Why Chimpu Hermitage Meditation Is Rewarding Experience
In the eyes of many Tibetans and those who respect Tibetan Buddhist culture, it is a holy place. In addition to the Tibetan Buddhist masters who practiced here during the Tibetan period, there are still many people who are not afraid of suffering and abide by their own laws. Practitioners, it feels like a big village now. If you look up and take a closer look, you will find the low, clearing houses of the hills hidden in the woods and bushes. This is the first time I have met a real practitioner. Their living and living conditions are not ordinary. Many real practitioners do not see outsiders. After getting permission, I simply visited a few of their houses. The place to stay is never comfortable and luxurious (really relative). They do n’t take pictures, people who practice, and do n’t leave any pictures. They don’t live in a yard by themselves, but many people live together, similar to the feeling of a dormitory. There are many famous people here, and the place is crowded.
One of the reasons why the Chimpu Hermitage Cave Meditation practice site can last for a long time and attract a large number of practitioners is the local climate. It is located on the edge of the Yarlung Tsangpo River and is surrounded by mountains on three sides and facing the Yarlung Tsangpo River. The natural environment Very good, it can be considered warm in winter and cool in summer, because people’s will is stronger, and if the natural environment exceeds the limits of people, they will not be able to survive. Therefore, in Qingpu, you should really set aside an extra day and change into the clothes and shoes for mountain climbing. It ’s a good day to go here. It ’s a mountain, a Buddha, and a visit.
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