This week my friend Luke and I discuss the topic of worship. What is it, how do we live it out, and where do music and worship collide? I hope you enjoy this interview/conversation as much as we enjoyed having it!
In this episode of The Public Circle Podcast, I return to the original format with a conversation with Salt Spring Island folk singer Luke Wallace.As it turns out, Luke had many more questions for me than I had for him. He is a fantastic interviewer!Over the past few years, I have come to know Luke as a powerful advocate for social justice and environmental issues and it has long been a goal of mine to get him on the podcast.For the past decade he has been making incredible music and touring the province hosting fundraising concerts for issues he is passionate about: Trans Mountain Pipeline, Lelu Island and Site C Dam. In this conversation, we discuss approaching life and our work with honesty and authenticity. We cover the disconnection between people and the land and our approach to governance at the community, provincial and federal levels. Luke is a powerful advocate for Indigenous rights and we have an extended discussion about the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act. I highlight how the legislation will set British Columbia on a new path, create more certainty in governance and on the landscape by requiring relationships with Indigenous people to begin at the start not after the decision has been made. Our conversation morphs into a discussion about energy policy and the challenges with BC Hydro's policy direction. Needless to say, this is an expansive exchange that covers a lot of ground including future elections and political philosophy. It is highly likely that Luke and I will return with another episode together. Until then, I encourage you to check out Luke's website at http://lukewallacemusic.com/ and check him out on Instagram. In Spring 2020 he has a new album dropping and I truly hope you will help lift him up by supporting his music. You can read my blog at https://adamolsenmla.ca/, check out my Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram accounts. Email me at Adam.Olsen.MLA@leg.bc.ca or call my office at 250-655-5600.
We explore the potential in expanding your capabilities to listen. Mostly through tuning into your body’s senses in order to prevent disease and heal dysfunction. And hearing someone to understand them, not just respond to them. All in order to enrich your experience of, and capability in, loving.Luke Wallace is an Osteopathic Doctor with an enlightened approach.
Recharge Your Health & Purpose: Practical Intuitive Healing with Luke Wallace
In this episode of Inspired Evolution, we welcome the exceptional Luke Wallace. Luke comes in many forms an athlete, a health practitioner, and a son. Luke is in tune with his gifts and ability to feel and see what is truly happening to someone on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level. Luke weaves together practical and intuitive healing modalities. He employs the arts of Osteopathy and Kinesiology to help people feel better and live better. His unique skills have been shaped from working both as a carer and practitioner. As well as trying to understand his own intuition and empathic skills. Through this journey, Luke has formed his own healing modality.His intention is to help as many people as a possible with their health because inherently it is something within our control and something that he's lost too many friends and family to; by them giving away their health. His message permeating through all that Luke shares is that there is an inherent healing ability within our own body. Therefore learning what things affect your body positively and negatively will dramatically improve your quality of life and empower you toward a healthy fulfilling life.This conversation is about Health and Purpose is extremely valuable it shows you the importance of health and the inherent wisdom latent within one's self to heal. Luke’s story is one that reflects that everyone has deep innate wisdom expressing through their being at all times indicative of their health. In this conversation, we discuss Luke Wallace’s habits, hacks, philosophies, and tools that have formed the threads of his success, happiness, health, and wealth. This is a story about getting totally conscious about your relationship with yourself through your innate health and wisdom. All this so that you can go out there and embrace life and allow life to embrace you – the amazing be-ing you really are! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/inspiredevolution. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
WYOPO 002: Luke Wallace – Model, Osteopath and founder of The Men’s Collective
Win Your Own Olympics with Sean Wroe
On the second episode of WYOPO, it took me three times to record my next guest. He goes by the name of Luke Wallace. Luke Wallace is a close friend of mine; a renowned model, an athlete, a health practitioner, a son, and a man who managed to see the light despite the darkness he has experienced. Luke is in tune with his gifts and ability to feel and see what is truly happening to someone on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level at any one time. In this 40-minute podcast, you will be taken on a rollercoaster ride of emotion, as we talk about love, death and being a man. A truly inspiring story that starts with silly teenage anecdotes and ends with the most meaningful of realisations. In this podcast episode with Luke Wallace, you will learn: The most basic, but sometimes overlooked thing Luke is grateful for (4:40). How a simple joke turned into a great friendship (5:17). His recommended reads on a wide variety of topics (6:14). How he got into modelling at the age of 15 (7:08). Travelling the world through modelling, his life as a model, and the fickle but cruel world of modelling (8:19). How the fashion industry has changed due to social media and his commentary on how this affects a model’s livelihood (12:30). An incident that left him injured and how it completely turned his life around (10:35). How he ended up in Germany, practising his profession, and finding himself in a situation that led to an epiphany of sorts (15:45). Learning about a fatal disease and how it affects other aspects of life, and appreciating the importance of staying healthy (19:07). Witnessing a person go through brain cancer, making him appreciate feeling loved and serving others (20:00). Finding out that his mum is diagnosed with the same brain cancer, caring for her and keeping close with family (22:36). The meaning of death in the eyes of someone who saw two people close to them, pass away from brain cancer (25:20). A message he would’ve wanted to tell his mother (24:30). Things that presently keep him busy, practising Kinesiology; and integrating how emotions affect the physical body (26:20), and his health philosophies (28:32). Starting The Men’s Collective, and providing a space for young men to share and talk honestly (30:02). The meaning of being a man and what masculinity is (32:00). How he defines Winning His Own Personal Olympics (34:46). Luke Wallace also accounts stories, some entertaining, some life changing The half-faced elephant man incident (10:35). An exclusive scoop on how Luke Wallace rejected big-name models (13:30). Explaining his routine during his employment caring for an elderly gentleman suffering from brain cancer (18:11). An accident at a music festival involving a broken collar bone, pillows and a bicycle (21:47). Coming back home to Australia, settling in Perth and falling in love (22:04). Communicating with his mother’s spirit through a sensory session with his brother-in-law (27:02). FOLLOW LUKE WALLACE Facebook: Luke Wallace Facebook: The Men’s Collective Website: The Men’s Collective For references mentioned by Luke in this podcast, you may check the following links: Disclosure: Clicking these images are affiliate links. If you purchase a service through one of these links I may earn a small commission and this is at no extra cost to you. Did you enjoy the podcast? Did you find Luke Wallace to have lived an interesting life? Has Luke inspired you set out on something that you would like to achieve and become great at? “Create a life that supports utilising your gifts in service of other people.” – Luke WallaceClick To Tweet Music by Jenna Kyle out of Brooklyn, NY. www.soundcloud.com/jennakyle Comment below if you have a question about any of today’s content or if there are any topics that you want me to cover. Use the social media buttons to like and share if you got value and feel anyone you’re connected to would get value too. “I am an inspiring, visionary, expert, entrepreneur and performer, influencing and helping others in the world to live passionate, engaging, positive-minded lives and getting everyone to “Win Their Own Personal Olympics.”” Sean Wroe’s Blog Skype: Sean.Wroe Email: email@example.com Periscope: Sean Wroe on Periscope Social BookmarkingThe post WYOPO 002: Luke Wallace – Model, Osteopath and founder of The Men’s Collective appeared first on Sean Wroe - Olympian now Finance Broker.