The Grand Finale of our epic Spiritual Adventure
February 9, 2015 • Spiritual Adventures
Day 10, 8th February 2015. Final post of January North Indian Spiritual Adventure.
It is the last night of our spiritual adventure and the final post on this blog recapping the ten amazing days across North India with 27 bright souls. I conducted our final class in the morning in the beautiful gardens of Samode Bagh, Rajasthan where we were staying. I urged everyone to be clear with their goal and to be unwavering in their focus to attain it. Life is a precious gift and it is not to be squandered. Use the spiritual tools. Put them into practice. They do no good unless they are put into consistent practice. Use these special tools to manifest your goal. You have to want it. You have to really want it. I ended the class sharing with everyone two of my favorites quotes from my beloved guru. First, “Proceed with confidence!” and second, “Life is meant to be lived joyously”.
After class we left Samode and headed to Jaipur about 90 minutes away where we boarded a flight to Delhi, and checked into the very space age like hotel of Dusit Deverana. In the spirit of life is meant to be lived joyously we held a grand finale dinner for our group and each and everyone was encouraged to dress up for this last meal together. Everyone took this last assignment seriously and gosh did they all look beautiful. Enjoy the photos below and this video that humbly attempts to share with you parts of what the 28 of us experienced over 11-days traversing across north India. And thank you for following our journey as well!
A 11-day journey across North India that was immersed in meditation, yoga, learning, growth, self-discovery, colors, sounds, sights and unending laughter. Jan 29th to Feb 9th, 2015.
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