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  • marlene:

    If it’s locally produced and at a small scale, biodiesel can be sustainable (such as Irish locally produced biodiesel grown on setaside land and locally consumed). Biodiesel produced on rainforest land, such as the palm oil production, is a crime to humanity and all the sentient beings on this planet.

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  • Guillaume:

    Hi everybody,
    Thanks for this very complete article !

    I wish to add what I learned today in course : For the European Union one of the three genetic modifications made by mankind is NOT considered as a GMO process whereas it is producing GMO. It therefore never labelled as GMO.
    In fact, three process are followed to produce GMO :
    – DNA recombination
    – DNA injection directly in a cell
    – cell fusion in vitro
    The last one is considered as selection by natural crossing but it’s done in laboratories !
    When this very used process will be considered as GMOs making and labelled as such ?
    Very soon, let’s hope.


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  • Marlene at Sli na Bande introduced me to the essential elements underlying the practice and “action” of yoga. She has always found a way to carve a path of her own, while remaining true to the foundational and traditional elements of this ancient system. Of all the teachers I have studied under, both in the US and in Ireland (and including senior Iyengar instructors, other students of Patabi Jois etc.) – how Marlene teaches—and continues to study and “live” the practice — remains a core driving force, if not the source of my own “tapas”, as I strive to enact yoga in my own life. I recommend Sli na Bande, and Marlene’s approach, above and beyond any other yoga center or yoga teaceher I know. Can’t wait to get back there….

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  • Barbara Blake:

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  • Sat Nam Marlene,
    I would really like to be at these discussions but as I told you already the timing clashes with my preexisting committment to teaching Kundalini Yoga on Tuesday evenings. I would, however, greatly appreciate it, if any of your attendees are interested in exploring Kundalini Yoga, that you would give them my website url.
    James Madden