Sanskrit Pumpkins

Via on Oct 29, 2010

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Joseph Boquiren is a cat (figuratively speaking) who practices a little Zen, teaches a little yoga, writes comics, and makes his home with his lovely wife in Portland, Oregon. The goal of Samadhi Pants (if there is one) is to make yoga and mindful living safe, fun(ny) and accessible for both beginners and seasoned practitioners alike. Joseph Boquiren is available for portraits and private commissions. Contact him at jboquiren@comcast.net. Previous work is available for viewing on his website and Facebook page.

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3 Responses to “Sanskrit Pumpkins”

  1. […] or Padmakara (which literally means lotus-born in Sanskrit) was that rare individual unstained by previous karma. Thus “lotus born” indicates that he only […]

  2. […] a human soul, which in Sanskrit is called the “maturity” or the “ripeness” (paripakatva) in Sanskrit. That is what leads you to spiritual […]

  3. […] Cutting out the new-age mumbo jumbo. There is no chanting and there is no Sanskrit. Plain and […]

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