Tibet leaves a lasting impression on its visitors. I’m almost sure this has to do with its captivating atmosphere. An atmosphere that can only accurately be described as spiritual. The atmosphere in Tibet wields you in, demands that you be present and engages you. Fully evoking your senses.
An atmosphere of prayerfulness floats across the city through the day. Men and women walk in serene quietness. In habitual meditation.
Walking towards Potala palace, you’re immediately confronted by men and women who are in a mode of worshipful prayer. One here, a group there falling prostrate on the ground. Chanting mantras, in unabashed worship. Continue reading “Spirituality in Tibet”