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Take Off Your Shoes

 

light streaming through tree

 

“Taking off your shoes is a sacred ritual.  It is a hallowed moment of remembering the goodness of space and time. It is a way of celebrating the holy ground on which you stand.  If you want to be a child of wonder, cherish the truth that time and space are holy.  Whether you take your shoes off symbolically or literally matters little.  What is important is that you are alive to the holy ground on which you stand and to the holy ground that you are.”

—Macrina Wiederkehr, “Seasons of Your Heart”




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Autumn Equinox Ritual

 

labyrinth

Yesterday, there was an autumn equinox ritual celebrated at the MA Center in San Ramon, California. Lakshmi Collins led us in body prayers invoking the Spirit and qualities of the four directions. We sang, meditated, walked the labyrinth, chanted for peace as we imagined soft white flower petals falling gently upon parts of the earth that need it most. We made the intention of letting go of what does not serve us anymore.
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