The forest near my home – a sacred space where I can hug my tree, hear its messages to me, and visit a tethered soul.
The altar in my home – a sacred space where I tune into my day and my surroundings, and become present to my life.
The dance floor, wherever that may be – a sacred space where I connect to music, my body, other bodies, my movements, and the movements of others.
The bedroom – a sacred space where I connect to my pleasure and my desires, and learn to surrender. A place where I meet my fears head on, and feel my way through them, healing them and transforming them.
My body – a sacred space that deserves to be treated with kindness and compassion, that is sensual and sexual, that is a temple and vessel for all that is me.