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How Druidry Can Help Us in the Winter

February 24th, 2020

In this tea session I talk about the three Druid winter festivals and how they can help us deepen our experience of Winter. Rather than just sensing experiences and events as ‘good’ or ‘bad’, we can develop a more nuanced and deeper experience of life.

I read from the beautiful new book by Katherine May Wintering.

2 Responses to “How Druidry Can Help Us in the Winter”

  1. Greetings Philip. Yes, Alban Arthan always brings joy, as I realize that from then on, days will be longer & Spring is on the way. Imbolc is wonderful too, as I see & sense the first stirrings of Spring. These celebrations & ‘markers of time through winter,’ help me move along more merrily, with something to look forward to on cold, snowy days. Watching the snow fall from inside (with a warm fire & a cup of tea), can be delightful too! Bright Blessings on your journey towards Alban Eilir. /|\

  2. You’ve inspired me to purchase three books, now, Philip–no, make that four, I forgot your Sacred Places in addition to the Book of English Magic. I have this one, WIntering, and Armchair Pilgrimages by my couch, and perfect timing, too. Here in the US, as elsewhere in the world, we are being encouraged to social distancing, self-isolation, if not outright quarantine. Thanks to you and a rather active imagination…and your course in magic, to which I’ve just enrolled…I expect to come out the other side enlightened and delighted. Thank you.

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