Saturday, January 29, 2011

Yogi Cameron

So cool I saw this yesterday. Yogi Cameron was on Dr. Oz  Normally I don't even watch TV and especially not during the day..but who knows why, that was what happened and this is the wonderful information I was gifted with.

I always remember the first time I visited Zipolite and went to Shambhala

I arrived in the evening and in the morning when I awoke and opened my shutters I rewarded with the most incredible sunrise and 2 girls on the beach doing the most beautiful yoga poses in the sand. What a first impression!

Since then I have always wanted to do yoga. I have watched people on the beach and there is a fabulous yoga center - The Solstice, in Zipolite that I always wanted to attend... but it hasn't come together.

I have been thinking alot more about Yoga lately, but his demonstration on Ayurveda medicine really touched a point with me. Daniel -Gloria's (Shambhala Vision-Zipolite) brother had talked to me about this ancient practice, but I didn't get it. That was over 10 years ago, and now I am finally understanding this all so much more.

So I just wanted to share this info with you. I am going to buy this book today - " The Guru In You" and it's my dream that Angel and I can go to India and learn about this more and really make this part of our life. That's my dream...

12 Great Green Travel Tips- From Mexico Report

By Susie Albin-Najera
Going green doesn’t mean you have to do any extra work than you would normally do when planning your vacation. Going green simply means being conscious of your environment.  And it’s still easy to care about the environment while abroad. Here are a few simple ideas for green travel when you are on the go to Mexico (or anywhere for that matter)!
1. Chose an eco-friendly hotel supporting sustainable tourism.
2. Pack recyclable, reusable bags.
3. Take the bus.
4. Support local farmers markets, local stands.
5. Visit a botanical garden, nature park or protected coastal areas.
6. Keep recycling.
7. Walk, walk, walk.
8. Participate in a beach/city clean up days.
9. Ditch the baby diapers.
10. Rent a bike.
11. Take a reusable water container.
12. Donate clothing.

The MEXICO Report: Reporting Good News and Positive Features on Mexico