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... and Chi Nei Tsang courses went much deeper than before, and catalyzed deeper process work for the participants. I myself have had to grow as a teacher by needing to more aware of all the parameters and paradigms of emotional healing that occurs with my techniques of body and energy work.
As mentioned in my earlier blog entry, in the first week of my arrival I was assisted in coming into a greater understanding of my own issues of trust, control ...
... work the next morning. Estefania, on the other hand was off tomorrow, and the professors at her university were on strike, which meant she was free to stay out all night. Which was perfect, because she and I were now ready for a cocktail....you know, to help digest the burros. We went to a nice little margarita joint and had a nice cold refreshment (with extra tequila shots of course). The margaritas were excellent, but the place ...
When we finally left, we went to Quetzaltenango (Xela for the locals). The goal? Hiking to the highest point of Central America! But first we went to a Swiss restaurant and had cheese fondue with an amazing view on the city. Debby even had dinner without pants on (we arrived completely soaked as it was ******* rain and they had warm blankets to cover us, so nobody noticed Debby was 'pantless').
... she agreed to go on the tour with me. The next morning, we were driven in the back of a truck together about half an hour to the a 'path' where we would start the hike from. There were two guides with us, carrying their machetes, ropes and climbing harnesses. This had the makings of a good day.
And it was. The height of the jumps was just one of the factors. The more worrisome component was making sure that you launched yourself far enough from the edge to ...
... he'd ever saw a beard before....for sure not a red one! A lovely man, 45mins of hard labour for 16Qs (there are 8Q's to the $!!!) an amusing and cheap afternoons entertainment for everybody!
Thursday we decided to get some pre-volcan training in and took another long chicken bus commute to San Martin for the Lagoon Chicabal hike. Here we climbed uphill, in the already pretty high altitude for 12km. We were so out of altitude practice but thankfully ...