MOKSHA is a platform to help you step into your highest potential. 
Its mission is to support you on your quest to live a life beyond fear, disempowerment, and delusion. 

my story



Living below my potential made me sick. 

 I was playing it safe, avoiding conflict, people pleasing, and suppressing my emotions. I had always felt a flame inside of me waiting to be ignited, but I couldn’t figure out why I was operating so far below my potential.


My personal development journey began with a four year battle with unexplainable chronic fatigue, brain fog, and other symptoms doctors couldn’t explain. I was ridiculed by doctors and mostly ignored by family and friends who repeatedly stated “it was in my head.”

It was clear that I had to find my own answers or live a life of mediocrity and dis-ease. 

This drove me to explore everything from biohacking, mindfulness, emotional release techniques, mens work,  mind training exercises, energy healing, ecstatic dance, and much much more. 


It became clear that we live in a society that is heavily invested in us remaining trapped in our lower selves governed by fear, anger, and other forms of low consciousness. That societal conditioning, emotional trauma, limiting beliefs, and subconscious blockages prevent us from building the powerful lives we wanted. 

 I discovered (and continue discovering) there are various facets to healing and that a combination of potent modalities were necessary at each stage, but my toolbox had to continuously evolve. The problem I found with most paradigms is that they usually focus on one aspect of self-actualization, but rarely address everything necessary to lead a meaningful, happy life. Additionally, they will rarely acknowledge these limitations, so you end up stuck with an incomplete solution.


It's not our fault for where we ended up, but where we go is our hands. I hope I can support you in your journey.  

my story



is a rebellion against the tragedy of unused human potential. 

 It is a rejection and transcendence of all things that keep us trapped in a disempowered, contracted state of mind.


is the the realization of our full potential and embracing of our higher purpose. 

Is an approach to personal growth that meets you where you are and evolves as you do.

In my own journey, I found most personal growth and spiritual modalities want to keep you trapped in their ideologies (consciously or subconsciously). 

Through courses, videos, technology, and more, MOKSHA shares cutting edge, yet accessible personal development practices and in a no nonsense way with an emphasis on application. 

True personal growth isn’t always a walk in the park. I will tell you how it is, challenge your assumptions, and maybe even make you uncomfortable. It’s because I genuinely care about your growth. Believe, it’s not fun for me either. 

Spiritual ego is the enemy of true growth and I do my best to avoid it. You will not find feel good idealistic spirituality that markets you a lifestyle instead of the powerful work you need to do move beyond your limits on MOKSHA. 

MOKSHA embraces the full spectrum of our emotional realities, so I will share both the good and the bad of practices. I touch on the shadows, lowest lows, and  the darker aspects of personal growth with the aim of making you feel supported and not getting caught of guard, something I wish I had for myself. 


It is my aim to the evolution of our collective consciousness. May we all expand into the highest expressions of ourselves. 


My Biases: 

 I appreciate complexity and nuance 

My approach skews cis-gender heterosexual male 

I’m suspect of mysticism unless you’ve achieved a reasonably high level of consciousness. These modalities can be distractions for many people. 

I favor techniques and knowledge that produced profound shifts in me 

I’ve had limited exposure to psychedelics and feel most people use them unconsciously. 

I’m hyperaware of how emotions and spiritual practices affect you physically, so I tend to emphasize this a lot. 

I respect and honor all traditions (for real), but I generally don’t leverage Judeo-Christian approaches in my work