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... without a bhikñä. But he would be peaceful. He suffered diseases, but the mind never came down to the body level. He slept only for three or four hours. For him sleep was also an obstacle to sädhanä.This was the level of his çärérika tapas.
· Väk Tapas: There is a tapas of speech also – väk tapas.In the Gita it is said that one should speak words which do not cause agitation; our words should not hurt anyone, they should be true, pleasing ...
... flow and can be developed very well by restricting businesses everywhere near the fall and providing adequate parking facilities.
We got exhausted just by commuting between vehicle and the fall and could not dare take a dip in so unhygienic conditions.
We came back to Kasmanda Palace and had our lunch. We decided to rest and relax as a long journey to Delhi was to follow the next day.
... on my bed in all it's glory. I smiled, grateful and fell back asleep.
**to all those who may read this and be concerned about my well being....know that every day I am getting stronger...this is why I am here xo
Before my complete crash a few days back I had been enjoying getting up at 6 am. Hiking down the hill. Over rocks. I had found a secluded spot by some big rocks with clean white sand. Dipped my feet in the Ganga. Washed my face and hands. ...
... the bananas in front of him while taking his picture. But remember, my camera was indisposed due to the batteries being charged on the other side of the room. So all I could think to do was to scare him off – and hide my bananas.
This experience brings up some questions: I had only had my curtains open for about five minutes before he banged against my window – and from where my room is, there are few vantage points from which ...
... why such a nice and centrally located hotel is so cheap.
After yet another disappointing lunch today, I wanted to get myself on a new eating regimen. The plan was to buy a half a tandoori chicken every day and use most of it to make sandwiches for dinner on the fairly decent whole wheat bread that I found. The rest of the chicken I would combine with some vegetables from my hotel for lunch. (It seems that a big part of the hotel’s revenues come ...