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Buddhist/Taoist: monk, teacher, healer, counselor and tantrika
As a young Jew, Lama was so impressed with George Lucas' depiction of "Holy Man as hero" in "Star Wars" that he spent years becoming a Buddhist/ Taoiost: Monk, Yogi, Healer and Teacher... yet he could relate so closely to Kirk's libido in "Star Trek," that he chose lineages that explore Sexual Tantra.
Gudrun Mouw is a published and award-winning poet, who has been writing poetry for the last 40 years. She received her Master’s Degree in English Literature in 1969. In 1978, Mouw received her yoga instructor certificate from the Integral Yoga Institute founded by the late guru Swami Satchidananda. In the 80s, Mouw went on to study Vipassana meditation with Jack Kornfield, the founder of the Spirit Rock Center. She has been teaching yoga and meditation in the Santa Barbara area for over 30 years.
Gudrun Mouw’s first book, Wife of the House, was published in April 2014. Out of the Ashes: A Novel is scheduled for publication in February of 2016. Gudrun Mouw is currently working on a a non-fiction book titled “Yoga With Mom.”
I just downloaded the new app on my iPod Touch and just had to send you a quick THANK YOU for a simple, easy to use app. (I will also do a glowing review on the App Store, for sure.) I have a lot of apps, and more and more it seems the user interface is overdone. I used to work in IT, and know first hand how developers can get out of control; just because you CAN do something doesn't mean you SHOULD! Your app is a refreshing return to the old axiom, "KISS" - Keep It Simple Stupid! I'd like to give you and your development team a big hug and kiss! Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!!