Monkey Meditation.

Via Joseph Boquiren
on Apr 2, 2012
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When I’m not napping in meditation, my mind often likes to pretend it’s a howler monkey.


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About Joseph Boquiren

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 [email protected] Previous work is available for viewing on his website and Facebook page.


7 Responses to “Monkey Meditation.”

  1. limited reader :( says:

    Oh how i wish the facebook posts revealed that posts like this contain only a photo and not an actual article (i cannot figure out how to become a member with paypal (no credit card) so I am still limited to 3 posts a day.. and posts like this make me regret the click (i enjoy reading lol)
    Maybe make it known on the facebook posts, somehow?

  2. bill says:

    It wasn’t worth clicking on and shouldn’t have been posted to FB anyway. This website is getting more irrelevant and stupid every day.

  3. Debbie E. says:

    It's easy with Paypal, that's how I subscribed…. Just sayin'

  4. ValCarruthers says:

    Sometimes all we need to make our day is a little jolt of reality-based humor.

    Just posted to "Featured Today" on the Elephant Spirituality Homepage.

    Valerie Carruthers
    Please go and "Like" Elephant Spirituality on Facebook

  5. apimom says:

    It wasn't worth clicking on and shouldn't have been posted to FB anyway. This website is getting more irrelevant and stupid every day. Agreed wholeheartedly!

    And more repulsive specifically from a yoga point of view. Who's reality are we talking about? The Howler monkey?

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