Show Notes

It’s not often you get to interview two young men who have been through a lot in their relatively short lives and have chosen to learn from their challenges, invested into their growth and taught themselves to let their hearts be their compass. This week we talk to an Australian Body Board Champion who endured a career-threatening serious injury and the other a Brazillian Ju Jitsu Coach who actually spent time in prison. Their openness, grace, determination and sheer love is something to behold.

“You feel uncomfortable, you don’t want to cry in front of all your friends and all your family because you feel vulnerable but you do it anyway. And I think you do that about a hundred times and then once you do that and you begin to just drop in to that vulnerability, you realise that vulnerabilities are actually your strengths.” Jake Stone

“Let your heart be your compass. And then speak your truth and face your choices around your truth. Then be ready to drop your truth if another truth resonates with you more.” Callan Krause

Jake Stone is 31 years of age, he is a Holistic Health Practitioner and a lover of life (and extraordinary bodyboarder and skateboarder) from the Sunshine Coast. Callan Krause is 28 years of age, an Integrated Movement Science and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, a Brazillian Ju Jitsu Coach and MMA fighter.

Together they run Corrective Culture and their website shows the meaning for what it is called what it is:

Corrective – designed to correct or counteract something harmful or undesirable.

Culture – the ideas, customs, and social behaviour of a particular people or society.

They met through Ju Jitsu and it was thanks to a video Jake shared of Paul Check’s that gave Callan a different insight into what made Jake tick. Callan went down the rabbit hole into the world of health and fitness and as a scaffolder, he knew there was more.

One of his favourite quotes was from Paul, ‘Look with your eyes and ears but let your heart become your compass’. He instantly knew he wanted more and worked in the mines to save the money to become a Chek Practitioner.

Both of these men were drawn to the spiritual path as they navigated through their twenties, something that many young men are either not aware of or not willing to look at. They both believe that everything is perfect especially to those who seek it and have been challenged for opening their hearts.

They talk about the 4 Doctors of Health: Dr Diet, Dr Quiet, Dr Movement and Dr Happy

They each talk about what they did when they got lost, what they have both done to find what lights them up and what would you do if money was no problem.

I love in this podcast the way they give advice to men older than themselves and then do the same for young men. There is wisdom in their words. There is love in their hearts and there is an incredible passion for them to help people to see their greatness and to own it.

Favourite Quotes:

Callan: “Sooner or later your health will be your number one concern.”

Jake: “Everything we see and feel is a reflection of the state of our own consciousness. Every person we attract into our lives is showing us a perception we hold about ourselves. Every feeling expressed by another mirrors a deep feeling within us. This reflection is a gift for it allows us to aware of the ways we have blocked the divine love that flows through us.”

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