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... during such visits that the Saumyakasisa Stotram was composed. After the worship everyday, seated in the temple, he would compose a few verses as a prayer. Thus was born the Saumyakasisa Stotram, a gist of many Upanishads.
· Even during his young days in Kerala, he used to wake up at 3 a.m. and go for long walks every day. After präëäyäma, he would bathe. Then he would be lost in samädhi for long spells. This habit he continued even in ...
... a key chain engraver who will also change foreign money for you. It’s a shock to all the senses and as it darkens we decide that solid ground is where we want to be.
Mussourie was strange but friendly but 2 days was more than enough and we’ve heard good things about a place further south on the Ganges called Rishikesh with rafting and yoga options. Plus there’s an abandoned ashram The Beatles stayed in and knowing were both Beatle crazy we have to ...
... I felt awful. Once again MMS (miracle mineral solution - google Jim Humble and MMS for info) saved the day. I took about five or six doses over the evening and some more drops the next day. And it is clearing up. I am on the mend.The aching is pretty much gone. I don't know what it was. I am suspecting something with the food cause everytime I think of those greasy peanuts I feel a bit weazy!
Now back to my routine. Clean eating (as best as I can) Introspection. Writing. Resting. Much needed.
... the evidence they needed to condemn me. (Hey, I took the bus from Dehra Dun to Mussoorie. Doesn’t that somewhat redeem me?)
Mussoorie, Wednesday, 03 April, 2013
For weeks I had been wanting to take an excursion down to the regional capital Dehra Dun. As you might recall, I passed through the town briefly on my way up to Mussoorie, but I didn’t really have the time then to explore the place. And I hadn’t been able to make ...
... 8217;t seem to slow down the number of rapes. I guess those rapists don’t read the newspapers. In another case a few days ago, a young English woman jumped off the balcony of her hotel in Agra, breaking both of her legs, in order to escape the unwanted advances of the sleazy owner of the hotel she was staying in. (He was banging on her door in the middle of the night with an offer of an oil massage, after having harassed the poor girl all day, apparently.) ...