My day started with what I was finding to be a very vexing problem. I was doing a project in Photoshop, (software program) and for some reason, something that I knew I could do, wasn’t happening. No matter what I did or how I tried to make it work, it wasn’t working. Stubborn to a fault, I was determined to get this project done, and off my “To Do list”
To reach the Tiger’s Nest one must travel a very winding and steep path up the mountain. It is easily done when one takes the time to know the route, and to listen to the more experienced traveler. When one is stubborn, we don’t always reach out, we instead waste time by repeating the process that we aren’t doing right in the first place.
A call to a wonderful talented friend in the UK. set me back on the path, this time with better coordinates. I had interpreted the numbers wrong at the very start, I assumed,…. based on that assumption, everything else I did was not working. My friend is a born leader/teacher, she didn’t do it for me, she redirected my thinking so that I was working with the right numbers, in so doing the calculations worked.
There are times when we need to reach out… we need to allow the input of another “voice” Not to tell us what to do, but to guide us in making the right choices.
Namaste – Oyashikiri
BRAVE THE CLIMB TO THE TIGER’S NEST Taktsang Palphug, commonly known as Tiger’s Nest, is a seventeenth-century structure clinging to a mountainside a dizzying 10,200 feet above Paro Valley. Why the name Tiger’s Nest? Because it’s said that in the eighth century, Guru Rinpoche flew to this exact spot on the back of a tiger