Posted on April 26, 2011 by Lydia
Travel account of Laura’s trip
to India, February-March 2011
(written by Lydia, Laura’s Mum)
PART 4 (Day 9 until final day in India)
For this travel account, we showed our pictures to Laura. What Laura said during the trip or afterwards as comment to the photos is marked in blue.
5th March 2011, 11.18 am
the three ladies you see here came to the ashram not to receive but to give and that was very beautiful
A very small group of people gathered around these women explaining about ‘essenian healing.’ Well-known of Jesus’ time, but also with the Hopi Indians, the Mayas, the Aboriginals,… and in the ancient Egypt and in Atlantis, the continent that sunk twelve thousand years ago. There they received it from Beings from the stars. It uses sounds and oils and especially a lot of pure love.
Laura is allowed to come every day to
receive healing. Right away the women are
distinctly sweet towards her.
We have to walk through the heat for half an hour first because Laura walks very slowly, but the reward is worth it! The healings are a true joy for her, she’s taken seriously, she’s understood and valued for her right great significance, something which hardly ever happens.
The hospital building is also nice and cool and quite empty. Downstairs there is only a French dentist checking and treating day after day the odd 500 children of the orphanage, and whenever he tended to a child’s tooth, we can hear him sing special sounds, to close the gap in the aura around where the wound was made. Yes, a method from the mists of time and yet so futuristic.
Going upstairs is a challenge, but there we find the ‘Rishi shop’, selling pretty Indian stuff.
We all find things here to our taste.
in the shop I get to lie down on the floor and that is cool and pleasant
martine taught me to look at myself
Martine is happy with Laura and Laura is equally happy with Martine.
6th March 2011, 9.36 pm
March 2011, 11.40 am
my sister is leaving to have a beautiful trip with her spiritually wed new husband
I get to sleep in her nice room now
occasionally there are animals in the roof
Across the road we look out on the girls dormitory and garden. Laura quickly finds out how to get in by walking along a group of children.
children are the world’s
In their best English (the littlest children only speak their mother tongue Tamil), some girls tell me things like “Lara, I like her.” “Lara my friend.” Or: “Lara can sit in my class Tuesday” and so on…
I’m very touched by the children’s purity and beauty.
Windmill and view on the roof of the ‘dharmasala’ (dining hall)
aarti has nice cucumbers for
Aarti is a friend of Laura and she has a fridge. She’s not home when we arrive but Lieve who is staying there during her stay, let us in.
9th March, 4.48 pm
10th March 2011, 6.42 am
The sunbeams shed a golden glow onto the Lingam in the heart of the temple during the morning ritual.
10th March 2011, 12.12 am
Checking in for our domestic flight to Chennai.