An abundance of evidence is reaching us from the scientific field of quantum physics that consistently demonstrates there is indeed a world beyond the physical, where an underlying consciousness resides.
 

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An interview by 203 Travel Challenges with the authors of Paths to Pachamama! Find out how the book came to be and what its message is all about!

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"How wrong I was! After explaining to them the task at hand and asking them to toss their papers around the classroom, things suddenly turned to complete mayhem as a full-blown war broke out" - Paths to Pachamama

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What's 'Paths to Pachamama' about? 

As our individual paths take us to all corners of the world, we will describe how different experiences throughout our individual journeys have raised the same existential questions and have lead to the same exciting conclusions. 

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"And it works rather well, I must say. Thai people are known for their cheerful demeanor, which is why Thailand is often called "The Land of a Thousand Smiles." - Paths to Pachamama

Have you read the book? We'd love a review on Amazon if you have feedback to share. 

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"My first teaching experience in Thailand was a massive reality check and I learned very quickly to adjust my expectations." - Paths to Pachamama

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"The cultural capital of Thailand, Chiang Mai is built in and around a thirteenth-century square moat, an area boasting a multitude of ancient temples, winding little streets and bustling street markets. As soon as I arrived I was convinced Chiang Mai would be the perfect place to set up camp." - Paths to Pachamama

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"I remember staring out of the window during our first taxi ride from the Bangkok airport to the city centre, full of surprise and wonder at the new world unraveling before our eyes."

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"And so, at 06:50:41 in the morning on that fatal February day in 2006, a seed had been planted in my head. I had found proof that there was something out there, hidden from the eye, that is conscious and communicative, a force that was aware of the events that had taken place that night and had left a small but powerful message. However, at that time my mind was not yet fertile enough for the seed to take root and it would linger there for many more years before it would develop into something bigger."

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"There was a massive turnout at the procession. Clearly Max was as loved by everyone at home as he was in Cádiz." - Paths to Pachamama

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"And so, at 06:50:41 in the morning on that fatal February day in 2006, a seed had been planted in my head. I had found proof that there was something out there, hidden from the eye, that is conscious...

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"'Hola, tengo una reservación para un cuarto hoy.' I crushed the pronunciation and prepared my next line when the buzzer on the door came to life and allowed me in." - Paths to Pachamama

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Conclusions Based On Our History

For the greater part of human history, the balance between the spiritual and physical side of life’s equation has leaned dramatically in favour of the latter. Faced with a predominantly hostile natural environment, humankind has created an economic framework designed to satisfy our immediate physical concerns and facilitate our survival.

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