The “Sacred” is often seen as something separate from “everyday” life. It is defined as “dedicated or set apart; highly valued and important .
What if we could approach the sacred from a new angle?
What if instead of being seen as something reserved for certain expressions, places, times, and events, the sacred could be understood as connection to all, that is, a mindset led by intention and brought forth through an active, mindful, and engaging energy?
The sacred is found in all things…because it is all things. The adventure is in our ability to open our awareness to this reality and the sacredness that can be found in both the expected and the unexpected.
Remember, Rev. Wanda told us that each of us is Sacred!