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... 8217;s best for myself or others so that I may stay open to what is really going on below the monkey mind chatter of what to do and how to do it. There is a much greater wisdom at work if I can stay open to allow it to guide me. I notice this part shows up when I’m scared and feel a lot especially with those who are close to me and are more sensitive to my experience. I have tended to hide and now I want to either say I need to go take care of myself ...
... as far as possible from the tourist district. I get the distinct feeling that they would prefer that we use the restaurants instead.
Rishikesh, Tuesday, 11 March, 2014
I was jolted out of bed by a knock at my door – my BACK door. Yep, a case of the Delhi Belly again. I guess it was the soup I had last night that did me in. Within the first two hours of the day, I made a half a dozen trips to the toilet.
To add to the gloom of the ...
... research, the charitable organization that operates the monastery provides free food, accommodation, clothing, and medical care to over 300 monks.
Despite the contemplative, scholarly, and religious focus of the monastery, visitors are welcomed to the campus. The area was like an peaceful oasis in the city with attractively landscaped gardens and very well maintained facilities (many of the campus religious ...
... finally does come through, I really noticed today a certain vibration going through the body. You should try this and try to be aware of how the laugh when it comes - makes you feel.
Also 20 mins is a long time trying to make yourself laugh! Swarmi Prem Viren though was great - walking around laughing - saying laugh at your mind, laugh at your thoughts, laugh at anything that pops into ...
... t seem to mind the fact that we could have easily fallen off the cliff with the slightest loss of control or turn of the wheel like me. Guess a main learning from this trip was that I have a greater fear of heights than I thought. Thankfully we made it to the top, and were greeted by hot chai and one of the most beautiful sunrises I've ever seen over the Himalayas. So far, it has only been rivaled by my experience on Huangshan mountain in China. The scene ...