Spiritual Adventure Travel In Nepal
Nepal with its rich cultural heritage has much more to offer the extraordinary hospitality, warm and generous people with their authentic religion; Hinduism or Buddhism. Beside to merge with the almighty Nepal Himalayas there are many visitors who come to Nepal for spiritual tour. Hike Nepal provides our valued guest their choice of spiritual/ religious activities such as Meditation and Yoga to purify the mind and body and to attain perfect health as well as to achieve spiritual solace. We offer some spiritual journey to the high Himalayan ranges at Muktinath, Gosaikunda also in Everest region. Spiritual Adventure Travel in Nepal brings a great level of happiness which fills your life with positive energy in abundance. Nepal offers the beautiful and serene places in and around the Himalaya which is a great journey towards the inner self and the realization of the meaning of our life journey. Spending quiet retreat time in incredibly beautiful places amidst the nature blessed by the Himalayan spirituality is a time worth enjoying which will introduce you with the source of happiness
Plenty of ancient Hindu temples to Buddhist Stupas and meditation monasteries throughout the Himalayan land have acquired a deep reverence from people as they spread spiritual vibrations in the lives of people. The land where Lord Shiva, the first yogi, dwelled as the king of animals; the land where Milarepa, the ancient Tibetan great yogi and poet wandered around; the land where Guru Padmasambhava, the founder of Tibetan Buddhism, meditated; the land where the Buddha, the enlightened being who taught the world about the right ways to live a life free of suffering, was born; all these great beings have made Nepal and the Himalayas their place to live a happy life. Listening to the bhajan chanting in Hindu spiritual sites; sacred Buddhist mantra chanting in mystical monasteries and soaking in the beauty and the vibrations created by those magical prayers and bhajan chanting have an incredible power to overwhelm and put us into a trance. The chance of being around the Hindu and Buddhist monks as we visit several spiritual sites is an enlightening experience of their culture and life style. Learning about the different processes of becoming a monk in Hinduism and Buddhism gives an eye opening knowledge about the monk culture practiced in Nepal. This meaningful journey of the spiritual quest will change your life to a much better level and you can feel it and will cherish the journey all your life. Go on the spiritual journey of self realization and find the ecstasy of positive vibrations in your life.
From the meditation hubs of the ancient Yogis, the Himalayas, to the birth place of Buddha have made Nepal a great place for spiritual practice and immersion. The ancient and powerful spiritual centre spread around the country where people have been visiting for thousands of years for a spiritual quest have higher level of spiritual energy and vibrations. We can absorb to the most and benefit from those positive energy centers to make our life happy and beautiful.
Vipassana is one of the most ancient techniques. Long lost to people, it was rediscovered by Gautam Buddha more than 2500 years ago. Vipassana means 'to see things as they really are'. It is an art of living which frees the individual from all the negativities of mind, such as anger, greed and ignorance. It is a practice which develops positive, creative energy for the betterment of the individual and society. The path (Dhamma) is a universal remedy for universal problems and has nothing to do with any religion. It can be practiced freely by anyone without conflict with race, caste or religion, in any place, and at any time and it will prove beneficial to everyone.
Vipassana means to see things as they really are. Ten-day courses in this ancient meditation practice are offered in the major cities of Nepal. The technique is a pure science of mind and matter. It is also an art of living, an antidote to all the stresses and strains of life. It provides a deep pool of peace and harmony within, and ultimately leads to the end of suffering. There are no charges for the courses, because the technique itself is invaluable. All costs are covered by donations from previous students.
II. Buddhist meditation at Kopan monastery
Kopan Monastery offers short residential courses in Buddhist meditation and practice throughout the year. These courses give a theoretical and practical introduction to Buddhist philosophy of the Tibetan Mahayana Tradition. They are based on one of the principal teachings of this tradition called 'The Graded Path to Enlightenment' (Lam Rim).
The courses combine lectures and teachings with meditation practice and discussion of relevant topics in a more informal way. A three day retreat with intensive guided meditation on the Graded Path to Enlightenment follows the course. The course is led by a Western nun with daily teachings from a Tibetan Lama, combining two styles of transmission of this precious knowledge on how to make life meaningful and worthwhile.
III. Osho meditation
Osho Tapoban lies in the western side of Kathmandu. It is about twelve kilometers from Tribhuwan International Airport, about ten kilometers from Kathmandu city center and six kilometers from Balaju New Bus Park. Osho Tapoban is the place to be, the place where one can get inner peace, explore yourself in a meditative environment and a place that will remain in your heart for ever and you won't afford to miss this place. Love is not enough, awareness is needed. If love is there without awareness it becomes imprisonment and if love is there with awareness it becomes a freedom.
“Yoga” Came from the Sanskrit word "YOG" which means "TO JOIN". To many, the thought of yoga has an image of postures (Asanas) to develop flexibility, general body health and awareness. This is just the beginning. While the main point is to reach the highest goal of the spiritual path, practicing yoga can give benefits to everyone regardless to their spiritual aims. The Eight Fold Path of Yoga looks deeply into the morality of living. It consists of: Yama (self restraints), Niyama (self observances) Asana, Pranayama (breath techniques), Pratyhara (withdrawal of the senses), Dharana (concentration), Dhyana (meditation) and Samadhi (identification with pure consciousness).
There is an inter-relationship between yoga and meditation and you can decide to focus more on either one or both together. The Himalayas have played a big role in self realization. It's isolation from the world and ideal environment makes Nepal an ideal place to practice yoga. In the end the most important adventure of the entire path to self-realization and the discovery of our divine nature. To be happy in life we must be happy inside us first. It's this internal happiness and learning to cultivate the truth of who we really are that's revealed to us on a spiritual retreat. These sacred journeys support us by cultivating an environment of unconditional love, unencumbered by the judgment and illusions of our society. It will bring u inner and outer happiness and positive vibes in your life. To be happy in life we must be happy inside us first.