QUESTIONS

In the middle of your mountain


Every time you climb a mountain there is a moment of truth, somewhere along the way between the bottom and the top, where you might stop and look around. You will wonder if what you have ahead is less than what you have behind.

This thought can be just an instant, but what you take out of it will impact the remaining of your journey.

If your legs are tired and all you can see is a dark sky over your head promising thunder and lightning, I can assure you that the kilometres you have in front will turn into walls, giants or barriers made of stone and almost insurmountable.

Think about your own life for a moment.

Do you know how far you are along your route?

How motivated do you feel to continue? Are you afraid of those cold black clouds?

Are you travelling solo? Who is truly around you? Why do you want to continue? 

Those are not questions with easy answers, but those are the answers that can keep your pace and your inspiration to keep on going and face whatever the mountain and the sky throws at you.

No one can climb the mountain for you, but you don’t have to climb it alone.

The Walking Mentorship program is unique and unrepeatable, not only because of the experiences you will face but mainly because of the personal exploration you will endure to reconnect with yourself and your life purpose.

This is a week without fast-forward, skip or replay button, instead you can pause and zoom out in your daily activity. When the need to gain perspective and clarify the road ahead arrives, you know it is time to get your backpack and go.

In July (23-29) we walk above the clouds in Via Francigena (crossing the Alps between Switzerland and Italy). We still have 2 places available, is it yours? www.walkingmentorship.com

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