Home is a funny concept and one I have never really understood until this year. I now feel like physical “home” for me comes from knowing a place like the back of my hand and
Home is my body. I can be in my house, but if my body doesn’t feel right, it’s not my home. Or I can be in another country, and if my body feels good, then
The past year has been teaching me how to find home within myself. I’ve made homes out of cities, people, bricks and mortar; but it has all been transient. Facing homelessness a few months ago
Home for me is my parents property. It’s my safe place, it’s where I go when I want to disconnect with the busy city and reconnect with myself. I love to lay under the big
Home is Brooklyn, New York. I’ve lived here for the past seventeen years and it is the first place that has really felt like home for me. How did you first begin your exploration into Shamanism?
In a physical sense, home is where I live right now – Kingscliff, Northern NSW in Australia. I love this part of the world. Home is also a space within … it’s when I feel
All of my self care is based holistically. It all comes back to serving the mind/body/spirit, so caring for the self in this way brings us back to our centre. It becomes a natural way
Home is a concept I’m still discovering. I moved around a lot as child so I tend to put ‘home’ into people more than places. Slow days with my best friends are home for me.
Home is Santa Monica, CA. My mother was in the consciousness world ever since I was a child. So I pretty much grew up knowing that there was a higher consciousness available to everyone. I
Where is home for you? Home is currently living out of a bag and being somewhat of a nomad as we renovate our new house. Hopefully by June, home will be a small semi-detached house