I seem to be always apologising for my lack of correspondence over the last few months and it has been a while for sure but time is becoming less and less tangible these days and sometimes I really don’t know where the time is going. I asked The Big Man/The Head Honcho about this during […]Read more "Time is messing with our heads"
We received a strange gift the other week to the Ashram. A very wealthy businessman whose wife had attended the Ashram earlier in the year decided to send us an entire gymnasium! We never asked for one and we hadn’t thought we needed it but he obviously did. The day after a team of builders […]Read more "Gymnasium for the soul"
Say no more. Another diamond from the vault of the STUFF boys. A true salvation song. Please see the previous post here as to the long and wonderful history between the boys and the Ashram. Enjoy. Peace. Om. Chaka Khan. Swami CashinandaRead more "I Will Rise"
Another installment from the STUFF boys archive. This one is a classic. “Some lessons seem so hard to learn, they burn.” These boys come from the heart and speak directly to your heart and if this song doesn’t warm yours then not much probably will. Please see the previous post here as to the long […]Read more "Some Lessons"
We are proud to present Never Thought by Stuff (artists formerly known as Flux Ache, formerly known as Liss’n, formerly known as Seycheez……). Please see the previous post here as to the long and wonderful history between the boys and the Ashram. Enjoy. Peace. Om. Chaka Khan Swami CashinandaRead more "Never Thought"
Howdy fellow cosmic love dudes, As you may well know we have always had an influx of rock and roll stars gracing the grounds of the Ashram. Most famously Elvis came in the mid Sixties for a short stay while he weaned himself off his almost fatal addiction to puff pastry, he left a better […]Read more "Good Stuff"
Greetings fellow space travellers, Many of the peeps who pass through the Ashram, whether they stay for a long time or are just passing through, often ask the same thing of me, Mental Guru and His Holiness Sri Twangybanjo. ‘Help us,’ they all say in one form or another. ‘Help us to find ourselves.’ It […]Read more "I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For"