Since the age of fourteen, externally-taught morals did not make sense to J.T.. Raised Mormon, he began exploring other religions because he just could not accept that Mormonism held absolute truth. Through that journey, he adopted the Buddhist-Shaman type perspective while keeping an open mind, open to any correction of errors or new information that could possibly shift paradigms. Fifteen years later, he has finally found a comfortable niche in Spirituality, with a stable foundation built from researching many religions, and ancient history including the Gnostics and Celts who were slaughtered for trying to contest the validity of Salvationism (the Abrahamic religions). Ultimately, J.T. has concluded that the root problem of people not having morals is not a lack of religion, but rather a suffering of a psychosis pathogen called Wetiko, that is both collective and individual, a lack of empathy, and cognitive dissonance which inhibits the learning process.
Aside from knowledge and wisdom, J.T. has applied his experience delving into and through spiritual rabbit holes to raw people and their real life issues in the form of counseling, advice, and leadership.