My perception of Burning Man changed forever after I saw this

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  1. I would love to experience just a little bit of Burning Man. I think it is probably too intense for me on many different levels for a long period of time. Thanks for posting this and thanks for following my blog Muse-ings.

  2. I am not personally comfortable in environments like The Oregon Country Fair and would probably never go to Burning Man (but if my boyfriend wanted to that’s fine–he’s more in tune with things like that than I am), but that was a beautiful film and I think that everything that was said about not having a place to go or connect spiritually was right. I’ve known people to do this individually or as a small group, write things down on a piece of paper and then when everyone is finished to burn them one at a time. It was incredible how much was written, all the offerings. I can imagine it being amazingly cathartic. I didn’t know about that aspect of it. I knew about burning the Burning Man, but nothing about The Temple. Thank you. Sorry, I tend to get a little wordy. It was very moving, and then I’m not entirely sure how to put what I feel into the right words.

    • We agree on the part about not having a place to go or connect spiritually. But it is still in us all. You can’t bury the mystery of something deeper with all the distractions and gadgets in the world. But it is a part of us. Thanks so much for your comments – hope to see more of you. Blessings.