Ayurveda Man Comes Through
I could only dream of trekking today. Pain overnight, but finally by this evening an Ayurvedic doctor, Narada, came to figure out my issues. They were purely mechanical by nature, and the issue has much to do with how I position myself when lying in bed.
You never stop learning. Learning is about everything. Chapter Four of the Gita concentrates on jnanam, learning or knowledge. Now one translation I've always thrived on—by our guru—on the subject of knowledge, is to discern the difference between matter and spirit.
It was from this chapter that I was asked to say something at the local temple's Sunday Open House. My God! Beautiful questions came out of this talk. Stimulating!
It was a cool day, meaning awesome! At the theatre our group presented a matinee of, "Gods and Demons." More energy and more innovations were inserted and again the showing of, "The Walking Monk," was presented. Thank you Michael Oesch, for a job well done on this film. There were quite a lot of requests by parents to enrol their kids in next year's production.
"We'll see what we can do for you as we get closer to the actual date.” ‘We’ meaning Kala, the main coordinator, and I. Good response!
A sangha program at someone's home put a closure to the day before Narada got to massage and observe this person's walking body.
May the Source be with you!