Enya, Beach, and Healing One’s Self

(Words and Photo Credit: by Yours truly Liza Benetua)

I have loved Enya’s songs when she released her album Watermark. The song Orinoco Flow caught my attention and I have loved it ever since a friend named John who works as a seaman that travels around the world, and takes care of ships.

Last May, I went to a beach in Laiya, Batangas with friends from my Catechism. We went to a place that was not expensive but yeah, we had a lot of fun. Personally, I got caught in its rhythm. The waves were so soothing that if given the chance, I don’t want to leave.

I just want you to relax as you look at the photos here in this blog post. For my other photos, you may check out my Instagram Page @philippinesetcetera. As you view each photo, I want you to forget all the worries that you have right now. Take a deep breath in and exhale all the stress that you’re thinking of right now. View each photo slowly, scrutinizing every detail.

As you view the photos( though the real deal is so much better), I want you to relax  and visualize happy positive thoughts. Think of the people who love you and matter to you. You are loved. I want you to let go of the bad things that happened to you. Instead I want you to remember all the good that’s in you. You are worth it. You are enough. YOU ARE LOVED.








Author: Liza Benetua

Enamored with Filipino, Korean, and Japanese culture. Likes food, psychology, beauty and fashion, music, movies, anything from the '50s, old Filipino movies, Audrey Hepburn, friendly banter, witty jokes, cute pets

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