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Gave it Winter full wear last night. I noticed you don't have anything Patchouli dominant in your lists, so my suggestion is a boozy patchouli Frederic Malle Monsieur - an excellent strong boozy patchouli fragrance. Currently wearing: Jicky Eau de Parfum by Guerlain. Carlisle is very unimpressive to me, loud? Yes, various sweet notes? Definitely, in a good way? It's like wearing 5 suits on top of another.
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During this segment the animal motif is the snake, the Buddhist symbol of anger. He carves a statue of the Buddha out of ice, wraps his master's " sarira " small crystals sometimes found among cremated remains of monks and regarded as sacred relics in red cloth, and sets them in the statue where the "third eye" would be located, under a waterfall.
He finds a book of choreographic meditative stances and begins to train and exercise in the freezing weather. Eventually, a woman comes to the monastery with her baby son and a shawl wrapped around her face. She leaves her son and flees into the night, but as she runs across the frozen lake she accidentally stumbles into a hole in the ice dug by the monk. He finds her body the next day, and he removes her from the water to look at her face, although it is not shown to viewers. Instead, in the next shot, the scarf is open on the ice, and a carved stone head of Buddha is sitting on it.
Finally completing his long self-discipline, he ties the monastery's large, circular grinding stone to his body. It is emblematic of the Buddhist Bhavacakra the wheel of life and rebirth. He takes a statue of the Buddha-to-come, Maitreyafrom the monastery and climbs to the summit of the tallest of the surrounding mountains. As he climbs, dragging the stone wheel behind him and struggling to carry the statue, he reflects upon the fish, the frog, and the snake he tormented.
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