24 Questions with TROY CASEY

Leading Longevity Authority and C.H.E.K. Practitioner, Troy Casey has inspired millions of people to live with vitality and authenticity. His unique holistic approach uses nature based simplicity that anyone can follow. As a Versace model, Troy ignited his passion for health and beauty – studying nutrition, herbs, and internal purification – as a way of looking and feeling amazing in front of the camera. For more than 30 years, Troy has continued his studies, and by working with indigenous cultures, exploring ancient and esoteric healing practices, he has led his body, mind, and spirit to become the powerful force he is today.

1. What does thriving mean to you?

Thriving is walking barefoot on the grass in the sun, daily.

2. What’s the one domino that moves you toward thriving?

The one domino would have to be…walking barefoot on the grass in the sun, daily.

3. What was or is your favourite way to sabotage yourself?

My favourite way to sabotage myself is self-righteous anger and was alcoholism.

4. What are the biggest lessons you’ve learned from the coronavirus experience?

The biggest lesson I’ve learned from the coronavirus experience is that the Quantum Leap in human consciousness is more than possible; it is happening.

5. What was an embarrassing / painful moment you can share?

A painful moment in my life was getting divorced at 50 years old and sleeping on my own couch; waking up with anxiety and suicidal thoughts at 4am.

6. What did you learn recently?

Recently I learned that the potential for human beings to make a move toward totalitarianism and the totalitarian tip-toe is completely possible with fear mongering and fear porn coming out of the “idiot box” as my grand-mother called it. AND that human beings aren’t as stupid as the corporate entities and politicians think.

7. Divide your age by half , who were you then?

I was 27, awakening from the pain and anguish of stupidity; chasing paper and unaware of my unlimited spiritual potential.

8. Think back 5-10 years, what moved the needle in your success?

Surrender ultimately moved the needle in my success. Consistency and perseverance were already built into my template.

9. Is there a book(s) you have read multiple times or a resource you keep going back to?

“Way of the Peaceful Warrior” changed my life and when I re-read it after practicing meditation; it was even more profound. The same can be said about the Celestine Prophecy. And of course, my Wellness Bible is Paul Chek’s “How to Eat Move and Be Healthy.”

10. What is your favourite quote or motto?

The antidote for complexity is always simplicity.

11. What are your top VALUES?

These are my top values: Emergent present moment reality. Self-love/Self-care. Spiritual evolution. Quest for peace. Personal commitment to create peace in my heart and peace on Earth. Honest reflection from looking into the mirror naked. Literally and figuratively. Organic nutrition that matches human bio-chemistry. Pure water. Living my Legacy. Family First. Connection to source, connection to the Earth.

12. What is your focus over the next 12 months?

Over the next 12 months, my focus is creating peace in my heart and peace on Earth by running for President of Planet Earth #POPE2020

13. You write a book for your grandkids / next generation, what principles do you want to pass on?

I already wrote it. It’s called #RIPPEDAT50. It is based on the first principles of physics and include the 9 Pillars of Health, the 7 Factors of Stress, and the 2 forces of Yin and Yang that govern our time on Earth. Legacy Hydration Nutrition Sleep Movement Breath Thought Nature Relationships

14. You start a podcast, who is your first guest? If you have a podcast who would you love to have on?

My first guest for my podcast would be Joe Rogan.

15. What are you thankful for?

I am thankful for my life, my wife, my family, my health, and my connection to the Divine.

16. If someone grew up in a dysfunctional home what advice would you give them going forward?

Welcome to the club. Breath. There are no victims. Trauma builds character.

17. What is your favourite memory of the last 12 months?

My favourite memory of the last 12 months is getting re-married by an indigenous shaman on Ayahuasca to my wife, Uri Lee.

18. Do you have a favourite joke or a funny moment?

Yeah. One of my brash New-Yorker friends wrote a one page book. It’s called, “Eat Some Fruits and Vegetables and Walk Around the Block and You Fat Fucking Fuck.”

19. What do you need to have LESS of in your life?

Material items. Paperwork. And subsequent cutting down trees. Junk Mail. Bank Statements.

20. What rule should we be breaking?

Any self-limiting rule that doesn’t lead you to harming anyone else. The universal law is to do no harm. That’s it.

21 . What’s the one thing you want to do before you die?

Walk on water.

22. There are 12 step programs for addiction recovery. If you had to come up with a program for THRIVING what would the steps be?

Train yourself to climb out of bed and take a cold shower in the morning. That’ll teach you everything you need to know.

23. Who is the PERSON you would love to acknowledge by nominating them to be showcased @ THRIVEMASTERS?

Paul Chek

24. How can people connect with you?

troycasey.com