Punya remembers an event in Edinburgh, Scotland (where else if we talk about ghosts?)
In the third and final part, Svagito organises the transport of Meera’s body and hears a first report from the police investigation.
In the first part of Svagito’s recollections, we followed him and Meera on their adventure in South Africa up to the fatal dive. In this part Svagito tells of the many decisions he had to make to take care of her body.
Svagito on the events that lead to Meera’s leaving her body (Part 1 of 3): “Nothing warned me of any danger. Everything happened suddenly and unexpectedly.”
Madhuri experiences a change in energy after she stopped complaining and being “so whiny and sad and forlorn and exhausted and unashamed to gasp and groan and be miserable…”
Allan searching for and finding ways to experience the ongoing bliss of the Buddhafield and profound acceptance of the facts of death.
As winter covers the Earth in the Northern hemisphere, Prem Geet focuses on the dreamtime and transformational dreamwork.
Karunesh writes that the real meaning of darshan is the transmission of samadhi through the grace of a master.
Karunesh speaks of his intense meditation experiences and also asserts that if something takes your breath away, not to worry.