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Ladies and Gentlemen (I use the terms loosely, here), boys and girls, Aliens of all species and persuasions, Mythical, Mystical, and Archetypal Beings, and any other sentient life that is paying attention; let me introduce myself!

Please accept this in the spirit of humility and celebration with which it is offered.
I am that I am… Gregory Charles Du Bois, aka gcd, Greg or Gregory

I am positively addicted to natural splendor and adventures in growth. I love and need to be hiking, kayaking, biking, doing tai chi with wind in my hair, feeling water splashing upon me, sun embracing my body, enjoying the laughter of friends and…

Sitting quietly, Sun, Moon, Stars radiating upon my physical temple and spirit...tasting the exquisite manifestation of Oneness around me in quiet rustle of trees singing, wind caressing, water flowing, and…

breathing consciously, unlearning, remembering, endlessly becoming… as I adventure within and without, savoring full flavored spectrum of life itself...

The challenges we surely encounter… be they stepping stones to broader understanding.

I love the concept of balance, not to be confused with symmetry...quiet times, wild times, introspection and Showtime, I love strength, weakness, intelligence, humor, adventure, truth, confidence enough to be myself and those I love. Health and wellness, integrated and whole, body, mind and spirit are essential for my quality of life and the lives of those with whom I share.

Courage, integrity, strength to laugh at oneself are values I cherish. I love the beauty within that radiates outward from my friends and family in all they do. The comfort with one's own being is important, love of self, respect for self and others, pride in who we are...lending to confidence in one's embrace of life.

Love and harmony with creatures, wild and domestic,
and our environment,
grace our lives beyond…

Comfort with physical touch is essential, unafraid of nakedness of many sorts, body, mind and spirit...playfulness in one's touch and physical interaction helps bring excitement and lubricates the passage through life.

A philosophical broad mindedness helps hurdle the speed bumps we encounter...again humor and thankfulness to celebrate our lives with those we love...

I thrive in mountains, rivers, natural settings...I am energized by mysticism, concerts, theatre, sensitive talk among friends, books that entertain, move, inspire, lend to new places, joining different cultures, spending quiet quality at home, feeling warmth of fire in fireplace or camp, am harmonized by great music of many genres.

I… endeavor to care well for myself in all healthy, treat my living temple to life promoting practices…

I celebrate being with others in joyous union of spirit,

I am thankful for fullness of life and compassionate for those less fortunate,

I endeavor to work well, spread harmony, breathe deep, laugh loud, plan bold, dream far, give big, love, feel loved...

Some of my favorite authors are Carl Hiaasen, Elmore Leonard, Tom Robbins, Lao Tse, Richard Wilhelm, Tony Hillerman, Michael Connelly, James Patterson, Michael McGarrity, Jonathan and Faye Kellerman, J.A. Jance, Patricia Cornwell, Laura Lippman

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Greetings from Dharamshala, the home and seat of government of the exiled Tibetans and the “interim home of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama.”

I spent 11 days in Dharamshala in the first half of February, 2013. I quickly grew to really appreciate the mountain environment, clean air, and wonderful people; Tibetans, Indians and visitors from all over the world. I wanted to attend the Maha Kumbh Mela in Allahabad to be able to bathe in the Ganges on one of the auspicious bathing days and the one I could get to was on the 15th of February. After a great experience there (that story will come in the not distant future), I…


Posted on March 4, 2013 at 1:00am

the best laid and learning

The Best laid plans… living and learning


My plans were to be in Rishikesh for one week, arriving on a Saturday and departing the next Saturday. I had been told that there would be busses leaving daily from Rishikesh towards Dharamshala, my next destination. A few days into my week in Rishikesh, I went to check out the arrangements for the next leg of my journey. I went to the area where the “upscale” busses depart and talked to a man familiar with the options. He said there…


Posted on January 31, 2013 at 12:00am

Ear cleaning along the Ganges!? What?

Howdy folks!

I am still staying in the Sivananda Ashram in Rishikesh, India.

I got up at 4:40 am today, went to one of the meditation/all purpose halls, did yoga for 15 minutes, then meditated for 45. Part of the time there was chanting going on; there were about 15 others in that hall this morning. I had the chanting as "background music" to my meditation. That is the same hall where I go for a 2 hour satsang…


Posted on January 24, 2013 at 3:41am

Magic in Rishikesh, India

I am way behind on my reporting, but wanted to get this off. I'll work to catch up a bit in relating my wondrous adventures in this incredible land...

My travels from Delhi to Rishikesh went perfectly smoothly, thanks to great extent to the wonderful ladies at the US Embassy School travel desk. I arrived in Haridwar, the nearest train station at around 12:15 pm. I met two other travelers looking to share a taxi or ride to…


Posted on January 24, 2013 at 3:39am

Nepal, Annapurna 5 day trek, Days 1 and 2

Five day, Annapurna Trek

 The best part of this post, in my opinion, is at the end, in the Poon Hill if you can't read it all, consider skipping down to the end for the wrap...

Being in Nepal, in the shadow of the incredible Annapurna Mountain Range, part of the Himalayan Range, I wanted to experience a bit of this majesty more intimately. I talked to the folks at my guesthouse, The 3 Sisters Lodge and Trekking Adventure, about possibilities. We decided on a five…


Posted on January 2, 2013 at 2:41am

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