Geomantic Design - Western Geomancy
What do a circle chalked on your living room carpet, a labyrinth, the ring of stones at Stonehenge, the interior of a Gothic cathedral and the passage cairn of Newgrange have in common? They are all examples of sacred space. Sacred spaces are where we go to step outside of our normal everyday lives. Places where we can be alone to commune with the Divine, or gather together in groups for ceremony and ritual. They are places where our connection with the spiritual is enhanced; places that inspire us or induce a sense of wonder or awe, places that we can use for retreat, meditation, self-renewal and spiritual advancement.