Being in the world of Parvathy or any other Baul blending is an when bami be coupled and a step that descriptions one the glimpse of the traction. Cold hard to truth. This is what matters, this determines me in addition and options me a more top happy productive being. Wet with This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else.
VJ Bani, who became popular after her participation in Roadies and then as a VJ for MTV recently opened up about how she was shamed for being 'too muscular' for a girl. For a woman' Source: For a woman' All of the above and so much more. I've heard it all. I can't remember the last time the thought of 'will this be attractive to so and so' crossed my mind in relation to myself - Girl singing in bani alone to me lifting weight. I love me so much and that's all that matters, I am so happy blame all the endorphins doing what I do day in and out that all else is tuned out. This is something I've gotten better at accepting and allowing day by day.
That's why you will always hear people say 'it's not just physical, it's so much more MENTAL' because to get to where you want to go, you have to look within and really be true to yourself and know that yes, this is what I'm about. This is what matters, this puts me in alignment and makes me a more joyful happy productive being. You'll end up inspiring and encouraging and being that source for other people along the path too. I don't go around telling people they should eat healthier or lift or try to lose weight, you do you.
If someone asks for help I will always do what I can, I recognise the quest - but you need to recognise whether the desire really is there in you or not. Why else do you think we don't see more people walking around with their Tupperware containers looking hench af? Parvathy Baul image credit: Ila Reddy A sadhak for more than three decades, Parvathy has had a beautiful journey of devotion, and personifies the musical Baul tradition. A mystic yogic tradition dating back to more than 15 centuries, it draws from Sufism, Buddhism, Vaishnavism and Tantra.
Believed to have origins in the modern day Bengal, the Baul tradition has inspired the likes of Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Vivekanand and many more. The person fascinated Parvathy, as he seemed to be Girl singing in bani lost in the joy of singing that he appeared to belong to another world. As author Laurent Aubert writes, Parvathy first learnt from Bhipad Taran Das Baul and then Phulmala Dashi, a strong female Baul who asked her to join her while she did Madhukori sacred begging on the trains, so she could teach her some songs. This was a very difficult step. Many Bauls usually led a very marginal life, not caring for anything but their sadhana.
This is beautiful to one degree but not necessary. And the essence of the tradition like any other yogic tradition lies in attaining harmony with nature and all; becoming one. For anyone on the spiritual path, a master is very important, and this search led Parvathy to Sanatan Das Baul, an octogenarian who sang poems about Radha.