“Brigid: History, Mystery, and Magick of the Celtic Goddess” – A Review

This post has been on my to-do list forever.  Those who have followed me for awhile know that I haven’t been updating as regularly.  Blame motherhood.  Thank goodness for spring break! First, a disclaimer – I did not buy this book.  I won this directly from the author as part of a publication giveaway!  IContinue reading ““Brigid: History, Mystery, and Magick of the Celtic Goddess” – A Review”

Druid Movie Night: “A Letter to Momo”

  Many of my favorite anime titles involve spiritual elements.  The Hayao Miyazaki films, such as My Neighbor Tototor and Princess Mononoke, were greatly inspired by animistic beliefs native to Japan.  The interaction between the human and spirit world are important elements to the stories, and I find a lot to compare to Druidism – oldContinue reading “Druid Movie Night: “A Letter to Momo””

“The Celts” – A Review

A grovie recently brought a documentary on Hulu to my attention.  It’s called “The Celts” and you’re able to watch it free online!  With six fifty minute episodes, I decided to give it a go while marathon nursing my little one (growth spurt, I guess?).  Narrated by John Morgan, it spans Celtic history from thatContinue reading ““The Celts” – A Review”

Sharing the Autumn Equinox and Natural Awareness with Children

  Red Leaf,Yellow Leaf: Lois Ehlert: 9780152661977: Amazon.com: Books. Although the rain in the North Country may make it feel more like April than the Autumn Equinox, signs of the season are all around us. If you have children in your life – be they your own or young grovelings – you should consider addingContinue reading “Sharing the Autumn Equinox and Natural Awareness with Children”