everyone can take part
After hearing how enlightened and in love with life people are returning from this country, I wanted to see this for myself. I had to go to Goa. I say “I had to,” because I know that it is better to look for that peace and pacification somewhere outside the tourist areas, but the package tour turned out to be much cheaper than just tickets to any Indian city, even though I watched them for four months. Continue reading
Vipassana was not at all what I was thinking. Because, first of all, I practically didn’t really know anything about it, and secondly, everyone just said “You just try it” – and that’s the end of the conversation.
In India, I was already three or four months old when I applied for vipassana in Jaipur. I was looking for the closest city to Delhi (where I still wanted to go) and for the very near future. A couple of days later I received a positive response, and I went to meditate. Continue reading
Oh, Indian food! I am ready to sing her an ode, because in this country a vegetarian can feel in a gastronomic paradise. Here is a whole army of those who do not eat meat, fish and any products, upon receipt of which animals are killed or maimed. It is estimated that between thirty and forty percent of the country’s population prefers food of plant origin. Continue reading