I was exhausted from living somebody else’s life. and ended up exploring ultimate guide to Travel Psychologist journey of transformation and ever since I’m sharing my knowledge and expertise in this novel field. Here’s a short glimpse of how this was explored…
Since childhood, you will relate!
Likewise! I had been told what to do, how to act, who to be. Been instructed through other people’s expectations, their demands, even their unspoken judgment, that the only way to be happy was to become a carbon copy of the people around me. And for many years, It was okay following in their footsteps. Was okay showing up to my office job, wearing the suit, playing the role, but that was the thing. It wasn’t actually being my truest self.
In wanting to live on my own. Definitely wanted my life to be amazing and to be filled with adventure to live with such unbridled passion that every bit of food would taste richer, every inch of sky would be brighter, every breath of air more alive.
Which is how I ended up in Himachal.
It was a haphazard trip, really. Went there with only my plane ticket, a backpack, and the quiet, desperate knowledge that my life had to change. Something did. For two weeks, followed a guide through the barren landscapes, along treacherous mountain passes, through bustling cities, and crowded slums. From meeting strangers on buses, and fell in love with every face that greeted me along the way. It created a treacherous feeling of never wanted to leave.
On one of my last mornings in that magnificent land,
Waking up to watch the sunrise while standing tall on a balcony overlooking Dharmshala, and as though to announce the beginning of a new life, an eagle flew overhead, calling out in the morning fog, calling out to me. It felt as though looking out across the whole of the world—filled with billions of lives and stories waiting to be heard, and adventures waiting to be lived.
In hardcore emotions wanting to meet every one of them. To honor their stories; to live, breathe and embrace adventure in such a way that it would become a part of my DNA, a thread so embedded in my life, Felt like could never again exist without it. And there, on that balcony, on that fateful morning, I began to discover what it meant to live the Way of the Traveller for myself.
During that trip through Himachal, I discovered that the world held more than just landmarks. It held lifetimes of wisdom and centuries of dreams, both fulfilled and unfulfilled. Standing there, looking out at that magnificent sunrise, the eagle soaring ahead just as the first light of day crested the horizon, I realized that for once, finally living my dream. For once, It felt authentically, brazenly alive.
Research and Development as the Travel Psychologist
Developed to dragged along a Tangible Travel Tool by Mandeha because insights have often been the great stimuli of my adventures, igniting my curiosity and driving me out into the world. At that point in my life, It felt like I was hunting my own white whale: In process of searching for my purpose.
The law of inertia dictates that the first few movements toward transformation are always met with the most resistance, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t capable of transforming. In fact, we have to change. We have to grow. We have to challenge ourselves, or we will—spiritually, emotionally, or even physically—die.
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