Kacey Musgraves Shines Bright—Literally—With LED Lights Threaded Into Her Hair – E! NEWS
“The Sika Deer and Buddhist Temple (built in 752) of the indescribably special town of Nara,” she captioned her Aug. 28 post. “I definitely got emotional here. The dedication to beauty and belief and overwhelming gratitude for the life I get to experience really hit me.”
In a separate post, she detailed her transformative experience at the Fushimi Inari-taisha, the head shrine of the kami Inari in Kyoto.
“We left our wish on the gate of the shrine and climbed the mountain, ascending further into the sweltering humidity,” she wrote. “This unspoiled, sacred place on earth I will never forget – ‘thousand gates.’ [That night, Cole and I both had very symbolic, realistic dreams weirdly pertaining exactly to what we each wrote down.”
She continued, “We hadn’t been talking about it before going to sleep or anything. Maybe coincidence ~ maybe not.”