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Author: Dan Mullins

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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

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Bill Bennett has appeared on my podcast four times. He has walked five Caminos, directed 16 feature films and ten documentaries. His latest film, Facing Fear, follows PGS - Intuition is your personal guidance system. Bill takes us on a journey to learn about fear - why we're fearful, what fear does to our psyche, and how to live fear-free. This is a brilliant film. Trust me, you will love it. Bill is a friend, but he's also a master storyteller. You'll love this chat about overcoming fear.....and making sense of what it is that makes us fearful. Find out where the film is playing - and organise a showing in your home town, here https://fan-force.com/films/facing-fear/
Veronica Soebarto walked the Camino as an adventure of a lifetime, but soon discovered it was memories and moments from her past that meant the most to her. A rosary, a long marriage, memories of her late mother. These prayers and realisations of love are miracles we may not have found had we not set out on the ancient and spiritual path of the Camino. Veronica's life has changed forever.
Dan has retired his Camino guitar 'Stella', short for Compostella. In this episode Dan returns from the Camino with a brief summary of what the Camino is like right now and then turns his attention to a tribute to his favourite guitar.
Ty and Marguerite Chalmers are about to head to the Camino after a life of adventure, music and family. You'll love this discussion on why the Camino calls us, why we're lured to adventure and why music is the joy of life
Australian pilgrim Gabby Denvir is about to walk her second Camino, marking ten years since she and her husband walked their first Camino. You'll love how Gabby explains the beauty of the simplicity of the Camino, the small treasures, like a cup and saucer and a cup of tea. I love this episode for its gentle, simple message. Take the time to treasure the joys of life.
Harvey and Maya Jade Chiang are a father and daughter who walk the Camino creating lifelong memories. It all began when Harvey and his wife Shannon invited Maya to join the on their first Camino to break out of the shackles of Covid. They keep returning to provide Maya with perspective to help her cope with the pressures teenagers face in modern times. This is a wonderful discussion about the love a family shares and how the Camino provides ways to let our hearts sing.
Australian pilgrim Simon Keenan has just launched his new website www.wisdomoftheway.com Simon's albergue, Terra le Luz is in Monton about halfway between Villafranca del Bierzo and O'Cebreiro.  In tnis episode, Simon joins Dan in Sydney to discuss the Camino, grounding, connection and why the Camino lures us back, time and again
Kenneth Larsson is a pilgrim walking with a mission. He wants to honour his friend Kenneth McNatty who died on the Via de la Plata. This is a wonderful story of a Camino friendship, deep and meaningful and even more, important. You will love what it means to be a 'Kenneth'!!
Elizabeth Eastland is an Australian artist and writer. Her new exhibition - A Thousand Prayers / (on the Camino Frances) - begins in Sydney May 16. You'll love this chat about art and the joy of working hard to create a body of work based on the prayers and inspirations on the Camino. Opening Celebration with guest speaker Miguel Omo, discussion with fellow pilgrims Saturday 18 May, 1:30pm – 3:30pm Elizabeth Eastland in conversation with Caroline Baum Thursday 23 May, 4:00pm - 5:00pm Walk to the exhibition: Freshwater Surf Lifesaving Club to Curl Curl Creative Space Friday 24 May, 9:00am – 10:00 am Australian Caminos - Camino de Sydney (talk by founders). Saturday 25 May 1:00pm – 2:00pm To learn more about public programs or book, visit: https://lizeastlandart.com/
Jose Martinez has walked the world's great pilgrimages. Learn all about the Jesus Walk; the Inca Trail; and a five million-pilgrim walk in Mexico. Jose loves the Camino and the Camino has become his life. Enjoy his documentary on the Mexican pilgrimage to San Juan de los Lagos here
Sarah Justine Packwood is a British pilgrim who lives in Canada. Sarah found inspiration on the Camino when words and music floated into her head and heart. This is a wonderful story of finding inspiration and love in the most unlikely places - including a London bus. You can find Sarah's music on YouTube and find her blog at sarahjustinepackwood.com
Australian pilgrim Rosie Jacobs and her best friend and German pilgrim Ingo Janas walked the Camino together two years ago. They gathered again to walk what's called The DreamWay from Munich to Venice. Is the DreamWay considered a Camino? How does it compare to the most-walked Caminos? This is a wonderful story about friendship and adventure.
Bronwen Whyatt is an Australian pilgrim who simply loves the Via Tolosana in France. It's a lesser-known Camino full of French history and culture. Enjoy this chat as Bronwen and I talk music, art, architecture and maps. You can find Bronwen at bronwenwhyatt.com
Chris Lavers walked the Camino to help with his mental health, and now he's walked four Caminos. This is a great story about using the power of the Camino to clear your mind....and to encourage all of us to talk about our mental health. Share the journey of the mind with those you love. Check in, and share the love. Buen Camino. Dan.
Gabrielle Andrew and her daughter Peggy Coetzee-Andrew run the Cape Camino in the south west of South Africa. Now with 40 nights available, it is inspiring the local communities and promises to showcase the best South Africa has to offer. This is a wonderful chat about promise, dedication, effort and diversity, diversity, diversity. You can find Gabrielle and Peggy at capecamino.co.za
The trailer for Bill Bennett's new Camino film The Way My Way comes out this week. It's an incredible film and it's going to be a major part of pilgrims' lives around the world. I speak to Bill about his journey to making the film, what he **hopes** to achieve and how and where everyone can see the film. For tickets to my Valparaiso shows on Friday March 15, go to danmullinsmusic.com
Darene Puttergill is a South African-born Australian pilgrim who discovered the Camino's ability to guide the soul. Her professional life is as a mindset mentor and FasterEFT practitioner. Darene's also a Camino guide. In this episode we talk soulful journeys and spiritual harmonies. You can find Darene and Silvie at www.soulofmyfeet.com
The Gafnea family from the US found love and faith on the Camino. Inspired by family connections in Spain, the Camino has always hovered in the lives of Tim and Corey Gafnea, and their children Kate and Hiatt. They decided to walk the Camino together and it bonded them in love and faith. Enjoy Tim's song Heartbeat of the Stars at the end of the podcast.
Tessa Kuipers and Dana Catt are a mother and daughter pilgrims who walked together (also with Tessa's son Dylan) to experience the joy of the Camino as a family. As you'll hear, they faced enormous hardship, but overcame it to shine as a unit and as themselves. I can't get enough of strong, independent Canadian women!!
Canadian pilgrim Cindy McGann worked all her adult life and finally took some time to stride out on her own journey. This is a wonderful episode about taking the time to celebrate the life of work and effort so many of us pursue. It's finally time for YOU!!! If you're thinking of walking the Camino - and can't quite make up your mind - this episode is for you
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angel allen

president Trump was one of the best Presidents we ever had. The breach of Capitol had nothing to do with him. Sad that the world believes our corrupt media. Trump called for peace and patriotism. It is the Democrat corrupt politicians that called for the riots. And fixed the election. They are so afraid of him that they rushed the impeachment so he can't run again in 2024.

Jan 17th
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