The Jake Sasseville Show is a podcast hosted by entrepreneur and author Jake Sasseville. It has aired 144 episodes since its inception and features wide-ranging stories and conversations with individuals from fortune 500 execs, musicians, cultural thought leaders, scientists and every day people. It launched on September 14, 2014 while Jake was living in his grandmother's basement at age 28. He taped many of the first episodes from a Dunkin Donuts parking since there was no internet at home. Previously Jake was the youngest host in late night TV history on ABC in New York, and subsequently he became the co-founder and CEO of Imiloa Institute in Costa Rica.

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BTSZD: Intimacy (Into-Me-See), Psychosis, Mental Illness and the Pathway to Spiritual Breakthrough

In this powerful two-part essay (part 2 is next week), we take a deep dive into the areas of Intimacy, creative relationships, what we can learn from psychosis, the $20 billion anti-psychotic / anti-depressent / anti-ADHD industry and how mental illness could be a path onto higher spiritual awareness. 

Accused of being bi-polar for many years by many different business partners and friends and finding that spiritual acceptance and love helped diminish his particular symptoms, this is an issue close to Jake's heart. We believe it's not being brought into the light as much as it ought to be, nor is it being celebrated.

Let us know if this episode speaks to you by using the hashtag #TheJakeShow

This episode of The Jake Sasseville Show was produced and written by Jake Sasseville and Topher Keene out of Massachusettes. Associate Producer Kodi Seaton in Washington, DC. Special thanks to Anthony David Adams who's incredible work on intimacy inspires. (c) 2014 All Rights Reserved


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