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Finding Druids

Where are Druids found?

Always at the central heart

of the seven laws.


Apropos: new beginnings

When I first dedicated myself to the path of Nature, I did two things: I bought a seedling white oak, and I bought a braided silver ring. 336 more words


Death and Dying

Autumn is undoubtedly my favorite season. It is also a melancholy one. Harvest time is like one last great orgasm before the little death of Winter. 516 more words


Daily Meditation

Meditation is a very important part of my spiritual path. I remember when I was a student with Bobcat (Emma Restall Orr) back in 2007, and the amount of meditation that she suggested was the… 649 more words



Following the publication of ‘Contemplative Druidry’* I have been working on a residential retreat programme.  It is likely that three of us from the Gloucestershire group (discussed in the book) will be offering a pilot next April, sponsored by OBOD (the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids).  215 more words


A year ago this was forested land used by many species of wildlife. What exactly was preserved?


And so the journal begins ....

…. but the journey itself began so long ago.

Greetings, and welcome to Taken Root! This journal, like so many other journals of its kind, is meant to present many of my thoughts, experiences and ideas regarding Druidry to anyone interested enough to type the word, “Druid,” into whichever search engine may have led them to this digital abode. 115 more words