Thursday is a day that started out being frustrating for no discernable reason; to a bit of disconnection from my higher self; to reconnecting with someone I met recently; to a very odd but satisfying flow - meeting a couple of new friends; like splashing into a nice chill-out session helping with an activity; then ending with a fantastic "energy conversation" that was intertwined with conventional conversation with one of the aforementioned new friends.
On September 28, 2013 at the recommendation of my friend, Telesia from Australia, I visited a Buddhist monument called Amitabha Stupa. A stupa represents the embodiment of Buddha, where the core of structure is solid cedar wood, and blessed many thousands of times over by monks. What I experienced was something that can only be described as "utterly joyous".
I continue to summarize my spiritual experiences to date. I have already talked about Arizona and New Mexico, so here I will talk about Austin, TX; and New Orleans, LA.
The one area that I have not touched upon on this blog yet is how I am feeling on the spiritual level and have actually experienced on this front. Given that of all the aspects of my pilgrimage, I have not talked about the aspect that has affected me the most! What I mean to convey about 'spiritual' experiences is not a Born Again Christian; or finding God; or having God speak to me and I become more religious. No, it means the right flow of things according to how it suits you, or I, individually. It is something that people of all kinds of beliefs, including not believing in the existence of God can relate to. It is simply believing what feels right; believing what you have come to conclude after observing the world around you - seen, or unseen; thought or un-thought. So without further ado, here comes the summary!
Hi! My name is Peter Trinh, and I started a spiritual journey in the latter half of September of 2013. I plan to travel across the United States of America, and beyond! I am chronicling this on this website, and I hope you enjoy it!
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