I don't usually promote events, but Steve Bhaerman, AKA Swami Beyondananda is an old friend and I love his comedy. He'll be performing this Sunday, in Princeton. I'll be there.In these serious times where there's definitely something funny going on laughter keeps us sane. This heart-opening, mind-expanding show featuring the cosmic comedy of Swami Beyondananda comes to Princeton Center for Yoga & Health to help you wake up laughing and leave laughter in your wake.
Billed as "one of the biggest names in comedy" ("Beyondananda" alone has 12 letters), Swami keeps the audience in hysterics with his mixture of word play, seriously funny political and spiritual commentary, and playful silliness.
O h, and he's the only guru to channel both Elvis AND Bullwinkle and at the same time yet!
Over the past 28 years, Swami has authored such classic books as Driving Your Own Karma, When You See A Sacred Cow Milk It for All It's Worth, Duck Soup for the Soul and Swami for Precedent: A 7-Step Plan to Heal the Body Politic and Cure Electile Dysfunction.
And check out a sample of his comedy in this video
Swami Beyondananda's Top 11 Ways to World Peace The Swami's lighthearted prescription to achieve world peace.
(Image by YouTube, Channel: swamib1) Details DMCA
$27 on day of
$22 If pre-registered by 10/5
Steve Bhaerman is an internationally known author, humorist, and workshop leader. For the past 23 years, he has written and performed as Swami Beyondananda, the "Cosmic Comic." Swami''s comedy has been called "irreverently uplifting" and has been described both as "comedy disguised as wisdom" and "wisdom disguised as comedy."
As the Swami, Steve is the author of Driving Your Own Karma (1989), When You See a Sacred Cow, Milk It For All It''s Worth (1993), Duck Soup for the Soul (1999) and Swami for Precedent: A 7-Step Plan to Heal the Body Politic and Cure Electile Dysfunction (2004).
In his "past life" (before Swami), Steve started an alternative high school in Washington, D.C. and co-authored a book about his experiences, No Particular Place to Go: Making of a Free High School. A political science major, he later taught history to autoworkers at Wayne State University in Detroit as part of the Weekend College. In 1980, Steve co-founded Pathways Magazine in Ann Arbor, Michigan, one of the first publications bringing together holistic health, personal growth, spirituality, and politics. Subsequent to Pathways, Steve was a freelance writer and co-author with Don McMillan of Friends and Lovers: How to Meet the People You Want to Meet (Writer''s Digest Books, 1986).
Since 2005, Steve has written a political blog with a spiritual perspective, Notes From the Trail, hailed as an encouraging voice "in the bewilderness." His latest book, written with cellular biologist Bruce H. Lipton, PhD is Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future and a Way to Get There From Here (Hay House, 2009). Steve is active in transpartisan politics and the practical application of Spontaneous Evolution. He can be found online at www.wakeuplaughing.com