Walking to learn and grow
One of the things I love about my walks is that they give me the opportunity to work on some personal development in the mental/emotional/spiritual areas of my life as I develop my physical health. I do that by listening to audiobooks and podcasts. I want to share some of my favourites here with you today:
If you love to read but can’t find the time, here are two great resources:
|Podiobooks.com : (from the site: The term podiobook was coined by Evo Terra to describe serialized audiobooks which are distributed via RSS, much like a podcast. Listeners to Podiobooks.com can choose to receive the episodes of their books via an RSS feed or by listening to episodes by directly downloading episodes from this site. Some listeners keep the audio files on their computers, some transfer the book to CD, but most transfer the file on to their MP3 player so they can listen no matter where they are.|
|Or you can Try Audible Now and Get A Free Audiobook Download with a 14 Day Trial. Choose from over 75,000 Titles. My family and I love the audible membership program and have quite a list of books we plan to work through. Currently we’re reading Eldest together|
I also listen to podcasts, and these are some of my current favourites:
|The Brown Sessions: Steve Brown is a great talk show host with challenging, interesting guests. You never know what you’re going to get, exactly, but you can be sure it will be interesting, and cause you to rethink some of your “modus operandi”.|
|Christian Meditation Affirmations: While I’m definitely not someone who subscribes to the “prosperity Gospel” theology, I do like this podcast as it’s a quick 3-minute meditation on scripture, and rarely on a prosperity theme. The author often focuses on who I am in Christ, God as my strength, topics of praise, and so forth. Kind of a nice jump-start to my walk.|
|Diet Science: I met Dee McCaffrey when she accepted the challenge of working with me on my “Total Body Radiance” project (but she has, unfortunately, now left the project). Her podcast is a short explanation, exploration, or teaching on some of the top nutritional discoveries, challenges, products, and myths. Always interesting, and very practical for those wanting to improve their nutritional health.|
|Get Fit Stay Healthy: Tina Anderson has created a humorous, challenging, interesting podcast on all things to do with health and wellness. Sometimes it’s “true confessions” about her own struggles, sometimes it’s a great workout plan, sometimes it’s nutrition, sometimes it’s motivation, and sometimes it’s a guest. Always, it’s interesting!|
|The God Journey: This is my current favourite podcast. Based on the books and teachings of Wayne Jacobsen this podcast has been pivotal in my life in the last couple of months. Always a good laugh, always a challenge, always something to encourage. I LOVE this podcast.|
That should be enough to get you started, anyway! I have lots more, but I’ll save them for another time! 🙂
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