This chapter focuses on a wider research project that attempted to trace the formation of some elements of the new geographies on the ground, taking Brighton and Hove as a case study for the emergence of an 'everyday urban spiritual' landscape. It also focuses on extracts from diaries completed by research participants which offer an understanding of spiritual practices as constituted by the broader contexts within which they are pursued. The chapter contributes to wider debates emerging in response to the growth and proliferation of the spiritual sector, as well as to the small body of geographical work on spiritualities. It draws on accounts offered of how individuals manage to integrate 'spiritual practices' into their everyday lives, attempts to address spiritualities as contextual and embedded through a focus on the inner life of participants. The chapter focuses on the diaries of two participants – diarist 9 and diarist 11 – permitting in-depth focus homing in at the grain of individual experiences.