It’s that time of the year. Winter is a cold season and it is difficult to find your spiritual connection in a cold and dark night, but this should not stop us from keeping our daily meditation. Our spirit requires connection to the Source of life; inner strength and peace are achieved through consistent meditation and soaking in the presence of our Creator. There are many ways to meditate and with the change of season comes opportunity to expand our options in connecting to our Father.
One great ways to break the icy feeling of the season is to have a meditation in motion. One of the most popular motion meditations is walking, but since we are already in the process of breaking out from our old habits, why not try something new or different? Take advantage of the winter season and go skiing or snowboarding somewhere in Japan. Check out some ski Japan travel opportunities for some great valued packages that you can choose from. They offer world class Ski holiday experience that many people spoke highly of. It should give you a totally different perspective in doing meditation and a new learning experience building or rebuilding one’s spirituality. Whether you choose to go cross-country, backcountry, or downhill, you’ll get a natural high from sliding on snow which can keep you up all season long. Do not forget to pack your praise and worship music to keep you company during this spiritual adventure.
Imagine yourself up reaching the Alps of Japan. Amidst that natural high feeling, meditating while being surrounded by God’s awesome creations will bring more meaning to your being. When music and nature is combined with the adrenaline rush of skiing downhill, the feeling would be like having a divine encounter that helps release all your worries and fears, casting them out into the cold air.
Don’t let the cold seasons stop you from celebrating your spiritually, or spending a worthwhile nature encounter. Build fresh memories with a new adventure. Go out and experience the beauty of nature that’s waiting for you to see.