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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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... and private. From the moment I landed I entered her vortex, like a funnel I spun around in circles and I landed in my center, the pit of the volcano. But as I am guided to share parts of my journey with those of you who want to listen, what I can say is that never before in my life did I experience or learn of the divine feminine like I did in Bali, where her presence is strong and subtle. Just as a mother nurtures ...
We had to get up early this morning as we were being fetched by Wafiki promptly at 9 o’clock. We had breakfast in the restaurant and had taken all our bags with to the restaurant and left them at reception - he arrived on time and our bags were packed in the car; we were then whisked off to the monkey forest, our first stop.
It was only a short drive to the forest and this visit had been an impromptu inclusion, as it was not on our ...
... t really rely on directions from people who speak a different language... I discovered a pine tree on my walk! (Check the pix.) Someone told me that the early European explorers used to plant Norfolk pines everywhere they landed, so that if they lost a mast, they would not have to go far to find a tree that could be used to replace it. I don't know if it's true, but it is a nice story. The shala is ...
... sun rise over Lombok, and as the orange rays of sunlight began to touch the walls of the villa when the sun rose high enough in the sky we knew that the last day was dawning on us all. Soon enough Sare would be arriving to cook us our final eggy breakfast and then we would be challenged with the reluctant task of collecting our stuff, sadly packing our bags and saying our glum goodbyes. It was hard work packing our bags that day, for it signified not just the end of these two weeks, ...
... br> Ari then chanted the astrology book-reader’s mantra, telling the gods that he has a client and wishes to know the characteristics of the person and determine the horoscope. He asks the gods to open the way, first asking Shiva to clear the path to knowledge. To me, this is quite similar to the Jewish way of asking for the ability to pray at the beginning of the Amidah—Adonai sefatai, Lord, open my lips—or like the Hineni prayer ...