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  1. That retreat sounds totally incredible! I’d absolutely love to do something like that, but I”m actually lucky here in that we have a couple meditation centers and Buddhist temples actually.. which is surprising, considering we’re basically the buckle of the Bible Belt! Yikes. I’m interested about the wearing of white.. is vipassana related to kundalini yoga?

    • Pang

      Hi Cheryl,
      I am not familiar with kundalini yoga, but after reading about it in brief, I would say that they “MIGHT” be in the same category, yes. When I was in the retreat, they taught me to concentrate on my breathing. There are 2 different types of meditation for 2 different main outcomes; kundalini yoga looks like one of the methods to “get there.”

      I am so glad you are able to benefit from my beloved religion. You don’t need to be a Buddhist, nor convert in order to learn Buddhism. The great Buddha even ‘said’ that he didn’t want us to believe anything until we have proven it ourselves. This retreat is totally worth every minute; I have considered this retreat to be my spiritual “shower” because it made me got rid of many impurities inside me 🙂

      Hope, we could talk about this topic over a coffee someday. 🙂


  2. This retreat sounds like it was such a moving and healing experience. I’m so glad you took the time to do it, and hope it was all you needed it to be! This stir-fry looks so amazing. Green bean stirfry with pork was (is!) one of my favorite childhood dishes — adding egg sounds incredible. Thank you so much for sharing and welcome back, Pang!! You were missed!

    • Pang

      Awww, Cynthia, you are such a sweet person. I am ALWAYS so happy to hear all your wonderful comments, this one especially 🙂 So glad someone missed my post even just a little bit.
      This retreat is totally worth every minute; I have considered this retreat to be my spiritual “shower” because it made me got rid of many impurities inside me 🙂

      XOXO

    • Pang

      Always so happy to see you ‘here,’ Maria, and I am glad you find my childhood recipe intriguing.
      As always, Thank youuuuuuu, my sweet friend 🙂

      XOXO


  3. It’s true, you have no excuse but we will forgive you this time 🙂 such a nice comfort food Pang and your pictures!! You’re blossoming my sweetheart! Hugs xx

    • Pang

      Lovely to see you ‘here.’ Believe me, I miss you, too.
      Thank you for your sweet comment as always, Marta 🙂
      xoxo


  4. That retreat sounds wonderful, Pang! It must feel so resounding to return to your roots and relearn to ground yourself in your beliefs. I’m so glad you took the time & opportunity for yourself. (Although, I’m also glad that you’re back!)

    • Pang

      I am so glad to be back and to see you ‘here,’ Meghan. Needless to say, I do miss our blogging community, but I do need that “spiritual shower” as well. Thank you as always for your lovely comment, my lovely friend.


  5. What a great experience you got to have at this retreat – I love the mindfulness message of always being aware of your actions. I’m also glad you’re back – this simple stir fry is a combination I’ve never thought to put together, and it sounds so delicious.

    • Pang

      I LOVE LOVE LOVE to see you ‘here,’ too, Sarah. Thank you so much 🙂
      This stir-fry combination might be a bit unusual, but I’m pretty sure you will like it.

      xoxo


  6. Ah, how I missed a new post from you my darling friend! That retreat sounds from another world…will take my hat off to anyone who can do it. That will not be my case 🙂 Your childhood dish looks amazing, must be so delish!

    • Pang

      I miss you, too, Oana. Thank you SO MUCH for being here, and for your kind words. 🙂
      xoxo


  7. This recipe looks INCREDIBLE! I’m absolutely blown away! It sounds so delicious too. Always great to connect with San Francisco bloggers!

    • Pang

      Wow!!!!! Paediatrician + blogger, you are so talented, Kelly. I am glad to connect with SF blogger as well, and hopefully, we can somehow collaborate 🙂 Thank you SO MUCH for being ‘here,’ and for your sweet comment.

    • Pang

      xoxo to you, my sweet friend. Thank you so much 🙂

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