The Wanderlust Podcast Is Here!

You can now listen on-the-go to the Wanderlust Speakeasy, our inspiring lecture series.

We love a good podcast. It’s the only form of media truly suited to multi-tasking. You can listen while you commute to work, cook dinner, clean, work out, take a walk—anything, really.

And today we’re pleased to announce the official release of the Wanderlust Speakeasy podcast! The Speakeasy is our lecture series on subjects pertaining to the mindful life. Maybe you’ve caught one at one of our events, or maybe you’ve seen a video of a past talk online. Now there’s one more way to easily access these inspiring talks: right through your headphones or speakers.

For the first season of the podcast, we’re releasing some of our favorite talks about living a spiritual life. We’ll hear from such acclaimed presenters as Seane Corn, Elena Brower, Gabby Bernstein, Moby, and the late, great Wayne Dyer. Our first three episodes are out now, and we’ll release a new one each week. Episodes are free to download and are available across many platforms, depending on your device.

How to Listen

There are a few ways to listen to the Wanderlust Speakeasy podcast.

From a Desktop:

If you’re on a desktop computer, subscribe on iTunes here, or click over to our podcast page at All episodes will appear there. Just press play!

From a Smartphone or Tablet:

iPhone or iPad:

Open the Podcast app that’s pre-loaded on your phone. Tap over to Search, type in “Wanderlust Speakeasy,” click the logo, and then hit subscribe. Once you’re subscribed, new episodes should download automatically.

Android smartphone or tablet:

Open the Google Play Music app. Tap the menu screen on the top of the screen, then tap Podcasts. Tap the Search button, type in “Wanderlust Speakeasy,” click the logo, and then hit subscribe. Check the box next to Auto-download to download new episodes automatically.

It’s that easy! We’re so excited to shares these talks with you over the next few months. Subscribe, share it with a friend, and let us know what you think. We’d love your feedback at