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... a concept, Buddhists believe you must listen to it, then contemplate it intellectually, then meditate on it. So once we learned about and discussed a particular concept in our groups, we would have a vipashyana (analytic) meditation on it that night, so we could begin to internalize it. For example, one night our meditation was centered on compassion and equanimity (feeling an equal amount of compassion towards all living beings, instead of love for your friends ...
... compel you to jump, she claimed. I thought this would be a great moment to tell her that if I sense such spirit, I will pray in Yeshua's name that the spirits be scattered and return not. This, of course, prompted her to tell me the joke of three religious people, a Hindu, a Buddhist and a Christian went to a cliff. The Hindu jumped and while chanting Shiva's name and was saved by her, the Buddhist chanted Buddha's name and was saved by him and the Christian chanted ...
... downhill in Indian traffic, it was terrifying, to say the least, and I didn't even have a helmet on. Yehovah, I chanted the name of the LORD in my heart, all the way, over and over again. Nothing happened, we arrived peacefully, way earlier than I would have done walking to the hospital. As I was sitting down ready to type about yesterday, (its Sunday morning now and I am sorry I am so behind in my journals, I am a bit pre-occupied), Dessel hurried in and told me to pack my stuff to ...
the name of Jaspal Singh Pathania
SHIVA CAVE TEMP mukteshwar
Around 15 km
from pathankot near ranjit sagar dam , said to be build by pandavas during
exile , a must visit place for serene beauty ...
Dalhousie - Himachal Pradesh
Dalhousie is known as India's Switzerland and was set up by the
British Empire in India in 1853 as a summer retreat for its troops and
bureaucrats. Dalhousie is at an altitude of 6,000 and 9,000 feet (2,700 m)
above sea level. The hill station is built around five ...