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At age 26, I was a Captain in the world’s most powerful military, the US Air Force.

… and I was completely miserable.

I was dead inside. I could not really laugh. I surely could not cry. I could not feel my life.

In late winter 2001, just 9 months before 9/11, I left the Air Force and – when all my military buddies were taking high-paying jobs with military contractors – I gave my things away and went walkabout into the world.

Just 3 weeks into my journey, late one evening while hitchhiking through northern Wales en route to wherever, I experienced a massive emotional meltdown in an old phone booth. My entire body shook heavily with deep tearful sobs as the pain I had buried so long beneath a mask of perfection ruptured like an earthquake from my core. I couldn’t go back to my old life, but I had no idea where else to go.

I felt utterly lost. I had no idea who I was.

Over the next few years, I would desperately seek to connect with my life as I backpacked across Europe, the Middle East, India and Australia.

I spent 3 months living with Egyptians in Cairo who adopted me into their lives as their own brother and son. They stuffed me so full of breads and meat and surely-tainted water from their beloved Nile that I eventually got dysentery and pray for a quick death. I was also bizarrely sexually accosted at the Pyramids in Egypt … twice. A short time later, I lived with a comically vain “holy man” in southern India who tried to have me committed to an Ayurveda Hospital.

I roamed aimlessly across Australia for months, spending time alone deep in dry, crusted Outback under stars like glitter sprinkled on black silk.

A few months later I made a solemn spiritual pilgrimage to the Holocaust camp, Auschwitz, in Poland, where a mysterious white ash fell gently upon me as I walked a lonely country road just 2 months after 9/11.

While studying French in France, I met a woman, married her just 5 weeks later, and then watched her throw me out of our quaint Bordeaux centre-ville apartment after just 8 months of wedded blindness. This was when it just barely began to dawn on me that I had no idea how to truly love a woman.

Suddenly, after 2 years wandering the planet, surviving desert bugs, capricious French women and weirdly aggressive camel driving men at the Pyramids, I found myself back in the US, in Miami.

I was spent, finally ready to surrender my life to … well, something other than sadness, desperation and my own ego.

Shortly after I landed in Miami, licking my divorce wounds, my father’s new company was preparing to launch. I came onboard as an executive and soon became international PR spokesperson for my family's luxury timepiece which incorporated a unique mind-body science technology.

Oprah fell in love with it, and in 2005 I spent a few minutes teaching her about mind-body science backstage after a taping of her show.

After helping grow this company from $0 to $50 million in sales within 5 years, I grew weary and left for a new adventure: Transformational Entertainment Artist Manager and Producer.

In August 2007, I made over $10,000 / month as a fashion company executive. The very next month, in my first month managing a spiritual music band … I made just $25.


Bryan Reeves' Life Adventures


In 2009-2010, I took conscious pop artists, Here II Here, on a 12-month performance tour of the United States and Canada, performing over 200 concerts in 33 states.

As both Here II Here’s manager and a "transformational events" producer, I was fortunate to work on projects featuring worldwide luminaries like the Dalai Lama’s Spiritual Advisor, the Oracle of Tibet, Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, Byron Katie, Marianne Williamson, Don Miguel Ruiz, Michael Beckwith, Deva Premal, Snatam Kaur and many more brilliant visionary teachers reminding humanity of life’s true wonders.

In 2012, I transitioned from managing businesses and projects to consulting artists, visionaries, and business owners in successfully managing their own.

This quickly became my Life Coaching business. By 2014 I had coached over 130 private clients.

I soon started coaching couples as my blogs on relationship dynamics starting going viral, with millions of readers around the world.

Somewhere along my journey from military soldier to spiritual warrior, through the dank hells of heartbreak and despair – and with the help of a psychedelic experience or two – I rediscovered the thrill of being alive and thus the courage to live the beautiful life I was born for.

Today, I live in Los Angeles.

I have a Masters Degree in Human Relations / Organizational Dynamics (University of Oklahoma).

I’ve been a regular contributor to The Good Men Project, Elephant Journal, Raw Attraction Magazine, Sexy Conscious Awake, MeetMindful and others. I've been profiled as a Leading Relationship Expert by and a "Bad Ass Man" by New York Minute Mag.

My two books, The Sex, Flirting, Dating, Hunting and Hoping Diet and Tell The Truth, Let The Peace Fall Where It May are available on amazon.

I’m a Thriving Life and Relationship Coach.

I help people create the exquisite lives and delicious relationships they ache for.

I live my dream helping others live theirs.

My Mission

"To Serve the World one Awakened Man, one Illuminated Woman, one Thriving Relationship at a Time.


Bryan offers lectures, workshops and trainings in:

  • Intimate relationship dynamics and authentic love
  • Mindfulness & Authenticity in Business
  • His inspiring personal stories as an Air Force Captain triumphing over darkness and despair.