It seems that Kale has taken over…

Kale juice… kale cookies… kale salad… kale t-shirts and even, yes… kale vodka.

I’ve consumed a lot of kale. I love alkalizing my body and feeding it healthy fiber and nutritious foods.

But let me be clear, eating kale does not make you spiritual. Neither does drinking green juice. Or going to yoga. Or wearing your Lululemons…

Spirituality is about two things:

Integrity + Intention

You have integrity when your intention matches your behavior.

Spirituality is a measure of how loving your intentions and actions are.

Lemme explain in this week’s Power & Purpose Coaching video.

Don’t get me wrong… I wear Lululemon shorts everyday, and 100% believe in taking total care of your body. And I love me some yoga.

But, if you want to be happy, if you want to feel connected, joyful and like your life matters… if you want to make a difference.. if you want to be seen… then we’ve got to go deeper.

Today, I’ll coach you about how. And down below, leave a comment and let me know… what’s one thing you can do today to align your intention to love (yourself and others) with your actions?


Love > Kale

Enjoy this coaching video and as always…

Get out there, take action and make it real!

Your biggest supporter,


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2 thoughts on “Love > Kale

  1. Hey Mastin, I love this so much and remember sharing your graphic about spirituality not being your green juice or your spiritual books or your malas.

    Where I struggle with my actions being in line with my intentions — and I mean really struggle — is in being a suburban mom who has 2 kids, 2 part-time jobs, a home, a yard, and a dog to take care of while my husband travels all week every week. There are more days than not when I wear my mala just to feel that tiny little connection to myself and the Divine. There are more days than not where the only meditation I can squeak in is mindfully unloading the dishwasher or plunging the toilet or cleaning up dog puke.

    This is my greatest pain and I know it is leading me to my purpose. I know that it’s not possible for me to run away to an ashram or a beach to meditate all day.

    But can you make any suggestions as to how to feel more integrity with what I believe when I can’t always act on those beliefs because of suburban mom obligations?

    Thank you.

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