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:

www.magickrevolution.com

www.damienechols.bigcartel.com

www.magickrevolution.bigcartel.com

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Chris Grosso is a public speaker, writer, recovering addict, spiritual director, and author of Indie Spiritualist: A No Bullshit Exploration of Spirituality (Beyond Words/Simon & Schuster) and Everything Mind: What I've Learned About Hard Knocks, Spiritual Awakening and the Mind-Blowing Truth of it All (Sounds True). He writes for ORIGIN Magazine, Huffington Post, and Mantra Yoga + Health Magazine, and has spoken and performed at Wanderlust Festival, Yoga Journal Conference, Sedona World Wisdom Days, Kripalu, Celebrate Your Life and more. Chris is passionate about his work with people who are in the process of healing or struggling with addictions of all kinds. He speaks and leads groups in detoxes, yoga studios, rehabs, youth centers, 12-step meetings, hospitals, conferences, and festivals worldwide. He is a member of the advisory board for Drugs over Dinner.