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"When your world is small, your problems get big. When your world is big, your problems get small."

Since I first experienced my first earthquake in 6th grade, I've been dreaming of and yearning for opportunities to "feel small", or rather have my world feel big. I was fortunate enough to end up in Bali, Indonesia in November of 2017, where I came face to face with Mt. Agung as it was erupting.

This podcast is the first episode of Wander Where This Goes, which seeks to dig into curiosity, step into the unknown, NOT taking the easy route, to find what lives behind a question.

 In today’s episode, I talk about:
  • A personal story of a few moments in life, turning into adventure and unknowns
  • Discovering and exploring questions like, "What is my breaking point?"
  • Tools: a physical practice to transform fear into excitement.

Here are more images and a video from my time in Bali during the volcano hike and Mt. Agung eruption.

Sunrise breakfast on Mt. Batur with a Gray Macaque monkey

Eruption at Mt. Agung

Sunrise with Mt. Agung

Climbing Mt. Batur, up and down barefoot

24hrs before Mt. Agung erupted

In the Red Zone, a proximity in which debris can fall and be deadly.

Thanks for Listening!

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So yes, please do leave me a review on iTunes. However if you have feedback, please send me a comment or message directly for how to improve in the future.

Stay curious.

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