I’ve always loved to travel. There’s something about being immersed in the language, culture, rhythm and food of certain places that call to us, that is really compelling to me.

When we’re off traveling somewhere, Chris and I love to spend a good portion of our time just wandering around different neighborhoods or natural spaces without having any particular plan or agenda. 

I tend to be curious, so there’s something about walking around somewhere new that allows me to feel things I don’t usually in my daily life that I find really enjoyable.

I get to see others’ perspectives of the world and the beauty that they create in all these different ways. 

It also gives me an opportunity for even greater appreciation and gratitude for what I get to experience when I see the not so beautiful things that are created.

Travel is one of the times where we have the opportunity to be more in flow, and open to the unexpected. We normally don’t have the same schedules, timelines or urgencies that we have in our day to day lives.

In this week’s episode (#114), Dennis and I discuss the unexpected opportunity offered by travel, and how it can yield a lot of unexpected momentum on spirit level if approached in the right way.

The free GFC (Group Frequency Calibration®) at the end will begin to help release the distortion patterns that prevent us from being open to being in the flow and magic of the present moment.

Without releasing these distortion patterns, and with all the information accessible to us, travel can become another way to reinforce certainty and ironically close us off to magic.

Now that things are starting to open again for many of us, we can hopefully start to experience more of this again soon.

Let’s rise together!



  • Before the internet, there was a lot of room for error in travel: getting lost and swept into the unknown was common, and it allowed for expansive, unplanned surprises to unfold.
  • Now, people tend to plan every aspect of their travel. Keeping such tight control over schedules and activities sucks away the prospect for unplanned magic because it takes us out of the present moment. We’re on our devices, always planning the next thing — there’s no surrender to the unknown. We simply don’t notice the magic unfolding around us.
  • Getting lost, getting delayed — these things can actually be opportune. If we open ourselves to it, travel gives us a chance to be in the discomfort of the unfamiliar, the unknown. A lot of us don’t feel safe in the unknown, and we get irritated with the hiccups that are an inherent part of travel. But that’s where we can practice surrender and stumble upon something wonderful and unplanned. 
  • Travel is practice for the journey we make on spirit level. Surrendering to what is — this is a huge part of the ascension process. We’re required to surrender more and more of what we think we want: our ideas of who we are, our assumptions, our beliefs about ourselves, others, and the world. Travel exercises the muscle of surrender.
  • Going into the unknown and watching to see what unfolds: this is practice that’ll help you ascend on frequency level. It might also make for a more magical, joyful vacation.