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 Ray Hurst Rewrite Your Story

Summary:

Ray Hurst (also known as Papa Ray Hurst shares his incredible story with us. He has had three businesses, started a ministry, and overcome two depressions. Ray shares his story of what he learned about depression, how he learned to overcome it, and how he teaches others to do the same. He shares the whispers that led to an open a coaching business and pursuing his passion. Best of all, he shares advice on how to rewrite the chapters of your story that are holding you back and free yourself from depression.

Ray Hurst Rewrite Your Story

Episode Transcription

 

Intro Plays

 

Ari: My name is Ari Schobrunn I’m your host. Today I have with me papa Ray, who’s been married to the same amazing woman for 36 years. He’s an international speaker and coach, a pastor, missionary, author, artist, and poet. I don’t know where he gets the time to do all that. Anyway, he started right he has started run three different companies and a ministry. During his lifetime, he has survived two major depressions, the last one coming within five minutes of losing his life, and is now teaching people how to understand their owner’s manual, leading them into major life changing breakthroughs in a matter of a few hours. Ray has become a coach because of his passion for helping people be better. He teaches people how to change the meaning of what happened in their past, so will not be a part of their future. Please help me welcome, Papa Ray are

 

Ray: doing amazing. Thank you.

 

Ari:That’s wonderful. Great. So as you know, the name of this podcast is whispers and bricks, the whispers of those voices telling you what the right thing to do is and they represent the good life. The bricks represent the bad things that we go through in life, we all know, life is not a straight line. There are many ups and downs, many bumps in the road. And, you know, everybody goes through something at some point in time. Some have bigger bricks and have smaller bricks and have more bricks and have less bricks. But before we get into that, first things first, how did you get the name Papa Bray.

 

Ray: So when I went to Brazil in 2004, on a mission trip, the Holy Spirit told me to stand in the place of this girl, as her father and bless her as my daughter. That started my ministry called the Father’s blessing. And went back in 2006. Literally, every single person that came to me for prayer, the Holy Spirit said it’s their dad. Out of that, two girls stayed in touch. And in inevitably, I went back for more times, on my own solo trips to just share the Father’s blessing. Now people in Brazil simply call me papa. They don’t call me Pastor. They don’t call me right. They just simply call me, Papa. Wow, I go by Ray.

 

Ari: Wow, what a great story. A great story. All right. So let’s get into this. When you were just a child, I think at the age of four. That was when you got hit with your first brick. Want to tell us about that?

 

Ray: Yeah, I, at the time, I didn’t realize it was a major break that would dictate the rest of my life. My father left my home when I was four years old. I grew up in a conservative Anabaptist Mennonite community. Sadly, and unfortunately, 54 years ago, that community had no clue how to deal with separation and divorce. They really did not know anything about it. They didn’t know how to respond to it. They didn’t know. And so anyway, I grew up with a lot of wrong beliefs mindsets. And I believed and said all my life up until seven years ago, I’m abandoned. I’m rejected. Well, guess how I live my life. Every authority figure, every pastor, every boss, every teacher, I knew. And I could predict they were going to abandon me or reject me. So guess how I live? Wow. It’s very real, what we believe there is what we will, what our perception of our past will always be our projection or our future, until we change it.

 

Ari: Wow, wow. That’s powerful. Now, in your bio, you mentioned that you ran like three successful companies. And yet you had two major bouts of depression. I think you were 30 years old when you had the first bout. Can you tell me what was going on back then?

 

Ray: Yeah, so um, I like to tell people how did I get into my depression being a relatively intelligent person. So being intelligent has nothing to do with being falling into depression. Your IQ or your intellectual intelligence is not going to keep you out of depression. Because depression is an emotional and when you look at EQ or emotional awareness, it is erotical, it can drop, go from as high as 720 bits of data to as low as 20, which is your stress response. So when you fall into a depression or into a funk and you can’t process and you can’t function, you didn’t lose your intellectual intelligence. It’s your emotional awareness, that took a major hit. So like to tell people, if you took a piece of paper, and you laid it on top of another piece of paper, you do that 40 times a day doesn’t sound like much do that every single day for 50 years, you’re going to have a mound of papers that you cannot see past. And all you’re going to see in life is what’s written on them papers. Because every single day, you put that same thought. And that became that same idea. That same idea became that belief, that belief became your actions, your actions become your lifestyle, your lifestyle, created a new thought, gave you a new idea, give you a new belief, a new action, new lifestyle. So it’s every time you lay a piece of paper on top of it, the other one, and you don’t take the other ones away that were wrong. All them thoughts become them ideas that eventually will become what who you are. So it’s, it is I was gonna say is not difficult at all, to fall in depression. It’s actually very easy. Because you do nothing different. And you will do the same thing.

 

Ari: Right? I always tell people, you know what the definition of insanity is? Doing the same thing over and over again, expecting different results. That’s insanity. But yet, that’s what most of us do every single day. You know, we don’t make those changes that we need to change.

 

Ray:Yeah, unfortunately, very unfortunate.

 

Ari: Right. Now, I think in our last conversation that we had offline, you mentioned to me that you had your three businesses but that you lost your businesses, you had lost your house. So what was what was going on there?

 

Ray: So 30 years ago, and my first depression, I was electrical contractor, I was had some limited amount of success, things were going well, I bought a house we were doing well. And again, is them one thought on top of another thought that I did not simply take my thoughts captive. And I did not be renewed by transforming my mind is allowed these things to build up until they become so overwhelming. I could have literally told you how to do all the electrical work at the time I was doing residential homes, I could have sat down and explained to you exactly what needed to be done, what size of wire, how many receptacles everything. Intellectually, I was still aware, I understood. Emotionally, I was overwhelmed. And just completely unable to function I was sleep 1012 hours a day, wake up totally exhausted. It physically, emotionally, spiritually numb, I was just completely overwhelmed. And so that just built up. And then people would say to me, Well, Ray, just go out and work, just go do something. I can’t. But my family they couldn’t understand that is depression is not an intellectual, it’s an emotional. And so you dive into a little bit later what the mechanics of emotions are. And when that mechanics of them emotions start going, it just drives it harder. It’s like drilling into the ground. And the more the emotions go, the harder it drills, and the farther it takes you down to tongda. I mean deeper and deeper and deeper. And the more people say just get over it, the worse it makes. It literally makes it worse. It amplifies is like turning up the amperage. It’s like you crank it up to 220 volts

 

Ari: or go like a true electrician. So what about Okay, so, first of all, how did you get out of that funk? How did you get out of that depression? And then what happened when the second one hit?

 

Ray: The first one, I think it was just a matter of time. I literally had to sell my business file bankruptcy. So my house walked away with $2,000 for my life’s work at that time. I mean, relatively for what I was doing, and what I built. There was nothing. I mean, literally, right peanuts and so it was just a matter of time. Trying to find stability. So all the pressure was gone. We’re behind a new mortgage. And so the relief, the bankruptcy and the sun house on everything and getting a job, having a steady schedule, gave me some kind of normalcy, and gave me some kind of a relief. But it wasn’t permanent. Because there was a lot of, you know, a lot of a roller coaster for next 20 years. Wow. And, again, it’s it’s all about that one thought stacked on top of another thought never correcting it. And that’s why it is so so easy to get caught up in this trap. And yeah, so just finding that sense of normalcy, getting that job. But it didn’t take me long, you know, I didn’t like working for somebody, because I’m a very creative person. Right? I didn’t like being trapped in. So it didn’t take me long, maybe two years before I was back in my own business again, running and then I went from electrical contractor to building signs. And that did that for the last 16 years. Wow. In 2018 is always love coaching, mentoring, counseling, helping people, right? I said to my wife, I said, Wow, I want to be a coach, I want to start charging people for coaching. So 2018, we officially launched Eilat coaching, is I call myself a personal transformation coach. Because my goal is to transform people’s lives.

 

Ari: So I guess, I guess you, you finally listen to the whispers. Alright, and becoming a coach, which led you to discover I’m sure some deeper truths about yourself, about your life, and what was really and what was really important to you. And now you’re helping people to overcome some of the bricks that they’ve been thrown at, that they’ve had thrown at them. Right. And some of the bricks that, you know, you’ve, you know, some of the stuff that you’ve gone through. And, you know, and it’s, it’s gone like full circle, basically.

 

Ray: Yeah, definitely, definitely. And that is, my greatest joy in life is helping somebody I want to be for the world what the world was not for me when I needed them the most. Sadly, and unfortunately, the world really, or I should say, my world, was not able to give me what I needed. And I look back and I that circle of influence I had at that time. And you know, the sad part is external got it. They don’t get it. It’s sad, because so many of them are trapped in their same bubble. But as as you grow, and you see these things, you kind of feel bad for them. Before I was angry, before I was really, really angry at them. When I realized they didn’t give me more. And I realized they weren’t there. They weren’t not there. Even though in their own way. They tried to be there. But what they did was devastating. And saying just get over Oh, come on. Just go do Good job. Good work. What’s wrong with you? Well, you know, you’re stupid, or implying that Pat is unbelievably devastating. That’s not what a person needs when you’re in the throes of depression. Now, I hear you, I hear you. It’s the worst thing you could do is telling somebody just go do it. Right? If they could just go do it, then what would it do? When somebody does that, it’s like taking a break and hitting them over the head. You become the next brick right in their life. And then what it does, it amplifies the problem. Night don’t get me wrong. There are people out there that abuse it. There are people out there that are hypochondriacs that everything in anything wrong, and they’re abusing our sympathy and empathy. Yes, there is a group of people that’s No, it’s inevitable. Because the same is you know, you can’t just say get over it. You’re why are they that way? There’s always a core reason there’s always a root if you never get to the root you can ever correct right. And that’s the key is you got to get to the root. Where did it start? Where did that creep in? Where did that idea where that thoughts come from? If you really break it down, I really think you deal with started with a thought you were born with it. You weren’t born with them fears you weren’t Born with them doubts and anxieties. You’re a bird born with that it was a learned behavior. And a beautiful thing about a learned behavior is you can change the meaning and which will radically change your life. Right? Right, I hear you. You’re the only one that wrote that chapter. God did not write it. The devil did not write it. Nobody wrote that shot only you did. And guess what? Because you have freewill. You can go back and rewrite that chapter. I did. So that’s what I teach my clients to them. I just teach them how to rewrite that meaning. And it’s amazing how quickly people can be set free. When they’re ready to go rewrite the chapter. The key, they have to be ready. Oh, painful, it hurts. It’s very painful. It’s not fun. But I tell you why living in a depression is no fun at all. It steals everything. Depression is a thief. Depression is real. And it’s it’s thief, it will steal you. It will steal your life is still your joy. It is still everything from but it doesn’t have to be you. It doesn’t have to be you and you don’t have to be that you can be free. You’re allowed to be free.

 

Ari: Absolutely, absolutely. Very, very wise words. Wise words. Let me ask you something. Who was the one person that you would point to? To that, you know, what person would you say had the most influence in your life? And why?

 

Ray: Wow. So in the in the in the last seven years, I’m not to call Dr. Joe Dispenza. Because he really spoken in most clearest way possible of what is happening in my brain, what I call the mechanics of my emotions, is I was getting downloads from the Holy Spirit. And I was kind of like, yeah, that makes sense. Yeah, it really makes sense. Then when I listen, I could go to Spence’s like fam, it just lit up on my oh my goodness, this solidifies everything that I was sensing. It just gave it a nod that the Holy Spirit was unable to give me that. But when Dr. Joe Dispenza said it, it just like bam. Wow, that resonated. Confirmation just resonated. Yeah. And you know, the beautiful part about Dr. Joe Dispenza. Even though he may not be a devout Christian like I am, he still speaks truth. He still has a huge element of truth. And when I when you know the truth, the truth sets you free is when you hear the truth. You’re like, yeah, I resonate with that. And you know what the beautiful part was? It was easy. It wasn’t complicated. Wasn’t this complex? Take this task and then take this pill and then come back in two weeks and do this task and train your brain every day. No, it when you listen to him, it’s like this at this is not difficult. But again, I can’t I can’t emphasize enough. We have to be at that state of willingness and to be prepared to go through the process. I call it a simple step. A hard process. Now I know personally helped people have major major life changing breakthroughs in less than an hour. Wow, every time but it’s happened. The key is I can’t emphasize enough the key is they were ready. They were 100% ready for that breakthrough. They were desperate for that breakthrough. Not everybody’s at that place. And that’s okay. Be okay, where you are just don’t stay where you are.

 

Ari: Wow, I would ask if you have any words of wisdom to share with my audience, but I think you’ve just shared a whole boatload of words of wisdom for my audience. So let me ask you this if people want to get in touch with you, what would be the best the best way for them to do that? You have an email you have a website social media.

 

Ray: I have two websites. Let me give you my coaching website is Eilat i l AP. No w.com. That’s www.Eilatnow.com. Okay. The Ministry website is where I stand as a father and I bless people as a son and a daughter and that is Father’s blessing dot info as Father’s blessing dot i n f o and if you go on there is actually a video for the son where I stand as a father and I bless him as a son. And there’s a video for a daughter, where I stand as a father and bless him as a daughter as To share the things that you may have never heard from your Father which is another big part of the healing process

 

wow okay, so it’s I left now at

 

Ray: at why not now calm I locked down calm and father’s blood His blessings God I nfo blessing single fathers right fathers with an S blessing, right dot inf O great you can also follow me on Facebook. Okay lots of really positive content on Facebook on a regular basis videos and posts and comments. So I really my heart’s desire is to be for the world what the world was not for me when I needed them. So I’m always trying to put out really high quality content thought provoking to really help people see I never want anybody be the same because they met me and I believe nobody will be the same because they met me

 

I know I won’t be the same because I mentioned this Sure.

 

Right. Facebook is rehearsed on

 

Facebook. Right Harris okay. No, papa.

 

Ray: Well, it’s in parentheses, Papa. But if you just simply put in rehearse we’ll find you’ll find me God. Right. Yeah, you could put in Papa Ray you

 

Ari: Yeah. And you to re thanks so much for sharing your story with my audience. Good luck going forward. You’re really doing some great service for the world. You’re listening to whispers in bricks and I’m your host Iris Sharma. Remember, if you feel like you’re stuck in the mud, like you’re spinning your wheels, wasting time, your career, your business your life. If you know you’re not enjoying all the success, satisfaction significance that you desire, and it’s time for you to book a call with me at www call with ari.com Check out my whispers and bricks Academy. Until next time, listen to the whispers avoid the bricks and never ever give up on your dreams. Bye for now.

 

 Ray Hurst Rewrite Your Story

Summary:

Ray Hurst (also known as Papa Ray Hurst shares his incredible story with us. He has had three businesses, started a ministry, and overcome two depressions. Ray shares his story of what he learned about depression, how he learned to overcome it, and how he teaches others to do the same. He shares the whispers that led to an open a coaching business and pursuing his passion. Best of all, he shares advice on how to rewrite the chapters of your story that are holding you back and free yourself from depression.

 

Episode Transcription

 

Intro Plays

 

Ari: My name is Ari Schobrunn I’m your host. Today I have with me papa Ray, who’s been married to the same amazing woman for 36 years. He’s an international speaker and coach, a pastor, missionary, author, artist, and poet. I don’t know where he gets the time to do all that. Anyway, he started right he has started run three different companies and a ministry. During his lifetime, he has survived two major depressions, the last one coming within five minutes of losing his life, and is now teaching people how to understand their owner’s manual, leading them into major life changing breakthroughs in a matter of a few hours. Ray has become a coach because of his passion for helping people be better. He teaches people how to change the meaning of what happened in their past, so will not be a part of their future. Please help me welcome, Papa Ray are

 

Ray: doing amazing. Thank you.

 

Ari:That’s wonderful. Great. So as you know, the name of this podcast is whispers and bricks, the whispers of those voices telling you what the right thing to do is and they represent the good life. The bricks represent the bad things that we go through in life, we all know, life is not a straight line. There are many ups and downs, many bumps in the road. And, you know, everybody goes through something at some point in time. Some have bigger bricks and have smaller bricks and have more bricks and have less bricks. But before we get into that, first things first, how did you get the name Papa Bray.

 

Ray: So when I went to Brazil in 2004, on a mission trip, the Holy Spirit told me to stand in the place of this girl, as her father and bless her as my daughter. That started my ministry called the Father’s blessing. And went back in 2006. Literally, every single person that came to me for prayer, the Holy Spirit said it’s their dad. Out of that, two girls stayed in touch. And in inevitably, I went back for more times, on my own solo trips to just share the Father’s blessing. Now people in Brazil simply call me papa. They don’t call me Pastor. They don’t call me right. They just simply call me, Papa. Wow, I go by Ray.

 

Ari: Wow, what a great story. A great story. All right. So let’s get into this. When you were just a child, I think at the age of four. That was when you got hit with your first brick. Want to tell us about that?

 

Ray: Yeah, I, at the time, I didn’t realize it was a major break that would dictate the rest of my life. My father left my home when I was four years old. I grew up in a conservative Anabaptist Mennonite community. Sadly, and unfortunately, 54 years ago, that community had no clue how to deal with separation and divorce. They really did not know anything about it. They didn’t know how to respond to it. They didn’t know. And so anyway, I grew up with a lot of wrong beliefs mindsets. And I believed and said all my life up until seven years ago, I’m abandoned. I’m rejected. Well, guess how I live my life. Every authority figure, every pastor, every boss, every teacher, I knew. And I could predict they were going to abandon me or reject me. So guess how I live? Wow. It’s very real, what we believe there is what we will, what our perception of our past will always be our projection or our future, until we change it.

 

Ari: Wow, wow. That’s powerful. Now, in your bio, you mentioned that you ran like three successful companies. And yet you had two major bouts of depression. I think you were 30 years old when you had the first bout. Can you tell me what was going on back then?

 

Ray: Yeah, so um, I like to tell people how did I get into my depression being a relatively intelligent person. So being intelligent has nothing to do with being falling into depression. Your IQ or your intellectual intelligence is not going to keep you out of depression. Because depression is an emotional and when you look at EQ or emotional awareness, it is erotical, it can drop, go from as high as 720 bits of data to as low as 20, which is your stress response. So when you fall into a depression or into a funk and you can’t process and you can’t function, you didn’t lose your intellectual intelligence. It’s your emotional awareness, that took a major hit. So like to tell people, if you took a piece of paper, and you laid it on top of another piece of paper, you do that 40 times a day doesn’t sound like much do that every single day for 50 years, you’re going to have a mound of papers that you cannot see past. And all you’re going to see in life is what’s written on them papers. Because every single day, you put that same thought. And that became that same idea. That same idea became that belief, that belief became your actions, your actions become your lifestyle, your lifestyle, created a new thought, gave you a new idea, give you a new belief, a new action, new lifestyle. So it’s every time you lay a piece of paper on top of it, the other one, and you don’t take the other ones away that were wrong. All them thoughts become them ideas that eventually will become what who you are. So it’s, it is I was gonna say is not difficult at all, to fall in depression. It’s actually very easy. Because you do nothing different. And you will do the same thing.

 

Ari: Right? I always tell people, you know what the definition of insanity is? Doing the same thing over and over again, expecting different results. That’s insanity. But yet, that’s what most of us do every single day. You know, we don’t make those changes that we need to change.

 

Ray:Yeah, unfortunately, very unfortunate.

 

Ari: Right. Now, I think in our last conversation that we had offline, you mentioned to me that you had your three businesses but that you lost your businesses, you had lost your house. So what was what was going on there?

 

Ray: So 30 years ago, and my first depression, I was electrical contractor, I was had some limited amount of success, things were going well, I bought a house we were doing well. And again, is them one thought on top of another thought that I did not simply take my thoughts captive. And I did not be renewed by transforming my mind is allowed these things to build up until they become so overwhelming. I could have literally told you how to do all the electrical work at the time I was doing residential homes, I could have sat down and explained to you exactly what needed to be done, what size of wire, how many receptacles everything. Intellectually, I was still aware, I understood. Emotionally, I was overwhelmed. And just completely unable to function I was sleep 1012 hours a day, wake up totally exhausted. It physically, emotionally, spiritually numb, I was just completely overwhelmed. And so that just built up. And then people would say to me, Well, Ray, just go out and work, just go do something. I can’t. But my family they couldn’t understand that is depression is not an intellectual, it’s an emotional. And so you dive into a little bit later what the mechanics of emotions are. And when that mechanics of them emotions start going, it just drives it harder. It’s like drilling into the ground. And the more the emotions go, the harder it drills, and the farther it takes you down to tongda. I mean deeper and deeper and deeper. And the more people say just get over it, the worse it makes. It literally makes it worse. It amplifies is like turning up the amperage. It’s like you crank it up to 220 volts

 

Ari: or go like a true electrician. So what about Okay, so, first of all, how did you get out of that funk? How did you get out of that depression? And then what happened when the second one hit?

 

Ray: The first one, I think it was just a matter of time. I literally had to sell my business file bankruptcy. So my house walked away with $2,000 for my life’s work at that time. I mean, relatively for what I was doing, and what I built. There was nothing. I mean, literally, right peanuts and so it was just a matter of time. Trying to find stability. So all the pressure was gone. We’re behind a new mortgage. And so the relief, the bankruptcy and the sun house on everything and getting a job, having a steady schedule, gave me some kind of normalcy, and gave me some kind of a relief. But it wasn’t permanent. Because there was a lot of, you know, a lot of a roller coaster for next 20 years. Wow. And, again, it’s it’s all about that one thought stacked on top of another thought never correcting it. And that’s why it is so so easy to get caught up in this trap. And yeah, so just finding that sense of normalcy, getting that job. But it didn’t take me long, you know, I didn’t like working for somebody, because I’m a very creative person. Right? I didn’t like being trapped in. So it didn’t take me long, maybe two years before I was back in my own business again, running and then I went from electrical contractor to building signs. And that did that for the last 16 years. Wow. In 2018 is always love coaching, mentoring, counseling, helping people, right? I said to my wife, I said, Wow, I want to be a coach, I want to start charging people for coaching. So 2018, we officially launched Eilat coaching, is I call myself a personal transformation coach. Because my goal is to transform people’s lives.

 

Ari: So I guess, I guess you, you finally listen to the whispers. Alright, and becoming a coach, which led you to discover I’m sure some deeper truths about yourself, about your life, and what was really and what was really important to you. And now you’re helping people to overcome some of the bricks that they’ve been thrown at, that they’ve had thrown at them. Right. And some of the bricks that, you know, you’ve, you know, some of the stuff that you’ve gone through. And, you know, and it’s, it’s gone like full circle, basically.

 

Ray: Yeah, definitely, definitely. And that is, my greatest joy in life is helping somebody I want to be for the world what the world was not for me when I needed them the most. Sadly, and unfortunately, the world really, or I should say, my world, was not able to give me what I needed. And I look back and I that circle of influence I had at that time. And you know, the sad part is external got it. They don’t get it. It’s sad, because so many of them are trapped in their same bubble. But as as you grow, and you see these things, you kind of feel bad for them. Before I was angry, before I was really, really angry at them. When I realized they didn’t give me more. And I realized they weren’t there. They weren’t not there. Even though in their own way. They tried to be there. But what they did was devastating. And saying just get over Oh, come on. Just go do Good job. Good work. What’s wrong with you? Well, you know, you’re stupid, or implying that Pat is unbelievably devastating. That’s not what a person needs when you’re in the throes of depression. Now, I hear you, I hear you. It’s the worst thing you could do is telling somebody just go do it. Right? If they could just go do it, then what would it do? When somebody does that, it’s like taking a break and hitting them over the head. You become the next brick right in their life. And then what it does, it amplifies the problem. Night don’t get me wrong. There are people out there that abuse it. There are people out there that are hypochondriacs that everything in anything wrong, and they’re abusing our sympathy and empathy. Yes, there is a group of people that’s No, it’s inevitable. Because the same is you know, you can’t just say get over it. You’re why are they that way? There’s always a core reason there’s always a root if you never get to the root you can ever correct right. And that’s the key is you got to get to the root. Where did it start? Where did that creep in? Where did that idea where that thoughts come from? If you really break it down, I really think you deal with started with a thought you were born with it. You weren’t born with them fears you weren’t Born with them doubts and anxieties. You’re a bird born with that it was a learned behavior. And a beautiful thing about a learned behavior is you can change the meaning and which will radically change your life. Right? Right, I hear you. You’re the only one that wrote that chapter. God did not write it. The devil did not write it. Nobody wrote that shot only you did. And guess what? Because you have freewill. You can go back and rewrite that chapter. I did. So that’s what I teach my clients to them. I just teach them how to rewrite that meaning. And it’s amazing how quickly people can be set free. When they’re ready to go rewrite the chapter. The key, they have to be ready. Oh, painful, it hurts. It’s very painful. It’s not fun. But I tell you why living in a depression is no fun at all. It steals everything. Depression is a thief. Depression is real. And it’s it’s thief, it will steal you. It will steal your life is still your joy. It is still everything from but it doesn’t have to be you. It doesn’t have to be you and you don’t have to be that you can be free. You’re allowed to be free.

 

Ari: Absolutely, absolutely. Very, very wise words. Wise words. Let me ask you something. Who was the one person that you would point to? To that, you know, what person would you say had the most influence in your life? And why?

 

Ray: Wow. So in the in the in the last seven years, I’m not to call Dr. Joe Dispenza. Because he really spoken in most clearest way possible of what is happening in my brain, what I call the mechanics of my emotions, is I was getting downloads from the Holy Spirit. And I was kind of like, yeah, that makes sense. Yeah, it really makes sense. Then when I listen, I could go to Spence’s like fam, it just lit up on my oh my goodness, this solidifies everything that I was sensing. It just gave it a nod that the Holy Spirit was unable to give me that. But when Dr. Joe Dispenza said it, it just like bam. Wow, that resonated. Confirmation just resonated. Yeah. And you know, the beautiful part about Dr. Joe Dispenza. Even though he may not be a devout Christian like I am, he still speaks truth. He still has a huge element of truth. And when I when you know the truth, the truth sets you free is when you hear the truth. You’re like, yeah, I resonate with that. And you know what the beautiful part was? It was easy. It wasn’t complicated. Wasn’t this complex? Take this task and then take this pill and then come back in two weeks and do this task and train your brain every day. No, it when you listen to him, it’s like this at this is not difficult. But again, I can’t I can’t emphasize enough. We have to be at that state of willingness and to be prepared to go through the process. I call it a simple step. A hard process. Now I know personally helped people have major major life changing breakthroughs in less than an hour. Wow, every time but it’s happened. The key is I can’t emphasize enough the key is they were ready. They were 100% ready for that breakthrough. They were desperate for that breakthrough. Not everybody’s at that place. And that’s okay. Be okay, where you are just don’t stay where you are.

 

Ari: Wow, I would ask if you have any words of wisdom to share with my audience, but I think you’ve just shared a whole boatload of words of wisdom for my audience. So let me ask you this if people want to get in touch with you, what would be the best the best way for them to do that? You have an email you have a website social media.

 

Ray: I have two websites. Let me give you my coaching website is Eilat i l AP. No w.com. That’s www.Eilatnow.com. Okay. The Ministry website is where I stand as a father and I bless people as a son and a daughter and that is Father’s blessing dot info as Father’s blessing dot i n f o and if you go on there is actually a video for the son where I stand as a father and I bless him as a son. And there’s a video for a daughter, where I stand as a father and bless him as a daughter as To share the things that you may have never heard from your Father which is another big part of the healing process

 

wow okay, so it’s I left now at

 

Ray: at why not now calm I locked down calm and father’s blood His blessings God I nfo blessing single fathers right fathers with an S blessing, right dot inf O great you can also follow me on Facebook. Okay lots of really positive content on Facebook on a regular basis videos and posts and comments. So I really my heart’s desire is to be for the world what the world was not for me when I needed them. So I’m always trying to put out really high quality content thought provoking to really help people see I never want anybody be the same because they met me and I believe nobody will be the same because they met me

 

I know I won’t be the same because I mentioned this Sure.

 

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Facebook. Right Harris okay. No, papa.

 

Ray: Well, it’s in parentheses, Papa. But if you just simply put in rehearse we’ll find you’ll find me God. Right. Yeah, you could put in Papa Ray you

 

Ari: Yeah. And you to re thanks so much for sharing your story with my audience. Good luck going forward. You’re really doing some great service for the world. You’re listening to whispers in bricks and I’m your host Iris Sharma. Remember, if you feel like you’re stuck in the mud, like you’re spinning your wheels, wasting time, your career, your business your life. If you know you’re not enjoying all the success, satisfaction significance that you desire, and it’s time for you to book a call with me at www call with ari.com Check out my whispers and bricks Academy. Until next time, listen to the whispers avoid the bricks and never ever give up on your dreams. Bye for now.

 

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