High lights of Heaven Hill Experience. Beautiful children. Beautiful people. Peace,serenity and beauty. Himalaya mountains. Seeing a dream of a young man being pursued. Life experience. Fulfilment. Following my dream to volunteer. Joy of new printer at school. Sunrise and sunset s. Lowlights of Heaven Hill. Hard beds Leaches Mosquito s Rats No electricity sometimes. […]Read more "Heaven Hill Story – Part 3"
Here I am 3 weeks later…on a bus heading to Kathmandu. It’s very bumpy and difficult to write. This time I have chosen a micro bus instead of the local one.Another experience, Shamser and Kopania had arrived back from Kathmandu this morning and said it had taken 10 hours cause of traffic jam.My bag is […]Read more "The Heaven Hill Story…Part 2."
After making the commitment to follow my heart, I signed up as a workaway volunteer. I have had workaway at my house to help me over the last few years.Ian one from England even helped paint my house. I added that I would be in India area. I got an invite from Shamser to come […]Read more "The Heaven Hill Story..Part 1…."
The first two I had already shared. 1. Be present- just being in every moment. 2. Patience- Take time, build from the roots up. 3. Compassion- Our lives are of a temporary nature, life is fragile and impermanent. Always remember true compassion for self and others.Fully recognising your own needs and others. 4. Transmutation – […]Read more "The Eleven Keys…."
21st August 2017 Pangon Lake the highest salt water lake in world at 15.000ft above sea level. The journey there over the Changla pass, 17586ft..another epic trip on these tracks they call roads. We weren’t aware such an amazing experience would be had here. As group of 22 we made a mandala out of stones […]Read more "Opening to the Heavens- Destiny."
19th August 2017 Off we go to Thickse monastery for the night on our way to Pangon lake.Here we will meditate with the monks and Taras.I awoke with lots red hearts going on in my mind.”let go and let God”. Number two key: Paitence- do not push anything, life is how it is meant to […]Read more "Red hearts and Paitence."
Today was a strange start,as we set off in our 5 Tara group cars.I got the back seat in 7 seater car.It was kinda weird as you feel abit isolated in there. People forget to flick the seat to let you out.We are heading to the Lamayuru monastery and Alchi monastery. On the road in […]Read more "Signs on the Road….18th August 2017"