30 Days of Druidry

Alison Leigh Lilly posted about a “30 Days of Druidry” meme and it seemed like an interesting way to reflect on my chosen path.  It could also be a nice way to further familiarize or even introduce non-Druids to what I do.  I have several friends and family who follow my blog and are often curious about what it is I practice.  The way it works is simple, as Lilly wrote:

This meme is based loosely on the “30 Days of Paganism” meme that was making its way around the blogosphere last year. How it works is simple: each day, write about your thoughts and experiences on how the day’s topic fits into your spiritual tradition or path. You can use the day’s topic as a jumping-off point for creative writing, or take a more straight-forward approach by writing essays or journal entries.

The topics will be as follows:

  1. Why Druidry?
  2. Foundations: Cosmology
  3. Foundations: Nature and Earth
  4. Foundations: The Three Realms
  5. Foundations: The Elements
  6. Foundations: Altar, Grove and Nemeton
  7. Foundations: Day-to-Day Practice
  8. Relationships: Gods/Deities and Spirit
  9. Relationships: The Ancestors
  10. Relationships: Spirits of the Land
  11. Relationships: Ritual and Worship
  12. Relationships: The Fire Festivals
  13. Relationships: The Solar Festivals
  14. Relationships: Rites of Passage
  15. Inspirations: Awen and Creativity
  16. Inspirations: Prayer and Meditation
  17. Inspirations: Storytelling and Myth
  18. Inspirations: Music, Poetry and Aesthetics
  19. Inspirations: Ethics, Virtues and Values
  20. Inspirations: Divination and Magic
  21. Inspirations: Mysticism and Philosophy
  22. Everyday Life: Druidry and Family Life
  23. Everyday Life: Druidry and Romance
  24. Everyday Life: Druidry and Work/Career
  25. Everyday Life: Conservation and Environmentalism
  26. Everyday Life: Druidry and Community
  27. Everyday Life: Peace and Social Justice
  28. Everyday Life: A Life in the Day of a Druid
  29. The Future of Druidry
  30. Advice to the Seeker
Let’s begin!

Published by M. A. Phillips

An author and Druid living in Northern NY.

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