Pokhara and an afternoon with monks
October 21, 2010 • Spiritual Adventures
Our first full day in the lake side town of Pokhara. We started the morning with a class exploring the 8 progressive steps of Raja Yoga, understanding psychic nerve currents and centers of consciousness. Our backdrop to the class was the spectacular Annapurna mountain range clearly visible in the morning.
Later that afternoon we visited a Tibetan village and the Jangchub Choeling monastery. The monks were kind to invite us to sit with them as they conducted their afternoon ceremonies. We then visited a carpet weaving center and some members of our group decided to play a game of basketball with local Tibetan boys.
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