Sacred Space (Book)

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320 pages
Ballatine; December 26, 1995
.65 LBS
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"Our homes are mirrors of ourselves. Through them we can interface with the universe."

Everything in the universe is composed of constantly changing energy, including your home and its contents. This energy can profoundly influence your ability to be healthy, loving, creative and abundant. By clearing and enhancing this energy you can transform your home into a sanctuary which radiates positive energy in ever-expanding circles. In this fascinating and unusual book, Denise Linn shows you how you can dramatically change your life by changing the environment in your home or office. She combines information from her own Native American heritage with material she has personally collected from native traditions around the world to bring you practical, easy-to-use exercises for balancing the physical, emotional and spiritual energies in your home.

Included, how to:

  • Diagnose and solve problems with stagnant home energies.
  • Use sacred sound, spirit smoke, mystic symbols and purifying fire for clearing home energy.
  • Discover the personal numerology of your home.
  • Use the ancient art of Feng Shui for the placement of objects in your home.
  • Call house angels and totems as home protectors.
  • Use rituals to rid your home of unwanted spirits.
  • Instantly uplift the energy in your home.

Your home can resonate, sing and pulse with Light energy that can touch the lives of everyone around you. Your home can become Sacred Space.

Denise Linn's personal journey began as a result of a near-death experience at age 17. Her life-changing experiences and remarkable recovery set her on a spiritual quest that led her to explore the healing traditions of many cultures, including those of her own Cherokee ancestors, the Aborigines in the Australian bush, and the Zulus in Bophuthatswana. She trained with a Hawaiian kahuna (shaman), and Reiki Master Hawayo Takata. She was also adopted into a New Zealand Maori tribe. In addition, Denise lived in a Zen Buddhist monastery for more than two years.
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