Hiking, with Soundtrack

Gould Meadows at sunset

Kripalu Center is in the heart of the Berkshires, situated on a lake and with property adjoining Tanglewood the summer home of the Boston Symphony.

One of the highlights of this last retreat was doing a silent hike down through Gould Meadows, along the Stockbridge Bowl and then up to Tanglewood during a James Taylor concert.

As we turned from the lake up the long hill to Tanglewood, James Taylor broke into “Sweet Baby James.”  At that point a few folks broke silence to sing along.

Late evening, sun setting, birds chasing bugs in the meadow, bunnies at play, a group of meditating hikers breaking into song.

One of Those Moments.

 

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2 thoughts on “Hiking, with Soundtrack

  1. Michelle

    What a lovely photo and a great capturing of the very special evening. I was one of those lucky ones. Back home enjoying my memories, my daily practice and my changed life. Thank you!

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  2. Gillian Burnes

    You probably didn’t see us since you were ahead leading the hike, but Eric and I *waltzed* up the Tanglewood driveway to “Sweet Baby James.” I like to think it’s Kripalu’s first Mindfulness Waltz Practice.

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