When I say we enter the Void and an Otherworld on a MetaMystique pilgrimage it's not just words, it really does happen.
We are here but also not-here, for days on end, as the additional code activation of each power place sends us even further away from this dimension.
It's how we enter the world...
The Scotland pilgrimage was almost over.
It was the last day, just a few hours before saying goodbye.
We had stopped on our way back to Edinburgh for a late lunch, and as we were enjoying a delicious meal in one of those incredibly medieval British pubs with roaring...
The most amazing part is that it’s happening while you’re travelling to Power Places and Sacred Sites,
… savouring delicious meal
… falling into the stunning beauty of the places we visit
… slowing slowing slowing down
Day 4 of the Scotland pilgrimage we were driving across the highlands on our way to the Isle of Skye and I found myself wondering about my life in Italy, aka home.
It’s so far distant, I could only remember it with a massive effort.
I felt as if these 4 days of our...
The third day of the Scotland pilgrimage ended in an experience which broke the chains that tethered us to our life.
We’d been visiting the town of Crieff, which research had shown me had a good chance of some juicy Power Places. It turned out the town itself was nothing. ...
A WILD CHAOS CODE MAELSTROM
I knew when I read the book that made the Rosslyn Chapel famous, Dan Brown’s Da Vinci code, that one day I would visit it. I did not for one second believe its inclusion in the book was a coincidence, although I was just as certain that it wasn’t...
We drove to the far remote northeast corner of Iceland to visit the Arctic Henge.
It’s an impressive monument to Iceland’s mythology and less than 30 years old.
(And it just goes to show you that power place and sacred sites are not only of ancient origin.)...
There’s a beach in Iceland, made entirely of round black rocks.
When the waves flow through these rocks on their way in or out, you hear the most mesmerizing sound.
This beach is one of my favorite mystical places in Iceland.
Perhaps even the world.