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I went to see Jurassic World 3D with my parents. The movie tickets in this town are so cheap-- $12.75 for adults, $9 for seniors-- and that's for 3D!! There was live music across the street and overall a very good Friday night atmosphere in town! I thought the movie was very entertaining. The 3D aspect wasn't too astounding, like I never felt like the dinosaurs were right in front of me or coming towards me, but the creation of a theme park on screen was very exciting! Highly ...
... cherry tomatoes, and cucumbers with them for them to take home! Korean people loove gardening, that's for sure. I think most people 35 and up have memories of growing up around farms and mountains and such.
I am starting to organize my room: 1) things to take with me to the camps (5 weeks), 2) things to take back to NC in August, and 3) things that will stay here. So many things I could honestly live without...! Haha.
... pool again for my parents' airbnb listing. It's so sunny and lush here! I also felt like doing some challenging yoga poses and had an inversion workshop by myself, haha. Inversion is any yoga pose where your pelvis is placed higher than your head (so think headstand, handstand, shoulder stand). These belong to the vairagya category. When you do a certain pose, you want to do it with a certain attitude or feeling, called Bhava in Sanskrit. Vairagya means ...
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My parents' garden is hopping, and they/we are harvesting a ton of cucumbers, chili peppers, squashes, blueberries, lettuce, and more! It brings me back to the ashram in Thailand where I would pick lettuce leaves to serve for lunch and dinner. Good times!
I helped set up ...
... to accept that positive sensations are temporary, so I shouldn't cling onto them.
Then we started Vipassana, basically a body scan, on Day 4, and that "stirred up the pot" violently. Day 4,5,6 were soooo hard. I wanted to run away, seriously, dear god. I really thought I might have serious issues where I'm just not made to deal with this kind of environment. There were moments during meditation where I was filled with so much anger ...