Trip to Mount Banahaw

Trip to Mount Banahaw

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My classmates and I under Sir Aragon’s History Class went on a trip to witness Mount Banahaw and experience passing through the Husgado Cave. πŸ™‚ It is believed that how much you entrust your life to the Lord would reflect on how you’d be able to surpass the challenges set before you in Husgado Cave.

True to its meaning, your faith in God strengthens your ability to pass through the cave openings. In every obstacle, there’s this doubt whether or not I could pass through, but then I recall and reflect on how I trust God… that He will help me and never leave me there. In the end, I was able to pass through and fortunate enough, I did not get any skin cuts.

They also have this belief that when you successfully go through Husgado without any skin cuts, your sins for the past 7 years would be forgiven and/or you would now be cleansed off yours sins.

It was the most humbling experience during that day. I never thought I’d actually pass through the small openings of Husgado Cave. The obstacles were pretty difficult just by the looks of how coarse the walls and how small the passages were.


Here’s a picture of me and my coursemates after a long day in Mt. Banahaw. We were able to dip into the brooks afterwards.β™₯ Soo refreshing! ^^

I got the chance to drink the mineral water straight from Mt. Banahaw too – So fresh & clean! β™₯

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12 thoughts on “Trip to Mount Banahaw

  1. Wow this is such an experience to keep. I remember yung cave na inakyat namin in palawan. I hope I can visit Mt. Banahaw too with my friends para mas masaya. Nakakatuwa yung fresh water talaga, pag dito sa city kasi walang ganyan πŸ™‚

  2. Congrats on being able to pass through the obstacle. I had a similar experience in China. It is a cave with a very small entrance and exit. Enough only for a person, standing sideways, to fit in! And you have to climb slippery rocks to get out. πŸ™‚

  3. I haven't been there yet. But then again, hindi ako mahilig hihi. and wow nakainom mo mineral water straight from mt. banahaw, parang gusto ko din itry! πŸ™‚ Glad you had fun there! πŸ™‚

  4. I've never gone to that cave when I was young because my parents have told me it was really difficult to get through it. 😐 But I've went to one underground cave called Santo Jacob which you'd have to slip your body in between rocks to pass through and the locals have some sort of ritual of dipping you in the water of undefined depth inside that cave. Sta. Lucia falls would always be a refreshing part to go to! πŸ˜€

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