Hey guys, I just wanted to take a minute and give a little
final shout out to one of our biggest fans, this lady
is been there since day one. She's liked everything, re-shared
everything, done whatever she could to help support us.
And unfortunately, she passed away a couple of weeks ago.
So, I just wanted to give her a little read of her obituary
so you know that we lost somebody. Jill Fairchild Adams,
born January 17th 1943, completed her life's journey on
February 22nd 2017. Surrounded by her family and friends
in the Franciscan Hospice House in University Place, Washington,
she was preceded in death by her husband Willis G. Adams,
her baby daughter Leslie Nadine Wells, and her parents,
Brogan Mixon Fairchild and Kathleen Daniel Fairchild. Survived
by her daughter Melissa Wells from Gig Harbor, Washington
and Grandson Milo Egans in Denver Colorado. Her son Brogan
Adams, yours truly, and her granddaughter, Ciara Adams
of Tacoma, Washington. Her daughter Rain Adams, who currently
resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, her sister Sandra Fairchild
Green of Ventress, Louisiana, and Penny Fairchild Arp of
Las Cruces New Mexico. The family requested any donations
be made in Jill's name to the Pointe Coupee Animal Shelter
at 9628 Morganza Highway in New Roads, Louisiana 70760,
or to the Franciscan Hospice House at 2901 Bridgeport
Way West in University Place, Washington 98466.
Private burial arrangements were made
in the Cottonwoods Cemetery in Lodi, Louisiana. Life is
short, you know. You got to support the people that you
love and keep their memory close to your heart because
that's at the end of it. That's all we leave. Hope you
enjoy the rest of the podcast.
Welcome to the Grid City
Podcast. Actually, you say that because your voice is way
better than mine.
[laugh] - [inhales deeply]
- Welcome to the Grid City Podcast. - All right.
Well, some of you that our listeners may know that voice.
That voice is the Grit City champion of to 2016. - Was for sure.
-Yeah. For sure you kicked some dicks in the dirt including...
You kick Rusty's dick in the dirt. - Yeah. - He's our highest
download because he's the very first one, so when you put
it in to any whatever you listen to if you've never
done it before, he's always the first one that pops up.
So, that's the one that's automatically played.
- To their first episode ever.
- You beat that guy I don't know how. - Two. - Yeah.
Which that's... I mean that's
a hard thing to do because you look at any podcast that
when they do that, that's where they start, they start
at the beginning. - I feel very blessed.
- Unless you change it to do it
by most recent, the default in a lot of them. - I see.
- Is... - The first one.
- Is the first one, starts from the beginning,
like a story. - Right. - Which nobody should ever go and listen
to the first episode of the podcast.
- Because it's awful, awful, awful awful.
- But... - Hey, you got great numbers on that one
and then we put you out as a best of and he got the best numbers
on that one. - Yeah, and the best stuff they get to. So...
- Yeah. Oh, wow.
- Yeah. I'm going to give you at least 25%
credit for the fact that we could afford to buy all new
gear. - Sure.
- Happy to help. - Yeah. We like that about you.
- Alright. And for those of you who don't know who this is,
this is Mr. Vibe Smith from downtoreiki.com, is a
good way to find him. He is a longtime lifetime friend
of mine, as far as I'm concerned. He is a spiritualist.
I don't think that's unfair to call you. He is...
- That's correct. - A...
- God, I want to call you a shamanm
that'd be the way I'd sell you
to somebody. But then, people think that you maybe carry
a medicine bag and wear a loincloth, although that should
be an outfit for Halloween, I mean on this picture.
- I think it would be better
just to go with a healer. - A healer. - A natural
healer. - An enlightened being. A natural healer. But not
like naturopathic like you're gonna sell me some pills
full of some junkie found in the backyard like a soul
healer, an energy healer. I don't know. Tell people a little
bit about what it is you do. When somebody says, "Hey Vibe,
what do you do for a living?" - So, what I do is I create a
safe space and provide the energy necessary from
me being neutral to allow you to actually heal yourself.
Definition of true healing. Because you know what's best
for you and I listen to it, me being a medium, I can actually
listen to you tell me what needs to be done, and then
I provide you choices of love or fear. Now, hopefully you're
choosing love, that's the ideal way to go but that's
all I'm doing. There is no manipulation, there's no force,
you go as fast as you want to because this is your journey
not mine. There's no ego involved. There's no judgment.
It's just you healing yourself in a safe place with an
exorbitant amount of energy. - See, I could not have put
that together. Those words would have been lost upon me
and but oh no, man. He just he shakes a voodoo bag and...
- And she changes for people. But you know, when I started this
journey is in our friendship, it was a very different thing.
- Yes. - And I've talked about that in our last podcast, you
know, where you came from was not a person that is jumping
in on the- I mean, I'm not saying that you were not a
religious person who did not believe in an extra- you know,
in power of any kind. But that is not where your focus
was in life. - No, not at all. - No, you had plans
to jump deep into the IT world, you wanted to travel the
world with a laptop and fix things remotely from the beach.
- Exactly. - That's what you wanted. - Exactly.
- You wanted a... And that's crazy to think,
because you could do it, you knew who could? - Yes , I could.
- Yeah - [laughs]
- You have the ability. You are not... You are technologically
savvy as either one of us, and to see that, you know, you
went through your trials with
the wheelchair. - Yes. - Line that out for them real quick.
That way we...for people that are not have a listen to the
other one. - So, you know, short story. I try to make it
quick. Pretty much, I injured myself in the military. When
got healed up there and then follow that quite a few years
later, injured myself again. And then this is also where
my partner stepped in after I injured myself the second
time. I was put on a waiting list for a year, basically.
And during that period of time, she was pretty much taking
care of me, Sky, my lovely Sky. So gangsta, she's so gangsta.
But she had my back and she's is taking care of me and...
While I was trying to recuperate from the knees situation,
both my knees torn meniscus, I ended up herniating my
back and then I start getting nerve damage when that herniation
[inaudible], and then the medical doctors and
the surgeons, particularly orthopedic, was trying to say that
basically telling me to stay away from stairs and not to
do this. Basically is to stop living. They're telling her
that early 30 something year old to stay away from stairs,
good times. But yeah, that was pretty much the the whole
process there, and then once the surgery started to come
around, and that was even a debacle to begin with because
there was a lot of hesitation on the medical side. And so,
I think it just get prolonged and constant going back and
forth and when they did the-they finally did the knee
surgeries, they did both of them at the same time. Well
you need your back to heal your knees. And then six months
later, they did the back surgery. And then, that first surgery
took away my ability to move my legs. And then that surgeon,
try to kick me out of the hospital because he has whatever
issues with people that don't look like him. And then, he ended
blowing out my back in that process so then two days
later, I had to get another surgery to give me the ability
to start to move my...to have Sensations in my legs again,
and to be able to move my big toe.
- So, yeah, that
was after that second surgery, and then that was another
long process of trying to heal because once again to heal
your back, you need your knees and vice versa. So yeah,
it was a lot of trials and tribulations. It was pretty
hard, but fortunately, as I said, I was able to get an
exorbitant amount of support from Sky. My mom was there.
I had some friends that came through, that was awesome,
you know what I mean.
Like it was... It helped. It definitely
helped but it was it was tough times and with the medical
system failing me in the way that it was, and being treated
like a drug addict and then being treated like a homeless
person, and then being profiled and you know, all those good
things you don't want to experience and you wish didn't
exist, but they do. That actually push me in
the direction of going more of the energy way, going to
eastern medicine and then that's what start putting me
in this path, and then finding out what my natural abilities
were and what resonated with me. It wasn't western medicine,
it wasn't the narcotics, it wasn't the intrusive behavior,
or having to navigate through the profiling of how
to get results when everybody should be just treated equal
when you show up. We are all trying to get help, right?
So yeah, that's what...
- That's what got me in this direction.
- Well, and when you experience something as profound as being
able to help yourself from a position that maybe you weren't
even really aware you could do to get such a result. I
mean, we spent a lot of time together when you had a wheelchair,
you had to worry about... Where I had to literally worry about
you coming to visit with a gap that was, you know, five
inches high from my dorm like, well, shit house. If I'm
gonna get through that, doorway, you know, we just gotta...
- Right. - You know, and it was never that sad. It wasn't like,
I had to get a special ramp for my four inches' door
- You know, thinking about that kind of stuff
to somebody now that walks in here completely unassisted...
- Yes - That has had...from me made quite the recovery.
- I am regrowing
cartilage. - What? - Yeah. - Is that a thing you can do?
- According to
Western medicine, no, that it cannot be done. But I'm
finding out that there's a lot of things that are not in
[knocking] - [laughing]
Well, I mean, that's a fact, right? Like that's
where shit starts. - Yes, you know, there's- it's basically
like, if it's not in the book, it doesn't exist. And I'm
like, well that book seems awfully small then. - Yeah.
- Well, and
you've had you know, you pointed over to the lovely
Miss Sky, who's sitting over here with us and you know,
she is a prime example of what a partner should
be. Because I saw her wheel your ass around. - Yes. - And
you know, she wasn't happy about it some days. I know
she wasn't happy about it. Like she went through it
with you. You don't married to her. You don't own your
at the time. You don't own a house with her, I mean, she
didn't have to be there for you. - Nope, not at all. - No.
And the fact that at the end of it, you are as grateful
and knowledgeable of the sacrifice that she took for you.
- Oh, absolutely.
- I mean, that's your down homie. Like when I tell people like
I know some people that have strong relationships, watching
what she had to put up with you... - Right. - I mean that
is... Put a ring on it, son. Get on it.
- I mean, that's a
good girl. - Well, we're not into the whole marriage thing,
but definitely the spiritual rings. Yeah, it's on clack
clack. Yeah, I got it on lockdown. - Yeah. Yeah, she knows
where you sleeping at night.
Yeah, no. But I've always... I mean, really, because the
day we all went to the park with the food truck thing,
you were having a bad fucking day anyway, and... - I was trying
to drift in that wheelchair. - Yeah, you did. You were racing
little kids in wheelchair. - Yeah. - Like in... - Well if I was
stuck in it, I'm going to make the best out of it.
- You might as well make the best of it.
- Right. - You can be as guns going on.
She's flexing. Got the most
upper body strength of any wheelchaired black man, with a
good attitude I've ever seen. And that's the thing about you,
you've never had...nobody ever put your light out and that
has to be a part of that spirituality. - That is one of those
things that even from a young age, I was always happy one.
Like, I was always emotional, I was always sensitive, but
it was like, I enjoyed to be happy and I got to watch vicariously
through other people. That it was like, it takes a lot
of energy to suck, and I don't mean just like suck in that
way, but it's like to actually have a poor attitude to
like, man, to frown. I'm like really, you gotta wake up
early to practice that. Like it just kind of threw me off. Like,
how much effort it actually takes to be negative and I'm like,
"You know what, here's the hand I'm dealt with. This is
where I'm at. I'm gonna make the best that I can out of
it." And then because, there's other people that there's a
level of accountability, why am I going to bring them down?
This is my scenario. I don't need to make things
worse for other people when it wasn't their choice. It's
not their fault, so why should I blame them?
You see what I mean? - Yeah.
Why take your shitty situation and make everybody
else's situation already harder than it has to be. - Right.
- You know, because it takes a shitload of energy to be nasty
and negative to somebody. It just take any energy at all to love
somebody. - Well, this is the one of the things that kind
of cracks me up because it's like, "Excuse me for cursing,
to be shitty." That's taught. You don't come out just shitty.
You don't come out just like, "I don't want to talk to you."
- She said, "Maybe."
Well, no, okay wait. There's always some exceptions
to the rule. Fair enough. There's this somebody's like
exceptions to the rule. Some people just come out like
straight out of Gremlins, you know?
I know that millennials
may not understand. - That's a great way to put it. They
just come out, just like, "I'm just, this is my role in this
lifetime is to make everything so suck." Yeah, you know,
credit, and you can't you know, that's the rule.
- I count myself fortunate
not being able to put that label on anybody in my life
right now. - Okay. I'm sure that there's somebody. If you
think hard enough..
- Yeah, the guy that owns the keys like...
- You're going to be like, "Oh, yeah.
There's this person."
But like nobody I'm on a first-name
basis now in my life right now. No, because I think you try
to separate those people from your life. If you're smart,
you do, right. We got to. - In most cases, I don't know. I...
- See I've always had the experience that kind of come out to
you see as a little sideways. Like, this is one of the things
that I've always appreciate down south. Everybody's honest
From you got three minutes. There's that three minutes
to truth, right? Since it's you find out whether gonna
be friends, foes, or indifferent, right, in that three
minutes. Up here, a little bit different though, because
it's like, sometimes it's like, you're like, "Hey." They
smiled, they make eye contact. We're good. No. No.
- You're talking about the freeze.
- Never mind, the Seattle freeze. I know all about that.
- I don't even. But the
thing is, I don't even know if it's just limited to just
like the Seattle thing, like it's just interesting. - It's
probably, every major city has got that problem. - The
west coast is interesting. It is a little interesting. Nothing
but love though. It's... Fortunately, I got to say this. It
helped me to be me. And so, I'm always grateful for everything
that I've experienced prior to... I'm grateful for the fact
that, you know, actually I went through all those trials
and tribulations. I'm grateful that I met Sky.
I'm grateful that Sergeant dislike people of ethnicity
so much he tried to ruin my life in the manner that he
did. Because if he didn't do that, I would not have gotten
to where I am now. It took that... It took all those series
of events, all of those messed up, worst time of my life
experiences to get me to appreciate everything on such
a grand level that I'm actually willing to put myself
first and self-love, and focus on going inward, so I can
go outward. So, therefore, I'm always come in at everybody
at 100%. They get 100% of me because of all of those things.
So, I'm grateful. Like, yeah, they sucked and I tell people
and they're like, "Oh man, you're gonna sue? Blah, blah blah."
And I'm like, "No, it made me me." Because if those that... If
I didn't go through that, I wouldn't be where I'm at right
now. - The amount of negative energy would take to sue the
VA anyway, like you'd be wrapped up in a lifetime
of fucking misery and dirt flinging. - Well just to throw
this out there, just to correct it so it's understood.
The VA started the process with the knees. I went somewhere
else to get my back... to get the surgeries done on my back.
So, this was outside the VA. - Oh good. - Yes. And then that
was the surgeon, the first surgeon, he's the one that tried
to take a brother out. And then, now you know, my ethnicity.
- Yeah. - And then the second surgeon,
I would love to say his name because...
- No, we don't do that. No good get out of it anyway.
- But I know, I know. I won't do it. I'm just saying,
I would love to say his name because
he's the one that got my feet moving again. He's
the one that got things reconnected... - Oh, the one you like?
- The one that helped me. - Oh, you can say his name. We love
to give props to anybody that is a good person. - Oh, oh,
that's what's up. Like, as I said, blah blah.
- No, it's good for him.
That's that's good advertisement for him. - Dr. Ferroke[?]
at Viginia, Mason.
Thank you, mad homage. You helped
get me to where I am. - Yeah. - So... - No, we love that. Like
we have no problem with positive... Like somebody out there
doing right by people. All day long. - No, he was phenomenal. He
was phenomenal. He looked at my situation and it was kind
of cool. He was like, "I got you, I got you." You know.
And then helped me out and got things squared away. Took
me back into surgery the next day, and then it was on
to recovery, you should bring him a Thank You card. - It
would be... Yeah, actually you know, I guess I could... - Walk
in to [inaudible]. - That would make his day.
- Because at first was a while I got...
I don't want to go back in there. - No, show him you're
walking bring it as a card. - Yeah, no actually I was thinking
about a kind of like, you know, going in like gymnastics
style. Doing some flips and cartwheels, and just like, "Look,
this is where I'm at."
Because they... There was this con that you know,
doing the whole process or like you're never
going to be the same. There was too much that was done.
There's a lot of nerve damage. It's not going... you're not
going to be right again. Everything that I am right now,
I was told that this is not really plausible. And here
we go. Power of energy and just the power of love and self
love and not having any blockages and having that trust
and confidence and that communication with your body and your
mind and your spirit, and allowing everything to work in
a synergistic relationship where there is no ego. There
is no control, it is just free flowing love.
It's life, you know.
It is allowing this to happen. There
was a moment during my first, the first back surgery. Okay,
I'm just gonna back us up a little bit. There's a moment
on my first back surgery where I actually died. I was not
told that I died. And it took a little bit investigation
to find this out. But yes, that and that's
kind of one of those things in this is it. This is
why I appreciate that first surgeon being the way
that he was, because it actually took my life. And then
when they brought me back, it kind of turned a lot of things
on for me. And it was a... And so now, as I say, going down
this path and then with me going down to the path of energy
in trying to do Eastern healing or more natural healing.
And when I started to learn Reiki and for
me, Reiki was a mode for me to learn me. Before I actually
started Reiki, it was already brought to my attention,
I probably discovered, I could actually flow energy
already. I didn't have students struggle with that I just
didn't know how to do it. I had no structure,
I had no instruction.
I didn't, I wasn't taught. I wasn't in when I was younger,
I never got the opportunity to learn how to do me and the
way that I'm doing me now. So, Reiki was a teacher for
me and in that process, I learned how to listen, use my
medium mobility and listen to my guides and listen to energy.
Because that's when I found out. Wait, I can hear energy.
I can hear my guides. I can listen on so many different
levels. That it's with me being able to do that, it allowed
me to start to learn more of how I work. And as I'm progressing,
I realize that I'm more of a natural. I'm naturally of
a neutral person. Anybody has ever known me, I've always
treated everybody exactly the same. Whether you're a man,
women, there's no one over the other, we're all equals. - That's
- And so for me naturally, it's like I realized I'm
actually a neutral cat. So, one of the things is, while
I was doing this and discovering, I realized that I actually
I can flow the frequency of love. And as I'm doing this,
and I'm discovering once again, myself, that's when I'm
opening up my chakras and I'm just going in. I'm going
in fearlessly and removing all the fear from my being and
making sure that there is no ego involved. Actually, basically,
I put ego in the backseat and I was like, "Look out the
window. You're not driving, no more." And with that, I realize
that and I love Reiki for what it was and what it is. I
became a Reiki master. Once again, it helped me get
here helped. I'm still called Down 2 Vibe and that
is out of homage because of my Reiki master, but I realized
that my natural gifts, resonate way more with me than me
using another modality as it were. So from there, I actually
transitioned. I transition from using Reiki to just using
my natural gifts. So now once again to illustrate, that's
why when it comes to healing, every situation is always
different because I'm listening to you and I'm coming in
with no preconceived anything. And then now, I've actually got
to the point where instead of me just flowing love, I can
flow source energy. And then, I found out that I can flow
space. I know that one kind of... - What is source
energy and space? Break that down. - Okay, so this is, I love
this. This is where it gets good. Everything is infinite.
This is the beauty of learning from basically
not learning the Dogma or the structure from a teacher,
a human teacher as it were. I learned from energy,
I learned from my guides. So, everything they're teaching
me is inifinite, everything is abstract,
there is no structure,
there's no Dogma, there's no limitation other than you.
You are the one that sets the tone for how things can
be or what they're going to be, right? So if you're thinking
small, well everything's going to be small. If you're thinking
infinite will guess what? You're going to move in an infinite
manner. So, when I start flowing love it
was very powerful and I was like, "Wow, this is amazing.
Oh my goodness, I feel like a really bright light bulb."
It's crazy. And during that process I was like, "Well what's
above this?" And then I was like, "Huh, there's source. Source
makes this." So basically, just to give a little illustration
love would be like the fuel, right? It's like the fuel.
It burns, everything runs on that fuel in some fashion
or form, it runs on it. And then, you have source and sources
like this spark. Okay. So now you got the... So now, I'm flowing
the fuel, and the spark. And it literally made
my... So, when I was falling in love, like, when I would
work on people, the sessions would be about 45 minutes
to an hour and a half. Almost is the same for like when
I was when I was working using Reiki, correct? So, 45 minutes
to an hour and a half. When I start flowing source energy,
that for 45 to an hour and a half session, went down to
15 to 20 minutes. And we did everything. And this is from
I'm clearing out all your fear. I'm clearing out all all
the negative energies within your being like, we're clearing
your whole body all at once, I'm resetting all your chakras.
I'm activating them. I'm turning them. I'm not just activating.
I'm charging them up. I'm resetting your aura. Like, I'm
doing all of these in the count of 15 minutes, maybe even
20, which normally, this would take a process. You have
to do a couple sessions to get all this stuff done. But
mind you, because I am coming from a neutral space and I'm
giving you the choice, love or fear. All of this stuff is
happening and is done. And the beauty of it is, I didn't
tell you to do this, you did it so it's yours. It will
never go away because you did it yourself.
So, if you never came back to me, you'll always be right
there. You'll never go backwards. You can stop. Now, granted,
that may feel like you're going backwards, but you'll never
reverse, and so, that was using source energy, that spark.
- Did anybody else picture a flamethrower
when he's talking about the source and the love.
- You just love flame, you're just making some shit hot.
[laughing] - [imitating flame thrower sound]
- That's funny.
So Ben, I want to step back and say, so you died.
Tell us about that. Like how did you find that out?
- Like... Yeah.
- I'm glad you got that. - Yeah. So you actually died like in
surgery just... - Yeah. - Wow. - Yeah. I actually died. I left
my body. I was over medicated or over... What
do you call it? - Wanna say like overdose, but it's...
- Over sedated? - Over sedated, thank you. - Over sedated
to the point where your heart stopped. - They
did. I was over sedated and it was the reason and
I actually was kind of interesting because right after
that when I came out, I became immediately opiate resistant.
They had me up to 22 mg of Dilaudid every two hours and
I was talking just like this. Like it was going in, my pain
would go away for about maybe a half hour, and then it
would come right back. And they were like, "Whoa, what's going
on here?" And it was immediate, my body responded immediately
to that, it was like, "We're not letting this happen again."
- Wow. - Yeah. It was pretty amazing but it was my body
adapted instantly to that scenario.
But how I found out?
Obviously, I didn't find out through the doctors or the
surgeon, especially the surgeon, he wasn't going to tell me
anything. But, it was one of those it was... I was
going through... I was doing a healing session with one of
my colleagues at. She's phenom-
actually, I'll give her a shout.
Heather Islander, craniosacral therapist, and she's the
one that helped me actually truly identify the fact that
I'm a medium, and that the ability to hear. It was kind of
funny because I was like, I was hearing things and I was
like, "Oh." I'm like "Whoa are you doing this?" And she was
like, "No. They're here because of you. You're the one that's
here. You're the one that... Like, I know they're there but
you are the one that's interacting with them." That was
like, "Oh wow! That's amazing." Okay, this is the dismisses my
jam. Okay, so with that, I was able to be a medium
that I am. I can communicate with all aspects, from NN
at inanimate objects to the physical, the mental, the emotional
and also the spiritual. It is almost works like a universal
translator. It's kind of cool that way. So, for example,
I have the ability, if I wanted to know what's going on
with my liver or your liver... - Don't ask my liver equation.
- Don't ask, don't tell.
- Right? No, no. But like if I was to ask and of
course, when it deals with anybody outside of me, it's
always about permission. Because like normally I don't need
to know, I don't want to know, that's your business, quite
frankly. There's so many other beautiful things I'd rather
be paying attention to my little that I don't
really pay attention to what's going on with people,
especially if they're not healed because a lot of times,
like the mental and the lot of things are, they're so similar.
It's like it's so cultivated that is almost like the same
thing over and over and over. So either way, during our
healing session, it was time for me to actually, I had
actually reached a place where I had truly reached love,
and I was actually... I forgave everything prior to that.
And the way I was able to forgive it, I was thankful
for where I was. And so, being dyslexic in this manner because
I couldn't do it forward, because I was like, "That sucked,
that was horrible." That was, oh my goodness, that person,
why are they still here? You know, I mean, that type of
deal. But then when I went reversed and when I did it from
where I'm happy that I'm walking, I'm happy that I can
smile, that I can wake up every day. Like, I'm just a preacher,
I'm happy that I got Sky with me, you know. I'm happy that
my My mom supports me the way she does and she's always
here, you know what I mean. That I got friends that actually
show up and interact with me and I'm not getting shunned.
And, you know, I'm not dealing with all this negativity.
that was once bestowed upon me, that I was constantly dealing
with every day of my life for a while. Being
grateful on that level, I was able to... Thank you. Thank
you passed. Thank you, hardships. Thank you, trauma. And
I know I said this before, but once I got to that point,
it was crazy because I was meditating and then everything
just cleared up and I felt so much lighter and literally,
it felt like my vibration just went through the roof on
that one. Like, it was just like, I was gonna start floating
or something. It was amazing. So, when I went to go see
Heather and we were doing, we had a session, I was ready
to hear the message from my heart and it literally was
an experience I don't know how to describe it other than
the fact that I was able to physically experience that
scenario that happened when I was on that slab. And also,
hear my heart talk to me about it. I'm just gonna put this
out there, your heart never wants to stop and its primary
concern is keeping you alive. And when it fails or when
it stops beating, it is like I have one job,
right? Is like I got one job and I can't do that one job
anymore. It's like the worst thing ever. Like, it's crazy.
I didn't even know my heart had emotions like that. Why?
It's my heart, right? But I didn't know that it was like this
really, and it was really hard. And to experience
that and actually to experience what it felt like for your
heart to actually stop, it was amazing,
scary and beautiful all at the same time. Like, it was
almost like the worst moment, but the best moment
of my experience because it brought things into clear perspective.
While I was just like, "Wow." And that's when I discovered
and then that's when my heart was telling me, we
stopped, we got zapped, we were dead. I was... That heart
was not beating three to five minutes. And
it got a little gray after that because I actually have
stepped out of my body. So when that It happened, it was,
you know, time is no longer relative, really. It's only
relative in the physical.
Once you step out is like times
kind of like whatever. So, that's how I actually found
out. I actually found out during a session when my heart
actually broke it down and then, I actually had to re-experience
what it felt like to die. So therefore, every all of me
as a whole was on the same page, because every
part of me knew except for my conscious. The conscious
was the last one to show up to the party, right? And so,
I had to get caught up. And when that happened, that's
when things really started to move forward, because now
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the next part of this. Now we've got everybody completely
caught up on what live maybe, is so last we saw,
you were you got your website up, your
business cards made. Now, you move forward you've got an
actual space, you're doing things in. How has that been for you?
- I got to do this. So, It was just is very serendipitous
that things happened the way they did. So then, when I
last time I was here, shortly after that, I joined a group,
business networking group. I joined them because every
time I try to talk to anybody in West Seattle, they did
not respond to me well. No matter how I presented, no
matter how big the smile was, even if I got somebody else
to introduce me, I can't get the time or day. Like, it was
just very unfortunate. And so, I joined the business group
and during that I was able to cultivate me like a base.
I turn being the business group into... I don't know.
Can I say the name? - Yeah, why not.
- Yeah. BNI Awesome, the West
Seattle Champions, cool, bunch of cats. They allowed me
to be me. And it was cool because even the ones that were
like, "`I'm probably never going to talk to that guy." They
still were cordial, so I appreciate it. Thank you for the
ones that haven't talked to me. I thank you for being friendly
enough, anyway. So, when I joined BNI, and it was cool
because as I said, like I was working on me developing
my abilities transferring over from doing Reiki to using
just healing hands, which is just a natural ability to flow
energy through me into somebody else. And healing hands
has been in my family. It's been passed down. So, once I
transferred over that it was weird. Like, I kid you not,
my clientele, my clients doubled. Like all of a sudden
when I went from Reiki to join, only my natural gifts.
All of a sudden like things just doubled. I always just
got super busy. It was almost like overnight and I was
working out of my home and I'm very thankful for one of
my colleagues who actually gave me the heads-up. She informed
me, she was like, she basically just kind of let me know.
It's like, I'm having troubles sending people over to you
and I was just like, "What's going on?" You know what I
mean, like, what's happening? "Well, you're a black male
and you work out of your home." Those are like basically
three whammies again, shit. And it's hard for me to send
people to you and so I was like, "Not a problem. Got you.
Thank you for being honest." - That's not bad advice, anyway.
- No. I was like, I had to wait...
- How would a Senator go see Scott's, why that? - No.
- And then, you know what t's weird, anytime we
have to go to somebody's house to do work, right. - That's true.
- But see, like down south and a lot of other places,
the safest place
to do energy work from somebody who does energy work is
their home. - Probably true. - That is the most groupies to
jump in at that. - Yeah. Fair enough, fair enough. And
so, with that being said, it was so awesome.
Because when she told me this, I made a phone call later
that day. That next morning, I got a call back, "I have
a spot available for you at this location." Which is
now my office, and it was just like I'm Tomo
like everything was greased. It was so smooth.
Everything just happened and even then from once I switched
to that place, I start getting people off the street, in
the grocery store. We go to restaurants, they're like,
they start a talk with me, I'm telling what I do, they're
like, "Oh, you got a card?" I'm like, "Yeah, I got a card."
And then next you know, they're booking an appointment
with me. Like, I don't have to... I'm not advertising.
I'm not pushing. Well one, it kind of contradicts
my stand, where I stand being neutral. - Yeah, you don't
have any sales pitch? - No, I don't need one. - Anybody that
sits around you long enough realizes that you're on something
- And you've been like that long before this ever came around.
Anybody gets near you and they can feel going off you. It's like
sitting next to the sweaty guy on the bus, you just smell
it. You know, that there's something going on. - That's awesome.
- Well, and you know, go back to what I said earlier,
where I had always kind of been up and down with this whole
idea. But I mean, I've always considered
you to be an extraordinary
human being and whatever it is. If anybody could to get
any lesson from you, whether they believe or not, in power
or your chakras or whatever, any of that, even just a little bit
of what Vibes got, would be better for everybody in the world.
If everybody could get a little bite of that, and that's
I mean, that's just coming from somebody that doesn't believe
in a lot of things...
- But having seen that way that
my life has been in the last year, you have to believe
in some of that shit. Like my mother just passed. You happen
to know a little bit about that because my mother always
wanted to have a session with you ever since the first
podcast because she's our biggest fan. Like, that girl liked
and loved and shared and commented, and everything. Everything
she could do for us. And, you know, we tried to set that
up, you know. She'd asked for it, but she was just
too ill and too embarrassed of her living situation, to
have anybody come to the house? - I see. - So, when she went
into hospice, it was like, "All right, this is your shot girl.
We're going to get this set up." Like, I'll call Vibe and
get that done. And then they put on sedation and you came in
and, you know, in front of a bunch of people that you didn't
know, much of southern white women. I don't know what the
fuck's going on.
They're like, "What is this big beautiful black
man doing with our sister under sedation in the bed?" And
you didn't blink an eye. You knew what you were there for.
You could feel it. - Yeah. - And, you did your work and you
gave feedback that not necessarily everybody in that room
wanted to hear that you felt coming from my mother, and
I don't think that you would lie to anybody or hurt anybody
like this is what you felt. And, you gave that feedback and
causal strife in the room. But it came from a place of
love and honestly, every one of us would have told you that's
probably exactly what her will would have been. And, you
know, we're standing there talking. Just me you and my
older sister, and my mother's laying in the bed under sedation
in the hospice house. And we're talking and we're looking
and I cut to the left, look at my mother in the bed and,
"Man, she isn't taking a breath in a while."
- Yeah. - I'm watching. I'm watching I look at my older sister.
We will kind of look, we realize she just passed right then
because she could feel that, you know, there's a hard choice
on the table. - Yeah. - Because my my youngest sister, she's
coming into town and we were like, "Well, do we back off
that sedation to give her a chance to wake up to see her
daughter one more time." And you know, that cause some problems
because some people like, "Whoa, she's going to wake up.
We don't know what that's going to look like, is going
to be bad for which[?] terrifying?" What's this going to look
like? And you were saying, give her a shot. - That's
what she wanted. - Yeah, right. - That's what she was like
and I was repeating what she was saying, like a parrot,
you know. - And that caused some strafe and ultimately, that's
a decision for the three kids so, I was just going to put
that on the table and I was like, "Hey, what do you want
to do?" My mother didn't like to stray from the room. She's
like, "Hey, I can handle this real quick."
- Jumped out. - Yeah.
- Looked over and I mean, five minutes after that she was
just cited, that was it. - And she has some final words for you.
- And I have to honestly believe
that had been part of it? Like whatever
part of her consciousness was in there, listening to what
was going on. She was like, "Nah I got shit to do." You know?
And that was special and I'll always have
that in my family, and we thank you for that. And having
seen that, and my girl, I bought her a session based on
my experience having seen that to go down there and so
she can work through some of her problems and spend some
time with her energy with you, and she came back just completely
elated and couldn't believe it. I was like, wait a minute,
"What that black man did to you?"
- Well, my pretty white girl doing that I didn't know. Skinny.
But, you know, she was speaking just... I mean, she was feeling
colors and I mean, and it was great. Like, I think anybody
that wants to get down, should take a little journey over
to Vibes. Vibes love Castle. I let him hit you with that
You know, I just couldn't believe
like having those two, you know, she's not gonna lie to
me about it. If she thought it was bullshit,
she should've comeback
and been like, "Listen, I don't know what your friends pedaling.
He's real friendly and all..." - But this is some jabba jabba.
This is just some snake oil and that was not at
all the case. - Thank you. - And I mean, she's just as happy
as you can be and you said, you know, go home to a
place of peace. - Yeah. - You know, where you can really get
down and and feel, you know, feel the last vibration to your
tuning fork and that's what she did. And, you know
it put her in a different mind space. She's super happy
about that and she's like, "I'm gonna do that again." I'm
like, "All right, that's on your dime, girl."
You know, the first
one for free. It's like the crack man. But yeah, I think
that's great that you figured out how to walk that path
and I mean, that was really a valuable thing for us to
be able to, you know, to sit there and have that. And I
don't know nobody said shit to me about it.
I got no feedback. Like, when you said that my dad was
there and all that, we all believe that. Like everybody
knew like, you didn't know my dad that well.
- Yeah, he was yelling
at me. - Yeah, you know, he challenged your gumbo
- That's about all he did.
But you didn't know that my dad was selfish by nature.
- No. - He was - I didn't know him that well.
- No. And this shit you
said, well, I mean everybody unanimously said, "Yeah, that
sounds about right." Even though that's some shit you have
been wrong about, people would be mad at you in that room.
- Right. - Yeah, you don't stand over a lady that
is dying and say, your husband's being a selfish dick.
Unless we knew that that was absolutely very, very possible
because that's the kind of person that he was. It's not
a bad... Like nobody's saying that he's ain't loved but I mean,
his connection to his wife was unlike anybody else's. - Right.
No. Yeah, as I said like he actually yelled at me for, he
was like, "What you doing with my wife?"
And I was like, "Whoa, what are you doing?"
- Why you're still here? - Exactly. What...
- You got better shit to do, right?
No, it's one of the things is being on this path and being
where I'm at and learning, as I said, learning from my
guides, learning from energy itself and not knowing the
dogma, and the ego, that's not only passed down from teacher
to student, everything could be easy. Everything is simple.
It's like, in one of the things that I do with people
that was like, I gotta work. I gotta learn how to let go
of this and work through this. And I'm like, "Well, so here's
an option." The main thing is making that choice. That's
the most important thing that we always have, right? So
yeah, you can work. Do all this hard work and you can struggle
and like, "I'm trying to let go of this." Yeah, that's work,
but ultimately, that work is to lead you to make
the choice to say, "I'm ready to let it go." So when people
see me in that 15-20 minutes, it's like, "If you're ready
to let it go, then, guess what? I'm going to ask you and
I'll give you the energy so you can do it." And with some
people, I actually have help them remove the knowledge
of fear within them, so then when they come out, the fear
is gone. - Well, letting go of anything is hard. - Is it? - I
mean, it is. Like, I can hold a fucking grudge...
- If you do it on your own. - Forever.
And for me, like I just ran into this dude the other night,
like Friday night. I saw him and I did not like this kid
for 10 years, you know. I figured, you know, he got
his ass in a crack for... He had a 16 year old girlfriend
when he turned 18 and their parents threw him in, right.
They gave them that little child molester, Mark, on his record,
I found out about him and I used to fuck with them about
it, you know. And that's nasty and it's mean, and I'm
sorry, I did that. But he was a nasty dick to everybody
he knew. So this was all just a little way for me to just
to take him down a notch. And I realized, it'd be in that
kind of persons nasty, even in that didn't, you know? - Fear
perpetuates more fear. Yeah. - And I looked at him
and I saw that guy there, I went over there and I said
hi to him. I shook his hand and I was nice to him and I
just, you know. I knew where he was coming from.
What I did was nasty and just letting shit go and that's
hard enough and has a 10 year old grudge with some dude
who was nasty about some magic cards one time. - Right. When
you do it on your own, yes, it can be hard. But what I'm
saying is that there's always help, and to be open to that
help and just to simply say that you deserve to receive
that help and to make things easy, that's an option. And
when I deal with people, I have to explain to them, everything
is available to you, everything is an option. It's just
up to you to ask. I can't tell you what to do? I can't
lead like, I can point you in the direction but it's up
to you to drink. And from this standpoint, you have to make
that choice. But when you make that choice, I could take
you as far as you want to go. You know what I mean? I guess
there is no limitation. And as once again, there is
nothing but infinity sitting in front of you. You just got
to be open enough to receive it. And to say, first of all,
to have the self love to say that you deserve not to struggle,
you deserve to have things available, you deserve abundance.
It's all about that self-love, that confidence, that self-worth,
that were so taught and cultivated not to have. Everything
around us tells us, "It needs to be like this. It has to be
this structure. You has to have limitations. There's a top,
there's a cap, there's a bottleneck."
You know what I mean? There's so many things that are telling
us, no, no, no, no no. When actually when you go inward,
it's all yeses because that's love. That's you. That's
where we came from. There's a reason why when you're three
years old, you hug everybody. You try to shake everybody's hand.
You smile all the time. You enjoy everything, you fall
down and you laugh. There's a reason for that. Because you
came from a place of love. You're taught not to make eye
contact. You're taught to judge people. You're taught to
profile. You're taught to say, no. You're taught to say
no to yourself. You're taught to not have enough time to
spend time with you. Most people don't even know who the
heck, they are. Most people don't even know what's going
on with them internally. They don't know. - I'm one of those
people man. - They got scars from when they were a
kid and they have no idea. Why? Because they don't even
know themselves. They're not... This culture here
is not cultivating love for people to actually take the
time to love yourself. If you loved yourself and you go
out in the world, you know, what much better place would be.
Like, seriously. Because when you love yourself, you can
take the risk to say hello to somebody. You can take the
risk to the to hug somebody, because you're not risking
anything. - Don't hug them before you say hello to them.
- This is a very important message
from the Grit City broadcast.
Do not go hug people before you say hello. Surprise hugs
are weird. - Fair enough. Fair enough. No, you always want
to give people a heads up and allowed them to make a choice.
- I have, man.
You don't want to force anybody to do anything, of course.
As I said, that's one of our most powerful gifts is choice.
But once again, this culture doesn't cultivate this stuff.
And as I said, there's so much structure. There's so much
Dogma. There's so much limitation. And, I get people they're
like, "Man, I've been..." I've had people even tell me, it's
like, "I keep going to this dark place." And I'm like,
"We change your foundation from love or from fear
to love. We've transferred the control from your ego
to your true self, which is a body of love." What we removed
are the fear, the disappointment, the regret, the
shame, the guilt, the disa-, I already said disappointment.
The doubt, right? We remove all that because that's
all energetic. So once you remove that, why is it coming
back? And then, because you were taught how to go back to
it? Guess what? Being taught something means there's knowledge.
If there's knowledge that means there's energy. If there's
energy that's my jam, and I can help you get rid of it.
To let it go and even set it up so therefore, you can
no longer learn fear again because you made that choice.
But once again, it can be easy. And once you start to get
to know yourself and love yourself, and one of the most
beautiful things I teach that I work with so many people
and I try to explain this time, self-love. If you took that
three year old version of you and you sat them in front
of you, how would you show them you love you? How did
you show them you love them. - I'd hug him. I'd hug myself.
I hug little baby Brogan. - Right. You hug them. Would you tell
them you love them? - Yeah. - Would you give him a kiss in
spend time with him? - Man, I put that little bastard up on my
shoulder. I'd donkey ride his ass around the room. I would
want Little Brogan to know that older Brogan is not angry
old asshole. I never thought about that. What would you
do with you? Like you got to spend the day with three-year-old
you, what the fuck would you do Scott? - I don't know. - What
would you do? What would be the first thing you do? - I don't
know. Three year old me? - Three-year-old you. What do you gonna
do? - I don't know, man. - What would you do
to a three year old kid? - Make a breakfast.
Probably like make her watch TV. Just go watch TV, leave
- Just kidding. I don't know, man. Probably play.
- I never ever thought about that. - I love chasing kids around
there always. - That's a great mental exercise.
- But that's actually what
self-love is. So if you think about it, that three old
version of you, all the things that you would put in that energy
towards that three-year-old you, do that to yourself. - I
started doing yoga. - Oh, my goodness. - Yeah, I'm on seven
days of yoga. - Eight days of yoga. I've got yoga today.
- This motherfucker. Like...
- That is off. - You want to see something ugly?
Watch me do yoga.
- There is a lot of beauty in this
life, but me trying to touch my top rib to my thigh in
just such a way when I'm stretching is not pretty. I'm
telling you. That is the most unattractive pose like. Touch
your bottom rib to the top of your thigh. You like, you
know, what are you doing? It's horrible. But I got a
very pretty yoga partner. So, I just stand in the right
angle and it makes you look a way better. I must say. That's
some crazy shit. Yoga's good. - Yoga is good. - Yoga fuck
you up. I always thought it was just a bunch of stupid
hippies in a field that's just kind of stretching and all
this, and all of a sudden I'm like, "Man I had cramps in places
I didn't know you could get cramps." Like
the two muscles on either side of your nuts, those
things like starting to like change and stretch and
they do interesting popping things now, and like shit
that I haven't done in a long time. - That might not be good.
- Yoga is shit, dude. - You get that checked out.
- No, it is good, I've done that
before. I've had that back in the day. - Oh, okay. - That is a
normal thing when you stretch those muscles. Muscles that
haven't been used, they freak out. But yoga's some shit and
this is all because of my more recent experiences in realizing
in my life. I have lived in this weird world that I'm worried
about money. I'm worried about what is going
to happen in the future so badly, I...
- You're so much in fear.
- Well, I realize I'm choking the fuck out of my life and
having the two people that raised me expire and looking
at what their lives look like and listening to their regrets
from their point of views, when they know death is a week
down the road. And the shit that they told me and their
hopes and their dreams for what they wanted for me, what
they wanted for themselves and realizing that so many of
us are on this route to this oblivion of nothing. Working
for somebody else where you're punching a clock eight hours
a day to make a widget, and the widget is going into this
other machine that's going to keep feeding other people
to do these exact same things. What the fuck happened to
village mentality? There was a guy with a job and his job
was helping everybody else by making an arrow. By making
a wheel, by helping attach your roof, what happened in all that?
Now, we're making fucking iPhones, you know.
- Well, so basically, is
you do whatever resonates with you. - Yeah, and that's so hard.
- Did you do whatever makes you happy?
And you actually comes from your truth,
from your heart, and is actually genuine. If everybody did
that, this world would be so much of a better place.
- And that's where fear comes in.
Because who can say, here's the stopper. How the fuck...
- Here's the stopper. The ultimate stopper.
- Like in looking at you going,
"I know damn well what you wanted to be when you grow
up." You had your IT goals. He wanted to go back to Gulfport,
Mississippi and help your community. - Yeah. - With that money
that you made that in that IT dream[?].
- I wanted to rebuild Mississippi. - Yeah.
- Literally all the Mississippi. I wanted to start and Gulfport
and work my way out. - Yeah. - But, absolutely.
- And that was your plan.
I could have told you your plan verbatim. Yeah. - And to see
that you said, alright fear, you know, you could have
done that. That very well could be a dream. It probably
still is in a lot of ways a dream but you have a different
way of looking at it. Because you were not afraid to go,
"Hey, that IT job, you take a backseat. I don't need you
anymore. I got a different thing. I'm gonna go
chase energy to find my way in this world and help carve
other people's lives. - I'm gonna be me.
- That takes a giant fucking jump of faith.
- I jumped off the cliff. - Destiny, you know.
- Like if there was a bottom of that, I would just jump in.
- You got your life partner right here, that can't
be, I mean, she has to have a little fear about that too.
- Yeah. - Or at least initially she's going to say,
"Wait, what?" When I - [laughs] - When I
met you, you were going to be an IT guy. We were partying
and hot-tubbing with Brogan with some drugs and some craziness.
And now, you're telling me that you're going to go and you're
going to set up a Hut on the street corner
and you're gonna heal people. I mean, that is some fear.
That is got to be terrifying and scary, and just to know
that somebody else is doing that and to see it, I mean
it is beautiful. I appreciate you. - Thank you, thank you.
It's been... As I said, it's been wild to show
people and just to let people know that there's things
aren't the way that they think that it has to be. Like,
I do clearings and blessings. And even when I did
your house, when I did yours, I actually I use sage that
time. Well, now, literally, it takes me... If I was to in
most situations, unless there's something going on or if
somebody needs me to do more talking or communicate more
things, but typically, I can go into any residential house
and do a clearing and blessing in under five minutes. With
no sage, no nothing.
- Yeah, I think you did about 10 and a half
or 12 minutes, maybe a little longer than in my apartment.
- And that's because I was saging it.
- Yeah. - And that was the part that took the longest.
But now, as I said once again, I've gotten to the point
and I'm a bit of resonated such a level, that I don't need
to do any of the ritual aspects of it. It's not necessary.
Now granted, if that's your jam and that's
what you need to do... - And that's what you need to make it
even feel valuable, right? - Right. Then that's what's
up. Like that to each has their own. - Customer service.
- And not everybody
has to do it the same way, and that's the beautiful part
about it. It's not everybody has to do with the exact same
way. The way that I'm able to do it that resonates with
me, I can walk in, I can feel what's going on, I can clear
the place, I can bless it and I can walk right back out.
I just did one, it took me like, literally, I think she
said it was like two minutes. But the funny thing was, she could
fit, like she was sensitive enough. She felt everything
that I was doing, and it all resonated with her and she
has not had any issues, and all the like the headaches and
all that she was experiencing are no longer. She's no longer
experiencing those. So, it's one of those things where...
What's that? - Oh, I'm sorry. - [laughs]
I'm just holding this piece of paper. I'm like
making a sign for you. Like we got five more minutes Vibe.
- No. But it was one of those amazing things
where, as I said, everything's an option. Everything can
be easy. Everything could be simple. You just got to be
willing to say that you deserve it. That you just
have to decide that you love yourself enough to allow it
to be simple and easy. Do you deserve it? I want to hope
that everybody says yes, and if they say yes and if they're
ready, I'm happy to show them just how quick and simple
healing, love, being in a good place can be. And, how far
infinite actually is. - And how do they go about getting a hold
of you? So there's a few different ways, you can either
go to my website, which is downtoreiki.com, and
you can send me an email through the website itself. I
also have Facebook going. Once again, it's Down 2 Vibe.
Twitter, I have a Twitter account. - It's got two big fan of
your Twitter account.
- I like Twitter, it's my thing. - Nice, that's what's up.
It is... So, those are the two like the social ways, they
actually get a hold of me. And then, of course, I'm down
in Active Space, 3400 Harbor Avenue, West Seattle, right.
When you get off the Harbor Avenue, exit off of the
West Seattle Bridge, big red building 322. I prefer
if you did knock on the door and it's appointment only,
but if you contact me typically, the way it works whenever
somebody needs to see me, my schedule clears for them. I
don't have to change my schedule. I don't have to do anything.
It literally, if I get a cancellation, there's somebody
coming that actually needs that help at that moment.
It's pretty phenomenal. And then, of course, as I said,
I do clearings and blessings. I get people to call me up
and just like, "Hey Vibe, I'm about to go into meeting. Can
you bless me?" Or, "I'm about to apply for a loan? Can you
bless me?" And, oh, the phone number?
- That's important. So
the phone number is 206-669-7268...
Everything energy is an option and once again,
because they come from a neutral space and I am strong
medium, it's never intrusive and is based off of what you
need at that moment. - All right. Well, that's been a hell
of a podcast. God, how you feeling? - That's a good one, man.
- I don't know, but I just always feel good. - Can I see? Can I
say one more thing? - Yes, you may. - Okay. - You
guys ready? - Yes.
- This is one of my mottos and it's one
of the things that I think has been lost. And those people
listening, I hope this resonates with you because this
is truly from the heart. Healers are to love equally and
unconditionally, without bias or judgment. That simple. - Yeah.
And if you want to love us, you can go by iTunes and leave
us a positive review. I would appreciate that. You can
sweep by our website, send us an email and tell us what
you're thinking. You can buy us a round of drinks. That'd
be nice. I like to bring it that. - I'd appreciate that.
- Yeah. You know, we got a little link,
you can click it, pay us some money, it'd be great.
We'll by a round. Will give you a shout out. All those things.
And thanks a lot for listening and we really hope that
this was enlightening for you in some way. So if you're
in the Puget Sound area, you want to schedule Vibe,
maybe you need need a little advice, you need some energy
work, Give that man a call. He gave you a phone number.
He gave you an email address, he gave you a website and
a Twitter. Get out there, get involved, learn yourself.
Thank you for listening. Goodbye.
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