God I just returned from such a majical trip. Teaching you get to see into the souls of people. We usually keep the masks abounding but when people feed their souls they get so gorgeous, so radiant, so open that I was blessed to walk into the inner corridors of their beings. What a blessing. To see souls all over the world who really want vastness. Who really want to be juicy. Who really want to be cracked open and dance in that delight.
I was treated to be in London for spring. Watch the daffodils dance is the breeze all yellow heads bobbing. The forsythia bursting for along with myriad of unknown or unnamed gorgeous plants that come forth to say life is abounding. I got very very close to a HUGE HUGE pink really pink not just sorta pink pelican in Hyde Park. As people snapped away with cameras and phones I got really close to him. He totally unconcerned just preening and cleaning. Even more delicious than this was the dance through the hearts of the students who continued to grow in number as the weekend progressed. They flew in from Israel, from Northern England, from France from the inner call of their souls. I fell in love with each and every one of them.
I got to stay with Mer and Michael whom I adore. Mer for her innate joy and mischief and Michael for his deep service and unabashed love of Mer. Now he has to service his body so he lasts or Mer will be so upset with you if you get old and stoggy to soon as will I you are too priceless to lose out. We all need to take care of these bodies. Remember no one ever said at the end I wished I’d spent more time at work. The regrets are I wish I’d spent more time with my loves and passions. Even Yogi Bhajan said at the beginning ” Eat less , Sleep less and meditate more.” At the end he abridged that to: “The Day is broken into three parts. One part for sleep and meditation, one part for work, one for being with the people you love doing the things you love.”
On to Prague one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Fell in love and had this crazy realization at the women’s legacy museum of what my mother meant when she used to proudly state that she was French, Bohemian and German. I was part Czech. I always thought she wished she was part of the Bohemian or part of the beatnik scene far away from her 6 demanding children. I felt I belonged there and taught from inside the hearts and souls these people. Plus if I had my one person to have dinner with it would be Vaclav Havel here is something he has written but imagine having a poet for a president. Not only a poet but a visionary he is beloved and hopefully when I return I will get to meet him in person.
“There are no exact guidelines. There are probably no guidelines at all. The only thing I can recommend at this stage is a sense of humor, an ability to see things in their ridiculous and absurd dimensions, to laugh at others and at ourselves, a sense of irony regarding everything that calls out for parody in this world. In other words, I can only recommend perspective and distance. Awareness of all the most dangerous kinds of vanity, both in others and in ourselves. A good mind. A modest certainty about the meaning of things. Gratitude for the gift of life and the courage to take responsibility for it. Vigilance of spirit.” (Havel upon receiving the Open Society Prize awarded by the Central European University in 1999, tr. Paul Wilson)
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Wahe Guru to you