Asia is truly timeless, a place where Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism and Confucianism mix and mingle as if it were the most natural thing in the world. From its ancient shamanic roots to foreign flavors, this delicious miso soup of cultures has something for everyone.
Amidst sacred mountain peaks, both newbie spiritual seekers and zen masters alike are awe-inspired on this journey of Asia. A journey across fields of green tea bushes, delicate cherry blossoms and stepped rice paddies. But what is truly amazing about this journey is that it is more than a physical journey. It is also a journey within.
Asia has inspired self-discovery for thousands of years. The timeless temples, ancient shrines and breathtaking nature gently push us along the path to uncovering our true calling. By the end of the journey, we feel empowered to live our truth in harmony with nature and each other.
A Shinto Goddess of the sun and the universe, she is the emblem of the rising sun that appears on the Japanese flag.
Born with 10 arms, each armed with a different weapon, Durga is one fierce goddess. Her auric glow is so luminous that the gods have to close their eyes.
This turbulent moon deity controls the oceans. As she pushes and pulls the tides, she can sometimes create destruction.
Swinging her sword and flaunting her sharp fangs, the dark goddess destroys what is no longer needed to facilitate new beginnings.
The beloved goddess holds off on entering Nirvana so that she can help free humans from endless karmic cycles and reach enlightenment.
The radiant goddess of love, beauty and abundance shows us the path to living a radiant and abundant life.
The Taoist Goddess is the patroness of the sea. Mazu protects seafarers, fishermen, and sailors on their travels.
The goddess of knowledge, music, and art inspires all creation with her divine light and wisdom.
The Hindu goddess embodies creative power, and rules over the dynamic forces that create all that is within the cosmos.