Letter from Bhutan
The people of Bhutan lack material things, but are rich in spirituality. Can we embrace this in our practices?
The silence in Bhutan is profound. I could almost reach out and touch it – intense, resonant, forgiving. It seems able to absorb any sound: words and talk simply dissolve into this vastness, transient and inconsequential. Since my return, the visceral memory of this silence sustains me in challenging moments, supporting me to listen for my deeper wisdom – for universal wisdom. My ability to be present feels steadier and more resilient.
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