Harry Turner 0:12
Welcome to this three part series you're listening to an off season is that so special, engage with myself and Felicia Miller Johnson, all Intuitive Life Coach and Webcaster. During this three week mini series, there will be real top conversation y'all that will encourage you to go with the flow, ceate your own luck, and start fresh, agape and stay LIT. Thank you for being on the show. And look, I'm stepping back. You're the host, I'm your guest.
Felicia Miller Johnson 0:46
What do they call these? They call them what kind of like a takeover kind of thing.
Harry Turner 0:51
You got, you got it. I'm not gonna wrestle with you, you go tit.
Felicia Miller Johnson 0:54
Alright, so look, everybody. So Harry, and I wanted to come together for these next three weeks to have a mini series of being able to just share enlightenment with you guys on some Friday nights. And so we were like, What are we going to talk about for the next three weeks? Because we're both like fluid kind of people literally talking about just going with the flow. And so for me, I get messages through oracle cards. And I was like, Okay, so let me just happen. And ask. And so the very first one that we got for today was talking about go with the flow. So Harry, so this is what it says about go with the flow. And I want to ask you a couple questions to see how you align with some of these things. So going with the flow, it says, stay fluid. If one way of doing things isn't working, find another way. Remain open to seeing things from different vantage points and perspectives. If plans changes or obstacle arise, chart a new course to get to the other side. You are like water, unstoppable. Keep moving, and you will get to where you want to go. Sometimes it just takes a bit of fluidity to get there. No matter how strong the current remember to go with the flow, and enjoy the ride. So what are your initial thoughts? I hear you humming over there? What are your initial thoughts already with that?
Harry Turner 2:19
Flow like water, flow like water? Synchronicity again, you know, y'all hear me say that a lot. But synchronicity begins to pick up whenever you're paying attention. Or maybe it was always there, you're just more aware that it's there all the time. In all places, you know, that all moments? You know, you just got to be aware. So, synchronicity, I had a podcast earlier today. I'm on my other podcast when Harry Met Daphne, and we were talking specifically about going with the flow. You know, we were talking about that, and how adapting like what you read adapting to changes, because right now I'm having internet issues, right. And I do anything about those internet issues. Now, I could get frustrated, but then I have to ask myself, how does that emotion help me? It doesn't, you know, and so, what would help me during this time? Well, accepting that I have little control over the internet, and doing what I can do anyway. You know, you don't have to get an A plus, we want perfection, you know, but then we have to let go of that illusion of perfection because our perfectionism is no more than this illusion that we have to change something about ourselves in order to belong. So if I let go of that, and I just shoot for that C plus, is I'm still gonna graduate with a C plus, you can fight for that A plus, I'm still gonna graduate with a C plus, I'm gonna have more fun, too. So what is the goal? What is the goal here? You know, what's the endgame? What's the value here? You know, and then being intentional about shedding away. Get, Look, adjusting. Last thing I'll say on that, all right. Because there's so much I want to say right now, there's so much I want to say right now. So Bible,
Felicia Miller Johnson 3:53
Yeah, this is what we're here for.
Harry Turner 3:55
Yes, yes. Survival of the fittest, right job, Charles Darwin. It was about those species that could adapt. Adaptation and mental health even though I'm not giving any mental health advice here. What are we doing? We're taking it once. One thing you notice among all mental health disorders, is this thing called mental rigidity. It's a trans diagnostic factor, something that can be observed across the spectrum of all mental health disorders. The most people think about the people that's most difficult to deal with. They are stuck in their ways rigid, rigid, rigid, just can't do stiff neck with it, you know, just cannot adjust cannot adapt. And so when they can adapt you normally see fits and temper tantrums and whatever else to stay within that. That little space, a little comfort zone. But the past is history, the future that mystery and today is a gift, which is why it's called the present. Being present with your gift today and what are you going to do with it? You can't operate in the same way you did in the past? Because, as Einstein said tomorrow's problems can't be solved with today's thinking, how are we evolving? What are we doing to be intentionally purposeful about evolving and growing with this new present moment and its demands? Alright.
Felicia Miller Johnson 5:10
Look at you, look at you, okay. So you already touching on all these core questions that we're gonna be talking about this talk one. So what causes you to feel attached to an outcome? Like, what causes that?
Harry Turner 5:24
Well, because the mind can't tell the difference between us where we physically are, and what we imagine, or daydream about to put simply, but where we place our awareness. You know, at the end of this, I'm going to do a meditation that's designed to prove that point. But I can't tell the difference, which is what again, synchronicity alignment, you know, you think about it, something really upsets you, some pisses you off, the more you think about that, the more pissed off you become.
Harry Turner 5:25
Cause you staying in the energy,
Harry Turner 5:56
You stay in that energy, you are all the way there before it before you know it, you're not even in the room, somebody has to tap you and wake you up. Cause you been teleported right back to that moment. So you don't have to physically move anywhere. Wherever attention goes, energy flows wherever you place your awareness that that's where you are. Which is why when people will want to move our attention somewhere else, they used to say they'll tap you and be like, Hey, let me make you aware of something. Your awareness, you know?
Felicia Miller Johnson 6:32
Well, it's something that we talk about, often as when we talk when people are at, let's say, like for athletes. And they sit down and they visualize the games, the place where they're going to be, because they are basically getting their mindset to already be there. Like this has already happened. When I remember what was it I know some years now it was like Michael Phelps, when he was doing the Olympics, and he was playing his music as you were playing your music earlier. He was just in the zone. He wasn't paying attention to this other dude that was around him. Because he was visualizing his swim his laps, what that looks like I'm already you know, been there. So it's, we do it all the time. But that's the way of doing it for your benefit versus the other way. When we're mad, we're ticked off about something. Mm hmm.
Harry Turner 7:24
I'm sorry, I didn't catch that. So when we stare at it, we're there. So when we want a thing, we see ourselves accomplishing a thing. This is the point I was making, we see ourselves accomplish that thing. We really feel it. We feel it and it feels so good. Us being that new business owner and our business flourishing and us going back to all those people that told us we wouldn't go and be nothing they weren't going to do nothing with that and go yo, yo, what is this, like, you're 19 time trying something new. We even visualize going back to all those people and being like, nah. And then driving off in our porches.
Harry Turner 7:58
Yeah, like, you know, so we feel all of that. And then when we can't have what it is that we want. A decision has to be made. When we realize that that image that we placed, that's not how it's going to happen. There's tension there. There's liminal space there because that's the moment where, you know, as I said before, we must transmute transform and transcend. It's in that moment of liminal space of that tension.
Felicia Miller Johnson 8:34
Alright, say that again for the folks that are watching,
Harry Turner 8:37
Transmute, transform and transcend?
Felicia Miller Johnson 8:43
Okay, so break those down. What's that mean? I mean, this is enlightenment, we are enlightening the people this evening. So what does that mean?
Harry Turner 8:54
Alright, to transmute is to, to basically, you're changing a chemical into another chemical right? Alchemy, using alchemy, the art of transformation, so really transmute and transform what transformation is pretty much what and what you know, but you're transcending and by transcending, you're in that moment where you choose to lean into your discomfort, and you choose to go through it. That's you beginning that process of that coal becoming a diamond. You know, Arnold again, Arnold Schwarzenegger, they asked him one time in interview, they said, how many pushups can you do? He said, I don't know. I only start counting when it starts hurting. You see, that's what the thing is, that burn that moment that you say I am so tired, I'm tired of being tired, I can't deal with this no more. I'm ready to give up clearly this ain't for me. That's that moment. That's the tension moment. That's that liminal space, because that's that's the space that you have the most doubt, because you're hurting. You can feel it. You know, do you continue having faith in yourself and believing? Because you've already made sacrifices in the first place to get to where you are now. You know, But now it's been that time, time has moved on. And now you're looking at you're looking at that bank account, you're looking at how many people actually support you how many thumbs up, you're getting and this other stuff isn't exactly, exactly. And you're like, wait a second, I'm not getting the support I thought I was gonna get I'm not where I thought I was gonna be, you know, is this right for me? It's not the amount of attention that you get, that determines whether it's right for you, it's you that determines whether it's right for you. It's what what, what you feel in your heart, the thing that push you down this path in the first place, it's not about the attention is about your mission. It doesn't matter how many people looking, because eventually your people will find you I say that even as no more than one person right now is looking at this at this show. And I'm telling you, it's no different than one or 1 million. I'm gonna bring it the same way. Because I'm not focused on the attention. I'm focused on my mission. And that come from here.
Felicia Miller Johnson 10:56
As you saw, like me when I be teaching my Aqua class, and there's this sometimes, you know, especially during the wintertime, there's one lady will just show up. And it's like, she's like, Oh, I just, you know, kind of feel bad. It's just one, I said look, as if I'm gonna teach this class is one or 20 of y'all, you're here. I'm here. So let's get it. Oh, you know, so that's the thing. It's like whoever's showing up at that moment. You know, to do the work. You know, at school, Yoda, when the student is ready, the teacher will appear. Exactly. So like, I'm for that. So with that, so what could result? If people were more flexible? Like, what could we have, if we were more flexible in our lives?
Harry Turner 11:45
You see more possibilities, you realize that it's not about what you see, you know, you made a choice to have a an experience, and it doesn't have to look like the way you think it should look like in this physical space. Because this space is always ever changing, you know, ever evolving. You know, right now with everything that's going on, I've heard of recently, because culture wars or whatever, there's an actual war, that billionaires lost like 5 billion 10 billion 20 billion overnight, and things of that nature, you see, and you can put your money in this, right, and this is, I'm a bilionaire. I'm untouchable. But then things change, unexpected things happen. And it can you shift, you can have you built your life so deeply in this physical representation of what you think, is your true experience of what you think is truly who you are, and what really represents you authentically a true affirming space. If that's the case, if you build all of that into this, and you stared at this, so long, sometimes that mind, it gets attached to these physical things and confuses its identity, we confuse us with it. And so then we become the clothes we become the cause we become the houses we become the whatever the parties we become, like, you know, we become that person that gets invited to the parties, we can meet that go to the person that knows how to connect people to other people. Like when you begin to attach yourself to these roles, you lose who you truly are in that space. Yeah. And then that's when you got to understand you gotta issue in some self-forgiveness, because sometimes we have to lose ourselves in order to find ourselves. So we got to understand what Lao Tzu said again, it's only when I let go of who I am, that I become who I might be, too many of us are still holding on to them old I am and won't let it go because we're too rigid. So cognitive flexibility. from a scientific standpoint, it allows you to adapt to change, it makes you the fittest according to Darwinism. Survival of the fittest is about what species can adapt to change.
Felicia Miller Johnson 13:42
Yeah. So thinking about that, like practically, like in business terms, just putting this way, you know, an example that comes up to me, is, you know, like Blockbuster and Netflix. So, you know, Blockbuster was the king on the Hill was doing all these different things, right. And Netflix was just this little side business, you know, they were doing the CDs in the mail. But they saw where it was going, you know, into the whole digital and changing the blockbuster didn't want to do that. They didn't want to be flexible. It was like, you know, we're good. Right where we're at and as you all know, where's blockbuster, debunked, and Netflix, probably, I probably would say it probably out of one out of three Americans probably have a subscription to Netflix, but they adapted, they got rid of the CDs, they went to digital, they're flowing now even with stuff now. They're making their own shows, controlling the production and all that but they continue to be flexible, even though they're like this big, you know, business. And it's the same thing as an individual. Like we should be flexible and be able to go with the flow of our life. But a lot of times like you said people are stuck in their FUD, which is their fears, uncertainty and doubt. I know who I am today. I know who this is I don't know, my higher self that person, so I don't want to release that. I'm gonna stay unchanged and stay comfortable here, but you got to remember we are 80% water. Our bodies are 80% water, hint, I was connect that to the whole aquamarine, which we're going to talk about that so.
Harry Turner 15:21
Okay. Yes, yes, no. Are you going wait, I don't want to hold on.
Felicia Miller Johnson 15:25
No, no, no, no, because I do I want us to get to this meditation that you're gonna draw for us to be able to help everyone out there. So then like on this heightened question is is how can we show up to meet unexpected changes? Real talk practical like how can we show up to these unexpected changes?
Harry Turner 15:41
Okay, So Real Talk practical so you tell me what's practical, I'm going to speak. Thank you, Nicole, for the for the comments, this conversation is fire with three flames. But how can we show up? Well, first acknowledging what's really there, you know, really state taking it really looking taking a hard look at and doing a radical self assessment. And understanding where our fear is, because that's the only reason why we don't want to let go of the old who I am. You know, where's our fears? And so here comes also for a lot of us, overextending ourselves. Wanting to save everybody, wanting to help everybody, not wanting to let down anybody. But when that when that moment comes, where you have to make a decision, because you may be time may have called you for to be in this space for a certain amount of time. But then, you know, it's time to let go, Hey, that's your friend, or that's your whatever, or y'all been doing it for a minute. Oh, yeah, exactly. That's that tension right there. That's when we that's when we choose to continue to hold on to that, oh, I am. Look, what's for you is for you. You don't have to fight to hold on to you. But to it, you know, and if you're going in the same direction, you don't ever lose each other. You know, and even if it even the concept of loss is illusion, because we know based off of the theory of entanglement that wants to collides, you're forever changed. Yeah, except that that person has served their role. But that's that's it. It's, it's I'm comfortable now with these people in this space. And these given me need my needs such as praise, admiration, you know, to know that I'm important cuz they call and ask me for advice and stuff like that. So how do I let them down? I mean, where do I have these needs met? Again? Well, that's it again, attention. That
Felicia Miller Johnson 17:43
when it's like being able to release people that love taking, that's my problem, like, yes, as issue for challenge for lots of people. Because it's like, you don't want to hurt people's feelings, right? But it's like releasing people in love. And just that this individual is just not really aligning where I'm at right now. And if anything, it could be, instead of you thinking selfishly, with some people, they like, oh, like, you feel like you're better than this. And all that, maybe is to be able to free up space and capacity for you to be allowing that individual to go and explore and come up and let new people come into their life versus you leaving somebody behind.
Harry Turner 18:24
Come on. So let me say this. The other is no more than a reflection of one self. So if that is if we're looking at it from that that perspective, then it's not that we are in an alignment with the other is that we are out of alignment with ourselves.
Felicia Miller Johnson 18:45
Better say I was right there with Yes. But you know, what, you know, that takes work. Right? And I know you're really doing the shadow work stuff, is that that's, that takes work. You know, there have been times if you like, yeah, you know, I won, right? Like, a lot of people don't want to do that.
Harry Turner 19:09
Again, Tupac said, this is hard to be an angel when he's surrounded by demons, you know, I mean, and I'm not calling other people demons. That's not what I'm saying at all. It's not about good or evil or anything like that. But when you have so many people out of alignment, that you're surrounding yourself around, and that you have no choice but to be around, you know, when you go and you got the messy Mayas all over the place, you know, I mean, just snips always sideways. You know, I mean, I mean, I don't know how to get the job done, but they show up and cause a ruckus at the job. You know, when you have all of these people that you bump into that are not in alignment with your energies that you have no choice but to run into. You have to recalibrate your system, but a lot of us and that's why I did a video on the getting's of life. We're so busy that we don't do that radical reassessment and realign ourselves in and issue in that self against that that self forgiveness and give ourselves new direction. But when I tell my partners much my true people, my true self Well, you know, and partners is not gender specific, by the way, but when I tell my partners, you know, I'm moving this way, even if they goin that way, there's always love because we know, at any point in time we can meet back up. And even in even if we were doing something together, it'll overlap more than likely overlap again, you know, but it theres an acceptance that there's an acceptance there, you know, and so accept that what you thought it was going to be, ain't it, nobody told you to build up an entire house on sand. You know, when you go to the beach, you build up that sandcastle. You enjoy building up that sandcastle. It sits there, you admire it, you might take a few pictures and you walk away, you're not going back the next day to admire that same sandcastle, you try to build another one. Right? And see thats the issue we get stuck staring at the same sandcastle, we forget the purpose.
Felicia Miller Johnson 20:54
But you know what they're saying that sandcastle you have the expectation that it will be gone. Because you knew the materials that you built it with, and where the environment was, like, you knew that. Versus if I build something with brick. Yeah, I expect it to be there. When I come in on concrete on a solid ground kind of thing, but that's, that's one of those things where a lot of people don't have those set expert expectations with that. And so like you said, with the sandcastle, you know, the rivers gonna come in and go and go with the flow and the tides, it may wash this away, but I got a new slate to build something new. And even better, right. Okay. So connected with all of this is the crystal talk about the Aqua Aquamarine. And so one of the things about the Aquamarine is that it is actually the birthstone for for March. So I was like, of course it is, you know, we're starting this off in March. But the key power to this crystal is peace, purification, psychic abilities, loyalty, perseverance, courage, communication, motivation, honesty, intuition, health, connection, relationships, all kinds of things love, compassion, feminine prosperity, abundance, healing and reconciliation. But the way that you could use it, if you have a crystal with Aquamarine is for healing protection, meditation, and distant healing. So how appropriate that the fact that it is connected with meditation and distant healing, because most of you guys are watching us from a distance and zoom, I wanted Harry to show us his skills. And I have us to kind of wrap up this session with a meditation so that we're doing this right here in the moment, because main times people will tell you, Oh, go meditate, do all these different things. And they you don't do it. But you're already here with us now. We're gonna have our brother here to help us to meditate and to be thinking about going with the flow. So Harry, I'm ready.
Harry Turner 22:56
Wait, hold on now before we jump inti the meditation. That big setup was like meditation will be a big thing. Look, it's just, it's a meditation. It's Yes, meditation. It's a meditation. Yeah, you're right, you're right to hype it up like that. All right.
Felicia Miller Johnson 23:12
So we need to have a conversation about imposter syndrome.
Harry Turner 23:20
Thank you for the review. Thank you for the review. I needed that I needed. Yes. What you were saying like, again, the synchronicity because I just told you to come up though, like because I come up I said, I'm free flowing. So you just come up with the topics, whatever we just, we just go with it. And you came up with this for today. And then you said aquamarine, so I said okay, let me do my research real quick. Let me let me do some recall. Remember what that's about. And it went straight to the throat chakra. So they go, they go, they go. Okay, sir. And we go, said the aquamarine. It's good to benefit the to open up the throat, the throat chakra. And so the first of the spiritual Chakra The throat chakra has much to do with our true authentic voice where faith and understanding combined. But just want to say when the throat chakra is out of harmony, we have difficulty speaking our truth or expressing ourselves feeling silenced and judged for what we say. Feel out of alignment with who we are and feel out of touch with our will to live. And when the throat chakra is in harmony, our will to live is strong and we are able to follow our dreams. We speak our truth where we say what we mean and mean what we say. We express ourselves easily, creatively and authentically. Listen to our inner voice and have a balance between silence and speech. And the affirmation for that is is I speak so to speak and receive the truth whoo, whoo. Yeah, yes, yes. Oh, this is powerful. This is powerful. Oh, I was digging so when I'm doing my research I was like mercy come on. She knew exactly the same
Felicia Miller Johnson 24:58
on this co creating at its finest I love it,
Harry Turner 25:02
Look, I put out a thing on my, my stance on toxic people, right? Well, this one is conceptualization, what toxic people is. And so, you know, I already knew what the, you know, I already knew I was gonna get when I did that, you know, because it's controversial thing, you know, and I already probably understand where people's perception is at. So it was it was weird that I was like facing that, you know, because it still don't feel good, right? It still doesn't feel good even though you know why you know that they're not seeing, you know, accurately or understanding, you know, with clarity. Yeah, it's still because of what's in our, our DNA, what's what's in our code, you know, to belong, we have a desire to belong. When you get that, you know, the assaults or whatever, you know, you that anxiety is natural to peak up. But the task of being authentic, it's not about doing it easy. Because that's, that's where we get hung up at when it begins to get hard. It's not about doing it easy, because easy. Come easy go. It's about doing it anyway. When it's easy, you do it anyway. When it's hard, you do it anyway. When it seems like Mission Impossible. You stand the hell up, you continue to walk in, and you do it anyway. Realizing that even when you stumble, you still stumble forward, realizing that there's no such thing as failure, it's only the painful side of success, there is no success without failure. Again, I just put out a post that said, you know, playing fight against the wind with it, but that's it. That's it, that's all I say. But it was just, it was just in alignment with where I was at. And when I was like meditating, and I'm like, just be at peace, Harry just acceptance like, no, Thor bring down the Thunderbolt. No, Harry. No, that's, that's that's persona that is. Self trying to, Ego trying to protect itself. said no, no, no, that's not love. And that's, that's that's the question. You know, have we made a choice out of fear or love. That's what we love doing this, in this case. And in these situations, many of us will respond much differently to many of our daily decisions. If we just ask that question, what would love do right now?
Felicia Miller Johnson 27:11
Yeah. All right. Because like you said, you got the heart, and the throat chakra for this one. So it's definitely meeting you right where you are. So for those that are joining us, go ahead and just get a comfortable position and let Harry give us this meditation to start off our weekend. Alright, well,
Harry Turner 27:32
Look, I just want to give some prefaceto this meditation, it's gonna be awkward color, because my internet is not working, I couldn't download my sounds. But I want you to understand that your mind you can go wherever attention goes, energy flows, I want you to understand that about fully participating in this meditation and just allowing yourself giving yourself permission to just be you just allow yourself to just close your eyes, give yourself permission to close your eyes, and just breathe. Food I felt good, that felt good. Just breathe, again, to stay with the breath. Slowly breathing in peace and tranquility and breathing out. appreciation and gratitude. This meditation is called 54321. Many y'all may be familiar with it. But oftentimes, I say you must experience the experience in order to experience it. You don't have to physically move anywhere. When you allow your mind to just be free. And bring your awareness to whatever location you want to bring it in even locations you may not have been to yet. When your awareness is there, wherever attention goes, energy flows, and you are there. And you can experience all of the emotions that you would experience if you were physically present in that space. As we begin this meditation, I want you to think about your favorite most relaxing place. Your favorite, most relaxing place on the entire planet. Again, you don't have to have traveled there before. It could be a beach maybe the forest maybe mountains, maybe valleys. So allow yourself to go to your favorite most relaxing place. Allow all your senses to be present in that place. With all your senses present in that place I want you to say to yourself five things that you can see this allow yourself to see five things they are your favorite, most relaxing place maybe it's waves maybe it's beautiful flowers maybe it's hard rock maybe you see people just give yourself permission to notice five things there and your favorite most relaxing place
Harry Turner 31:04
and now that you've allowed yourself to notice five things there, be present and then to yourself for things you can physically touch in that space maybe you feel sand grinding as it sits through your fingers maybe you feel the warmth of water
Harry Turner 31:48
maybe you can touch that coconut that's been cut open and filled with a wonderful pina colada
Harry Turner 32:03
whatever it is, allow yourself to just feel those four things that you can touch in your favorite most relaxing place
Harry Turner 32:23
and now give yourself permission using the senses of your ear. Allow it to span out and name three things that you can hear casting that amazing human superpower of the ability to hear sound just cast it out as far as you can and then to yourself three things that you can hear
Harry Turner 33:08
maybe hear the flowers moving maybe you hear waves crashing against boats
Harry Turner 33:22
maybe you hear vehicles racing maybe you hear children running and laughing
Harry Turner 33:37
just allow yourself to be present as you experienced those three things that you can hear and now give yourself permission using the magnificent power of smell and name two things that you can smell there and your favorite most relaxing place
Harry Turner 34:10
maybe you can smell the salt of the water
Harry Turner 34:20
maybe you can smell the flowers are not in proximity of you but a traveling via the wind from the mountain afar
Harry Turner 34:45
maybe it's your favorite perfume or cologne
Harry Turner 34:52
maybe it's not painful or whatever it is. Give yourself permission Just experience that that awesome sense of smell this experience of fully in, name two things to yourself that you can smell. And then when you're ready, take a moment. And the one thing that you can taste I'm afraid for me I can can't taste much more besides his delicious pina colada, and talking about pretty much every rep. But maybe you can taste the salt in the air. Maybe you can taste even the sand as you play in it maybe you can already taste the food being prepared for you. Whatever it is, just allow yourself to experience it fully.
Harry Turner 36:09
Know that nothing and no one can bring you peace. Watch yourself. Know that it doesn't cost a thing. But time to be present. The choice to be present. In order for you to visit this favorite most relaxing place at any moment. You can experience the experience before you experience it. Just like you were before you go on a cruise, or make trips to across cities, new experienced at your fillit fully before you arrive. Use the knowledge of senses you allow yourself to be there. And before you even there, you're filled with excitement. You have that option that ability. Be in a superpower of your mind to bring your awareness wherever you choose. At any moment hopefully you enjoy this this grounding meditation exercise call it 54321 and when you're ready, just take a deep breath and allow yourself to re enter the room oh,
Felicia Miller Johnson 37:43
thank you Harry. And the synchronicity was on fire because I swear I think we were in the same place like you would say something. And the food the water I was like Do you are you in my head right now?
Harry Turner 38:01
Felicia Miller Johnson 38:05
Harry Turner 38:07
remind myself I was doing a meditation because I you know I started to
Unknown Speaker 38:11
feel good being here.
Harry Turner 38:14
Oh, meditation. You sister. Thank you. Oh, my sessions been fine. Oh, I love it. I love it. So anything we won't tell the people because you helped me helped me. I'm still there.
Felicia Miller Johnson 38:28
Yes. Tell him. Y'all go with the flow. So thank you, Harry for this time tonight. Next Friday. So y'all will know is session two and we're going to be talking about create your own look.
Unknown Speaker 38:46
Ooh, three Jolla, the tree ah, oh, yeah. All right.
Harry Turner 38:57
Yo, stay lit my mouth.
Felicia Miller Johnson 39:00
Y'all have a great week.
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