For this week’s Three Things Thursday, I want to pass on some courses you may be interested in. I’ve selected these for affordability, to show support for community members, and to pass on classes that my readers in the Pagan community may be interested in pursuing. For Those Seeking Authentic Irish Lore and Spirituality: IrishContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Three Affordable Courses to Explore During Quarantine”
If you haven’t read Sara Ann Lawless’ latest, revealing post, you really must. It’s called “So Long, and Thanks for All the Abuse: A History of Sexual Trauma in the Pagan Community.” It’s long, raw, and has the potential to trigger. If you are up to reading it, I highly recommend it out of necessity.Continue reading “Macha Calls”
I recently watched a documentary called “When the Iron Bird Flies: Tibetan Buddhism Arrives in the West.” It was both informative and inspirational. Although Druidism, largely informed by Gaelic Polytheism, is my spiritual home, Buddhism has always interested me. I often find myself watching documentaries about it and reading about it when I can (although I remainContinue reading “What is Central to Druidism and How Buddhism Helped me Reflect”
First of all, I’m very excited to announce that the North Country Druidic Study Group has been welcomed to perform our High Day rituals at the Kripalu Yoga Center here in Northern NY! They have a lovely little stone circle with a fire pit that is just perfect for us. What’s more, they have anContinue reading “Building Community: The Necessary but Annoying Business End”
If you’ve been reading my blog for the past year, you know I’ve been working towards building an ADF Druidic community here in the North Country. It started in June with a “coffee hour,” and progressed into a few study group meetings – the first in Watertown and the second in Carthage. Our Facebook groupContinue reading “The Druidic Study Group Moves Toward Ritual”
I haven’t written about the North Country Druidic Study Group in awhile. We had our third meeting last weekend and it was very successful! There were less people than the second meeting, but many had family obligations which is understandable – especially in the summer when everyone wants to visit and have fun! We haveContinue reading “Making Community – Forming a Pack”
I love my Druidic community. ADF is full of so many talented, intelligent, and helpful people. The number of groves and members grows meaning there is potentially someone to celebrate with no matter where you go. I love gathering with like-minded people in fellowship for celebration and learning. It can be lonely without community. One’sContinue reading “What’s Important”
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