This week’s show is with JP Morgan, JP guides creators in being more powerful in every area of their life and work.
The entrepreneurs and artists he coaches all share an aspiration for excellence and an obsession with mastery. Through regular loving and confronting dialogue, which compliments their daily practice of self-cultivation, JP’s clients discover how their mind creates their world and how through surrender they can gain greater control, more fulfilment and exponential results in their life and work.
In its essence, JP Morgan has been supporting entrepreneurs and artists around the world since the late 90’s, though this work became his profession in 2010. Since then, he has supported numerous individuals in growing their peace, joy and success in the world through growing themselves.
Beyond his the daily work with clients, he has been invited to share his ideas and spirit on numerous stages. (TEDx, Global Citizens Forum, BBC & SkyTV, YES Group, Interesting Talks London, InsideOut Movement, METal International, educational institutions, etc.) At a private event, attended by many of the world’s billionaires, JP was invited to speak on creating a world world without borders. At the University of Cambridge, he was the subject of a covert study between the psychology and business departments where researchers sought to understand the impact of his state of being.
Previous to his current work with leaders, and post formal studies in Physics and Mathematics, JP founded a real estate business and then (from a backpack) founded a web media company serving local and global non-profits. He has lived nomadically while travelling the world for three years, coached human rights leaders, toured as a musician in bands, developed a children’s library in Cambodia, published travel writing and photography, competed as a black belt and triathlete, performed as a professional magician, studied with Buddhist monks and spiritual teachers, paraglided the Swiss Alps, cycled solo for thousands of miles and has gone on many other adventures.
In 2013, in the Riveria Maya, JP married a wise, loving and beautiful British-Indian woman. In March of 2016 they gave birth to their first child, a boy. Today his family calls Santa Monica, California home although they spend many months abroad each year, including extended visits for work, friends and family in London.
In this conversation, a follow-up to the last episode with JP (about how to create your dream life via the energy of thought), we got stuck into how growing our awareness of our creative potential can actually produce tangible results out there in the world.
We explored all kinds of interesting stuff including creating abundance, whether we’re spiritually bypassing by always going into creation of new stories or beliefs rather than exploring through the shadow, and the biggie of responsibility vs innocence!
This episode has stiff competition from last week’s show, that was blooming awesome but this one might have just edged it.
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What you’ll learn from this episode:
- Magic happens when we embrace the marriage between recognising the illusionary nature of life whilst using our ability to create amazing things in our lives – JP’s story about Byron Katie and Steve Hardison exemplifies this perfectly! As JP quoted Steve “If you want peace: drop your story. If you want to produce: create your story.”
- The topic of money kicks up thinking in almost everyone – it’s something that looks very real. That can make it a cool place to explore, as JP said “Go where the pain is”. I particularly loved what he said about the relationship many of us have with debt vs being grateful that we can get the money to allow us to invest in ourselves as an asset.
- Our state of being has a tangible and direct link to what is created in the world. From a grounded state of being everything flows towards us – people, experiences and money. I think we all kind of know this at some level but it’s something we seem to forget and then think that success, connection and all kinds of good things comes from somewhere else. So I think it’s a brilliant reminder that how we are in the world is what creates results in the world.
Resources and stuff that we spoke about
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Lian & Jonathan