Damien Echols on The Healing Journey Web Series

October 4, 2016 by Chris Grosso

Damien Echols Chris Grosso

In this episode of The Healing Journey Web Series, Damien Echols and I discuss Magick, what it is and isn’t; the role Magick played in Damien surviving almost 20 years on death row, 10 of which were spent in solitary confinement; the wisdom traditions that resonate with each of us, including Magick, Zen, Wicca, Vedanta, Taoism; the Rumi quote “Everyone will taste death – but only some will taste life.”; the energetic power of words and intention and explore how The Bible is a great example of this; the difference between hope and faith and what they mean to each of us; what it’s like to be young, feel like an outcast, and how to work through that; and much more! Click HERE to watch!

Damien Echols is a ceremonial magician and artist who lives in NYC with his wife and cats. He spent 18 years on death row for a crime he did not commit and wrote the book “Life after Death” about his experiences. You can keep up with his upcoming exhibitions on Facebook at @damienwechols and at:




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Chris Grosso is a writer, public speaker, mental health youth group facilitator, and author with Simon & Schuster. He also writes for Revolver Magazine, Fangoria, and has spoken at a bunch of fancy-schmancy festivals and conferences (as well as even more events that were significantly less than fancy-schmancy). Chris's podcast, The Indie Spiritualist, is hosted on Ram Dass's Be Here Now Network.