If you physically travel or have wanderlust, Pamela Metz takes you on an inner and outer journey. This book was inspired by Lao Tzu’s classic Tao Te Ching. The Tao of Travel guides you spiritually as you navigate life. Every trip has a starting point along with a final destination. Beginnings and endings remain part of the path and are polar opposites, or the yin and yang. When one journey ends, and you let go of it, something new will begin.
Images in The Tao of Travel have metaphorical meanings throughout the 81 chapters. Some include being a stranger and leaving, missing, and returning home. Other illustrations show delays, wandering, finding a guide, getting lost, and discovering wisdom. While all images reflect travel, they also have spiritual meaning in the realm of life.
Carry this book on any journey when you head out to explore. The Tao of Travel will give you a moment to reflect, meditate, or simply enjoy your enriching experiences. You can also keep this spiritual guide at home for when you return from a trip or prepare for the next. If you love to travel, this book touches upon the spirit and excitement you feel and can be a source of calm in trying times. The Tao of Travel will send you off to the right path.
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Inspiring Little Book for Traveling Soul
A friend introduced me to this book recently. She believed it was an appropriate source of wisdom as my life is currently including a lot of difficult travel now, personally and professionally. The book includes inspiring words and positive images (simple, yet profound sketches) that are helpful for a thoughtful read and/or quiet meditation. There are 81 little “poetic” sections that prompt the reader to examine his/her own “journey of life.” This book makes a spiritually enriching gift for the busy traveler in your life. For me, often alone on my journeys, it provides a certain measure of comfort and connection… connection to something larger than myself. The pages are formatted nicely—free of clutter.