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Posted by admin on January 11, 2014 in Inspiration
Welcome to part one of our four-part exploration of “Love Your Enemies” by Sharon Salzberg and Robert Thurman. In this module, we will explore Part One: Victory Over the Outer Enemy.  By now, we hope that you’ve ordered and received your copy of the book from Hay House, but if you haven’t, you can order it here with a special Wanderlust 50% off discount (enter code 5758 at checkout) and...
Posted by admin on January 10, 2014 in Yoga
Welcome to “Kali's Liberation with Sianna Sherman": part four of our four-part series exploring Gods and Goddesses with Mythic Yoga Flow’s Sianna Sherman. We are thrilled to have our dear friend and frequent Wanderlust collaborator, Sianna Sherman, contribute these four insightful vignettes into the qualities of the Gods and Goddesses that you’ve come to be familiar with in your yogic...
Posted by admin on January 9, 2014 in Nourish
When I left my small hometown of Hudson, Massachusetts a year ago to join WWOOF (WorldWide  Opportunities  on  Organic  Farms) on  the  island  of O'ahu, I wanted to reconnect my roots back to the land.  I started with the basics: learn how to grow my own food.  My path then lead me to Kahumana Organic Farm and Café.  The...
Posted by admin on January 8, 2014 in Inspiration
Truth be told, I hate blogging. I don’t read a lot of blogs, I have tried and failed twice to start my own, and I display Olympic caliber procrastination when I’m supposed to be writing one. Despite all my vocalized ranting about health, lifestyle, body positivism, feminism, realism, why everybody is getting everything wrong all of the time, etc., I just can’t seem to sit down and write about it...
Posted by admin on January 7, 2014 in Inspiration
In 2004, Malia Hill was dragged to a yoga class by a friend in Hawaii. She felt overworked, overweight, overstressed, and very disconnected from her body. Through yoga, she made changes to her life that she had always been afraid to make. After years of practice, she is the co-owner of SupAsana East Bay, where she runs BOGA Yoga Stand Up Paddleboard classes.  Read on about how yoga changed...
Posted by admin on January 3, 2014 in Mindfulness
~ by Gadadhara Pandit Dasa New Year's resolutions are hard to maintain. We are very familiar with the routine where we feel Gung-ho about a change we want to make and a few weeks into the New Year, the resolution is already slipping away. Even having the desire to make a change, in my opinion, is praiseworthy and deserves a pat on the back. What to speak of actually following through on it...