Born in Toronto, Canada, Jeff Brown did all the things he was supposed to do to become successful in the eyes of the world. He was on the Deanâ€™s Honor List as an undergraduate. He won the Law and Medicine prize in law school. He apprenticed with top criminal lawyer Eddie Greenspan. It had been Brownâ€™s lifelong dream to practice criminal law and search for the truth in the courtroom. But then, on the verge of opening a law practice, he heard a little voice inside telling him to stop, just stop.
In our recent podcast interview with Jeff Brown, author of Soulshaping, he explains what ultimately motivated him to leave his successful career in law to pursue his â€śinnate image.â€ť Offering guidance to anyone who is compelled to do the same, Jeff also explains concepts like “The Healthy Masculine” and “The Divine Feminine,” and shares inspirational stories of his work with the Open Heart Gang.
Intrigued? Tune in to Jeff Brown’s interview below and be sure to share it with others who may be searching for their soulâ€™s purpose.
Did you enjoy the interview? Head over to the Soulshaping forums to chat with Jeff Brown.
BONUS: 3 things Jeff Brown would like readers to take away from Soulshaping:
“That they do not have to hide their light under a bushel of shame; that each of them has a profound reason for being here in this lifetime, and that they can both excavate and actualize it, whatever stands in their way.”