In our increasingly distracted world, many have found sanctuary in the podcast.
By quieting the noise around us, we create the opportunity to turn inward and listen to the voices we choose to hear. The thoughtfully selected stories and accompanying commentary that these podcasts offer can be a source of personal discovery, exploration and growth.
In this new series produced by the award winning Hana Walker-Brown, we explore the the stories that define people’s lives. Our first series of episodes uncovers how people have found or lost themselves through religion, drugs, and sex.
Presenters Nathalie Nahai and Aaron Balick guide us through these narratives, asking the underlying question:
What is the “self” and how do we find it?
Michele - Death, Loss, Initiation
In this episode we meet psychotherapist Michele, whose early life was marked not only by the overcoming of childhood deafness, but by the loss of her father, mother, and eventually her sister too.
When she experiences a crippling accident and finds herself being called to the jungles of Peru, she embarks on a journey that will change her life forever.
Erika – Believer, Atheist, Priest
Many of us have experienced the loss of a loved one, and many too, have experienced a loss of faith.
But what happens when both come together, when you lose your faith at a time when you probably need it the most?
In this, our second episode, we take a deep dive into one woman’s story of losing both her mother and her religion at the same time.
Jack – Sex, Drugs, Recovery
In our first episode we follow the story of Jack.
We are all familiar with what might be called the archetypal story of recovery from addiction which requires one to hit “rock bottom” before being fully able to commit to recovery.
But what brings one to rock bottom later in life, can originate from a chain reaction that starts surprisingly early.
Teaser - Sex, Drugs, Religion
In this new series presented by Dr Aaron Balick and Nathalie Nahai we explore the stories that define people’s lives.
This teaser uncovers how people have lost or found themselves through sex, drugs, religion and nature.
Nathalie and Aaron guide us through these narratives and ask the underlying question… What is “self”, and how do we find it?