What an interesting person. Kumari Ellis has journeyed as few others, spending years in India investigating her life, her soul and her teachers. She has also written a superb book documenting her experience "Tracing the Moon".
Take some time to listen to her sharing here and then purchase the book from this delightful soul. Thankyou Kumari Ellis as you investigate and question that important idea "who am I?" And thankyou as you #walkwithme
Jo Brown is a fascinating and vibrant woman - writer, healer and teacher I met by chance at the home of a friend. She has written (almost) a definitive book aimed at opening opportunities for the feminine to profoundly influence lives at a personal level and radiate out to change the way the world works. Take a little time to listen and connect with Jo Brown at her website www.sacredunionmentor.com
Rebecca Kingsbury is a dynamic part of a men's group.
That's right, a men's group.
And she clearly isn't a man.
Spend a little time listening to Rebecca's enigmatic take on the world and the way we all interact with one another.
Another unique story in the 7 billion available to us all if we just take the time to ask. Enjoy Rebecca Kingsbury as you continue to #walkwithme
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Ben Ferris aka Ferris Gump aka Marathong challenge is an inspirational kind of guy. Just about the same time I set out to go walkingourworld, Ben stepped it up a bit and became a runner for others and for simalar reasons to Balance, Peace and freedom.
Ben's latest initiative is to raise funds and awareness and engagement with our indigenous youth, creating hope and opportunity with the Marathong Challenge.
He is also one of the people who has taken up the physical offer to #walkwithme and has done so on several occasions, including on a journey from Byron Bay to Lismore to attend the No Fracking...
Jo Heath has the biggest heart. She has taken it to India, Nepal and Uganda and directly affected the lives of many many children for the better. She continues to walk a path that gives to life and to deep compassion for the human experience. Jo's latest ad/venture is Destiny Beads, empowering women in the slums of India. Enjoy this interview with Joanne Heath and connect with her on Facebook to add impetus to the launch of Destiny Beads (and to make a magnificent friend). Jo began to #walkwithme several years ago and is a very dear friend and an inspiration. Meet Joanne Heath!
#walkwithme podcast 2. A really good friend and a man with strong opinions about the way the world works and our place in the unfolding of that. Meet Gregor Drugowitsch as we discuss life, the universe and everything. This is a man who embraces and activates the engine of social change in our times. The second interview in the #walkwithme podcast and a man that I will likely come back to many times because he has in many many ways been walking with me since the whole adventure and pilgrimage began back on Dec 21st 2012 as Gregor was one of just a handful of people who walked down Mt Warning with...