EPISODE 39: Defining Your Legacy with Brandy Knight

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Brandy Knight, the Esoteric Exorcist is the CEO of her healing arts company, Inner Caulling LLC. She is a dedicated mother, Accountability Coach, Emotional Release Specialist, Kundalini Yogic Alchemist and an international best selling author with her contributions to Legacy Speaks. Her no bullshit approach attracts those who are ready to walk through the shadow and shift things for themselves in big ways. The driving force fueling Brandy’s work is to provide the guidance people might need in order to remember why they chose this life so they may fulfill their mission and transcend.

In this conversation, Brandy and Lisane discuss walking a path of self expression, the importance of emotional release and some practices for it, as well as the benefits of addressing things in the moment. Paramount to self expression is the time we take daily to tune in and listen to ourselves, to quiet down enough to be able to learn who we truly are. When we walk the planet taking in only external stimuli and reacting to what people are doing and saying and the circumstances that befall us, we can literally carve ourselves out of the equation. The practice of sitting down a couple of times a day, getting quiet, and connecting are ways to help us to witness who we really are, and how we're really behaving on this planet so that we can course correct where we need to or bring out of us the things that we really want to bring out.

Connect with Brandy at https://innercaulling.com/ or on Instagram @innercaulling 


This is lasan boss, yeah,
the host of the shaping freedom podcast.

Thank you so much for joining.
I am really excited to be having a

conversation this week with a friend,
Brandy Knight. Brandy is the founder of

inner calling, she is an overall
healer, she's a Kundalini teacher, she

does energy work and she is a
woman who is part of a community of

people that I know who are focused
on doing that deep work and walking this

path of self expression and understanding who
they are and why they're here. And

I just want to share with you
something she said to me at the end

of the interview, which was isn't
it cool to have a sole family?

And she said that to me because
we were chatting about other people that we

know within different communities and chatting about
how it can feel and be to walk

this planet or walk through a childhood, a young adulthood or even an adulthood

where you are it's kind of the
other or you don't necessarily have people around

you that understand the kind of soul
family connection kind of thing, and so

that's one of the real reasons why
I really wanted to have this conversation with

brandy today, because I really wanted
it to be. I want this conversation

to be a a confirmation and comfort
for those who might be walking around knowing

that there's something else and really wanting
to understand what that's something else is.

So I encourage you, if that's
who you are, find your tribe,

if you are the parent of someone
who may just kind of be that person

who you know just kind of has
that extra sense or sight or intuition,

encourage that person to find their tribe
because it's really, really important for everything

that we do it. Whether you're
an entrepreneur or a spiritual worker, a

healer, a creative in author,
whatever it is that you're up to on

this planet, do not do it
alone. Find Your tribe without further ado.

This is my conversation with Brandy Knight. Hi everyone, thank you,

thank you, hey, girls,
say some I low. You know,

it's such an honor to be here
for a lot of reasons because we,

you know, our introduction was so
juicy and so deep and so personal,

and to witness each other grow and
to share in our skill set and to

support each other over the years has
been really, really cool and and I

feel I feel like you've witnessed me
kind of like turning to a woman.

I feel like a wow, which
is just it's just a really it's it's

so cool, it's so powerful and
just like a little a little nugget on

the book situation is. You know, legacy speaks was my first like official

publication, and that multi authored book
was a collection of women coming to the

table telling or really powerful stories.
It was like what's what was the turning

point? What was the thing?
That was the awakener? So it was

like the the beginning, kind of
like the shit show prior and then you

know what happens to wake up and
then what happened after the wake up.

So that was really, really powerful. And then to be published and to

have people read it. Yeah,
yeah, a big deal. And so

lineage speaks, which is coming out
in January, it's a little bit of

a continuation for that. And what
I brought to the table was a little

bit different this time, where I
went into a bit a bit of a

bigger picture, more of a planetary
picture, as opposed to what was happening

in my world. And now I
took it to like, okay, this

is what's happening in my world,
this is what I'm applying in my world

and this is the impact. I
intend to create planets, on a plant,

on a planetary level, and then, uncensored, on tamed and unleashed.

Coming out this December is meant to
be another collaboration book and it's intended

to be a guide, like a
like a book of tools for anyone who

feels like they need a little extra
support, maybe new to the awakening experience,

not really knowing what to do.
Here's the book, take it,

run with it. Something's going to
click. So that's more of like a,

you know, a guide, so
to so you talked about awakening and

you also talked about feeling today like
you're a woman, which surprises me because

you've always been, from my perspective, you know, the epitome of feminine,

Powerful Woman Energy. Tell me about
this awakening piece, like what does

that mean and what has that meant
for you? Thank you. First off,

I'm like Ray man, you know, I've had like a few awakenings

throughout my life, but like the
big one, like awakening for me looks

like wool pulled, you know,
no more wold the eyes and there's no

turning back. Right like I can
in Abraham talks about this. You know,

you know too much. There's no
turn back. One of those where

it's like, Oh, I'm a
hundred percent committed and dedicated to whatever I

need to do on a daily basis
to step into my destiny, to achieve

my goal, to create the legacy
of why I came here in the first

place. And by Abraham you mean
Abraham Picks, Abraham Hicks, right,

so I okay. She was one
of my first introductions to kind of like

the you know, like the whole
the world of Alchemy. HMM. And

so for me a lot of it
was being becoming a mother. was like

Whoa, I have two choices here. Get my shit together or not,

and the other way, the child's
going to walk the planet either with a

parent who decided to awaken or the
child of a parent who decided not to

Ye. So pulling. Let's talk
about the wool over the eyes, like

what is that? What does that
look like? And because, as you

know, like lineage, for me, everything that I do and part of

my purpose for walking this planet is
to help, is to help to uncover

what we can do in order to
strengthen our legacy and to be aware of

the fact that we are investing into
legacy every single day, which is really

investing into our lineage every single day, and whether we're aware of it or

not, whether we are aware of
the impact that we're having or not,

and the fact that some decisions that
I make today are going to have some

kind of an imprint upon the life
of my grandchildren and their children and so

on and so on, just as
the life that you and I are living

today, you know, is the
result and consequence of decisions that that people

made a couple of generations ago as
well, you know. So it is

one of the most important things,
I think, that we can be woke

to during our journey yere, you
know. Yeah, so tell me about

that wool coming up over your eyes, like like, what's up with that?

What did it look like? Let's
talk about some of the hard decisions

you had to make and how you
have evolved yourself to this point that you're

at today. So you know that
that can be a really simple yet powerful

conversation. And you know, because
I came to the planet with some extra

bits and pieces, let's say,
around my connection to nature, to be

able to you know, I had
some abilities right, which is very you

know a lot of a lot of
kids do. A lot of kids do,

and so then it's like, okay, you have a little extra.

How are you utilizing it? How
are you dealing with the how are you

handling it? You know what's going
on there and I had a really challenging

time with it, and so I
numbed it out in a lot of ways

from a very early age, even
before I got into like, you know,

drugs and Party and alcohol, you
all the things that we do so

or that some of us do anyways. You know, I like and a

lot of that wildness came from I
want I I almost deliberately put the rules

over my eye myself. I want
to just to clarify things. So what

one of the things that brandy is
sharing is that she is an incredibly powerful

healer, incredibly powerful, incredibly tuned
in, and the reason why I want

to stop here for a minute to
address this is because you know, some

there are some people that enter this
planet knowing that they have sight beyond what's

happening in their everyday world, and
that can be really challenging sometimes and it

can be really challenging to have that
kind of wisdom in the body of a

ten year old, a twelve year
old, fourteen or fifteen year old,

eighteen year old, and so I
love for you, just for those folks

who are either in that place in
their life or the parents of people who

are in that place in their life, let's talk a little bit about what

that looks like and how you were
able to navigate that. Yeah, communications,

key, I mean communication. So
anything you can do as a person

who is experiencing that those gifts,
those abilities, and it's a lot or

someone who's a parent of a child
who is, you know, showing these

signs, opening up the the throat
Chakra, using the voice in any healthy

capacity for like just some like brass
tacks, you know. As an example

would be, you know, grab
a pillow and everybody scream or just making

noise into the pillow. The pillow
can help muffle and so it's a little

bit safer. Or you don't mean
the pillow, and then you can kind

of just like start punching, like
a punching the pillow while you're making noise.

So what's happening is you're moving the
energy through the body, you're moving

your sound currents to your system,
which then gives you not only more supportant

stability to the nervous system, but
you get more comfortable with your own voice

and when you're comfortable in your own
voice, you become more comfortable with the

ability that might be attached to the
voice or you know. So, so

that could be a really it is
a really, really helpful tool to have

on board. Yeah, I think
anything, just being aware that that is

like there are ways to manage the
way that you feel around having extra ability,

even when you're navigating and understanding what
it actually is, you know.

Yeah, all right, so's how
me keep your story going, keep the

story go, let's keep this part
is your story go and let's hear your

story. Yes, so, you
know, the laws pulled over the eyes.

You know, I was doing a
lot of avoidance work. Wouldn't work

because I was holding everything in.
Yeah, I witnessed a lot of people

holding stuff in. So not only
was it like a learned behavior, but

because I didn't have a vocabulary attached
to what my experiences were, it just

was weird and just being know,
for lack of a better, you know,

more graceful way to put it.
So, you know, there was

this wave of like, you know, health stuff and the ability. Just

it doesn't go away. Even if
I, you know, was kind of

blacking out, shit was coming through
and dreams, you it just doesn't go

away. Doesn't go away. And
you know, it was really when I

got pregnant that I really decided to
commit a hundred percent to the process of

awakening, which looks like why has
my behavior been this way? What am

I doing? Who Am I surrounding
myself with? Am I teaking accountability?

What is accountability? Am I releasing
my emotions in a healthy way? If

not, how can I? And
then I'm going to do it every day.

How am I communicating and the most
highest vibe way I can? You

know, all all of that,
and it became very diligent. It was

a job. It was, you
know, purposeful, it was conscious,

it was something I even had to
set work timers for and alarms for because

I was setting a new pattern.
That takes time write. Those patterns take

time to so you have to you
know, I'm an alarm setter. Like

what's on the calendar? I'm screaming. Today's screaming from fifteen to eight forty

five. So so what tell me
about some of these practices, like what

do you actually do? What are
your high vibe practices? Hi, my

hot so, for for my my
personal work and my professional work are the

exact same thing. My current kind
of title is accountability coach, emotional release

specialist in Kundalini, alchemist, and
under that are all of you, these

different modalities, like the data,
like the NLP, like you know,

like like the hypnosis, all all
those things. So what I'm bringing to

the table is what I brought to
the planet, which are my unique abilities

to be able to go in see
what's going on or help a person eradicate

it. And that's what I do
to myself. So my daily practices look

like every single day I wake up
early in the morning and I do Kundalini

Yoga, I chant my true I
meditate for at least an hour, hour

and a half. I oftentimes I
do it twice, for am thirty am,

and that's diligent. I mean that. And there's a lot of magic

that's happening on a planetary level within
those times, at that time of day,

and those times of day it's called. It's often called the golden hour,

the armor Vela, the witching hour. You know, where everything these

times have been celebrated, you know, since the beginning of times. So

that is the commitment that I've made
for myself. I see mega, mega

results. This is real, real
stuff we're working with. It's a technology,

these are sciences and technologies, and
so that's how I start my day.

Every day, all day, I'm
playing mantra, whether it's in my

purse or in my home. I'm
working with, you know, Crystal Allies,

I'm working with nature, I'm communicating
and I'm taking full accountability, which

looks like I don't have to like
everything, but I understand that I chose

to come here with a mission and
everything that I am experiencing I have called

in in order to fulfill my mission. And it doesn't mean I have to

like it, but it does mean
I have to take responsibility for it.

Even even in this is crazy,
but even when we experience like trauma,

right, even Abu, even it
has a child, and this is really

wild to consider it. It takes
a lot to consider this sometimes, but

I don't know what I might have
been doing in some past life stuff or

some quantum life stuff. Who knows? Right? So then it's like I'm

coming here, I'm coming here to
experience whatever I need to experience move or

whatever I need to experience and Tom
Sometimes that looks like trauma. Sometimes that

might look like abuse. In order
to fill that that soul mission, to

leave the legacy to, as you
were talking about the lineage, I might

have gone through that in order to
move through it to heal the lineage,

the ancestry, the future generations.
So so all of that looks like screaming,

crying, moving, breathing, mantra, speaking, creating the doing.

You're talking about doing doing. How
what am I? What am I doing?

What am I drawing? Hint and
creating all of that. So in

talking about you talked about accountability and
you know, for those folks, you

know, if you're talking to folks
who have done a lot of work and

who understand the language of things like
accountability, or the language that includes things

like a cantability of responsibility for the
person who is saying, well, wait

a minute, what are you talking
about? Like I've had these horrible things

happen, they're not my fault.
What does that mean? Can you unpack

that a little bit more, brandy, just like what does that look like?

What is accountability look like? Yeah, absolutely, and that's a really

really good question and a really good
points of anyone's listening to this and watching

this and going like what in the
are you talking about? If, like

that was fult right, right.
So let's get down to that. Ye,

get down to it. Okay.
So we're going to take this conversation

to a few different areas. One, what's happening in the cosh or the

subconscious landscape. Then we're going to
go into like the vibrational frequency. Right.

So going back to kind of Abraham
picks, you know, a law

of attraction teaches us that thoughts turned
two things, and so essentially what that

also means is whatever is happening in
within my sound, the sound of my

system. I wrote vibrational frequency,
which could have been put into place in

this lat lifetime, prior lifetimes or
the genetic lineage. I'm going to be

a tracting whatever is a going as
a match to my sound, and oftentimes

that sound or those imprints are contained
within the subconscious landscape. So, yes,

shit sucks and it's not your fault
on a conscious kind of d level.

But when we get into this bigger
experience of what it is to be

God, force energy or a soul
continued and inside a human body. We

are not just here to enjoy the
planet, were it. Were here to

contribute to a bigger purpose. As
far as far as what what I know,

you know, you don't know.
One else has to agree with that.

But as far as what I know, so when when I say take

accountability and responsibility, it doesn't look
like, Oh shit, I caused that,

it looks like, okay, okay, that happened. What do I

do with it? How can I
learn? How can I grow? How

can I use this to help others? What do I do with this?

And so I bring into to my
my work the fuck you. Thank you.

Fuck you. That sucks. I
don't want that. I'm very clear

that. That's that's my know.
You know it. Thank you for this

opportunity to go deeper with why I'm
here and contributing to my lineage, contributing

to my legacy. How do you
do that? And how do you do

that? Okay, so it's a
combon. It's multifaceted for each and every

person, depending on where they are
with their communication and their relationship to emotional

release. There are so many beautiful
tools out there where the practitioner does stuff

for you, and I'm in a
place now with my work on myself and

for my clients is I want to
provide the tools of clients are doing the

work for themselves. So this looks
like you know that for a practice,

that that eight to eight hundred and
forty five of screaming and crying and really

getting it out of your system.
There has to be a physical expression of

emotional release to me, which I
feel as first before you can even really

grasp accountability, before you can really
step there and learn the lessons and provide,

you know, for others from what
you've been through. And a lot

of people might think that, like
you, I'm an exercise right a's like,

oh, I got you know,
I exercise, I exercisement emotions out.

It's like that's cool, but that's
not doing shit for your throat Chakra.

Right, exercise. It's supportive.
Get the massage, it's supportive.

You know, do the breath work, do everything, but you have to

have a really beautiful relationship with your
emotional expression. So I say would be

first. Yeah, I think part
of it also is, like I'll go

back to some examples that I've shared
in the past around things like let's say

something happens. You know, you
have a an interaction with another human being

that is a less than ideal one. Someone does something to Piss you off,

and I was like to talk like
straight up language. Right, somebody

does something to Piss you off and
it's a rotten thing that this person is

done. You fill in the blanks. But ever, that looks like for

you and there are a couple of
options there for you. What is to

say, Oh, that person sucks, right, and that could very well

be true, and we heal and
we grow and we evolve when we take

accountability in those situations. So option
one is that person sucks, and then

what you have drawn attention to is
an experience that happened to you and then

you continue on your life to have
your experiences. A second way of looking

at it could be, wow,
this person did these things, and then

turning the attention back on yourself to
say, wow, someone did something,

someone overstepped, someone did something to
offend me, and what I did was

I said a boundary or someone did
something to offend me and they clearly blew

through a boundary that I had set
and I didn't do anything about that.

That's where the learning is or someone
did something and now I'm going to take

accountability for the situation by letting them
know what they did and lovingly letting them

know that, you know, this
is not a person that I want in

my world or in my life,
and so I'm not speaking. You know,

sometimes things do happen and I don't
want to imply that things don't just

happen. Sometimes. We live on
this planet with a lot of other people

and some people are just you know, sometimes things happen and ninety percent of

ninety five percent of the things that
happen in our world are things that give

us a very direct opportunity to learn
and to grow, you know, but

you got to look at yourself,
you know, like yeah, look at

the other person, but that's not
doing a whole lot for you. What's

going to help is when you look
at yourself in the situation. Yes,

yeah, there's a it's in the
spiritual community. There's a whole you know,

there's a lot about the universal mirror
and the mirrors reflection and all that

kind of stuff, and I think
that that is true and I think a

lot of times that if you're met
with some undesirable behavior from another person.

It's not necessarily that you are treating
another you're treating others in that way that

they are mirroring to you. It's
oftentimes that you're treating yourself the way that

this person is treating you. And
so with that that's like where the fuck

you? Thank you comes Mrs just
like, Oh my God. And and

I've been in this place recently around
it like, you know, unapologetic living,

where I no longer require people to
apologize for what they've done because I'm

able to learn from it all and
see how I've created that experience for myself.

It doesn't mean that I might want
that behavior in my life again.

Very comlicative, I I, you
know, but it's like okay, that

that's not a match for me.
That's not a match for me. That's

okay. If that isn't not true, that's totally cool, but it's no

longer kind of like this, and
I'm getting other people on board, like

I just cancel culture shit where it's
just like let's heard everybody in chance.

I was like yeah, there's kind
of attention to something else, right.

It's like yeah, and so that's
what I do is like wow, that

is not a match for me.
But okay, let's so you know's a

whole. There's a lot of different
ways we could go about this, but

I you know, you know that
where it? Where am I choosing to

focus? Where's the boundary? Where's
the Chink in the armor of the boundary?

Where can I develop a deeper relationship
with myself? Absolutely, and what

do you do about those situations when
you're confronted with them? Yeah, and

here, if you're I I am
not a big fan of holding things in

in a moment where shit hits the
fan, because it creates so much toxicity

in your body. So other people
might not agree with this, but if

some things in your field and you
don't like it, say it, HMM,

and there's a responsible way to do
that. And if you're have that

daily practice, you know that when
Shit hits the thing, you're going to

come to the table in a very
responsible way. HMM. So I'd be

messy at first, right my like, I'm from New York, like there's

we don't y hole rights and we
just say it. There's a lot of

fifth Chakra release in the northeast.
Do you notice that after you release that

like you're not carrying it around with
you for the rest of the day in

the week and the dreams and everything's
just like I get it out and then

Ye, yeah, and I think
also it's really a lesson and being able

to setting yourself up for success and
processing what's going on, because what happens

is that something happens and it's like
feedback, right. The best time to

give feedback is when the thing happens, when you walk away and you kind

of go off and think about other
things and then other thoughts come into the

situation, you are then carrying around
double what actually happened. It's kind of

like when you're training a new puppy, when you're house training a puppy,

right, and the puppy does the
offense, you know, on your carpet,

you know whatever. If you go
back to that puppy three days later

to talk about what they did,
they are just like, what are you

talking I don't even know what you're
saying. They've gone on to a million

other things, and so it really
is, yeah, most beneficial to address

what needs to be addressed in the
moment that something happens. Even if,

and this is for the folks who
say, Oh, I just need to

give it some time so I can, you know, process and all that.

That's fine if that's what's if that's
what works for you, and it's

really important to understand how important it
is to process the thing, deal with

it so that you can move on. You know, and sometimes when we

go to do what we call process, we're actually finding out ways, looking

for ways to edit and to filter
and to come up with, you know,

the right thing to say to the
person, versus saying, you know,

even if you don't have the full
answer. Sometimes it could be as

simple as that. Really hurt.
I feel hurt by what you said and

I don't want to go off on
you right now or I don't really know

exactly what I'm feeling and I will
come back to you, you know,

but I'm feeling hurt by what happened. You know, versus pretending perfect,

fucking around with it, you know, it's just not it's not it's not

the most productive thing to do.
Yeah, I want to talk a little

bit about you've done a lot of
talking about creating your imprint on the planet

and I know that you're a large
part of what you're doing during this lifetime

is focused on ensuring your accountability for
the imprint that you're making on this planet.

Can you talk a little bit about
that? Yeah, thank you absolutely.

You know, I'm I am no
stranger to fucking shit up, and

I would say, you know,
the thing that my personal journey is required

the most in order to leave the
imprint that I want is to strengthen my

nervous system, because I am so
sensitive and in such a powerful way that

when you, and you I'm sure
you know this right, it's like when

you when your aura is expanded to
a place where you are front facing and

people are listening and people are looking, one third of the people are one

of the people are going to get
and then one through the people are real

really not going to be into your
shit and they're going to be vocal about

it. So that has been,
you know, especially in this past like

year and a half, two years
of how can I upgrade my nervous system

in a way where that's okay,
that's part of it, because I'm here

to be a leader in a certain
capacity where I'm walking the talk of this

work and people are going to love
it or they're not. So so that's

been a big one. And so
what I do is I dive into like

massive amounts of coodeling, Yoga,
massive amounts of emotional release work, massive

amounts of speaking. And you know, as far as that unapologeticness goes and

accountability goes, is I'm not.
I'm I am really working on not apologizing

for the things that I've done and
the things that I do, because I

know I'm clear with my intention and
I know I'm not here to get it

perfect. I'm here to do my
best. And so I do something that

someone doesn't like and that's part of
meeting a legacy. That's part of it.

M I know I'm doing my best. Previous, previous, could I

say that I was doing my best? There's a lot. There's times when

I work, but when I was
at so what I've really done, what

other people could do, is like, okay, break it down. What

are your daily tasks look like?
Okay, and go six months into the

future. Or what after you transition
of the planet? What is left behind?

It I died tomorrow, what's left? And if I'm focused on paying

my bills and if I'm focused on
whatever else, and and while I'm focus

on those things, I am not
happy surviving passionate, then my legacy is

going to disappear, my in is
going to disappear. I'm not saying paying

the bills and all the things aren't
important, but you have to add,

we have to ask why am I
here and why am I doing this and

how I focused while I'm doing this, because what I want, if there's

not a piece of the essence of
what I want continued with an each and

everything that I do throughout my day, I'm not going to leave the legacy

that I came here to meet.
And what is that? My legacy is

to guide others into waking up.
I'm here now, I'm here now,

and I'm here now. Oh my
God, I'm here now. There are

so many we're continued right now within
like a one could say a war on

consciousness. It's so how can I
be sure that I'm tapped into my consciousness?

These are my my transmissions, and
I'm choosing to tap into these are

my transmissions. They're truly serving my
highest and best. These are my transmissions

that are really serving my highest and
best, my path and purpose, instead

of just kind of infiltrated by fear
and distraction and the best house and the

body and the fashion and whatever else. I don't. I'm as saying don't,

don't pay attention to those things.
But where are you? Oh,

how are you aligned? Where's what's
your sound doing? How can you make

sure? You can just from your
posture, that you're focused on those things

in a way that is for you. So that is my legacy to encourage

people to wake up and be as
most of them as they can while they're

here. The most of who you
are. That comes from eliminating the parts

of you that or the the behaviors
that truly are not you like that.

I like that. How do you
stay in the now when things are bad,

shit crazy around you? We know
do to stay in the now.

Koud any, Yoga, mantra,
meditation, key, key, key,

key. You. Your brain is
a tool. It's like, you know,

it's a radio, right, and
so it's like, am I going

to have hazardly to my radio?
And so, you know, songs on

repeat that I don't like. Right, it's so or not. Right,

I have to manually turn the knob
of my own tuner in order to stay

in the now. So I'm continuously
chanting mantra, I'm continuously doing some breathwork

throughout the day. I'm continuously.
We can now, now, I'll even

say now and now, and I'm
here now and your now. So for

me, mantra is the name of
the game. And when you practice meditation

of Mantra and couldn't' something like a
Coodlini Yoga or Chee Gong or something like

that, you have the it's a
you strengthened, right strengthened. You become

kind of like an athlete, you
know, master practitioner of your own you

know mechanism. That's key, and
you have to believe the mantras that you're

saying. So I mean I chant. You know these ain't I can't an

a mantras right. Couldn't feel kick
mantras, but you can even do like

an affirmation, but an affirmation that
you step and believe, not an affirmation

that you don't write. It's like
if you have not going to chant your

way into believing something right, but
it's like an example could be I really

want, really want, to get
to a place where I love myself,

I know that I really I want
to believe that. I want, you

know, something like that. You
actually can like genuinely vibrate like in residence

with so for me, how I
get into my now mantra. SOTING.

I'm sotting. I'm sotting on why
you'd like it, to write, driving

downs your while you write, you
to why you Rita and then look up

the window of nature. Hands Right. So almost a lucive gene technique.

But while you're awake, my hands, you know, just like coming into

like very tactile experience with your own
just form. Those are some really good

tools. How about you? What
do you do? What do you do?

What do I do to stay in
the now? Yes, May I

my morning practice is really important and
that is, you know, those first

few minutes of the day and their
days where it's an hour or there are

days where it's fifteen minutes, there
are days where it's, you know,

an hour and a half. It
depends on what's going on and it's my

day. Most of the time.
My intention is for my day to start

with clear intention, like what do
I have going on today and what do

I what do I want out of
this day? What do I want for

myself out of this day? What
do I want for the people with whom

I interact? What do I want
want from myself and from the people with

whom I interact and from God and
from whatever support is around me, both

the support that I'm acutely aware of
and conscious of and the support that's outside

of the realm of what I can
see on a day to day and minute

to minute practice. So that is
a vital part of the way that I

start my moments every day. And
then it's really remembering who I am and

that I'm not alone in the moments
throughout my day. So, for example,

right now you and I are talking
and I'm here, and I'm not

going to say that there aren't times
where I'm in a conversation, I'm thinking

about other things, but really I
make a concerted effort to be in the

thing that I'm actually doing. So
if I'm washing dishes, I'm washing dishes,

if I'm washing dishes and listening to
music, I'm washing dishes and listening

to music. And if I'm washing
dishes, listening to music and ranting about

something that someone did to Piss me
off or something that I'm doing or not

doing, then I'm consciously aware that
that's what I'm actually spending my time doing,

because what that helps me with is
ensuring that I am giving the proper

energy, or the appropriate energy to
the appropriate situation right because if not,

I can get up and it'll be
like two hours later and I've spent two

hours cursing somebody out Huh in my
head or cursing some situation out in my

head and not and, you know, just having it be time that just

leaked away from me, versus saying, you know what, no, I'm

going to sit here for five minutes
and that Blah Blah Blah did such and

such, and I'm gonna like do
this so that there's an end to it

for me, you know, and
so it's really you know, what I

have found is that I have the
best days when I'm clear and when I've

taken the time to take care of
myself and when I've taken the time to

check in with myself and to ensure
that the relationship with myself is intact,

loving and of high quality, because
once my relationship with myself is tended to,

I find that everything else kind of
lays out and happens, you know,

in a pretty good way. And
it doesn't mean that I don't have

situations where that are more challenging than
others or challenging conversation stations that I have

to have. I want to have
those conversations having been in love with myself,

so that I can exude that to
other people, you know, because

when I don't Li Sawn as a
whole different character. We saw on I'm

impatience. I am I will cush
your ass out. I will. It's

all about like it's all about blocking
and protection and my space versus your space

or, you know, seeing what
you do as the collective, you as

something you're doing against me, versus
me having this experience and witnessing different things

and choosing how I'm going to interact
and with those situations that occur. A

spicy I know. That's what I
do. That's my thank and lots of

walks. You know, taken a
walk is and I think that's part of

the movement that you talked about.
You know, when you know, being

aware of my energy. Sometimes,
you know, when there's a lot going

on, I can feel like this
ex I could feel, you know,

tension. You know what's what's defined
as tension, or lay Abo this tension,

and I can either sit with that
and just experience myself having tension,

or what works for me is get
up and move, and so sometimes it's

a walk around the block, right. It doesn't have to be like this

whole you know thing. Sometimes it's
simply walking around the block. And what

I find is that as I start
to move, that energy starts to move

as well and kind of even out, and then I feel better and my

thoughts are a little clearer and I
realize that the thing that happened is not

the end of the world. You
know, it has not. My entire

apple card is not overturned. It's
just a thing that goes from being like

this huge thing to like being a
ten minute blip. You know that I

can move on from. Yeah,
yeah, it's what. Go ahead,

I was gonna say. Yeah,
when you develop this relationship with yourself where

you can understand your patterns and your
behaviors and and what's going on, then

you can give yourself the time and
space and the tools that you need so

you can show up, like you
were saying, when I can show up

all with all that is me and
I can show up with like a dial

relationship with myself. And, you
know, because I have access to so

much information and all of these in
all the information could potentially serve my highest

and best. But I know with
me, you know, as as I

as I learned what kind of like
my human design astrology, which is a

whole other ballpark, but it's it's
been so helpful for me as like Oh,

okay, so you know, my
my pattern is, you know,

I have access to the information,
I go all over the place because I

have the reas energetic resource to be
able to pull off every option that I'm

downloading. But then I do not
do that and let the let the client

come and and then there's a path. Yeah, I love that you said

that, because I think people there, you know, there are people for

whom meditation, journaling, that kind
of thing comes naturally, and there are

other people that really maybe don't feel
the same way. And I'm really happy

that you just said that, because
when it reminds me of is that this

work that we do, all of
this work, is really so that you

can quiet down enough to be able
to learn who you truly are. And

when you walk the planet, taking
in only external stimulus and respond, walking

around, kind of reacting to what
people are doing and saying and the circumstances

that befall you, you can literally
carve yourself out of the equation. And

so these practices of sitting down for
an hour and a half, as you

do to a couple of times a
day, and just like getting quiet and

connecting and mantra and prayer, whatever
it is that you're doing, those are

ways to really help you to witness
who you really are and how you're really

behaving on this planet so that you
can course correct where you need to or

bring out of you the things that
you really want to bring out of you.

And that happens when you give yourself
the time and the relationship with yourself

it's just like a relationship with anyone
else. Right. So try having a

relationship and not being willing to give
an hour a day to that relationship.

You know that relationship is going to
stall, it's going to be stagnant,

it's not going to grow. And
so when we're willing to look at the

relationship that we're in with ourselves with
that same intention, excuse me, that

same intention, that same juiciness,
that same curiosity, like, oh,

how interesting is it that people just
dog you out and you seem to smile

about it and not say anything.
But you know, when you know that

you don't really want that and that
there's something that you have to say but

you're not expressing that. How interesting
is that? What are we going to

do about that? Right, you
can't. It's hard to get there unless

you've given it the time and energy
and attention. I love that. And

it's not easy, right, like
none of this is easy, but you

develop the muscle and the resilience that
you in, the stamina that you need

so that you're ready to show up
and you have the courage behind it.

So you do it. You know, becomes your new your new normal.

I love that comparison with the relationship
and anyone who might be doing like reparenting

with themselves. HMM, that's what
it is. We write like how much

time are you going to give your
own child? Yeah, you have to

give yourself at least are some sort
of fraction of that time when you're doing

this work if you want it to
make a dent. Yeah, yeah,

Brandy, tell me about a couple. I have two questions for you.

One is what, and you talked
earlier about like your legacy, like Brandy

Knight, what do you want people
to know about you after you have left

this lifetime wild courageous hilarity, deeply
loving and passionate, ultra creative and talented

and a Mama. Yeah, yeah, and what would you say to the

younger woman who was doing a whole
lot of avoidance work many years ago?

What would you say to her today? It's okay to cry, it's okay,

it's okay to feel. You can
feel. It's Great Express. It's

okay to speak, it's okay,
okay, okay to know. It's okay

to know, it's okay to be
wrong. It's okay to be an accurate

and it's okay to be accurate.
That it's okay. I think that's what

people want to know, that it's
okay. Yeah, yeah, brandy,

thank you so much this, son. Thank you that love so much.

I love you two and we haven't
this is we haven't spoken in a really

long time, so it's really nice
to have a chance to talk and to

share, even if we're doing it
in front of a whole bunch of people.

I'm really happy that we did a
little tango today. This fills really

good I know that you are tell
the audience where they can get in contact

with you and what you can help
them with. You can hop on my

website intercalling. I NARCA, you
lngcom all of my informations there. We

can even contact me all my you
know, instagram. All that's there.

What I am bringing to the table
is a personalized prescriptive the yogic emotional release

experience. It's a guided personal experience
where you are applying tools every day to

your life, where you can step
into your destiny, remember why you came

to the planet and so still your
mission and leave your legacy for your lineage.

Randy, thank you so much for
stopping by. I appreciate you.

Thank you. I appreciate you to
I really hope that you enjoyed listening to

my conversation with Brandy Knight as much
as I enjoyed having it. I hadn't

spoken to brandy in a really long
time, and so it was really nice

to just sit down and vibe with
her for a bit and and catch up,

and to also share with all of
you some of her incredible practices and

insights into the way that she's walking
this planet and how she wants to show

up. Thank you, as always, for listening to the shaping freedom podcast.

Please continue to listen. Let me
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