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Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
I think Xander and Agnes’ #roadtoforevermore will include burying their past hurts at the Lost Cemetery.
Would you like to bury “parts of you” at The Lost Cemetery?
I tend to obsess about things that might
go wrong.I put off my morning runs
when it is raining because I have this vision of me slipping and banging my head
on the pavement, bleeding, with people just walking by and not noticing me. I worry about this little mole on my cheek
and my tummy and if I would finish my office report on time. I obsess about my freckles, which I had since
I was a kid, and are now called age spots!
me?), I sometimes have a lot of what-if thoughts.Oh, yes, I do have a creative mind which
creates scenarios growing scarier and more dramatic by the minute. Although these, of course, don’t and will
never happen, this kind of negativity can actually consume you. It does, with me! Thinking of things that might never happen will
just increase my stress level and make me “un-pretty” (ha!)
Bury Your Negativity
But yes, you can bury your negativity
symbolically. In Baguio City, where I live, near the John
Hay Historical Core, you can go to “The Lost Cemetery” / “The Cemetery of
Negativism” and bury your negativity…
Designed by then John Hay Air Base Commander Major John Hightower, the Cemetery of Negativism is a symbolic burial place for all your negativity.
Negative thoughts can be unproductive and will extremely limit your potentials.
In this hill, you gather all those thoughts that are limiting you and bury them. It has been wonderful strolling along the hill as it brought back memories to the time when I was a little girl and actually thought this was a pet cemetery…
LIST (As of 2016) of hotels/inns/bed & baths to stay when in Baguio.