Echo ( your Blog writer)has very few serene places she can go to meditate. Her meditation practice is usually constricted to the privacy of her own room. In college she was able to take Mystical and meditation classes and enjoy having a group to meditate with. Now, with no meditation centers in her town, she is currently without group support.
Sicily Heartsdale, on the other hand, can go to Mystical Academy to learn about integral yoga, being Indigo, meditation, tarot, Wicca and so much more. She can also fly ( not in an airplane) to Owo kun island where she can go on a shamanic journey and meditate around an ocean filled with fish and dolphins.
While Echo has no means to leave Chicagoland, Sicily who is a less than two weeks years old was African dancing in Africa only a few days and took a boat ride in italy.
If you haven’t realized that Sicily is my virtual identity than you are probably not a Second lifer. If You are a SL resident than you already know that there are limitless and amazing experiences to be had in the virtual realm. If you are not familiar with the program Second Life – it is a virtual world created by its residents ( players).
Now I know you are wondering: what Second life has to do with spirituality? Well, it has nothing to do with it. Except that for some reason mystics seem to be drawn to Second life. Second life is filled with classes, events, resources , places and groups for us mystics. There are Pagan, Buddhist, Christian and Yogi groups( I have never meditated more because there are so many virtual meditation classes). There are Witch malls, Temples and places for spiritual activism. In fact two days ago in SL, I was at a Burma event and there was aspeaker from Amnesty International!
As if were the astral plane itself, the options are seemly endless in the virtual world. So, I recommend it for anyone who wants to gather with people of like spiritual minds.
I will be creating a page soon with my Second Life recommendations…
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