Hotel Anuradha Palace
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... This included organizing their finances, setting up a make shift database, putting official word out to their international community that they need financial help and being emotional support among other things. She has been invaluable to the ashram and the family especially since their mother Mataji died just before this all happened in February. It has been a time of powerful change and an awakening out of their innocence in this pristine loving environment.
... Alka as she's flying down south for a week then back to Oz. Sad that our little group's broken up but we've still got Karim babysitting us.
The 3 of us moved into an ashram for the next 3 days. This place is a lot stricter than we are used to: no shoes indoors, minimal talking, basic food, no mixing with the opposite sex. Did some yoga, and ...
Three ideas from last night's conversation with Vaughne resonate in my mind with truth and relevance.
One being that love can be defined simply as two actions, perhaps instead of an unstable emotion, acceptance and giving.
The other is how all we do can be broken down into either symbol or ritual. And even as the waiter serves me I think of language as symbol and his or my interpretation and actions as ritual. It's like, how can a single ...
... set with delicious Indian food and even given some better fitting clothes. Everything that was promised came to pass and we even got paid 3000rps (£37) for having a great time! We ended up being on the roof until around 5am (yes it did get quite cold) and then headed back to Rishikesh.
We met some great people on the set and it was so interesting to see how a film shoot comes together, the people working on the movie are so relaxed and down to earth but ...
... up on a quiet hill, an enormous room in a quiet and peaceful guest house. Our next several days were spent either in bed there, or at the garden restaurant across the street which overlooked the Ganges river valley below and the mountains in behind. We both felt awful - we alternated between being the sicker of the two, one day my spending the whole day in bed, one day Emily doing so. Both of us lost our appetite, even though we were sometimes violently hungry ...
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