Yoga can be a great workout for many reasons; not only does it help you stay physically fit while working various muscle groups, but it can also help to boost your mental health by allowing you to meditate, get centered, and reduce stress. That’s part of the reason why so many Americans have turned to yoga over the years for
Talk and discuss A talk about the food we eat and the various far-reaching effects of this common activity. We touch on the following: Misusing the word love Oral vs. visual ingestion Economics of dairy: milk & money Eggs and manifestation of exploiting the feminine Examining the energy of dairy production: abuse of sex, family, and the feminine Michael Vick
I’ve been hearing about Elixir over the past year and some change now. Always here and there though. And usually met with a skeptical curiousity with no time for philosophy of syntax. While the curt ‘tude serves as filter for most noise behind the “shiny new tools” din that comes with our accelerated age of technology, this signal has persisted.
Here we take a look at author Rhea Ghosh’s book about the usage of elephants in India for religious feasons. “Gods in Chains” is available on amazon here – https://amzn.to/2xhIJtx The video includes footage from the similarly titled documentary by Sangita Iyer – Gods in shackles (movie trailer) – on amazon movies here – https://amzn.to/2xrsFow
I had a wonderful time discussing a few of my favorite things (veganism included) with the presenters at Wazobia MAX TV in the city of Eko (Lagos), Nigeria. Healthy skeptical side glances made the experience all the sweeter. Disclaimer: I am so grateful that Spirit speaks through me, but I must humbly reiterate to viewers that I am only an
I recently had the pleasure to sit with the founder ofLA African to discuss some of my favorite topics: Africa, yoga, and vegan life. It was a real pleasure and allowed us to talk about the grandly beautiful intersection and reflection of the Divine essence. Enjoy!
This is probably one of the most important books currently in circulation. It easily takes it’s place amongst the leading sources of vegan thought and philosophy. Dr. Will Tuttle takes a beautifully holistic walk through humanities dietary choices. This book looks at one of the most common human activities (eating) and approachesit from spiritual, mental and physical perspectives. I found
Take a fascinating glimpse into what would probablybe called a myth ifGeorge H. Westbeauhadn’t writtenthisbook. Little Tyke is a true-to-life story about a vegetarian lion. After giving it a read I decided to make avideo excerpt and quick review. I was really touched by the realizations revealed in the excerpt. Checkout other reviews on the book Video Reading & Talk