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... of toxins and staring at it and seeing the plants change from green in the air to black as they neared the water proved it to me. There was a lot of pain that was a mix of fear, sadness, judgment and anger that came up seeing this all. I have been to India before when I was 15 with my parents during a month long trip around SE Asia and I saw some similar sights but not so much of it all at the same time as I was immersed and the only one of ‘my kind’ as ...
... myself a little pep talk...c’mon you really want to do it Wilfried survived. If you don't do it you will regret it. I stepped up to the edge...took a breath...said a prayer....and jumped. Splash. What a rush!
Raj jumped next and one of the other guys. The other one made his way back down the rocks. Smiling happily that he was not joining in. We climbed back in the raft and continued on. At the end of our adventure. I grabbed my bag. Hugged my friends goodbye and tromped ...
After nearly 5hrs on rural roads and constant hooting, I arrived in Haridwar one of the seven most holy cities in Hinduism. My hotel is right on the water and has an amazing balcony overlooking the Ganges. The city is crowded with pilgrims who flock to bathe in the sacred waters of the goddess the Ganges or the Ganga as it is known in Hindi. The old town is a warren of narrow lanes filled with souvenir stalls, gift shops and ...
We were lured by images of the fast flowing Ganges, so close to its source that it's actually clean, and edged with soft white sands. Irresistible. It seemed almost unrecognisable as the filth pit Ganges we'd first experienced in Varanasi, a few hundred miles down stream. Yes, the setting was gorgeous - the waters blue and the sands white - but, being that we were still in India, it was both noisy and busy. What ...
... room was marble (marble is plentiful there) and I had a small sink and two beds. There were two beds without pillow cases or sheets, so I used something that looked like a shawl instead. The shower was not working, but this was an ashram after all and spiritual atmosphere was paramount.
This Ashram is under the direction of Param Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswati.Curiously, his closest assistants are two American women, the older one seems to ...