The purpose of any ceremony is to build stronger relationship or bridge the distance between our cosmos and us.
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Every Act a Ceremony

Every Act a Ceremony

Apr 25, 2020-- "In a ceremony, one attends fully to the task at hand, performing each action just as it should be. A ceremony is therefore a practice for all of life, a practice in doing everything just as it should be done. An earnest ceremonial practice is like a magnet that aligns more and more of life to its field; it is a prayer that asks, "May everything I do be a ceremony. May I do everything with full attention, full care, and full respect for what it serves." In this essay Charles Eisenstein explores what modern people can draw from the ceremonial approach to life, as practiced by traditional, indigenous, and place-based peoples, as well as esoteric lineages within the dominant culture. (5374 reads)


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Take ActionWhat is your own relationship to ceremony and ritual? In this time when many of us are sheltering in place, take a moment to reflect on the sacred potential in the simplest objects and actions of everyday life. For more inspiration, check out Carrie Newcomer's beautiful song: "Holy as the Day is Spent." [more]



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