Have you ever had an insight that literally changed your entire paradigme before? In one second your entire view of life changes, and even though you tell your friend, he/she may not GET IT like you get it… Jamie is amazing when it comes to pointing people towards a true paradigm shift. And as you […]Read More
You might just get a new insight that can level up all areas of your life… NOTE: You don’t need to focus with pen and paper while listening to this recording. Just press play and leave it in the background while you do what you’d normally do. Jamie Smart is coming to Oslo, Norway the […]Read More
You’re walking down the street on a sweet summer day, with that soothing breeze flapping your shirt around your jeans, and life is pretty good! Then… Out of nowhere, she suddenly appears… That beautiful godess of a woman that you’ve always been dreaming of. Her golden hair flaring in the wind, reflecting the energy of the sun like […]Read More
We’ve been led to believe we need things to feel good. With things I mean both physical things like money, cars, clothes, boats, iPads, a nice house etc. We’ve also been led to believe we need non-physical things like validation, acceptance, status or compliments to feel good. We look at people that have great relationships, […]Read More
In conversations with friends and clients about life and surrendering to the moment I run into this recurring challenge. When they’re close to realizing on a deep level that life is just a series of standalone moments that will perish as soon as they ever got there, I often see a fear emerging. A fear […]Read More
You are living the human experience. Obviously. But what does that mean? This article might be a bit trippy, but see if you can follow. If you can’t that might even be better (for reasons I will do my best to explain). 28th of December 1895, the Lumiére brothers exhibited a selection of ten of […]Read More
When you were a kid, do you remember how easily you connected with other kids?
I remember going to my moms jobs holiday party. And I didn’t know anyone there. Even though I had never met any of the other kids there, somehow between 5 and 20 minutes we were all best friends. Actually we were so close that we could start fighting, crying, competing and laughing so hard our bellies hurt – just like I would normally do with my sisters or best friends back home.Read More