In Asia I immersed myself into new depths and unknown concepts of Yoga and Mindfulness on Mountain tops in Nepal, with Monks studying Tibetan Tantric Buddhism, living with people who challenged by conditioning and beliefs to the core of my existence. These people live the word Yoga, and their knowing of obscure concepts to us are second nature to them. Their hearts are light, and their very existence feels transcending. We explored questions that we all contemplate: Who am I? Am I free? What is my purpose? In Bangkok I practiced Vipassana, walking and sitting meditation in a Monastery in the middle of the chaos, and I experienced a deep opening in my heart. I decided in that moment to just live my life, to move with the flow, and to believe in my Karma. I decided then and there to just listen to my heart when it speaks. I decided to let go of my agenda, my expectations, my constant conditioning to control every experience I have in my life. I changed. I found myself in conscious communities where we took care of our health, through meditation, vegetarian diets and cooking together, to Yoga practices that support the whole being and not just the body. I've met people who changed my life forever through simple connection. We lived surrounded by beaches, jungles, and an abundance of raw nature that fed every inch of the soul. Some of the most significant memories are in Hill-stations in Nepal where the Buddha himself meditated because the land is said to be very auspicious. I believe it to be true, because I had some of the deepest meditations and lucid dreams that changed my way of thinking forever. I've changed and I can't go back to my comforts. It's true. Old habits don't feel right anymore. Fears don't rule my mind like they once did. My Yoga mat has become a close companion where I Practice and accept all my imperfections one breath at a time. Asia opened up my soul to see, and it's given me tools to take care of my spirit.