... Travel for your soul; Choose the middle way path.
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Nepal represents a longing, a thirst to attain truth - the truth that resides in every heartbeat, the truth that is lying asleep under the layer of our consciousness, the truth that is ours but forgotten. Its remembrance, its reclamation, is Nepal.
The days of the Upanishads were the most glorious. The only search, the only seeking, the only longing, was to know oneself - no other ambition ruled. Riches, success, power, where mundane. Those who were ambitious, those who were chasing riches, those who wanted power, were considered psychologically impaired. Those who were truly healthy psychologically, spiritually healthy, their only search was to know and to be oneself, and to declare to the whole universe the innermost secret contained in,''Aham Brahmasmi''.
The lotus flower has been symbolic to the East, because the East believes you should live in the world but remain untouched by it. You should remain in the world, but it should not remain in you. You should pass through the world without carrying any impression, any impact, any scratch. If by the time of your death you can say that your consciousness is as pure, as innocent as you have brought with you at birth, you have lived a religious life, a spiritual life.
Such is the lotus flower, it grows from mud in the water, and yet remains untouched; a symbol of transformation. "Osho"
Meditation trekking gets body, mind and spirit in rhythm
Meditation gets you in tune with the nature and your surroundings. The best way to do that is by being one with nature itself. You could be meditating on the banks of some of the most beautiful lakes in the Himalayas