One of the things I do these days is try to connect with the land but what does that mean? Well…. it’s really about getting out into nature and following a whim. I usually try to chose places where there is a link to the Slavs or Celts or, failing that, Templars. Also, monoliths, stone circles, natural places of energy like Macocha, or say, Holy Hill in Mikulov. I tend to approach these visits with a sense of curiosity and of wanting to find the magical or spiritual energies of the place so I may take my dowsing rods and I may meditate or even engage in a small ritual. In the end, we are often guided by synchronicities.
The idea of connecting with the lands isn’t mine. I borrowed it from a close friend and her partner after they took me around a bunch of places in the UK. She told me to connect with the land here in Czechia and see what happens. I did and a lot happened that I have blogged and written about. But, let Sue tell you what connecting with the land means in her own words….
Writing about the experience wasn’t my idea originally either but Sue and Stuarts, and I can recommend their trilogy of books to get started (Triad of Albion) to get a feel for what it is all about!
And if this interests you, then please do get in touch and joins us in connecting with the land (firstname.lastname@example.org).