My teacher had said a few times, if you ever want to test your yoga or your progress, go and spend a few weeks with your family and see how calm you are. Well I did that during the first two weeks of my travels, I had my parents with me, the first week was… Read More Ahimsa and Travelling
Ahimsa so far…. I really think that everything is in the intention. Intention brings awareness and awareness sprouts knowledge. Just being aware every day that I am researching, practicing and observing the practice of ahimsa has given me tremendous insight into how often I cling to such fleeting moments and let them aggravate me. Being… Read More Ahimsa so far….
In the week since returning to Hanoi, so many randomly beautifully, bizarre events have happened that I’ve decided to create a weekly post with my favourite story from each week. Coming back to Hanoi was amazing, the hectic traffic, cheap street food, pushy locals, condensed milk coffee, sinkholes with trees planted in them and live… Read More #1 The Pottery Village of Bat Trang
Gokarna, the small old town of Karnataka, a place to go when you need to calm down and look inside for truths. With a few beaches, a trek into the old town for supplies and not much of anything else, it’s like Vipassana with talking. If learning to relax is something of a… Read More Mindfulness in Gokarna
If you’ve read the book Hippie Dharma by F.D. Colaabavala then you’ll know a lot about Goa and the Hippie path through Eastern Europe, into Nepal and headlining in Goa. If you haven’t read it, you should. I understand it’s not the 60’s and the era of free love is now past commercialization and… Read More Returning to Goa
Appreciating the days end and the nights beginning.