Good things/ exciting plans

Working some stuff out by planning an exciting future and building my relationship with GOD! Great stuff. 

If you’re interested, read on. If not, scroll down. I am mostly writing this just for myself so I can quiet my brain and go to bed, so no hard feelings to be had if no one cares.

- Really into Shaivism lately. I have been reading the Bhagavad Gita recently, listening to a lot of Trevor Hall, and doing a fair bit of research. When I go back to school, I plan on renting/ reading the teachings of Sri Ramakrishna. :o)

- Working on getting a spot volunteering in either the library front desk or library bookstore on campus

- Planning my trip to Morocco and Europe. I am considering shortening my Europe segment to 2 weeks, and lengthening the Morocco segment to 4 weeks! 

- Been feeling a lot better.

- STRONGLY considering a minor in TESL. Looked into the classes, and feel pretty good about it.

- Signed up for a Peace Corps informational meeting at school. If you’ve followed me a long time or know me well enough, I am no newbie to the Peace Corps, but am excited to maybe talk to a recruiter in person and maybe learn something new. I have been pondering about it a lot lately, and feel if I have a history of volunteering experience, a TESL minor/ cert., and a year of university-level Spanish or French, I’d be a good/ easily placed candidate. Super exciting! I’ve been working towards this for 6 years so far. 

-Thinking about maybe getting a blogspot to actually just vent out text posts about spiritual musings/progress, travel ideas/plans, actual travel blogging, school stuff, etc. I doubt anyone would follow it, but it might be a good outlet and fun to look back on.

-Trying to figure the possibility of going to volunteer in India for next winter break or in India (and maybe Nepal/Sri Lanka) for 2014 summer?

Pura Ulun Danu Brantan is a major shivaite and water temple, located on the shores of Lake Bratan, Candi Kuning countryside, Baturiti sub district, Bedugul and Tabanan regency. It built in 1663, this temple is used for offerings ceremony to the Balinese water, lake and river goddess Dewi Danu, due to the importance of Lake Bratan as a main source of irrigation in central Bali. It has beautiful flower garden with cold tropical climate.
#whpbwlandscapes (di Pura Ulun Danu,Danau Bratan Bedugul)