|Good Bye India|
Being in India is like being in my own mother's womb. Not that I remember how that feels but how I imagine it to feel. Receptive, flexible, accommodating, a little chaotic but very cozy and colorful. India is the epitome of a loud sounding “YES......”, where everything is possible, all difficulties end up with a solution, specially for foreign travelers like me, and although crowded and confusing, there is a lot of comfort in the familiar smells, colorful garments, ripe fruits, delicious food and the good nature people.
I often arrive in India out of balance, in need of sunshine and my guru's embrace, with body aches and a disturbed mind, and India usually resets me back closer to my true nature of “no worries” and simple contentment. Now I know the reason India keeps calling me, as a reminder that I can not be away from her for too long. Deep in my heard, I know I must keep returning. This trip is over, but I will be back sooner than later...
We arrived in BC March 9th, and we are enjoying the chilly weather and the quiet...maybe too quiet though. Peter will stay here for the summer and I am heading to Brazil April 7th, where he will join me in the Fall.
I put together a potpourri of images from our trip – just a few video clips of here and there if you would like to see the colors and wonderful chaos of my Mother India.