Country Club Hawaii Condo Hotel
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... volcano, Rainbow falls, Mauna Loa macadamia nuts Factory, macadamia nut farms, the coast, etc. The ride was amazing! Oh I forgot – doors off the chopper! Additional music in my headset – Johnny Cash’s Burning Ring of Fire as we went over the lava and volcano and then “Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls” as we flew over the waterfalls.
After we landed, took our pictures, we headed south to Hawaii’s ...
... equanimity or equanimity is more than awareness then the technique will not work. That and the understanding of impermanence.
The sensations mean something. They are there naturally but they also have a significance to whatever your unconscious mind is working through. So remember I gave the example of the strings and the knots. When you start not reacting to the physical sensations you feel in meditation, you stop tying knots. The more you meditate and the more established ...
... few groceries, we finally made it to Lopakas Lodge, our home away from home for the next 3 days. It was raining off and on when we arrived and the sounds were so relaxing. We settled in and hit the hay around 9 pm (feeling like 3 am to us) with the sounds of nature lulling us to sleep.
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... photo after photo.
We saw quite a lot of familiar plants such Heliconias, Ginger plants/ flowers and of course palm trees and some ferns.
We did find a strange flowering plant called the “Bat Plant” - quite odd - “Black” with long tendrils – quite striking too.
We also saw a tree at the entrance with soft blue/green flowers dripping off the branches. We forgot ...
... quiet place with few people around. It’s all in our perspective!
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We set off on our horses, Freckles and Cuppa, and explored the Waipi’o Valley along with other mainlanders. It’s sort of ...