to Montana to visit a 1980’s underground armageddon shelter (A church built the shelter to prepare for the apocalypse) Continue reading Inside the RV!!! (Virtual Tour on the Road to Recovery)
We met earlier this year when I was going through a tough time
One day, I called and asked to meet with him
I went over to his house and asked him how to believe in god Continue reading Zen Mastering
Sam Rathvon is a man of many talents. He has his own woodworking shop, a coup full of chickens, and an eye for all things artistry. Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Sam Rathvon (Artistry, Bi-Polar, and Zen) Ep. 6
Video Essay from “Whats it All About” (Inside the Minds Eye Ep.1) Continue reading Heroin, States of Psychosis, and Falling in Love
What does it feel like when your life is arranged for action and theres nowhere to go?
Ross Turner joins me for a conversation all about corona, comedy, creativity, stand-up, sponsorship (he was mine), and love. And not just any love, but that romantic falling in love “how did this happen to me and i better not frick it up” type love. Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Ross Turner Ep. 4
7 years sober today & that means it’s story time! Let’s see if I can’t get it in 3 sentences:
Every morning I’d wake up and shoot heroin.
One day, I was withdrawing so bad that I wanted to end my life.
I went to my roomate’s room, took out his rifle, and a thought popped into my head: Continue reading Lucky Number Slevin
From selling dime bags to 10th graders, to trafficking pounds of product for the amigo cartel, Keaton Mack breaks down the escalation of hood rat sh!t in East Cobb.
He was also a psychotic wizard and a drug addict (i can relate) serving 18 months in federal prison.
This is: Inside the Minds Eye w/ Keaton Mack Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Keaton Mack Ep. 3