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A few ruminations from the retreat

I've said it before, and I'll repeat it now: The path to enlightenment is no walk in the park. Katy and I sat on a meditation cushion for 12 hours each day, straining to not strain, but rather remain equanimous with our mind and body. It is pretty amazing how quickly my inflexible body was...

permalink written by  Katy and Mark Lewis on May 17, 2009 from Dharmsala, India
from the travel blog: India and Nepal



The mental journey continues

Our childhood friend, Courtney Zenner, has been living here off and on for a couple of years. She is currently helping to teach a course on Tibetan Buddhism for an Emory University study abroad program. She is a wealth of knowledge on the historical struggle for freedom, as well as the...

permalink written by  Katy and Mark Lewis on May 1, 2009 from Dharmsala, India
from the travel blog: India and Nepal



Dharmsala

With a wonderful sense of accomplishment and reward for finishing the Annapurna Circuit in 15 days carrying all of our own weight, Katy and I enjoyed a couple of beers and some Western food in the lakeside town of Pokhara. We then continued onto Kathmandu, where we stayed one night before...

permalink written by  Katy and Mark Lewis on April 30, 2009 from Dharmsala, India
from the travel blog: India and Nepal



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