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"Who could be so lucky? Who comes to a lake for water and sees the reflection of the moon." Rumi

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Beautiful… the search for that which can only be sensed through mindfullness will be seen as delusional to some but inspirational to others. ahhh… to reach enlightenment… one day

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‘We human beings live between the two realities of earth and sky. The earth stands for all that is practical, material, tangible, and incarnate. It is the knowable world, objectively knowable through voyages of discovery and observation. We all partake of this world and its knowledge through the vast store of accumulated collective experience. There is one word for all this. It is Nature. In Sanskrit, Nature is called Prakrti. It is composed of five elements, which we characterise as earth, water, fire, air and space. Consequently and sympathetically, the body is made up of these same five elements, which is why we also use the term prakrti for the body. When space explorers bring back rocks from the moon and scientists study them, they are studying Nature. When we calculate the temperature on the surface of the sun, we are observing Nature. Whether we study planetary Nature or cosmic…

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A lover of arts, tea & nature.

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