Diane-On-Mic Walking Camino de Santiago Part 1
by Diane Wyzga | June 25, 2020 | Podcast | 0 comments
Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington, this is Stories From Women Who Walk a uniquely forward-looking, story-based podcast for anyone charmed by and curious about the power of story to profoundly and positively shift our awareness, our behavior, even our culture as well as those who wish to learn more about the power of walking to reveal the world around us and within us. Like magic, the sorcery of stories is this: they help each of us to be seen and heard, to understand and be understood.
“In the middle of the journey of my life I awoke in a dark wood where the true way was wholly lost to me.” [Dante Alighieri] Dante’s words were exactly how I felt. I was sick and tired of myself, of my story, of standing in my own way. And it’s no secret I flirted with throwing it all away. Of me, I’d had enough.
- How I almost turned around and went back home.
- Going toe-to-toe with fear.
- Walking cures fear.
- Bad Mind Radio playing voices in your head.
- Arriving at Finisterre and claiming a new life.
Here we are at the end of the road but not the journey. Thank you for listening to this episode of Stories From Women Who Walk. I hope you enjoyed walking along with me. And, there’s more to enjoy: you’re invited to stop by every Monday through Friday for 60 Seconds, Time Out Tuesday, Story Prompt Friday, and every Thursday for longer guest interviews and host-on-mic episodes. You’ll find us on Simplecast or your favorite podcast platform. Come for the stories – stay for the magic. Speaking of magic, would you write us a nice review on iTunes. You will have wonderful company as we walk our lives together: Quarter Moon Story Arts
Production Team: Quarter Moon Story Arts
Music: Entering Erdenheim from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron Music
All content and image © 2019 – Present Quarter Moon Story Arts
Diane F. Wyzga, Podcaster, Story Artist, Critical Listening Coach
Steve Schuch & Night Heron Music