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Sacred garden

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The Sacred Herb Spiral, complete with standing stone and sacred pool

A number of people have asked me for ceremonies and activities that help facilitate sacred work on the land in various ways. Why would we want such ceremonies? Quite simply, we can get the most eff…

Garden Altars

A candle illuminates a Khmer Buddha in a niche in my garden Ganesha peers from a moss encrusted niche in my garden Winter in the Pacific Northwest tends to be wet. It rains a lot, so I leave my lovely home for sunnier climes in the winter. While I am gone the moss grows, and when I come home, parts of my garden are covered in luxuriant green fur. Mosses absorb moisture and nutrients through their tiny leaves rather than through roots, and are able to colonize bare stone, which in turn…


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Sacred Geometry and my front yard — Steemit

After almost 1 year of studying sacred geometry and making designs in my notebook, I suddenly, one early summers day… by ric

Mandala Meditation Practice with Plants: Creating Sanctuary. Practice mindfulness by engaging in a mandala meditation using a variety of found garden treasures. Discover the effects of color on emotions and how texture stimulates the senses in this quick 15-minute ritual that can be done right in your own garden. #gardentherapy #mandala #meditation

Practice mindfulness by engaging in a mandala meditation using found plants chosen for the meaningful colors and textures that engage the senses.

07/2017 -Fancy's Bower-, Montreal Botanical Garden, Montreal, QB, Canada — Patrick Dougherty

Center tower: 24’ X 24’ and 22’ tall Four gateways: 10’ X 5’ and 16’ tall Four pyramidal shapes: 5’ X 5’ and 16’ tall Material: Willow Inspiration for this work came from ancient observatories. The center tower has a large oculus in the ceiling to enhance the feeling of looking skyward. The outlying pyramids reference Stonehenge and other such monuments to ancient astronomy. At the same time, the sculpture offers the visitor an invitation to a quiet retreat, a secret bower, a…

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