New York (PRWEB) April 21, 2010
From the rarified air of Tibet's vivid capital, Lhasa, to the meditative vastness of the historic Yarlung Valley, Body Mind Spirit Journeys offers a Tibet highlighted by the hospitable inhabitants of this remarkable mountain land. Join Glenn Mullin on an intimate experience to this awe-inspiring region and a journey that combines Tibet with the best of Kathmandu.
Whatever one dreams about these countries are, they will experience many precious, private, unforgettable places that will integrate, authenticate, and profoundly consolidate one’s wholeness.
Included is a visit to the once inaccessible land of Bhutan. If ever a place exists where nature and man consulted to create their dearest image, it’s Bhutan. On this journey led by Glenn, the traveler will experience remote gold-roofed temples, monasteries, and travel through peaceful villages in emerald valleys surrounded by spectacular Himalayan scenery. Each minute is exciting to discover a kingdom with incredibly unique and treasured tradition, culture, religion and natural environment which Bhutanese people still strive to preserve in the face of modernity.
This special spiritual trip you will witness the joy of encountering a vastness which will give rise to deep personal inner experiences. It will be a journey to arouse memories – a conscious look at and understanding that reflects how much one is connected to everything.
Escorted by spiritual Host, Glenn H. Mullin author of more than 25 books on Central As ian culture, and a translator of classical Tibetan literature. He has led tours for over twenty years to the sacred power places of Tibet, Nepal, China, Mongolia, and Buddhist Siberia. He divides his time between writing, lecture tours related to his books and leading groups to the power places of Asia that he so loves. His books include The Flying Mystics of Tibetan Buddhism (Serindia, Chicago), The Fourteen Dalai Lamas: A Sacred Legacy of Reincarnation (Clear Light, Santa Fe), Buddha in Paradise (RMA, NY), The Female Buddhas (Clear Light, Santa Fe), The Six Yogas of Naropa (Snow Lion Publications, Ithaca, NY), The Practice of Kalachakra (Snow Lion Publications, Ithaca, NY), Death and Dying: The Tibetan Tradition (Penguin Arkana, London), and The Mystical Arts of Tibet (Longstreet, Atlanta). Many of his other titles focus on the lives and works of the early Dalai Lamas. Glenn has worked on four films, five television specials, and six audio recordings of Central Asian sacred music.
This special journey can also be partially taken to Nepal and Tibet (Kathmandu, Lhasa, Tsedang, Samye, Gyantse, Shigatse, Zhangmu) from October 10 to 23 or Bhutan Only (Kathmandu, Paro, Thimpu, Punakha) from October 22-28, 2010.
All tours offer transportation throughout, accommodations, sightseeing and meals.
For more information, complete tour listings and details, visit BMSJ on their web at: http://www.bodymindspiritjourneys.com or call Body Mind Spirit Journeys at 800 365-1408 (toll free).