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Re-journalling

I’m bad at journalling. This is the modern term for what used to be called “keeping a diary”. No, not the sort that records future appointments, the sort that records how you were thinking about the day. 146 more words

Self

The Heroine's Journey

This post is prompted by two things: First, I heard Elizabeth Gilbert say, in an interview, that according to Joseph Campbell there was no such thing as a heroine’s journey, because the heroi…

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Druidry

The Modern Day Druidess: A Book Review

The Modern Day Druidess:

Discover Ancient Wisdom, Prophetic Power, and Healing Arts

by Cassandra Eason

This was my first book by Eason, and I had high hopes.   337 more words

Summer break

On Tuesday I worked my last day of Summer term and I will not go back until September 5th, nearly 7 weeks of freedom!


So far the weather has been scorching, unbearably so at times. 158 more words

Druidry

Seeing with a Glittering Eye

The inspirational email from OBOD for this week reads:

And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places.

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Druidry

Celtic Thought For The Day #11: Better, Together!

I have a theory. If you want to be successful, hang around successful people. If you want to be clever, hang out where clever people go. 182 more words

Spirituality

Paganism and Politics

I haven’t really been following the Pagan blogosphere as much as usual lately, which to be honest has been good for my sanity and good for my Druidry as I’ve been able to focus instead on daily practice. 1,010 more words

Druidry