this is sacred spaceAn exploration of divinity within the mundane. An altar. An ode to life as sanctuary.
Think: wellness, wholeness, mindfulness, magic, joy
Some of the mediums we might consider here include:
* meditation * sensuality * cooking * crystals * art * intention-setting * yoga practices * the aesthetically pleasing * creativity * energy work *
I am kc
yogi * sage * light whisperer
My story is a long and winding one. I am a Crohn’s Warrior, a Breast Cancer Survivor, and an Amazon Woman. But also, I am many things.
I am not immune to life, but I am a firm believer that in order to create sacred space, one must first proclaim it sacred.
In response to the development of my severe chronic illness, I started my yoga practice fourteen years ago. This eventually led me to get my RYT-200 yoga certification in 2014. Currently, I am pursuing with 300-hour yoga teacher certification.
My practice centers on Ashtanga, Power, Yin, and Kundalini. Yoga opened the doors to other interests, like meditation, qi gong, visualization, and energy work. Through these mediums, I have come to understand that we are all our own temple [and healing is a process of remembering, restoring what once was].
The concept of creating sacred space came to me a few years ago, upon discovering feminine embodiment. In the ongoing practice of learning to honor the sacred forces within me, I have come to understand that I ought to treat my life as sanctuary.
This means many things, and the path is never linear. Perhaps it is intuitive eating (by infusing with intention, pleasure, fulfillment, nourishment, and enjoyment), Perhaps visualization. Perhaps inviting creativity or celebrating the creations of others. No matter what, there is an inner knowing on the journey within, without, to, and from. Sometimes, it is simply a matter of learning to recognize what feels right.
And so, I have created for us a space to explore the microcosms within the macrocosms (and vice versa). Let’s believe in infinite possibility.
Thank you for taking the time to explore in reverence with me.
“You do not have to be good. you do not have to walk on your knees for a hundred miles through the desert repenting. you only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves.”-Mary Oliver