I wish you experience your own walkabout…

The Pinnacles Desert is a desert located in the national park in Western Australia. The word „Pinnacle” in English means top, turret. The area is a sandy desert with plenty of limestone formations in the shape similar to a cone (or male genitals – if you think so… 😉 These are the remains of trees that once grew here. Aboriginal legend says that each of these cones is the enemy tribes converted by the gods in a stone pedestal.

I went to Pinnacles to connect with the nature. I love nature. It calms me down.

„Walkabout” is a phenomenon occurring only in Australia. It’s history is as old as the history of the Aborigines. It was based more or less on the fact that every man from time to time felt the need to isolate himself from everyday life, to feel a spiritual connection with nature, to look at his life from a distance and make his own decision – what to do next. To make the right decision he had to travel the world … Most of the trips ended it the way that Aborigene returned after a month to the same life which he had before, to his previous life. He did not change anything. Why?

Because changes are difficult. Because the human brain is not designed to change. From a childhood it prefers stability, security and rituals. A change requires effort, energy, start all over again. It is damn difficult, but -fortunatelly- possible. At the beginning demanding, but after a while it gives a lot more satisfaction than the previous life.

As the famous seller of apples used to say: stay hungry, stay foolish…

I wish you experience your own walkabout 🙂 It’s important. Especially for your soul…

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