I grew up blessed and immersed in all that life and school had to offer: sports, academics, close friends and perpetual serving as an elected class officer. I addressed my senior class as its President at graduation and repeatedly lettered in football and track and field (shotput). My hard work led to being accepted at Stanford University…
In contrast, Nicholas Giacomini grew up vastly different. His early resume includes being a juvenile delinquent who was kicked out of three schools, sent to live at a group home for at-risk youth, arrested for vandalism and caught up in a world of drugs, chaos, and carelessness.
However, fate intervened, bringing him hip-hop [he started rapping at age 13], and yoga at 18. Now know as MC YOGI, he is now a world-renowned performing artist on a mission to bring good music and good energy into the world: a path of spiritual wisdom, illuminating the potential for transformation within us all. Last year he finished a world tour teaching and performing to over 200,000. His book was just released, called Spiritual Graffiti: Finding My True Path.
I’ve been blessed to experienced MC YOGI’s divine spirit in concert and on the yoga mat. His words are gripping and deep. Please join me in this week’s Regen360 iTunes podcast interview with MC YOGI. I encourage you to listen to each of his words, as they will not only inspire but motivate. AND don’t miss out on the special surprise ending of the interview — it’s a real treat as MC YOGI gifts us an impromptu regenerative rap!
To rapping with our future in mind and igniting our spirit!