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Waylon Lewis, founder of elephant magazine, now elephantjournal.com & host of Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis, is a 1st generation American Buddhist “Dharma Brat.” Voted #1 in U.S. on twitter for #green two years running, Changemaker & Eco Ambassador by Treehugger, Green Hero by Discovery’s Planet Green, Best (!) Shameless Self-Promoter at Westword’s Web Awards, Prominent Buddhist by Shambhala Sun, & 100 Most Influential People in Health & Fitness 2011 by “Greatist”, Waylon is a mediocre climber, lazy yogi, 365-day bicycle commuter & best friend to Redford (his rescue hound). His aim: to bring the good news re: “the mindful life” beyond the choir & to all those who didn’t know they gave a care. elephantjournal.com | His first book, Things I would like to do with You, is now available.
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On iTunes you can find a fantastic series of lectures by Joseph Campbell, which I have been listening to over and over again for the past several months. Netflix also carries several videos of lectures he did towards the end of his life. After listening to a lecture several times it became apparent to me just how deep and clear a thinker Joseph Campbell was. For me, it takes listening to the lectures several times just to digest the full richness of the content. What a magnificent contribution Joseph Campbell made to all who seek deeper meaning and substance in their lives.
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[…] was talking with a friend this weekend about Joseph Campbell, and Abraham Maslow, and how what Campbell tapped into that Maslow missed with his hierarchy of […]
[…] Joseph Campbell, one of the great mythologists of our time, had this to say: “…a symbol is a sign that points past itself to a ground of meaning and being that is one with the consciousness of the beholder.” […]
[…] Myth and storytelling are often highly undervalued as tools for making sense of life. I like to think there are two kinds of people where storytelling is concerned: those who read books and are entertained, put them away on the shelf and go on with their day, and those of us for whom each story shapes and changes the way we see the world, the way we pursue our dreams—the way we live. […]
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