Day two: Discipline

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Lunch Prayer

Before every meal, we chant Hare Krishna until the Dining Hall fills up.

Day Two brought with it a rebalance in my karma as I made up for last night’s ditch by sticking pricetags on CDs, however my boss said my bad penmanship is a sign that I’m probably bad in bed. But that little diss from Ananda was not my greatest worry — that would be succumbing to finally using the bathroom, which I’ve not done yet.

With that one exception, I’ve fallen into the routine of ashram life pretty smoothly: waking up at 5 a.m. and going through the daily schedule of meditation, chanting, yoga and lectures is proving to be a disciplining experience so far.

I miss Japan.

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taigame mienphi November 28, 2015 at 10:30 pm

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