When I was little, I loved taking a bed sheet and wrapping it around myself. I pretended it was a sari. When an Indian woman who was a neighbor of ours gave me a few bindis, I was thrilled beyond belief. I used to place a little red dot between my eyebrows and me pretending that I am a Hindu woman felt even more real. I began this pretend game when I was 4 years old.
Now I realize my fascination with saris and bindis was highly unusual. Communist Bulgaria of the 1980s was not a multi-cultural melting pot. Our Indian neighbor was one of a handful of Hindu people in the whole country. Why did I choose to play being a Hindu as opposed to a Peruvian, a Cuban or an African woman? It makes me wonder.
There have been many other signs along the way. These days I still don’t know why I love everything Indian so much but I am going on a journey to India to find out. I suspect the answer lies in a past life.
This journey will be about discovering India — its rich traditions, culture, colors, smells and sights. But it will also be a journey about me discovering more of myself and my own heritage. India awaits!
Has India been calling you? Join me on a spiritual journey through India. The adventure will stir up our memories and the past life regressions we will do will reveal them.
Our dates are February 15 – March 1, 2014. You can see the places we will visit at http://bit.ly/19XXL4N
Join me. This will be an adventure of a lifetime.
Watch this video and savor what is to come!
i want to invite you to add pondicherry/auroville to your india tour. it is such a special place. pondicherry is a former french colony on the east coast in tamil nadu (southern india) and neighboring auroville is an large international intentional community. it’s such a special place! here is the website: http://www.auroville.com
i currently live in auroville. if it interests you or if you have questions, i would be most happy to tell you more and/or to facilitate anything if i am able.
all the best,
Thank you so much, Josephine!
Mira, what was your experience? have you shared it somewhere? did you remember anything?
I loved India. It was an amazing, life-changing trip. I look forward to going back sometime soon.
Sending you love and I hope to visit Chennai next time. I hear it is a beautiful place.