Tibetan Ashoka Guest House
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... feel the effects. I think partly it’s because I have been needing this practice as a way to integrate my mind and body with an emphasis on cultivating an altruistic mind that is devoted to helping others to awaken as a cause for my own awakening and which is developing emptiness and bliss as the states that lead to awakening. I could say that I’ve been already doing this though mindful creative expression, but it wasn’t conscious, yet really it is ...
... raincoat, fleece, walking trousers etc just in case we had a carry on of the weather from the previous night. Breakfast comprised of some eggy bread, cereal and fruit with a warm cup of Chai, not bad considering we were so high up. We then had our guide, Mander, meet up with us who had 2 ground mats as two of us would be sleeping on the floor tonight at the accommodation. We then set of from the Base Camp up towards the mountains (left at 9am). The path up was rocky but at ...
... quarters, dining halls, and of course a meditation hall. You cannot leave the complex, and from 4:30am until 9:00pm, there are 12 hours of scheduled meditation activities. Meals are nutritious but very simple, but dinner is especially meager. Males and females are segregated for the entire course. The course is free but you can donate after competing the course if you wish. Another rule is to abide by the Code of Noble Silence: abstinence from talking, eye ...
... asleep half way through the yoga class. It was pretty fun to see her confusion when she finally woke up at the end of the class. But the yoga class was really fun and even though it was a beginner class it was kinda hard for the first time in a month I was using muscles that weren't just in my legs! After yoga and lunch some of the girls had decided that they wanted to get tattoos and me and Kristine had been talking ...
... the Kashmir region was I became fed up with the constant hassle and soon headed south. It was a hot, day long journey to Jammu - thankfully along a good road with some decent scenery and I saw monkeys for the first time in weeks. Arriving in the early evening it must have been well over 30c and was like a sauna. This was just an overnight halt before heading to McLeodganj. If you have heard of this hill town it’s probably because it has ...
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