The Soul Stories Podcast
Following Inner Wisdom with Jackson Holzberg-Buckley
Jackson is a teacher, student, and author of the forthcoming "Literature: How to Read and Understand the World". In our conversation, Jackson takes us through his transformative journey. He finds himself spiraling into a dark period in which he describes being a slave to himself. Then he has a close encounter with death that changes his life. In this profound and meaningful episode, Jackson and I discuss religion, aligning with your path and whether free will exists or not. This is one of those episodes that will give you plenty to chew on. Here's our conversation!
He blogs and promotes his services through https://jacksonholzbergbuckley.com/
Note: You may notice Jackson's voice sounds different than Danny's. This is because the conversation was conducted on Zoom.
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Beginning - Growing up in California and exposure to the creative arts
7:25 - Spiritual openness, religion and being an old soul
18:13 - Self-conscious creativity: "There's this feeling that if I'm my true self, I'm going to be punished for it"
24:52 - "The darkest period of my life"
32:30 - How a close encounter with death became a wake-up call
40:50 - Needing help and investing in relationships
45:00 - Going from being a slave to yourself into trusting and loving yourself
49:50 - Does free will exist?
56:00 - Having a prophetic dream
1:01:25 - Finding alignment with your path
1:04:20 - What Jackson is creating for the world