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Travels of a Yogi: Planes, Trains & Rickshaws??? Nov 20, 2012

As I mentioned before, the energy is definitely different in Delhi.  The people getting from point A to point B by walking, public busing, tuk-tuks, buses, motorbikes and rickshaws is a bit overstimulating to say the least!  And the incessant honking!  Oy, vey!  It’s...

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Travels of a Yogi: Tales from the Taj: “Pure love is the soul of life.” Nov 20, 2012

After taking our 2 hour train ride from Delhi to Agra, we arrive at the Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Not to sound cliché, but it’s no wonder! To call the Taj breathtakingly beautiful would be an understatement. Honestly, there really aren’t words strong...

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Travels of a Yogi: Yogis on the Move Nov 14, 2012

A 3:15am wake up call roused us to catch our plane from Kerala in South India,  to Delhi in Northern India.  We were ready!  Let the next adventure begin!  As we arrive in Delhi, we meet our guide who will accompany us throughout Delhi, Agra and Varanasi.  As we navigate...

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Travels of a Yogi: Ayurveda 101 Nov 05, 2012

Greetings from the Somatheeram Ayurvedic Health Resort in Kerala, India! In previous posts on Facebook or Twitter, some of you may have seen me mention Ayurveda and asked yourself, Ayur-what??? Broken down, AYUR means “life” and VEDA means “science,” so literally, the...

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Travels of a Yogi: Banyan Tree and the Superhighway of Life Sep 28, 2012

Our quaint, little cottage at the Vivanta by Taj Holiday Village Hotel in Goa, India is flanked by two towering Banyan trees. With many branches and roots descending both downward and upward, they are beyond fascinating to look at. I am immediately intrigued to learn more. The size and stature of...

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Travels of a Yogi: India Full Circle Sep 01, 2012

As you may have read earlier, I had written about my father.  I lost him in October of 1993 when I was 18 years old after a year-long battle with cancer.

In that post, I had also mentioned that my father had lived in India as a young boy.  After reading that, many people asked me about...

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