Ray Kamille is one of the coolest guys youâ€™ll ever know, and will probably cringe if he ever reads this. Â You can read what he wrote for this page down below…
Until then, I’ll say a few words about him. Â His work throughout the years in awareness and transformation workshops led him to become one of the most amazing and sought after people in his field.
At just 25 years old he was guiding large groups in waves of personal transformation and awareness-shifting movements. Around the same time he is also an incredibly talented technologist, a computer programer, internet expert, as well as built one of Apples largest data centers. Not only is he magic at what he does, he is what you might call “Pure Genius.”
Throughout the last 10 years of his life, he encountered a series of ailments and spouts of bad fortune, where many aspects of his life fell away, and he was left confused and depressed. He felt completely alone, except for Picus his dog, and hardly left his bed for almost 3 years.
In the past year alone, through a “sheer random happenstance” (but not really), a spark of life awakened in Ray, and his inspiration returned. Upon meeting Jordan, they both found that they were opposites of each other in almost every way.
In aspects of life where Jordan excelled, Ray could learn a thing or two. And in ways that Jordan didn’t even believe possible, Ray could guide and mentor him to be wise and full of awareness.
Through the inspiration they found in each other, they decided to try creating something that nobody has seen before.
Panic to Freedom came together from this core inspiration, to make something powerful and transforming that can reach the world with a message and inspiration of peace, compassion and transformation.
We are working hard to make Panic to Freedom everything that it can be, and more!
In his own words…
This page is supposed to be where I talk about how special I am, and list all of my achievements and accomplishmentsâ€¦
I am special, in that I am me. Just as you are special because you are you.
What I’ve done does not make me special, just like it doesn’t make you special. Who I am does. Who you are does.
I don’t have a high school diploma, I don’t have a college degree… In fact the only college course I have officially taken was a guitar class, and I dropped out after the second day.
I call myself an Engineer from time to time, mostly because I worked along side some exceptionally talented ones and even led them in some exceptionally large projects.
I don’t have any sort of diploma that says so… I do have a lot of experience doing it.
In fact, my only qualification on paper is this fortune cookie I once got.
I’ve spent most of my life seeking truth and explanation in one form or another. Ive often thought I found an answer, or a clue to what in the world is going on…
Invariably what I found lead me down a rabbit whole of twisted tunnels and mazes, each ultimately leading to the same and seemingly unexpected end.
Ive been poor, rich, wealthy, desolate, joyful, angry, loved, hated, forgiving, forgiven, vengeful, lonely, connected, hopeful, fearful, hopeless, present, absent, fat, thin, delighted, disappointed, righteous, corrupt, vulnerable, courageous… And everything else in between.
Amongst it all there is one thing in common. One truth over and over again. I am the observer of it all.
In my short time here I have done, taught, and continue to do everything, from chemistry to winemaking, electricity to artistry, optical network design to internet marketing, corporate to hippy, dirt poor to filthy rich, conservative to liberal, optimist to curmudgeon, depressed to elated, psychology to personal transformation, ego to the spirit.
I’ve done it all with an intense curiosity of why…
Why does it all work the way it does. Why are there limits, why all the rules.
Some of my most (in)famous sayings, some are original, some my rendition of someone else’s words, and some others words who said it better than I ever could.
Less words, more meaning.
Do what you love, love what you do.
Do what you want, as much as you do, what you don’t want.
Too much yin, add more yang.
Too much yang, add more yin.
If it doesn’t feel, your not really doing it.
I hope your day suits you.
The answer to your question, yes and no.
Why do you ask?
The magic is in the question?
When I say x, what I mean is xxx
The Power Language – when what you say, mean, and do all match.
After you lie to yourself, everything else you say or do is in defense of the lie. The truth shall set you free.
Everyone already has what they want. They might not like it, but it serves their purpose, or they wouldn’t have it.
To make something new, requires the addition of something different.
It’s not a cup, it’s a river.
One + one = 2*(infinite potential)
Dance with the devil… What you resist persists
Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me, fool me three times, shame on the both of us.
A question is not a question unless it leads to another question.
Magic – when something never even thought possible, or even thought of at all, becomes real.
A lie – when what you say, what you do, and what you mean don’t match.Â
Half a lie – a lie without the balls to be what it really is.
Half a truth – a lie dressed up fancy
The Truth – known by default – obvious – self apparent – the result of something, anything, matching… what is meant, what is said, what is perceived, and what is, all match.
Love what you do, do what you love.
Say what you mean, be who you are, truly, fully, in every moment. (or at least every other one).
Â Compelled to virtue by your very nature, to which you call your honor to serve. The strength in honour, the courage of heart.