226 episodes

FAR OUT chronicles the shared human experience of returning home to ourselves.

What does it mean to heal and follow life’s guidance?

How do we cultivate faith and connection?

What meaning do we find and give in the experiences of being human?

Always in a casual, humorous and real way, you’ll hear about Alasdair and Julie-Roxane’s ongoing journey, others’ stories as they navigate healing, meaning and connection in our current world & impactful conversations with guides and thought leaders that have dedicated their lives to the important work of restoring wholeness for ourselves and the world around us.

We’ll explore our human stories through the lens of ancient spiritual traditions, shamanism and archetypal work.

FAR OUT: Adventures in Returning Home Julie-Roxane Krikorian, Alasdair Plambeck

    • Religion & Spirituality
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FAR OUT chronicles the shared human experience of returning home to ourselves.

What does it mean to heal and follow life’s guidance?

How do we cultivate faith and connection?

What meaning do we find and give in the experiences of being human?

Always in a casual, humorous and real way, you’ll hear about Alasdair and Julie-Roxane’s ongoing journey, others’ stories as they navigate healing, meaning and connection in our current world & impactful conversations with guides and thought leaders that have dedicated their lives to the important work of restoring wholeness for ourselves and the world around us.

We’ll explore our human stories through the lens of ancient spiritual traditions, shamanism and archetypal work.

    FAR OUT #213 ~ The End of FAR OUT

    FAR OUT #213 ~ The End of FAR OUT

    This is a hard episode to publish. Often times we are asked to let go of the old before the new can be born. On the final episode of FAR OUT we share why we feel it's time to let go of FAR OUT. Deep thanks to everyone who has been a part of this wonderful journey.

    • 40 min
    FAR OUT #212 ~ Becoming a Student Again

    FAR OUT #212 ~ Becoming a Student Again

    When we began apprenticing with ayahuasqueros three years ago, we stepped into a period of intensive training. That training has deepened and broadened over the past year to include other supportive and complementary modalities including men's and women's work, vision quests and for Alasdair, recently beginning a year-long training in Hakomi, a somatic psychotherapy.

    • 56 min
    FAR OUT #211 ~ Doing the Work to Shift the Culture

    FAR OUT #211 ~ Doing the Work to Shift the Culture

    Fresh off a five-week period of deep work, including guiding three, back-to-back-to-back retreats your cohosts reflect on marriage, "the work" and what's needed to shift our cultural consciousness.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    FAR OUT #210 ~ Leaving the Forest: Surrendering to Mystery

    FAR OUT #210 ~ Leaving the Forest: Surrendering to Mystery

    What happens when Mystery calls? From the liminal, shapeshifting space of something coming to an end your cohosts explore what it means to open to new possibilities.

    • 54 min
    FAR OUT #209 ~ Preparing for Hard Conversations

    FAR OUT #209 ~ Preparing for Hard Conversations

    An hour after recording this episode, we sat down with people we care about for a very difficult conversation. In the spirit of talking about what's most alive for us on this podcast and being honest about the hard parts of our journey, we talk about the messy process of preparing for tough and stressful conversations where the stakes are often high.

    • 51 min
    FAR OUT #208 ~ Fire in the Belly: Tracking Anger, Rage & Frustration

    FAR OUT #208 ~ Fire in the Belly: Tracking Anger, Rage & Frustration

    As a culture we avoid talking about, expressing or feeling our anger. The closest we often get to it is saying we feel "frustrated" or "irritated." This inevitably leads to it spilling out sideways in unhealthy and unconscious ways. It also keeps us disconnected from a potent and vital source of energy. In this episode, we face our anger head on and discuss how we work with this tricky and powerful emotion.

    • 1 hr 10 min

Customer Reviews

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Wayne Wharton ,

Thoughtful, Inspiring, and Hilarious!

I've been listening to The Far Out Podcast for around a year now, and it is by far my favourite and most loved podcast. The personal journey Alasdair and Julie-Roxane share with us is interesting, inspiring, and frequently totally random. They have given me so much to think about over a broad range of philosophical concepts, and plenty of ideas to try out in my own life. My favourite episode is #120 - "What is Your Medicine?". Don't get scared off by the woo woo - it's a genuine discussion on what we receive from the world that helps pick ourselves up off the ground, and how we channel that energy back into what we can offer the world, which may help others. It's so much what Julie-Roxane and Alasdair are about. I love them, and I look forward to their updates every week.

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