Himalayan Iyengar Yoga Centre
in Dharamkot, Dharamsala and in Arambol, Goa
The monkeys have raided the farm and the orchard. They are stopping for a little bite on their way up the mountain, and the havoc they’ve caused to the fruit trees is a real damage. The mango tree blossom is wilting and little baby mangoes can already be seen in its place and the parrots have moved in for the three months of summer. Outside the ashram, it’s the harvesting season for wheat and the roads are lined with golden sheaths.
This summer I will spend here planting trees all around the ashram and then teaching the new and improved 320H Teachers Training – the main difference is that we now certify you upon completion of the course – although we hope you will still want to come and assist in our centres here in India. You can read about it here
Today is BUDDHA PURNIMA, the day that Buddha was born, died, and found enlightenment. Let’s celebrate the evolution of a human being to Buddha-hood, which is complete eradication of all the past.
I wish you peace and love on this auspicious day.
With much love,