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Where Heaven and Earth Unite: Powerful…

Where Heaven and Earth Unite: Powerful Places, Sacred Sites, and You

by Ferran Blasco

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These wide-ranging conversations are a must-read for anyone interested in sacred sites and spiritual development. Elyn and Ferran's lively discussions explore in depth how sacred sites function, how we interact with them, how to (and why not to) activate them-and much more. They provide practices on how to "tune in" to a place and what that really means.  Stories, meditations, insights, and philosophical reflections lead the reader onto the path of self-realization. There are links to videos of practices to enhance one's sensitivity to subtle energies as well as podcasts and nearly real-time transcripts of visits to four sacred sites. A mixture of perennial wisdom, little-known information about the Master Builders, and specific practices, this richly illustrated book is a journey of inquiry into the human heart.

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