The 30 Walks Project

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Excerpts from The 30 Walks Project. Subscribe on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. The full series is available at Are you sometimes haunted by memories of the past and fearful about the future? Have you ever thought you might have ended up in the wrong life but you have no idea how to change things? At a personal crossroads and exiled in Paris, writer, journalist, broadcaster and musician Richard Lewis discovers the zen of walking. In the process, he discovers the gentle motion acts as a gateway to productive reverie — or unconscious cognition: a way to feel better, solve problems and generate big ideas. Over the course of 30 walks, Lewis tackles notions of self-care and psychological wellbeing in a sensitively-scored stream of consciousness, with a stated aim of lessening emotional pain and increasing personal agency. Part personal history, part self-improvement, part primer in philosophy, quantum physics and social psychology, it’s a thought provoking and profoundly moving meditation on the human condition.Read more »

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