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... all of these were prominent in Haridhwar and there were many foreign tourists who came here to learn these things.Special classes and ashrams are present for the purpose. It was so lively it seemed like a cultural festival each day here. Walking on a shaky bridge which had a narrow path and a pure green river flowing below, I dashed into people,some local some foreign ,some tourist.I was crossing the Laxman jhula. This was just a road ...
... I know she has plenty to do.
It seems to me that the consistent schedule of ritual and practice holds it all together. There is such a rhythm and pattern to it all. I’m learning to experience it like the arch of Moving in Grace as the different energies emerging and falling back down again. I want to live with this kind of rhythm and intention and openness. It is not easy to create without the depth of tradition throughout history, but pieces ...
We decided to sign up for a massage. To determine the appropriate type of massage, you have to meet with an Ayurvedic DR. He was super informative. He told me That for my body type I need to avoid coffee, tea, caffeine, alcohol, and spicy food. I don't see that happening soon.
Alok took us on a tour of the Temples and Ashrams of Rishikesh. If you didn't know, Rishikesh is the ...
... life, stopping to exercise, breathe, relax and think about life is such a pleasure and every day feels like a complete joy. I'm definitely going to bring yoga and meditation into my everyday lifestyle when I get home, even when life gets hectic this is going to be the year of bringing life more into my control and less into work's, and making more time for the things that make me happiest.
We have one free day a week, this Sunday we went to see Mooji, a ...
... at the same time. Andy got a real buzz out of the camera being around and the chance to be on film, Lisa really enjoyed it too but wasn’t as bothered about being on TV. It left us feeling as though it would be great to do a week of work like that each month, in India it might be just about enough money to survive on! What a great experience, our trip is bringing us so much personal development sometimes in the most unexpected of ways too.
Next stop is Agra, ...