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August 13, 2019

Spiritual trekking for peace of mind

  • HB Kham

Are you thinking to travel to Nepal for spiritual tourism? If so, then your decision is perfectly right. Nepal is the best place to enjoy spiritual tourism with lots of options left for you to choose from.

Nepal is a mysterious hidden land of Gods and Goddesses. It is full of temples and monasteries besides other places of worship. It is believed that Hindu God- Lord Shiva -lives in the icy regions of Himalaya as this region of Everest is considered holy enough for divine powers to exist. Even Greek Gods are believed to have lived in the hills.

A countless number of high mountains offer you the best place of tranquility and meditation also. The smaller hills can also mesmerize you and tempt you to go for spiritual trekking to a nearby hill to relax and enjoy the comforts of peace of mind and body.

Once you are in Nepal, you can decide whether you would like to go for spiritual trekking to base camps of Annapurna or Everest. You may also decide to visit some of the famous Hindu temples or Buddhist monasteries.

Whatever plans or decisions you want to make for your future visits to Nepal, the following descriptions will help you to arrive at one concrete decision to execute your plans.

  • Spiritual tour to Buddhist places
Lumbini
Lumbini

Since Lord Buddha was born in Nepal, there is no dearth of Buddhist spiritual places in Nepal. In Kathmandu, you may visit famous places such as Swambhunath, Boudha stupa, Kopan Monastery, White Monastery.

While visiting these monasteries and Buddhist places of significant values in Buddhism, you may also immerse yourself into some of the meditation courses or Buddhist teachings delivered by some of the learned monks at some of these monasteries in Kathmandu.

Once you have undergone this immersion course of peace and Buddhist teachings you will not only feel the inner happiness at the core of your heart but will also come out with a new insight of the external world.

  • Spiritual tour of Hindu Religious Pilgrimage sites

After finishing your spiritual tour to Buddhist places, you may now turn to tour some of the famous spiritual pilgrimage sites of Hindus in Kathmandu.

Pashupatinath: Lord of all Animals and Humans
Pashupatinath: Lord of all Animals and Humans

The popular Hindu temple of Pashupatinath can be one place. Secondly, you can visit the image of Vishnu located in Budhanilkantha’s place.

Muktinath in Mustang district and Manakama temple can also give you some spiritual insights after visiting these religious sites.

  • Spiritual tour to Shaman for healing
shamans
shamans

You may also decide to go for a spiritual tour to a shaman who tells you how the healings are done in shaman culture. The shaman will also tell you all about their way of communication with the spirits of the dead persons, who live in a different world.

The shaman can also tell about how the occult powers are exercised by the shamans.

  • Meditation Camps (Vipassana)
meditation
meditation camp

You are free to go for a medication camp called “Bipasana” where all you have to do is to learn to concentrate your attention. This meditation camp will also teach you how to get control over one’s physical sense.

Yoga courses are periodically organized or managed by some of the social and religious organizations. So, you may readily participate in one of these “Bipasana camps” to taste the meditation system and code of conduct. Shivapur is the perfect place of serenity for such meditation camps.

  • Spiritual Base Camp Trekking
Annapurna base camp
Annapurna base camp

Engaging in spiritual trekking to Annapurna and Everest base camps are also the best options for you to observe peace and tranquility of mind and body.

It is not limited to these base camp trekking only. The sacred religious places like Faktanglung and Pathibhara in eastern Nepal could bestow upon you a new insight and consciousness about the world.

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