192 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
    • 5.0 • 44 Ratings

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.

    [Repost] FAR OUT #34 ~ Reclaiming my Body: Going off Birth Control

    [Repost] FAR OUT #34 ~ Reclaiming my Body: Going off Birth Control

    [Repost] JR and Alasdair discuss birth control. JR shares her story going off birth control, why she did it and how the process went and Alasdair and her share what they use now to prevent pregnancy, as well as their thoughts on hormones, birth control and the power that comes with knowledge and self-awareness.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    [Repost] FAR OUT #45 ~ The Art of Creative Waiting

    [Repost] FAR OUT #45 ~ The Art of Creative Waiting

    [Repost] Alasdair and Julie-Roxane explore the Brother's Grimm fairy tale of Little Briar Rose (Sleeping Beauty) and what it can teach us about personal transformation.

    • 45 min
    [Repost] FAR OUT #72 ~ Don't Ask 'Why Me?' Ask 'For What?' with Mayan Entrepreneur Anita Cortez Chac

    [Repost] FAR OUT #72 ~ Don't Ask 'Why Me?' Ask 'For What?' with Mayan Entrepreneur Anita Cortez Chac

    [Repost] Anita is a force to be reckoned with. She began her business career at eight after she sold her first banana to a gringo on the streets of San Pedro and she's never looked back. In her early twenties she walked away from a life that had no place for her in it, becoming a single mother and an outcast. Anita shares her journey through adversity and how it has made her who she is today: a successful female role model who's mission is to improve the very community that once shunned her. Both uplifting and heartbreaking, her story gives a window into what it was like to grow up as a Mayan woman in a small town in Guatemala. Its a story you don't want to miss.

    • 1 hr 45 min
    [Repost] FAR OUT #19 ~ The Story of How we Met (Part 2)

    [Repost] FAR OUT #19 ~ The Story of How we Met (Part 2)

    [Repost] Alasdair and Julie-Roxane share the second part of their “how we met” story. They explore their vision of love and how they think about their relationship.

    • 1 hr 17 min
    [Repost] FAR OUT #16 ~ The Story of How we Met

    [Repost] FAR OUT #16 ~ The Story of How we Met

    [Repost] Alasdair and Julie-Roxane reminisce about their travels and how their journeys intertwined when Alasdair asked Julie-Roxane if she was Costa Rican in a chai shop in India.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    FAR OUT #182 ~ The Only Sane Response to an Insane Situation

    FAR OUT #182 ~ The Only Sane Response to an Insane Situation

    We're taking a two-month summer break from the podcast! We'll be back in September :) Today, we explore the fears that visit us on the path we're choosing for ourselves and draw inspiration from the way of the bodhisattva.

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
44 Ratings

44 Ratings

Definitely not called-out Ryan ,

Such a treat!

This is the best podcast. It scratches all of my podcast itches: spiritual, intellectual, humor, and feeling like there are friends in the room with me. There are no bad or even meh episodes. Every single one is such a treat and simultaneously completely unique and cozily familiar! I look forward to it every week. Also, their Patreon is full of goodies. <3

shoelace32 ,

Hiilarious, fun, and thorough

The Far Out podcast has it all. Eclectic topics vary from difficult life decisions to games involving French phrases and what they could possibly mean to an American. Alasdair and Julie_Roxanne are both comedians and philosophers. They have an amazing conversational dynamic and each podcast is filled with nuggets to take away and ponder later. 10/10.

mikeyimawcw ,

Sharing freely, unabashed … a breath of fresh air in podcasting

Julie-Roxane’s and Alasdair’s enthusiasm and openness are intoxicating and heart-warming. I found the podcast over a year ago, but only recently started listening. After 10-15 episodes, I feel like they are my friends. They share their experiences and thoughts on quite a few subjects, managing to do so without being preachy or know-it-alls. I’m an experienced traveler in my 60s, yet I am learning a lot from them. Thank you very much Far Out Couple! May you continue to learn, grow, and share whatever you do and wherever you are.

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