March 7, 2012

The Dharma of Social Media: Creating a Better Tomorrow.

“A noble person attracts noble people, and knows how to hold on to them.” ~ Goethe

So unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you know that in four days Where Is My Guru, accompanied by Waylon Lewis, Seane Corn, and Vikram Gandhi will be presenting a panel based on social media and mindfulness at South By Southwest.

You’ve read all the details of our panel, you’ve answered our call to action, hell you even heard the co-founder of SXSW, Louis Black, explain to us that everything we try to plan for, or expect to come at SXSW will be non-existent. There is no preparation.

This video will be a part of our presentation, and it’s because of you that we were able to have it created so it seems only fair to give you a sneak peek of what we are bringing to the table.

We can’t wait to rock SXSW’s world, to go down there and show them what our community is all about.

“Yoga brought to the world a celebration of mindfulness and compassion towards others and opening ourselves to more than just the corporeal experience of human life. Now we’re doing that on the digital level. Now we celebrate the present moment more than we ever have in the past.”


Editor: Jennifer Cusano

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Where Is My Guru, a social media hub spreading the light of yoga and cultivating leadership and service in communities via an online weekly radio show airing live every Friday, 11 am EST on Blog Talk Radio. WIMG is committed to bringing mindful media to the masses and advancing the melioration of individuals, communities and the environment through the power of our collective voices. #WIMG is the ultimate cross-over social media medium delivering vibrant live discussions on air generating one-of-a-kind written interviews, and connecting individuals and the causes they support with over 50% of programming dedicated toward providing service organizations and projects a platform to spread their cause. Emulating our heroes NPR, PBS, Arjuna and the Muppet Show, we keep it thoughtful, informative, and often warm and fuzzy. “Leading you back to you,” #WIMG is dedicated to harnessing the power of social media to be the change we wish to see in the world.