FEELING SO GRATEFUL OF MEETING SUDESH
WHEN Fear subside AND you become curious & adventurous
Who wants some fish?
THAN AN IMPORTANT PART OF MY JOURNEY HAPPEN
To give you a bit of a story when I sold my belongings and my house in Ottawa I ran into a neighbor that helped me carry things to my car. She had seen the ‘for sale’ sign in front of my condo and was asking me where I was going. I said I am going to Nepal. With a surprise look she told me that one of her co-worker just came back from 3 months in Nepal. Do you know anyone in Nepal she asked? I said no. That I also took the 3 months visa like her co-worker. Would you like to be in contact with him she asked? I said of course that would be great. So long story short I met with him 2 days prior to depart from Canada. He was fantastic and still on a ‘high energy’ from his trip. You could just feel it. He gave me a local Nepali SIM card for my phone, what he had left of his Nepali money and a contact he had there; Sudesh. Sudesh was from Nepal but had move to Ottawa, Canada for the past 2 years. But he was still visiting in Nepal for the first week of my trip. I felt so blessed! We had text each other at my arrival and he just replied inviting me for tea. Feeling so good to meet someone here.
We rapidly started talking about spirituality like if it was a normal subject. I mean don’t get me wrong it is a normal subject but let’s just say we rapidly got to deeper conversations. He explain to me what Nepal culture and believes were. He was so calm. I told him I was worry about getting sick with the food and water here and he told me that sometimes going through these sick events cleans up your system and is kind of a detox. To not worry. That after that I will be okay to digest their food. That it is in my mind. To take small step to slowly built up to local food. He said to take it slowly, one step at a time, and that my system would get use to it and I could eat anything later on. (It’s interesting because a travel agent back home told me that it takes years to develop the proper immune system and to be able to eat locally) but I felt what Sudesh said resonated with me. He pointed at his head and said: You can do it.
You will be okay don’t think to much. Just know you can do it and it will be okay.
If you calm the breath you calm the mind he said.
He has such a peaceful voice. He reminded me of Sudesh when he said: tell yourself you can do it and you will. There was a difficult yoga pose that I manage to do while telling myself that. Not by only telling myself the words he had said but by actually feeling them and believing them: I could do it. His voice is so special it’s like he can make you believe that you can do it. And you can feel that he actually believes in you and your potential. Wow what a class.