In this last episode before he begins his spiritual quest, Cash explains his reason for leaving everything behind for a while and embracing new spiritual horizons in the coming weeks.
There's something about shamanic healing and about Jim Carrey's message in the wake of the New York Fashion Week 'bonkers' incident when he started speaking multi-dimensionally to a three-dimensional mindset.
So here's the issue: Cash has a swollen eye. He enlists Jocko Willink and others to get him off his pity-couch and back into the world regardless.
In this episode, he discusses the power of a black tourmaline bracelet, a meditation series by Carolyn Myss called Entering the Castle, about exploring the soul and releasing old habits, and tries to get on board with Jim Rohn's rules for success.
After Cash's Facebook page gets trolled, he explores what this vile attack means when it happens to us and what positive things we can take away from it. It's a chance to put into practice the lesson learned last week from Brene Brown.
On this episode, we reach deep into our grab bag of success principles, ideas that have sustained us for years, and begin to throw them out. It's time for a spiritual reboot.
Cash is blown away by three new and unlikely influences:
The Oprah Super Soul Sunday podcast
Jocko Willink and Leif Babin's phenomenal book Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy Seals Lead and Win, and
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson (except that in the show Cash doesn't include the asterisk, because we're grown-ups.)
It's a dazzling set of revelations that will change your perspective on life.
On a rare return to form, and to the podcast, Cash explores the upcoming eclipse and what it means for us as individuals and also the world. This is a tricky time. And there's more to come.
He also explores how to beat back anxiety with gratitude, and the technique you need to adopt if you want to receive a cosmic downloads from Divine Consciousness, such as the one he received this week.
Time to crow. Cash talks about the growing success of his Facebook Live broadcast with Debbie Griggs, plus the problems of filtering people who want to appear on it.
Excusitis seems to plague people. Or they worry too much, or they think of nothing but problems. "Why am I so poor?" is not a good question for someone who is experiencing a lack of money. Just as 'Oh, I'm always sick" is not a good statement for someone who wants to be healthy.
There's a clip of Neale Donald Walshe discussing the secret of getting money, plus some general discussion about a huge argument Cash had with his partner that made him ill, and how wearing crystals can play havoc with your energy.
This week, Cash explains why he didn't do a podcast the past two weeks. He also discusses the intention behind his new experimental Facebook Live weekly show with Debbie Griggs.
There are clips of Oprah on THR's Awards Chatter, Caroline Myss on Hay House Radio talking about entering the third phase of life, Anne Lamott giving her Ted Talk about life lessons learned, and a story from Osho about how the author of Think and Grow Rich didn't grow rich until he wrote the book. Before that he had nothing!
This week on the show, with the help of clips from Carolyn Myss and an article by psychologist Martha Beck, we take a look at the questions we are afraid to ask ourselves.
Are we afraid of being fully conscious? Myss says we are. Even though we set intentions and think we know what we want, when the divine prompt comes tellig us to go and claim them, we become nervous and shy away. That's why we don't get want we want.
There's talk of feng shui and manifesting desires, not letting anchors weigh down our psyche, and what we need to do if we're to remove the barriers that stand between us and getting what we want.
Despite still struggling to get the iTunes Store to accept that the podcast name has changed, Cash produces another episode, this time about giving up trying, and allowing what's right to happen.
There are clips of Chris Hardwick talking to Charlie Hunnam on The Nerdist podcast, and also a big discussion about what it means to step outside your accepted reality, with all its restrictions and boundaries, and live the life you were put here to live.
He also talks about his idea of officially being a mentor to people. Then he looks up the word 'mentor' and is not quite so sure.
In this episode Cash discusses a book called Extreme Ownership, about how to take full responsibility for your life and be the best you can be in every minute of it.
Like it or not, the Shift is upon us. Although he doesn't quite understand what a north node is, astrological, Cash explores the changes that are likely to happen in the next three years, when the north node is happening, reflecting changes that took place in our lives in 1998-2000 when it last happened.
There's a clip of James Corden talking about being the best version of you, director Guy Ritchie explaining ownership of life, and Daniel Scranton, who channels messages from the Arcturian Council, Archangel Gabriel, and the Unicorn Collective. Oh yes.