Make Magic of Your Life: wherever you are

Niki Whiting takes the concepts from T. Thorn Coyle’s recent book, Make Magic of Your Life, and applies them to the idea of Place. [Read more…]

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In love with the Gods of the city

Joshua Graham hates trees! –No, not really. But he loves the city. This month’s guest post explores a personal perspective on urban Paganism. [Read more…]

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The Sit Spot

No matter how well you think you know a place, you can’t really know it until you’ve spent a long time sitting quietly in one little spot. [Read more…]

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A Place Within A Place: reconsidering what is sacred

In thinking of Places within Places, and finding deep connection in an urban environment, it is especially important to consider what constitutes aliveness and how we define ‘sacred’ or ‘spirit’. [Read more…]

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Walking meditation

One of my key practices is the walking meditation. Usually, I just step outside and start walking, and if a street or path catches my eye — perhaps a corner I’ve never turned onto before, or one I haven’t walked on lately — I see where it takes me. [Read more…]

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Place-Based Practice: or dancing with the one who brung ya

Fast-forward a few years to my first initiation, which began with a visioning along Barton Creek: the fresh, spring-fed water flowing into Austin. During that tearful and glorious rite, I met the Quick Silver Girl. She darted into my consciousness, like a flash, as the cold waters of the creek flowed over my naked body. [Read more…]

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Traci’s Top 10: Tips For Cultivating Place In The City

My return to the U.S. last week felt disconcerting, but it’s rarely a smooth transition. The transatlantic flight leaves the body tired and the souls displaced. I searched for a space to rest and bring all my parts into the present place. [Read more…]

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