Druid Rituals For Dummies
I’ve written a great deal about my daily practice on this blog. There have been periods of prolonged drought, periods of genuine doubt, and times when I felt like my daily practice was all that was keeping me invested in my Druidism. In my ADF Dedicant studies (which will be a central focus for me […]
Turning Over The Earth
The Spring comes, and my life transforms. It seems to be almost as reliable as the coming of the Cottonwood snow. It happens every year, this pull towards the world; this letting go of Winter’s introspection.
April Tumult & the Birth of New Myth
April was a month of great change and upheaval. Perhaps I’ve been holding on to Winter, and all that it represents, and the Gods would have no more of it. Or, it could be the result of cosmic forces; a planet gone retrograde, or some other unseen spirit. I cannot say. All I know is […]
I Think I Saw A Goddess
In front of me stood a large tree, next to which was a stone well (not unlike the one I’d seen at the holy site in County Kildare). Between these two sat a third.
At the moment of surrender, when all seemed lost, I experienced a new kind of connection to the Gods. It’s what the Druids call, “Ghosti”.
A Beautiful Noise
This mashup of religious expression is coming from a sincere place, and I believe sincerity to be the most important ingredient in one’s religious life.
On Meditation and Devotion: Weeks 5 & 6
My daily devotional and my periodic, but often powerful meditative work, have become a central part of my life. For this reason, I feel blessed.
On Meditation and Devotion: Week 4
The second in a series of posts that serve to summarize my daily experiences during meditation and devotional rituals.
Advice From The Otherworld
An unannounced visit from a relative can be jarring. Especially when they’re dead.