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A peace trip to Nepal - Why is it important for riders? Life Story #2

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by , 12-09-2019 at 05:17 PM (66 Views)
Hey xBhpians,

This is another life story I am writing, which brings out the best version of mine till date, 2019 was the year not to get enlightened, the life which was made for me, was much for seeking forgiveness and consciousness. Living so many parallel lives, I had to get a lot of things sorted out in life. Apparently, I had get some things fixed with myself, get my life sorted with memories and be peaceful. May it was a personal problem which I was dealing with, I couldn't ride - So, one fine day I decided to meditate, just like the saying

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"If you want to be a millionaire, spend time with millionaires. If you want to start your company, spend time with entrepreneurs and if you in search of peace, spend time with monks"


So, I was looking for a Monk mind-set, following the path of Buddha who had been inspiring me since years for peace. People have their own choices to meditate all around the globe, Vipasana being the one it's related to give up the attachments you have towards the world temporarily. Finally, I took flight to Delhi and then from there to Kathmandu, Nepal. I had a friend waiting there for me to look over my logistic support and transportation. From there we flew to the North West of Nepal - to Lukla airstrip from where I had to trek for a couple of hours. Trekking being one kind of adventure I don't like the most. I usually, don't go out for trekking even in India, I have climbed mountains in South India, this being so steep, I had to take help from the local sherpa in this to take to my destination Tengboche Monastry where I met a fellow monk who was friend of my friend too. Trust me, getting me there was a hard thing to the sherpas and ofcourse me having an anxiety for the life I was coming from. I recently had a fight with the person I love the most, although it was my mistake. Ego was my first enemy whom I had to kill, but I have kept it alive to face the real world soon.
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Looking for peace is not one time thing, it's a process. Just like changing a mind-set. Being known for what I wanted it was just peace, not learnings. I had learnt the aspects of Buddhism from few years which made me easier to explore most of the things. Meditation is priceless thing to be done, I could do it in Tengboche. Interacting with the monks and learning their lifestyle and more importantly, have a mind-set of theirs.
Made a few monk friends for a week there, learned a lot of philosophies and headed back to Bangalore.

So, that was me who had to change a lifestyle for a bit and getting back to my normal life, for the decisions I have taken for life and getting back to normal but being peaceful manner.

Tips for riders who can do the same things or go for meditation.
1. Always meditate for 15 minutes a day - just to stay calm in the traffic.
2. If you are planning for a longer ride, detox yourself in your diet.
3. I know anger is a important emotion, but not the priority as a impulsive reaction.

"Control how you respond to things which are sent to destroy your peace"

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