Sacred space

A sacred Circle is a sacred space. It is popular in Occultism and Wicca, but is a significant and potent spiritual practice that should be practiced freely and often. Traditionally a circle or sphere of space marked out by practitioners in rituals, which they generally believe will contain energy and form a sacred space, or will provide them a form of magical protection, or both. It may be marked physically, drawn in salt or chalk, for example, or merely visualised. Its spiritual significance can be likened to that of mandala and yantra. There are many published techniques for casting a circle, and many groups and individuals have their own unique methods. The common feature of these practices is that a boundary is traced around the working area. A circle is typically nine feet in diameter, but can be any size.

In Ajah the circle is not drawn on the ground nor is strictly a “circle” the Ajah Tribes use the circle ritual to consecrate any space (circle or not) as a temporary temple, where one should do various sadhana… it is in Ajah Dharma in the form of the Ajah opening rite… it attracts “good” energies, and create the duality of pure and impure, as all negativity is banished from this space.

The beautiful thing about the circle is it is a ritual that can be done any were at any time.

read: Ajah opening rite

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