Travel Blogs from Dalhousie
... and I wish we had had the time to explore the complex.
One of the highlights in the area is the Kalatop forest which is home to the Deodar trees and the Chamba Valley. The road traverses the hills and is a spectacular sight.
Glad we were able to see this hill station. Will we go back,? ? Probably not.,,,
**I must note that the picture of DPS taken at night is a borrowed one**
... not to hog his time. It was her sense of upliftedness (and OK, cuteness) that set her apart from the crowd.
High lamas seem to have a knack for knocking you off balance. I had it all planned out. I was going to do my three prostrations, hand my gift to his attendant, unfurl my khata, present it to H.H., sit down on the floor, and ask my question.
When I entered the room, H.H. was standing and immediately closed the distance between us ...
... little slice of heaven and one I would fully recommend to anyone (Actually I have been to everyone that I have bumped into heading out this way). The Mcleod ganj area really is a great place to unwind and recover after some hectic travelling or just to get in touch with your spiritual side. There are plenty of courses in yoga and meditation some of which can last up to a month or more. Perhaps one of the more challenging is the meditation ...
... Teachings, from the 23-25 of October, from sections on serenity (shiney) and insight (lhaktong) from Je Tsongkhapa's The Great Treatise on the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment (lamrim chenmo). Who ever wants to attend is welcome. Many people just arrived in the village for that purpose (like each time there are some Teachings). Today, we were many people going to reserve our seat. ...
... day at TWA, I conducting a training to teach the staff how to use the gender sensitization manual I had developed. Standing in front of those nine women - all amazing in their own way - I couldn't help but wonder what the hell I was doing up there. They had all put themselves in harms way more than once, had made great sacrifices in support of their cause. TWA is the only organization specifically devoted to empowering Tibetan women in exhile. ...
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