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THE DEEP DIVE is not your normal podcast because, well, there are no rules. The aim of the show is to give an authentic look into the minds of the thought leaders and game changers of today by allowing the audience to be a “fly on the wall” for an hour-long conversation. It is my hope that this level of authenticity will allow people to see that being successful isn’t about WHAT you think, but HOW you think.
 
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What is your relationship with abundance? There is a spin that can be put on the pleasures of life that isn’t always positive. As human beings who are working towards more love, more acceptance, and over all a less complicated experience of life; the belief that a desire for money, sex, or power, is actually harming our society, our planet, and our…
 
If someone were to ask you what is the Gospel, how would you answer? Sadly, today many Christians are still not clear what is the Gospel even though their lives depend on it. Come hear how the gospel writer Mark explain what the Gospel of Jesus Christ is. Come listen to Pastor Kenneth Goh preaches from Mark 1:1-20.…
 
On the first episode of the new year, the theme is band movies. "A Hard Day's Night" (1964) was the Beatles hit film that added to the hysteria surrounding them at the time. Matt loved the soundtrack and the Mop Tops' personalities. Both loved the clean, old man. "Leto" (2018), the show's first Russian film., captures the burgeoning early 80's Leni…
 
What does it mean to be a Goddess? We’ve all heard the term applied to the women of our time, and is no more prominent anywhere than the conscious community. The modern, self-proclaimed title of “Goddess” has somewhat swept our culture and if you're like me, it’s becoming harder and harder to grasp the concept of what actually defines a goddess and…
 
How has 2022 started out for you? On last week’s episode of The Deep Dive I talked about some of my tips for journaling and why this style of writing can be an integral part of setting clear intentions and moving intentionally into the new year. It’s an amazing tool that can be used to not only set intentions, but even discover new ones and parts o…
 
Have you set intentions for 2022? It has been another crazy year. I don’t think I’m alone when I say that I really thought 2021 was going to be a little more “normal” than 2020, but it was hard for anyone to really be able to foresee everything that came our way in the last 365 days. Now, no matter how things have changed around the world or how pe…
 
Are you willing to say no? If you listened to the last episode, you know that I recently attended a retreat in Costa Rica that was all about tantra, connection, and for me was about understanding myself deeper and ultimately healing some of the sexual wounding that I still feel has played a part in my ability to really open up and authentically rel…
 
It's the 100th episode, so of course we celebrate Talia Shire! Just kidding - we watched two of the most popular movies one guy hadn't seen. Matt thinks Francis Ford Coppola's "Godfather" (1972) is w a flawless film. Adam had never seen it, but felt like he had already knew the whole story because of so many cultural references to the film. . The b…
 
How far are you willing to go to heal? This week it’s just me. Vulnerable and from the heart as I sit in Costa Rica preparing for a week long retreat that will undoubtedly push me to the edge of my comfort zone and probably dig up a lot. I’m heading into what is described as a “spiritual, sexual, shamanic retreat” that is all about sexuality, tantr…
 
After Noirvember, we decided to lighten things up a bit with this week's theme: cancer comedies. In "Other People" (2016) Jesse Plemons kills it as a man who returns home to be with his dying mother. The film is worth a look because it has just the right mix of comedy and sadness. "Paddleton" (2019") is the story about two odd friends and how they …
 
Are you uncomfortable with nudity? The topic of nudity is an interesting one and even a triggering one, even for me sometimes. In our society we have built up these social constructs around when and where being naked is appropriate, how much nudity is appropriate, and who it is appropriate to see or be naked with. I have always been a bit on the mo…
 
Are you exploring different truths? I’ll start by saying this; you may want to listen to this one twice. For some of you this topic may be confronting, even triggering, especially if this is a new topic that you haven’t had an opportunity to research. For others, this conversation will only be familiar to you if you’ve done some pretty deep explora…
 
We end Noir-vember with a couple good ones. Sam Fuller's classic noir, "Pick Up on South Street" (1953) stars Richard Widmark as a pick pocket who sticks his fingers in the wrong women's purse and ends up being pursued by NYC cops, feds and commies. The opening scene was as good as it gets and both loved the dialog Fuller seemingly created for the …
 
How sacred is sex? I haven’t had sex in a while. It’s been intentional, and it’s honestly been such an amazing experience of introspection and even healing, but I’m not going to say it’s been easy necessarily. Now I acknowledge that my idea of “a while” may be different than yours when it comes to being physically intimate, but one of the interesti…
 
Noir-vember goes international this week. John Woo's "Hard Boiled" (1992) is neo-noir at it's most violent with a couple stylized shoot outs that are second to none. M&A both agree, if you can get through the opening scene sequence, it's your kind of movie. South Korea's "New World" (2013) has more storyline and less violence, but just as good. Tho…
 
In our lives in this broken world, how can we touch Heaven? This Bible passage shows how God in his great kindness, brings Heaven down to Earth, and how he wants to use us to re-Create this Cosmos, wherever he places us and through whatever job he has given us. Come listen to Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches from Exodus 35-39.…
 
When is all this inner work actually done? I don’t think it would be a stretch to say that if you’re a listener and fan of this podcast, you have spent at least a little time in your life learning about and focusing on personal development work. Because this work is one of the most important inquiries in my life, and something I have very much dedi…
 
Noir-vember remains in full swing. Matt thinks Orson Welles' "Touch of Evil" (1958) is the last great film from the original Noir era. Adam liked it, but thought it dragged a little in the middle. Both M&A think it's worth seeing just for the opening and final scenes. "Bad Times at the El Royale" (2018) is a film about a mysterious hotel where no o…
 
After the golden calf incident, God declared that He will not go with Israel even though he will sent an angel to guide them to Canaan. What will that mean for Israel? Can God ever dwell with His people after they sinned? Listen to the sermon by Pastor Roger Chia on Exodus 33-34 on how that can be for the Israelites and for us as sinners.…
 
On the latest Two for the Road: Movies with Matt and Adam, Noir-vember continues with one masterpiece and one piece of god awful. Matt and Adam loved John Cassavete's "The Killing of a Chinese Bookie" (1976) so much, they both consider it a masterpiece. It's unique, refreshing and never boring. Ben Gazzara was born to play Cosmo Vittelli. Did I men…
 
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