Sacred Space Can be Found Anywhere, Even Online

Yes, it’s true, sacred space can even be found online.

We all have our own ideas about what is sacred. It can be a place, an object, a person (or people), numbers, words, etc, etc. Anything that resonates as something special, something revered, can be sacred.

When you find others with those sacred things in common, it can help you to feel that you’re not alone, or weird, or crazy. Making space with those people can give you a feeling of presence, relief, or joy.

Now, if you’re anything like me, you may not like to get out much. Or spend time in public with a bunch of people you know, let alone people you don’t know. So to find someplace a little less “crowded”, that can be god(dess) send.

You may already know that there are multiple places online to find people who have things in common with you. Places where you can feel free to be yourself without any fear of judgment. They can be on individual websites, group blogs, and social media – Facebook alone has hundreds of groups devoted to specific interests.

Well what if you could find a group like that? One that not only lets you interact with people who have common interests but one that also provides you with weekly and monthly guidance to use in your everyday life; a circle of people that you can feel safe with and be yourself with.

Sacred circles have existed for centuries – groups of people who come together with a common interest. These sacred circles can be friends or family, small or large, close or casual. Some are about learning something, and others are just about spending time together.

I’m working on building a community like this, a sacred circle, where you can connect with others who have a common interest and get regular guidance that can help you in your daily life.

To find out more, just visit the Membership page to see all the details.

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