My family and friends often ask me why I go to India every year. “I meditate”, is my usual short reply. I know they think I only sit down the whole day. That is hardly the case. Let me show you…
In Madhuban (how we fondly call the university), most of the students start theirday at 4am. Personally, I feel that the best time to meditate is at dawn
before the world wakes up.
|Then, I go for chai or walk. Here, I came across 2 Rajasthani women one early morning.|
At 7am, I attend class. This is Dadi Janki, the 97-year old administrative head of Brahma Kumaris
sharing with us.
**In the afternoon, all departments close down for siesta. We usually rest or go around until 5.30pm. The picture above was taken in the museum at Peace Park.
|**By the way, we also play.|
|**And sit down for chit-chat.|
|Before the day ends, we have dusk meditation. Here, our group climbed Baba’s Rock for |
a view of the sunset and a beautiful yoga experience.