Life is a Festival

Life is a Festival

Published by: Eamon Armstrong
36 Episodes | First Released: Nov 17 '18
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noodlestrudel
Oct 18 '19
Rating:   10
This Podcast is Important

I don’t know Eamon personally, but after casually following him on social media it has been such a treat to hear him tell his story piece by piece on the podcast.He is a wonderful host and maintains focus in his conversations with guests while allowing room for exploration of other topics. It’s refreshing to hear these novel ideas explored with a healthy dose of skepticism. This podcast finally provides a platform for the loosely connected network of people changing the world that convene at gatherings like Burning Man. A collection of these voices has been missing until now, and Eamon has done a wonderful job making these ideas and work available to a larger audience.

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waporvabe
Sep 30 '19
Rating:   10
Grounded, relevant, AND cool

this podcast illuminates thoughts and perspectives that are not always the most comfortable or popular, but authentic and thoroughly considered! I appreciate Eamon’s unapologetic curiosity, ability to not take himself too seriously, and the varying topics he curates for his listeners. I really look forward to what’s ahead for this podcast....

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adamsaintsimons
Sep 12 '19
Rating:   10
Multidisciplinary Badassery

Life is a Festival is without a doubt my favorite podcast to date. I feel that so many podcasts out there attempt to provide answers... Life is a Festival, instead, inspires more and deeper questions. Eamon has successfully curated an incredible catalogue of interviews with guest subject matter experts in a variety of fascinating disciplines. I recommend this podcast to anyone and everyone.

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Yoshin Dave K
Sep 12 '19
Rating:   10
Smart, Mind-expanding, Wide-Ranging!!

This is one of my favorite podcasts! Ramon is very smart and interesting man, and with his wide-ranging exposure and interests, he finds amazing guests. I appreciate the depth and breadth of his interview style, and I love his authentic and honest vulnerability. Really good stuff!!

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Bynyamin
Sep 10 '19
Rating:   10
Evolutionary Conversations

Eamon is a visionary edge-walker. The conversations he curates on Life is a Festival explore personal and collective edges of consciousness, design, ecology, culture, embodiment, art, and social systems. The scope of these conversations is broad but the core themes he is exploring here are powerfully focused around the evolving edge of the human experience. As a host / interviewer, Eamon weaves and adapts to each guest with insightful lines of inquiry, authentic vulnerability, and open-minded curiosity. For anyone interested in growing into themselves with new possibilities, this is a must-listen podcast!

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festivalfunfunfun
Sep 7 '19
Rating:   10
Amazing podcast to start your day with inspiration.

All of the guests bring great perspective and make me feel more creative. It’s a great way to expand your mind and start your day in a new way.

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cyber_nymph
Sep 7 '19
Rating:   10
Fantastic, Innovative, & Necessary

Eamon is by far a brilliant commentator and interviewer. His focus and investigation on the topics surrounding both the surface level and deep underground of festival culture is unparalleled. He invites us to join a necessary conversation about a world so many of us call home and to many whose curiosity has peaking through our windows. Eamon brings diverse guests to the table and explores dialogue that will leave you feeling intrigued and incredibly inspired. As someone who is a long time burner and festival participant, I could not be happier that this podcast exists.

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Mylias
Sep 6 '19
Rating:   10
Thoughtful, entertaining, and juicy

Eamon is a natural as a host, he brings out the best in each guest, keeps conversations flowing, and handles unusual/difficult topics with ease and grace. There's a lot to think about, and I love how through each discussion, this podcast brings about a sense of wonder and curiosity in a delightful way. Would recommend to a friend :)

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Bdawg421
Sep 6 '19
Rating:   10
An absolute gem floating in a sea of incandescent nothingness

After listening to the ‘Life is a Festival’ podcast, I instantly noticed hair re-growing on the crown of my head, and decades of rosacea leaving my cheeks. My posture improved, a twinkle shown in my eye, and I immediately became several times more attractive those of my preferred sexual interest. Soon thereafter, my credit score went up, and I landed my dream job in the C-Suite of my own soul.But seriously folks, every episode is full of candor, vulnerability, and impressive insight in what it is to be a human navigating the social, political, and cultural zeitgeist. Whereas others look at the world and see frightening, existential banalities and say “Nah-I’mma-Go,” Eamon and his luminous guests always see power via possibility, and say “Nah-I’mma-Stay”.Kick off your shoes, fire up the sage and relax a while with this pretty little podcast.

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thedigitalgypsy
Sep 6 '19
Rating:   10
My only consistent podcast

I burnt out on podcasts in 2018. This is the only podcast I consistently have been listening to in 2019. I appreciate Eamon’s brilliant mind, the raw / organic flow of the conversation’s, and the continual interesting dialogue with guests. Eamon is an exceptional conversationist. The topics and guests on this podcast are fascinating - he goes way beyond festival culture, covering many other topics like pyschedelics to regnerative land projects to plant medicine. Thank you Eamon for your voice in transformational festival culture and the regenerative movement.

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