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Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis about walking our talk—every day, in every moment. It ain’t about being perfect. Waylon Lewis, founder of Elephant Journal, talks about everyday Buddhism, meditation, eco-actions large and small, and features conversations with leading mindful thought leaders, both famous and overlooked.
 
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Sarah Wilson is a mindful entrepreneur, sugar quitter, climate queen, activist, and New York Times bestselling author. Her new book, "This One Wild and Precious Life," is a soul exploration through the complexities of climate change, Covid, racial injustice, our loneliness and our disconnection from ourselves and the life we ought to be living. Wri…
 
Waylon and Elephant reconnected with famous writing teacher Natalie Goldberg about the practice, the way, of Haiku. It’s far more than three simple lines—but it’s far less, too. We touch on finding your voice, Allen Ginsberg, Hemingway, Zen, and mortality. Read the article & watch the full video: https://www.elephantjournal.com/2021/03/waylon-talks…
 
Yesterday, I got to talk (and listen) with one of the world’s greatest writing teachers. Writing, at its heart, is not about writing—but about listening, about finding our voice, about being of benefit—a spiritual path of catharsis, of turning confusion to wisdom. I fell in love. She listed three key simple, repetitive practices to this path of lis…
 
Empathy transforms stress and difficulty and even suffering into joy, generosity, and love. ⁠ Empathy is the world's most transformative emotion—and we can write our way to it. 💔❤️ Write your Heart Out with us this fall. Our full, live, original, classic Elephant Academy is back and is $200 off through September 13th with code SHAREYOURHEART: eleph…
 
Just had the honor to talk (listen) with Sharon Salzberg, a wonderful teacher of Loving-Kindness, or Maitri, or Metta—how to make friends with ourselves, so that we might enjoy empathy and be of real benefit to this world, instead of drowning in self-hate, pre-judgement of others, and war with our world. 📕 Get her new book, Real Change: Mindfulness…
 
Elephant's weekly Community Gathering—July 17, 2020. Join Elephant's (free!) weekly Gatherings live and become a part of the conversation and community on Fridays at 10 a.m. MST: http://elephantjournal.com/gathering The weekly mindful round-up of articles and resources mentioned in the meeting: It’s my Birthday today. Guess how old I am? ~ Waylon H…
 
This week, we hosted Liz Plank, one of our world’s most delightful, insightful, and incisive Feminists, as part of our Elephant Gathering & Elephant Camp (part of Elephant Academy). Waylon talked with Liz Plank about feminism, gender equality, her book, For the Love of Men, toxic vs. mindful masculinity, and how we can all join in actively in a mov…
 
“If America hasn’t broken your heart, you don’t love her enough.” ~ Senator Cory Booker Read: https://www.elephantjournal.com/2020/06/if-america-hasnt-broken-your-heart-you-dont-love-her-enough-senator-cory-booker/ Support Elephant and Independent Media. When you subscribe, you'll get to read unlimited articles, and see fewer ads. It's $3/month: el…
 
"Racism is a learned affliction and anything that is learned can be unlearned." ~ #JaneElliott Here's the full video and the landmark exercise featured on Oprah and in classrooms across America—watch and be humbled, awaken your heart, share and educate: elephantjournal.com/2016/01/if-you-know-you-arent-racist-watch-this-blue-eyed-brown-eyed-test 🖤 …
 
"It takes bravery to feel because it's unpleasant. It's scary. If you're like me at all, you might feel unempowered—which is actually a good thing for me to feel. I should not feel empowered. I should feel like learning. I should feel like listening. But that doesn't mean that I should step back. We need to all be allies." ~ Waylon Lewis Watch the …
 
Join us this Friday, free 🙏👉Waylon Lewis hosts an hour of writing, meditation, and community with 7,000 good humans from around our world. Register at elephantjournal.com/retreat to save your spot. For last week's full video, search "Quarantine Over? Instead of reverting to 'Normal,' let’s evolve to This" on YouTube.com/elephantjournal.…
 
This Friday, join us for our Elephant Retreat: elephantjournal.com/retreat ⁠ One hour of community connection, Q&A, and a little meditation. ⁠We're talking: 10 Basic Salves for Burn-Out & Everyday Depression. Bring your own ideas. Bring a friend. Let's show up for each other. You have to register, but it's free: elephantjournal.com/retreat to join …
 
This is a continuing part of Elephant's (free) Community Retreat: Dear Elephriends, Thank you for showing up—we're doing this for free, and it costs us time and effort and real money—so your showing up in the midst of your life makes it all make sense. If so inspired, text or DM a friend so we can get to 7,000 good humans, next week: elephantjourna…
 
This Friday, join us for Elephant’s (Free) Community Retreat: elephantjournal.com/retreat ⁠ One hour of community connection, Q&A, and a little meditation. ⁠We're talking: The Root of Overwhelm & How to Befriend it. Bring your own ideas. Bring a friend. Let's show up for each other. You have to register, but it's free: elephantjournal.com/retreat t…
 
This Friday, join us for Elephant’s (Free) Community Retreat: elephantjournal.com/retreat ⁠ One hour of community connection, Q&A, and a little meditation. ⁠We're talking: How to Show up for Your Sweet Self (whether you’re Quarantined Alone or with Others). Bring your own ideas. Bring a friend. Let's show up for each other. You have to register, bu…
 
Dear Mindful Community, Thanks, you, for joining. May we use that hour to invest in good loneliness, ugly letting go, less busyness and laziness, and, yes: love in service. Don't forget to read my favorite poem—it's timely, now. 👉https://elejrnl.com?p=233043 We'll do it again next Friday, and if it continues to be inspiring and fun and if you invit…
 
Write your Heart, Serve our World. As part of Elephant's (free) Community Retreat, Waylon talks about the Ideas of Love vs. Moments of Love, & the Four Kinds of Love...Inspired to join us for two more Fridays? Go to elephantjournal.com/retreat to join these Elephant trainings, free. Dear Mindful Community, Thanks, you, for joining. Nearly 4,000 of …
 
Everyone's suddenly doing webinars. We're spending more time online than ever. But if all we do during this Coronavirus time is find a new way to create busy, we'll have lost this once-in-a-lifetime chance to connect through boredom and busyness into our hearts, into active empathy, active love, into making a real change. You can do it.⁠ Thank you …
 
In honor of this strange worldwide moment, when many of us are socially distanced (you better be), we're offering a free, introvert-friendly community gathering every Friday. You can view after the fact if the time doesn’t work for you. Feels like a good time for community. We'll do a brief meditation exercise, a longer community talk/Q&A, and a br…
 
"There are going to be people and families—there already are—who are in desperate, desperate straits. And it's easy to judge other people until we feel it and we actually are brave enough to look at them. So it's not macho to go out and buy guns right now. It's macho to help a food pantry. It's macho to help our fellow citizens. It's macho to take …
 
Loving-kindness—for oneself…it’s truly tough stuff. A mindful diet does not include dieting. It includes to be in harmony with our body, speech, and mind. Here are 11 tips for loving yourself. Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recorded live at Walk the Talk Show events. Learning to Make Friends with Ourselves: Pema Chodron vid…
 
Loving-kindness—for oneself...isn’t lovey-dovey hippie-dippie. It’s truly tough stuff, and affirmations and The Secret and money and popularity and fun won’t do it. Here's how to be Happy from a Buddhist Perspective with Waylon Lewis. Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recorded live at Walk the Talk Show events.…
 
Mark Hyman, MD, is the Head of Strategy and Innovation for the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, and founder and director of The UltraWellness Center. Dr. Hyman believes that food has the power to change our most important global issues – transforming individual, environmental, economic, societal, and global health, and everything in…
 
According to Parker Palmer, there are two ways our heart can break. It can shatter into a million pieces or it can break open into greater capacity. Waylon talks with Parker about how we can make our hearts supple enough to handle that big break. Parker and Waylon also discussed how to make our lives simple without taking ourselves too seriously. W…
 
Finding Balance in Today's Crazy World. A conversation with Joanna Macy. "The ones with a broken heart are the most interesting. When your heart breaks, that's what allows the love to come through strong." ~ Joanna Macy Bio: Joanna Macy is a big deal. A sweetie. And works and plays for a better planet... joannamacy.net. Activism isn't fighting for …
 
How you start the first 10 minutes of your day does more than any other 10 minutes of your day to orient your life toward true joy or mindfulness. Here's a few life lessons on how to start your morning. Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recorded live at Walk the Talk Show events.…
 
In this episode of Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis, we are excited to bring you a preview of the audiobook version of Things I Would like to Do with You. For the full book, go to elephantjournal.com/shop or search Things I Would like to Do with You, wherever you get your audiobooks. Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recor…
 
In this episode of Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis, we are excited to bring you the first ever preview of the audiobook of Things I Would like to Do with You. For the full book, go to elephantjournal.com/shop or search Things I Would like to Do with You, wherever you get your audiobooks. Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, …
 
The Future of Yoga…or Lack Thereof. Instagram wholly has captured the attention and focus of every young yoga teacher—that’s where they blog, that’s where they post photos, that’s where they post captions. All of the great yoga teachers that are retiring now or in 10 years are basically unknown. In one generation, we have lost decades and decades o…
 
In this episode, Waylon Lewis had the pleasure of being interviewed by Namaste Jenay, a Certified Thought-Coach, Certified Transformational Life Coach, 500hr Registered Yoga Teacher, and Mindfulness Expert, for her podcast, The Soulpreneur Show. Waylon dives into his journey as a mindful entrepreneur and gives some of his best tips and tricks on ho…
 
Cheerful New Year from Waylon Lewis! In this episode, Waylon discusses what New Year's Resolutions often lack. Willpower breaks, falters in the warm trance of the present moment "maybe I'll just eat that entire cake." Motivation comes from empathy, from appreciation, and from the feeling that we can be of benefit. "What is one thing I feel compassi…
 
Waylon sat down with the founders of Pride Pads, an organization dedication to providing biodegradable sanitary pads, menstrual health education and livelihood empowerment for girls and women in Africa. If inspired to help this organization supply pads and education to women in Africa, please consider donating to the cause! $12 will supply pads to …
 
Everything we love is getting gutted because we are dependent on viral. We can’t tackle climate change if we don’t believe in it. We can’t defend democracy if we don’t value it. We can’t disagree respectfully if we can’t identify basic facts. We can’t fight prejudice if hate is more popular than love. We have to talk about the boring—but beautiful …
 
Waylon Lewis sat down with the founder of Shaman Sisters, Rebecca Keating, and learned how we can use eco and labor-responsibly sourced gems and crystals to set intentions and stay committed to our intentions throughout 2020. Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recorded live at Walk the Talk Show events. We all get 20% off using…
 
How can we make Holidays special again? The solution is not convenient—it's slowing down, being present, shopping locally from local crafts people. There’s a six-foot-five 85-year-old man who is madly in love with wood, and makes bowls and Christmas ornaments. He inspires me. I can’t tell you when, if ever, Jeff Bezos inspired me. Podcast produced …
 
“This is about changing somebody’s life, helping them sleep, and doing some good in the world.” ~ Nicole Slinger⁠ ⁠ @waylonlewis sat down with @luftbeds VP, Nicole Slinger, for a conversation about how to achieve better sleep. ⁠ ⁠ @luftbeds is giving away two free beds, one adult and one child, to a deserving Elephant Journal viewer or listener. Yo…
 
Waylon Lewis explores making friends with how we "should not" feel. There is something in fear we are inherently not ready for and we have to explore that—as Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche said, “Chaos should be regarded as extremely good news.” Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recorded live at Walk the Talk Show events. Use code E…
 
Always late for things? Waylon Lewis, founder and CEO of Elephant Journal is. In this episode, Waylon discusses how he has come to terms with being a chronically late person and how he embraces the struggles that come along with this trait. Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recorded live at Walk the Talk Show events. ⁠ Thank y…
 
We have to examine our assumptions about shaming. Next time someone shames you, try to feel it first, then thoughtfully take responsibility, respond, and don’t villainize the other person. Let’s all try to be more mindful in our lives and listen. Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recorded live at Walk the Talk Show events.…
 
In this episode, Waylon discusses what we should do if the world is going to hell. “There’s no difference between a pessimist who says, ‘It’s all over, don’t bother trying to do anything, forget about voting, it won’t make a difference,’ and an optimist who says, ‘Relax, everything is going to turn out fine.’ Either way the results are the same. No…
 
Seane Corn has long been a mentor, friend, and troublemaker—a yogi as self-critical, loving—in my world. Here's our video conversation, about her new book, Revolution of the Soul. Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recorded live at Walk the Talk Show events.저자 Waylon Lewis
 
In this episode, Waylon responds to a question from the audience: “I’m 40, childless, not making $$$. I feel like a failure sometimes.” Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recorded live at Walk the Talk Show events. Thank you to our mindful sponsor, Klean Kanteen.저자 Waylon Lewis
 
When life gets a little crazy and meditation and mindfulness and yoga and all the wellness foods aren't cutting it, what do we do? What would Buddhist say about that? Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recorded live at Walk the Talk Show events. Thank you to our mindful sponsor, Klean Kanteen.…
 
In this episode, Waylon Lewis talks with CEO and founder of Earth Hero, Ryan Lewis, about conscious consumerism—why it matters, how to become a conscious consumer, and examples of everyday products made with the environment and our well being in mind. If inspired by the products you heard about in this podcast, check out Earth Hero's website at ear…
 
“Idiot compassion is the highly conceptualized idea that you want to do good….But that doesn’t mean to say that you have to be gentle all the time. Your gentleness should have heart, strength. In order that your compassion doesn’t become idiot compassion, you have to use your intelligence. Otherwise, there could be self-indulgence of thinking that …
 
Waylon responds to a listener's question: “What would the Buddha say about when to fight? I don't want to be a pushover but I don't want to spend a second of my life fighting. I wonder, if at times, I have a responsibility to fight to ensure other people aren’t mistreated. I don’t want to fight for myself, but should I fight for others? When should…
 
Waylon talks with dancer Marlo Fisken re: her experience with Jeffrey Epstein, Sexual Assault awareness, #MeToo. Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recorded live at Walk the Talk Show events.저자 Waylon Lewis
 
“Nonviolence means avoiding not only external physical violence but also internal violence of spirit. You not only refuse to shoot a man, but you refuse to hate him.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr..Waylon answers a question from a listener: "How can we love people who are so evil?" Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee, recorded live at …
 
Waylon answers questions from the audience—how do you know if you should stay or leave a relationship? How do you handle conflict in a relationship? How do you decide if your relationship needs fixing or if you should just leave it? Do the annoying little habits your partner has really matter? Podcast produced by: Vanessa Boehm; Music by Adam Agee,…
 
Grief. We all experience it. From a Buddhist perspective, the good news about grief is that we can all let go of it. The bad news is that letting go is hard, and letting go of something or someone we hold very dear to our hearts can be insulting to our egos. But enlightenment is just that—the ultimate insult to the ego. So, we learn to let go and t…
 
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