Fire Mountain Blog


posted on Apr 3, 2017 by Janata

Monsoon is a special event in our Beloved Ganeshpuri.  Everything turns a gorgeous green, deliciously wet and refreshingly cool after the extreme heat of the summer months.  Fire Mountain Retreat is no exception.  The neighboring rice fields turn to mini-lakes and Fire Mountain Retreat appears to be an island surrounded by lakes and streams.  

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posted on Feb 6, 2017 by Janata

Fire Mountain Retreat is ready for its second Ayurveda Panchakarma Retreat.  The rooms are freshened up with new memory foam mattresses, and vessel sinks, and marble tables.  The dining area has been moved to the back porch where guests can eat over-looking the garden and nearby rice fields.  The back yard has been cleaned up and leveled to reveal new area to meditate and contemplate the Divine Energy abundant here. 

 

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posted on Oct 13, 2010 by

gigi at fire mountainIt was the Monday after our India retreat last February [2010] and I was milling around the ashram. Everyone had a free day to spend as they wished. Cynthia and Gigi were going to walk to the nearby Durga roadside shrine to say their goodbyes and Cynthia invited me to join....

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posted on Sep 27, 2010 by

Swami BuhravanandaLook at him. He’s a small man, a vintage being of 70 years. But he exudes a Big Presence. What Kind? Well, a Big Presence, soft and gentle, like a soft, deep pile blanket of warmth and honesty.

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The village mayor pours the first example of community water into Sunil's hands and points out about twenty five little football shaped worms.

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Sacred temples near the Fire Mountain Retreat Center.




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APPROACHING MEDITATION DOME AND DYNAMIC ENERGY SCULPTURE


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