EP #37 Jordan Bach

Gay Spirituality

 
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Episode #37

In Episode #37 on The Jen Mavros Show, we are joined by an advocate of Love, a man who has been recognized as one of the most influential teachers on the contemporary spiritual scene, the amazing Jordan Bach.

Together, we discuss what he calls, 'Gay Spirituality'.

"LGBTQ people, however you want to identify on the wide spectrum of sex, gender and sexual orientation...

We play an integral role in the evolution of consciousness on this planet. We tend to come in, incarnate, as teachers to our family, our friends, our communities, it's part of the job our soul's signed up for. To wriggle ourselves out of outmoded, socially constructed sex and gender identities that really no longer serve our species and our world.

I believe, in my heart of hearts, that being gay is a gift from God. Why? Because we were sent here to expand humanities vision of what Love really is." -Jordan Bach

The Advocate Magazine ranked Jordan as one of the “40 Most Accomplished Leaders Under 40,” calling him “one of the few you should listen to among our modern-day cacophony of voices.”

Jordan cohosted the television series Secret Guide to Fabulous (produced by Kelly Ripa) on which he served as a life coach and relationship expert.

Jordan has been openly gay since the age of twelve, and through his through his popular YouTube videos, he brings hope and healing to people around the world. One of his main principles is self-acceptance. He says: “When you bring forward who you really are, you begin to heal your life.”

An enlivening conversation, you won't want to miss!

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About Jordan

Jordan Bach is a life coach, motivational speaker, blogger, and certified yoga & meditation teacher. He has been recognized as one of the most influential teachers on the contemporary spiritual scene. His down-to-earth messages reach a whole new generation of people seeking wisdom and inner peace.

The Advocate Magazine ranked Jordan as one of the “40 Most Accomplished Leaders Under 40,” calling him “one of the few you should listen to among our modern-day cacophony of voices.”

Jordan cohosted the television series Secret Guide to Fabulous (produced by Kelly Ripa) on which he served as a life coach and relationship expert.

Jordan has been openly gay since the age of twelve, and through his through his popular YouTube videos, he brings hope and healing to people around the world. One of his main principles is self-acceptance. He says: “When you bring forward who you really are, you begin to heal your life.”

Jordan is a GLAAD Media Partner, consults with major corporations on LGBTQ+ brand initiatives, and served as Co-Chair for the Brooklyn Community Pride Center’s 2017 Leadership Awards, raising over $100,000 for at-risk LGBTQ+ people.

Visit Jordan online: www.thebachbook.com