If Buddha Were My Roommate – 2 Weeks Of Mindfulness In A Western Zen Temple

“Gongggggg-gonggggg-gongggg”. My heart starts pounding, and I’m wide awake. I hear the fleeting sound of naked feet running down the hallway in front of my room. ‘It’s the wake-up bell’, my mind calmly suggests to my heart who’s still recovering from the adrenaline shock. No need to look at the clock, I know exactly what … More If Buddha Were My Roommate – 2 Weeks Of Mindfulness In A Western Zen Temple

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Where Do I Belong? On A Path Of No Return! A Seeker’s Reality Between Losing Home While Finding The World

Home is where the heart is, so they say. That gets tough when your heart is in many places! In this heart-felt authentic blog post, a full-time traveler shares a glimpse into what it means to step into a new reality, stop feeling at home – and find a completely new sense of belonging along the way. … More Where Do I Belong? On A Path Of No Return! A Seeker’s Reality Between Losing Home While Finding The World

Digital Diarrhea – How Social Media Is Destroying My Personal Development

Traveling means movement, new ideas, endless impressions and the ability to look at your surroundings like a curious child, with its eyes wide open, who sees everything for the first time. But instead of embracing, being and breathing in the moment, most of the time we choose to see the experience unfold with a lens between us. Here is a partially self addressed call to a more self-conscious and responsible relationship with social media. … More Digital Diarrhea – How Social Media Is Destroying My Personal Development

“Made in Malaysia” – The 3 Profound Lessons I Learned from its History and Culture

Malaysia, a country that is known for its incredible diversity, colonial history, stunning nature, home to many beautiful yet endangered species, dying remainders of rainforest, and some of the most friendly people I have ever encountered. Many colonizing countries have wanted their share of it, including the Portuguese, the British and the Dutch, all leaving … More “Made in Malaysia” – The 3 Profound Lessons I Learned from its History and Culture

Thoughts on the New Wealthy – how the nomad lifestyle changes your perspective on materialistic values

Stuff. It is everywhere! In the recent process of getting ready for living in different places around the world with no single home address, this has become very obvious to me again. Be it your attachment to certain possessions and a constantly growing expectation level of luxury and comfort, be it the sheer amount of … More Thoughts on the New Wealthy – how the nomad lifestyle changes your perspective on materialistic values