Aamod At Dalhousie
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... chakras'. Joan is a Canadian, former psychoanalysis, Buddhist nun. Her teaching proves to be much more rational. On the last day we can talk again and it's strange hearing people speak after ten days. Most people took Buddhist vows for a day, which involved skipping dinner, so the breakfast proves particularly appetising as well as pizza and chocolate balls for lunch, I stick around after the course as people head for some drinks and stay in a different ...
... very incredible experience in which I learned a lot about Buddhism, as well as about myself. Between the notes that I took from the teachings, and all of my thoughts, I filled an entire journal. I definitely hope that I'll be able to come back here some day, or maybe visit another monastary somewhere else in the world!
Things I Like About Buddhism:
- We are not told that this is 'the way' and 'the only way'. In fact, we are told to be skeptical ...
Last morning we had an initiation into meditation by Mr Dhami. Finally it was time to bid goodbye, the Dhami family actually treats you like their own relatives so the departure can be lill emotional.
Our drive back was again eventful because of the three landslides enroute, but V got to see how a JCB clears a road. Now that we are back we are already promising ourselves to go back and do some treks in the same location. Thank you Mr Dhami and family. Thank you HP.
... I instantly signed up for a couple of days classes with him, as well as another treatment for myself before we left and a massage for Barry the following day.
We had a couple of celebratory drinks that evening, but I think the fresh air and relaxed vibe was all a bit much for Barry as he ended up totally wasted! But that was absolutely fine as all he had to do for the next couple of days was chill out while I was off doing my yoga and massage, Yoti’s yoga classes ...
... do with the cold in all honesty) so after and early breakfast at the Trek & Dine we went for a trek around some of the local villages. Fortunately for us our starting point of Dharamkot marked the highest point of the trek, meaning that we spent most of the day drifting slowly downhill. Dharmakot seemed to meld almost seamlessly into the neighbouring village of Bhangsu. Bhangsu was slightly larger than Dharmkot, holding more shops ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet