It took me 2 months to actually upload this travel vlog on Youtube. “Maybe this is not a good move to put it all out there. I don’t really know if I want to show this to everyone.” I became kind of self conscious about it. The truth is that my inner child came alive in Northern Thailand. Pure joy. I set myself free. Let it all out. P.s. “I didn’t use any drugs, if you are wondering, LOL.” This is a compilation of me being me. I just realized again that I grew a lot in this 8 months of traveling. It has been a epic rollercoaster journey and it still is.
Hello inner child, how are you?
I remember when I watched old movies of myself as a child with my dad last year. I saw myself running and jumping around with that skinny tall clumsy body of mine. My dad and me would just laugh about that kid with the long arms and legs. Then I realized something: I was not that kid in the video anymore. I was a ‘grown’ woman of 23 years old trying to figure out the purpose of life. I became more serious and sometimes I showed my inner kid to people. This was not happening quite often and that thought made me sad. Where was that kid? Where did my inner child go. Was she hurt? Where was that naturally innocent, playful part of me.
The one that sparked the inner child inside of me
Some people just trigger a part of you that you have not seen for a while. When I met Rob in Pai, Thailand it was like I knew him for ages. We could just sit all day next to each other and not even talk to each other *without the akward silences. And there where days that we could laugh forever. We would make fun of each other and didn’t really care, because I believe we were too people being their authentic selves without any walls. Btw Rob Marley is Rob Marley because we could sing Bob Marley songs everywhere we go. It was like my inner child said hello to him and everything was just too real.
“We learned so much from each other. I’m sure our paths crossed that day in Pai because we had to grow a lot in a short period of time. It was like the universe already set up that soul meeting.”
We travelled from Pai to Malaysia where my motorbike accident happened. Until this day i’m so grateful he was there when it was all happening. He took care of me like a true warrior of light. After the whole experience I realized that the two of us grew so much from that day we met. My inner child was never gone, she was always inside of me and I just needed someone like Rob Marley at that time to awaken it. I will never forget that my inner child is alive and kicking and is always traveling with me.
Souls that connect
One of the things I really love about traveling is that you can meet a lot of amazing people that you can vibe with. I have noticed that when you travel it is really easy to spot a authentic person. Vibes attracts vibes and I believe that’s just the way it works. Sometimes it’s not working because it just costs too much energy to get on the same vibrational level. It’s not good or bad, it’s just means that you have to move on and do your own thing. That is exactly why I love to travel alone because you don’t really travel alone. You are always vibrating towards other people. We are human beings always searching for some kind of connection with others. For me it is easy to travel alone because I can decide who I want to get to know better or who I better stay away from. < I had some experience with that last one, you can read it here. The other thing about it is that when you show up somewhere for the first time, it is like you come with all you have got; yourself.
Sunkissed kisses from Bali,
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