My Camino - the podcast
Pilgrims who have walked the Camino de Santiago tell the story of their Camino
A weekly podcast featuring interviews with pilgrims from around the world who have walked the many paths to the remains of Christ's Apostle St James in Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain. Hosted by Sydney broadcaster and producer Dan Mullins, My Camino - the Podcast explores pilgrims' motivation for undertaking their Camino, what they carried, where they stayed, how far they walked each day and many other questions. Dan and his guests also explore the mystical nature of the Camino ~ and what makes it so special to so many pilgrims from around the globe. If you're a pilgrim or are thinking of walking the Camino de Santiago, this podcast is for you. Sponsor Dan via patreon.com/danmullins or danmullinsmusic.com
Angela walked the Camino in October 2018. Two things I learned from this podcast.... Angela says: “Those things you desire, but are too scared to reach for? That’s your spirit trying to guide your soul." And “....there’s something bigger there, there’s something bigger for us to realise…. we are so much more, than the roles we have chosen to play.” Enjoy this insightful podcast about learning why we're here and why the Camino chooses US.
Ruth walked up to me at a gig and said "you inspired me to walk the Camino!". Ruth beat cancer and decided to continue the challenge on the ancient and spiritual path of the Camino de Santiago. Listen to the joy in her voice, the life, the love. A fantastic journey and an even better story.
Noel Braun walks to think. He embarked on his first Camino just a few years after his beloved wife Maris took her own life. This is not a sad story, it's a love story. Noel Braun is a survivor who shares his love of life with the world.
Nicole's world changed when she walked the Camino de Santiago. She dared to ask the big questions - and dared to wait for the answers. A very special Christmas day surprise toward the end of the podcast.
Scott Peters is an organised guy, he has to be. He's an academic at the University of Wisconsin. So what happens when someone who is usually SUPER organised, decides to 'let go'? Scott's story is an inspiration, inside us all there is a calmer, less frightened us, waiting to come out. The Camino helps us emerge.