What's in a Name



Create an altar or visit a power place to connect with the Divine.
Your sacred space is within you now.

By creating an altar or visiting a sacred site, you connect with 
the symbols and energy that have been infused with meaning and prayer over the centuries.

Don’t take these symbols lightly, for they’re powerful indeed. When you connect with 
sacred symbols, you help your inner sanctity find a home in the outer world. 
You also tap into the ancient wisdom and spiritual grace of the old ways.
Explore spirituality through sacred symbols and sites, and allow your soul to joyfully
 meander among the various ways available to you to unite with the Divine. 
It’s not a matter of how you connect, but that you do so frequently.

Various meanings:
1.)Build an altar in your home
2.)Take a spiritually orientated trip
3.)You need a quiet place of refuge or a retreat for yourself
4.)Create a medicine circle or a labyrinth
5.)Walk the labyrinth
6.)Clear the energy in your home with sage, prayer, toning, invoking 
Archangel Michael, or other space-clearing methods

- By Anne Onimuss


She is sacred space, whether that is found within the majestic trees of a grove
 or if it is held simply within one’s heart.

She is holy breath, the sanctuaries we create, not out of stone and mortar, 
but out of love and reverence. She is a sacred link between ourselves and the living planet. 
But in my mind, not in an all-consuming way, such as a deity like Gaia, but in a very personal,
intimate way, our link to the land our feet walk on, to the trees our ears hear singing in the 
wind and the leaves that season with us. She is the animation of the living space around us, 
a reminder to create that which is sacred within and carry it through all our trials and journeys.
 She is the circle unto herself and we are within Her circle, found within our relationship 
with our most intimate and immediate environments. She is the wholeness within each
 single leaf on the plant that sits beside you, or the moving cells of your body, 
and the embodiment of all personal spiritual cycles.

Simply put, she is sacred space

Written by Sora Nalani

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