T For Travel: A To Z On Mindfulness For Newbies #StayMindfulWithMSN

T For Travel: A To Z On Mindfulness For Newbies #StayMindfulWithMSN

Welcome to A To Z On Mindfulness For Newbies

The twentieth letter to be explored in A To Z on Mindfulness For Newbies is T. T is for Travel.

Travel is making a journey. It’s typically moving in a constant or predictable way.

 

Travel is making a journey. It’s typically moving in a constant or predictable way.

 

We use to travel a lot. So we had chances to visit many lovely places in India. Also, we had visited other countries like South Africa, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi. And our family motto is travel more to understand our lives better. 

 

A To Z 2018 Challenge - T For Travel

 

Also, our travel experiences are made fantastic by following these 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Tourists.

 

10 Ways How Travel Helped With My Mindfulness Journey

 

Having an open mind 

Be open to notice little things. Don’t have your predetermined judgments about any place. If you have an open mind, anything like people, nature, things can help you get the new lesson.

Being Attentive 

Mindfulness requires high awareness about the present. So be attentive to the surroundings. Savor the present moment. Continue your daily mindfulness practices. Be focused on your purpose of travel.

Maintaining a travel journal  

Record the sweet memories of the places visited in your Travel Journal. It’s a good keepsake for your lifetime. Whenever you feel life is getting crucial, then flip the pages of your travel journal to get refreshed and rejuvenated.

Embracing all

Be ready to face any challenges. Not everything goes well. But prepared for learning about new people, new tradition, and new place by embracing everything. 

Watching people 

Whenever you wait in a queue or just wait, try to engage yourself by watching people around. People Watching is my favorite pass time during travel. You can observe how the people are moving, how they behave and how they connect with others.

Disconnecting to reconnect

Keep your gadgets shut down. Disconnect from this fast-moving world. Slow down. Reconnect with your soul by spending time in silence, admiring the beauty of nature, taking deep breaths and simply being there.

Savor little things

Buy the famous things from the local stores.  Eat their traditional food items. Collect booklets and pamphlets of the place to make your revisits. Gift the people with small gifts from your native place.

Letting go 

Don’t rush into anything. If your plans fail, don’t worry much. Just let it go. Be mindful. Visit more places. Connect with more people. Don’t be in a hurry.

Feeling the mightiness

Enjoy the mightiness of nature and universe. This may help you understand how tiny you among all the creatures of God. It will make you treat everyone and every creature as equal. Practice Loving Kindness Meditation.

Explore the unexplored

Try some adventures. Explore more by traveling to unique places and reveal the mystery of nature that are unexplored. Try to include some places that are not on your list. 

 

T For Travel

 

 

Other words to explore 

Trust, Truth

 

Mindfulness Challenge For The Day

Travel Journal

Start a travel journal today. and keep this updated whenever you make traveling.

 

Travel More Live Life Better

 

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Do you love traveling? How do you practice mindful traveling?  Share your views with us …

 

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8 thoughts on “T For Travel: A To Z On Mindfulness For Newbies #StayMindfulWithMSN

  1. I do feel the same Vasantha. Travel rally helps to disconnect and then re connect. Do read my bucket list on travel too. I have been unable to visit your posts regularly but will catch up soon. April has been so overwhelming, your mindfulness posts are going to help me de-stress.

  2. I can easily relate to this. I used to travel a lot in trains before for work. Usually from Chennai to Delhi. So I had nearly 34 hours of just watching and observing people inside the train and on the different platforms. It was almost like meditation for me. I still plan on walking into railway station and booking an open ticket to a random place and traveling there for a day or two. I think it will be a good exercise in being more spontaneous.

  3. When I first started writing, I would attend conferences in different cities. Dallas. Pittsburgh. Reno. Houston. It always amazed me that very few attendees would leave the hotel. I always explored, knowing I’d probably never visit again. Because of that, I experienced an old world market, walked an underground city, and saw white tigers at feeding time!

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