3rd August 2005 - Vertical Journey

It took me very little time to read "Vertical Journey" by Brian Germain. This captivating and colorful book is truly a must read for everyone who is interested in the FreeFly discipline or just skydiving in general. In particular, I like the meditative mindset which seems to have conceived the book. In Brian’s words FreeFly is truly a liberating experience of both body and mind, it is a place to have fun while at the same time seek perfection between the element, the body and the mind.

"True flight is not a conscious premeditated event; the product of calculations and wind-tunnels. - It is an inspirational improvisation that sets the spirit free, unbridled by intellect. Let the bird in you take over. You are the eagle."

Brian Germain

While giving skydiving the meditative dimension, Brian also gives concrete guidance into most common maneuvers as well as some extremely relevant tips for safety and survival. This is simply a book that inspires on the personal level and makes you want to go skydive!

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