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Mantra girl

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About:
I'm interested in meeting like-minded people who care about cows, the earth, humour and natural healing.
Veg Status:
Vegetarian
Location:
Cape Town, South Africa
E-mail:
Private
Joined:
24 Dec 2009
Gender:
Female
Age:
49
Relationship:
Single
Religion/Path:
Hare Krishna
Zodiac:
Gemini
Fav Place:
That's a tough one! Anywhere naturally breathtaking...
Fav Books:
Bhagavad-Gita As It Is by Swami Prabhupada, Eat,Pray,Love by Elizabeth Gilbert, Rolling Stone Magazine (once in a blue moon)
Fav Music:
Vedic and Gregorian chants, elementals, old-time jazz and blues
I Admire:
Mira Bai, bhakti poet and saint and Oprah Winfrey for challenging the meat industry - and winning ;)
My Website:
http://japagroup.blogspot.com/
Last Login:
25 Mar 2011
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Reasons why I prefer to eat vegetarian or vegan:

Because all cows should be happy!

I joined HappyCow Members Community because:

Thought it was time I linked up veggie, eco-conscious people the world over! Looking for new friends. And loved the name "HappyCow"!

Here are some places I've been that I liked... and places that I would like to visit one day:

I've visited Mayapur, West Bengal and Vrindavan, near Delhi in India. I'd love to visit Thailand and Sri Lanka, and any place that exudes natural, unspoilt beauty

Some of my favorite veg*n foods include:

pistachio burfi, chapatis with palak butter paneer, spaghetti napolitana, fresh watercress, oven-baked potatoes with butter and sour cream...mmm...

Here are some books, movies, magazines, and my favorites that I would recommend to other HappyCow members:

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus by John Gray, The Little Blue Book by Louise Hay, Chant and Be Happy: The Power of Mantra Meditation, The Hidden Glory of India by Stephen Rosen, Great Vegetarian Dishes by Kurma Dasa

Comments (3)

HowardMcNair

Posted on 04 Apr 2010

Thank you so much for responding Mantra girl,I really appreciate the support.I understand that when you are on a certain spiritual vibration you can only meet people that are on that level of vibration.Being Vegan or vegetarian alongside the meditation,tends to heighten your vibration anyway .So yes, it does tend to make it quite difficult to meet similar minded people at times,which will take some time to build a, positive,spiritual,grounded network of people.
I hope we can stay in contact,have a beautiful day.PS I actually stayed with the Hare Krishna in Columbia,who were really nice.

Howard

dimamuzhetsky

Posted on 03 Jan 2010

Hello!You will be pleased to find out:I AM even as we speak a devotee of Lord Krishna.I visit the ISKCON here,my main religious branch(I do not confine myself to one only,no)is krishnaism.I do say the maha mantra,am well aquainted with the teachings of vaishnavas,i study Srimad Bhagavad Gita,Srimad Bhagavatam,other classics.Please feel free to message me any time.Hare Krishna,Dima

Quinn

Posted on 26 Dec 2009

If you ever visit Mexico we offer a comfortable guest house and delicious meals all inspired by Srila Prabhupada. Spread the word! Hare Krishna.

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