- Keeping it realby Kheyrneki from South Africa
Nathan has a beautiful ability to take guests on an enquiring journey filled with humour, that brings true gifts to the audience.
- One of a kind!by RndRdd from United States
Love this intensely personal and insightful podcast. Nate goes where few other dare to go! Keep on keepin' on!
- good vibes and heartfelt conversationsby Elena Isabella from Switzerland
I just started listening to Nate's wonderful podcast a few days ago and I LOVE it. It's so real, vulnerable and easy to identify and connect with. Also the people who are being interviewed are just as lovely as Nate himself and it has been making a truly difficult phase of my life a little brighter and given me hope and strength to continue going my own healing journey. Thank you, Nate! For the good vibes and meaningful and heartfelt conversations. I can't wait to listen to all the episodes I haven't heard arleady. Lots of love from Elena
- Finally catching up & well worth itby CBlueMusic from United States
Heard about the podcast a while back and so glad I finally pulled it up, subscribed, and caught up on some great talks. Resonant and worthy work. Well done Nate please keep it up.
- Beautiful episode about moving through hard timesby KatieCurtin from Canada
What a delightful interview with Nate and Alex! This refreshingly, vulnerable conversation delved into the topic of navigating "the dark night of the soul.” This was coupled with Alex's simple, fun tips of how to integrate self-care and mindfulness practices into everyday life. I especially appreciated the stories about sacred times of experiencing creative flow, the sheer exuberance, and gratitude they felt when singing or listening to the songs of others when unencumbered by concerns of the ego. I loved the discussion about the importance of letting go of false personas, such as being the ideal yoga instructor or performing artist. Both Alex and Nate talked with depth, compassion, and humor about their journeys, of getting out of the traps of perfectionism and busyness and cracking themselves open to another way of living.