A Roadless Walk is an insight into life with a vision to share innate knowledge worldwide. To be more specific, this is about an introspective quest for spiritual and mental development. The aim here is to support self-understanding, inspire you to reach your full potential, and to unleash spiritual knowledge from within.
We are not defined by our names, our gender, or our race. Yes, those things do matter but they are just labels to help us organize our lives. Just like how we fill our homes with beds, chairs, TVs, etc. We even go to the extent of decorating with gardens and different paint colors. However, the house isn’t alive until you enter it and when you leave, you take that essence with you. The same concept applies to your body and how you choose to decorate it (with virtues or vices, cosmetics, and your personal style), keeping in mind that you are an essence too. Simply put, this is Roadless – not purposeless but a journey into the untapped reaches of the human mind (things we normally don’t talk about); this is a walk – because that journey is supposed to be intentional. I hope you know that your life is YOUR adventure and only you can define it (if you choose to). We’ll face each challenge with an open mind not with fear of the consequences. We’ll be present at each waking moment because we will be awakened. We’ll live. I launched a Roadless Walk because my vision is to share my inspirations, as well as my aspiration to live life fully, with YOU!
What to expect:
- Turning everyday practices into small rituals to cultivate happiness
- Improving your mental health and physical wellbeing
- Inspirational moments/quotes to motivate
- Hobbies I hope you can relate to and how to enjoy them fully
- My opinions as well as research based works
- My influencers and my reflections
- A mental work-out!
My name is Nahita Zafimahova, I’m 23 years old and I’m from Madagascar. Everything else that I’m about to say is just embellishment for my personality. I grew up in a poor village in Andranomainty (Black Water), Madagascar. I didn’t speak a word of English then. My mother was a beautiful city girl and my father was a country man. They fell in love and eventually fell out of love. Tragic story, I know. They both passed away not too long ago but not before they created an opportunity for me to bloom in this world, in this life. Well how did I learn English? My mom worked as a nanny for American expatriates in Antananarivo (the capital of Madagascar). When I was younger she would take me along to play with the American kids and that’s how I slowly learned to speak English. though not as fluent as it is now. When I was about 9 years old, my mom began working for another American family (the Bull/Starkey) whom I’d never imagine would become my second family. Around the time that my biological parents fell out of love, the Bulls took me in as their own and even enrolled me into the American School of Antananarivo in 2006. There, I would perfect my English language skills. I managed to graduate from high school in 2010 and then proceed to finish my undergraduate studies, receiving my Bachelors of Arts in Psychology in 2014.
2015 was a year of mental, emotional, and spiritual development for me. Learn more about it here: Internship at Spring Lake Ranch: Therapeutic Community; Spring Lake Ranch.
Today, December 31st, 2015, here I am; I’m going to share with you my experiences and hopefully you can also see the beauty and wonder that is our lives.
Though this is a personal blog, I am not the sole owner of the majority of my ideas. I tend to do a lot of research before I post therefore I will reference authors, spiritual leaders, artists, and just about anybody that I will borrow ideas from. I’ll post the links in their appropriate articles so that you can look at them and form your own opinions on the matter. My hope is that my blog is a simplified version of some difficult concepts so that you can keep up even if you’re unfamiliar with ideas such as spirituality, awareness, and consciousness.
I’m always up for debates and look forward to hearing from you too. I hope that we can motivate each other to live and enjoy this journey.
Let’s walk! 🙂