Recovery Radio Raw Live Interview with Indian Bob & Ashley Kaye Adams
My goal of this fundraising, is to gain enough funds to actually publish all of my content via print, radio and film. I need to physically travel and educate first responders, Law Enforcement and the recovery industry on methods that work. When we understand the root cause of addiction, only then can we remedy the problem. The solutions to end addiction are not readily available or accessible to those that need healing, including our prisoners and homeless. Becoming a recovered addict and a responsible member of society should not be only available to the fortunate. Hence why we lose hundreds of lives per day on this planet to addiction. There are so many solutions that WORK! I'm living proof. Help me on my journey to heal.
Right now, I’m involved with many fantastic projects. My time these days, has been split between investigative research, speaking, sharing my story in prisons, jails and institutions, writing and creating content for my new YouTube Channel called, “Kentucky Junkie,” just like my book series. I'm delivering information that is authentic and worthy of your listening. I cover topics that range from the myths of recovery, other methods for removing addiction and the info regarding the anonymous groups. I’ve been doing live radio interviews as well. You can find the links on my site.
I used the traditional 12 step model, as a blue print back to my soul. By working them to the best of my ability, I was guided beyond those steps and thus to my personal spiritual awakening that initiated my mission. I celebrated 11 years clean & sober on June 7, 2018. How could I possibly ask for more? I could not. But nonetheless, more has continued to come. It seems that it always has since my awakening. One miracle happens and then another miracle. Then, I’m not finished digesting the last miracle in all its greatness, then another miracle presents itself. That’s why it’s taken me some time to compile and compose my journey. There is just so much GOOD to tell.
By the way, they call me Ashley in this life. I have an amazing story to tell and plan to do so soon. My story consists of over forty-three years of personal life’s lesson’s I’ve experienced that have led me to where I am today, creating my own website to share my miracles with the world. Please be patient, it’s under construction, and I’m a Virgo, so it must be perfect! (Again, in my head) And just so you know, perfection is in the eye of the beholder.
It seems I was born for this: observing, documenting, journaling, downloading knowing’s, photographing, processing and waiting. Then, waiting some more, while observing, meditating and listening to my guides. And next, figuring out what all these intricate pieces all strewn about (I once thought randomly) in my life actually mean to me. Up until now, I never had the words or the constitution for that matter, to begin putting all of this together for others to know.
My mission is simple. I aim to fill the gap, and delete the recidivism rate that plagues our planet. I intend to assist in healing addiction and it’s unsuspecting victims once and for all. Recovery is not only attainable and possible. It’s a human right. I will do what’s necessary to educate the masses about this birthright and how it worked for me, therefor how it can and will work for you. (Others that you know need healing from addiction are included). My story could be perceived as “complicated” in the physical world, as are most lives that are afflicted with addiction and it’s consequences. Sifting through the pyre of chaos has been my sole purpose this past some ten years, while doing the next right thing in my life to the best of my ability functioning in society. It took me a while to come into balance. Integrating the physical body, the human mind & our Creator’s spirit within us is a tall order for any human. And I went down into the lowest form of human existence. Jails, institutions and homeless are a few of the circumstances I found myself in through my active addiction. It seems I embody (no pun intended), the “all or nothing personality.” That’s a gift that didn’t serve me well, until I chose to walk away from addiction. I became addicted to opiates, then I became homeless. Homelessness led to larceny, B&E’s and multistate habitual offender felonies in the second-degree. And some more felonies in three different counties and somehow, I landed on “Louisville’s Top 100 Most Wanted Fugitive List”! This was not on purpose. (Or was it?)
I began my recovery journey in a cold and dark county jail cell. I detoxed cold turkey. And today I never imagined that my life could be what is now.
I originally had a “plan” in my head, for how I would deliver my story to others. If you’re reading this, you must know that plans do not always come to fruition the way we think they will. Life and death happens, divorce, felonies and fugitive warrants happen. Okay, they happened for me.
In my past ten years of my own personal recovery journey, I have experienced so much that I cannot in good conscience withhold it from humanity any longer. It must be shared.
I have come to know my purpose on this planet through this process of awakening. And my mission is in flight. When your wings are clipped at a young age, the world can be a scary place to try and grow or to heal, especially when the environment in which you find yourself is baffling and mortifying. This physical world, that we as humans are expected to operate in and participate in, every day of our lives, can be quite assaultive and extremely overwhelming on the spiritual senses. You probably already have proof for yourself with your own experiences on this planet. And I mean assaultive, quite literally.
I’ve always had a knowing deep inside my being that I was destined for greatness. I just didn’t know how “great” until now. I’m not one to brag, or say look at me…Okay that’s a lie. But seriously, my story is so sacred and special, that I have been extremely apprehensive around the idea of exposing myself to you people, simply for fear of the unknown. FEAR NO MORE! The time has come! As we know, FEAR is simply an acronym that means False Evidence Appearing Real. It does not exist for me in my reality any longer. Once I busted through this illusion, my spirit soared!
Hang on tight. Grab your helmet, sword & shield! Onward we march! Okay, not right this moment, but prepare yourself for a fantastic journey. My goal is to have my website up and totally functional by the end of 2018. I have a web creation donor that is doing my site for free! My sister-in-law. Stay tuned!
I have composed content for my seven Book Series entitled, “Kentucky Junkie”. My first book of this series is called, “Indigo Outlaw”. The first book publication date is scheduled for end of 2018. (Provided that funding comes through). I am self publishing to have control of the content and distribution. Healing should not be just for those that can afford spendy rehabs. Besides, they do not work.
My goal of this fundraising, is to gain enough funds to actually publish all of my content via print, radio and film. I need to physically travel and educate first responders, Law Enforcement and the recovery industry on methods that work. When we understand the root cause of addiction, only then can we remedy the problem. The solutions to end addiction are not readily available or accessible to those that need healing, including our prisoners and homeless. Becoming a recovered addict and a responsible member of society should not be only available to the fortunate. Hence why we lose hundreds of lives per day on this planet to addiction. There are so many solutions that WORK! I'm living proof. Help me on my journey to heal. Thank you, Ashley Kaye
If you would be so kind, please give me your email address so I can notify you when my site goes live with all the active links and my first book is published! Coming soon!
“Ashley is truly a worker of the light. She embodies love and kind-heartedness. Weather it be her extensive work in the many fields of healing or just in day-to-day interactions. I met her at just the right time in my recovery journey. I was close to being stuck in a rut. Leading me to Divine Love, Ashley has helped me to bridge the gap between becoming a better person and actually being a better person. With her guidance, I am now a person who is at oneness with my surroundings and at peace with the world. She has shown me the path to help make change in this world for the better and that there is no such thing as coincidence.”- Zach L. Tucson, AZ
“Some people choose a career and some careers choose you. In Ashley's case, I believe the job of helping people, heal their body, soul and spirit is one that was destined for her. Ashley's kind and warm nature gives her the ability to make total strangers feel like family. When you meet Ashley, you will immediately feel at ease and feel her love because she does just that, she loves everyone.
I met Ashley on what was an extremely traumatic few days for me. The circumstances were ones that seemed impossible, uncomfortable and heartbreaking, yet upon meeting her I felt immediate comfort.
Ashley had met and built a relationship with my brother who struggled with addiction. She was someone who gave him hope for a better life, as she truly believed in him. She helped him in every way she could amidst complicated circumstances, but unfortunately his demons were too dark and he could not be saved. After his death though, the way that Ashley has connected and supported our family has truly been amazing. The comfort she is able to bring my mother is something I can never thank her enough for. The way she has fought to help my sister, who is also an addict is honorable. Lastly the support she has given me personally, in my issues that stem from my own life, as a family member of two older sibling addicts is something I can never thank her enough for as well.
She is a truly positive force and I look forward to continuing watching the changes she makes to the people's lives all around her.”
“I met Ashley in the rooms of a 12-step program back in 2009. Ashley has a big presence and she makes a pretty big impression on most folks, she did me anyway. The first thing I noticed was her combination of attitude, sass and this shining Light. She appeared to be genuinely happy, confident and she moved with purpose. These qualities were very attractive. She spoke in a manner about recovery that made this new way of life not only make sense to me, but seem more tangible for myself. I could tell she was authentic and that she really cared about the newcomers. Her encouragement & belief in me personally made a world of difference when I was a newcomer. At that time in my life, I was suffering and I felt alone. She made it clear to me, that it was OK to be right where I was. She encouraged me to keep my chin up and keep doing the next right thing. I was able to recognize that the things I was worried about in my life were going to get better, so I just stuck with it.
Ashley's Light is contagious and her attitude is uplifting. Ashley believes that the impossible is most definitely possible, which helped me to believe and feel the same. After you've known Ashley for a while, it becomes clear that this is because she has an indomitable spirit."
"After serving many years of my life as a law enforcement officer, I have extensive experience with the world of drug addiction and the system that binds them. I met, and married Ashley Adams while I was in active duty. From Ashley, I learned to see another side within the world of the addict. I came to understand that no one chooses to become a slave to a substance at the cost of everything in their lives and, many times, their own lives. Knowing Ashley has blessed me with an in depth understanding that not everyone is fortunate enough to possess. I am so grateful to have her in my life. Ashley is the example of what is possible. A commitment to recovery, and faith in who you are inside, can lead you to become more than you imagined you could ever be. I admire her unwavering belief in true spiritual healing, her extraordinary strength, and her willingness to share with others what she knows from her own journey. I have seen firsthand, on multiple occasions, Ashley’s commitment to those suffering from addiction and those on the outside, just watching from a distance the life of an active addict is remarkable."- Troy
"I have known Ashley for over a year and have come to appreciate how important a contribution she is making to the world of recovery. She has been an addict that has not only recovered, but also went on to become certified as an addiction healing professional. Her personal story is worth listening to, because it offers hope and an alternative path to wellness for people caught in the spiritual illness of addiction."- Bob Fritchie, Director World Service Institute Knoxville, TN.
If you would like to assist in carrying the message of hope through Kentucky Junkie, please give as you wish! We are a non-profit organization that carries a clear message of hope to those still suffering from addiction.