Sitting in Paprola (not sure about the spelling), the closest town to Tashi Jong, the heavenly little Tibetan community I’ve been living in for the last few days. So much has happened. I just got a haircut and a shave for the whopping price of 20 rupees (about 50 cents), with after-cut chai included. Today is so beautiful; the sun shines like a radiant deity bestowing blessings, empowerments, and tan lines. I’ve been taking lots of pictures, which I hope to put on here soon. This trip has thus far been seemingly endless waves of auspiciousness, beauty, fun, and opportunities. It feels like I am becoming much more self-realized in the process.
In New York, I met Remy, a 26 year-old neurobiologist and musician from Quebec, who came to India to study sitar, intending to find a sitar master in Varanasi. We hit it off quickly, especially when we found out we had the same book on the Law of Attraction – his in French, mine in English – Abraham-Hicks’ ‘Ask and It is Given’ (Note: I highly recommend this book to anyone. It has already changed my life considerably. I plan on writing blogs on Abraham-Hicks’ teachings in the future. Buying the book in New York has turned out to be one of the best decisions I’ve made in a while).
I’m going to switch computers – to be continued.