Inspiration

Be Inspired

Be Inspired

Spirit Tours believes we are part of a web of life in which all is sacred! Our motto is "We are All One". We feel there is one Presence "A divine life essense, the one indwelling consciousness or spirit in every creature and life form." ~Eckhart Tolle. There are many ways to access that Presence: through Meditation, Prayer, Yoga, Qi Qong, Dance, Music, Song Chanting, Mantra or a method that calls to you. Spiritual Journeys are also a way to allow this Presence to manifest in your life. Travel opens up the opportunity to live in the moment, to surrender to the unknown and to open up the heart and mind to new ways of seeing the world. Spiritual journeys are a great way to share that "Oneness" with fellow tour members and people of different lands. Returning home we are inspired to share these insights and this "Presence" with family and friends. This is the greatest souvenir you could bring them. "Wandering establishes the original harmony which existed between man and the Universe" Anatole France

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Eckhart Tolle

Eckhart Tolle

"Life isn't as serious as the mind makes it out to be"

"The past has no power over the Present Moment"

"Being spiritual has nothing to do with what you believe and everything to do with your state of consciousness"

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Dr. Rev Edward Viljoen

Dr. Rev Edward Viljoen

Edward Viljoen is the author of Ordinary Goodness and the Power of Meditation and coauthor of Seeing Good at Work (with Joyce Duffala), and Spirit is Calling and Practice the Presence (with Chris Michaels). He is the senior minister at the Center for Spiritual Living in Santa Rosa, California. /p>

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The Buddha

The Buddha

Don't confuse ideas and statues of the Buddha as something outside of yourself.  We all have Buddha nature and the ability to realize that enlightenment starts with liberating our mind from unconscious thoughts and a belief that this is all real. 

-Unknown-

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Anon Cara

Anon Cara

Anam Cara is the old gaelic term for "soul friend." anam meaning soul and cara meaning friend. Anam Ċara is the title of a 1997 bestseller on "Celtic spirituality", the first publication by Irish author and then-priest John O'Donohue

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