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Can ritual remain sacred?

What is ritual? What is its purpose? Does it create space for the sacred or does it separate us from actually experiencing sacredness? These are the questions floating around in my head after my recent experience at a sweat lodge. 725 more words

Spiritual Journey

the great mystery

We are a curious species. We want to know things, understand how things work, trace origins, explore the unknown places in the world and beyond. More than this, we long to explain things, to have the answers, to have ALL the answers. 617 more words

Spiritual Journey

Adam Kokesh (not pictured) Is Coming To Town

On no. I just self-edited. I hate when I do that. I didn’t type what I was going to type to start this blog entry. It was to preserve someone’s feelings, which I guess is as good a reason as any. 577 more words

Mitakuye Oyasin and how I survived my first Sweat Lodge

A few years back I went to the Ozark mountains to stay on a commune and to find my soul at a sweat lodge. I wanted to learn to sweat and offer up prayers for the world. 1,444 more words

Identity

The Singing Stone 2015

JANUARY

NEW YEARS SWEAT LODGE DECEMBER 31. 7:00 PM

SATURDAY 3: SONG CEREMONY, 3:00- 5:00PM, FOLLOWED BY A POTLUCK.

SATURDAY 10: SONG CEREMONY, 3:00- 5:00PM, FOLLOWED BY A POTLUCK. 594 more words

The Singing Stone

Heat and Healing

This is a reblog from http://seeingthroughtheguru.com/ reproduced with permission and my thanks. I’ve never done and never expect I would be equal to doing a sweat lodge, so I find the insight fascinating. 1,016 more words

Guest Blogger

All My Relations

I’m settled into my comfy bed at King and James’ house out in Glen Rock. This is as far as I’m going to make it tonight. 451 more words