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#1 Mar 4th, 2007, 09:17
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Just playing around on UT and have found some great little videos:

Wondering if anyone else has some good ones to share.

My current favorite:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOLXXU3YKhw
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can never get to much himesh reshammiya: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPjNM...related&search=
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My all time favourite till date is Where the Hell is Matt?
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That "where the hell is Matt?" is damn good - I hadn't ever seen it until you linked it just now - thanks for that.

Not so much a favourite, but I've used this a few times to explain what I used to do - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bh44H5kjgso

Pretty boring isn't it?
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Mipham records albums, runs marathons and oh yeah....just happens to be a Tibetan Buddhist Lama. He is the dharma heir of his father, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, who was instrumental in bringing Buddhism and Shambhala to the West.

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Originally Posted by YogaGal What About Me?

Mipham records albums, runs marathons and oh yeah....just happens to be a Tibetan Buddhist Lama. He is the dharma heir of his father, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, who was instrumental in bringing Buddhism and Shambhala to the West.

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Glad to see you posted the link, YogaGal...I remember following one of your links before and really liked it!

And that is one hot clip of himesh reshammiya, Robotvoice!

Where the Hell is Matt is a great little video...although I think we've mentioned it on IM before because there is some un-PC words on his website...its still has a catchy tune and that goofy dancing is worth your time to see and put a smile on your face.

Here's another one of just plain old tourists having a good time in India...I like it because its put together well and has an old Three Dog Night song behind it....Plus you get that "first timers to India" feel again...it put a smile on my face too:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDpVS7D9AJs
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Day with an Elephant in Kerala

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King of the Hill with Johnny Depp

check out Yogi Victor -- with the voice of Johnny Depp

and Jamie Kennedy as a yoga teacher -- my fave Jamie Kennedy Experiment....

for those of you who don't know the Jamie Kennedy Experiment, the people who are "Xed" are the ones who aren't in on the joke....
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They're Taking the Hobbits to Isengard

for all the Lord of the Rings fans.......
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good thread, sita!
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that'll keep me up all night shakti!!!

ok, here's mine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJzU3NjDikY

must have taken a helluva lot of time to make!
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yes

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I'm sure it would frighten people to know that I have all those songs on DVD, and many, many more. Then of course there's the iTunes library...
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