Moving to Paris – connivences bouddhiques

Il y a quelques jours nous sommes allés méditer dans le centre bouddhique dans le Bois de Vincennes à Paris. Que voulez-vous que je vous dise :), l’ambiance dans la salle de méditation était tellement bonne qu’elle a attiré le chat du centre pour qu’il monte l’escalier et vienne se frotter à nos reins.

Aujourd’hui, la cour de la Pagode est plus animée. Il y a le festival annuel de Népal. Nous nous installons pour écouter le maître jouer de la sitare. Les yeux fermés, je vois mes chakras se remplir de musique et de couleurs. Quand j’ouvre les yeux, le monde est gris. Ca doit être l’effet du crépuscule. Le merveilleux a changé de substance, il est maintenant dans le parfum des tilleuls…

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It was a warm spring morning in the olive grove. The breeze was gentle, the air was fragrant, the time stood still. High grass, sprinkled with colourful small-headed flowers, was gently tickling my knees. Poppies were about to splash their intense red on the antic ruins. 'Look how beautiful it is all over', I whispered to the olive trees, 'a perfect time for a stroll.' I slipped my fingers into the open palms at the end of their branches and I took them for a walk. View all posts by atreewalker

3 responses to “Moving to Paris – connivences bouddhiques

  • dubdoob

    Très joli, très poétique! :) Les mémoires de Népal sont revenus. Et le dal bhat était délicieux!

  • QT

    Meditation in a Buddhist center sounds so relaxing… and the fact that it’s in Paris makes it even a little better, doesn’t it? That’s something I would definitely like to try out…But a few times I visited a Buddha temple here in So Cal, it was really crowded.
    Have a good Sunday in Paris! :)

  • Loulune

    I cross the fingers for you so that you find the perfect relaxing spot to try out meditation. I am an absolute fan of it :) Hope to go back to regular practice soon…

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