“You should be getting younger, smarter, wiser, better, stronger in every way every day; if not you are doing it all wrong.”

—GAVIN ROBERT MCGOWEN

 

“Seek non-material riches—like glowing, vibrant, joyous, exuberant health and total inner peace; much more valuable.”

—GAVIN ROBERT MCGOWEN

 

“Become an expert in the operation of your brain and you become an expert in controlling your emotions.”

—GAVIN ROBERT MCGOWEN

 

 

In 2007, my mother died suddenly and unexpectedly at age 54. She wasn’t overweight or in ill health. She was happy and full of life. She had been to several different doctors and had explained to all of them that something didn’t feel quite right, but instead of consulting with other “experts” in their field and doing their due diligence, they told her it was “all in her head” and sent her out the door with prescriptions for antidepressants.

Instead of investigating her symptoms more thoroughly in order to find the cause, she was dismissed as “depressed” and given a pill to “fix” the symptoms that were “all in her head”. Two days later, she had a massive heart attack and died. She had only taken one of the pills she had been prescribed. ONE PILL! Coincidence? You be the judge.

The autopsy revealed an enlarged heart that could have been easily detected with the proper tests.

The fact that a team of “experts” missed the warning signs they should’ve recognized and instead prescribed an unnecessary and potentially dangerous drug really shook my world up. I began rethinking western medicine altogether and asking myself, “Do these doctors actually know what they are talking about or are they just pill peddlers keeping pharmaceutical companies in business? Are the medications they are pushing safe or effective or just masking symptoms? Do I really trust these so-called “experts” with my physical and mental health?” These questions launched me into a journey to find safer and more effective alternatives for maintaining optimal physical and mental health.

By 2012, the physical and mental demand of touring with my band, Interstellar Transmissions, was pushing me to near exhaustion. Our schedule
consisted of 6-7 nights a week of playing extremely demanding and technical live music for 6 or more hours a day. After nearly a year of touring at this pace, I began to wonder, “How the heck do these bands do this night after night after night without being on drugs?” It was no wonder so many musicians throughout history became addicted to drugs just to keep up!

Wanting a more sustainable and natural way to remain in a peak state, I began to look into Chinese herbs. Eventually, my research led me to specific supertonic-longevity herbs that I began to gather from all over the world. I read anything and everything I could find on these herbs and tried as many as I could get my hands on. Through trial and error I began to hone in on which ones were most effective, but had yet to find anything on the market that had the specific herbs in one formula at a sufficient enough potency. I quickly realized that the product of superior quality and potency I desired did not exist and it was up to me to create one.

After going through innumerable sources and variations of the blends, I finally created my first prototype. My passion for purity and excellence as a musician carried over into my quest for optimal living as well and out of that vision came THE INTERSTELLAR BLEND. I combined the use of this blend with daily intermittent fasting and it wasn’t long before friends, family and even complete strangers began asking me what my secret was. They would say things like, “You look great for your age and you are always upbeat
and positive! How do you do it?” And I would respond, “Well, I fast daily and I take this Supertonic Longevity Herbal Formula I created and I feel AWESOME virtually all the time!” Before long, I began selling my blend to friends and the word spread like wildfire.

Testimonials poured in from all over the country about the life changing results people were experiencing as a result of making my blend a part of their daily regimen. I created a website and watched my business grow through word of mouth with very little expense on advertising. My primary goal was to help people eradicate anxiety, depression, brain fog, fatigue and stress and bring back exuberance, energy, health, passion and excitement for life by offering the purest and most potent products possible. I continue to create my blends in small batches with the strictest standards of purity and potency available and the results speak for themselves.

My commitment to excellence led me to create the Interstellar Blends. They continue to transform the lives of people across the globe. I dedicate this journey to my mother.

 


— GAVIN ROBERT MCGOWEN

Creator of the Interstellar Blends

 

 

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“Worry is misuse of your imagination; a form of self sabotage. Willfully replace all worry with joyous optimism and courage. Say to worry, “And if that perchance happens I will face it too gracefully and skillfully as I have many obstacles and challenges in my life thus far; I have no fear or worry. I am a fighter until the end. Now skedaddle worry! BE GONE FROM MY MIND. ”

—GAVIN ROBERT MCGOWEN

 

“Love, respect and appreciate yourself no matter what stage of your journey you are at. Your perceived value of yourself should never be in question. If you got 20lbs to lose to be in peak health and you are losing 1/2 lb a day well you are making progress and that’s awesome!!! Never have to be somewhere or something else to be able to love, respect and appreciate yourself. New skills take time! Relax and enjoy the journey!”

—GAVIN ROBERT MCGOWEN

 

“Once you finally figure out that all the awards, titles, recognition, status symbols, fancy house/cars, trophy wives/husbands, the perfect body, perfect job etc etc etc —all of the ego crap that the world has to offer will never add up to enough to be worthy of self love you then realize that REAL SELF LOVE has nothing to do with any of that— self love is nothing more than a simple decision to love yourself as you are now REGARDLESS of any of that nonsense. You do it because you already are enough. What anyone else thinks of you is irrelevant; what YOU think of you is the ONLY thing that matters. This is the great secret that people spend their whole lives chasing only to come up empty handed— that’s because it’s not “out there”; it’s IN YOU and you have had it all along.”

—GAVIN ROBERT MCGOWEN

 

“Don’t be afraid to invest in your success; fear of lack or failure is a useless and self defeating emotion. There IS no failure; there is only knowledge of what does and doesn’t work.”

—GAVIN ROBERT MCGOWEN

 

“Be your own permission and approval.”

—GAVIN ROBERT MCGOWEN

“I don’t really consider it enlightened if you are only holy and pure by avoiding everything and that you gotta meditate and pray off in a cave or forest alone for 23 hours straight daily and eat only the “purest” raw vegan foods to maintain your sanctity.

Come get in the thick of it! Extremism and avoiding reality isn’t self mastery or spiritual enlightenment! You should be a force to be reckoned with in the midst of humanity with others all around you—centered, calm, clear, collected, laughing, smiling and having a great time in the eye of the storm. This, “oh I am an introvert indigo empath (aka victim) and can’t be around too many people because their ‘energies’ are overwhelming.” means you are easily influenced, dominated and controlled by others. That would be the opposite of self mastery or enlightenment.”

—GAVIN ROBERT MCGOWEN

“Nobody is gonna remember or give a shit how big your muscles were or how big your tits were or how pretty you looked or how many selfies you took or how many likes they received —but they will remember if you helped them live happier, healthier longer lives.”

—GAVIN ROBERT MCGOWEN

 

Here’s a passage from one one of my favorite books….

“The man with absolute faith in his ability to do what he undertakes is the most likely to succeed, even when such confidence seems to outsiders audacious, if not foolhardy. It is not alone the subjective effect of this belief in themselves that enables such men to get results; it is also largely the effect of that self-faith on others. When a man feels a sense of mastery, of having risen to his dominion, he talks confidence, radiates victory, and overcomes doubts in others. Everybody believes he can do the thing he undertakes.

The world believes in the conqueror, the man who carries victory in his very appearance. We believe in people who impress us with their power, and they can not do this without a strong self-faith. They can not do it when their minds are full of doubts and fears.

Some men carry conquest in their very presence; they win our confidence the first time we see them. We believe in their power because they radiate it. In every kind of work and business we are dependent on the belief of others that we can make or carry out plans, can produce superior goods, can manage employees, can do any of the thousand things demanded by employers or by the public.

Life is too short, there is not time enough, to allow minute investigation of another’s ability to achieve the thing he assumes to be able to do; therefore, the world accepts very largely a man’s own estimate of himself until he forfeits its confidence. A physician does not have to prove to each patient that he has followed certain courses and passed certain examinations. If a young man hangs out his law shingle, the world will take it for granted that he is fitted for his profession until he proves otherwise.

You will notice in a group of boys or young men who are friends or schoolmates, with similar ability and education, that one will step out boldly and advance rapidly, while the others are waiting for somebody to discover them. The world is too busy to hunt for merit. It takes it for granted that you can do what you claim you can, until you show your inability. To acknowledge lack of ability, to give way to a temporary doubt, is to give failure so much advantage. We should never allow self-faith to waver for a moment, no matter how dark the way may seem.

Nothing will destroy the confidence of others so quickly as a doubt in our own minds. Many people fail because they radiate their discouraged moods and project them into the minds of those about them. If you are always putting a low rating on yourself, marking yourself down, you may be sure that others will not take the trouble to mark you up. They will not take pains to see if you have not rated yourself too low.

I never knew a man who had a small, belittling estimate of himself to do a great thing. We can never get more out of ourselves than we expect. If you expect large things from yourself, and demand them, if you hold the large mental attitude toward your work, you will get much bigger results than if you depreciate yourself and look only for little results.

If you think you are peculiar, that you are not like other people, that you are different and can not achieve what they do, — if you harbor these impressions, you are not in a position to overcome what you regard as a handicap. The consciousness of possessing such qualities keeps you from being yourself.

People who are constantly depreciating themselves, effacing themselves, who believe that they are miserable worms of the dust and that they never will amount to anything of consequence, make a corresponding impression upon others, for they look as they feel.

Your own estimate of yourself, of your ability, your standing, the weight you carry, and of the figure you cut in the world, will be out-pictured in your appearance, in your manner. If you feel very ordinary you will appear very ordinary. If you do not respect yourself you will show it in your face. If you feel poor, if you have a skim-milk opinion of yourself, you may be sure that nothing very rich will manifest itself in you. Whatever qualities you attribute to yourself, you will manifest in the impression you make upon others.

On the other hand, if you always contemplate the very qualities which you long to possess, they will gradually become yours, and you will express them in your face and manner. You must feel grand to look grand. There must be superiority in your thought before it can be expressed in your face and your bearing.

Confidence is the very basis of all achievement. There is a tremendous power in the conviction that we can do a thing. The man who has great faith in himself is relieved from a great many uncertainties as to whether he is in his right place, from doubts as to his ability, and from fears regarding his future. In others words, the man who is faith-protected is released from a great many worries and anxieties which handicap those who are not. He has freedom of faculty and freedom of action, both of which are necessary for the greatest efficiency.”

 

—THE MIRACLE OF RIGHT THOUGHT

Orisen Swett Marden