Monthly Archives: September 2013

Arianna Huffington: How To De-Stress With The GPS For The Soul Mobile App (VIDEO)

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IMG_0618Arianna Huffington: How To De-Stress With The GPS For The Soul Mobile App (VIDEO).

Here is a very nice App to have on hand when you need help calming down, need to take a break, bored with life, need motivation, find yourself lonely…..and you can add more scenario to this list….but instead of making a list, go to the App Store and download it!  It’s Free!  It can be customized and link to other of your favorite things like your own pictures and music. You may  share it with your friends or keep it private.  I give it all thumbs and toes up!  Thanks to the Isha Foundation USA for creating such a wonderful environment and World Peace Day Program.  I had an opportunity to see, hear, learn, think and reflect on new and old ideas that resonate with qualities that are necessary to cultivate for weaving Peace into every moment, and yes that is definitely possible and not utopian.  When at the App Store, look for GPS for the Soul.

The image is the QR to download this blog to your Kindle or Kindle app on any device, and there is a small one dollar a month fee.  Happy Apping! Please share……Namaste OM

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▶ The Kashmir Concert – LIVE – Zubin Mehta and the Bavarian Orchestra – YouTube

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▶ The Kashmir Concert – LIVE – Zubin Mehta and the Bavarian Orchestra – YouTube.

Thanks to YouTube we can watch this historic concert from our armchair. Click the text link and Enjoy!

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Our magical Tulsi, Know why you need a tulsi plant in your home ?? | Green Yatra Blog

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IMG_0796Our magical Tulsi, Know why u need a tulsi plant in your home ?? | Green Yatra Blog.

Do click the link above to read about the many benefits for Tulsi.  I drink it as a tea almost every morning and when in India I just use the fresh leaves, almost everyone’s home has at least one plant,  to brew my cup of tea.  Organic India has now in the USA many flavored varieties available in stores, in tea bags.  When using herbs remember its like cultivating a garden but within your tissues and cells so it has to be attended to daily to keep the benefits growing in and around the cells.  Don’t ever expect to reap the benefits with a single application, it has to be an ongoing ritual.  Tulsi is a herb and doesn’t have any caffeine or chemicals (unless pesticides were used on the plants).  Thanks to Lalitji for posting this and to Green Yatra Blog for an excellent post!

Here’s to your good health! OM