We love stories. The art of talking. The ability to communicate who we are through voice, vibration, words, and energy.
The Soulwalk Podcast launched in January 2020, as Carmen headed around the British Isles. Slight pause in March 2020, with the world going into ‘slowdown’. It’s raw, rough and ready. No pretences. No polished top and tail. It’s authentic and real.
We’re talking to Soulhubbers. Those who’ve written for the Soulhub Journals. 01 was created in June 2015, and as can imagine, life has changed for many. We’ve interviewed Olympic diver and yoga teacher Leon Taylor, and our front cover artist for Soulhub Journal 05, and writer Katie Sollohub. BBC rugby commentator Sean Holley, and SH05 writer Jason Moore.
We’ve also caught up with former Chief of Staff for Oprah Libby Moore, and will be chatting to adventurers Jenny Tough and Tasha Hacker. We’ll talk to our Soulhub team of wellness experts, including Pete Warnock, as they share what’s going on for them, and for their clients in these interesting times.
And finally, when we hit the shores, we will be finding friends, local businesses, grandmothers, artists, fishermen, musicians, sportsmen, school leavers. Whoever we find interesting along the way.
Soulwalk Podcast is about you. About your stories. About what we’re all feeling at the moment on these British Isles. How is the coronavirus affecting us? Does it impact you in your town/village? Your family. What about the environmental catastrophe we’re facing. How is that impacting you in these coastal towns, villages and cities? Is there high anxiety? Are we a depressed nation? How do we celebrate life?
Life. Let’s discover it. Let’s find out what it means to you.
Our first conversation was with Debbie Clark who lives in Porlock and connected with Carmen because she loved Culbone Church, a tiny church tucked away in the valley 1 1/4 mile away from Porlock on the South West coastal path. She felt an urge to connect because of how Carmen felt in the church, and since sent a letter to Carmen with information on the church and on Joan Cooper who lived there, and wrote the ‘Corner Stones to Spirituality’.
The podcast has been made possible because Sue Anstiss MBE gifted Carmen a microphone following one of their walk and talk sessions. Tasha Hacker, who Carmen met on the Clipper Race, and sailed, drank, partied with, as supported this quest, as a writer, and follower through her own journey of Turf to Surf.
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