The book Mind Power by John Kehoe is one of those books you often hear about and, through assumptions, decide where it falls in the general scheme of things. If you are open to the assumed thoughts, you may make a plan to read it. If not, you chalk it up as a random self-help book and move on.
A lesson that life has taught me is that we manifest our thought. And there is a field of quotes from a diverse collection of people that, in essence, confirm that “whatever you think you are, you are.” This is also one of the thoughts at the heart of American filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan’s film Split, the second in a trilogy that includes Unbreakable and Glass. Without spoiling it, Split explores what can happen when a person with split personalities believes that they can alter their physiology.
About 10 years ago, I made the shift to reading digital books and bought myself an Amazon Kindle – I have since shifted back to primarily reading physical books, but that’s a story for another day. One of the advantages of reading digital books, I found, was a greater willingness to trying books out, especially at a time when Amazon sold most books for no more than $9.99. Even with the South African Rand, I was more inclined to purchasing and reading books that I was mildly interested in.
John Kehoe ‘s Quantum Warrior
One such book was John Kehoe’s Quantum Warrior. It came at the perfect time in my life, when I was not only open to but needed, the philosophies, thoughts, and concepts shared in the book. I have subsequently read it about four times as well as listening to a podcast that John Kehoe recorded sharing the basic concepts from the book. It helped me make sense of things going on in my life at the time but, more importantly, gave me some tools to tackle whatever else came up.
I then also read Mind Power which wasn’t as profound for me but gave the foundation to the thinking in Quantum Warrior. Essentially, I read them in the wrong order.
John Kehoe has been travelling the world, teaching Mind Power and he had Johannesburg as the last ever public seminar that he was going to participate in. This was in November 2018. When the opportunity to interview him arose, I jumped at it and, below, is the recording of the interview I did with him on my show Life With Kojo Baffoe, on Kaya FM.
I also was fortunate to attend the two-day Mind Power seminar, which he hosted with Robin Banks. It was life-changing but, more importantly, was more a three-month programme than two days of ‘inspirational talks’. There are tools I gained that I use every day.