The best healing places in the world

Dead Sea, Jordan

Dead Sea ©Tracy Hunter/Flickr

If on you do not only seek adventure and attractions on your vacation, but also spiritual and physical development and ‘charging’, you will surely be interested in the below destinations that we think are the most magical healing places in the world. The wise say the traveling itself has got healing powers because apart from shaking you out of your everyday life,  it refreshes your mind and soul and opens new horizons.

If you would like to walk on the path of the oldest cultures and be filled up with ancient energies, get to know these mystical places visited by millions for the same purpose.

Amritapuri, India

Amma, the Hugging Mother, Guru of Love

The Hugging Mother ©niyam bhushan/Flickr

There is a place in Kerala State of India that attracted more than 24 million visitors  – and they all came for a hug. This place is the ashram of Amritapuri – an ashram is a community where you are welcome and where you can do something for you own spiritual development. This is the place where Amma, the Hugging Mother lives, whose hug is said to have healing (spiritual or physical) powers. Apart from giving home to the Guru of Love, Amritapuri is also called the birthplace of ayurveda, this ancient science of massage and homeopathy.

Sedona, Arizona, USA

Sedona, Arizona, USA

Sedona ©Alaskan Dude/Flickr

Sedona, this Mars like landscape with its red and copper sandstone rocks in Arizona, is counted among the strongest energy fields on earth. Even the Native inhabitants, the Sinagua Indians, believed in the healing power of the energy running under the desert. It gets quite a lot of visitors every year, but Sedona is not only a great destination for spiritual healing, but for climbing, hiking, meditation or spa as well.

Dead Sea, Jordan

Dead Sea, Jordan

Dead Sea ©Tracy Hunter/Flickr

Both the name and the healing power of this large lake at the border of Jordan and Israel was inspired by it’s 300 g/kg salt contents. Nothing remains alive in the sea or next to it – apart from the huge amount of tourists who come to see this salty wander every year. The water and its sludge are extremely rich in minerals, so it is good for a large number of diseases and also for cosmetic purposes.

Have you ever been to any of the above ‘healing place’? What did you experience? If not, which one of the three places would you like to visit? I am not sure I could choose one of them, each have their own very magical appeals that cannot really be compared. If you could pick a favorite, let us know in the comment section which one it is.

 

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