Royal Orchid Suites
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... Pakistan and Bangladesh (originally called East Pakistan, but having one country divided into two different areas was just a bit much and East Pakistan was aided by India in forming it’s own country, still primarily Muslim). And sent any Hindus from Pakistan and East Pakistan packing to India. There were hundred of thousands of families that were uprooted by this…many of ...
... teach us to do what she did. I asked if helping people get dressed was a common request. It, apparently, was not as this was her first time assisting guests in this manner. We thanked Sumajara profusely for her handiwork and hoped to see her again.
With a braid in my hair and a bindi on my forehead, I was ready for the evening. After a lobby photoshoot we enjoyed a beer at the polo club and then headed to ...
... I thought I would check one more time at the front desk. They had no idea what I was talking about but said that it would need an override and should be taken care of by the time I got up.
Once I got up this morning I called the manager and they said it shouldn't be a problem but could they just email me later today. I had to press them a bit as I wanted to know before we headed to work as I would have to check out if they could not accommodate ...
... the Banyan tree, and we sat with them to meditate. Closing our eyes, we went to a peaceful place. My understanding is that the idea in our meditation practice is to make space so that there is less noise within. I sat for a short while, and then was off again to explore the different aspects of the Ashram, trying to take in as much as I could.
My feelings toward this specific Ashram were mixed. A 3-week course costs $6,000, and Nithyananda is presented in a ...
... they performed all the possible tests : blood, urine, stool, even malaria and HIV test !
But the fact was I was feeling better every hour. And the nurses were very nice. They checked my levels every 2 hours and I was visited by at least 3 doctors this day. When they brought my lunch and after having come 3 times to ask me to eat it, the nurse finally said : "You will eat now", brought the plate, mixed the food and staid beside me until I ate the last bit.... After a ...