As the car drove up towards the small town of La Fortuna, and I saw the Arenal Volcano, the inner knowing said "you are home"…The driver, Randy had kept me entertained through the 2 and a half hour journey from San Jose Airport. We conversed in my broken Spanish and his little English, and I was kept entertained by the converstaion and his music selection. A couple of times he looked at me and asked if he should stop the car on the side so we can dance…and I was surely home, when on my arrival the hugs were long, and warm, the words that were exchanged reflecting the warmth.
Living, or visiting the ranch is like being one with life. The yoga sessions, inhaling the fresh energy from the plants, the soil and absorbing and assimilating the nurturing from the food grown in this pesticide free soil, all contribute to a sense of well being.
The ranch tour which I guide, the energy that the visitors to this place share, leaves me in awe of how we all connect. The common comment heard is how the energy around the ranch makes them feel relaxed. How the food tastes so good, and how the general atmosphere feels, no matter how busy the place gets, everyone feels they are "home"- relaxed, nurtured and at peace.
Tu Eres Mi Otro Yo – (You Are My Other Self). A Mayan concept of unity, we learn to be ourselves through our relationships with others.