This week on THE SKINNY CONFIDENTIAL HIM & HER PODCAST…
( 0:55 ): Welcome back to TSC HIM & HER Show. #413: On today’s episode we are joined by wildlife and literacy activist Boyd Varty, author of the memoir Cathedral of the Wild, and recently The Lion Trackers Guide To Life. Boyd joins the show today to discuss how we can learn to connect with nature more to heal our trauma and find the track of our life.
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS WITH
( 4:12 ): Michael asks, “How do you introduce yourself at this point?”
( 7:33 ): Lauryn says, “You mentioned three huge traumas.”
( 8:53 ): Lauryn asks, “What did they want? Money? Your mother?”
( 10:28 ): Lauryn asks, “And then after this you get bit by a crocodile?”
( 11:43 ): Lauryn asks, “Was he not worried about the crocodile himself?”
( 12:39 ): Lauryn asks, “What was the recovery like?”
( 17:17 ): Michael says, “I think a lot of people would envy the way that you grew up and some of the experiences you got to have. And I wonder, from your perspective you know seeing both cultures, why come over here? Do you miss that culture more?”
( 20:38 ): Lauryn says, “You mentioned a third trauma. Can you speak on that?”
( 26:58 ): Lauryn asks, “Are you not scared to be around all these wild animals?”
( 24:24 ): Lauryn says, “So if there’s a huge loon sitting exactly where I am, you’re completely fine with it?”
( 25:56 ): Lauryn asks, “Can you pet the lion if you get in the right space with him?”
( 29:17 ): Michael says, “Speaking of 1000s of years and people on the plains, it sounds like many of your experiences and teachings are from some of these people of the tribes. Maybe you can talk about that a little bit.”
( 36:27 ): Lauryn says, “You lived in a tree for 40 days.”
( 36:51 ): Michael asks, “And just for context, how far away were you from civilizations or people?”
( 41:02 ): Lauryn says, “There’s no menu or Postmates. What are you eating?”
( 44:37 ): Lauryn asks, “Did you miss sex? Did you food? Did you miss connection with a partner? Like what did you really miss when you were out there.”
( 45:08 ): Lauryn asks, “And are you in a relationship at this moment?”
( 45:26 ): Lauryn asks, “Did you develop a pet? Like a friend?”
( 46:19 ): Michael says, “I was going to ask you; what did you bring out there with you? Like what were the items?”
( 46:54 ): Lauryn asks, “What was the most dangerous animal you say when you were out there?”
( 48:31 ): Lauryn asks, “Any bugs that you’re eating?”
( 51:38 ): Lauryn asks, “Was there any plant medicine involved?”
( 56:18 ): Lauryn asks, “If you could give our audience three things that you learned from that incredible, six week experience, what would those things be?”
( 58:49 ): Lauryn says, “Tell us about your both your books, but especially the one that just launched.”
( 1:02:21 ): Lauryn says, “You mentioned, and before you go I would love for you to speak on this, you have practiced with plant medicine.”
( 1:05:53 ): Lauryn asks, “Is there any like actual pattern, or is it just kind of when you feel the need to do it?”
( 1:07:52 ): Michael asks, “Is there something that you think westerners, or people in this culture, would get a benefit from? Maybe a practice, an idea, concept, a mindset.”
( 1:12:15 ): Lauryn asks, “Where can everyone find you on Instagram and your book?”
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