“The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.” ~W.B. Yeats
In a few of the years I lived semi-nomadic, it was a wonderful experience. I was able to fit a lot of stuff in my backpack and travel around the world, having rich conversations. My backpacking experience was a magical one. I discovered these practices that are common to many cultures.
I began a collection of these deep-seated lessons that I learned from the landscapes I saw. The fjords in Norway and the streets of India offer unique lessons on the organic intelligence we humans possess.
This is a short guided tour that gives you a taste of some of the best insights I have gained from around the globe.
1. Jijivisha – The Joy for Life
In the heart of India, amidst the chaos and colors of its vibrant cities, I encountered the concept of jijivisha—the sheer joy for life. In ancient Indian scriptures jijivisha represents a will to life, a desire to embrace every moment.
As I walked through the…