By Mark Kacik
writer Mark Kacik traveled the distant again roads of Asia looking for a calm brain, a deep realizing of self, and a substitute for his annoying and materialistic American lifestyle.
Probing distant footpaths and following the breeze of his soul, Kacik serendipitously encounters Buddhist masters in out-of-the-way temples and monasteries, the place he's given deep meditative workouts and classes in wisdom, recognition, and aware living.
persist with Kacik’s non secular odyssey as he travels during the undying deserts of India, the frigid Himalayas of Nepal, sizzling Vietnamese jungles, and the culturally wealthy Korean mountains and has superb and infrequently terrifying adventures. Meet the terrific humans he comes face-to-face with who lead lives so amazingly various from his own.
Caves, Huts, and Monasteries is greater than a travelogue: the colourful descriptions of far off jungles, mountains, and deserts, in addition to jewels of recommendation proficient from masters of varied Buddhist traditions, converse to the guts of non secular seekers of any religion culture. Kacik stocks the lessons that affected him so much deeply; those who helped evolve his notion of self, and taught him that peace can settle within the wailing soul that is still open and nonetheless. simply because we all get caught; we all occasionally are looking to scream; we all have heard our deeper self crying for extra substance in our lives.
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