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Podcast: Buddhism + Love with Waylon Lewis
Join us for a mindful conversation with Elephant Journal Founder, Waylon Lewis
Interview goes live on 2/4, catch it anytime after that by subscribing below:
Things I would like to do with You. is about love. A love for a new generation—a love that includes room for independence, change, humor…even loneliness. Poetically searching through four seasons, Things is a sweet book to curl up with. Shop the book here: elephantjournal.com/shop
Waylon Lewis, a second generation American Buddhist, is the founder of elephant magazine, now elephantjournal.com. A 365-day bicycle commuter, mediocre climber, lazy yogi & featured columnist for Huffington Post, Waylon graduated from Boston University’s top ranked magazine journalism school, worked with Shambhala Publications and Shambhala Mountain Center, and attended Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. Named Treehugger’s Changemaker & Eco Ambassador, Discovery Channel’s Planet Green “Green Hero,” Shambhala Sun’s “Prominent Buddhist,” Naturally Boulder’s “Entrepreneur of the Year” & 5280’s Denver Most Eligible Bachelor, Waylon hopes to serve as the Jon Stewart of the mindful life—mainstreaming meditation and eco-responsibility in a fun, yet fundamentally serious manner. “Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis” (named Top 10 Green Videos in US by MNN) has featured Deepak Chopra, Bill McKibben, Paul Hawken, Michael Pollan, Dr. Andrew Weil, Alice Walker, Seane Corn, John Friend, Byron Katie, Sharon Salzberg, Sister Helen Prejean, Robert Thurman, Sakyong Mipham, Ken Wilber & 300 others. elephantjournal.com—100% independent—has been named to 40 top 10 lists nationally and swept the recent Westword Web Awards. Connect on facebook.com/elephantjournal and twitter.com/elephantjournal (#1 in US for #green two years running). To contribute an article, email write[at]elephantjournal.com. His first four books, “Things I Would Like to Do with You,” “Eco Boy vs. Yoga Girl,” “RIP Elephant Magazine 2002-2006” and “Dharma Brat,” are due nowish.
Join Elephant Academy’s Winter 2020 Writing Course by 2/5/2020. Join Waylon Lewis and find your voice: this February and March we’ll write our hearts out. Our job is to help you to rediscover your voice and help you share it with our world. You’ll get community, mentor support, live trainings and access to Elephant’s team of word-loving Editors. Save your spot here, by midnight tonight: elephantjournal.com/academy