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... we looked and experiences our ignorance, then found some equanimity with ourselves and others which helped us to start to cultivate the experience of bodhicitta (the aspiration to save all sentient beings) and then go into emptiness and how we will continue to practice with the Six Perfections that are a guide to progress towards enlightenment. Just a little bit to work with.
I left the retreat feeling empowered and full in my being, thank you thank you Tushita and all ...
... made him a bit uncomfortable and he would find ways to avoid answering them. We had read that surveillance was really bad here but it was crazy to see in effect. Srinagar is possibly the saddest place I've been. 100 years ago this would have been a beautiful town, full of great buildings with amazing architecture. However, none of it has been looked after and the buildings are literally falling down. All of the ground floors have been converted into shops but ...
... you gotta be ******* kidding me!! Ha! Anyways, that night laying down relaxed in bed, I really focused my attention on my upper lip again - and voila - my whole body was full of a strange tingly sensation. I was able to move the sensations around at will. It was pretty cool. I went to bed, feeling a little relieved and hoping for a more "interesting" day on Day 9. Day 9: Strangely, during this meditation course, I didn't need much sleep. This day I woke up at ...
It was time to hit the road again and head west towards Kashmir. Not wishing to do the journey in one 18 hour stretch I first took a bus to the temples at Alchi some of which had murals dating back 1000 years. I met some Buddhist nuns who were also visiting and kindly gave me a lift back to the main road then I hitch-hiked with a winemaker from Chile and waited for a bus, taxi or car to stop for us. We were only there half a minute before an army ...
... a good sign. There are two reasons for this. First, it indicates that the driver is not super-macho Mr. Testosterone. Second, it acts as a limiter to the driver's aggressiveness, lest the figurines slam into the windshield/roof and get beat to hell.