Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Lucid dreams of Buddhist Bali (video)

Dhr. Seven, Amber Larson, Wisdom Quarterly; Lillian Pierson; Sun-Surfer.com
The largest Buddhist temple in the world is in Islamic Borobudur, Indonesia.

"Got it on the inside; don't need to wear it out," Matt Miller likes to say. Of course, he also says Akeda, and who knows what he's talking about.

And it's just this kind of thing that wears thin, and we despair of livin' in the big city, toiling in urban environs.

If only, if only there were a faraway land, exotic and exciting, able to seduce Liz Gilbert and other travel writers. But there is, they say, there is such a place! Dense jungle, surrounded by ocean, full of ancient Buddhist temples. That's where lucid dreaming comes in... TO BE CONTINUED IN PART II
(Harry Mateman) Brahma Vihara Arama ("Divine Abode Monastic-Park"), Bali, Indonesia

Formerly Buddhist Indonesia is a vast set of islands below India and SE Asia.

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