Tami Simon, Founder and Publisher of Sounds True interviews spiritual teachers, visionary writers, and living luminaries about their newest work and current challenges—the growing edge of their inner inquiry and outer contribution to the world.
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Meghan Devine is so helpful but it’s hard for me to get passed the way she says “right” at the end of almost every sentence. If she would stop saying “right” as if to convince us she’s right , the message would be more impactful.
Am listening to Andrea Gibson interview second time- wow. Just knew what came their way wasn't against them. It was not their enemy. That deciding- that surrender- that transcendent realization- said so stunningly beautifully! I really appreciated their insight and the language- reflected my own experience in a way I hadn't articulated before. more
First let me say that what Tami Simon has created with Sounds True is extraordinary. Every product is held to a high standard, and I appreciate that. As an interviewer, she drives me nuts, but I listen to the podcast religiously because of the guests. I always know that I will find leading spiritual voices and life-changing wisdom.
I love this podcast. I find Tami inspiring as a host and an excellent interviewer.
Just listened to the one with Meghan Devine. This podcast and Meghan are a breathe of fresh air. The part about hope at the end was very helpful and a reframe I think I needed to hear. I’ve always had a complicated relationship with hope now I know why! Will definitely listen again! 💛
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Sounds True: Insights at the Edge launched 15 years ago and published 766 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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