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We are Cathy Matarazzo (aka "the Heart Doctor") and Warren Wojnowski (who Cathy likes to call "Intrinsic Guru"). Welcome to our show! Our program hosts many real life people with real life experiences they are ready to share with the world. Discover how they have found freedom in their lives and how YOU can do the same. The episodes being aired all deal with real people who continue to master their shadows and find their passions ... by honouring their hearts. And in doing so, they choose to ...
 
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Andrew Tate is a fascinating character. He's a natural showman, yet he's wrapped up inside the mind and body of a lifelong fighter. This conversation needed little in the way of a host, Andrew was ready to talk with just a hint prodding along any direction. He also shaped the conversation to travel the roads he wanted to drive along. In a conve ...…
 
Jon du Toit is an fascinating character. His work on the film Hoaxed: Everything They Told You Is A Lie is what sparked my initial interest in the man. It was an incredibly well crafted film and revealed more than most are prepared to accept about how the world of narrative and media is put together. In this conversation we discuss a bit about ...…
 
I walk and talk about a bunch of stuff.--- This episode is sponsored by · Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet Podcast: Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet is a comedy podcast featuring brother and sister duo Alex and Christine as they recap dramatic readings of one-star reviews, written by real people with not-so-real problems. https://open.spotify.com/s ...…
 
I rant about learning and authenticity and whatnot.--- This episode is sponsored by · Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet Podcast: Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet is a comedy podcast featuring brother and sister duo Alex and Christine as they recap dramatic readings of one-star reviews, written by real people with not-so-real problems. https://open.s ...…
 
I rant about why I departed social media and the Logocentrifugal Podcast.--- This episode is sponsored by · Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet Podcast: Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet is a comedy podcast featuring brother and sister duo Alex and Christine as they recap dramatic readings of one-star reviews, written by real people with not-so-real pr ...…
 
Nick Hinton was recommended to me by a previous guest on the podcast, Justin C. Scott, and I was interested immediately, because of his interesting work on conspiracies and interesting quirks in the fabric of reality and perception. This conversation was a very interesting one, and we covered many fascinating pieces of the mysteries surrounding ...…
 
Johnny Noble makes his second appearance on the podcast, and it was quite a conversation. The first thing I saw when Johnny turned on his video was a large television behind him showing a picture of some fiery galaxy. I busted up laughing. The conversation proceeded from there exactly as you might expect. We talked about the essence of being, t ...…
 
Beth Martens is a woman I was introduced to through one of her students who also happens to be a friend of mine. After learning what she does to aid people in their journey of self-knowledge directed at both personal and professional development, I was curious to learn more. So, I invited her on the podcast, and what ensued was a very valuable ...…
 
Az Samad is a fascinating character. Son of one of Malaysia's artist laureates and a journalist, he was brought up in a home that would be atypical anywhere, but especially in a culture which values a "sensible" career path typically embodied in engineering and the sciences. As was instead encouraged to pursue a life of artistic expression and ...…
 
Craig James is a man I encountered because of his connection to a great deal of young men I'm friendly with who have been influenced by his leadership and mentorship. He's also the partner in crime to me pal Hunter Drew, who was a previous guest on this podcast. Craig's message, on the surface at least, is a simple one. Make room for men to be ...…
 
Kunal is a friend of mine. We worked together to create some tools and systems that would enable him to make progress on a number of fronts, both personal and professional, and through that process I came to respect the man. Kunal lives in India, and my relative unfamiliarity with the modern iteration of this ancient land took up much of the co ...…
 
Tiger was a pleasure to talk to. It's refreshing and heartening to me when I get the opportunity to speak with a young adult with their shit together. Tiger has made certain realizations by 19 that it took me until my late 20's to figure out, and he's no need for the decade+ of recuperative work I had to put in to rebuild my life from the ravag ...…
 
John McAfee is a man who need no introduction. Even so, I'll give a brief one: Computers, Money, Advocating Freedom, Running for President, Government Targeting, Traveling the World (Fleeing Persecution), Social Media Messenger John has been advocating for personal sovereignty, an end to wars of aggression, ceasing the financial fuckery of cent ...…
 
Cake is a gal I ran into on twitter who has a message. A painful one. She's experienced some suffering over the course of the last couple years, and instead of letting it totally destroy her world, she's decided to take life by the horns and hold on with a GI-Joe Kung-Fu Death Grip. A biological death sentence in her mother was devastating enou ...…
 
Joe Vrola has been on the podcast before, and I invited him back to talk about his film Buzzkill New Jersey, because it's almost out and I think that's pretty badass. The last three years of Joe's life have been spent obsessing over every detail of the making of this film. Writer, director, editor, lead actor, etc... Joe basically did everythin ...…
 
Dev is an interesting gal. She was recommended for the podcast, and had a lot of interesting perspectives and useful insights. We talked about things like relationships with mentors, waking up to responsibility, relationships with God and your roots, how to identify when it's time to cut threads on poisonous relationships, and a lot more. We go ...…
 
Justin Murphy was an interesting feller to talk with. He's a sharp-minded dude, and has clearly spent quite a lot of time thinking about his place in the world, and what this life means to him. I came across Justin awhile back, because of me pal Jason Snyder, and I found his content to be quite thoughtful and lucid. I invited Justing on the pod ...…
 
Phillip Eubanks is a genuine and decent human. He's been one of the most ardent supporters of this podcast, and of my work in general, and I was curious to see what makes the man tick. So, I invited him on the podcast to get a better understanding of who Phil is, and what his mission is. I'm very glad I did. Many of my guests are already establ ...…
 
Justin C. Scott has been a pal since shortly after I joined Twitter. He's also one of the few people I recorded and impression of, and it has been one of the most popular I've done. Justin is an easy dude to befriend. He's relentlessly positive, and constantly offering up insights into how to shift the flows of energy of the layers beneath the ...…
 
Matt Stephens is a strong man. Not just in the physical sense, but in his bearing, in his very demeanor. His passion for life is evident in nearly every sentence he uttered during our conversation. There were several times where it seemed as though he had to consciously keep himself from bursting out of his seat and bellowing out the message. O ...…
 
We talk about clowns, and even have a special visitor.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/support
 
Shadeed Eleazer is a thoughtful and intelligent dude. I ran into him in the potential maximizing realm of twitter, and I've always appreciated his useful and positive content. He's delivering value, and avoiding most of the beef that can be part and parcel to competitive types. In our conversation, we talked about mentality, environmental facto ...…
 
Niels is a smart fella. I ran into him on Twitter, and after about two-dozen insults back and forth (which I clearly delivered with more skill and better content), we became pals. Though his emphasis is something quite different than mine, his skill in persuasion and narrative analysis combined with his use of uncommon mental tools to elicit gr ...…
 
This is the second time Roman McClay has appeared on this podcast. He was my very first guest, and now he's also my 72nd guest. Roman is about as fascinating as they make 'em, and he's spent the last years in the mountains of , writing, publishing and marketing (barely this) the novel Sanction. It is a tome unlike any other ...…
 
We talk about what might happen after you die.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/support
 
Adam Kokesh is a man on a mission. A while back, I put out a call to my audience for interesting guests I might bring on the podcast. Adam was one of the first names dropped, and was quickly seconded. He was ready to make that happen, so we got the ball rolling, and I'm very glad we did. The dude has passion flooding out of him, and it's all ab ...…
 
Praetorian Swift is a good dude, but he's a bad man. Badass that is. He's spent the last couple of decades learning and teaching the skills necessary to ensure that soldiers, law enforcement and the Average Joe are able to defend themselves and those whose protection has been placed in their hands. I stumbled across Swift in the same way I usua ...…
 
Jonathan Pritchard is a man who lives a very uncommon life. He's made his way through the world as a mentalist, juggler and magician of sorts, creating a path for himself that veers well off of the beaten path. Along the way, he realized that the skills he had developed to engage an audience and to lead them into a perception of the world that ...…
 
Steel Janz is a feller I met on Twitter because of his association with a couple of the blue-collar geniuses I have befriended, previous and future guest Roman McClay among them, and it's been a great connection. It was a long conversation, and I may or may not have had two high-test beers during the course of the conversation, so we were able ...…
 
We talk about rain in the summer.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/support
 
David Reaboi came highly recommended by several people I respect, and after our conversation, it's not hard to understand why. National security, information warfare, cultural analysis are subjects for which David has an academic level of understanding, and that knowledge is supported and expanded by his on-the-ground experiences working in the ...…
 
Jean-Jacques (JJ) is one of my first pals from Twitter. He also used to have a beard. He's one of the few guests I've had on who had a specific agenda to his appearance, and since it was right up my ally, I was all for it. The value of being weird is something that I have a lot of experience in, and it was a very thoughtful conversation surroun ...…
 
Uncle Hotep has an infectious laugh, and it's one of his trademarks. I was glad to share in the laughter as we sat down to talk about all things culture. Whether we were discussing the narrative tactics of black feminists, why Talib Kweli is an asshole, the art of genuine listening or The Avengers, that laugh and the good-natured man behind it ...…
 
I rant about the damage false accusations can bring.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/support
 
Dylan is an interesting case. Young and ambitious, but not so much in a materialistic way so much as in a developmental way. He seeks to become the man who can embody the values he is revealing through faith in acting on his instincts. He's doing a damn good job of it if you ask me, and his network of business and personal relationships seems t ...…
 
Zuby is something of a sensation on social media and beyond these days. It wasn't always so, and he's been on the path to worldwide recognition for more than a decade. It's easy to believe, for those that have never tried, that "overnight success" is something that literally happens overnight. It almost never does, and Zuby has held the faith a ...…
 
Mohammed Afikur Rahman is unique among all the guests I've had on the podcast, and indeed, of all the people I've met. This episode was quite bizarre in many ways, and will require a lot of patience if you are to listen to it. I suggest that you do. The JivanMukti, as I mention within the episode, has only a sliver of his experience intersectin ...…
 
Ali Alexander is a well-know political operator, and a passionate one at that. I first discovered Ali during my deep dive into narrative warfare and saw that he was able to create a lot of movement around the issues he champions. Then, after a recommendation by one of my fans (who hates to be called a fan), I reached out to Ali to invite him on ...…
 
We talk about smiles and stuff--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/support
 
I rant about the need for a new set of social tools of communication and governance--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/support
 
Uncle Kairos and I had a chat back in January that was intended to go on the YouTube account of Aion Media Co. It somehow got lost in the shuffle, and it's been bugging me ever since, so today, I decided to honor the time he took to chat with me and load it onto the podcast feed. This was a free-wheeling conversation in a lot of regards, and yo ...…
 
Andrew Laird, or Drew as his friends call him, is a treasure of a human being. I am constantly awed by people like Drew. We all get caught up in the day-to-day travails and frustrations of our lives, and it can be difficult to take yourself out of your own frame to gain some perspective on just how lucky you really are. It's not that hard when ...…
 
Joseph Smith was a great dude to talk with. For whatever reason, his presence caused me to open up my heart, and he did the same. We had a very genuine and open conversation about God, the process and practice of prayer, my typical heretical musings on The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, dark pasts and bright futures, gardening, hu ...…
 
We talk about hearts--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/support
 
Joe Vrola was a surprising guest. One of the reason is that, to be frank, I knew little about the man before we had our conversation. Basically, I knew he is a filmmaker and leans conservative in his politics, and that he reached out to me with an interest in coming on the podcast. So, when this conversation went so deep into areas of the heart ...…
 
Hunter Drew will not be unfamiliar to many of my listeners, but for those who don't know him yet, you're in for a treat. It was very easy to talk to Hunter, and he wears his heart on his sleeve, which is why it's so easy to see that he's got a great heart underneath all that beard. We talked responsibility, friendship, removing poison from your ...…
 
Will Wilson is a dude I connected with on Twitter due to our mutual friend Garrett "Ginger Hitler" Dailey, and I'm glad we did. Twice Will is a young dude, but he's got a good head on his shoulders and has a number of things going for him that most do not, especially at such a young age. We talk business, philosophy, politics, capitalism, and m ...…
 
J-Hotz, AKA Jordan Dixon-Hamilton, AKA Patriot J, AKA etc... is a young man with a very bright future. Between law school, making music, developing an online presence and multiple digital income streams, J has a lot going on, and he seems to be doing it with ease and style. We talked about the nature of the law, narrative, pattern recognition, ...…
 
We start slow and end in an ear beating.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/support
 
I rant about how a modern civil war might look.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/support
 
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