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. . . someone said you were living in a trailer, and I had visions of you lying there undiscovered...

I've been living in my RV for about a year and a half - and may never move back inside a permanent box! :-)

Sri Aurobindo's book "The Life Divine" has a chapter called "The Origin of Ignorance" (Book II, Part I Chapter 12).

FYI - Almost all of Aurobindo's writings, including The Life Divine are available as PDF downloads from the http://www.sriaurobindoashram.org/ashram/sriauro/writings.php>ashram.

"I've been living in my RV for about a year and a half - and may never move back inside a permanent box!"

How does that work -do you rent a place on a site or do you have to move around? Is this for the purposes of spiritual retreat?
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How does that work -do you rent a place on a site or do you have to move around? Is this for the purposes of spiritual retreat?

I'm currently staying month-to-month at an RV park, but might decide to move on at any moment. (That's the cool part!) It's remarkable how many people I've met that RV full time - (not just retirees, either) - most will spend a few months at any given stop and then move on.

I'm not sure that I'd say my intent is spiritual retreat, though I will say that it's good for the spirit to live closer to nature. I'm much more cognizant of the movements of the sun and moon over the seasons, for example, and falling asleep with the coyotes howling in the distance is pretty cool, too. The long term plan is to find a community in which to settle again, but I'm in no hurry, and it may be that business opportunities that have presented themselves might make this lifestyle highly advantageous for the next few years. Time will tell.

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