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Ekabhumi Charles Ellik is a poet. He holds a BA in fine arts in Cal State Long Beach, with an emphasis on art. He chose a journey from visual artwork that included time spent as a fast food restaurant supervisor, a surfer, a trekking boot fitter, even a poetic events manufacturer, and a stock options broker.
He stopped finance to generate poetry events full period in 1999, the year his group of antiques won the National Poetry Slam. Both the poets he coached and he won national and regional titles during the next ten years. The Berkeley Poetry Slam community, '' that he co-founded, is still going strong. His poems have been published in a number of journals and anthologies, including Yoga Volume 1's Poetry.
After several years old āsana clinic, he took initiation to a hatha yoga lineage in 2005. This is when he was given the name Ekabhumi, which means "One Earth." With the aid of his teacher, he retired by producing poetry events to concentrate exclusively instructing #x101 yoga &;sana. At the time he became a pupil of Nepalese master painter Dinesh Charan Shrestha, that teaches #x101; ubha painting & thangka and p's Newar style. Afterwards, he journeyed to India to research under the tutelage of both Mavis Gewant and Pieter Weltevrede at the art lineage of Harish Johari. Finally, sacred artwork became his heart practice, and he had been blessed to examine other teachers.
Presently, Ekabhūmi is a fulltime artist and artwork programs director for its Mattamayūra Institute. He's presently working on the followup to his first book. His artworks may be found in yoga studios, private houses, and on altars around the world. When not composing, painting, or even practicing yoga, that he can be found in his gard
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