to think that we were total strangers only three weeks ago is a little hard to believe.
@melxeva showed up at my place one afternoon and the next morning, we embarked on a road trip around part of australia.
this was one of the most spontaneous, unplanned and intuition based things i’ve ever done.
we took a tent (mind you, neither of us are campers) and drove until we felt like stopping, only finding a place to stay an hour or two before arriving... if we even booked first.
we visited some of the most stunning places, met lots of incredible and generous people, talked for hours on end and became like sisters.
we listened to everything from german pop to hip hop, podcasts on conspiracy theories and spirituality and we spent way too many hours in crystal shops and laughing at the ridiculousness of our minds.
at times, we completely wore ourselves out, had little to no food, ate mouldy bread, had perpetually dirty skin and sometimes, the idea of not knowing where we were going would get to us but i fell in love with the feeling of freedom and the unknown.
the spontaneity taught me a lot.
we are always carried.
things always work out the way they are supposed to and our needs are always taken care of ~ particularly when we are in a state of allowing rather than stressing.
jump and the net will appear beneath you.
manifesting becomes effortless and synchronicities become a way of life.
thank you for an such amazing trip mel.
thank you for all you taught me without even realising and for being such a fun travel partner.
until next time x
p.s. it probably seems like we have the most lovey-dovey spiritual friendship ever (which is somewhat true) but in reality, we spent 90% of the time insulting each other and being bogans because we share a strange sense of humour ♀️
Wilsons Promontory National Park