I am very happy to inform my worldwide contacts on social media of a remarkable initiative of Nshorna, my daughter, to set up a non-profit Mindfulness website and organisation to help address the rising tide of generational cycle of domestic abuse and youth violence. Continue reading
There are around six billion mobile phones (cell phones) in the world.
More than 90 per cent of adults, including teenagers in the prosperous world, have a mobile phone. Continue reading
The violence in the Middle East and the ongoing refugee wave, with displaced people outpouring from Syria and other Arab countries, is a strong call to create Mindfulness meditations in Arabic. Continue reading
I first smoked weed (marijuana) in a cave on the Matala beach in Crete with some other hippies in the Summer of Love in 1967. I never looked back from those weeks on that Greek island. I smoked marijuana and hashish from time to time in Greece, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Thailand, Laos and the rest of south east Asia. Ancient India regarded marijuana as a sacred plant owing to its medicinal properties. Hippies also adopted the tradition of thanking God (Siva) after inhaling smoke from a joint. Boom Shankar (The Sound of Siva).. Continue reading