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Volunteer, Visit or Live in a Mindful Community in Northern Thailand
Communities / Healing / Meditation

Volunteer, Visit or Live in a Mindful Community in Northern Thailand

written by Tavy When I first traveled to Northern Thailand with university friends in 2006, my expectations of the region conjured up admittedly superficial and limited images of the magnificent Mekong River, the Golden Triangle, and exotic hill tribes. When I eventually returned a couple of years ago, it was for a meditation retreat with … Continue reading

Attend an Addiction Recovery Conference with Tommy Rosen from Anywhere in the World!
conferences / Healing / Personal Growth / Yoga

Attend an Addiction Recovery Conference with Tommy Rosen from Anywhere in the World!

On March 17-21st, Tommy Rosen will co-host Recovery 2.0: Beyond Addiction, the world’s first global addition recovery conference. The conference is to be held online, featuring 35 thought-leaders in the field of addiction recovery and personal transformation. I met Tommy, an addiction expert and yoga teacher, at the Caribbean Yoga Conference in Montego Bay, Jamaica, … Continue reading

Apocalypse Travel Guide: Where In The World To Go Before It’s Gone Forever
Itineraries / Spiritual Teachings / Travel Advice

Apocalypse Travel Guide: Where In The World To Go Before It’s Gone Forever

You’re probably all aware that according to the Mayans, the world is ending next week. I feel foolish if I choose to believe this. There is little physical evidence that the apocalypse is coming. Then again, I feels foolish not to believe it a little bit. If I ignore it and then the Mayans turn … Continue reading

Good Hippie, Bad Hippie: Finding Peace and Self Acceptance at an Eco-Community Project in Nisa, Portugal
Guest Post / Personal Growth / Travel Stories

Good Hippie, Bad Hippie: Finding Peace and Self Acceptance at an Eco-Community Project in Nisa, Portugal

Written by Zoë Ryan Shipley “Tribodar,” in Portuguese, means “sharing tribe”. Located in Nisa, Portugal, this tribe is the place I have made my home for the last three weeks. When I first arrived, I must admit, I was a bit taken aback – having recently spent time at a well-established and beautifully located ashram … Continue reading