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... away. Our first stop was at the Stellar stone, which was positioned at one end of the Ball court. The stone was in this position as it would have a significant role in the 21/12/2014, when the Mayan calendar would officially end. On that day at sunrise, the sun would be directly behind the stone and as it would rise, it would directly hit the carved head on the throne at the other end of the ball court.
The ball court was used to play ...
... of the bus, but since we were told we wouldn't have to transfer, we would stay on the bus. Then, the ayudente waved us to come to the front. We did and as soon as the bus stopped, he directed us off and within seconds (these guys work insanely fast), he had gone to the roof of the bus and handed our bags to someone else, who was quickly running with our bags towards another bus. This other bus was about to leave and people from the outside were banging on it to alert it not to go just ...
... San Marcos, and the first place I had heard of when I started hearing about San Marcos as a center of healing, healers, teachers, yogis, seekers and finders. Jenika is also a musician, sings and plays the harmonium, and hosts a weekly kirtan event, which was one of the many interweaving influences in my decision to stay a while longer and to rent a space for the upcoming busy season. A place to live and teach from. I have found such a place, right on the water. It has ...
... and Chi Nei Tsang courses went much deeper than before, and catalyzed deeper process work for the participants. I myself have had to grow as a teacher by needing to more aware of all the parameters and paradigms of emotional healing that occurs with my techniques of body and energy work.
As mentioned in my earlier blog entry, in the first week of my arrival I was assisted in coming into a greater understanding of my own issues of trust, control ...
Puerto Chiapas is a port made for Cruise ships. There isn't much to see. When we found it would be an hour wait to catch a shuttle to the actual town a half hour away, we did the next best thing. We went to the small bar at the dock and had fish tacos and ...