Spiritual Power in Traveling

Whether you are looking to heal the soul, cleanse the mind or seek new adventure, traveling provides a powerful tool for spiritual healing and growth. It doesn’t have to be across the world or to a fancy resort, just being in a different environment has been known to be therapeutic to your mind, body, and soul.

Traveling to a place unknown to you forces you to be present, step out of your comfort zone, seize the moment and live in the present, not in the past. Soak in the sounds, tastes, sights and smells of your new surroundings and your intuition will be heightened. There is a reason why so many people return home from their travels with a new appreciation for life and a positive shift in their mood. Certainly there are places that do touch our spirits and have a lasting impact. It could be the result of breathtaking scenic landscapes or simply meeting new people and learning about new cultures.

No matter if it’s natural or man-made, the power of traveling is real. Every experience and journey changes you in some way. You become more conscious and you begin to see the world differently. You will see how others live and are grow through your travels. In addition, you will learn about new cultures and reevaluate your life from a new perspective.

Here are some tips to ensure you make traveling a deeply spiritual journey:

Look for your purpose

Without a purpose or intention, travel can just be a pastime or just another experience to consume. Instead, look for the reason why things are. For example, learn how to cook a quesadilla while in Mexico or explore the ruins of Machu Picchu digging deeper into the history of the Incas.


Slow down and don’t be in a rush to get from one place to another or you will miss out on seeing a lot of things. Often by venturing away from tourist attractions and living the local life, you can more deeply immerse yourself in the culture. Try sitting in a café, park or the beach and observe people and things. Connect with those around you and take in the people, culture and natural beauty of your surroundings. You will find how different we can be but how similar we all can be as well.


What better way to have more meaning in your travels, then to offer something back to the host country. No matter how small or big you give, know that you’ll eventually make an impact in someone’s life. There are underprivileged people in different parts of the world, and by giving your time and volunteering for a cause that would directly engage you with those in need.


Take a moment and appreciate what you have. Say thank you to those who have helped and served you so that you can be where you are today. There are always those that are less fortunate than us and we must learn from every circumstance we face and every person we meet during the journey.

Ready to start your spiritual journey? Galactic can help get you there.

Created By
Savy Huynh


Created with images by Matthew T Rader - "A spiralling stained glass window inside a chapel at Thanks-Giving Square in Dallas." • Simon Wilkes - "Perhaps one the best vantage points in Richmond Park, London. This bench is perfectly placed beneath a lonely tree, giving a clear view of the open fields and woodlands in every direction. In the early morning mist there’s a certain melancholy about the place - you could sit and ponder life here, without a care in the world." • Zac Durant - "Sunshine bath" • Elia Pellegrini - "Hand Light" • Jay Castor - "Pristine water lily" • Ben White - "woman in the field"