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My first day in Hong Kong was spent trying to get to a temple where I could learn to pray with Buddhist monks. I realize that this isn’t usually what people do when they arrive at one of the worlds most prolific shopping Mecca’s – but nothing in the world could have convinced me that shopping was a better idea than praying while my whole being was adjusting from living on a farm to being in the world’s most populated urban center. 3,047 more words
El nombre de la escuela de tao yin en la que nos hemos formado lleva el nombre del arquetipo femenino Kuan Yin. “Tao yin” significa “canalizar energía”, mientras que “Kuan Yin” en nuestro nombre hace referencia a los atributos de este arquetipo relacionados con la luz y el sonido. 575 more words
Turn me loose at the garden shop and this is what happens.
I went nuts in the herbs, which is about normal for me. To the marjoram and thyme I already have in, I added parsley, sage, basil, dill, chive, oregano, and rosemary. 1,481 more words