“Sacred places are open…

Posted on May 2, 2012 by


“Sacred places are open spaces to which we interact with the Other. From an ecospiritual standpoint, the Other has something to teach us and with humility this openness can be kept in play, yet over time may lead to traditions about the place. Access points such as mountains and high places facilitate the generation of insights via visions and unusual encounters; sacred wells, caves, river canyons may produce a more “depth-directed” inward encounter which has more to do with the rootedness of self and one’s society.”
~ Adrian J. Ivakjhiv, Claiming Sacred Ground

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