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Big news about my podcast, new youtube channel.
Our podcast and video series are trying to start up again, with Molly’s help! Help support them by viewing, listening, sharing—we’ve received many requests over the last years for mindful tips and conversations and the podcast to return. Boom!
Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis features:
Waylon Lewis sat down to talk with Carmen Pratt, on vegan/climate crisis issues. She’s a young activist/influencer and she’s both inspired, and knowledgeable, and fun to talk with and listen to, and inspiring.
“I think empathy and compassion and knowledge are really key components in changing the collective consciousness to prioritize the planet as deeply as it deserves.” ~ Carmen Pratt
Find Carmen on Instagram, here. Follow her for continued empowering information.
Listen to the podcast:
A note from Waylon:
I’m once again doing a convo/video/podcast once a week. Hope you give it a listen.
I’m leaving behind Elephant’s 35,000 subscribers (Google never let us monetize) and many millions of views—and I hope you’ll subscribe to my new channel here: I’ll upload at least one video a week about everyday mindfulness and eco and meditation and relationships and food and equality and politics from a non-hateful perspective, and all that good stuff.
So, anyways, starting a new account. Subscribe! Support! Share! All the things. May it be of benefit! Be one of my first and comment if you do so.
For more mindful chats, go to elephantjournal.com/talkshow and follow us on Instagram at @walkthetalkshow.
Everything said above, repeated:
Facebook tried to kill Elephant (and just about all other magazines, newspapers, and indie web sites). But we’re still here.
Google tried to kill the rest. It demonetized our huge Youtube following, because Elephant dares talk about sexuality and de-tabooify sexual health. But we’re still here.
So I’ve started a new Youtube channel, giving up our 35,000 subscribers and many millions of views. Subscribe free to my videos here.
Meaning: I’m back! I’ll be doing near-daily videos and weekly podcasts.
Below is my new first conversation (of many 1,000s over the years with yogis, Buddhists, politicians, foodies, farmers, adventurers, scientists), from a few weeks back, with a lady who educates us like a passionate scientist about climate crisis, inspiring, thorough, caring—and models, sometimes in the buff, by way of getting folks who don’t normally care to open their eyes:
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