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Vivek ji in France
Vivek ji in France
Vivek ji in Netherlands
Vivek ji in Spain
Vivek ji at Second world war memoria
Vivek ji in Italy
Vivek ji in France
Vivek ji at India
Vivek ji at Netherlands
Vivek ji at Belgium
Vivek ji at Rotterdam
Vivek ji at Old fort
Vivek ji in Germany

 "Moving around and expierencing unity is one of the most important thing for me" -Vivek ji 

Vivek ji once said - I visited Molene, one of the islands on the Brittany coast in France. Our purpose was to take a long walk and explore the caves that were once used for meditation. I had wanted to see these caves for a while. 

Molene has a rich history, but it may not be a destination that appeals to everyone. The area is known for its windy and cold weather, and the rocky waters make swimming unsafe and increase the risk of accidents. There isn't much to do unless you have something specific in mind for yourselves. The Christian monks used it for a long time to practice Sadhna, and there are still remnants of the monastery present. During World War II, the German forces utilized it as their primary defense line against the British. To me, the landscapes are incredibly beautiful, filled with adventurous opportunities. They are characterized by their stunning beauty, with windswept and rocky terrain. It is a combination of human emotions.


I was contemplating the soldiers stationed by Hitler's army and imagining their potential unhappiness. This place is meant for Sadhus, individuals seeking inner peace, rather than for soldiers who desire conflict with others. 

After a lengthy stroll, I came to a type of Shivlinga that the people had surrounded by flowers. It seemed quite significant, so I spoke with an elderly Molene resident about it, and what she told me is fascinating. I was informed by the residents that paying respects is customary. Even though there were historic church ruins and the entire population was Christian, people continued to pay their respects to Shivlinga. I inquired of some other residents on the opposite side of the Islands as to whether they were aware of the customs. As some of the islands' oldest residents, they said that they have been honoring the stones for generations.


The beauty of the world is that people are essentially the same because they have all found similar spiritual and philosophical pillars to cling to. The modern mentality seeks to create divisions among us, but aside from that, we are all the same. There are similarities between the ways we express our thankfulness for life."

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