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Posted on January 30, 2018

Thank you for joining me as I unveil and bless this sacred space known as my web site! As we behold some of the greatest temples in the world, can we also learn to create temples in our own hearts and bodies? In the knowing that, yes – we can – open up an internal chamber of presence and union, I dedicate this site itself as a portal to the mystical dimension where we may remember the sacred temple within.

Behold some of the greatest temples in the world…

Burgos Cathedral, Spain

Temple of Hephaestus, Greece

Catedral Metropolitana de Brasilia

Virupaksha Temple, India

Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis, Paris

Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis, Paris

Notre Dame Basilica, Montreal

Notre Dame Basilica, Montreal

Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem

St. Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow

Chichen Itza, Mexico

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Abu Simbel Temples, Egypt

What do these sacred sites have in common?

They are truly majestic palaces of devotion. Edifices of divine presence and union. Houses of prayer. Community gathering places. And over millennia, humans have built these temples as a testament to our innate knowing that structural space can serve as a portal. That there are sacred geometries underlying the fundamental fabric of existence – and that we have the power to decode and utilize aspects of physical space as a tool to shift our own consciousness. Temples are not merely symbolic or representational; they are experiential. While they are indeed massive works of art, that’s not all they are. They are not meant only behold, but also to be held by, in a two-way communion. Temples are designed to transport mundane consciousness to higher consciousness – to literally shift how we perceive reality.

But, friends, we can create temples in our own hearts and bodies.

Sitting quietly to open up an internal chamber of presence and union with the divine (as we experience it/him/her) … a temple can exist anywhere or within anyone. Our bodies our own gateways to a higher plane of consciousness. Our hearts are our own portals to the mystical dimension.

So, with this knowing, I dedicate this site as a sacred temple space for all to enter. As a space that helps us remember who we really are. To awaken to and see beyond the patterns and stories that hold us back. To deepen into spiritual communion through the gateway of our consciousness.

Many blessings!