Schwarzhoff

Schwarzhoff

For the last 20 years, Dan Schwarzhoff has helped others overcome their problems with emotions, addictions, obsessive behaviors, and relationships through conscious intuition. In each episode of his podcast, he explains the dynamics behind the issues, and along with his son Dan Jr., discusses how they relate to today’s society, culture and politics. This podcast is for anyone who senses there must be more to human existence than just endless, self-centered egoism and would like to share in the discovery of truth from within.... Show More
August 4, 2019 31 min
The most important people in your life are your parents. Your relationship with mom and dad has unexpected consequences. Whether they are dead or alive, if you see them daily or hardly at all, if you’re close or estranged, you can overcome any bad habit, vice or fixation with substances with this one approach to dealing with them. Before you call mom tonight, listen to this. Powerful. Dan and Dan Jr. talk about the Fifth Commandment, luck, Santería, and what happens after you die.
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