Paul Chek

In this engaging podcast, Bio-harmonist Paul Chek and Fashion Proactivist Jeff Scult explore the essence of One Golden Thread. The conversation is a refreshing break from the formulaic and instead offers a deep dive perspective into the soul-calling intention behind One Golden Thread, and shared philosophical values. It's a must-listen for anyone interested in exploring the intersection of Planetary wellbeing that begins within Personal well-being, going beyond sustainability, and consciousness.

Paul is a world-renowned expert and best selling author in corrective exercise kinesiology, stress management, and holistic wellness. For over 30 years, he's supported humans to alchemize optimal health by treating the body as a holistic system and finding the root cause of problems.

As a One Golden Thread Badassador, Paul shares his unique perspective and wealth of knowledge to our community. With his integrated approach to treatment and education, Paul offers access to inner peace and the power of one's own infinite potential. We're thrilled to join Paul on a shared journey to well-being, sustainability, and conscious living.

Paul is the founder of the CHEK (Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology) Institute, based in California, USA and the P~P~S Success Mastery Coaching Program. He is a prolific author of books, articles and blog posts and the host of the popular podcast Living 4D with Paul Chek.



Jeff: Paul, what does it mean to you to live life Golden?

Paul: To be honest with myself, I can't be honest with anyone else if I can't be honest with myself. That's why I have two wives. That's why I do what I do for a living.

Jeff: Second question. What is a self-love tip that you've discovered along your journey to tap back to that, when we forget?

Paul: Don't let other people's opinions change your true nature. Opinions are like assholes, everyone's got one, and most of them don't smell very good. So the best thing to do is make sure you're at peace with your own smell. <laugh>

Jeff: Third question, the golden thread on your wrist, what does that represent to you?

Paul: I think for me it represents the reminder that even though I work really hard and I have all the challenges of, you know, generating enough money to keep the family safe and to get the property to be sustainable and to make my contribution to the world, that it's the best gift that I can give everybody, to do the work of love. You know, it reminds me that there is the real work of love and the only other work there is is the work of ‘not love’ and ‘not love’ is also the work of dishonesty and deviation from your own truth. So I think for me, the golden thread is to live true to myself because that's all I have to give. And if I can't give that, then I have to give illusions and I don't sleep well if I give anyone an illusion. So I think for me, the Golden Thread is a reminder to be as Gandhi said, be the change. And to be passionately committed to the work of expressing your love in a way that nurtures you through the natural trials and tribulations of life. They're there for all of us. So you might as well draw energy from your heart because that is an infinite well but ego is a very finite bank account that can't exist without the heart. An ego without a heart is a death sentence. If there was a place I could put the golden thread in my body, it would be right from my brain to my heart, because only the heart can deliver justice to the mind.

Jeff: Fourth question, how do the clothes speak to you?

Paul: These are the only clothes I have worn in my life that add life force energy. It’s like I am doing Tai Chi while doing nothing. I got chi’d.

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