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Feeling the Burn as Seed brings it home

[bra_dropcaps style=’dropcap2′]L[/bra_dropcaps]ast month we posted about Christina Broza, a 50-year-old American ex-war vet now turned keen Burner, who shared her playa transformation story with us. But you don’t have to travel all the way to Nevada to experience those special moments at a Burn or feel the reverberations in your life after it’s finished.

Our 2014 census has revealed that many of you are feeling the same way about Seed, with stories of connection, authenticity, spiritual moments, hope, joy and… yes… what we would call life-changing experiences. We’ve collected a few of these tales in a diary for you to enjoy and, perhaps, empathise with. (For those crusties and snarkies amongst us, consider it an opportunity to reacquaint yourself with your softer side —  god/goddess/pick-your-deity forbid.)

This diary highlights yet again that Seed is much more than just a party or any ol’ festival. It is a space and place that has become our own petri-dish of possibility: add a little of this, a dash of that, a load more of them, shake and watch what happens.

Got a story to tell? Share it with us below in the comments section. [responsive-flipbook id=”imagine:nation_diary”]

 

 

 

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