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... undertaken with a well-equipped group of sädhus. On the way, some merchants from Bhutan joined them. In those days, the yäträs were very dangerous, as people would be attacked by dacoits and robbed of their belongings. One suchthief from a gang spied on them and found that the merchants were carrying some valuables. He struck up a conversation with Tapovanji Maharaj, understanding him to be a genuine ‘lama’ with no possessions. Maharaj invited ...
... the case, one has to arrange for a "coolie" (think human pack mule) to carry luggage up the hills to the destination.
When we reached Mussoorie it was nearing dark and the temp had dropped dramatically.
Our driver tried to find a spot for a bit of shelter, and just as he did so the skies opened up to a torrential downpour. Mean while our driver is striking ...
... of ME! My first thought was that it was thunder, but then I remembered that there was not a cloud in the sky. My next thought was that it might have been artillery from an Indian military exercise. Then I kind of forgot about it, came out of the bathroom, and, without looking out my window, put my camera batteries in the charger and plugged the charger in.
THEN I looked out the window, and the cause of the boom became immediately apparent: There it ...
... room. But EVERY room in the hotel that I looked at has a broken window! Why don’t they fix things such things?
Another totally unexpected problem is that there is no mirror in the bathroom! How the heck am I supposed to shave without a mirror? I remember generally where my eyes, mouth and nose are, but I don’t want to try shaving without a mirror. Has it just never occurred to them to put a mirror in the bathroom? Haven’t other ...
... focus the mind.
4. Pranayama: Control of the breathe, the vital force within.
5. Pratyahara: Control over the senses.
6. Dharana: Concentration of the mind, the ability to direct the mind toward an object and keep it there.
7. Dhyana: This is meditation, where the mind has complete focus.
8. Samadhi: When we’ve gone past the state of meditation, to the basis of our being. This is going to a ...