Mindful Journey

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Winning and losing isn’t everything; sometimes, the journey is just as important as the outcome.”  ~ Alex Morgan

Remember to take some time along the way to notice where you are right now. 

Admire the flowers, find animals in the clouds, marvel at the tree root, and smell the clean air after a thunderstorm. 

We can get so focused on the destination that we forget to pay attention to the here and now. 

Mindful journeying relishes the little things that often go unnoticed along the way. 

The little things that can bring great joy or simple peace to an otherwise hectic day. 

Have you ever watched a bird searching for a worm? 

Or a squirrel digging for a nut hidden months ago? 

How about a caterpillar crawling across a leaf? 


When we take a few moments to narrow our attention down to a moth’s journey across the yard, it can recharge our batteries. 

It can restore a small sense of wonder to our sometimes jaded experience. 

Allow yourself to be awed by simple pleasures and backyard treasures.

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About the Author

Laura Rowe is an Intuitive Strategist & Spiritual Seeker at The Vital Spirit. Living in Portland, Oregon, Laura founded The Vital Spirit in 2013. She has a background in business operations, a master’s degree in organizational management, and she has spent the last 35 years studying spiritual traditions and practices, and the last 12 years training in intuitive energy healing modalities.

Laura helps empaths and sensitives who have struggled their whole life with belonging. Explore How We Can Work Together