Contemporary Druidry

The Art of Journeying

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The Art of Journeying: even Scientists go on a Journey. A paper which explores the sacred journey that might relate to in the 21st century and have some bearing on Druidry past and present.

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Native American Yupik Masks

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Druids?

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Druidic Dawn Storyteller Andy, shares some thoughts on Druids.

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BDO History

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The British Druid Order share their history of the Order, with the Druidic Dawn Community.

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Into the Well of Beauty

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'Into the Well of Beauty' deals with the concepts of the sacred within Celtic Spirituality. Its blending with past cultures within Ireland and its manifestation through Deities and the Sacred World.

Wild Earth, Wild Mind

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'Wild Earth, Wild Mind' explores, through an inter disciplinary study of relationships between the story, the land, and nature, its psychology and ecopsychology and the soul of a human being, connected to the Irish cultural tradition.

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Soul of the Body, Soul of the World

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Exploring the individual concept of the Soul from a micro level, with its interaction on the macro, or wider world. Assisted by using Gaelic or Irelands ancient or ancestry concepts and themes of the natural and otherworld.

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The Song of the Earth

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'Song of the Earth' is an exploration into the 'Healing Power of Music'. This article explores the inter-relationship of the earth described in mythology, combined with music, connected to the individual Soul. Music is likely to be seen as a shamanic tool, which could lead to personal neurological experiences of the otherworld.

A very thought provoking paper, Admin.

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Druids and Landscape Tagged?

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A muse on humans relationship with the landscape, together with the unfolding of space, as a way it might be used as a tranformational process. At the same time drawing in various disciplines of thought from scholars. The indvidual understanding and perspective of the author is shared here with the Druidic community.

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