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Getting out of Delhi was not as straight forward as I thought it would be, simple mistake to make. There I was, a short walk from the train station that had the airport express metro line inside. I had a flight to get to, so I figured I'd go to the airport, I figured wrong. The airport is for international flights, turns out I wanted to go to Aerocity, get out and walk down the road for 2 mins then find an unmarked shuttle bus that would take me to the domestic terminal. Good job there ...
... and reflection and giving gratitude.
Awakening Vision – wake up, meditation, offerings, ideas/dreams
Clearing – cleansing physically and spiritually (bathe, wash, yoga)
Expanding & Nourishing – feeding oneself and others, expanding perspective and giving and receiving
Engaging & Opening – physical and/or mental work of the day
Renewing & Nourishing – preparing and ...
... understanding of how certain roads link up. Now that I think of it, it would be nice to have a detailed map of the immediate region. I wonder if the tourist office will be able to provide me with such a map. As an alternative, I will look for one on the internet.
I also spent a lot of time talking to Dr. Singhal. One of the things we talked about was that his son is having trouble making sense of the book that he has been assigned to read at ...
... life, stopping to exercise, breathe, relax and think about life is such a pleasure and every day feels like a complete joy. I'm definitely going to bring yoga and meditation into my everyday lifestyle when I get home, even when life gets hectic this is going to be the year of bringing life more into my control and less into work's, and making more time for the things that make me happiest.
We have one free day a week, this Sunday we went to see Mooji, a ...
... warmth shining out of him, he was staring at me drinking from the carton. He was skinny, filthy dirty, with holey shoes and an old black woolly hat perched on his head to keep him warm.
India is teeming with poverty and filth. Around every corner in amongst the beauty, colour and friendly eager Indians is sewage, abject poverty and homelessness . Many Indians want money from us along the way. They think we are rich, and in comparison to many we see, we are very rich ...