Asking Permission With Every Step

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During our adventure travels, asking permission and giving thanks on every step we take is a Spiritual event to the highest level of thought and action.

This vibrational impulse sent to the universe is simply responding to your ability and never expecting anything in return. Ancient tribal environments call this going-with-the-flow because your demeanor is what you create from your hands on experience that is generated from your thought patterns.

Eco Adventure Travel Guide - Two Medicine Lake Montana

Asking permission is a sacred awareness that comes with respecting mother earth, others, and yourself. Some people may say Mother Earth are both others and yourself because the mother is the creator. This may come from were all born from the mom and not the father.

Asking permission can be explained in the video below as this is a universal key element of success.

Did you ask permission when you picked up a favorite rock or shell on the ground? Or did you just pick it up because it looked nice? Sometimes the rock is already giving you permission if you just listen.

And one may ask, what comes after the permission?

Giving thanks is my first thought after the shell gives you permission to remove its environment status or not.

To some this is an everlasting practice as to others its a transparent cause & effect from being raised in this kind of environment.

 


Wherever you go and visit, respect comes with awareness and responsibility. Awareness and responding to your ability comes with respect of the eco systems your walking on.

Thank you kindly for your support.

 


The Image above is located at the Two Medicine Lakes in Montana and is Credited to: 12-Foot Hedgehog Productions

Move Your Paddle Silently Through the Water

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Aukland to Tahiti

The Canoe has always been a sacred element with the Hawaiians. It was not only a traveling device in the waters, but ancient story telling says it was a way of galactic traveling as well. The Island of MU was before the days of Atlantis in the Pacific Rim. In this day of age here on Earth, a foundation is re-living what our Ancestors taught us hundreds of thousand of years ago by traveling through the great oceans in canoes. They are traveling to meet their fellow relatives and to bring awareness of our ancestors knowledge with love and passion.


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The image above can be found here.

May us all have great travels.  Aloha.

Our Blue Canoe

Travel2Share - Aranka van der Pol

Travel2Share | Aranka van der Pol

Aranka is a global traveler as a freelance reporter sharing the Green Secrets of the planet. The vid below pretty much sums it up. You may need to get your translator to work as its far worth reading her travel info.

You may follow her on FB or her website.

Thanks and Happy Travels.

 

Snow lake and hispar pass karakorum

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Snow lake and hispar pass karakorum

Biafo Glacier (60 km. long) and Hispar Glacier (61 km. long) meet at the 5151 m. Hispar Pass to form one of the longest glacial systems outside the polar regions. This highway of ice connects two ancient mountain kingdoms; Hunza in the west with Baltistan in the east.

In olden times warriors from Hunza would use this natural pathway to invade the peoples of Askolie in Baltistan. Later, the well known sport of "Polo," a Balti word meaning ball, served as a more positive outlet for aggression between these two kingdoms and matches were played on stretches of level ground in this locality.

Because the Biafo-Hispar region is very remote it serves as the last stronghold for many animals; including Himalayan bear, ibex, markhor and the snow leopard. H.W. Tilman, an English adventurer, claimed he saw footprints of the Yeti during his trek there in 1937.

At the base of Hispar Pass on its eastern flank rests Snow Lake, a basin of ice (16 km. wide) surrounded by granite pinnacles yet to be climbed. Glaciologists have conducted various experiments on the lake and have found the ice to be approximately 1.6 km. deep. Some go as far as to say that Snow Lake represents the last of the original ice cap in the earth's temperate zones.

The first segment of the journey from Islamabad to Askolie is identical to that of the K-2 Trek (see enclosed). We begin our walk from Askolie towards K-2 then shortly head west onto the Biafo Glacier. After trekking three to four days we arrive at Baintha Campsite located on an ablation valley below the granite peaks of the Ogre (7813 m.).

The walk takes us past glistening clear lakes, bright spots of green grass, glorious wild flowers and the ever present vertical snow covered peaks hanging above to complete this dazzling scene. The next two days take us over the white covered Biafo Glacier to Snow Lake. We then make the exhilarating walk up to Hispar Pass continuously overwhelmed by the incredible views.

Having reached the highest point of our journey atop Hispar Pass (5151 m.) we begin the descent into Hunza; a land where the language, culture and ethnic background is vastly different than that of Baltistan. We follow the Hispar Glacier past massive mountains such as Kanjut Sar (7760 m.) and Disteghil Sar (7885 m.) reaching the end of the glacier in four to five days.

The green oasis of Hispar Village awaits us signaling only another dayÍs walk before a jeep transports us to Karimabad, Hunza. First sight of the lush valley of Hunza is breathtaking and in some ways makes up for the nostalgia one feels after completing a long walk. We spend one night in Karimabad then we are off to Gilgit by way of the KKH. Depending on weather conditions we then fly or drive back to Islamabad. For itinerary and estimate please contact at nasirkke@yahoo.com

Kahuna Storyteller - Ed Kaiwi - Colorado

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Ed Kaiwi Kahuna Storyteller Workshop in Colorado

The Kahuna Storyteller, Ed Kaiwi will be in Crestone, Colorado in June teaching the Children of the Rainbow symbols. Starting June 20th on that Friday to the following Monday the 23rd. Register here or with the e-Mail form above, his FaceBook page or e-Mail him direct from the brochure image. Aloha

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