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The Temple of Invisible Wind is much smaller than most temples, and is very open.  There are a few enclosed rooms in the central building, but it's surrounded by open hallways (like roofs on pillars) that go around the building, giving a view in all directions, that the wind passes through.  It's quite chilly walking up, but once you get under the hall-roofs, the wind is just as brisk but less cold. (It's not warm, just neutral-temperature).
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The Temple of Invisible Wind is a ??? Path Temple in the Roof of the World.
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It is much smaller than most temples, and is very open.  There are a few enclosed rooms in the central building, but it's surrounded by open hallways (like roofs on pillars) that go around the building, giving a view in all directions, that the wind passes through.  It's quite chilly walking up, but once you get under the hall-roofs, the wind is just as brisk but less cold. (It's not warm, just neutral-temperature).
  
 
There are two monks in residence who greet everyone.  Those who wish to go to the very top pagoda and look out over the
 
There are two monks in residence who greet everyone.  Those who wish to go to the very top pagoda and look out over the
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[[Xiao Fa]] thinks that paths are not presented to those who do not seek a path - but also, that those who
 
[[Xiao Fa]] thinks that paths are not presented to those who do not seek a path - but also, that those who
 
ask for a path to follow will find their feet turning towards that path in the future.
 
ask for a path to follow will find their feet turning towards that path in the future.
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[[Category:The Five Temples]]

Revision as of 18:21, 28 April 2011

The Temple of Invisible Wind is a ??? Path Temple in the Roof of the World.

It is much smaller than most temples, and is very open. There are a few enclosed rooms in the central building, but it's surrounded by open hallways (like roofs on pillars) that go around the building, giving a view in all directions, that the wind passes through. It's quite chilly walking up, but once you get under the hall-roofs, the wind is just as brisk but less cold. (It's not warm, just neutral-temperature).

There are two monks in residence who greet everyone. Those who wish to go to the very top pagoda and look out over the mountains, seeking a quest can do so - send us one roll each for Yang/Yin/Chi, and an impression of "What are you looking for?"

Xiao Fa thinks that paths are not presented to those who do not seek a path - but also, that those who ask for a path to follow will find their feet turning towards that path in the future.