What does it mean when you are waiting for someone to give you the Green Light?
For me, it was like, I needed permission just to be me.
I had always been told that I was too much.
I was told Anthony, you’re way too much, you’re too deep, too intense, too this, too that.
When I started Access Consciousness nine years ago I remember Gary Douglas, the founder, asked me,
“How much longer are you going to actually be fighting to be normal or trying to stay normal?”
And I was like, Oh my God!
It was the first time someone who actually saw me, who didn’t judge me, gave me permission for me to be all of me!
That was Huge!
It was a Huge Green Light for me!
Another time, Dr. Dain Heer, who is very good friend of mine, and the Co-Creator of Access Consciousness, he said,
“Anthony, we need you to be too much.”
That’s when I realized that, as an Access Consciousness facilitator there is no such thing as too much.
The people you facilitate...
A friend of mine asked me to watch a documentary called Reconnect and it was interesting. There is no such thing as coincidence, you know, and the reason I was willing to watch the documentary was because in the last several Access Consciousness 3 Day Body classes I’ve facilitated, several people have asked me what my thoughts on ayahuasca are.
Ayahuasca, for those of you who don’t know, is a psychedelic herb that grows in South America and is probably manufactured in other places now too. People take ayahuasca to go on these psychedelic trips and journeys to access more consciousness, so to speak. They’re guided by Shamans, keep journals and have awakenings. Ayahuasca is used for healing as well.
Right off the bat, I’m not here to be critical of peoples’ choice to do ayahuasca. That’s not what I’m trying to do here. It’s just that one thing we’ve learned in Access Consciousness is that whenever you do drugs of any...