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Spiritual practice, as understood by Bayo Akomolafe, is not merely a sequence of rituals or a checklist of meditative acts, but an invitation to weave one's existence through the tapestry of life's ineffable mystery. It is a deep attunement to the entangling threads of human experience, nature, and the cosmos, where one engages in a participatory dance with the sacred and the profane. Here, spiritual practice becomes an act of vulnerability, a radical intimacy with the ordinary and the extraordinary, allowing oneself to be reshaped by the whispers of ancestral wisdom and the silent teachings of the world around us. It dissolves the boundaries between the self and the other, beckoning us into a communal space of profound transformation and co-becoming with all beings.

See also: spiritual direction, sacred activism, intergenerational trauma, post activism, claiming sanctuary

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