The Consummate


Posted in animals, friendship, health, life, love, relationships, spirituality, subculture, swami satchidananda, WTF, yoga by the consummate on January 3, 2011

Ahimsa (Sanskrit: Devanagari; अहिंसा; IAST ahiṃsā, Pāli: avihiṃsā) is a term meaning to do no harm (literally: the avoidance of violence – himsa). It is an important tenet of the Indian religions (Hinduism, Buddhism and especially Jainism). Ahimsa means kindness and non-violence towards all living things including animals; it respects living beings as a unity, the belief that all living things are connected. Indian leader Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi strongly believed in this principle.[1] Avoidance of verbal and physical violence is also a part of this principle, although ahimsa recognizes self-defense when necessary, as a sign of a strong spirit. It is closely connected with the notion that all kinds of violence entail negative karmic consequences.



In My Room

Posted in art, fashion, health, life, music, neighborhood, san francisco, spirituality, yoga by the consummate on August 10, 2009

In My Room – Best Coast

When I grow up, get married, pop out a babelah & all that jazz, I want to have my own private room. It will be ALL MINE and possibly look something like this –


And I’ll play tunes like this Flat Duo Jets‘ jam (My Life, My Love)

& X’s Under the Big Black Sun

And, I’m going to lounge around in a halter & hot pants wearing shoes like these “hollywood stiletto heels” while reading the yoga sutras.

PS: you’ll have to have a secret password to get through the door.