Into the Wild

"So many people live within unhappy circumstances and yet will not take the initiative to change their situation because they are conditioned to a life of security, conformity, and conservation, all of which may appear to give one peace of mind, but in reality nothing is more damaging to the adventurous spirit within a man … Continue reading Into the Wild

Cradle Mountain – Tasmania VI

With 1,545 metres above sea level is Cradle Mountain the fifth-highest mountain in Tasmania and one of the principal tourist sites in the state. Whenever you come to Tasmania don't forget to climb Cradle Mountain. Even when you might see a lot of tourists walking around the lake will most of them don't climb the … Continue reading Cradle Mountain – Tasmania VI

Cape Raoul – Tasmania IV

The hike to Cape Raoul is definitely one of the best hikes I've done in Tasmania. Stunning remote scenery with coastal seascapes that include rock platforms, hundreds of metres high cliffs and columns, off-shore islands and swirling seas.

Sunrise full of colours

A short hike for a sunrise full of colours. "We don't need good weather to have a good day. Our own thinking makes it either good or bad. The weather is just as it is."

The most perfect traveller

There are many waterfalls in Australia. I haven't seen them all but they are on my list. Here are some of the ones I have visited. 🙂 "Before we were born we had no feeling; we were one with the universe. This is called "mind-only," or "essence of mind," or "big mind," After we are … Continue reading The most perfect traveller

Stillness speaks

When was the last time you got lost in nature to find yourself? 🙂 Excerpted from: STILLNESS SPEAKS, by Eckhart Tolle We depend on nature not only for our physical survival. We also need nature to show us the way home, the way out of the prison of our own minds. We got lost in … Continue reading Stillness speaks

Mindful in the forest

“Looking at beauty in the world, is the first step of purifying the mind.” "The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness." John Muir