Nic is a Relationship & Intimacy Coach and Psychotherapist and an author. In our conversation we talk about balancing love and tough love in men’s work, Nic’s PTSD journey, tantra, rites of passage and plenty more. Website: http://www.nictovey.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nictovey/ Amazon book: https://amzn.to/30EZeyj
“The warrior archetype is a strong, powerful, masculine archetype. He’s a great archetype for just getting shit done!”Archetypes are universal, inborn personality traits that have been referenced throughout human history.They were introduced to the field of psychology by Carl Jung, who identified twelve major archetypes, but also believed there was an infinite number of potential archetypes that could exist. An example of a masculine archetype is ‘The Warrior’ archetype, which is particularly useful when you need to take action.In this interview, Nic Tovey explains why the warrior archetype is so powerful and how you can access your inner warrior. What you’ll learnAbout Nic’s new book: The (Re)Volutionary ManThe Pillar of Potency – 4 step model:PresencePowerPassionPurposeWhat are archetypes?What is the Warrior Archetype and how do we embrace it?Joseph Campbell’s formula for the hero's journeyWhat are some masculine and feminine archetypes that we can all tap in toWhy we need polarity in our relationshipsMore informationShow notes and links to references used in this interview are available at https://thedadtrain.com/41 About Nic ToveyNic is a Relationship, Intimacy and Sexuality Coach, who wants to help people experience a rich, joyful and authentic experience of life through their relationships, their love life and their life’s work. He can be found at NicTovey.com Nic was previously on The Dad Train Podcast in episode 22 talking about Conflict and Intimacy In Relationships.
The (R)Evolutionary Man - A conversation with Author Nic Tovey
The Aligned Purpose Podcast (The APP)
Season 2 Episode 2: Tune into this incredibly inspiring conversation, with Amazon Best Selling Author Nic Tovey. Nic lives in Byron Bay, Australia and has just written his story titled the (R)Evolutionary Man. Nic shares on this episode his inspiration from Brene Brown on how to live a more vulnerable life. Nic drops a lot of wisdom in this call and breaks the old paradigm of what it means to "Man Up", "Be a Man" etc. Nic Tovey works with Men and Couples to help them experience life from a place of freedom. To connect with Nic, or to check out his services and book head to: nictovey.com IG: @Nictovey Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgMake sure to head to Amazon and rate his book after you've read your copy! To get into Coffee Club the exclusive and inclusive membership platform hosted by My Aligned Purpose head to https://www.myalignedpurpose.com/coffeeclub Make sure to follow along on IG @Myalignedpurpose & @Learnwithnic
Managing Conflict In Your Relationship, with Nic Tovey
The Dad Train
Nic Tovey is a Relationship Coach who helps individuals and couples improve intimacy, sexuality and emotional connection in their relationships. Nic believes that conflict is an important part of intimacy but something that most couples struggle with. In this interview, he explains why and provides tools and strategies that can help you deal with conflict in healthier ways. What you’ll learnWhat does a relationship coach do?Some common issues Nic helps his clients withThe fundamental skills that we need in intimate relationshipsWhy conflict is important in relationshipsHow to do conflict the right wayWhy men are not very good with emotions How to teach your children about emotionsNic's story of self-discovery and evolutionThe coaching programs Nick offers for couples and individualsMore informationShow notes and related resources available at https://thedadtrain.com/22
In this episode of Authentic Sex Juliet talks to Relationship and Intimacy Coach, Nic Tovey. Juliet and Nic explore the four pillars of a revolutionary relationship, how to support each other in effective listening and authentic expression, how our core wounds of abandonment and smothering can play out, and what it means to have relationship agreements. This episode is for anyone wanting to learn more about authentic relationships and powerful partnerships.
The Divine Feminine is not only for women. It is in fact a very important topic of discussion for men too as we all try to find our way in life balancing our feminine and masculine sides. Coach and counsellor Nic Tovey shares with us on The Priestess Podcast today his personal journey with the Divine Feminine as a man and how it impacts his work with both men and women and his personal journey of ‘inner marriage’ and how it can be something we all commit to.