Scent of Smriti

With origins in Eastern philosophy over millennia, Mindfulness can and should be practiced by everyone!

The only thing that is ultimately real about your journey is the step that you are taking at this moment. That’s all there ever is.” – Eckhart Tolle

Be Mindful…

Mindfulness is self-awareness. It is also sensing a range of energies around and within you. With deep origins in eastern philosophies, Smriti is Sanskrit for Mindfulness.

We spend much time thinking over ‘stuff’ that has neither happened nor may happen in the future. So much so, that most days we forget to appreciate or enjoy the present.

Scent of Smriti reminds us to Just Be!.

It reminds us to experience the ‘moment’ as it ‘is‘.

Relax. Surrender. Trust.

The Walk of Gratitude is designed to help you ‘reduce stress and increase self-awareness‘. Follow the process, and you will most likely experience that!

Use your Nirvana Passport to capture any feelings, thoughts, or experiences which the Walk of Gratitude brings out in you.

Remember, this walk is about you! Its just another way for you to Just Be!

Benefits

  • present in the ‘here and now’
  • increase self-awareness
  • connect better with oneself
  • feel more pleasantness
  • enjoy better relationships

 

 

More Benefits

  • clarity and relaxation
  • slow down your thoughts
  • reduce stress and anxiety
  • better focus & concentration
  • let ‘defeating thoughts’ GO!

Walk Facts

  • Distance: 1.2 km
  • Duration: 2+ hrs
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Walk Trail: Yes & No

Yoga Walks

Scent of Smriti

Smriti is the Sanskrit word for mindfulness and has deep roots in eastern philosophies. Experience the moment, let go of stress and remain aware of the self on this Yoga Walk without worrying about the future or the past.

Peace Walk

This Walk is all about discovering your inner Shanti, or ‘peace’. Many of us are plagued by restless or distressing thoughts, which is why it’s important to bring a sense of control and stability to our thoughts and emotions.

Walk of Gratitude

Each of us has many things to be grateful for, but we don’t always have the time or the clarity of mind to pay attention to them. The Walk of Gratitude gives you time to appreciate everything from clean water to the people around you.