Full of mystery and wonder, exploring the megalithic structure of Stonehenge is incredibly re-energising for the soul.
You’re probably wondering why I’ve stated how re-energising it is for the soul, when visiting Stonehenge. Well, I can’t speak on behalf of anyone else who has visited this ancient wonder. But I will share with you how I felt, both times I visited Stonehenge. I’ll try not too blab on too much about it, as i have some great photos to show you, which I would much rather share with you.
Whether it was built by an ancient race of Brits, or by something (someone) else, whatever the theory you chose to believe, when it comes to who built this megalithic wonder, there is no denying you feel a certain charge of energy when taking a stroll across the grounds in which it stands.
I have been twice to visit Stonehenge, and both times I have left feeling re-energised and revitalised after leaving. I’ve only really shared this with my dad and my partner, but when visiting Stonehenge, I have felt a certain charge of electricity in the air surrounding the ancient stones.
Of course, both my dad and partner have told me it’s probably self made energy of awareness, knowing you are standing next to something so ancient and so old. And yes, that does make some sort of sense. However, I would have thought you would only feel this the first time you went, not for the second as well.
The energy seems to pass over the hills in which Stonehenge has been built, and you feel it charge through the air with the cold wind that passes over the green fields.
Is this why the stones were put here in the first place? Maybe it’s science, maybe it’s something else. Either way, Stonehenge truly is a place of mystery and wonder.