Beautiful man, the ideas here are very expansive and I love to get to ralete to what you're saying through my travels. It's interesting how when we look inward we always find similar guiding wisdom, so in your words, its all about trusting that voice inside.Another advantage that the wanderer travelling mantra provides is once we identify the inner patterns of our mind, we are given so much room to let go and just allow our world to change. The problem with being in an environment where our focus and time is constantly being vied for by friends, family and a set job is we are forced to get anxious, forced to squeeze our energy into our projects and never really have the room to do what we need to do, just let go. Traveling has allowed me to face challenges with a new approach, not mitigating every situation but just holding to my positive vision of the outcome and just believing that the universe will conspire. This is of course possible in the confides of society, and while more difficult, I think may be the ultimate lesson and the next step of the journey. For me, it always goes back to that wonderful Emerson quote“It is easy in the world to live after the world's opinions; it is easy in solitude to live after your own; but the great man is he who in the midst of the crowd keeps with perfect sweetness the independence of solitude”I think this raletes a lot to the inner game. I look at it as our ability to not let the outside world control us. Society provides so many distractions from maintaining a positive inner state, so the eventual goal is to become so powerful internally, that nothing from the outside can shake us.Great words Ivan and great hero journey you are on.Peace from Bulgaria!BrandonBrandonb4s last [type] ..mezz Reply:July 26th, 2010 at 6:33 ambeautiful comment thanks for sharing your adventure with us hopefully we can meet up somewhere in the world and discuss some of these topics in person be well .