Novak Djokovic visited the Bosnian pyramids and talked about the experience



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Novak Djokovic visited the Bosnian pyramids and talked about the experience

Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic spent a couple of days in Bosnia and Herzegovina where he visited the pyramids in Visoko.
Bosnian archaeologist Semir Osmanagic welcomed Djokovic and was his tourist guide. On Semir Osmanagic's YouTube channel, Djokovic answered a few questions.

Djokovic thinks he is a 'divine soul.'

"I don't like to talk too much about myself, but I consider myself a divine soul, just like any human being. After that, he is considered a man as individually and collectively connected with everyone.

I consider myself a man who lives consciously at all times and I am grateful for everything that he is. To realize his thought on this planet and in this life. I have a tendency to enjoy life. I am very happy to be healthy, to have a family, to be successful in my sport - tennis.

I feel complete." , said Novak, as quoted by sportblic

Novak Djokovic is a unique person and that is why he is a role model for many young people in the world. Tennis is not the only thing he is good at: Djokovic regularly supports young people and teaches them how to achieve what they want.

Djokovic urges people to work on themselves, not try to be somebody else
.

- You can't become that, Novak Djokovic is one, Semir Osmanagic is one, everyone is an original version of themselves and one should not try to become someone else and copy someone else. He can extract some elements from a successful person to become the best version of himself.

The message is that everyone should strive to be their best version, to get to know themselves. Who is he, the world in which he lives, natural laws and to complete the picture in order to experience the best version. There are characteristics and virtues in their harmony - says Djokovic.

Djokovic about spirituality


Djokovic says spirituality is a big part of his life.
- I think that spirituality is implanted in us, it is natural. When you are born, you are already spiritual and probably more connected with God.

We can call him by different names, but let's say that he is God. When we are born, we have different layers and molds that are imposed on us and we have to take them with us into life. And that is part of our evolution and development.

I am proud of where I come from and I am aware of some of my responsibilities, but the most important thing for me is to be free. When a person is free, then he is turned towards love and peace, then he can be spiritual. Everyone has a different perception, and for me spirituality is the ultimate freedom, just as love and peace are.

Djokovic focused on the present.
- I do not know. I have my visions, but I don’t want to talk too much about it because I want to live in the present moment, and less in the past and future. I project certain things through prayers, affirmations, visualizations, various things and techniques that can be used to pave the way for the state of mind, body and success ...

I would be extremely happy and grateful to feel how I feel now in five years. I'm fine.

Djokovic enjoyed visiting the Bosnian pyramids.
- I have so many impressions that it is difficult to summarize in a short answer.

If there is a paradise on earth it is here. There are several places in my life that I have visited where I feel completely fulfilled in every way. This is a unique experience for me. I am in what they call the alternative world today, although we know that it is the original world, for over a decade I have been to various places that were considered energy hubs and have concentric circles, Djokovic concluded.