Brooklyn, you by no means stop to amaze. What an unbelievable tapestry of power we wove collectively in Prospect Park on Sunday. A passerby commented to me, “That is what the world wants proper now. We have to be coming along with strangers. Like this. That is how we construct belief with our neighborhood once more, that is how we bridge the divide. You must do that each weekend.”
Whereas our weary crew may need objections to it taking place each weekend, we’ve got to confess that this was therapeutic balm after nearly two years with out giant gatherings. Like clockwork, the key sauce of connecting in neighborhood seeped into the container we name Wanderlust, and hearts have been opened, minds expanded, and hugs made a comeback like no one’s enterprise. Whether or not you have been there in individual or on-line, thanks for becoming a member of in.
Chelsea Jackson Roberts held the area (and stage) superbly for us all. Taryn Toomey, founding father of The Class, supplied a beautiful heart-centered cathartic follow that was a spot-on holistic exercise—and work IN—for our neighborhood (playlist here).
Seane Corn did what she does greatest, offering broader context for WHY we follow. “Yoga isn’t in regards to the stretch… it’s in regards to the attain.” With DJ Taz Rashid’s soundbed, it made for a strong follow certainly (playlist here).
Rev angel Kyodo williams shared a meditation that was a pitch excellent information again to self—again to belonging. “You deserve to recollect who you’re.”
Rev. angel was accompanied by Wanderlust OG Garth Stevenson, who teamed up abruptly visitor, Sonya Kitchell, for an ethereal “What a Fantastic World” that supplied the proper bow on the follow trifecta. Your entire arc of the expertise was profound. We hope you agree.
We’re deeply grateful to our companions who made the occasion potential, together with Sweaty Betty, Nirvana Water Sciences, and Volvo, who you’ll hear from beneath, together with a handful of companions who assist make the magic occur at our occasions. We’re grateful to them, and we’re grateful to YOU for popping out and making it magical. We love you, Brooklyn.