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... experiential sequence, subjects regularly reported experiencing a dramatic expansion of horizons, a radical change of perspective as to the nature of reality, a sense of sudden awakening, a feeling of being fundamentally reconnected to the universe, all accompanied by a profound sense of psychological healing and spiritual liberation. Later in these sessions and in subsequent ones, subjects reported having access to memories of prenatal intrauterine ...
... Walked 5mins to our hostel. Overtook a group of about 6 American tourists heading for our hostel and beat them to the last double room! Not only that but is was the best room in the whole place. The room had a bedroom and 'living room' with a hammock overlooking the lake. Just stunning. We also had our own bathroom with hot water from the solar heating system:) After an hr chilling (cz we both felt a bit nauseous which we put down to a sudden increase in altitude) we ...
... leaves and keep these safe - in a passport - for an Incan ceremony that we would perform the following day on the highest point of the Salkantay climb. These three leaves joined a flat rock in my bag that Richard had also asked us to choose and carry for our ceremony the next day. The hills were covered in yellow strands of dry grass. Richard explained the Incans would twist clumps of this grass together to use for bridges, roofs and rope. He ...
... of terror on his face. As he approached the end, we heard an almighty crash from across the valley! He hadn't breaked and so hit the finish head first! Needless to say, for the final line he opted for the standard position! Overall, it was a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
With the Inca Trail looming, we started thinking maybe we werent prepared enough for it. On one of the hills up from the Main Square, is ...
... It was great, but not the picture of the massive pool with slide I'd been shown in the tour agency (surprise surprise... or not!). After a lunch of soup with pasta and more deep dried potato/ cheese with rice and chips I spent the afternoon enjoying the sunshine, swimming in the pool and playing footy - Jinnie and I played with Nelson and another guide against 4 Belgian guys. The scoring was a little dubious but it was a fun kick around. Just before the sun went behind the ...