Facebook R&B crooner Mario has been relatively quiet on the music front for…
- Posted on Oct 7th 2009 4:40PM by John D. Luerssen
"So I just got back from Dharamsala, India," Yauch wrote. "[I] went over there to see some Tibetan doctors, but as it worked out, the Dalai Lama was giving a three-day teaching, so I was able to attend that as well. I'm feeling healthy, strong and hopeful that I've beaten this thing, but of course time will tell. I'm taking Tibetan medicine and at the recommendation of the Tibetan doctors I've been eating a vegan/organic diet, which surprisingly enough was harder to do in India than it is now that I'm back home. Here I can just shop for the right food and cook ... a lot easier than depending on restaurants."
"When I was in India I visited an Ani Gompa (a nunnery) called Jamyang Choling," Yauch added. "They did a Puja (religious ceremony) for me to help me get well. One nun said to me 'We do prayers and then you are better.' So I've got that going for me, which is nice."
Yauch said he's looking forward to getting the record out, but in the meantime he says, "I'm just enjoying a little downtime in Massachusetts, taking walks in the woods and hanging out with the family ... Still doing a little work related to Oscilloscope [his film company], watching screeners and attending some screenings, but for the most part, just laying low."