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    • 4.7, 13 Ratings

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4.7 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

angelisL ,

fulfilled.

there’s not nearly enough space for me to draw all the thoughts and colors and feelings I experience while I listen to these.
I would love to meet this man.. he has such a similar mind to me which is quite rare for me to come by unfortunately. (where’s the real people idfk)
it’s my morning go-to while i do my routine... and it brings me back to center, rather than my mind wandering to darker places.
everything is so familiar, and warm. highly reccomend watching if you are having anxiety and doubt surrounding your transition.
he is profound and gentle, and most importantly, very transparent. all of these different feelings and notions... these words bubble it up to the top. take care of yourself because this podcast holds lots of beautiful truths.

he refuses to make excuses and this is the core of living authentically. ❤️🐛

beautiful stuff. ahimsa.

all of my love,

A

Simkha ,

Just Started

so this rating may not completely reflect my views on this podcast yet. I didn't want to rate it too low, but after beginning the first podcast I didn't want to rate it too high. Maybe it's a matter of location, but in the first episode, the hosts comment on how veganism has gone from a health-based diet to more of an animal rights activist thing. Having been an animal rights activist for the last 22 years, but based in the US, I have to say that I have seen the absolute reverse. Animal rights is the phrase we've historically used, with "vegan" only (partially) describing the type of people we are. I have seen more fake (relapsed) vegans, more "vegans" who wear leather, more "vegans" who only care about their diets in the last 5 years than I had in all the 17 years before this. Maybe it's different in the UK, but where I live in the US, things are very vegan friendly if you're looking for food, but try getting a group together for actual activism and you will just hear the deep sounds of silence. So -- so far I can't relate very well to what the hosts are saying. But as of now, I intend to keep listening.

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