Justin Faerman is a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of the Conscious Lifestyle Magazine and Jackie Knechtel is an international speaker and advisor to non-profits. Together they are The Flow Consciousness Institute unlocking human potential. 

Flow is one of the joys of creating your True Business in alignment with universal energy, your true nature, purpose and heart. In this episode we explore all things flow. What is flow? How do you create it? What limiting beliefs need to change for you to access it, and what opens up when you do? And the big question – does flow consciousness offer the answers to the big global issues faced by the human race?

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