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Starting to India…

In half an hour my son will bring me to the station – the journey to India begins. This afternoon I’ll fly from Zurich via Dubai/Hyderabad to Visakhapatnam to attend the seminar and Guru Pooja celebration of the World Teacher Trust (WTT). It’s my 13th journey to Visakh and the 17th to India, but each time it is a little adventure.

Yesterday a Swiss friend skyped me from Visakh and told me that because of the scarceness of rooms in the Retreat Centre I will be “camping” in a hall. OK, I thought, better to be there than to stay outside. There are more people coming this year than the other years, mainly from Argentina – I saw the lists of participants and look forward to meet a number of old friends. I’ll try to blog a bit about the journey.

I’m really looking forward to this journey – very turbulent and challenging weeks at my office kept me on high speed the last months, with a climx in December. 2 days ago I talked with our director and he understands the difficulties – we will deal with them in February. Directly after my return. I will have a talk with him and my superior to see how we can find a solution. So for the moment the job has a little pause and I’ll take off…

The last weeks I enjoyed digitally restoring my old paintings from the 80ies – fruits of an intense inner experience in 1981. Every day, also this morning, I had been publishing a picture with some lines of comment. There will be a bit over 100 paintings, 70 have been published on Flickr and about 35 are still waiting. I wonder whether I will find time to continue my project in India.

Here is one I did in August 1987 – “Spiritual Hierarchy VI – The Ascent”. You can read my comment on Flickr, if you like – and also post a comment, or on my Facebook profile. Enjoy

8 Responses to “Starting to India…”

  1. Melodie Says:

    Thank you for all the sharing you do. I love your painting, it is so beautiful. Blessings. Melodie

  2. Phani Says:

    Beautiful painting! Wish you a happy journey to India!!

  3. Sara Maria Says:

    Blessed path to India. I like your painting very much. Inspiring.

  4. Gabriele Says:

    May soul was very much touched by your picture. Have a good journey. Although my body cannot travel with you – my soul does.

  5. Flowers on the Wayside Says:

    Thank you! Greetings from India 🙂 Ludger

  6. Flowers on the Wayside Says:

    Thank you Phani, I’m enjoying it!!! Hearty greetings from Vizag Ludger

  7. Flowers on the Wayside Says:

    Thank you Sara Maria for your feedback. Hearty greetings from India 🙂 Ludger

  8. Flowers on the Wayside Says:

    Thank you Gabi Warm greetings from Visakh 🙂 Yes, I’ll reserve you a place in the lecture hall – in the front 🙂 Warm regards Ludger

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