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Seven Approaches to the Mysteries

Glenn Broughton

There are many different ways to approach the mysteries of sacred sites, this article looks at seven of them.
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The Modern Pilgrim

Cameron Broughton

There are as many reasons to commit to a pilgrimage as there are pilgrims but I believe that there is an underlying theme that is the impetus for many. Being a pilgrim requires a choice and commitment and that the power of our intention will impact the quality of the journey…
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A Waking Dream in the Land of the Goddess

Susan Audrey

The dreamer in me started to catch synchronicities that were emerging all around, as my journey became a “waking dream.” (A year before, I had created a myth, comprised of images, characters, and events that came to me in my nighttime dreams and through self-guided meditations.) And there, in a country I’d never been to, these dreamscape images were appearing before my eyes.
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Why Visit Sacred Sites?

Glenn Broughton

What happens to make a journey to sacred sites so special?
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The Spirit of Journeys With Soul

Cameron Broughton

I sometimes wake in the middle of the night wondering, ‘What is it about our tours that makes them different and why?’ As it’s the middle of the night answers pop into my head from seemingly nowhere...
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Journeys of the Soul

Glenn Broughton

Why do so many people visit ancient sacred sites each year? Why are so many people drawn to England's Stonehenge, which is known throughout the world? Why are the Pyramids the first port of call for international visitors to Egypt. What is going on?
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Magna Carta; Inspiration Down the Ages

Glenn Broughton

800 years on from when it was signed, is Magna Carta relevant to the world today?
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Imbolc

by Glenn & Cameron Broughton

Imbolc in gaellic means 'in the belly' and some have said this is because we are approaching lambing time, whilst others take a more spiritual perspective and say it means 'in the belly of the goddess' or the Earth Mother and refers to the growing new year that was conceived last November at Samhain or the growing light that started to make a return from midwinter day.
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Supernatural

Graham Hancock

Why, alone amongst animal species, have we developed culture and religion, beliefs in life after death, beliefs in non-physical beings such as spirits, demons and angels, elaborate mythologies, the ability to create and to appreciate art, the ability to use and manipulate symbols, consciousness of ourselves and of our place in the scheme of things?
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Glastonbury

Glenn Broughton

What makes Glastonbury worth visiting?
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