Here at Au Soleil Healing, we love to laugh and have fun. In fact, it’s part of our Mission Statement. We enjoy good clean jokes, most especially puns, those with a subtle twist, and those that contain cosmic innuendo or spiritual references.
Thanks for coming, and we hope you get a good belly jiggle from your visit. Have a good (bad!) joke to share that meets our criteria? Email it to us.
The Zen Priestess and the Buju are friends, walking down the street together. The Priestess says to the Buju, “I think you should come to the event we’re hosting next week, there will be people there you will recognize.” The Buju replies, “I just want to recognize myself.” “What’s the difference?” the Priestess asks.
Did you hear about the guy whose whole left side was cut off? He’s all right now.
Mahatma Gandhi, as you know, walked barefoot most of the time, which produced an impressive set of calluses on his feet. He also ate very little, which made him rather frail and with his odd diet, he suffered from bad breath. This made him……A super calloused fragile mystic hexed by halitosis.
Two fish swim into a concrete wall. “Dam”, says the one.
A Roman Catholic Church, a Synagogue and an Episcopal Church are all on the same block and are having a similar problem with bats in their buildings. The Priest, Priestess and Rabbi all meet on the street one day. “We had a community prayer service, but the bats are still there”, said the Rabbi sadly. “Well, we prayed a novena, but our bats are also still there”, recounted the Roman Catholic Priest. “Well, we baptized and confirmed them all on one day and we haven’t seen them since”, exclaimed the Episcopal Priestess happily.
Have you met the Yogi who was recently diagnosed with Narcissism Personality Disorder? They found he was full of Himself.
Meditation is where It’s at
Have you ever noticed people who frequent yarn stores are a tight-knit group?
Is a group of skunks known as a persniffony?
I know some people who pride themselves on living by the code. They all work in IT.
How do we know God loves music? His Son was born in a chorale.
A little boy comes down to dinner and says, “Mom, you know how you’re always saying from dust we have come and to dust we will return?” “Yes”, she answers. “Well”, he says, “I’ve just been under my bed and there is something big coming or going there!”