Le Grand Hotel
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... come here every twelve years for the Kumbhe Mela festival. I turned down a little side street and came to a small temple right on the ghats of the river. The current looked fairly strong, and as a result, some areas had metal chains attached to the banks to stop bathers being swept away. Seeing this, I opted for just washing my face in the sacred water. Walking on through the market, I headed towards Hari Ki Pairi ghat, the main bathing ghats from where thousands of people ...
... a family and community from their devotion.
I fear that I’m not fully or accurately representing the ashram, those who’s lives are dedicated to the community and those who’s spirits remain and come to bless this sacred place. I trust that I am sharing what I can from my experience and that I will learn to more accurately represent them as I continue to learn more during this pilgrimage.
I joined in the yoga classes taught ...
We did sunrise yoga on the banks of the Ganga!!! It was beautiful. Lots of birds singing, cows mooing, and the warm Indian sun coming to life. I'm sure it's all mental but Yoga and Meditation feel so different and intense here. Some might argue the Millenniums of sages meditating might have created a different energy here. Or maybe it's because I'm on vacation and the stress if daily life isn't here. Who knows, but ...
... my own path; one most people would not choose or understand. As that last one was translated I remembered the Fender guitar Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder gave me and its inscription, "Terry walks the long road..." I melted. Sure maybe he says this to everyone and maybe everyone views themselves as creative or wise or loving, and maybe we hear and believe what we want to, but I studied his face and I didn't see any falsity. Nor in his tone. He opened one of his books and began ...
... to leave in the morning.
Don't get me wrong, the small narrow streets were very colorful, the shops were duplicates of one another, the activity of the people and the colors that they were wearing were beautiful, but the place was just too crowded. There were side streets everywhere and you could get lost so easily because everything looks the same.
Our room was just kool and added to ...