Today we live in a society of constant movement, however, we must find space to recharge our energies and feed our spirit Matses. If you wish to find your inner light and spread your wings, then awaken your soul’s purpose through these journeys for peace and spiritual growth… namaste.
Inner Peace Conference, Amsterdam
The Inner Peace Conference was designed to expose attendees to the world’s great wisdom traditions and ignite an inner revolution.
Philosophy, music, meditation, yoga and other contemplative practices have always functioned as keys to opening our hearts and clearing our minds for inner peace.
Camino de Santiago, Spain
The Camino de Santiago, a famous pilgrimage draws backpackers to walk 500 miles, beginning a spiritual journey that ends in a completely full heart.
A popular route, Camino Frances, begins in St. Jean-Pied-du-Port and ends in Galicia. The path has more than a thousand years of pilgrimage and many millions of steps have been taken along it, it is known as the longest Christian pilgrimage in the world.
The Mighty Vortices, Sedona, Arizona
As life moved into the Age of Aquarius, New Age believers headed to Sedona to visit one of the four energy vortexes, which were first discovered in the 1950s.
Vortexes are energy sources that provide one or both masculine and feminine energies. Bed Rock (male), Airport Mesa (male), Cathedral Rock (female), and Boynton Canyon (both) are special places to meditate and where physical healing and spiritual awakening are believed to be achieved.
If you are looking for inner peace and discovering spirituality, India should definitely be part of the list. Here there are sacred palaces and temples, which is where those who follow Hinduism cremate their relatives.
Water is also considered holy. Both locals and foreigners come to this place to bathe in it. The rest of the place is best for meditation, enjoying vegetarian meals, and meeting spiritual advisors.
Adam’s Peak, Sri Lanka
If you are looking to transform yourself spiritually, one of the best things you can do is climb Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka. Climbing the dented chunk of rock, which is also known as Sri Pada, usually begins in the middle of the night so that travelers can experience its sensational sunrise.