If you haven’t been – GO!
Fiji is one of those places that Europeans don’t get to visit as much. Due to its remote location, it often remains a hidden gem as a tourist destination. In April this year, I flew there to attend Tony Robbins’ Life & Wealth Mastery seminar. During my stay, I went to visit Tony’s special place – Namale Resort & Spa. As with everything Tony does, the place exceeded my expectations. The whole resort is picturesque and you can easily get lost in your thoughts there.
I had my moment of oneness when I was in the spa centre. The hour I spent there felt like an eternity and a second, at the same time. Everything was still, whilst so much was happening.
Imagine sitting in the spa centre, listening to the sound of the splashing water and taking in the view.
The waves are crashing on the ocean shore whilst playing with each other. One is chasing the other, then it gets chased itself. The deep blue water is filling the pot-holes and it looks like as if the ocean is breathing.
The noise of the waterfall in the spa, the pool circulation system and the background music blended in one sound, in which you can’t distinguish what you are hearing. It’s teasing your senses, raises your awareness and brings you into the moment.
The sun is not strong and is even a little shy. It hides behind the occasional cloud, then comes out to stroke the palm trees, the sand, the waves and the ad-hoc tourist lost in this paradise. A playful breeze moves the leaves of the trees and helps the waves speed up. The waves are now racing! Each wants to go as far as the previous went, and even further. What they don’t know is that regardless of how far they go, once they reach the goal, they become a part of the oneness of the ocean and have to go to the back of the queue.
Whilst watching this race, I had a breakthrough. I remembered that the journey is more important than the destination. When the destination is reached, it’s time for a new wave to make its way. It’s time to go on another journey and remembering that the new wave I’m riding can look familiar to the previous one, but there’s no guarantee that it would go as far. I know that I just need to focus on enjoying it whilst it lasts.
During my stay in Fiji I went to Namale Resort twice and both times I had breakthroughs. My visits there were experiences full of realisations. I felt wiser and more aware and I’m pleased to say I took the learnings home. They’ve helped me take my life to the next level.
If you haven’t been – GO!