Category: sacred space

“I miss you… always”

“I miss you”, she thought to herself quietly flying towards it in her mind. “I am here”, the land replied, always here. “I think I know that now”, she breathed in easy yet with a touch of sadness. “Any time, anywhere in your awareness…

Winter in the Highlands

It is Munro climbing season in Scotland and these folk, who shared these stunning images, are out and about loving winter just as much as I do. The Land of Spirit at its finest!  

A trip that freed me

Here are some pictures from my trip to Perthshire, Scottish Highlands this past October just before Samhain. This was a long anticipated trip, not because it haven’t been before, I have, but because I made it there on my own after talking and planning…

Summer overwhelm

As summer begins to spread her warm embrace throughout the land for me achieving a balanced state of mind becomes challenging. I begin to feel enclosed with everything blooming into thick foliage and undergrowth. As winter is a time of spaciousness and openness for…

Space vs enclosure

The debate started within me after my last visit to Scotland when one week I spent in the North with vast open spaces, wilderness mountains and the sea and the other week was spent in a tiny cottage in the woods. You can read about…

My sacred woodland

Across the road from my house there lies a woodland. It is a short pleasant walk into what is a sacred place to me. At first sight it might seem like nothing particularly special, big or of any significance, yet to me it means everything….

Lessons in the ‘neutral’

Having difficulty in communicating? Coming up against conflicts? Take up a neutral position. You might know it all, but you might know nothing at all. It is polar opposites that cause problems and when you notice you have taken either one or the other…