For the upcoming Poetry Thursday
demographic:Â hot Yoga chicks
I’ve mastered my emotions
Through tantric practices
Through careful meditation
I’m a Ayurvedic wiz
I know my Bhakti Yoga
I’ve sat with Liz Elayne
I’ve read my Upanishads
While posing in the rain
To reach my inner chakras
is actually quite hard
That’s why I feel my oneness
With the Enlightenment Visa Card
You know how several times a year, you get offers for credit cards from every organization you’ve ever been connected with:Â the AAA, your college alumni, Amazon.com.Â Do you have any doubt that if my penis would apply for a Mastercard, that he would be approved for one?
I just happened to find the idea of an Enlightenment Visa card amusing.Â Â From their website:
Finally, a credit card for people like us
Some people say money is evilâ€¦
We say â€œhowâ€ money is used determines the effect.
The Enlightenment Card was founded on the idea that money is energy and if used with positive and integrative intention, can have the power to affect change in our lives and the world. Everyone uses a credit card, so why not have one where people can earn points towards positive products and services that enhances their overall â€œConsciousâ€ life path? Some of the categories of rewards you can earn points toward are yoga classes, organic products, retreats + workshops, travel, books + DVDâ€™s, personal care, spa treatments, and moreâ€¦And, members can even redeem their points to make donations to charities such as Trees for the Future.
Is collecting 154,000 Reward Points for a Thai Yoga Massage at a fancy resort really that much better than American Airlines Frequent Flier Miles?
There are eight different cards you can choose from, including “Truth,” “Love,” and “Peace,” each with a different “spiritual” picture on it.
I LOVE the Enlightenment Card’s slogan:Â “Changing your world with every point you earn.”Â