In this episode I interview Tim McGinnis, otherwise known as “Dr. Fun.”

Tim and I discuss:

      • his experiences as an evangelical Christian before he learned about Abe
      • how Tim discovered Abraham through a library audio book
      • how “Dr. Fun” came to be
      • how songs and melodies started coming to Tim based on nuggets of Abraham Hick’s foundational truths
      • his lip syncs of Esther and Abraham
      • how his songs are designed to be resources for deliberate creators
      • how he was an English teacher who quit his job and chose to become homeless for four years because he knew he had something deep within him that he wanted to create
      • how he published his book while homeless and living in a park
      • how drastically changing his lifestyle helped Tim stay integrated with his real purpose and creativity
      • the digital nomad trend that is happening today
      • how his painful tooth led him to the perfect resolution and timing as things lined up magically
      • so much more

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Creating From the Inside Out: Practicing the Teachings of Abraham Hicks Podcast - Ep. 012