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Re-wilding the Self
Brahmoor HamletDerived from the Sanskrit, VanaVasa connotes taking up a forest residence as a conscious turning away from the mundane and flat of a known world to discover a pristine and vibrantly wild one.
In the ancient Indian epics VanaVasa was a form of forced or self imposed exile in fulfillment of social, political or spiritual obligations. While it was a testing period of life,it also held forth the promise of self awakening through learning the art of re-wilding one’s self.
In other words, the quiet and sanctity of a forest abode holds the power to unleash our deepest and original potential. VanaVasa thus is a great opportunity to re-align oneself with the primordial rhythms of the self and universe.