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... Maharaj would not entertain too much discussion even on Vedanta. His only advice was: “Go and meditate.” He had once asked Gurudev, “Why do you need peace to contemplate? Contemplate where you are, right in the middle of all the disturbances.”
· Mänasika Tapas: The Gita says that serenity of mind, good-heartedness, silence, self-control, purity of nature – these are said to constitute mental austerity. All ...
... of the path with the monkeys. On the way to the temple entrance, shops and more shops. Puja items. Gods’ for sale everywhere. Scattered throughout the temple were alcoves with female Gods. So many Gods! Each place we stopped for special blessings and prayers. And gave a small donation. A priest would ask our name. Chant a mantra for us. Tie a red string around our wrists. Possibly bang us on the back a few times and send us off on our way. I am fully blessed and protected now. ...
... an hour of walking, part of the way through some gorgeous countryside, we reached the school. We went in to the principal’s office and explained who I am (a friend of Mr. Singhal the pharmacist, who has a son at the school), and asked if I might be able to talk to a class. “No” was the answer. But they suggested that I try the affiliated senior high school right around the corner.
After another 20 minutes of walking through ...
... on this trip. They were those Thai students that I heard were studying in Mussoorie. I didn't get a chance to speak to them very much, as I ran into them on the street and at an internet café, where they were all busy using (or “playing”, as they say in Thai) Facebook. I did manage to find out, though, that they are students at the Mussoorie International School, and that they don’t like it here very much as they find Mussoorie boring. That is ...
... minutes, a group of a half a dozen Sikhs in suits approached me and had their picture taken with me. In analyzing the psychology if this, I have concluded that while I am walking, perhaps many people would like to approach me and speak to me – as one of the few foreigners in town and perhaps the only one they’ve ever seen. But they can’t talk to me because I’m on the move – usually in the opposite direction from them. But when ...