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Episode # 147   Jason Freeman

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Mind Movies co-founder, Natalie Ledwell invites Jason Freeman on The Inspiration Show to discuss his experience of overcoming negativity due to physical challenges. Freeman experienced a loss of oxygen at birth that caused limited fine motor coordination and a frustrating speech impediment. Freeman reveals how he transformed his life, by altering his attitude and becoming involved in regular exercise. Today, Freeman succeeds as an author and motivational coach, and is an aspiring healer.

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Episode # 147 Jason Freeman

Natalie: Today on the show I'd be speaking with Jason Freeman. And despite challenges that he faced as a child, he's now using his life to make changes to other people. So, enjoy!

Natalie: Hi, I'm Natalie Ledwell and this is The Inspiration Show. And today my special guest is Jason Freeman. Hi Jason, How are you?

Jason Freeman: Hey, great Natalie. Thanks for having me on your show.

Natalie: The reason I have Jason here it's because he has an exceptionally inspiring story. So, why don't we start first with your and story and how you get to where you are now?

Jason Freeman: Sure. I'm glad to tell it. It all started when I was born, how long do we have? So, anyway, I was, decided that I wanted to be here in life. So I came all here a few weeks early and I surprised my folks in the middle of the night. Tadaaaa! The only problem was they were sleeping. So, can you imagine your first born child coming in the middle of the night when you're sleeping? I can't either look away my parents have extremely clear heads and got me into the emotions they were on. Got all of us into the emotions in my awfully past. In the past, as I lost a little oxygen, I'm gawk cocoa and got king flakes I got in a hose and I lost a little bit of oxygen. But not too much, otherwise, we weren't be here having this conversation. So, from there, I developed pronounced speech impediment and some coronation issues. And from much of my life, I was, my, I have been not trained pants and they always encouraged me to be positive and be, but for much in my life, I felt kind of like a victim, like my circumstance had been imposed on me. Like, why me? I had no control. I was just a cute little baby coming out a little early. But, and I think, in my mind said, "it's so easy to stop telling all alone to the like, no one knows how to understands a view when it has a better life. So, so, I mean, all kinds of just, just naked to blah, blah, blah emotions. But, slowly through the years, I realized that it was me quit framing my voice the way I did. I was putting the song of my voice in the context of victim. Okay, frankly, and, and through our life I realized that I can think of my voice in a whole different way. That I have a distinguished voice, that I have a one of a kind unique accent, that I have a voice that the world, that will help the world and many people heal. So, so I complete shifted thoughts about my voice, but also the shifts of emotions that I kind of instantly feel.

Natalie: So, was there something in specifically that changed the way you thought? Like what did you do to change that thought?

Jason Freeman: Something spe, specific? It was a bit I'd like to process actually. One thing that was a huge turning point is when me, my aunts and uncles in Montana and another friend both kept telling me to do Yoga and I'm like, "ah, I'm not a Yoga type. I'm not the work out type. I then go to the gym and cause any of that." But finally, I took them upon it and I walked into the soup house and go to the YMCA and started taking one Yoga class, then another, then another and pretty soon, soon my life started changing because I've had so much on my head about creating my sense of disability, I was really good at creating a stunning sense of disability. But yoga helped me give mind to my body and relax a lot more and just change my whole perspective about life.

Natalie: That's amazing. Yoga is that. That's awesome. So, what is it the, what's the work that you do now, coz now that you helped a lot of people?

Jason Freeman: Yes. And I love too. I'm a, were like you a speaker and a coach.

Natalie: Right.

Jason Freeman: And then an inspiring healer, actually.

Natalie: Right. Excellent! So, I mean, so for someone like yourself who, you know, has a, you know, a unique voice, and you know, so is there any like physical disabilities, well, physical challenges that you have in having this physical disabilities?

Jason Freeman: Physical challenges. At times I'm part of it them, as these disabilities. Of what I've find a mode of coordination's of. But the fascinating thing about that, is that as a kid, I apple pied these deficits because I'd be worrying something, I'm doing something and not be good at and just I was, damn, get frustrated and thumb up. So I wouldn't practice. So, so then, just go it will become more pronounced. And my thought is "I can do this" will become more pronounced. And so, it was kinda like, a bit shaken. And like eh. So, it's hard to, to tell to how to pronounce my disabilities. And I still have a feel coordination issues. But they seemed dies lie to me and its kinda perspective by the way.

Natalie: So, what is some of the, some of the life lessons that you, that you, you know, that you can teach people coz you've gone through the experience yourself?

Jason Freeman: One big thing I'm focusing now is what I am my business find the inner light that call tuning into 94.7.

Natalie: 94.7?

Jason Freeman: Let me explain. So, picture away you'll dial everything from the A's to the 107.9, in that way, you'll dial is the bandwidth of possible life experiences. And so, I just tried to tune into my frequency, tune into what really makes me feel good, what really makes me feel alive. Because in life, opportunity is coming to us constantly, right? And some opportunities was in here with us, some were bandwidth-ing and some are not. And, in the old days, now the old days, like six months ago, I would be taking opportunities that, that one of my bandwidth. Coz I don't want this in your way. I thought that I should take those opportunities. But, what I realized is I'm free to say NO to people in a respectful manner. And then tune into the opportunities that made me most alive, give them most joy. And when I tune into those opportunities, I have the most potential of sign joy with other people. Coz I'm happy, so, they'll be happy.

Natalie: And now we call it "The Shiny Object Syndrome". You know, we have, coz with my movies we need to stay focused. "There's always some good opportunities over here and something over here" and you go, "No, no, no, no, no, I need to stay focused". And the thing is, my movies is what makes us feel good. You know, and when we could stay focused on that, it means that, you know, we're doing that what we feel passion about. And if we feel good about, and then we could make a change. So, that is exactly what you're talking about. So we're talking about, how do you stay in alignment with your message?

Jason Freeman: How do I stay in alignment? It's, that's a very interesting question. At first, find out about a teaching of the love attraction. I'm like, this is so, so simple. Just visualize, say what I want and it's so simple. It is so simple and beautiful. But what I discovered is when the key is the consistency of staying aligned like day after day, hour after hour if possible. And so, I am really focusing on creating consistency and I feel consistency in my words.

Natalie: Yeah. Perfect.

Jason Freeman: And, of course, sometimes, I mean, sometimes things come up and I say "Wooh!" Like for example, on the way over here, my shirt just kinda dry cleaned yesterday and I'm on the way over here and I'm like went through some rain. And it doesn't really rain in San Diego.

Natalie: No, it's one of these rainy days where it's actually raining. I have that sound of this. And I say this "What's that sound?", "It's actually rain". And you got soaked, but still, you know, stuff like that just happens but you just keeps going on. And that shirt looks great. And now it's even cleaner.

Jason Freeman: Yeah, now it's even cleaner.

Natalie: Yeah.

Jason Freeman: And the 94.7 analogy, I considered these types of events like 74.9. And I've come to value them coz they have like huge contrast, right? But it helps us to appreciate a line. A frequency that much more and.

Natalie: Exactly. And that's the thing without the contrast, we don't really appreciate how good, good is. You know, so we've had a couple of experiences we're experiencing bad. We're experiencing not so good, let's call it on not so good.

Jason Freeman: Not so good.

Natalie: Yeah. Well Jason, thank you so much for coming in today. If people wanna find out more about you or you know, or the products or things that you do, where can we send them?

Jason Freeman: To Heroic Yes Productions.

Natalie: So, Heroic Yes Productions? Dot com?

Jason Freeman: Yes, dot com.


Jason Freeman: And there's a free e-book on the website and tons of inspiration, other inspiration weighings. It's a fun website.

Natalie: Right. Awesome. Thanks for coming. So, you are an inspiration. So, I'd really appreciate your time today.

Jason Freeman: Thank you so much Natalie. It was wonderful to be here.

Natalie: And guys, if you click on the banner to this side, then you can go straight to the Jason's site from there. And I encourage you to share this video and all the information in it by clicking the Facebook and the Twitter share buttons above. And if you haven't done so already, make sure that you put your email on the box above there. I would love to send you the "Manifesting with the Masters video e-course". It has masters like Bob Proctor, John Assaraf, Joe Vitale. It's barely $87 and I'd like to give it to you for free. So, make sure you put your email on the box above there to get that. So, till next time. Remember to live large, choose courageously and love without limits. We'll see you soon.

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