The light is coming to give back everything the darkness stole💭💜
The East Mebon has one of the richest collection of lintel art anywhere in Angkor and most of them in an excellent state of restoration. This one depicts Garuda in the center slaying serpents. The floral scrolls emanating from the center towrds the two sides are exquisitely detailed. Another recurring feature of these lintels is the row of devotees on the top border, running the entire width of the lintel.
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🙌☀️🙏The Summer Solstice marks the longest day of the year, the day with most light in it. As the sun stretches her rays across the earth that day and shares her radiance with us, we should not be only aware and celebrate her warmth, but also our own inner light.💛 Today is about welcoming summer, the season of light and happiness, but also welcoming and cultivating those notions within ourselves.✨ We all have Supreme Light inside of us, and as we awake to the brightness of the sun, we must also awake and be conscious of our inner light🌼
This morning I focused on the third energy center- manipura chakra- it is said to be where the sun's light enters and then spreads throughout our entire system. This chakra’s element is fire and is associated with “the fire in our belly.” 🔥Our inner fire rests in this space. Manipura chakra is all about understanding our personal power and transforming it into something proactive, being self-disciplined and confident, and knowing the power and freedom we have in taking control of our life💫
I woke at 5am to see the sunrise at the canyon where I practiced then came back and taught this wonderful meditation, if you're interested here's the link 😃https://www.peacefuldumpling.com/summer-solstice-guided-meditation ☀️💚☀️💚☀️
Nah Trang was the third city we visited on our backpacking adventure.
Nah Trang is about a 3-4 hour bus ride down the mountain from Da Lat. Nha Trang is a bigger city on the coast Vietnam with a population of about 500,000 people. It definitely has more of a big city feel.
We didn't do too much in Nha Trang. We spent our only day there having drinks on the beach, right before a major storm hit. We ended up running back to our hotel while signs were being blown off buildings.
The Hindu god of Death, Yama riding his buffalo, which in turn is mounted on Kal (time). Yama is guardian of the southern direction, hence carved on the south facing lintel of the central temple at East Mebon. Kal is metaphorically represented as a wide mouth toothy monster devouring all, just like time ultimately consumes everything.
The bright sun illuminates the white sand dunes of Mui Ne in South Vietnam. It was inconveniently hot and warm but the view took my breath away. The atmosphere took me to an Arabian desert realness, perhaps just a feeling. Haha