Living In Alignment With Who You Are Episode 125, December 19, 2018
This week Andy Grant is joined by
“No good change ever comes out of anger. We need to transmute it.” ~ Brandon Boucher
Brandon openly shares experiences growing up, serving in the U.S. Navy in Afghanistan, seeing pure evil, overcoming PTSD, the Modern Mystery School, and being of service to others.
Topics Covered Include:
- Expectations of obligation and duty.
- Do expectations feel good, bad, indifferent?
- Tell me about life when you weren’t living in alignment?
- Expectations of alcoholism.
- Serving in Afghanistan
- Challenges hearing “Thank you for your service.”
- Experience as an activist at Standing Rock in North Dakota.
- What are some of the expectations of being an activist that you break?
- How was your transition from Afghanistan to being active in causes that fulfill you?
- Making PTSD vanish.
- Living a life of service.
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