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I first met today’s guest in New York at an entrepreneurial event we both attended.
There was something about Julian! He had a vibe that made me feel good and made me want to be around him. And I wasn’t alone. I noticed how others had the same experience. When I asked Julian what was going on, he said it was because we had connected to his ‘inner god’ and that he was actively looking for the god in each person he encountered.
We didn’t have time to go into the detail of what this meant, but I was hooked and super curious. I had to know more! So I invited Julian onto the Stay Grounded podcast so we could dig deeper into this concept.
And the depth of insight this discussion unleashed blew me away – and I’m pretty sure it will be the same for you too.
By me witnessing the god in others, I’m calling them up to the vibrational level of their god selves.
In this episode we talk about all sorts of cool stuff – all around how you can be your best self.
What this means in practice. What inspires you to show up as your best. The simple daily practices you can engage in to really life life to the full. Julian really does hold nothing back. As you’ll hear, he gives my questions careful consideration and as a result we went to some super interesting places.
Such as a definition of meditation that everyone can connect with (even if you can’t sit still for a minute on the cushion!)
And Julian’s 3-minute, daily sex practice that’s not only created more love and connection with his wife Marla, but bleeds into everything else that he does.
And perhaps my favorite comment of all. Listen out for when Julian tells me to, “Just be Raj. You don’t have to be anything. Just be Raj.” [And of course insert your name as he says it.]
This episode left me super inspired in so many ways and it’s my hope that it will do the same for you too.
So brew yourself a coffee, pull up a chair, and get ready to indulge yourself in a beautiful dose of life wisdom – courtesy of my friend, the extraordinary Julian Colker.
The things you don’t want are opportunities for growth, opportunities to learn, and opportunities to get curious.