I’ve written before in this blog about those sacred spaces which are known in Ancient Celtic terms as thin places.
These are places where you are led to believe that the veil between the visible and the invisible worlds is thin. They don’t have to be obviously religious places. In fact once I read of someone who had a religious experience whilst crossing London Bridge in the rush hour. For that person, London Bridge became a thin place.
A thin place may be any place where you have new or happy or inspirational thoughts. And one of my most popular topics on this blog is places I love.
But quite often, probably because our ability to tune into spiritual inspiration is hindered by stress, anxiety, tension and so on, our thin places are literally places of tranquillity…
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