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... swirling clouds. Now I am so tired I can hardly see straight but I wanted ot get this down before I forget anything. I feel so hopeless - I can't describe it. The beauty is staggering. As we walked we just kept stopping and gasping in joy.I hope I have written enough so that when I read it back it will come back to me. I know there is no way I am beginning to describe it so that anyone who hasn't seen it will "get it". As i said the closest I can come is to say that it ...
... it is way out of our price range. We also took a lovely walk along the water. You have to stay on the trail and you can't go too close to the water because the mud flats near the water are extremely dangerous. The bottom layer under the mud is glacial silt and you can easily sink in and get trapped-it behaves like quick sand. the tour guide told us that every year some people die on hte flats. Also they ahve the largest tide ...
... just spent the last month daily with Shivabalayogi with meny many hours of meditation and am as wide open as I can be. Foolishly I left home without vibhuti or protecting myself with sandal wood oil which is what I do when I go among crowds of people. So the night was filled with images of people often uncomfotable people.
This morning I sprinkled the room with sandlwood oil mixed with water and ...
6 AM, our latest adventure begins. This morning we fly to Boston then one to Reyjkavik, Iceland. After a few days in Iceland, we head to Switzerland for a couple of weeks
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... at the mountains or at the beaches. I especially loved the mountains and still do. My office had all those cheap posters of water falls, and on this trip we visited some old ones and some new.
My most healing visit was to the campus of Duke. I went there as an undergraduate, from ’67-’69. I left the fall after the National Guard came onto campus and used tear gas, ...
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