Thursday, June 26, 2014


Namaste readers! I probably should have written about this milestone when it happened, but recently my blog has hit the milestone of 10,000 views! I don't know how many of those were legitimate versus how many were spam bots trolling the web, but regardless, this is a big milestone and I want to thank everyone who has read my blog. You readers are the reason this blog is still around, so again I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

I think I will mark this milestone with a dream I had tonight, which I remember very vividly and I hope to share with you readers. This is partially to write this down, as I feel it's important to remember it.

In this dream, I apparently had an opportunity to meet Lord Vishnu, which seemed unusual, but I was elated! Upon meeting him, he seemed to send me off to a female consort (who I didn't know anything about), and this consort then told me that in my next life I was going to be a tiger, and that beforehand I was to undergo some testing. As if to reflect this fact, I could actually feel myself becoming a tiger, growing the tiger fur and everything! The testing seemed to consist of me being a tiger cub (or maybe a house cat?) and testing what decisions I would make. I remember making some decisions regarding what I would do in certain situations...and then I abruptly woke up.

I have no idea what this means, if it should be taken literally, or if there's a deeper meaning, or if this dream is of no consequence at all. Perhaps one of you readers might have some insight? You will have better insight than those internet spam bots, at any rate! :-)

Saturday, June 7, 2014

On X-Men: Days of Future Past, and its Unexpected Spirituality

Namaste readers!

I recently wrote a piece for the official Art of Living blog on the recently released movie X-Men: Days of Future Past. It's been published and you can find it here:

As for what it's about, in summary it's about the unexpected spiritual angles of this most recent of X-Men movies. There are mild spoilers in this piece, but don't let that stop you if you've already seen it, of course. :)