The Bledsoe Show

Anat Peri and Ashley Bledsoe: Recap, Training Camp for the Soul Class 1 #63

A 6 day retreat to break free of your limiting beliefs


Guest: Anat Peri, Ashley Bledsoe, and the 1st Training Camp for the Soul Graduates

Anat Peri is a self-love expert and transformational performance coach known for the creation of her Journey to Love™, Journey to Creation™ and Training Camp for the Soul™ programs. She has worked amongst the most highly respected spiritual teachers and trailblazers in the fields of wellness and self development, including Deepak Chopra and Landmark, for more than a decade. Today, she is highly sought after for her work with subconscious reprogramming and mind-body psychology.

Anat is certified as a life coach and executive coach, tension & trauma release exercises (TRE™), and as a hypnosis and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) practitioner. She uniquely combines various modalities with personal life experience to create a profound and loving dive into the conscious, subconscious and unconscious minds, thereby facilitating an all encompassing and lasting impact for her clients worldwide.​

For more info, check out the first episode with Anat Peri: Training Camp for the Soul #49.


Training Camp for the Soul

This episode is a recap of the first Training Camp for the Soul retreat, which took place in March 2018 in Idyllwild, CA. The retreat is led by Anat Peri, co-facilitated by Mike, and Mike’s wife, Ashley Bledsoe, is the post-session counselor.

Training Camp for the Soul is a 6 day retreat to break free of your limiting beliefs. It’s about figuring out what’s your operating system, what’s your script, who’s running the show called your life. Every human is operating with a script, which gets imprinted in our brains by age 7.

In the first 7 years of our life we are in a theta state, which means what we learn during that time gets imprinted in our subconscious and stays there pretty much forever. At that stage, we mainly learn stuff by hearing, seeing, and feeling from mom and dad, or from the absence of mom and dad.

Training Camp for the Soul is about uncovering what self-limiting beliefs you are operating with, such as, “I’m not good enough”, “I don’t matter”, “There’s not enough time”, “I gotta work hard”… Clearing out unwanted beliefs, replacing them with new ones, and creating actions that are in alignment with your new beliefs.

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Retreat Testimonials

Sean Lazio, Owner of Blackhorse Crossfit in Adrian, MI

“You go on living your everyday life and it’s like whatever, life is a just a miserable struggle, you know. You have your ups and your downs, but when I say it now, there is so much feeling and conviction behind it. Like, there is not a doubt in my mind that I can create whatever I want. That I can create the life that I want, whatever way I want to create it, and I believe it 120%.” — Sean Lazio

“I’m able to feel again and by getting in touch with myself and the feelings that I have suppressed over years of my life, and confronting those feelings and allowing myself to feel them, and not just feel them, but also be in a space that is safe enough and comfortable enough to feel them. And realizing like all the ups, the downs, the highs, the lows, the good, the bad, that’s all part of life, and I’ve suppressed so much of that out of my life. And to face what I would think most people would call their demons, is something that really resonates with me… I didn’t beat them, there was no conquering anything, it almost became like a dance. I was able to see the underlying root cause of things that were going on. Stuff that I never in a million years would imagine… I was able to come to terms with all of these things I’ve been battling for so long.” — Sean Lazio

“I can’t tell you the last time I felt relaxed. Even though I thought I was relaxed, for the first time to truly feel relaxed… I tried all kinds of mobility work, yoga, meditation, massages, etc. I have spent so much of life in survival mode and I didn’t even know it.” — Sean Lazio


Raph Colson, Digital consultant / Product Owner at Connect World Services

”I feel empowered to be truly honest of anything I want.” — Raph Colson


Jamie Wilkinson, Coach at Crossfit 858 in San Diego, CA

“We put all those limitations on ourselves thinking of how things are supposed to be. Even if your life is good or even really good, you may find out you want all kinds of things you didn’t even know you wanted and you will get so much clarity on them.” — Jamie Wilkinson

“I thought I was present before because I have a regular workout routine and yoga/meditation practice, but I used physical fitness as a means of punishment. I thought I was really connected, but didn’t realized I was so disconnected.” — Jamie Wilkinson

“Meditation is called a practice for a reason. If you’re sitting down and a lot of thoughts are coming in, your brain can’t shut off, that’s ok. It doesn’t mean you’re not doing it right. Every mind is different and every day is different for everyone.” — Jamie Wilkinson


Roger Jarman, Performance Coach in Miami, FL | Atlantic Models

“I’m excited to and reframe daily life and start using the new thoughts going through my head. I’m really excited about the chance I have now to sit down and think, and not think, and just clear my head out and sit with myself in silence… Just to quiet my mind more on a regular basis. One of the things I wanna do more is focus a little less on how to get to a certain place, how to do this and this, all these actions items, and what’s next in business. I just want to play a little more, add a little bit more play, more fun with my girls, and in business as well. Incorporate fun in everything I do.” — Roger Jarman


Carl Penney, General Manager and Head Coach at Crossfit El Cid in West Palm Beach, FL

“I feel like I have so much possibility and that’s never been something that I really believed… Now I’m kind of thinking of all these things I may end up doing or can do. And, the biggest thing I think I can go home and start doing is just being a positive influence on people, and not being a negative influence on people. Which is I think Something I use to do a little more… I’ve tended to try to kind of mentor people and and guide them, people that I work with or people that I coach and I felt like I was sometimes lying to them. I would give advice or take people, point them to a certain path, and now I feel really comfortable to share what I’ve learned and how I’ve grown and be a positive thing in their life vs. a grumpy old guy telling them about a book you read.“ — Carl Penney


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