Modem Love

Ola sweet banjoneestas So David Bowie once asked me “Is there life on Mars?” and I answered “On Ma’s what, David?” We are all trying to get by and who are we to judge how we do it? I am just a little confused by computer dating , love bytes and all. Are we so […]

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It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll

When Mick and Keith (Jagger and Richards to the musically ignorant) were hanging out at the Ashram in the Sixties, I noticed that they were finding it incredibly difficult to sit still and relax. Desperately in competition with The Beatles, Mick and Keith had set themselves a daily target of writing 32 new songs every […]

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What if God was One Of Us

“What if God was one of us? Just a slob like one of us, Just a stranger on the bus, Tryin’ to make his way home?” So sang Joan Osbourne, although she didn’t actually write the song. Without going into deep philosophical and religion debate about the existence and form that God takes, let’s just […]

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I Me Mime

I don’t like to blow my own trumpet but I may have been personally responsible for changing the face of popular music back in the Sixties. When The Beatles visited Rishikesh to see Maharishi in the late Sixties, it was me that taught George Harrison how to play the hair comb and while Ravi Shankar […]

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Wait Loss

Following on from my post the other day concerning my new Instant Patience course, I have a new module to introduce to you. It is my new Wait Loss programme and it is fast becoming the new celebrity diet fad. Just last week I had David Beckham come over to the Ashram for a ‘private’ […]

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