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Ask {Waylon’s Mama} Anything about Mindful Communication & Writing as Meditation.

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We hosted a free, live training and invited our readers to come prepared with questions to ask Linda Lewis, Mama of Waylon Lewis, our Editor-in-Chief, and founder of Elephant Journal. If you missed it, check out the video replay below:

“Through practicing quieting oneself, then opening further and expanding, you begin to actually feel peaceful and can radiate that peacefulness into the world with confidence.” ~ Linda Lewis

If you missed it:

Elephant Academy has a mission to train the next generation of mindful communicators. Join us for this free opportunity with Mama Lewis, aka, Linda Lewis: a senior Buddhist teacher and longtime writing professor at Naropa University & elsewhere. Her writing exercises and sweet, calm inspiration never fails to get your pen moving.

Come prepared to riddle one of our most loved guest lecturers in the Elephant Academy with all of your burning questions.


Become a part of the solution: empower yourself to do what you love with the good people behind Elephant Academy.

Take the leap: apply for Elephant Journal’s Summer 2018 Academy.

Do something kind with your work, do something of benefit with your life, do something joyful with your service.

Join us, find your path.


Learn more about Elephant Academy and our Apprentice and Auditing Programs here.

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