Posts tagged with: spirituality

Today I am preparing for my trip to the United Nations on April 29th to participate in a special session on Nuclear Disarmament. I already know several of the key players who will attend and I am looking forward to...
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February 16, 2014 Kerala, India I’m sitting in a clearing deep in the jungle next to an amazing tree. The sound of tropical birds and other animals of the forest can be heard from every direction and it is good...
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February 15, 2014 Kerala, India Today here in the jungle was amazing beyond words. We took a several hour jeep ride high up onto the sacred mountain in the center. The ride was both rough and dangerous and very very...
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Feb 12, 2014 Mahayaga Last day Here we are again and it is the last day of this prestigious event. Tomorrow we leave for Kohlor to bless a new temple and will stay there for four days. Then back to...
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Feb 10, 2014 Several days have passed since my last blog and as you can imagine, quite a bit has happened. We met with Satya and made a great connection, and then I had the opportunity to connect with a...
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Mahayaga Blessings Everyone. We have arrived in Palakaad safely after a typical Indian road journey. This means we have successfully navigated through all of the challenges of passing trucks on narrow highways around blind curves, playing chicken with ongoing traffic,...
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My blog today will be based on the talk that Sadhvi Sarawati gave to the Divine Shakti Festival group, who are sharing wonderful yoga classes here at Kumbha Mela. I am grateful for her amazing ability to take spiritual concepts...
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My blog today will be based on the talk that Sadhvi Sarawati gave to the Divine Shakti Festival group, who are sharing wonderful yoga classes here at Kumbha Mela. I am grateful for her amazing ability to take spiritual concepts...
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January 26th 2013 Kumbh Mela Allahabad, India Today started again early with heavy fog and a deep penetrating cold. I didn’t have the energy to go down to the river this morning so I performed a small peace ritual in...
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Patrick is sick today with the cough that has found a home in the frigid night air here on the banks of the river, so I will write about our day with 5000 school children yesterday. They came marching in...
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