I have been featured on several podcasts lately.
In the first one, I speak with Max Warren, a Reclaim your Inner Throne alumnus and assistant course leader of RYIT round #2. These days, he runs the Emergent Masculinity podcast, and we had a nice conversation on my background and the Reclaim your Inner Throne work.
I was very tired this day, deep in fatigue, and had to really mount my energy reserves to do the interview, but I like it nevertheless. And it was particularly enjoyable for me that RYIT alumnus Colin Treiber makes a surprise visit.
This podcast covers the following topics:
- Why we need a contemporary model for Men’s work
- The power that is inherent in surrender and self knowledge
- How we as men can better understand our Dark side
- Exclusive feedback from recent alumnus Colin Triber
- Learning how to surrender to Life in its purest form
In the second podcast, I speak with Heinz Robert of Mann-Sein, and we cover the following topics:
- How I found men’s work
- The 4 archetypes: King, Magician, Warrior and Lover
- What it means to Reclaim your Inner Throne
- Movies for personal development
Finally, I was interviewed by Johannes Romppanen for his podcast “Love is in the Air”. I expected to be interviewed on Reclaim your Inner Throne, but ended up being asked essential questions about the nature of love. I think this is my favorite of the podcasts. Johannes and I had a very rich and peaceful conversation on the the couch in my home in Oslo, and that quality comes through in a beautiful and relaxing way. Among other things, Johannes and I touch on:
- What love is for me
- What it’s like for Johannes to be dad to a child with severe cerebral palsy
- The challenges of stepping into leadership (and do you need formal training to do so?)
- Men not speaking about their inner lives
- How I discovered my work after years of spiritual bypassing
- Generational differences amongst men
- What is the role of psychotherapy?
- My controversial take on “safe space”
(here’s the Youtube talk I mentioned: “The Evolution of Psychotherapy: An Oxymoron“)
Hope you enjoy these podcasts!
Let me know what you think below.