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Join us in episode 27 of The Human to Human Podcast, with Daniel Levin.

Levin walked away from an opportunity to run a billion dollar business to hitchhike around the world to find happiness and inner peace. He studied in a seminary five years and left one day before becoming a Rabbi and he has lived as a Monk in a monastery for 10 years. As Director of Business Development, he grew Hay House from $3,000,000 a year in sales to $100,000,000 a year in revenue.

Levin is rare blend of businessman and mystic who sees what others do not see. It has been this one quality more than any other that has thrown him into some of the most exclusive boardrooms to help companies innovate new ways of finding solutions when the old ways stop working.

He is the author of The Mosaic, a life changing fable that invites people to listen to those others do not hear and to see the situations in their life differently.

Three things you will learn today:

– Everyone wants the same 3 things: to be loved and accepted; listened to and heard; and to be acknowledged and validated for what they believe.

– To create a revolution of listening where we learn to listen to one another.

– Nothing is as it seems. a change of perspective will change your entire life.

Visit www.jube.ca/podcast for more episodes!

Unleash Media Podcast with Nadja Cereghetti feat. Daniel Levin

By | Media
this podcast was a total surprise.
turns out Nadia is a gifted adult
and she has been observing the genius community
she was intrigued by hearing
that i tested as a genius in elementary school
and she wanted to have a conversation with me
turns out, a lot of the things i have gone through in life
fit perfectly into the genius profile
who would have known
i loved this conversation.
hope you will too.

Ep 100 We Are An Experience, Experiencing Ourselves with Simran Singh

By | Podcast

Oct 23, 2020

Simran Singh

SIMRAN is a recognized speaker and catalyst for love, compassion and humanity. As an ‘Example’ for a New World Experience of Aliveness, she advocates for the Visionary and Mystic embodied within each person, through creating and sharing FREE conscious, uplifting and inspirational media. To support this humanitarian effort, become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/iamsimran1111 

SIMRAN is #1 rated, archived syndicated host of Voice America’s 11:11 Talk Radio, host of 11:11 InnerViews TV, and publisher of Nautilus Award-winning 11:11 Magazine. Author of (1) IPPY and IPA Gold Award-winning Conversations With The Universe, (2) Your Journey to Enlightenment and (3) IPPY Gold Award-winning Your Journey to Love. SIMRAN creates art, books, and online courses to bridge humanity’s experience and expression.

She is a Tedx speaker, the creator of the One-Woman Show, The Rebel Road… Connecting the Dots from What Was to What Is and  As an ‘Example’ for a New World Experience of Aliveness, she advocates for the Visionary and Mystic embodied within each person, while engaging individuals in the embrace of their darkest depths so to uncover their brilliance of Light.

the first time i met her, i asked her to share her experience of a journey she took as i was about to set out on a trip to speak to those no one speaks to and listen to those no one listens to. here is the advice she gave me:

though the voice of the many, the voice of the one is shared. the trip i was taking had to be completely for me, if no-one ever saw it, if no one ever funded it, it would be enough.

she shared with me, her journey was stepping out of a life that she was supposed to live into finding who she was; it meant not being always what she should be and discovering who she wasn’t; she went willing to be all the things she wasn’t, willing go on an adventure. and when she said this one simple sentence, it really affected me: 

“everything in life is a reflection of us speaking to us about us.”

every person i met, everything that came to me was coming to me to speak to me about me. she told me, i took the rebel road, to take the journey of the unknown, no agenda, but purely to express my own voice and i knew the universe would lead me on its own way.

this was purely for me. the world does not need me to change it. when i spoke to people, i said, i am not here for you, i am here for me. by the end of the journey, (7 months on the road with her children) but and experience that lasted seven years. there was so much light in those seven months that it opened up everything cellular, ancestral, that could be opened up in darkness. she went into the darkness, into the pain, into the doubt, into all the things we try to avoid going into and when she emerged after 7 years, the darkness was gone.

you can clearly see why i was excited to speak more with Simran. i was a guest on her show which i loved. here is the link to that show:


here is what we talked about on The Mosaic Podcast:

  • the connection we feel even though we have never met in person
  • what it means to be an ordinary person having extraordinary experiences
  • a discussion on ordinary and extraordinary
  • growing up too quick, working in her family business, and believing that if she worked hard she would be loved
  • the process of deadening herself to doing what others wanted of her
  • the crack of ego that happens when things get too hard
  • the pain and beauty of the crack
  • discovering what it means to serve herself AND others, who are we, what do we want, what does the soul desire?
  • the excruciating pain of ripping off the mask that is glued to your face and cracking the ego that hides the soul.
  • feeling the space between the irritation of the false that was created and the truth of the soul
  • allowing what is new to emerge and allowing the mask under the mask under the mask to be cracked
  • as we become less of who we were, we tap into more of the truth of what we are
  • it is not who we are but what we are
  • all of the cracking that is taking place is the casting aside of all of the adornments so that we can walk through the door of our own humanity
  • the pain of letting go of who we were vs. remembering what we are and what is coming.
  • the bridge between here and there
  • the past is in a box and the new can’t be confined
  • 99.99% of us are unconscious 99.99% of the time. even the most conscious of those amongst us.
  • be present to the moment and whatever that moment offers. pain, pleasure, despair, etc.  this moment takes you to the next moment.
  • instead of figuring out how to experience the pain and to not let it overcome her, she choose to invite the experience of the pain TO overcome her
  • being in the feeling of her tears and her knees buckling and knowing what it was there to give her
  • curling up in the presence of this wound and allowing the wound to heal her.
  • what appeared in her life had gold in it
  • knowing the true light that was in the center of that darkness,  that all the light she was experiencing was artificial lighting and she wanted to know true, real light that shows what the darkness looks like
  • and sooooooo much more

to learn more about Simran and the work she does or to purchase her art, please go to here




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to learn more about Daniel B. Levin, please go to:   

  • DanielBruceLevin.com      
  • TheMosaicOnline.Com
  • TheMosaicPodcast.com
  • TheMosaicOnline.com/Conversations

to get The Mosaic, please go to:  

theMosaicOnline.com/shop/   or go to amazon: http://a.co/dvgsgG3        

to join The Mosaic Book club:

The Mosaic

to subscribe to my YouTube channel, please go here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVQAe3mbYOT0AFY6Zr-xskg

to schedule a conversation with me on conversations with strangers, please use the link below:


Domino Thinking – a podcast with Alison Donaghey feat. Daniel Levin

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what if  “Nothing is as it seems”.  what if everything you thought you knew, vanished and suddenly everything was different. do you have the ability to see your life differently? would that interest you, intrigue you, scare you, excite you? have a listen to my conversation on Domino Thinking with Alison Donaghey and let me know your thoughts.  Alison and i thought it was a great show!  hope you do too!

to listen, go to  https://www.dominothinking.com/blog/nothing-is-as-it-seems-with-daniel-levin?categoryId=74079

Conversations with Strangers feat. Tina Marie Trimpert

By | Conversations
Conversations with Strangers feat. Tina Marie Trimpert https://youtu.be/efGKpmqJrIs
Tina is one of those people you just like from the moment you meet her. her energy is warm and kind and there is a love that emanates from her that is easy to feel.
i liked her immediately. she is attractive, intelligent and full of energy. her outlook is beyond positive and she is the type of person on first glance who appears to have had one of those lives where everything just works out for her.
BUT . . .
as she shares for the first time publicly, life was not always the way it seems. hear a story that she has only shared with the closest of her family and friends. what a big step it was for her to tell her story and though there is a lot of the story that has not been told, the details are less important than the fact that this seemingly easy life of a charismatic beautiful young lady has a darkness to it that very few would be able to recover from . . .
but tina has.
you must listen to this conversation. it will inspired you and i believe you like me will feel the love and beauty that pours through this loving soul.
we speak about:
the convenience of the question “how are you” vs. the opportunity to listen to and care about the person that the question really invites us to hear.
being an empath and feeling the pain of others
going beneath why Tina feels fantastic all the time
how do we love ourselves and be positive in a world that is so divided
the feeling of being safe enough to share her trauma and how the story of her trauma will touch you
how hard it is to talk about it you can feel how deep this pain goes and how much more there is to it and i invite every one who listens to send her love and healing and to admire her courage to be able to share what she shared
how important it is for people to know they are not alone and to love each other and hold each other in our prayers
how important it is to listen to and hear people because we are so much more than what we appear to be
how her story makes her so much more powerful
the stigma attached to the way we look and the way we are perceived
the authenticness of her love and how easy it would be for her to feel differently
happiness inside and the happiness of the things outside of us listening and what allows her to listen
what is the biggest thing she has learned from listening
like minded communities and the silos that separate us
listen to her beautiful answer about the world we live in and the world she is handing over to her daughter
find out what she is hopeful about
the thought of acknowledging our pain vs. pushing it away
the story of elisa and the example of it in life
the time it takes to heal from our trauma and the triggers that ignite it
do what you need to do to heal
hear the advice she gives to those who want to get out of their pain
how she does with trust
and a whole lot more . . .
to learn more about Tina please go to: https://linktr.ee/thepsychedelicpodcast/
Audio podcast, YouTube and my socials are all here:
website for Indie Pods United: https://indiepodsunited.com/
to learn more about Daniel B. Levin, please go to: DanielBruceLevin.com
to get The Mosaic, please go to: theMosaicOnline.com/shop/ or go to amazon: http://a.co/dvgsgG3
to join The Mosaic Book club: https://hiitide.com/crews/themosaic
to subscribe to my YouTube channel, please go here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVQAe3mbYOT0AFY6Zr-xskg

Conversations with Strangers feat. Martine De Luna

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Conversations with Strangers feat. Martine De Luna
Martine De Luna is an intuitive and creative consultant to women leaders, founders and entrepreneurs. she is also a virtual speaker and workshop leader, and has been conducting online trainings for almost a decade. she makes her home in her country, the Philippines.
the beauty of this room is that it always surprises me. Martine is the friend of another stranger who came into this room, Jessa Grace, and becasue there was such a long time between the time she scheduled and our conversation i saw her name come up a few times and so in full transparency i checked her out online, something i usually do not do. i found her to be confident, capable and strong but there was something in her energy that did not at first attract me. she felt to me to be a little bit to teachy. so filled with this preconceived notion i came into the zoom room to meet her. . .
but . . .
the person i met in this room was nothing of the sort. she was soft and kind, loving and open and when i shared with her my initial impressions she was receptive and wanted to know what i felt. she told me she was in the process of making some changes that she had wanted to make for a while. i found our conversation to be beautiful and open and powerful. i think you will love this conversation. it is beautiful, emotional and real. please listen to it and share your thoughts . ..
we speak about:
the expectation of 2020, the retreat she led in Costa Rica, the volcano that changed the land she knew, the death of Kobe Bryant and the crisis she experienced inside her
the dark week of March and getting past it
the zoom conversations that might never have happened previously
living whole heartedly
how easy it is to open up when people feel the space to open up what scared her?
realising she was passing over to her kids, the same fear her parents passed down to her.
relinquishing the desire to control and how that happened. choosing to change from the person that knows the next step to being ok with being the person who doesn’t know the next step coming to the place where she was ok with not being ok becoming the safe bed for the fearful child inside of her rather than the doctor or the coach or the fixer.
an honest conversation about how she presents herself on social media and who she actually is and learning how to market who she really is
Me talking to me
fixing people vs. holding the space for people to realise there is nothing that needs to be fixed
from a vertical reality to a horizontal reality
changing from teaching each other to loving each other marketing the non-fixer and the space of love
the masculine and feminine side of each of us where the masculine side of us wants to fix what is broken while the feminine side of us realises nothing and no one is broken
am i doing it because i want to grow or because i want to patch myself up so that you cannot see me
can i stand in front of you without the need for you to accept me? can i just be me and can i let you see me behind all the things i want you to believe about me.
hear her response to what she is most scared of and what it evokes in her
the layer that suddenly becomes exposed that she runs away from but doesn’t want to lose, but how much she wants the bottom layer to be exposed.
the Trashman and letting go of the pain from the feeling that is right in front of her.
giving what you can in the moment and knowing the opportunity is always there and the tears that come and being seen
how powerful it is to have someone hold the space for us to be ourselves
and a whole lot more . . .
to learn more about Martine please go to:
to get in touch with her, email her through her website contact page https://www.martinedeluna.com/contact-martine-now

Martine De Luna


to learn more about Daniel B. Levin, please go to: DanielBruceLevin.com
to get The Mosaic, please go to: theMosaicOnline.com/shop/ or go to amazon: http://a.co/dvgsgG3
to join The Mosaic Book club: https://hiitide.com/crews/themosaic
to subscribe to my YouTube channel, please go here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVQAe3mbYOT0AFY6Zr-xskg

Conversations with Strangers feat. Kathleen Hamilton

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Conversations with Strangers feat. Kathleen Hamilton
in all transparency, i know Kathleen a little bit because i was a guest on her podcast, The Ikigaia Podcast. we were supposed to meet as strangers before that, but Kathleen had to postpose her conversation with me, so we are not complete strangers here now, but i know only a little about her.
She was a digital nomad, working as she traveled the world for GeniusU and now she has settled into a home in Lisbon, Portugal. she cares about the future and the present and the people that are able toile a life that gives them fulfilment. listen in to hear what she believes and what she wants to do,
we speak about:
the things that are important to her
about people that care about things and what she sees
how liberating and painful caring can be
the zoom out and the zoom in of looking at life
the beauty of seeing the same thing differently
feeling the zest she has to be able to be happy
what is it about us that makes what we believe hard to say
identity politics
listen to the clarity of how she thinks trough things
growing up in Bali and the stories that are created in that
what other people think about us and why that is important to us
does age dictate why others people opinion mater or stop mattering?
hear what she answers to the question, if money weren’t important to you what would you do?
is there an in to fit into? and why do people who don’t ft into the world try so hard to make other fit in.
an interesting discussion on fitting in and not fitting in
cancel culture and the safety of our beliefs and creating safe spaces
is who we are a fixed thing and do people know who they are
and a whole lot more . . .
to learn more about Kathleen please go to:
her websites:
please listen to the Ikigaia podcast episode we did together:
If she knew the world was listening, she would tell them –
“there is so much magic to being alive, and your only obligation is to play in that magic, tell your own story, and help others however you can”.
to learn more about Daniel B. Levin, please go to:
to get The Mosaic, please go to: theMosaicOnline.com/shop/ or go to amazon: http://a.co/dvgsgG3
to join The Mosaic Book club: https://hiitide.com/crews/themosaic
to subscribe to my YouTube channel, please go here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVQAe3mbYOT0AFY6Zr-xskg

Conversations with Strangers feat. Dana Pierce

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Conversations with Strangers feat. Dana Pierce
Dana came to the conversation through another strange that i met in this zoom room, Dan Mangena. Dan was someone i had a great conversation with and he was someone who was open to completely shifting his perspective and as a result he invited a couple fo people to my room to have a conversation. Dana was one of them.
i instantly liked Dana. She is an attractive, intelligent person and you can see and feel from her face, this is a woman who is kind and loving. in speaking together, i found that she is a self love coach and you can clearly see she is doing the work and . . . .
you will want to hear this conversation.
i think it is fair to say, Dana had a big breakthrough in this room where we spoke together. here is what she wrote me after our conversation, “I want to thank you once again for our conversation and the work that you’re doing in the world. So much was gifted to me in our brief time together, and the timeline shifts that have already resulted have been both a blessings and a miracle.”
this is a conversation you will want to listen to. it is open and honest and real and raw. i hope you love it.
we speak about:
what happens when people feel loved and accepted
how Dana came here to be challenged
how important it is to be seen and heard
how much we share in common
on becoming 50
to sit with people and hold the space to be with them in unconditional love
how when the gift she gives others is given to her and how she feels it is a challenge to be on the other side of what she does. getting behind the story we hide behind and looking at it eyeball to eyeball
discovering the reason why she showed up today
the fear she feels and the desire to go back into the story to escape the fear
shame and will i be shamed by myself
going from the place where you are the one who gives the answers to being the one that is asked the questions
questioning the answers she gives and the stories she tells
what is the fear she thinks she will shame herself for
rejection and belonging and the tears in her eyes
why in the story of rejection does shame show up
the story of a 15 year old mother and the train of shame that connects the dots through the incidents of her life
what her shame protects her from seeing
trust and faith and how can i trust my faith when i have been hurt unraveling the feeling to arise from behind the story it hides behind
how hard it is to stay with the feeling of the shift rather than go back to safe story
doing the best that you can
what is the story life is telling you that you haven’t yet heard empathy and compassion
the story of elisa, listening and the escalation of her behaviours until she is heard and the whisper the things in her life are trying to say to her.
the shift, bam, and the realisation of how important it is for her to show up
the gift of shame
and a whole lot more . . .
to learn more about Dana please go to:
and FB is a great way to connect @danapierceselflovecoach .
to learn more about Daniel B. Levin, please go to: DanielBruceLevin.com
to get The Mosaic, please go to: theMosaicOnline.com/shop/ or go to amazon: http://a.co/dvgsgG3
to join The Mosaic Book club: https://hiitide.com/crews/themosaic
to subscribe to my YouTube channel, please go here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVQAe3mbYOT0AFY6Zr-xskg