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... off down an overgrown track and continuing for a while, passing huge termite nests sticking out of the ground like miniature cooling towers. Once the engine was off again, the forest filled with the almost deafening buzz of bees and the grunts of wild boars darting from bush to bush. On the way back we passed hundreds of monkeys and groups of local women carrying bundles of straw on their heads. Neither of which seemed thrilled to see us. Carrying on, a large Asian ...
... of the evening aarti (ceremony) happening in the garden courtyard looking forward to join in. Then as I rested I heard a heavenly song coming my way which was Diana! My dear friend Diana who lived at Earthdance for about half of last year and who has been co-creating the women’s spirituality group at Earthdance had been at the ashram for a few days and in India for over a month at this point. Ahhh, so nice to have her welcome embrace here and someone to share ...
Amazing day. Rishikesh is so beautiful. We did morning yoga with a Kingfisher watching us. It's the national bird.
We we took a bath (ceremonial dip) in the Ganges. It was A) cold from the glaciers it just came from. B) silky from they high mineral content. C) exhilarating and moving. It immediately brought back a memory from a famous quote, ...
... the rocks below, searching for coins to help their family survive day to day. Quite a sight. The water is this strange and beautiful blue green color, not quite aqua, not quite seafoam green, it's a water color I've never seen before anywhere in the world. It's almost a candied winter mint color. So pretty. I took off my boots and walked in. For the air being 85 degrees the water was chilly cold. Fresh from the Himalayas I reminded myself. As clear as any body of water in ...
... and what they represent yet but some of them are beginning to stick. The highlight of my visit to Haridwar is the Ganga Aarti which is performed at sunset every night. Hundreds flock to the shores of the river where the ceremony of light is performed. Priests chant, bells ring and huge flames are lit and waved for all to see. Offerings, baskets made of leaves, filled with flowers and containing a small candle are lit ...