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Month: July 2013

The Perfect Village

So what about the slow dissolution of the ego? Is it a good thing or not? Should we let it go and seek a unity of spirit with the cosmos or nurture it and define ourselves fully as a an Read more…


New Yoga Mat Review: myMAT by Manduka

I went with a cheap 3mm basic mat from the local big box to get started but quickly discovered that 3mm isn’t enough for my trick knee at the moment. At the same time I didn’t want something so think Read more…


Yoga, Heavy Metal and World Peace

I’m trying not to drown in the near infinite sea of information that is the Internet concerning all things yoga to the point that I’ve declared a moratorium on surfing the subject until I’m further along. There is so much Read more…


Music for a Rainy Day

I have rediscovered some of my favorite music on recent rainy day. I think I’ve mentioned before that my tastes are eclectic and the modern music distribution system hasn’t helped me settle to a particular genre. I really don’t believe Read more…


Yoga and Fitness: Some Early Observations

I’ve always had an interest in fitness and health but I’ve never found a workout routine that I could commit to and stay with. I think boredom was the most common eventual excuse for no other reason than if you Read more…


Yoga and the Deep End

It’s odd to be so close to something and be so unaware of it’s existence. It’s like living next to someone you see every day but never interact with until one day you meet on the sidewalk and an introduction Read more…


Project Update

The mead worked and worked well and I’ve moved into new batches with fruit additions (called melomels) including jalapenos and raspberry. Only one disaster so far which is a low count for me as far as new projects are concerned. Read more…