Naturism,Nudity and Christianity!

Does being a Christian conform with being a naturist? Well, I am both and see no conflict in being both naked and praying and conforming with the responsiblities of my faith! Here a naturist vicar shares his thoughts in this very lucid article:-

http://www.theurbannudist.com/2013/05/07/nudity-and-faith-the-naturist-vicar/  

I say my prayers as I was made – in my skin and here I am at my morning prayers, praying for peace in this world and harmony between all people whether clothed or not!

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Born To Bare?

After my own heart!

Nakedrockchick's Blog

There are lots of taboos in life, nudity being one of them.  Until last spring I would have said it was taboo for me too.  Nudity was always seen as something to be ashamed of unless you had the ‘perfect body’ or something to keep behind closed doors, only for your partner to see.  This changed for me when I met the man who changed my life, he confided in me about how he used to visit the occasional naturist beach in his past or how when the sun was shining he liked to get naked in the garden, and although not shocked by this I was somewhat put off by the idea of trying it myself. After many discussions on the subject I was persuaded to visit our local naturist beach, St Osyth last June, and nervously stripped off on our arrival….and to be honest I’ve not looked back, it…

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Have a Naturist Break!

Clothes are optional

This seems like a good opportunity for groups of minimum 18-20 people.

The proprietor of the Cross Keys Hotel writes:

We have recently hosted a weekend break for 20 naturists at the Hotel and, as it was so successful – despite the rain stopping a planned walk and a clothed day out into Castle Douglas was substituted – we would like to host more.  These two day breaks must have at least 18/20 people as we close the Hotel/Bar/Restaurant (and the curtains) to the general public – with only invited guests allowed.

If anybody is interested in organising breaks – please contact me at enquiries@thecrosskeys-newgalloway.co.uk ,  web site  www.thecrosskeys-newgalloway.co.uk

Their web site says about the area:

The area around the New Galloway and the Cross Keys Hotel is known as The Glenkens which is a unique area of natural beauty with endless activities, things to see and  do and a must for anyone…

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