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My Journey

My Journey of Greatness

Wass good maaa boiii, my name is Othree and I was born to talk. Straight from South Central Los Angeles. My parents are both from Irapuato, Guanajuato, Mexico. I am communicator and practice skills that allow me to share my message with the world. My message is this: We are already great but let's become to greatest version of ourselves. Read on to hear about my journey. 

How I Started my Journey

Beginning the journey is the first step. My first step happened to be the visions I saw during a shroom trip in February 2022. I saw a glimpse of two futures and decided I wanted to follow on the path of fulfillment. The other path was about settling for less but I'll save that story for the podcast. As time went on, I saw myself becoming more aware of my flaws. I eventually hit rock bottom in the first half of 2023. I was close to giving up but I'm grateful that I was able to turn it around. What resulted after hitting rock bottom was me beginning to practice self-love but also my quest to find answers about myself. I was not only committed to change, I was curious about it. It is that curiosity that pushed me to start on this path of self-discovery. I was ready. And even though it wasn't going to be all good, I was okay with it. I accepted the fact that I wasn't perfect and that is when the answers started coming to me. Most of my answers appeared during my alone time. Going on night walks, avoiding people, and jigsaw puzzles saved my life

Who Am I? 

During this time in 2023, in what people call the "Dark Night of the Soul", I began asking myself this question. "Who Am I?" Every day I would ask myself that question and then it clicked. I was born to talk. I was born to be an orator. I began looking into the past for confirmation. What came about was a 2 page document of moments I lived through and skills I've learned that prove that I am an orator. Here are some examples:

*Translator for my parents since a kid

*Winning essay competitions

*School presentations

*Multiple public speaking opportunities

*College radio station

*Multiple podcasts


My name is Omar. My name means long lived & eloquent speaker. Once I found that out, I had no doubt in my mind. This is why no matter what I do, my mind always gravitates towards the music, podcasting, and livestreaming. My other forms of art like poetry, photography, and drawing are just the icing on the cake. My identity was all about being from South Central and being a Rowdy ass foo. I thought I knew who I was but my pain was my greatest teacher. I learned that while they are a part of who I am, they are not what I was born to be. While drinking 40s and acting a foo brought me the attention I always looked for, it never brought me the fulfillment that talking does. Understanding my Power, as I explained in the Journey of Greatness, has unlocked another level of motivation and confidence I didn't know I had within me. 

How I Practice Self Love

I practice self-love on a daily basis. I have built habits and participate in activities that help me love myself everyday. I picked up these habits and activities the last couple of years and helped me turn my life around after I hit rock bottom. I will list them for you just in case you want to add one to your daily routine. But you should also find what works for you based on your resources.

*Read books
*Jigsaw puzzles
* Alone time
* Positive-self talk (I Am The Greatest)
* Consume positive content
* Meditation
* Journal
* Practice Mindfulness
* Listen to frequency music (healing sounds)
* Intermittent fasting (20/4 split)
* Exercise
* Take vitamins
*Do cleanses
* Seed Retention
* Eat as healthy as possible
* Learn something new everyday
* Limited phone & social media use
* Quality time with my parents and brother
* Quality time with my dogs
* Dedicate time to clean my room and house
* Time to decompress
* Taking naps
* Practice my Power
*Spend time with my Mentors

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I have also started other habits that might not fall under "Self-Love" because I don't like doing them. I just know they are also necessary to become the greatest version of myself

*Shadow Work
* Discipline
* Accountability
* Delayed gratification
* Taking action when feeling lazy
* Not relying but knowing when to ask for help
* Completing tasks that don't give me dopamine (ex. chores)
* Being nice to myself
* Overcoming fears
* Be my own accountant
*Taking days off from the journey


Going sober was the best decision I could have made. I can sit here and tell you about all the good memories. I was Big Rowdy for a reason. The word “Rowdy” was synonymous with me. Brands were created because of “Rowdy”. I have it tatted on my left hand. That’s who I thought I was going to be the rest of my life, The Rowdy One. But after my shroom trip in 2022, things began to change. My soul started seeking sobriety. Now it might of taken me a year and a half to do it but here I am.
I will leave this here to come back and look at it when I need to:
*Last time I did “adderall” and stuff like that - August 10, 2017
*Last time I smoked - April 20, 2023
*Last time I drank - November 3, 2023 

    As part of my journey, I needed to understand why I started drinking and why it became a problem. I started drinking for 2 reasons. One was because I seen my Dad and other family members / friends drink. The “Mexicans love to drink” stereotype. I never once said that I wasn’t going to drink. It was like I was looking forward to it my whole life. Secondly, I wanted to be cool. I wanted to be like the cholos and feel like I belonged in the street culture. That is why by 13, I began experimenting with it. As time went on it got worse. My tolerance kept increasing and so did the number of days I would drink. In college, I joined a fraternity so you know how that goes. It was during this time period, 2014 / 2015 where the “Rowdy” label began. Then I came back and I didn’t stop. If anything, it got worse. By 2020, I cut it down but I began to realize that the drunk me was angry. I needed to find out why I was so angry and why it only came out when I was drunk. And to top it off, my hangovers last about 3 days. That was the turning point. I couldn’t live like that anymore. Going broke, wasting time, burning bridges, risking my life and for what, to prove I’m a down ass rowdy ass foo? I still feel tempted to drink. I don’t know if it is forever either. But as time goes on, I feel like my drinking days are over. The Rowdy One / Big Rowdy is no more. The memories will always be there but the ambition to try and fit in is not

    Advice & Quotes I Live By

    * "You can't love someone else until you love yourself" - unknown

    * “If you're a friend of everybody, you're an enemy to yourself” - Mike Tyson

    * "You attract what you are" - unknown

    * "Communication is not about saying what we think. Communication is about ensuring others hear what we mean." - Simon Sinek

    * “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” - Carl Jung

    * “Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” - Carl Jung

    * “The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.” - Alan Watts

    * “Those times when you get up early and you work hard; those times when you stay up late and you work hard; those times when you don’t feel like working, you’re too tired, you don’t want to push yourself, but you do it anyway; that is actually the dream. That’s the dream. It’s not the destination, it’s the journey.” - KOBE

    * Change your relationship with food and exercise. Instead of seeing them as "burdens" to get healthy, view them as medicine. Healthy food is medicine and junk food is poison. Do you feel better when you get your medicine or when you fill up your body with poison? Same with exercise. When you exercise look at it as if you're taking your medicine. But it's also okay to not be perfect in the journey. Don't feel bad if you slip up with your diet or if you skip a workout. - ANHEL

    * Think of what you want to manifest. Picture and feel yourself being or having it. Think of the little details. If you want to lose weight, picture and feel yourself eating healthy foods. Picture and feel yourself sweating at the gym lifting the dumbbell. Picture and feel yourself buying healthy groceries. Picture and feel the little details. Tell yourself you are already that. Talk is if you are already there - Maxwell Maltz ("Psycho-Cybernetics)

    * Sell your product but don't sell out. Don't lose sight of your vision because of money or anything that compromises you - Marc Ecko