Cardona Salt Mine

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Cardona is a majestic medieval complex that consists of a castle, church and a city below the hill. This place played a crucial role in the Catalan history due to it’s centric location and the ownership of the salt mines by the local dukes. By this time they’d were called “Kings without a crown” because of they wealth and power.

Except the medieval complex we’ll pay a visit to the salt mine museum where there’s unique fenomenon: one of four worlds sailt mountains!

The interior of the mine is like nature’s artistic expression where colours are changing from ocre to white and then to green. Visiting the former mine area is like being in the art gallery.

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Then one should become mindful, becomes yoga comes and go.»
It Is thought that an Indian disciple of the Buddha, Batuo transmitted Zen from India to China in the early 6th century C.E. and many contemporary Zen lineages follow their past directly to this monk along with the Shaolin Monastery where he taught.
In accordance with tradition, it had been stated he Found that the monks at Shaolin to make progress on their Spiritual Paths. So Batuo secluded himself in a cave for nine years, emerging with a solution (like Yoga) to the health issues of the Shaolin Monks and powerful practises to assist their religious development.
These practices turned into a set of Yogic exercises.

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