by Walk The Talk Show on May 23, 2013
Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis: One Take: In the Moment with Josh Fox. Fracking is not a hippie liberal environmentalist issue. See GASLAND and you’ll see it’s hitting conservatives and hunters and business owners and real estate values and children…all of us. Hard. Fracking is everywhere. Hide yo wife, hide yo kids, hide [...]
by Walk The Talk Show on May 18, 2013
Walk the Talk Show with MC Yogi at Wanderlust Festival Colorado. Here Waylon talks with elephriend MC Yogi—one of too-few yoga lovers who’s bringing our practice of compassion and presence off the mat and into mainstream culture…with a sense of humor and heart. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel. Like Walk the Talk Show on Facebook.
by Waylon Lewis on May 4, 2013
Seven Great High School & College Graduation & Commencement Speeches. A new version of a longer classic: “Education’s purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.” ~ Malcolm Forbes 1. You are not special. “Before you run off and get your YOLO tattoo, let me point out the illogic of that expression. [...]
by Walk The Talk Show on Apr 20, 2013
Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis: On the Road at Wanderlust Festival Copper Mountain featuring Tiffany Cruikshank. Here, Waylon talks with the lovely yoga star and pal Tiffany Cruikshank (and Lulu) about how to stay focused and balanced in everyday, busy life. Tiffany didn’t like the interview, since it was super short, quick and not in-depth. Things get [...]
by Walk The Talk Show on Apr 17, 2013
Subscribe to our Youtube Channel. Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis: Arjan Stephens of Nature’s Path. “Always leave the soil better than you found it. That’s the foundation of Nature’s Path.” ~ Arjan Stephens We have an eco entrepreneur crush on this good, happy, generous, caring man, his family and his company, Nature’s Path [...]
by elephantjournal.com on Jun 28, 2012
Are You Feeling Inspired?
by Lindsey Block on Oct 13, 2011
* What would the world be like if we invested 50% of our assets within 50 miles of where we live?
by Jessica Durivage on Jul 9, 2011
“It is motivating to me to be able to bring in more people who are passionate about politics and social activism.” ~Waylon Lewis speaking about the future of elephant
by Jessica Durivage on Jul 4, 2011
Here is a conversation between Redford and Waylon about why he likes to chase hot b*tches around so much.
by Jessica Durivage on Jun 20, 2011
Even Waylon Lewis (who openly hates joy, love and open hearted-ness) got a little teary eyed at the end.
by Jessica Durivage on Jun 19, 2011
More magical monkey spottings, teachers share what Hauman means to them, Kasey conducts and um…. interesting interview with Kathryn Budig who sounds strangely like Waylon Lewis and MC Yogi goes ape shit. Enjoy! Jai Hanuman!
by Jessica Durivage on Jun 18, 2011
Boulder will have the whole world chanting Jai Hauman faster than you can you can find a micro-brewery in the mountains.
by Jessica Durivage on Jun 17, 2011
Kasey Luber of Big Happy Day is strutting her stuff here at Hanuman with her camera lovin’, kirtan chantin’ super beautiful Self.
by elephantjournal.com on May 2, 2011
It was a divine pleasure to interview fellow yogi and hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons…
by Walk The Talk Show on Apr 5, 2011
Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis interviews Steve Demos and Jim Lamancusa about Goodbelly’s new Coconut Water and SuperGreen probiotic fruit drinks at Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, California. Check out more Walk the Talk Show w Waylon Lewis coverage at Expo West: Expo West Welcome, Inconvenient Truth’s Laurie David & Intent.com’s Mallika [...]
by Walk The Talk Show on Mar 7, 2011
Walk The Talk Show with Waylon Lewis was recently honored to host meditation expert Sharon Salzberg for an interview at our HQ (home/office) about Buddhism and her new book. See below for the “seven” question speed round with Sharon. Full interview will be posted shortly.
by elephantjournal.com on Mar 2, 2011
On February 27, 2011, a series of Meditation Flash Mobs sprang up around th…
by Walk The Talk Show on Feb 26, 2011
elephantjournal.com editor Waylon Lewis, twitter #1 in US #green 2010, teaches tweetdeck. Video. Waylon Lewis, twitter.com/elephantjournal and twitter.com/waylonlewis, has been named most popular green tweeter in the US Shorty Awards two years running. But, sick and tired of explaining how twitter works to friends, he finally made this video with the help of his buddy [...]
by Waylon Lewis on Jan 13, 2011
We’ve featured dozens of blogs from and about both Joshua Onysko and Alex Bogusky. And now, finally, like that old beer commercial, here’s the both of them together in one frame. An in depth look at the cosmetic market and the future of all business ethics:
by Ryan van Duzer on Jan 6, 2011
What’s a bachelor to do when he’s fresh out of frijoles and doesn’t drive a car? It’s a fun way to earn your food while breathing in fresh air!
by Anna Brones on Jan 4, 2011
Portland. A city full of coffee-loving, organic-chewing, bike-riding, Mac-using, liberals. A bubble so to say. A bubble in which many of us are very happy to find ourselves. But that doesn’t mean you can’t poke fun at the bubble. Enter Portlandia, a new series soon to premiere on IFC. One of the early released videos [...]
by Abigail Wick on Jan 3, 2011
Damn everything but the circus. -Corita Kent
by Tobye Hillier on Jan 2, 2011
County Clare on the west coast of Ireland. A hidden reef off the Cliffs of Moher and the right kind of swell, creates a wave called Aileens.
by Angela Raines on Jan 1, 2011
Photograph courtesy of the multi-talented Jason Digges. Live from ISE2: Conflict as Love. Throughout this week at the Integral Spiritual Experience 2, we’re exploring love in a particular way. We’re imagining desire as one with the very force of evolution, which also and simultaneously evolves, itself. Throughout its unfolding out of and into and through [...]
by Ryan van Duzer on Dec 31, 2010
Jumping into freezing cold water is not all that fun, it kinda hurts actually, but every year I muster up the courage to freeze off the ol’ cojones. The Polar Plunge has become a tradition for hundreds of people on New Year’s Day at the Boulder Reservoir…and the registration money goes to a good cause, [...]
by Claudia Azula Altucher on Dec 27, 2010
Original video of two characters going over the lame excuses that keep people away from yoga. What is your excuse?
by Tobye Hillier on Dec 21, 2010
I’ve been around dogs all my life. As a little fella I had a labrador called “General” ’cause he was in the army before I got him. One day, my Mum came home from work and couldn’t find me or General… I’d taken him to the little boys room with me and when she asked [...]
by Claudia Azula Altucher on Dec 20, 2010
On the 15 minute orgasm, holding your breath for over 5 minutes, losing 100 pounds and becoming superhuman. Has Tim Ferriss found all the answers?
by Celia Aurora de Blas on Dec 16, 2010
If you have a yoga practice for a span long enough, you’ll get to a point where you understand that the negative emotions that come up in you are part of the process of moving into a deeper practice. If you’re lucky enough to let yourself go there, maybe you find yourself sobbing on your [...]
by Donna Freeman on Dec 16, 2010
In Ayurvedic medicine the energy points for the entire body are represented in the ear making it an ideal site to quickly and effectively relieve stress and energize the mind.
by elephantjournal.com on Dec 15, 2010
Chakra Boxing is a pycho-spiritual fitness routine designed to enliven and enlarge your subtle body. BEHOLD! The full length DVD trailer. Enjoy! Colin Hall runs a yoga studio in Regina, Saskatchewan with his wife Sarah Garden. He is a father of two beautiful little people, has a MA in religious studies focusing on the teacher-student [...]
by Saraswati J. on Dec 12, 2010
Laughter is the best medicine. Spread the good cheer!! *Thanks to B. Free for the link.
by Nancy Alder on Dec 10, 2010
Being able to practice to a DVD at home can be a real gift to the yogi who cannot make it to a regular class. So it’s not surprising that one of the most common questions I get as a yoga teacher is “what DVDs do you recommend for a home practice?” I tend to [...]
by Jennifer Young on Dec 7, 2010
Who are you trying to be like? Do you incessantly question yourself about the direction you are taking in your life, the decisions you make or the person you are trying to be? From the minute we are born we are exposed to many experiences, television shows, magazines and role models that are part of [...]
by Lynn Hasselberger on Dec 7, 2010
World Premiere of Polar: December 8th…
by elephantjournal.com on Dec 6, 2010
When I walk into a grocery store, I wonder how we got here, why we stay here, and how we might leave. So much salt, sugar, plastic, gasoline, and cyclical celebrity gossip. (There used to be cheap paperbacks at the checkout. Now I’ve noticed cheap DVD’s have taken their place.) No one thinks this stuff [...]
by elephantjournal.com on Dec 3, 2010
The Maccabeats (all male Jewish a capella group from Yeshiva University) are celebrating the Festival of Lights in style… Chloe Chatenever lives in Boulder, CO where she is interning with elephantjournal.com and Sweet Letter Press. She is a recent graduate of the University of California, Santa Cruz where she earned her Bachelor’s in Modern Literary [...]
by Kasey Luber on Dec 2, 2010
A few weeks ago, Long Beach got a dose of Elephant Journal in the form of Waylon himself! Waylon and I attended the Leaders Causing Leaders conference, which was a huge inspirational success! Check out our video highlights as we ask…What is a leader?
by Michelle Margaret on Dec 2, 2010
How to throw a heretical holiday party. For the past several years, I’ve celebrated “Festivus,” the fictional holiday created by Frank Costanza in an episode of the ninth and final season of Seinfeld. In other words, due to my own spiritual confusion-slash-frustration with the ever-chaotic holiday season, I throw a Festivus party instead of a [...]
by Ryan van Duzer on Dec 2, 2010
It was the best Christmas present ever. I was 7 years old, still strongly believed in Santa and the sight of the shiny black BMX bicycle under the tree sent me screaming for joy! We all remember the excitement of getting our first bike. My bicycle provided me with my first taste of freedom. I [...]
by Lynn Hasselberger on Dec 1, 2010
Games that inspire sustainability. MiniMonos (Little Monkey in Spanish) –founded by New Zealander mom and entrepreneur Melissa Clark-Reynolds–is a virtual world for kids from all over the world to monkey around in. With their own MiniMonos monkey avatar, they can choose a treehouse to live in, explore the beautiful island, chat with other monkeys, and even [...]
by Tamara Star on Nov 29, 2010
This arrived today and resonated so much after writing Twisted Compassion a few weeks ago. Give me 4 minutes here, you will not be the same~it is not about her best friend dying…that’s just the frame that popped up during posting.
by Ramesh Bjonnes on Nov 29, 2010
I just love this incredibly creative and inspiring video with Jai Uttal, his wife Nubia, and his son Ezra. What do you think? Does it make you want to go down on your knees and pray? And then dance? If you are new to Jai’s music, please check out his website: www.jaiutttal.com
by elephantjournal.com on Nov 28, 2010
The master of the ‘electrnic beat of love’.
by Abigail Wick on Nov 20, 2010
Imagine marching-band mayhem sweeping the streets of Austin for a rip-roaring, romp-stomping, 20-ensemble music festival…
by Karthik Sonty on Nov 18, 2010
The current economy is pretty harsh on recent gradua…
by Celia Aurora de Blas on Nov 18, 2010
I was in a car accident in 2009 and found a kickass Chiropractor/ CranioSacral Therapist in LA named Pamela Dumond. I complained of a headache prior to one of our sessions and so she suggested we do some mouth work (CranioSacral). I was BLOWN AWAY by the shifts it made in my head. She taught [...]
by Celia Aurora de Blas on Nov 17, 2010
I got a request in the comment section on my last post called “Constipation” from Jigme who wanted more info on how to connect emotions/thoughts to the body. Well, here is the beginning of my two cents on it. Please chime in. I think this is a great topic to explore! -Aurora