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  • Writer's pictureMichelle Leduc Catlin

Trued Up with Jason Christoff


There’s a lot of talk about our rights these days.


And rightly so.


The speed with which our rights have been taken away — our right to speak our minds, to protest, to choose what goes into our bodies, to travel, to work, to access our money, to even leave our homes — was breathtaking.


Jawdropping.


Mindblowing.


Shapeshifting.


It left us winded and wondering what happened.


It was as if we were in the house with Dorothy and Toto as the tornado swirled us through the air and dropped us in a very strange and different world.


We’re definitely not in Kansas anymore.


Most of us aren’t sure exactly where we are, but we find ourselves tiptoeing around the yellow brick road, cautious about every conversation, moving forward but unsure of where this road will take us.


One thing I do know…there is no wizard at the end who will save us.


This, I believe, is our opportunity.


Our opening to shift from a society of victims manipulated through fear to one of victors with the power to take responsibility for our own lives.


And there are few people I’ve found who demonstrate or teach this better than Jason Christoff, my guest today on Trued Up.


An expert in the ubiquitous usage of mind control, Jason has testified in the Romanian Parliament and recently in the US Senate about what has been done to us these past few years.


But his main focus is not on politics or changing the system.


His focus is on controlling the one thing we can control — ourselves.


Through his articles, interviews, podcast and powerful courses, Jason turns people’s attention to what he calls the 5 pillars of emotional, intellectual, spiritual, physical and financial strength.


Building these is where we can make the biggest difference in our lives.


We can learn to see, to discern, to disseminate.


We can build resiliency against any attempts to harm us.


And just like Dorothy, we can discover that we had the power all along.


Here’s my conversation with Jason Christoff…




“The personal is universal.”


I’ve always understood that to mean that what is deeply true for one person is deeply true for many, if not all of us.


I wrote and performed a one-woman show many years ago.


It was excruciatingly personal — sometimes painful and sometimes pretty funny.


After a performance, women would come up to me and tell me that I told their story.


The details may have been different, but the core experience of life was the same.


This, I now understand, is why mind control works so well.


As much as we have unique expressions of our humanity, human beings are fundamentally the same.


Being aware of that fact, being aware of our basic needs and desires, and being aware of how the knowledge of these things is used against us, is the first step to loosening the grip of the manipulation we’re continuously subjected to.


This is my first takeaway from my fascinating conversation with Jason Christoff.


Just knowing where and how we’re being sabotaged shines a light on dark forces — even our own.


Just knowing that we have a subconscious need to fit in with the herd is enough to alter our behaviour. 


To align with what matters to us, rather than what matters to the mob, to the governments or to social engineers.


My second major takeaway, which I’m exploring more deeply in Jason’s coaching course, is the possibility and potential of being an adult in every area of life.


It may sound obvious, but we can all identify places where we’re being childish.


(Hint: Anywhere we don’t want to take full responsibility.)


I see it myself when it comes to business.


“I’m an artist! I don’t want to deal with a plan or finances — I want to create!”


There’s a lot of opportunity to grown up there.


The third major takeaway (because there are dozens of minor ones) is that we can begin to transform the world by transforming ourselves.


Ensuring we are living healthy lives with clear heads is a great start to seeing what is happening in our world.


And as we know, recognizing a problem is the first step to resolving it.


Jason has inspired me to keep raising the bar on my own health and habits.


One simple thing I’m doing is supporting smaller businesses making healthy personal care and other everyday items.


As Jason said, we can’t live our best lives when we’re using our mouths as trash compactors or bathing in a toxic soup of big name household products.


As I wrap up the final show of season 1, I’m asking you to make the switch with me.


Make your health and the health of your family your #1 priority.


And, help keep TruedUp online.


When you participate in The Switchaway Initiative, this show gains financial support and the producers of toxic products lose it.


It’s a win win. 


You can even make money by participating as part of the TruedUp team.


Just fill out the contact form HERE and we'll contact you with details.


In the meantime, I'm continuing my Christoff Coaching certification, so that I can raise my own bar AND so that I can offer support to others.


Thank you for allowing me and my guests to contribute something to your life.


Thank you for being the change.


In the words of another coach from my favourite early 2000s show, Friday Night Lights


“Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose.”


Stay tuned for season 2. 


Be true to yourself. 


And remember that we are the ones we’ve been waiting for.


🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏


P.s. You can also listen on your favourite podcast platform or join Freedom Network for early access to the whole season.


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Thank you for your partnership in outing the truth and being the change. 🙏

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Angieisfree245
21 hours ago

The evil on display during COVID was definitely mind blowing.

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Robert Pariseau (AllRequired)
Robert Pariseau (AllRequired)
Apr 18

Now I have my fight, which might not be the same as yours.

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info
Apr 17

Jason is a good example of the Phoenix rising out of the ashes. Another excellent presentation. You are aging well ... like a fine wine. Keep up the great work!

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Angieisfree245
21 hours ago
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Your work is inspiring. You have soared like an eagle.

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Robert Pariseau (AllRequired)
Robert Pariseau (AllRequired)
Apr 17

I can sum it up best as "X is not our responsibility. Y is."

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Michelle Leduc Catlin
Michelle Leduc Catlin
Apr 17
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Clever.

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alancatlin
alancatlin
Apr 17

Great interview!

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Michelle Leduc Catlin
Michelle Leduc Catlin
Apr 17
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You might be slightly biased, but I appreciate it nonetheless. ; ) 🙏💙

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