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Walking the Ancient Path


As a person living in the 21st century, it can be hard to walk the ancient path of my ancestors. Due to the fact that I live in a society where it is bombarded with garbage all over the ocean floors and in the highest mountains and pyramids. I cannot focus on my spiritual journey of ancient Kabbalah and of my native ancestors with all of mankind trashing the highways and sea floors.

However, I have found countries, cities and parts of the ocean where one can find a clean environment to focus on their spiritual well being.
Places like Bali, Iceland, Canada, Barcelona, Morocco and Tasmania are the top places where one can focus on their spiritual journey. You can study yoga in Bali while getting closer to your God, Buddha, or whoever you follow.

I walk with my ancestors of Wales and Sami people. I walk the ancient path of my Jewish kabbalistic family from Morocco and Germany. My spiritual path is connected to God in the sense of nature. And nature is part of who I am as a person and of my heritage. I need a clean world, not only for me but for the future generations who will walk the ancient paths.

One thought on “Walking the Ancient Path

  1. That picture! I believe I’ve walked through that very doorway. Angkor Wat is such a spiritual place – I’m not particularly spiritual myself, but the agedness and the serenity of the grounds create a lot of reverence.


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