Recently I completed a month-long solitary retreat. It was inspiring, it was boring, it was lonely. At the end of each evening, I would sit down and blog my experience as a way of letting my teacher and friends now how I was doing, and hopefully to get some feedback and support. Now, that my retreat is over, I’ve come to miss the ritual of the blogging. So, since my previous blog by the very nature of the retreat had to have a very limited audience, I thought I’d start anew.


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