Alaska Cruise Eyespiration


It's the first morning onboard the Jewel of the Seas, when I go outside on deck to watch the sunrise. I'm in Alaska in June and nights are short, it's 5 AM. The wind almost blows me of my feet when I enter the top deck, but the views are so worth it. Amazing infintiy, with on one side a hazy purple light blue sky and on the other side a warm, golden glow behind some clouds.

I never imagined you could see this far from a boat. Sorry, ‘ship’. The cruise ship amazed me by not being bumpy by waves at all, and I actually enjoy the movement of the water while meditating with the group. I am attending a seminar at sea, and never been onboard a cruise ship before. With the amazing views I see each morning I want to sail forever. Staring over the water, with only a few other people present, I feel one with nature.


Amazing skies, infinite water and colours that touch me like I am in a bath of light beams. Golden eye in the sky, the sun finally rises above the mountains. I am surrounded by pure magic, I never felt so close to nature before. So much Eyespiration! I feel blessed to witness all this beauty on earth. I am sharing my photos with you to show you how beautiful Life is, if only you can See.

Please join me in April 2017, when I will be attending Divine Travels' Intuition Cruise to Mexico. I will teach you how to See if you join me onboard for an Eyespiration photo walk. It not so much a workshop, it's Meditation with Eyes Open, and free of charge. You can attend with any kind of camera, or even without one and take mind pictures.


Being in the moment. Onboard a cruise ship, early morning, you can really be whole, complete, one with nature. We'll use Miksang techniques, when you learn how to look at Life with Pure, Fresh Eyes. Be, See, Zen.

Onboard you can walk for miles. I like walking, walking clears my head. I can really stop thinking when I walk. If I concentrate on what's around me, I See Miksang Moments. Miksang Moments are photos with a very, very good moment captured, with a great composition in lines, light and subject. Most of the photos in this blog qualify Miksang Contemplative Photography.