#Mindfulness in Bhutan

Gosh I thought it rained in England but sitting here at Chitwan National Park in Nepal it takes the biscuit! The rain has not stopped for two days solid so no jungle trekking looking for those elusive tigers and rare one horned Rhinos. It does however give me chance to catch up on the thoughts of Bhutan where I recently

Beautiful Bhutan

Beautiful Bhutan

spent 10 days in the company of the most beautiful people I have yet found on our planet. When I say beautiful I am not talking about outward looks but of that rare inner beauty of the person. They are so gentle,polite and kind. Their country as yet so pure and untouched by greed. Visiting the Zongs (Temples) took me back to Reiki and finding some of the signs and symbals written in the ancient Indian sanscripts  that we Reiki Masters use was sheer joy in my heart that we share something so precious which brings inner peace and harmony. The latest fad in England at the moment seems to be Mindfulness which has in fact been around for many thousands of years – something which is common in Bhutan and the people there. I fear it is something we have lost touch with in our commercial world . If you would like to learn Mindfulness for you or your children please contact me. Meanwhile I will get back to the rain and hope you are having better weather in England. X

Rain rain and more rain!

Rain rain and more rain!

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