Who is Mr2020?

Who is Mr 2020?

I ¬†had a “near death experience¬†when I was 23 years old. A newly married prison guard with only a few short months on the job, taken hostage in one of the worst prison riots in United States history. That began deepened my journey into exploring what was truly possible for us as human beings. I had a gift, a first hand glimpse into what happens when we die, and come back. I was given the opportunity to live once again, and I vowed to make my life, one that mattered. A life that was worth living.

When I was 40 years old I once again took some time to really explore what my life was about, and what I wanted my life to be about. Some people would call this a mid life crises. Native Americans tended to call this a time of seeking clarity and vision. Vision Questing. I had taken Vision Quests before – guided by a mentor I trusted – and I had been exploring and teaching what most people call personal development for over 15 years – but this time it was different.

I wanted to take my life to the next level, and to help even more people have a life worth living. A life where we don’t settle for what is probable, but a life where we really discover what is truly possible for each and every one of us.

“We notice that when you Focus daily, on a Vision that is bigger than you, that life becomes so much more of an Adventure of A Lifetime. That is why I changed my name to Mr Twenty Twenty – the number people know as perfect vision.

I sincerely hope you glean from our websites and stories tools that you can use to fully experience The Adventure of A Lifetime. To have a life that is more than satisfactory, to fully live each and every day up to your true potential and promise.

Mr Twenty Twenty
2020@exhostage.com

2 comments

  1. Hello,
    My name is Elizabeth and I was sent to you by Dan Johnson of Virginia Beach, Va. I was sent to Dan by a friend of mine who does raiki on me. I have just recently come in to my spirit and I am in a stadge of free will and soaking up as much learning as possiable. Your name was brought up by Dan because I was asking him if he had any new ways of medatitaing. I just do not have a great feeling when I try to do the triditional way(eastern). Then he brought up native american indian. That got my attition due to one of my spirit guides is a native american princess and my famly members are geneticly related. I have been trying to learn more about there spirit but have not found the right information that could help. Book stores are not carring alot on that topic and the internet is way to overwelming. I am an old soul and im here to help the world. That is very clear to me. I would love to be able to talk with you and see what you think. Communication is a strong ability of mine as well as yours so I feel there is something you may be able to teach me. Like spelling… Ha..ha. There was no spell check! Im not a great speller. Please feel free to contact me

    Thank you for taking the time to read this letter.

    Elizabeth Hollis

    1. Sweet,

      Nice to meet you.

      In the old days, we met people, we mentored with them.We caught their essence, and they taught us something special. There was an honoring of “the stuff”, but more importantly, there was a true honorong of the essence of “the two people”.

      Thank you for connecting, with me.

      The closest I get to meditation, is a particular way of being.

      It’s hinted at here: http://www.wayofthescout.com

      It has nothing to do with “the skills” on that site, it has to do with a particular, much more alive way and aware way of noticing how connected / at one we are. A way that changes everything, and makes “real meditation” a non stop event.

      Normal meditation to me seems to be “a break” at worst, and a “sticking point” at best.

      What I teach and do in all that I do in a live training, is an adventure in noticing and accepting the invitations all around us, to be “at one” while alive.

      I hope that makes some sense, writing about this is odd at best.

      Note: I am considering doing Free Flow weekends, where people come here, and for about $300 we explore 2 days together in a small group. Would you let me know how that shows up for you, when I mention it. All thoughts and noticings are welcomed.

      Thank you,

      Hugs to you and Dan,

      20/20

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