Hiking aids us to let go and be free.
It has a beginning and an end. When embarking the trail, one may ease into the moment at hand knowing the end will come. There's no need to worry or draw out diverging thoughts, for this is a time for clarity. With every step, one can be open to the experience around, taking things as they come into our view.
The experience we immerse ourselves into becomes an engagement with the basic nature of all things. We see the world with fresh eyes in mindfulness, with no projection. It's all a process of intaking the new that we may later use to fuel our fire.
In this new cycle, we recharge our perspective on what's important. We may finally disband all the pressure built up by which has lingered in our thoughts, and incorporate the spark of novelty with our redeveloped self. By cleansing our mind, we become free with no constraints, and nature becomes our gateway to transformation.
What kind of traveler are you? Practicing mindfulness on the go is not only effective for your travels, but enhances your life. Find out how.
Our second day in Mui Ne leaves a lot to explore
Taking our travels outside of Saigon, we ventured off into Mui Ne to see something extraordinary.
Do you take tours when traveling? We tried one out for the Mekong Delta.
Should you buy a motorbike in Vietnam?
Breaking into the heart of the city, we find some marvelous things…
Our second day in Ho Chi Minh leaves a lot up for trial. What should you do with a full day ahead?
Rushed on by crowds and motorbikes, what did we do for our first day?
Our last day of Japan gives us plenty to reflect on when engaged mindfully.
Have you ever heard of the Cu Chi Tunnels?