Nourishing our senses is a huge part of maintaining health and wellness.

The environment that surrounds us, the activities we engage in and the company we keep, all have an effect on our wellbeing. Many of us have a space, place or activity in our lives that makes us feel deeply connected to our soul. If you don’t, then it’s time to find or create one. Whether it’s being in nature, meditation or prayer, moving our bodies, being creative, or snuggling up with your loved ones, it’s important to indulge in this healing regularly. Feeding our senses positive and uplifting sights, sounds, smells, tastes and ┬ávibrations help keep us connected to our true and divine natures.

Here is one of my Sacred Spaces


Of all the eight benches at Land of Medicine Buddha, this is my favorite. It is tucked up on a small knoll between a fat redwood and an oak tree (at least I think it’s an oak). When ever I am hiking up at LMB, I make it a point to sit here and soak it all in. It is also a great place for a picnic with my children.

I actually have A BUNCH of sacred spaces in my world, as I am on a mission to create my life as one BIG sacred space…LOL!

Happy Saturday~