seen on pink tentacle
i am not saying this style is correct or incorrect. my teacher taught me to come down and do vinayasa between each one of these, but he also said it's OK to stay up and do them all...if you want.
8 or 9 years ago i had the great fortune to meet swami Bramhadev at his forest ashram in B.R. hills in Karanataka, South India. His humble and gentle nature, devotion to his teacher swami nirmalananda and the delicious food he lovingly prepared for us made an impression on me that i will never forget. Over the years our paths have crossed a again, and each time he continues to inspire me.
there is something different than speech
when you are observing deep silence
more tasty and more sweety
sweeter than ice cream
sweeter than any pudding.......
my friend sean took this picture of me at yoyogi park last week. i was doing my most "spiritual" pose, the one in which i look up to the cosmos in a contemplative and all knowing gaze. but as always, i look like some wanna be tough guy from brooklyn. no matter where you go....there you are!
Tebori or traditional Japanese tattoo involves using a set of needles attached to the end of a handle made of wood or metal. The tattooist dips the needles in ink and creates a tattoo by pressing the needles rapidly and rhythmically into the skin. ever since i got work done by horitakus ototosan horizakura (shinji) in nYc i prefer this style to electric machines.
for an extra thrill, TURN UP THE VOLUME.
- stylish prevention
- jesus of the toilet
- because the moon was completely dead!!!
- Yoga Instructor Still Going Strong at 83
- you can stay up, if you want
- two great tastes...
- my brother goes to agra, delhi, jaipur and nepal
- 3D anatomy models
- a wolf loves pork
- Okonomiyaki in 17 steps
- Divine Qualities
- New York City Yogis Gotta Pay the Bills Too
- the buddha and the boss
- Salary Man Man
- NAMARUPA MAHA YATRA
- Nagoya 4/17,18,19
- Toki Doki
- Beauty & Truth
- horitaku does me, tebori style
- Alan Watts on *ZEN*
- A GOOD START
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