Ananda in the Himalayas
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... beginning of the course by Dr Ganason our teacher why I was attending and what was the one thing I wanted to take home, I boldly stated that I wanted to learn a new philosophy and way of living and to be able to bring this back into my every day life. When asked again at the end of the course, I realised that what I actually wanted was stillness. Thankfully it is possible to achieve true stillness through meditation and I have been taught how to ensure this can be continually ...
... 8217;ve munched on wheat free chick pea and millet chapatti, smoky aubergine and tomato curry and delicious no egg no flour savoury pancakes with spicy relish. It’s really difficult to imagine eating anywhere else after this, we’ve been spoilt for sure. Well ok, we have sneaked one or two snickers bars in, and also made a discovery with the local chocolate biscuits from town…and got everyone else hooked on them too! Everyone needs a little sweet treat every ...
... of a fun workout.
The second class was with a 106 year old Yogi. Lets face it… we should all be able to keep up with that old chap. Then again, he has been focussing his body on those movements for a lot longer than I have so yes… he can bend his body into all sorts of shapes that I cannot achieve. I also broke out into a sweat before he did. For crying out loud then man weighs just 36kg and is about as tall as me. I got round to thinking that he ...
... 8217;ve also rare had this kind of playful connection with older men especially. He then thanked me several times and took Rudraksha and left. I was still in a state of awe by myself and noticing that I felt so much better. I need more joyful play like this! It is so healing!
Later on that afternoon I played the violin and sang by myself and found even more uplifting. Aarti (evening prayers) were also very relieving to be able to share my experience ...
... to the Wikipedia article about him, “The Indian Council for Child Education recognized his pioneering role in the growth of children's literature in India . . .” Since I can take a picture of him anytime I want (should I have the desire to do so – which I don’t), I declined the offer of these young men to buy photos of the famous Ruskin Bond. James Bond, perhaps. But Ruskin? No thanks.
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