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Ep 002: The Homeless Thought Soldier with Cory MacKinnon

[podcast src=”” width=”100%” height=”90″ scrolling=”no” class=”podcast-class” frameborder=”0″ placement=”top” use_download_link=”use_download_link” download_link_text=”Download Episode!” primary_content_url=”″ theme=”custom” custom_color=”000000″ libsyn_item_id=”9916319″ /]In this episode, we listen to Cory, a man who no one listened to. He grew up in a middle class family with parents who loved him, but at an early age, he was bullied and heard voices that no one understood.  At the age of 8, he started using heavy drugs and was eventually put into a psychiatric ward for evaluation. When he came out of the psyhiatric clinic, his behaviour caused his parents to tell him he could not live in their house.

He lived on the street, in his car, and in shelters. What he found was that though many of the people on the street were dangerous, many of the people he met opened him up to a world of inspiration and surprised him by talking with him about things he never knew. Their words resonated deeply within him ad he found some of the most comfortable moments of his life were in their company.

Eventually, he started to pray for the people who walked by him because he could hear their thoughts and feel their pain.  Cory is an empathic intuitive who is here to help people along their ascension journey.

I invite you to listen to his story and I think you will better understand, “Nothing is as it seems.”

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Most powerful moment for Danny:
“If everyone would just take 10 minutes out of their day and ask someone you have never met before, “How are you doing?” and then just listen with full attention to their reply, you might just change their world. Someone did this to me when I was homeless and about to commit suicide and I thought I can’t kill myself now because someone cares about me.”  ~ Cory MacKinnon

A lifetime can spare 10 minutes.


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