The Travel Psychologist
Is in a Magazine Today
Inner Horizons: For a more fulfilling luxury travel experience look inwards as well as outwards
Michael Brein, aka ‘The Travel Psychologist,’ was commissioned to write the article “Inner Horizons: For a more fulfilling luxury travel experience look inwards as well as outwards (Pages 102-104),” for the official magazine of the world-famous, luxury hotel chain, Raffles.
To peruse the magazine and read the article, go to the link below. Then, in the space indicating the pages, enter 102 and click on the “go to” tab. (Note: you need to have Adobe Flash to view. Will work on PCs, desktop Macs but not iPhones or iPads.)
“The Exhilaration of Travel:
Why I Love to Travel”
by Michael Brein, Ph.D.,
aka The Travel Psychologist
Why I love to travel: Travel is exhilarating for me. It is like the first spring breath of fresh air upon walking out the door to the first true early morning of spring—especially after a cold, snowy winter. It is like snacking on a solid bar of dark chocolate. It’s like the exhilaration of reaching the crest of a hill or the top of a mountain, or the view around the turn of the next corner—the natural-high rush of a magnificent view.
Talk about the so-called endorphins you get from a variety of life’s experience—only travel can give you a kaleidoscopic cornucopia of exciting novel sensory experiences, all in your own neat little travel microcosm—all in your own little private new corner of your travel world or your travel life.
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Someone called me a ‘provocateur’ this morning. At that moment, I didn’t know whether to splash him in the (morning) hot tub (after my daily lap swim), to punch him in the nose, or to thank him. After an instant, thinking about it, I exclaimed, “You know what? You’re quite right!”
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