Other than Federation Square, one other place that HQ, FY and I visited while I was in Melbourne on 19 Sep 2008 was the St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne. The St Paul's Anglican Cathedral is a major landmark in Melbourne. It is a Victorian Gothic Revival style cathedral built in 1880 - 1891. I heard from HQ that all roads in Melbourne City leads to St Paul's Cathedral. It is as if all roads in Melbourne City leads one to spirituality, and to God.
I was feeling rather disoriented and unwell prior to walking into the cathedral. Perhaps having to wake up early that day and to orientate myself to Melbourne after a flight from Sydney had taken away from me quite a bit of energy. I was like a weary visitor walking into the cathedral. Yet, strangely, the moment that I walked into the St Paul's Cathedral, I could sense its positive and harmonising vibes. Somehow, the positive energy that I sensed the moment that I walked into the St Paul's Cathedral had a recharging and calming effect on me.
The Cathedral itself has an impressive architecture. I don't know how to describe it, but one simply feels good and calm when one is inside the Cathedral. A well-designed building often leaves me with similar positive feelings too.
May you find peace and respite as you walked with me through the few photos that I had taken at the St Paul's Cathedral.