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Retreats, Shoes, Grounding and the Risks of Meditation

May 7th, 2024

A big thank you to my friends above for saying Yes! to being in this thumbnail photo. We survived! We were on a pilgrimage with the British Pilgrimage Trust. We were staying at Broughton Sanctuary which hosts retreats (and before that at Stapleford Park for a Beltane celebration). I mention the amazing grounding ‘Pilgrim’ shoes which were given to us by Vivo Barefoot, and I mentioned ‘The Retreat‘ – the Financial Times podcast on the dangers of certain retreats. I also mentioned the work of Dr Willoughby Britton. See her current project here.

Festival Blessings!

May 1st, 2024

Image by Enys Gardens, Cornwall

Wishing you all a very magical Beltane and Samhain! May you blossom freely; may you let go lightly! /|\

Peace is Tough

April 30th, 2024

“Peace is tough” was one of artist Jamie Reid’s favourite sayings: it’s not easy to make it happen in this world! This is why I invited RoMa Johnson to talk about her ideas for how we can work with peace in this very non-peaceful world we find ourselves in:

Nature & Spirituality in Clare Ormerod’s Art

April 6th, 2024

At the College of Psychic Studies in South Kensington, London. Don’t miss this fascinating in-person panel discussion exploring themes of art, nature and spirituality through the lenses of Druidry and the divine feminine. This in-person panel, chaired by Rachel Thomas, Chief Curator at London’s Hayward Gallery, will be attended by Philip Carr-Gomm, writer, psychologist, former Chosen Chief of The Order of Bards Ovates and Druids, and Clare Ormerod, artist, whose exhibition ‘Seeing Beyond the Veil’ is showing at the College until 30 July 2024.

They will be discussing the universal themes of art, nature and spirituality, and the magical way in which they are interlinked and all-pervasive, from the divine feminine to the cornerstones of Druidic belief and practice.This special in-person event at the College is a rare opportunity to hear from a very diverse panel with unique perspectives and experience. It will be interesting and informative in equal measure – not to be missed! 6-7pm 16 May. Free entry. Pre-booking required.