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Interviews with Conscious Nomads

These video interviews are of people living very successful location-free lifestyles of various flavors. Most people will never attain a level of success with affiliate marketing or the like to support location free living like many sites would have you believe. However, there are a LOT of ways to craft a location free lifestyle, as is proven by the many paths represented here.

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jester.tnConsciousNomads.com interviews Jester about the worldwide Feather Tribe, following your excitement as a way of life, Bashar, Law of Attraction, the location independent lifestyle, and much more.


Jester: Hi, my name’s Jester. Though my real name’s Justin, not many people actually know that. But Jester’s a chosen name that I was given by my friends back in high school. And what is it that I do? Well I do a lot of things but I suppose that the real question is how do I do it. And whatever I do, I do with passion which might change from moment to moment, season to season, location to location. Right now what I’m doing is developing a tribe, developing a brand, developing jewelry, feather jewelry made out of all different materials. And kind of giving, breathing life into that idea that was kind of inspired six months ago actually. So yeah that’s my main point of focus at the moment.

Bram So you’ve only been doing that for about six months?

Jester: Uh-huh.

Bram I know you started here and then you left for a while, and went to a couple of other places. You’re bringing it with you? You’re spreading the message in that way?

Jester: Yeah it’s great! It’s nice and affordable. And I went to England for the last four months and did the summer festival season there. So it was great. I work for an amazing company called Fairy Love and who’ve been a massive inspiration in my life because they embody all these amazing things that I hold true like so much joy, so much love, so much freedom of expression. So when I go and play with them, work with them, be with them, it matches everything that I want to do. And so yeah they had a vehicle of having a festival stall at lots of different festivals over three, for a four-month period. And I kind of jumped aboard with them and they were gracious enough to let me put my feathers on the stall and kind of express that as well. So I’m really grateful for that.

Bram Good deal. Tell us a little bit about what the flow of your travels have been like over the last several months to several years.

gypsy-vidtnWe caught up with Gypsy at her nicely appointed place just outside of Ubud, Bali. She talked with us about how important travel and location independence are to her; her travels to Central America, Europe and Southeast Asia, how Burning Man festival changed her life, her dance and yoga practice and instruction both in private lessons and at the Yoga Barn in Ubud, why smiling and fearlessness are essential, and a whole lot more. 

Gypsy: My name is Gypsy, and that name alone is a nomadic name. It was not the name that I was born with but I have been using it as my nickname for more than half my life. So about the time I turned eighteen, I was performing, I was dancing, I was always very colorful and enjoying being a free spirit and connecting with community. The name Gypsy was inspiration for me because it allowed me to step into that energy and it’s kind of taken now me to all these places in my life where I have been quite a bit of a Gypsy in a positive way, associating that with that I love to travel. I don’t really stay in one place too long. And as soon as I feel that stagnation of comfort zone or I’ve learned a certain place or certain language because I’ve lived in Central America, I’ve lived in Europe for many years. And now I’m living here in Southeast Asia. And so I really enjoy traveling and I think my name kind of took me into that realm even more so. What I do besides dancing and performing is all things that are associated with the body being a vehicle for expression, whether it’s performing, whether it is praying. I teach yoga. I teach Pilates. I teach dance. I teach meditation. I learn those things as well and kind of continue to expand and grow and take myself to the place where I’m being moved. And in that movement with spirit that is consciousness, a breath of life that helps me to feel free and that connection to the universal freedom that we all share and that we all desire I think innately as human beings. 


Bram: So how long have you been in Southeast Asia? What has the flow of your travel been like over the last several years?

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tyr-tnWe interview Tyr Throne on his world travels, his healing modality Somalogy, his experiences as a ballet dancer, living and working in Bali, and much more.

We apologize for the audio quality in places in this otherwise excellent video. The insects must have been having a festival that afternoon and it sounded like loud whistles being blown throughout the interview. We did our best to ameliorate this sound and as a result there are some issues that are less than ideal. Thanks for understanding.

Tyr: Hello my name is Tyr Throne and I’m the founder of Somalogy. And for many years I felt like a conscious nomad. I almost died. If you’re ever flying and like a week after flying, you feel a weird pain in your leg or have trouble breathing, please go to the hospital. I had like blood clots and I was trying to meditate it away, and luckily my assistant in Germany is a medical doctor and she said, “Go to the hospital now.” When I was recovering, I realized I just didn’t need to live in New York anymore. I mean New York is a really great place and it’s kind of like the joke of you can make it there, you can make it anywhere. It’s kind of like squeezes you and forms you like a diamond. But then I just realized I really wanted to travel and teach, and so I’ve been teaching the Somalogy work which is very good for back and neck problems and posture and more flexibility in many places, North Carolina, South Carolina, Hawaii, Germany, Italy, Thailand.

And now I’m kind of based in Bali and then traveling around and teaching. It’s just really, really wonderful. One of my favorite quotes and kind of my motto is live light, travel light, spread the light and be the light by Yogi Bhajan.

tom-tn-300We interview Tom Desiderio about his time in Bali, his emerging art, and what motivates him to stay on the edge of life's experiences.

shamir-tnShamir: Hello everybody. My name is Shamir. I am Indian, or, my parents are Indian. They went for history of leaving the country of their ancestors. I was born in Singapore and raised in Austria. So kind of my family background has been nomadic to some extent already. I was raised in Austria. Enjoyed a beautiful time there. At some point when I was 18, I felt like the calling to leave Austria and travel the world. But at that time it didn’t happen at all. I had family ties and other ties pulling me back and had to release certain structures within myself, certain karmic structures, ancestral structures, that’s what it feels to me. And then at some I felt pretty settled in Austria. And felt wow I’m going to live my next 20, 30 years, live my life there. But then suddenly I traveled on a holiday to Bali. And Bali just grabbed me and it didn’t let me go for a while. It invited me actually and I came here, left everything in Austria because I felt very much at home here and felt that what I offering to the world will be very well-received here and that’s how it turned out. So I’m here now and sharing my offerings, my service, and my gifts supporting people in their healing journeys. So what else I had to do in Austria was to study some of these healing modalities. I studied physiotherapy. After that I studied different physical energetic healing modalities. There comes a time where I actually wanted to leave Austria. A holistic approach to life became my goal, my dedication. And since then I’ve been researching on that, evolving, experimenting, being challenged. Life has been unfolding in a lot of difficult situations as well, a lot of beautiful situations and right now I feel very blessed to feel aligned with my inner truth, my inner wisdom and really align with what I’m here to share with the world with my offerings. I’m very grateful for that. 


Bram: And how long ago was it when you first came to Bali?

A New Territory Is Emerging...

It extends beyond the borders of all nation-states, far beyond the historical boundaries previously drawn and protected.

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The edges of this new territory are expanding exponentially in all directions, both within and without.

It is a virtual territory formed and inhabited by conscious individuals who are becoming location independent and free from the limitations of place... and we have labeled it the Conscious Nomads Matrix.

The Conscious Nomads Matrix is the all-encompassing unified energetic field created by all of us who are consciously connecting, creating, collaborating, sharing, loving, and envisioning a new way of being, while traveling the world or otherwise living from a location independent awareness.

 

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