Recent Guest Conversations

  • Neale Donald Walsch: Growing Out of Our Story of Separation

    Neale Donald Walsch: Growing Out of Our Story of Separation

    In this amazing episode of Cutting Edge Consciousness, author Neale Donald Walsch joins Barnet and Freeman for a powerful conversation about the state of our awareness. There is a fundamental story of separation that distorts our perception of reality. The popular story about God, also known as religion, tends to perpetuate a story of separation, where God is separate from us. This separation theology leads to a separation cosmology, which leads to separation psychology, which leads to separation sociology – [...]

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  • Chris Attwood: Habitually Successful

    Chris Attwood: Habitually Successful

    Success is a habit. We all have the ability to direct our attention towards what it is we want to generate and create in our lives – most people simply don’t know that success is a byproduct of deliberate intention and focused attention. When we are clear on our intention and we organize ritualized practices around this empowered intent our experience begins to align with where we are placing our focus. Best-selling author Chris Attwood joins Barnet and Freeman for [...]

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  • Darryl Anka (Bashar): Balance is Power

    Darryl Anka (Bashar): Balance is Power

    Darryl Anka graces Cutting Edge Consciousness with his wisdom and wit for the fourth time, discussing balance. Life is for learning. It is important to maintain a reverence for the learning process. When a teacher is also learning along with the student, then the relationship between student and teacher is quite beautiful. But when the student abdicates too much authority or the teacher assumes too much power, then the process becomes tainted. This conversation extends into other areas of life [...]

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  • Dianne Collins: Quantum Reality is a Direct Reflection of Thought

    Dianne Collins: Quantum Reality is a Direct Reflection of Thought

    Dianne Collins joins Barnet and Freeman to share her powerful perspective on quantum reality. Dianne is the author of “Do You Quantum Think?” This is truly a thought provoking discussion. For more information about Dianne’s work, please visit: http://www.quantumthink.com/

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  • Patryk Wezowski: Subtle Expressions Indicate Emotions

    Patryk Wezowski: Subtle Expressions Indicate Emotions

    Patryk Wezowski joins Freeman and Barnet for an interesting conversation about micro-expressions. This is about detecting emotions through subtle facial expressions and the indications of this awareness. For more information about Patryk’s work, please visit: http://www.centerforbodylanguage.com/

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  • Mark McKergow: Human Dignity Must Be Maintained

    Mark McKergow: Human Dignity Must Be Maintained

    Mark McKergow joins Freeman and Barnet to talk about “Host Leadership”. Host Leadership seems to really honor and support the dignity of people within an organization. When people feel honored, seen and valued they perform differently than when they are objectified under traditional “Top Down” Management. In all areas of life, maintaining human dignity seems critical for the people to thrive. For more about Mark’s remarkable work, please visit: http://hostleadership.com/

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  • Kelly McNelis: Women For One – A Community of Sharing and Growth

    Kelly McNelis: Women For One – A Community of Sharing and Growth

    Kelly McNelis joins Barnet and Freeman for a conversation about the expanding role of women in our evolving world. Kelly harnesses the power of “story” to elevate the conversation for, and between, women around the globe. For more on Kelly’s amazing work, please visit: http://womenforone.com/

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  • John Gray: Addicted to Distraction

    John Gray: Addicted to Distraction

    Our world is full of stimuli and distraction – and many of us have become addicted to constant, and intense, stimulation. John Gray describes it as a “hyper” world and we must practice slowing down and consciously directing our focus if we are going to have happy and fulfilling lives. Slowing down creates self-awareness and ultimately conscious choice. John joins Barnet and Freeman for a fun and empowering conversation on this episode of Cutting Edge Consciousness. For more about John’s [...]

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  • Christine Hassler: Expectation Hangover

    Christine Hassler: Expectation Hangover

    Expectation can be an unhealthy attachment to a fantasy about how our lives “should” look or what a certain experience “should” feel like. This type of expectation binds us to a limited menu of possibility. Christine Hassler joins Barnet and Freeman for a great conversation about expectation on Cutting Edge Consciousness. For more about Christine’s work, please visit: http://christinehassler.com/

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  • William Whitecloud: Magic Is About Relating to Reality Differently

    William Whitecloud: Magic Is About Relating to Reality Differently

    Magic is simply a different relationship with mystery. It involves pulling possibilities out of a field of infinite possibility. It is primarily about having the ability to focus our attention in such a way that we begin to relate to everything differently. William Whitecloud joins Barnet and Freeman for a wonderful conversation about making magic by attuning to frequencies that generate a particular experience. For more information about William’s work, please visit: http://williamwhitecloud.com/

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  • Roger Housden: The Quality of our Friendship is the Quality of Our Presence

    Roger Housden: The Quality of our Friendship is the Quality of Our Presence

    Roger Housden joins Barnet and Freeman for a high quality conversation about friendship. There is a slowing down required to foster deep and intimate friendships. This pertains to our friendship with others, but it also relates to our friendship with ourselves. The show, itself, models a pace and rhythm that facilitates new thoughts and spontaneity. To find out more about Roger Housden and his work, please visit: http://rogerhousden.com/

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  • Dawa Tarchin Phillips: A Mindset of Growth & Compassionate Awareness Mends Separation

    Dawa Tarchin Phillips: A Mindset of Growth & Compassionate Awareness Mends Separation

    Many of us have a tendency to compartmentalize our lives into separate categories that we meet with different adaptive personality identities. This “split” takes us out of our empowered authentic self. Becoming centered and grounded in a profound sense of who we are, allows us to meet the myriad aspects of life with a single disposition. Our birthright is to be able to simply show up authentically without needing to “do” anything to succeed or survive. Dawa Tarchin Phillips joins [...]

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Deep Dive Conversations with Barnet and Freeman: Exploring Our Full Potential

  • The Wives Show: Redefining Roles in Relationship is Required

    The Wives Show: Redefining Roles in Relationship is Required

    Barnet and Freeman are joined, on Cutting Edge Consciousness, by their wives (Sandi Stuart and Jasmine Michaels) in another annual “Wives Show”. In this years show there are a number of very personal, and therefore powerful, moments of honesty as the couples reflect on the past year(s). One of the moments revolves around gender roles in relationship – the emerging model of relationship is personal and a distinction made in the show pertains to how critical it is that we [...]

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  • Real Life Love: The Wives Keep It Real on 2014 “Wives Show”

    Real Life Love: The Wives Keep It Real on 2014 “Wives Show”

    In long term, committed, relationships life is not a fairytale — from aging and illness to financial setbacks, and any number of real life challenges, relationships are tested. Sandy Stuart (Bain) and Jasmine Michaels join the program for the third annual “Wives Show”. This is another intimate look into the relationships of our hosts and their life partners.

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  • Sex With Our Wives – The Edge of Intimacy

    Sex With Our Wives – The Edge of Intimacy

    Our second annual “wives” show – we are talking SEX this time. Looking at our relationships and intimacy in terms of potential and our “edge”. Please join the conversation and comment on this show. Gratefully, Freeman and Barnet (on behalf of ourselves and our wives) Listen to the Full Episode Podcast

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