• 00:31

    Another Chat about Camino de Santiago with Christopher Reburn & Jean Callanan

    in Spirituality

    The Camino de Santiago (also known as The Way, Camino Francés and others) – the 500-mile path that starts just over the border of Spain in St. Jean Pied de Port, France. From there, the Camino winds through 4 of Spain’s 15 different regions.


    First, travelers make the grueling trek up and over the Pyrenees Mountains, and descend into Navarra – a vibrant, green expanse of mountainous highlands and home to the famous Running of the Bulls in Pamplona. Next, they pass through La Rioja – full of rich vineyards that produce the wine for which this small region is famous. The bulk of the Camino passes through Castilla y León – in which lies a terrain that many find to be the most challenging – the Meseta. This flat, seemingly endless landscape of green and wheat colored crops is said to remove all external distraction, leaving a pilgrim with only their thoughts for company.


    A rare few do the Camino in as little as 20 days, trekking close to 25 miles a day. The majority of pilgrims take between 4 and 6 weeks to walk the entire 500-mile journey. Though it is traditional to walk the Camino on foot, some elect to do it by bicycle or horse. Whatever one’s method of transportation, whichever Camino one chooses to do, and however fast one’s pace is, each of the millions who have stepped foot on the Camino feel its inexplicable magic and are forever changed by it.


    Don't miss another special 'Camino' show with Christopher and his good friend, Jean Callanan, who has traveled the Camino, and will be sharing some advice on how to prepare for your Camino, some great websites, books and other valuable Camino resources! Jean will also recount some of her fondest day-to-day memories of life while on the Camino. This is the 2nd time Jean joins us for another uplifting Camino chat!

    Visit Christopher at http://www.reburn.org

  • 01:04

    A Transformative Camino Journey with Kurt Koontz

    in Spirituality

    Retired Fortune 500 executive Kurt Koontz returns to the show to reflect more deeply on lessons and experiences emerging from his transformative journey of nearly 500 miles on the historic Camino de Santiago in Spain. Kurt is the author of A Million Steps, in which he chronicles his inspirational, life-changing journey on the trail and into the heart, following the steps of a 1300-year-old pilgrimage bridging inner and outer worlds.


    Kurt has been on tour sharing his experiences with audiences. We will talk about the lasting lessons emerging and how others are responding to his profoundly powerful stories of navigating through his personal history of addiction, recovery and love, all the while embracing the beauty of the countryside and joyful connections to other pilgrims from around the world.


    Kurt retired at the age of 36.  For the past decade, his travels have taken him to all corners of the world, requiring both physical and mental endurance.  We will also discuss Kurt's plans for upcoming journeys.


    Kurt's web site:  KurtKoontz.com


    Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission.



     

  • 00:31

    A Conversation about Camino de Santiago with Manolo Link & Christopher Reburn

    in Spirituality

    In continuing my series of shows about Camino de Santiago, listen as I interview a great German author and gentleman by the name of Manolo Link. Mr. Link has walked the 500-mile journey known as Camino de Santiago many times and found his own Angel & soulmate while on his pilgrimage along the Camino. Manolo has published a book about his Camino experiences. 


    Are you ready for your Camino? Listen as I ask Manolo some very important questions that everyone travelling the Camino needs to know or be prepared for -- from backpacks, to shoes, to clothing, to money, to cell phones, etc! Also, learn more about the nightly pilgrim accommodations and how one prepares for the rigorous 500-mile walking pilgrimage. 


    Join us in the 2nd of our ongoing shows about the majestic Camino de Santiago!


    Learn more about Manolo Link at http://www.twitter.com/manololink


    Visit Christopher's website at http://www.reburn.org

  • 00:31

    Lydia B. Smith, Director "The Camino Documentary" Walking the Camino de Santiago

    in Spirituality

    NWP welcomes Lydia B. Smith


    Director Lydia B. Smith was inspired to make this film after completing her own Camino in the Spring of 2008. Four years later, after tirelessly fundraising for the necessary funds, the documentary is about to embark on its film festival run all over the globe. This film will be considered for an Academy Award 2015


    The Camino Documentary is about the experience of walking the ancient 500-mile pilgrimage across Northern Spain known as “The Camino de Santiago”. The film follows six strangers from incredibly diverse walks of life as they attempt to cross a country on foot with only a backpack, a pair of boots, and an open mind. Driven by an inexplicable calling and a grand sense of adventure, each pilgrim throws themselves heart-and-soul into their physical trek to Santiago, and their personal journey to themselves. This film was was produced by Oscar nominated actor, Martin Sheen.


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  • 00:31

    A Conversation about Camino de Santiago with Christopher Reburn & Jean Callanan

    in Spirituality

    The Camino de Santiago (also known as The Way, Camino Francés and others) – the 500-mile path that starts just over the border of Spain in St. Jean Pied de Port, France. From there, the Camino winds through 4 of Spain’s 15 different regions.


    First, travelers make the grueling trek up and over the Pyrenees Mountains, and descend into Navarra – a vibrant, green expanse of mountainous highlands and home to the famous Running of the Bulls in Pamplona. Next, they pass through La Rioja – full of rich vineyards that produce the wine for which this small region is famous. The bulk of the Camino passes through Castilla y León – in which lies a terrain that many find to be the most challenging – the Meseta. This flat, seemingly endless landscape of green and wheat colored crops is said to remove all external distraction, leaving a pilgrim with only their thoughts for company.


    A rare few do the Camino in as little as 20 days, trekking close to 25 miles a day. The majority of pilgrims take between 4 and 6 weeks to walk the entire 500-mile journey. Though it is traditional to walk the Camino on foot, some elect to do it by bicycle or horse. Whatever one’s method of transportation, whichever Camino one chooses to do, and however fast one’s pace is, each of the millions who have stepped foot on the Camino feel its inexplicable magic and are forever changed by it.


    Don't miss a very special 'Camino' show with Christopher and his good friend, Jean Callanan, who has traveled the Camino, and will be sharing her experiences with us. Ms. Callanan has been largely responsible & instrumental in helping turn a previously unknown author (Lorna Byrne) into a household name all over world. Lorna & Jean are cherished friends!

    Visit Christopher at http://www.reburn.org

  • 00:59

    The Storytellers Way, The Camino, and Personal Healing.

    in Spirituality

    International storyteller and storytelling teacher Sue Hollingsworth (UK), shares with us her own healing on the Camino, and some of her journey over the last 18 years. Sue also comments on the growing interest worldwide to share our personal stories, the effects, healing and the sense of Community this brings. Join Caroline Welkin and her wonderful guest, sit back and listen to the stories . . .

  • 01:09

    Spiritual Happy Hour Walks the Camino with Sonia Choquette

    in Spirituality

    Spiritual Happy Hour Walks The Camino with Sonia Choquette hosted by #Janellehoyland and Jennifer Louzioits.


    We are so excited to Welcome Sonia Choquette as our speical guest next Wednesday, October 22nd at 1:30 Central time/ 2:30 Eastern time on #spiritualhappyhour on Blog Talk Radio.


    Sonia's work inspires people to live more authentically in their spirit- living a life that is intentionally created versus a living a life that is fear driven unconsciously.  Her work with people has lead her to write 14 New York Times Bestselling Books and speak and teach all over the world.  Her most recent soul riventing, authentic book, Walking Home A Pilgrimage from Humbled to Healed, causes you to shift your perception about your own life in a very honest way. 


    We started reading Sonia's books in 1996, went to many of her workshops and met in 2008 at  Translucent You, Sonia's healing event in Hawaii. with that meeting the spark that is #spiritualhappyhour was born.  We are so excited to share space with Sonia.


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  • 01:02

    Synchronicities: Spiritual Messages-Susan Mann Spanish Camino Pilgrimage

    in Self Help

    Magic of communicating with universal intention or spiritual guides may be demonstrated by Susan Kenney's experience with "SYNCHRONICITIES."  Susan Kenney experimented with such Synchronicities before and during her spiritual quest or spiritual pilgrimage in Spain.  This famous walk is called Camino of Santiago de Compostela and begins in northern Spain.   Susan Kenney's walk through life began decades ago when she learned the value and intricate messages that communicated to her through signs, symbols, apparent coincidences and "angel" whispers, the tingles Susan Kenney would receive when something significant would be occuring.  Join us for the magic, the mystery and the lessons in listening to the realms of the unseen.  


    Susan Kenney author of My Camino and Confessions of a Pilgrim and is also a Life Coach, a guide for walking through the Camino and dealing with the post-camino blues when re-integrating into family, work and pre-camino home.   She can be reached through:  suekenney.com.


    Dr. Carol Francis helps individuals as a Clinical Psychologist, Family Counselor, Life Coach, Hypnotherapist and Reiki Master also trained in many spiritual tools such as SoulJourneyTools.com.  For consultation, DrCarolFrancis.com at 310-543-1824 within the Los Angeles Area or via telecommunications.   Other radio show interviews at DrCarolFrancisTalkRadio.com or here at BlogTalkRadio.com/dr-carol-francis

  • 01:08

    "Walking the Camino" Filmmaker Lydia B. Smith

    in Spirituality

    Lydia B. Smith, producer and director of the highly acclaimed, award-winning documentary Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago, shares insights from filming this remarkable pilgrimage on the trail and into the soul - a journey she herself has experienced.
    Called a "brilliant documentary" by Martin Sheen, the Oregon-made, non-profit film has resonated with audiences on 3 continents since its debut in April, selling out immediately and winning multiple awards at film festivals.
    Over 1200 years ago, Spain's 500-mile-long Camino de Santiago trail served as a major passageway for millions of pilgrims during the Middle Ages. Today, several hundred thousand people a year descend on the mostly unpaved path with little more than a backpack and a pair of boots. The film journeys into the hearts and minds of 6 modern-day pilgrims, exploring not only the physical challenges of the journey, but their personal paths to fulfillment.
    Lydia B. Smith makes her feature film directorial debut with Walking the Camino. The veteran documentary filmmaker lived in Barcelona for 6 years. Over the past 2 decades, she has produced hard-hitting specials for CNN and PBS, as well as her own educational shorts.
    Walking the Camino is coming to Portland for an exclusive 1-week engagement at the Hollywood Theater starting Sept. 6. There is also a fundraiser on Sept. 8.
    Web site:  CaminoDocumentary.org
     
    Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission. "Walking the Camino" audio clips are copyrighted by Lydia B. Smith and used with her permission.

  • 00:30

    Top 101 Best Written Shows, Drinking Ale Camino & Watching Dodgers-Padres

    in Sports

    Every week we will be discussing various topics that fall under any of the following categories: Sports, Poker, Entertainment, Beer and More. (S-P-E-B-A-M) The format will be to discuss three or more topics planned in advance while watching and commenting on a live sporting event and drinking and rating a beer I have never had before.


    Today's Agenda:




    Drinking a Tap It Brewing Ale Camino Amber Ale



    Watching the Los Angeles Dodgers & San Diego Padres game live



    Talking about the Writers Guild 101 Best Written Shows



  • 00:24

    Live on The Camino de Santiago.

    in Spirituality

    Slade is walking the Camino de Santiago and he invites you to join him with Live and direct as he walks the Camino across Spain.

    Authenticity Radio will be following his progess along the way.
     

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