Travel Journal


The Well of Grief

“Those who will not slip beneath
the still surface on the well of grief

turning downward through its black water
to the place we cannot breathe

will never know the source from which we drink,
the secret water, cold and clear,

nor find in the darkness glimmering
the small round coins
thrown by those who wished for something else.”
– by David Whyte

I lost someone 5 weeks ago. It has truly been the most painful experience of

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Feeling Alive

 

It’s simple. We travel for one reason – to feel ALIVE.

‘Feeling live’ means experiencing the juiciness of the moment. It means exploring something new, taking time away from the daily grind, and putting yourself  in a new environment. It’s easy to get stuck in a rut. Sometimes you have to just do something differently. Break your routine and shake yourself awake.

AWAKE. ALIVE. Tune in to the creative heart of who you are. I dare you to live from that place of passion and w

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Action Is The Only Change Agent

The Syrian Refugee Crisis: It’s Everyone’s Responsibility

As much as I try, this holiday season it’s especially difficult to focus on decorated trees, baking cookies or the traditional winter activities I enjoy.

This year, my thoughts are spread across the world, with the 12 million innocent Syrians who have been displaced from their homes. This year, instead of buying gifts for my loved ones who already have everything they need, I vow to make a difference for a family who strugg

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A Meditation for Connecting To Nature

I like to pretend I’m a faerie (as you can tell from the picture). Seriously though, connecting to the natural world expands your inner awareness, melts away stress, anxiety, and strengthens your intuition. Nature Meditations help to enliven the basic intelligence of nature in our awareness and physiology. Our being resonates with the sight of a flower, sound of birds, feeling of the breeze. These experiences wake something up inside of us, and help to set our lives into a more natural rhythm.

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Voice America Interview with Nina & Horst

Pilgrimage: Walking The Labyrinth of Your Soul

In trying to answer the very simple question, “So, what do you do for a living?”, I find myself getting into deep conversations on a regular basis in unusually mundane places. I try my best to describe the unbelievably impactful sacred places I visit and the transformative experiences travellers have on our journeys together. Pilgrimage is not exactly an ‘everyday topic’ that arises naturally in the grocery store line up

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