Some regard it as the most beautiful vine in the world. Thunbergia mysorensis, a native of Mysore, South India.
Today it is blooming lavishly in our garden. We have 4 or 5 of the vines planted here and there. They grow to be massive, covering half an acre or more, with thousands of inflorensences, which grow down on ever-lengthening tendrils and are about 20 inches long, in bright purple and yellow.
In fact, there is a flower on the vine every day of the year.
The birds love to sit on the yellow lip and drink the nectar it holds.
Bodhinatha's Latest Upadesha: "Understanding Karma" (March 21, 2013)
Mitigate karma by living a religious life, being disciplined, following dharma, being of service, accepting responsibility. We create the future by how we act in the present, wisely, through introspection, punyam, detachment from emotion. Utilizing the law of karma we mature spiritually keeping life sublime. Challenges are good making us stronger, developing new abilities. Commentary on The Master Course, Lessons 341,342. Listen Now Click here for all recent talks