Wednesday, November 15, 2017

A Soulful Holiday Retreat


A five-day holiday seems so long in a place where our heart belongs. A simple yet  meaningful living away from the crowd and noise. It is truly  home; where life seems unhurried and not preoccupied with chaotic city living; when time seems so slow while enjoying the moment. At last, after working tirelessly, there's a reward. It's priceless, hence a short time vacation really matters.

What makes life significant is when we get back to our place of birth once in a while to get reconnected with how it all began. We've been to far places to earn a living and provide our needs and desires and to be disconnected is just temporary. The compass would always point us back to a place where we are most comfortable. A home is where our heart is. To listen to a different kind of story  and express with deepest affinity. 

I always believe on the power of natural healing. It doesn't cost much. It's priceless and significant renewal of self to gain new perspective about people, place, things and experiences. Truly, a soul knows how to heal itself. It directs us somewhere to get revitalized, thus making us stronger and more ready to handle complex task. A holistic healing involves the body, mind and soul, integrated into a personality. When in a low frequency mode, it needs time to heal and regain the lost positive energy. It feels great to be whole again through a retreat even for a while. The strong vibration makes us feel more confident that we can make things possible through our belief and effort. A positive vibration that draws people to get some inspiration and to believe in themselves for who they are and what they can accomplish.


Once I have experienced a highlands retreat in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh in India. I have stepped into The Land of Tibetans in Dharamsala where life is heavenlike. The people have a deeper spiritual connection and they seem to be happy and contented. Back in my hometown, people are enjoying a spiritual bliss in a highland I can compare to Dharamsala. The place may not have the same grandeur and charm, but it is similar in some ways. The cool breeze in a foggy mountain, the chirping of the birds, the gentle blow of the wind and the spiritual nature of the people. 

Looking farther on the surrounding mountains is a a feeling of faith and hope; that we can reach the summit as we envision a greater height of limitless capabilities. The road to summit leads to a soulful journey of retreat to a place closer to our heart. Our endless desire and need for renewal makes a powerful personality that knows no limit. With endurance and perseverance, the summit is always within our reach. It's a cycle of life of a burning desire and soulful recollection, leading to a meaningful life we deserve. 

© 2017 Del Cusay

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