Tuesday, July 19, 2011

The Leela Experience..Are you Ready?

Spiritual Leader Deepak Chopra has created a new gaming experience minus the violence which is usually seen in many video games today. Instead his games are believed to connect the mind and body through meditation. The Name of the game which will be called "Leela" which translates to "Play" in sanskrit.

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We think this would be an interesting thing to do, and it's a fascinating concept. Video Games today really lack anything beneficial.

What are your thoughts on this, and would you play?


  1. Wow - it sounds interesting and I would be willing to give it a go. I would want to read some reviews of it first. Also, I would need a gaming system :)

    Note I have moved my blog to http://daniellepender.com/ I would appreciate a comment and a follow there too - thanks!


  2. I would do this in a heartbeat! I would hope to get my son involved in that too, rather than all of the things he plays now (or at least to take a break from them)! Plus, I am very fond of the teachings of Deepak :-)

  3. I would try it. I'm a new follower from the Weekend Blog Hop. Please check out my blog. http://www.kristy-s-place.blogspot.com/

  4. Thks for the follow! Returning it back. Have a great Day!

  5. Hello! Cute blog! I love the monkey ..lol Found you through blog hop, come visit me sometime :)

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  8. Following you back! Thanks for checking us out!

    And I'm ALL for non-violent video games. My 7 y/o is sad he has to not play so many his peers seem to. Sorry, that ain't me. If it isn't Lego or something equally not bloody then it's not in our house.

  9. Hey there! Thanks for visiting and linking up with me on the perfect line. Returning the favor and following you via GFC :)