Annapurna Circuit Day 13: On my last day I climbed up to Poon Hill from Ghorepani in time for the sunrise. The panorama of white-capped peaks was the perfect finale to an amazing two weeks in the Himalayas! On this journey I learned a lot about my physical and mental strengths, and I was able to reflect on and prioritize things that mean the most to me. Its a great feeling to know I’m leaving this trek a stronger person than when I started. I already can’t wait to hike the circuit again, but for now I’m on to the next adventure!! .
“All this time I was finding myself and I didn’t know I was lost”
Cannabis is a sacrament associated with Shiva- the progenitor of all meditative, yogic, martial art, and dance forms. It effects your sense of time and brings you into the now if ingested correctly. I make this post to remind those of you who use this plant that it came from an enlightened culture some 3000 years ago. A time of heightened consciousness, sexual liberation, and astounding intellect. To think that mankind almost lost all of this to western civilization and alcohol is frightening to me. When you use Cannabis, meditate or perform yoga asanas. You will soon understand a different way of being- a whole new set of possibilities. Remember- smoking it is a very poor approximation for ingesting it orally as a sacrament. You will understand when you try. For all those of you who are wishing each other a happy 4/20- Har Har Mahadev! Om Namah Shivaya. #shiva#ganja#cannabis#420#yogisofinstagram#shakti#ganesha#lingam#consciousness#mahadev#bhang#yoga#dance#indus#himalayas#tibet
Day 8. Loboche 5100m, Waking up numerous times in the night grasping for air. Headache is constant in the night but it let's go in the morning. We start our trek before sunrise and it's very cold. Several of our teammembers feel nauseous. And one faints and just colapses. With great help from our guides she is fine after some time but it's a reminder of the very real dangers on this altitude. #himalayas#thestrugglecontinues#nepal#happyness#eskilstuna#dontgoalone
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How weird is it.
There are these weeks and months when you have been best friends and cut to today, the most you do is like their Instagram or Facebook post.
Your Facebook shows you all those moments in your Friendanniversary video.
But all that you remember is things fading away.
But I guess these are the ones who know us the most.
Even meeting after months, it is never difficult for them to sense the hollowness in your talks and the happiness on your face.
Some relationships are at its best when the two meet often. Some are amazing because they talk everyday. Some are special solely because it just doesn’t need all of that.
And one day when you meet them at a café randomly ,you’ll realise that things did change, but nothing changed between you two.
So even if you haven’t spoken for the longest time,just don’t forget them.
They are there.
They’ll always be there.